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Oct 10,2012

The principle of using everything in moderation can be wisely applied to Penn's thirst for...Read more »

Oct 10,2012

Following approval in the Spring by Penn's Board of Trustees, the University has sold $300...Read more »

Aug 22,2012

Since 2007, when Penn became the first Ivy League university to sign the American College and University President's Climate Commitment, Penn has been dedicated to promoting initiatives and...Read more »

Jan 12,2012

The Penn Ice Rink was awarded a grant from Penn's Green Fund for the installation of a water density system that will reduce the rink's energy usage and provide an improved ice product to...Read more »

Dec 15,2011

Congratulations to the Quad College Houses (Fisher Hassenfeld, Riepe, and Ware) and the Franklin Building for their victories in this fall's Power Down Challenge, a three-week energy conservation...Read more »

Oct 10,2011

Penn Facilities and Real Estate Services has begun upgrading approximately 500 existing campus walkway lights to use LED (light-emitting diode) bulbs and new higher efficiency ballasts. The...Read more »

Aug 9,2011

Although we’re nearing the end of the summer, the heat is still on in the Philadelphia region. Here are some actions you can take that will help conserve energy on campus and cut the cost of your...Read more »

Apr 6,2011

Following a recently completed a multi-million dollar renovation designed to modernize the property’s 238 guest rooms and suites, The Hilton Inn at Penn was awarded a $100,000 energy improvement...Read more »

Jan 20,2011

As Penn students headed off for winter break this December, many took the pledge to turn down, turn off, or unplug appliances in their rooms. Turns out they did more than pledge; their efforts...Read more »

Jan 20,2011

Penn Facilities and Real Estate Services has announced the selection of several Energy Reduction Fund projects that are currently being implemented across the campus. The Energy Reduction Fund,...Read more »

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As of November 2014, 80 offices on Penn’s campus have completed the Green Office Certification program.

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