Video: Penn Staters can reduce energy consumption through simple acts

Curt Parker
September 15, 2009

Energy costs are on people's minds at Penn State. The University spends about $2 million per month for electrical services at University Park alone. As classes start and winter approaches, energy use naturally goes up. Combine that fact with the expectation of increasing fuel prices and it doesn't take long to see why this issue is a priority. Mobile journalist Britany Gallagher looks at some of the ideas and plans Penn State's Office of Physical Plant has come up with to guide employees and students toward conserving resources.

Watch the video here.

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