UAH is one of Huntsville Utilities’ largest utilities customers and spends over $6.5 million dollars annually on utilities. Therefore, it is essential that the campus adopt an Energy Management Policy to promote the conservation of energy. This will result in savings that can be invested in University infrastructure upgrades in addition to conserving our natural resources. Although energy conservation is the focus, comfortable work and learning conditions must also be achieved. Facilities & Operations promotes a culture of sustainability and financial stewardship with strategies and projects that support energy conservation, cost reduction, and infrastructure improvement. The University’s energy management program is designed to reduce energy and water consumption along with operating and maintenance expenditures by the implementation of energy conservation projects. Facilities & Operations has university-wide responsibility for leading the effort to minimize energy use and for implementing the energy management program. The program seeks to both achieve energy savings and minimize the environmental impact of the University’s current and future operations. The energy management program at UAH is a comprehensive program that considers all opportunities for achieving energy savings. This includes: Development and implementation of Energy Management Strategy Implementation of energy-saving operations and maintenance procedures recommended in Energy Management Policy Utilization of an extensive university-wide building energy management system Commitment to modifying university-wide behavior to decrease energy consumption through Energy Resources and Sustainability Initiatives Provide a map of EV Charging Stations on campus. Learn More About Our LEED Silver Buildings SWIRLL Charger Village Charger Union Need to report a utility failure or submit a Facilities Service Request?