Energy Management oversees MU’s district-energy system, which provides utility services to more than 15 million square feet of facilities including hospitals and clinics, a research reactor, research facilities, laboratories, academic buildings, residential halls, dining facilities, recreational and athletic facilities, computing centers and administrative buildings. Utility services include steam, electricity, drinking water, chilled water, utility distribution, insulation services, energy automation and commissioning, energy conservation, and off-campus utility coordination.
The University of Missouri (MU) was recognized in 2017 as a national leader in the development and use of renewable energy by EPA's Green Power Partnership.The MU campus now uses 40% of its energy from a renewable portfolio of biomass, wind and solar!
Mizzou's energy system named the International District Energy Association's System of the Year for 2017!
The International District Energy Association presented MU with its System of the Year Award, the highest honor the organization confers on a district energy system at their annual conference on June 28th. MU is one of only four universities to receive this prestigious award and the only university to be recognized as the organization's System of the Year twice, first in 2004 and now in 2017MU video journalism student, Suzy La Bel, achieved national recognition by the International District Energy Association with her video highlighting Mizzou's district energy system. Watch her award winning video.
Energy Management Mission: Provide reliable, cost-efficient and sustainable energy services to the MU campus to support its mission of teaching, research, service and economic development.