Texas A&M University is home to one of the most elite Combined Heat and Power Generation systems in the world.
UES manages the Recycling Services for Texas A&M University. Currently, services operate in over 150 buildings and recycle an average of over 72 tons per month.
UES has developed the standards, guidelines, procedures, and specifications for design and sustainability on the campus of Texas A&M University.
UES was one of nine institutions in the world to win the 2013 I.D.E.A. Global District Energy Award
With the completion of a new CHP upgrade, Texas A&M has become one of the world's best utility infrastructures.
Utilities & Energy Services has developed the standards, guidelines, procedures, and specifications for design and sustainability on the campus of Texas A&M University
Recycling Services began at Texas A&M University in 1990 as a custodial pilot project in six campus buildings. Now, UES recycles an average of over 72 tons of material per month
Energy Action Plan (EAP) 2015 was established to continue improving the efficiency and effectiveness of mission-critical utilities and energy services
Our FY14 Strategic Overview outlines how UES is committed to providing world class service to support the university mission with a focus on Texas A&M University's Vision 2020
In recognition of its achievements in energy efficiency, resource optimization, and environmental sustainability, UES was presented with a Global Award of Excellence
Utilities & Energy Services is actively involved in getting the students of Texas A&M engaged in energy conservation. To reach these students, UES is involved in several on-campus events
UES offers faculty, staff, students, and visitors to Texas A&M the opportunity to tour one of the best power plants in the nation
The EPA has awarded Texas A&M University’s energy efficiencies resulting from the installation of a combined heat and power system