Energy Conservation

Energy Conservation



Reducing the University’s carbon emissions through efficient and responsible use of energy (and water), by promoting resource efficiency associated with day-to-day activities and new developments.



  • Develop, manage and reduce the University’s associated carbon footprint at a building level

  • Where appropriate, install energy saving technologies in new builds and major refurbishments

  • Work in partnership with the suppliers of energy efficient technologies on site to


Initiatives Undertaken

  • Notices by light switches to remind staff and students to save energy and to turn off unwanted lights

  • Turning off light after the completion of meetings/classes

  • Email notification to staff to ensure that all PCs and equipment are turned off during public holidays and long weekends

  • Replace traditional lighting with energy efficient LED and T5 fluorescent lighting in classrooms and offices

  • Incorporation motion detector lighting and timed lighting in halls and corridors

Last modified: Thursday, 8 December 2016, 10:53 AM