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Energy Management. September 13, 2007. What Did We Spend?. Yearly Utility Cost Graph. Our Utilities. 103 accounts 25 electric 16 natural gas 62 water/sewer 12 vendors 77 buildings Working with Utility Providers Rebates Energy Audit. Washington. Building Cost per Sq. Ft. 2006.

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Energy management

Energy Management

September 13, 2007


What did we spend

What Did We Spend?

Yearly Utility Cost Graph


Our utilities

Our Utilities

  • 103 accounts

    • 25 electric

    • 16 natural gas

    • 62 water/sewer

  • 12 vendors

  • 77 buildings

  • Working with Utility Providers

    • Rebates

    • Energy Audit

Washington


Building cost per sq ft 2006

Building Cost per Sq. Ft.2006


Building cost per sq ft 2007

Building Cost per Sq. Ft2007


Kbtu sq ft by building 2006

KBTU/Sq. Ft. by Building - 2006

Building Use Use/ft2

Monticello 4,165,029.972 KBTU 121.984

Belle Plaine Ctr 380,179.646 KBTU 105.605

Belle Plaine Ctr II 119,773.027 KBTU 99.811

Tipton CEO 996,866.778 KBTU 91.962

Cedar Rapids

Campus 90,145,762.325 KBTU 89.338

IC Annex 689,009.593 KBTU 78.154

Marion Center 920,632.633 KBTU 78.119

IC Learning Ctr 466,067.996 KBTU 77.678

KTOS Center 2,710,569.569 KBTU 76.896

Williamsburg Ctr 526,952.476 KBTU 75.712

IC Credit Ctr 4,935,833.204 KBTU 65.899

Tipton Center 240,323.623 KBTU 62.196

Lincoln Ctr 1,769,757.910 KBTU 57.769

Vinton Ctr 482,834.159 KBTU 48.283

Washington Ctr S 268,456.155 KBTU 41.907

Washington Ctr N 95,884.022 KBTU 17.433


Kbtu sq ft by building 2007

KBTU/Sq. Ft. by Building - 2007

Building Use Use/ft2

Monticello 4,318,132.571 KBTU 126.468

Belle Plaine Ctr 399,285.478 KBTU 110.913

Belle Plaine Ctr II 114,826.339 KBTU 95.689

Tipton CEO 1,034,935.035 KBTU 95.474

Marion Ctr 1,124,151.272 KBTU 95.388

Cedar Rapids

Campus 91,471,662.321 KBTU 90.652

IC Learning Ctr 497,630.236 KBTU 82.938

IC Annex 712,191.274 KBTU 80.784

KTOS Ctr 2,785,309.409 KBTU 79.016

Williamsburg Ctr 533,351.035 KBTU 76.631

Lincoln Ctr 2,018,567.669 KBTU 65.891

IC Credit Ctr 4,827,044.568 KBTU 64.447

Tipton Ctr 237,524.429 KBTU 61.471

Vinton Ctr 481,708.931 KBTU 48.171

Washington Ctr S 259,721.435 KBTU 40.543

Washington Ctr N 97,323.886 KBTU 17.695


Energy management strategies

Energy Management - Strategies

  • Energy Efficient Mechanical & Electrical Systems

  • Energy Management Systems – Load shedding cuts usage at peak demand times

  • Software – Utility Direct software which audits, tracks, and analyses utility consumption and costs

  • Education

  • Future Possibilities

  • Energy Policy


Energy policy

Energy Policy

  • Purpose

  • Policy

  • Expectations

  • Buildings

  • New Construction

  • Lighting

  • Cooling & Heating

  • Purchasing

  • Individual Responsibility

  • Exceptions


Energy policy cooling heating

Energy Policy – Cooling & Heating

  • Cooling & Heating

  • Unless special needs are required, the following minimum and maximum room temperatures shall be maintained:

  • During Occupied Hours: Heating – 68 Deg. F, Cooling – 74 Deg. F

  • During Unoccupied Hours: Heating – 60 Deg. F, Cooling – 85 Deg. F

  • Nights, weekends, and most holidays, the following temperatures will be set when the space in unoccupied:

    Heating – 60 Deg. F, Cooling – 85 Deg. F.

    .


Energy policy cooling heating1

Energy Policy – Cooling & Heating

  • Cooling & Heating – (cont.)

  • During the holiday closure between Christmas and New Years, the heating set-point will change to 60 Deg. F. During this period the College is officially closed.

  • Temperature settings for those areas not controlled or connected to the building automation system should be manually set at these ranges when not in use. If window air conditioners are utilized, the unit should be shut off when the space is not in use. The use of space heaters shall not be permitted.

  • Critical operations will handled on an individual basis.


What are other colleges doing

What Are Other Colleges Doing?


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