Comprehensive Energy Master Plan
Acknowledging the need to identify and meet the long-term energy needs on the West Lafayette Campus over the coming years, in February 2011, the Purdue University Board of Trustees approved a resolution to develop a Comprehensive Energy Master Plan (CEMP). The resultant CEMP, submitted to the Physical Facilities Committee of the Board of Trustees in early 2012, focuses especially on the energy production, distribution and building demand on Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus.
The fiscally and environmentally responsible plan provides Purdue University guidance in managing its energy production and consumption as it continues to grow. The CEMP constitutes a “living document” that will be revisited and updated over the years, in response to shifting local and global factors.
Read the full version of the CEMP and Purdue's response to public comments