Creating an Energy Culture at the Presidio of Monterey [video]
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Over the past 8 years, Mr Tulley has led the Presidio of Monterey’s Energy Program to an Energy Use Intensity (EUI) reduction of 38% (85 kBTU/SF to 53 kBTU/SF) and total energy consumption reduction of 32% (176,214 MMBTU to 120,304 MMBTU), despite increases in square footage and population.
NPS Defense Energy Seminar
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