RMIT University launches A$98 million greening project

(25 March 2014)  In the biggest project of its kind in the southern hemisphere, RMIT University in Melbourne will spend A$98 million (US$86 million) to cut energy and water use as well as greenhouse gas emissions.

RMIT – Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology – has worked with international companies Siemens and Honeywell for two years to identify opportunities for energy and water savings in 90 buildings across its city and suburban campuses.

Read the story by Geoff Maslen in University World News.