California State University, San Bernardino

California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB) has actively implemented energy conservation measures in its facilities since 1990, reducing BTUs per GSF by over 30% and serving as a model for retrofit engineering in central HVAC systems, consistently maintaining a cooling Delta T of over 30 degrees Fahrenheit. As a member of the largest university system in the nation, and with campuses located in the Inland Empire and Palm Desert of Southern California, CSUSB is strategically situated to support clean and renewable energy solutions, including on-site photovoltaic power generation and a Southern California fuel cell cogeneration power plant.


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