MSU’s Energy Future

As one of the world’s top research universities and one of the nation’s top sustainable campuses, Michigan State University is committed to transitioning to cleaner, more renewable energy sources.

The Energy Transition Plan defines MSU’s goals toward a sustainable energy future. The plan sets high-level overarching goals to improve the physical environment, increase research in renewable energy and establish MSU as an educational leader in sustainable energy.

The goals and targets outlined in the plan are moving the university toward its vision by balancing important variables such as capacity, environment, health, cost and reliability.

Download the Energy Transition Plan

President Lou Anna K. Simon hosts an annual panel to discuss Michigan State University’s energy infrastructure and the steps the university is taking to advance its energy goals. Additionally, the event provides an opportunity for community feedback and dialogue.

This year’s Conversation with the President was held on Tuesday, April 12. Learn more.