Energy and Environmental Audit of Manipal University - Jaipur Campus

Energy Audit

: Jaipur, India

Client : Manipal University;

Ended 2022

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Manipal University


Energy & Environmental Audit

Energy Efficiency

Manipal University aims in developing a roadmap to reduce the carbon footprint of the campus, by understanding the Energy Use in the campus through Energy & Environmental Audits. MUJ was launched in 2011, as a self-financed State University. The campus is of 112 Acres area. The multi-disciplinary university offers career-oriented courses at all levels.

The scope also includes the awareness workshop for the campus users to understand the scenario and enable them to improve the progress towards carbon neutrality. The data received was analysed and estimated the different Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) related to energy and environmental parameters. We conduct verification, monitoring and analysis of use of energy including submission of technical report containing recommendations for improving energy efficiency with cost benefit analysis and an action plan to reduce energy consumption. different Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) related to energy and environmental parameters.

The assignment is divided into the following major parts:

  • Energy analysis for 120 acres campus was performed which includes spatial end use break up, mapping lux level readings in different rooms, Indoor air delivery temperature measurement at FCU, AHU leakage observation, renewable energy capcoty and generation mapping.
  • Environmental audits for the entire campus was performed which covered subjects such as water, waste, mobility and landscape.
  • Water balancing for the entire 120-acre campus and assessment of water patterns for developing a road-map.
  • Evaluation of waste generated to reduce the amount of waste ending up in a landfill.
  • Mobility-based carbon emissions were calculated for the local (students and staff commute to and from campus), national and •international trips.
  • Mapping of different landscapes on site and understanding a rough amount of carbon sequestration from each species and also understanding the water consumption patterns of these landscape areas to reduce the water requirement

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