Texas State University Combats Tuition Hike with New Energy Strategy

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As college tuition dollars continue to rise nationally (15% according to USA Today), Texas State University at San Marcos has introduced a new energy strategy to reduce expenses.

San Marcos cancelled Utility Manager Pro and replaced it with EnergyCAP energy management software. The University’s Facilities Utilities Operations department made the switch in order to use newer technology that better met their energy management needs.

Utilities Analyst Brittany McCullar led the software search. “After extensive research, we concluded the total energy management software package in EnergyCAP would meet our needs and goals.” McCullar stated. “It will bring immediate benefits for automating our data entry and audit process with sophisticated benchmarking, reporting, and project measurement and verification tools. We are very excited to add another tool to provide sustainable utility management improvement for our University.”

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