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The University’s new District Energy Facility (DEF) in Allston is serving as a model of efficiency for college campuses around the world. Harvard Energy & Facilities (E&F) recently co-hosted the International District Energy Association’s (IDEA) Campus Energy 2022 conference in Boston, attended by more than 1,000 industry professionals. Read More... District Energy Facility in Allston
As schools and departments implement new hybrid work models, new commuting options will be required. Transportation Services recognizes the unpredictability around commuting as well as the desire by many employees to have more flexibility. Read More... Commuter Traffic
The Harvard Recycling & Surplus Center in Allston is back open and now on Facebook. Promote campus reuse by donating items from your office or home and browse what’s in stock (either in-person or through their weekly Facebook posts). The Surplus Center typically has furniture, household items, books, appliances, and more (recent treasures include bouldering pads and a piano!), and it’s all free. Read More... Recycling & Surplus
Harvard officially introduced its new electric shuttle buses with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Science Center Plaza on October 21st. University leaders were joined by state and local officials to unveil the four, 100% electric shuttles which are replacing bio-diesel powered vehicles representing more than 30% of Harvard’s fleet. Read More... Electric Shuttle