In the News

Awards and Recognition

Acterra Business Environmental Award
Environmental Project

Alliance to Save Energy
Energy Efficiency Visionary Awards

American Institute of Architects
2017 Committee on the Environment Top Ten Projects

American Institute of Architects, California Council
2016 Honor Award

American Institute of Architects, Portland Chapter
2015 Architecture Awards

American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter
2016 Honor Award

APPA: Leadership in Educational Facilities
Effective and Innovative Practices Award

Engineering News-Record
Editors' Choice and Best Energy/Industrial Project

Engineering News-Record
Global Best Project: Green Project Category

ENR California
2015 Best Project: Energy/Industrial

Governor's Environmental and Economic Leadership Awards Program
Award in the category of Climate Change

Green Power Leadership Award, US Environmental Protection Agency
2017 Direct Project Engagement category

Structural Engineers Association of Northern California
2016 Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards: Award of Merit, Infrastructure Category

News Coverage

Architectural Record
"Power Play: A state-of-the-art complex fuels a campus while serving as a teaching tool"

Business Officer (A publication of the National Association of College and University Business Officers)
"Resource Reshuffle"

Energy Manager Today
"Future is bright for solar at Stanford"

EPRI Journal
"Electric University"

"New heat recovery system makes Stanford one of the world's most energy efficient unis"

International District Energy Association
"Stanford University's 'fourth generation' district energy system"

San Francisco Chronicle
"Powering Stanford's campus with solar panels, 22 miles of pipe"

"Stanford 1, Harvard 0"

Stanford News
"Stanford unveils innovative solar generating station"
"Stanford issues statement on climate ahead of Paris conference"

The Stanford Daily
"Stanford Energy System Innovations project started"
"Solar panels to make up half of campus electricity supply by 2017"

"Stanford has a heat recovery system that makes it energy efficient"