November 12th, 2010
By CSU San Marcos Communications
and CSU Public Affairs
The California State University’s commitment to sustainability is built on the foundation of efficient building design, construction, and operation of all 23 campuses. Innovative and dedicated CSU employees are essential to reducing the energy demands of the system’s 936 buildings and $130 million in annual utility costs.
Floyd Dudley II, the assistant director of Energy and Engineering Services at CSU San Marcos, is an example of this dedication to sustainability. For his role in reducing the university’s energy consumption, the Association of Energy Engineers recognized Dudley as the 2010 Young Energy Professional of the Year.
Below are a few examples of the efficiency projects that Dudley helped make a reality: More…