PowerSave Campus Program

Currently on 23 universities and employing over 100 interns each year, PowerSave Campus empowers college students to be tomorrow's energy efficiency leaders.

Overview:

The PowerSave Campus Program is a student-driven energy efficiency education program that promotes careers in the field, generates actual energy savings, increases awareness of the importance of energy efficiency, and encourages academic infusion of sustainability concepts.

Projects range from energy audits and assessments, residential and laboratory energy competitions, intern-led and faculty sponsored academic courses, green career fairs, and energy efficiency technology retrofits.

PowerSave Campus interns work closely with faculty, staff, administrators and other students to engage them in their projects, spearheading educational campaigns that involve the entire campus community.

Attribution Statement:

The Alliance to Save Energy's PowerSave Campus Program is funded by the ratepayers of California under the auspices of SCE, PG&E, and Sempra Energy.

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