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STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY CONTINUES TO REDUCE ENERGY CONSUMPTIONThe Stony Brook University Department of Energy Management has furthered its commitment to reducing energy usage on campus with an aggressive multi-tier project consisting of upgrades to heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) equipment, the addition of building sub-meters, and an exterior lighting retrofit.

STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY CONTINUES TO REDUCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION

The Stony Brook University Department of Energy Management has furthered its commitment to reducing energy usage on campus with an aggressive multi-tier project consisting of upgrades to heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) equipment, the addition of building sub-meters, and an exterior lighting retrofit.

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STONY BROOK PAVES THE WAY IN WATER CONSERVATIONStony Brook University, in partnership with National Grid, has completed the installation of new water-efficient aerators, showerheads and spray valves in various campus buildings. The project's aim is to help manage the University's current water usage and water heating costs through conservation efforts. 

STONY BROOK PAVES THE WAY IN WATER CONSERVATION

Stony Brook University, in partnership with National Grid, has completed the installation of new water-efficient aerators, showerheads and spray valves in various campus buildings. The project's aim is to help manage the University's current water usage and water heating costs through conservation efforts.  

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STONY BROOK PLANS FOR CONTINUED PLANTING SUCCESSStony Brook University's horticultural department has worked tirelessly throughout the winter to once again beautify the campus this Spring. The program was recognized by The Arbor Day Foundation as a Tree Campus USA for the 7th consecutive year, thanks to the dedication of its experienced staff.

STONY BROOK PLANS FOR CONTINUED PLANTING SUCCESS

Stony Brook University's horticultural department has worked tirelessly throughout the winter to once again beautify the campus this Spring. The program was recognized by The Arbor Day Foundation as a Tree Campus USA for the 7th consecutive year, thanks to the dedication of its experienced staff.

STONY BROOK PLANS FOR CONTINUED PLANTING SUCCESSStony B... Learn More