Energy management strives to maintain optimal heating, cooling, lighting and electrical requirements for the campus in the most cost-effective manner possible — eliminating and reducing wasted energy consumption — and develop a sustainable future as part of Missouri State's Public Affairs Mission.
- Collect, analyze and report energy data.
- Promote MSU's energy management program with faculty, staff, and students.
- Monitor buildings and systems to ensure efficient operation.
- Provide technical review of campus construction projects to ensure energy efficiency.
- Review building occupancy patterns and develop schedules for spaces.
- Assess the potential of new energy efficiency technologies.
- Raise awareness with regards to energy conservation.
- Develop long term energy strategies to reduce energy consumption.
Solar Stop is a multi-faceted solar power system that provides a protective structure over the bike rack in front of Meyer Library, produces renewable energy for the campus and serves as an educational resource for the MSU campus community.
Every April, Missouri State hosts a campus-wide energy competition called Flip the Switch. Join your fellow bears in reducing energy consumption on campus and creating a more sustainable future!
Track campus energy usage by using the Energy Dashboard, which displays energy consumed in 15 minute increments and allows you to compare it to historical energy use.