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UB Ranked 14th Largest Green Power User Among U.S. Colleges & Universities

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Good news on the ‘Green’ front, The University at Buffalo was ranked the 14th largest green power user among U. S. colleges and universities, this is according to new U. S. Environmental Protection Agency standings.  Since the opening of the new 3,200-panel solar strand on UB’s North Campus and renewable energy purchases approximately 30 percent of the university’s power will be coming from renewable sources.  It’s nice to see UB making these types of strides for our environment, good for UB!!!  Read more about UB’s Green efforts here.

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