Full Campus Data
The TigerEnergy mobile app shows REAL-TIME data of campus energy generation and energy consumption. Data includes the campus solar array and central plant gas turbines, steam turbines, chilled water and steam.
View more live data streams at Tiger Energy.
Do it in the Dark
The "Do It in The Dark" Energy Competition is now in its third year. The most recent competition ran from April 3 to April 22, 2016. Congratulations to Wilson College for saving the most energy and winning a study break.
Visit the live energy leaderboard to see the full results of the competition. Beginning this year, even post-competition, college energy data will always be tracked and compared year round!
Forbes College 2014
Forbes College 2015
The University’s 5.3-megawatt solar collector field is comprised of 16,500 photovoltaic panels and is one of the largest single installations at a U.S. college or university.
Live Energy Heatmap of Campus
Princeton students, Adam Gallagher '16, Josh Bocarsly '15 and Annie Lu '17 created a live energy heatmap of campus for the course COS 333: Advanced Programming Techniques. Using campus energy data from Facilities, they were able to visualize detailed and up-to-date energy information to answer questions such as:
The Hydrometeorology Program focuses on measurement, analysis and modeling of atmospheric and land surface processes tied to the hydrologic cycle. A special interest of the group centers on hydrometeorological processes in the urban environment. The Hydrometeorology Lab maintains five stations around Princeton University campus. The data from these stations are used by students and professors to gain insight into the impact of suburban development on different environmental paramters. These real-time data loggers act as part of the Campus as a Lab initiative. Data collected is used in on-going research of the Butler Green Roofs and Washington Stream Restoration.
To request access to other related data, contact the Office of Sustainability at firstname.lastname@example.org