This blog was created to help further DSEMC’s (demand side energy management and conservation) mission of creating a culture of sustainable energy management and conservation. The UTakeCharge blog will help inform the UT community about energy management and conservation projects and initiatives. This blog will also provide dynamic and engaging information on an array of sustainability topics.
UTakeCharge primarily represents UT’s demand-side energy management and conservation projects. The Demand-Side Energy Management and Conservation Program (DSEMC) is part of UT Facilities Maintenance which is part of UT Facilities Services (FS) which is part of Campus Planning and Facilities Management (CPFM) which is part of Employee and Campus Services (ECS).
The DSEMC program is managed by Al Lewandowski.
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See the DSEMC Concept Charter for more background information.
Help us find and eliminate wasted energy by reporting over-cooling, over-heating, unnecessary lighting or other energy waste to the Facilities Service Department (DSEMC program) at 512-471-0492 or e-mail email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
DSEMC staff will try their best to address your request or comment. Thanks for your help!