Pitt again ranks Among EPA’s top green power partners

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The University of Pittsburgh has again been named among the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Top 30 college and university green power users.

The July 2020 list reflects the top 30 higher education institutions in the EPA’s Green Power Partners who purchase and/or generate large volumes of renewable electricity.

Pitt placed 30th, with annual green power usage of just over 41 million kilowatt hours, representing 19 percent of the University’s annual power usage.

Green Power Partners commit to use green power for all or a portion of their annual electricity consumption. Pitt became a Green Power Partner in 2019 and also made the Top 30 list in July 2019.

Read more about this news on the Pitt Sustainability website.