Green sneakers over limbopad.

Green sneakers over limbopad

It’s possible the big round stickers stuck on the floors at the entrances of various TU/e buildings were more conspicuous than the shoes hanging from the Limbopad trees, but their message is the same: they’re there to point out TU/e’s footprint campaign.

In connection with VSNU, TU/e wants to lower their energy consumption by thirty percent as well as reduce their CO emission before 2020. The first step towards lowering the CO emission is by mapping TU/e’s current emission levels.
TU/e uses close to 40 million kWh worth of electricity, which is enough to provide 13,000 households with electricity for a whole year, says a web page on the subject.

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