The University of Notre Dame was recognized during the Annual Partners for Clean Air Awards Luncheon for its significant investments in clean energy. Among the University’s investments are a 2.5 MW hydroelectric plant, a $37 million solar project, a new food waste-to-energy project, geothermal heating and cooling plant, and they successfully stopped burning coal ahead of schedule.

KFI is proud to serve as a lead outside engineering partner with the University on this important journey towards carbon neutrality.

See what Paul Kempf, Assistant Vice President of Utilities and Maintenance, has to say about the University’s ongoing sustainability initiatives in
this video for the 2021 Partners for Clean Air Awards.