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Energy Squeeze AT USD

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Energy Squeeze AT USD

Students at the University of South Dakota got an email this week from the Dean of Students asking them to cut back on electricity usage as much as possible. USD spokesman Phil Carter…

The email tells students that USD has a certain daily power allotment, and going beyond that could cause considerable expense. Carter says cutting back power usage slightly can help…

The note to students says if power demand does not flatten out, temperatures may be increased in campus buildings. Carter says the highest power demand they normally see is in the summer, before students return to Vermillion…

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