energy-engineering

Genome Datacenter is Stunning Success

In winter of 2018/2019, the Central Heating and Cooling Plant (CHCP) increased the campus chilled water supply temperature to reduce overall campus operating costs. As a result of this change, issues with heat exchangers were identified at The Genome and Biomedical Sciences Facility (GBSF) datacenter.

Energy & Engineering

Our Services

The UC Davis Energy & Engineering Office works collaboratively to find ways to save energy at the building level so that we can meet carbon neutrality goals and practice sustainable stewardship on this beautiful campus.

We are a team of engineers, project managers, data analysts, and communicators–all around energy enthusiasts–brought together to connect with the campus in terms of energy and develop working relationships with people in campus buildings.

We strive to:

Welcome to TherMOOstat

TherMOOstat is a tool for you to let us know if your room feels cold, chilly, perfect, warm or hot. By using TherMOOstat you're participating in crowdsourced comfort on campus.