Greener Power

The university’s new trigeneration plant becomes operational next month. In a manner that is environmentally friendly and saves money, the plant will be creating about half the power the university’s demands for heating, cooling and electrical needs.

A Balanced Approach

Renewable energy sources are necessary, biologist Darren Sandquist says, but to build them, a balanced approach is equally important.

Green Partners

Cal State Fullerton’s Center for Sustainability and the Anaheim Center for New Energy Technologies have launched a joint research effort focused on energy sustainability and efficiency. Jeff Kuo and Myungjung Kwon are leading the effort.

What Is Sustainability?

"Sustainability is living our lives, conducting business and managing our natural resources so that future generations will be healthy, secure and able to enjoy the benefits of nature." — John Bock, director of CSUF's Center for Sustainability

Gold for Being Green

Cal State Fullerton’s Student Recreation Center has the honor of being the first campus building awarded a Gold Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification.

Flexing Our Power

Cal State Fullerton and 10 other CSU campuses shut down or reduced the use of electricity last summer and were recognized for doing so by the state’s Flex Your Power campaign.