Reducing its carbon footprint with solar power is only the latest step in Catholic University’s commitment to sustainability. The University’s efforts began in 2002 with the purchase of wind energy credits. In 2009, Opus Hall, the first new LEED-compliant student residence hall in Washington, D.C., was opened.“We commend the leadership, faculty and students of Catholic University of America for their impressive commitment to solar energy,” says Sanjiv Mahan, Vice President of Business Development for Washington Gas Energy Systems. “This long-term academic and private sector partnership exemplifies how renewable energy can help a campus reduce its carbon footprint and engage students in the advancement of new technologies. We are honored to be their partner and help them meet their sustainability goals.”
Catholic University, Washington Gas Energy Systems And Standard Solar To Dedicate D.C.’s Largest Solar Panel System
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