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DATE

1998

AUTHORS

J. Roturier , P. Faucher

ABSTRACT

An important segment of the tertiary sector, namely the universities and research laboratories, usually remains outside the control of those decision-makers in charge of implementing Energy Efficiency and/or Environment Protection Programmes. In this sub-sector, the energy consumption, for example, is far from being optimised. This is either due to a lack in basic knowledge in energy efficiency or energy conservation, surprisingly often ignored by scientists or science managers, or more frequently results from a conflict of priorities in terms of decisions to be taken urgently. However, in several countries world-wide, thanks to individual initiatives or mandatory policies, Energy Efficiency and/or Environment Protection Programmes have been successfully implemented. Some of them were presented in the “ENERGY-UNIVERSITY-ENVIRONMENT” Workshop (Bordeaux - France, 1995). In the first part of this paper, a very preliminary analysis of significant case-studies for these voluntary policies and several examples from other universities are given. It is clearly demonstrated that these actions lead to significant money savings, induce new research and, more importantly, should greatly influence the training of our students as future managers concerned by these issues. In the second part, the ECOCAMPUS project, recently funded by the European Commission, is briefly presented and its main goals described. Finally, a few suggestions are given in order to analyse the advantages and/or obstacles of Energy Efficiency Programmes when implemented in the place of the standard «Laissez-Faire» policy. More... »

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205-217

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-94-011-5092-7_11

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-5092-7_11

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