University of Arkansas

In 2007, the University of Arkansas became one of the first institutions to institute the goal of carbon neutrality by signing the American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment. Since then, the University has reduced its greenhouse gas footprint by nearly 25% with a combination of sustainable building practices, energy efficiency upgrades, and sustainable commuter transportation options. Entegrity has had the privilege of performing regular work on campus for over a decade.

With the latest agreement with Entegrity, the University is taking further steps to reduce its expenses and carbon emissions through an expected combination of energy efficiency upgrades, renewable energy installations, and other facility improvements.

In the fall of 2018, the University of Arkansas utilized the Arkansas Energy Performance Contracting program administered by the Arkansas Energy Office (AEO) to interview and select Entegrity from an AEO qualified list of providers. With this project, the University placed an emphasis on addressing items from measured savings with payback periods under ten years. Over the course of the investment grade audit, Entegrity collaborated with administration to narrow down the scope of work, arrange financing, and seek approval from the University of Arkansas Board of Trustees. In addition to the energy efficiency piece, the division of agriculture recently agreed to a 3MW solar services agreement.

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Fayetteville, AR
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LED Lighting, Commissioning, Retro-Commissioning, HVAC, Solar

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