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CSUN not leading CSU energy efficiency, still committing to green

More than 2,800 165-watt solar panels cover this faculty lot on the southwest side of campus to help contribute to more than $140,000 annually in energy costs and give shade to parked cars. Photo Credit: Andres Aguila / Daily Sundial

Braulio Campos

September 6, 2011

Despite recently losing its No.1 spot for energy efficiency to CSU San Bernardino, CSUN still has big plans for its efforts to stay green, according to school officials. “Sustainability is a large commitment to the CSU system,” Elizabeth Chapin, spokesperson for the University Chancellor's Office, ...

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