Carnegie Mellon University

Campus Energy Mix

Renewable Energy Progress

Carnegie Mellon University purchased 126,269,010 kWh of Wind power in the form of Renewable Electricity Credits (RECs), and generated 12,066 kWh of Solar power at 407 S. Craig Street, in 2017, which is the equivalent to 100% of the university's electricity requirements.

Renewable Energy 2017

Carnegie Mellon University purchases Renewable Electricty Credits (RECs) equivalent to 100% of the university's electricity requirements. 

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