Energy Partnership Brings New Sustainability and Educational Opportunities to Campus
The Comprehensive Energy Management Project has been the talk of campus since the university announced 50-year public-private partnership in April.
ENGIE North America and Axium Infrastructure, both leaders in energy services and sustainability, created Ohio State Energy Partners (OSEP) to serve Ohio State’s energy needs. ENGIE Services will operate the university’s power, heating and cooling systems. It also aims to install energy conservation measures with the goal of reducing the campus’ total energy consumption per square foot by 25 percent in 10 years within a $250 million budget.