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Lighting. Quick Facts: Lighting accounts for ~32% of MIT’s electricity use Accounting for about 26,000 tons of CO2 emissions in 2007 Which is the total annual energy use of about 1800 Cambridge residents At a total cost of $8.6 million in 2007

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lighting
Lighting

Quick Facts:

  • Lighting accounts for ~32% of MIT’s electricity use
      • Accounting for about 26,000 tons of CO2 emissions in 2007
      • Which is the total annual energy use of about 1800 Cambridge residents
      • At a total cost of $8.6 million in 2007
  • During approximately one-third of the time that the lights are on in a room, it is unoccupied
      • Huge potential savings!
action turn off the lights whenever a room is unoccupied
ACTION: Turn off the lights whenever a room is unoccupied!!

Compiled by Closing the Loop during a study of Buildings 56 and 16

during June 2008

sub action be vocal about the possibility of other lighting options in your space
sub-ACTION: Be vocal about the possibility of other lighting options in your space
  • We don’t always have the ability to choose what type of lighting we use on campus
  • BUT- we can talk to those who are in control about other options
    • $100 million in cost-saving facilities improvements have already been identified, including many lighting improvements
      • CFL retrofits
      • Motion-sensors
      • Dimming and daylighting sensors
    • Advocate for MIT to invest in a greener campus!

Please be courteous to your facilities representatives