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Radford University, as a signatory of the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment, is working towards educating and motivating the university community on its ultimate goal of climate neutrality.

Energy consumption on residential campuses accounts for a significant amount of the total electricity and water usage as well as the associated Greenhouse Gases (GHGs).

Last year, when it came time to replace a chiller, consistent with its commitment to sustainability, the university looked to conserve resources, both financial and environmental. The chiller in Preston Hall was replaced with a 215 ton magnetic bearing chiller, a unique approach that has attracted the attention of the Commonwealth’s higher education community.

The system has many benefits when compared to a conventional, variable-speed chiller, including reduced electrical consumption and demand, fewer maintenance requirements, and operational redundancies when mechanical failures do arise. The chiller, which cools four buildings, achieved a savings of $20,000 in just the first 2.5 months of operation, as well as a reduction of more than 100,000 kWh, the equivalent of approximately 145,000 pounds of CO2 emissions.

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