Academics

While HBCU campuses are renowned for historic buildings and grounds, many administrations face what can be a daunting task: improving and modernizing facilities that were built more than a century ago to ensure they are ready for the next generations—Z and beyond. It can also be a great challenge for HBCUs to allocate the funding to implement the capital and energy improvements that will ultimately reduce operating expenses and address deferred maintenance. But, with new times there are new ways to not only modernize your campus, but to also equip your students for future careers. 

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Intro to HBCU Energy Management

While HBCU campuses are renowned for historic buildings and grounds, many administrations face what can be a daunting task: improving and modernizing facilities that were built more than a century ago to ensure they are ready for the next generations—Z and beyond.

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Morgan State University (Case Study)

Morgan State University is a public historically black (HBCU) research university serving an average of 7,700 students. In 2020, Siemens was selected to enter into a Master Service Agreement to deliver cost e ective energy savings and generation solutions at the Morgan State University campus.

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Energy Performance Contracting for HBCU's

An Energy Performance Contract (EPC) allows historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) to accomplish energy savings projects without up-front capital costs. An EPC is a partnership between a college or university system and an energy service company (ESCO).