Campus Energy Systems, Performance, and Emissions Outlook at the University of Kentucky
February 27th, 2023 - 2:00 PM EST
University of Kentucky, Whitehall Classroom Bldg., CB 110
Speaker: Britney Ragland, University of Kentucky Energy Engineer and Utilities Engineering Manager
Seminar: Organized jointly with regional IEEE organizations
Abstract: The University of Kentucky consists of more than 20 million square feet across an 800-acre campus with critical healthcare, research, and educational facilities and diverse energy needs. Join us to learn more about the campus energy systems as a whole, the campus energy conservation program, and the future outlook for campus sustainability and emissions reductions goals.
Bio: Britney Ragland has served as the University of Kentucky Energy Engineer and Utilities Engineering Manager over the last 10 years. She originally obtained a BS in Mechanical Engineering from UK in 2009 and also earned a Masters in Biosystems and Ag Engineering while working for the University. She also has a Professional Engineers license and is a Certified Energy Manager. Outside of work, Britney is married and has 3 stepchildren and one son Alexander, who just turned 5, and co-leads a Celebrate Recovery Ministry with her husband Brandon.
Time: Feb 27, 2023, 02:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Location: University of Kentucky, Whitehall Classroom Bldg., Room CB 110