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KU Conservation Measures Paying Off

KU’s goal of reducing its energy and natural gas consumption has been met and continues to go down.

The 2016 KU Energy Office’s Fiscal Year report shows a savings of over $12,000 in natural gas costs.

Even with the new buildings on campus, like the DeBruce Center and Capitol Federal Hall, there was only a small increase in energy costs.

Overall, the 2016 utility bill is just around $12 million, making KU successful at meeting their original conservation goal.