Case Study 3: Energy Management and Control Systems at Princeton University
Princeton University has grown through the years to the point where it now includes two campus locations; a main campus and the Forrestal campus located approximately five miles away. The University has six million square feet of building floor space in 186 buildings ranging in character from single family homes converted to dormitories up to sophisticated genetic research laboratories. A large number of the laboratory and academic buildings were constructed in the early 1900s and have since been modified considerably including the addition of air conditioning and laboratory hoods.
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