CCBJ Vol IX No 04-06: Climate Change and Sustainability Consulting for the Institutional Market

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Colleges, healthcare systems, K-12 schools, prisons, cultural organizations and other institutions are ramping up their sustainability and resilience investments, providing community leadership and significant source of revenue for consulting & engineering (C&E) and design firms. In general, institutions are taking on energy management and GHG mitigation first, with most just beginning to evaluate resilience. The Northeast is an exception, with growing investment in resilient power infrastructure. Utility market revisions and technology advancements are driving new markets for microgrids with onsite energy storage.

Market Features and Company Profiles:

01.Colleges and universities: The journey to carbon neutrality for hundreds of campuses is just starting.pg 6-13

02.Humboldt State University Embarks on Long Journey to Zero Carbon.pg 14-15

03.Mechanical Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) firm van Zelm Engineers pushes edges of sustainable, resilient design in higher education.pg 15-17

04.Climate change will be a game changer for hospitals and healthcare systems.pg 18-22

05.Johnson Controls looks to bring new energy value streams to institutions.pg 22-25

06.Woodard & Curran tackles GHGs and resilience, leverages fundraising expertise for higher education clients.pg 26-27

07.Cost savings lead more prisons to open doors for energy, waste, water projects.pg 27-29

08.Nitsch Engineering champions green infrastructure for resilience.pg 30-31

 

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