Low Carbon Energy
Shoolini University does indeed measure the amount of low-carbon energy used across the university. The university conducts emissions calculations for greenhouse gases (GHG) arising from various sources of energy, including solar, liquid fossil fuels, gas, and diesel. By systematically tracking and quantifying these emissions, Shoolini University can assess its carbon footprint and work towards reducing its environmental impact. This approach aligns with sustainability and environmental stewardship goals, demonstrating the university's commitment to using low-carbon energy sources and promoting a greener campus environment.
|Emissions Report monitoring GHG Emissions and Electricity Consumption
|Promoting and Incorporating Sustainability as core value
(inclusive of Climate Action Report, Energy and Environment Policy)
|Certified on Quality, Education, Energy and Environment by Quality Austria
|Energy Audit Report 2021