"We want to make it easy for you to know how much energy you're using right now," said Savraj Singh ‘03 in his opening remarks about Tiger Energy, a live energy dashboard developed by his company, Wattvision. Singh presented the visualization tool that he developed in partnership with the Office of Sustainability to a group of students at a Campus as Lab lunch seminar last month on energy data visualization efforts on campus.
by Somi Jun '20
In 2012, Princeton’s Office of Sustainability began a partnership with Savraj Singh ‘03 to track and visualize the university’s live energy usage. The collaboration with Singh’s company, Wattvision, has since culminated in Tiger Energy, which breaks down campus energy supply and usage in colorful, easy-to-understand charts.
Are you participating in the Do It in the Dark residential college energy competition?
The battle is on from April 8 to April 25 to see which residential college will reduce its energy usage the most and win an awesome study break.
Students United for a Responsible Global Environment (SURGE), recently spearheaded the University's first college-wide energy-saving competition, which ran from April 1 through April 26. First place went to Forbes College, which saved nearly 7,000 kWh and $1,617.