With 485 buildings, Ohio State University is one of the largest university campuses in the United States and has long been dedicated to excellence. With a view to modernizing energy supply and sustainability, the University's board of directors chose ENGIE and its partner Axium Infrastructure.
Under a 50-year contract, ENGIE and Axium are supporting the University in optimizing its energy consumption, reducing its environmental footprint and building a new innovation and research center.
To establish OSU as an international leader in energy and sustainability by limiting its environmental footprint, creating long-term relationships with partners in the energy sector, and strengthening its reputation as a national research university and a top destination for prospective students.
To ensure the sustainable management of energy at Ohio State University, ENGIE implements three of its programs:
Key figures resulting from Ohio State University's partnership with ENGIE and Axium Infrastructure.
GWH of electricity a year for 485 buildings
reduction in consumption
Number of years on the concession contract
To maintain energy excellence, ENGIE and Axium are proposing to build a new innovation and research center made up of a laboratory in which professors, students, alumni, entrepreneurs, and experts from the industry and ENGIE researchers are imagining the energy solutions of the future.