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University of Utah

 

University of Utah

The University of Utah chose the best team and engineer,
Bill Burgoyne, for their pilot solar project and achieved
being a Leader. The S.J. Quinney Law building was
awarded a prestigious LEED Platinum designation by
the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). This project
facilitates the U of U goal of 20 percent of power by
renewable energy by 2025. You can do the same for
your business, organization, and university. They
increased savings, safety, and sustainability, with the
installation of solar.
LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and
Environment. LEED-certified spaces use less energy,
saves money for tax payers, businesses, and other
building owners; reduces carbon emissions, creates
jobs and establishes a healthier environment for
residents, workers and the larger community. The U of
U Law School building was the FIRST in the Western
United States to earn such a designation and believed
to be the SECOND law school in the country to
achieve the status.

 

University of Utah LEED Case Study