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Energy Services supports the mission of the University by providing reliable, uninterrupted utility services to campus and fosters a university-wide sustainable stewardship of energy resources. Energy Services manages the steam, chilled water, and domestic water production for the majority of campus buildings and is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the utility distribution systems including electrical, steam, chilled water, domestic water, natural gas, storm sewer, and sanitary sewer.
The Energy Services department includes the following organizations:
Energy Services Administration
The ES Admin organization provides administrative service to the ES director, managers and supervisors, and to all ES staff as needed. Responsibilities cover all operational aspects of the department.
The Utility Production organization is responsible for producing steam, hot water and chilled water for campus facility heat and air, and the production of potable water throughout the Stillwater campus.
The Distribution Systems organization is responsible for the operation and maintenance of all underground and overhead utilities distribution systems on campus – electrical, steam, chilled water, hot water, potable water, natural gas, storm and sanitary sewers, for all utilities locating in support of construction and maintenance, and for supervision of the Energy Services department wide safety program.
The Geospatial Systems organization maintains the campus construction and facilities plans archive, physical facilities and utilities distribution mapping in GIS, and supports other campus organizations in disseminating campus wide facility information.
The Utilities Engineering organization provides design and construction management support for utilities capital projects and various utilities maintenance endeavors, and is responsible for creation and maintenance of the campus wide utilities models.
Energy Management, Sustainability, and Automation Systems Group (EM-SUST-ASG)
The EM-SUST-ASG organization strives to maintain a comfortable and sustainable campus environment while promoting university-wide stewardship of resources through education and promotion of awareness of wise use of energy resources, and establishment of a campus-wide automated facilities controls system to manage energy consumption.