Fossil Free for Bristol
Investments in the energy sector will now focus on companies which are having the greatest impact on reducing carbon emissions.
Lighting the way
Lighting has been refurbished across the University to cut carbon and costs, and improve the internal environment for students and staff.
Growing plants with LEDs
The Life Sciences Building used low energy, low heat LED lighting to grow plants in the rooftop GroDome.
Smart heating for student halls
New technology has offered a smarter way to heat University rooms.
Gold standard energy saving for Goldney Hall
The student halls used to have a reputation for poor temperature management and energy wastage.
Hanging inefficient equipment out to dry
A lab equipment replacement project that minimises environmental footprint by 65%, and saves £38,000 in energy costs.
The University's voltage optimisation programme saves 1,500 tonnes of CO2 a year, reducing both electricity costs and CO2 emissions.
Solar panels provide enough energy to power 90 homes.
School of Arts regeneration
A major regeneration project in the School of Arts is rated 'Excellent' thanks to its exemplary level of environmental performance.