“Expected to go online in 2022, the plant will supply about 50,000 megawatt hours of power per year, or roughly a quarter of the electricity on Pitt’s Oakland campus. Pitt called the move an investment in renewable energy that is clean, local and long-term.
“Pitt wants half of its power to be from renewable energy by 2030, said Greg Scott, Pitt’s senior vice chancellor for business and operations. ‘As a research institution and community partner, we are committed to leading by example with sustainable practices that will help future generations thrive in a world that is environmentally responsible, socially equitable and economically robust,’ he said in a statement.”
FULL STORY published November 29, 2018 via Pittsburgh Post-Gazette