In FY15, the Retrocommissioning teams completed twelve buildings.
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In FY14, the Retrocommissioning teams completed ten buildings.
In FY13, Retrocommissioning was completed in three buildings.
IN FY12 Retrocommissioning completed eight more buildings.
In FY11, the Retrocommissioning teams completed eight buildings. The Facilities & Services Retrocommissioning Team at the University of Illinois received the 2011 Illinois Governor’s Sustainability Award at a ceremony on Thursday, October 27, 2011. Established in 1987, this award has been presented to both public and private organizations that have achieved significant progress on projects designed to protect the environment and improve sustainability within the State of Illinois.
The Fiscal Year 2010 Retrocommissioning efforts completed seven more buildings. This year, the Student Sustainability Committee also contributed to funding the RCx efforts for the Illini Union Bookstore.
During the second year of Retrocommissioning (RCx), a second team was added in January 2009. The motto was now "Saving the Planet Two Buildings at a Time." In this fiscal year, the RCx efforts completed seven buildings.
The Provost Fellow for Sustainability worked with the Associate Provost for Capital Space and Facilities regarding allocation of resources for Illinois Climate Action Plan objectives during FY17 and FY18. Physics Professor Scott Willenbrock is focusing on energy efficiency in campus buildings.
The main objective is to provide comprehensive scientific data and analysis to help our community on evaluating the potential of using ground source heat pump system in a large scale as part of campus green energy policy.
The 2015 iCAP, chapter 7, objective 3 is "Incorporate sustainability principles more fully into the Campus Master Plan." Campus F&S worked with the University Office of Capital Programs and Real Estate Services on updating the Campus Master Plan in 2017 and 2018, putting more emphasize on the Net Zero Growth Policy.