December 08, 2017

National Catholic Reporter’s Campus Notebook published a brief on the University’s energy project.

... The Catholic University of America has begun upgrades to their energy system, according to a Dec. 2 report by The Tower, the university's student newspaper.

"The project aims to replace heating and cooling systems in the University, reduce energy consumption, and better allow for future repairs and maintenance that will not disrupt campus life," The Tower's report says. The first phase, now underway, involves the installation of a new underground piping system to deliver utilities to buildings on the university campus.

The university says that the new project will reduce its natural gas consumption by 17 percent annually. ...

Read more in the National Catholic Reporter