UIUC Energy Report Fiscal Year 2014

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1 UIUC Energy Report Fiscal Year 214

2 UIUC Energy Report 2 Summary The Urbana-Champaign Campus of the University of Illinois has made subtantial commitments towards conserving energy and other utilities and has made significant progress toward our sustainability goals published in the Illinois Climate Action Plan (icap.) Recently,the Services Division of Facilities & Services (F&S) created an energy report card to inform campus leadership and management teams regarding progress towards meeting our goals. During 214, the Urbana-Champaign campus used a total of 4,831,255 Million BTU s () for the entire campus served by campus utilities. A BTU (or British Thermal Units) is a unit of heat measurement used to common-size all energy input sources like electricity and fuels. Over the utility service area of 21,3,246 gross square feet, this factors out to 23,24 BTU s per square foot, also known as the Energy Utilization Index or EUI. We use the EUI to compare and contrast energy utilization and density in our buildings. An average household, according to the Energy Information Administration, uses 46,1 BTUs per gsf over the course of a year. In total, a household of 2, sf in the Midwest would use a total of 92.2 s. Thus the campus usage is the equivalent of 52,4 households. Please note for the purposes of providing meaningful comparisons, the data from the National Petascale Computing Facility (Petascale) has been omitted. In contrast, during FY 213 the campus used a total of 4,651,5 s or 222,437 BTUs per gsf. The increase of 3.4% can be attributed to weather differences. Overall since 27, the UIUC campus has decreased usage from 312,124 BTUs per sf to 23,24 BTUs per sf; a decrease of 26.3%. Much of this decline can be attributed to the investments in retrocommissioning existing buildings and new buildings with higher energy efficiencies. In terms of college, auxiliary and unit usage, since 212, 17 have shown overall reductions in energy consumption expressed in terms of BTUs per gsf, while 1 showed some increase. There are a variety of reasons including research energy intensity, changes in building use and building density, and weather that could affect this. The following chart shows these units on campus and a three-year history of EUI: EUI - BTUs per Gross Square Foot 5, 45, 4, 35, 3, 25, 2, 15, 1, 5, - Energy Utilization Index by Unit Medicine VetMed McKinley Health Cntr LAS Engineering CITES ILIR Education Media Int'l Studies ACES Law Libraries FAA Applied Health Sci VC for Student Affairs Business Aviation Informatics Housing, Campus Rec and Public Safety Athletics Nursing Graduate College General Studies Social Work Armed Forces LB LC NK KV KP NT LG KN KT LQ KL KU LR KR KY NJ KM LE LMNQ LF NUFW KS KW LL LD College or Auxiliary

3 UIUC Energy Report 3 College and Unit Reports The data on the above chart is compiled from our Energy Billing System database which allocates usage and cost to departments and administrative units depending on their space allocation of a building. Mitigating factors, such as fume hoods and animal rooms are energy intensive resources and drive a higher proportionate share of the building allocation depending on the amount of outside air exchanged. The indices used for building space allocation are downloaded from the Archibus program once per semester and used to allocate cost and usage to each department. The attached reports reflect usage cost and energy intensity cost and usage for all building space allocated to the unit or department and is described below: Energy Utilization Index Historical Usage Data EUI- BTUs per GSF This section compares the campus building average usage per gsf with the usage of the college or administrative unit. All energy usage in a building is converted to BTUs, aggregated and divided by the amount of square footage in the building space allocated to the unit. EUI College Campus 1, 2, The remaining charts on the page show the energy consumption trends by year in BTUs per sf and in total energy expenditures. In the commodity chart, usage trends are broken down by type of commodity used. Comparison of UIUC s The report also includes a reference to typical UIUC building spaces and their average Energy Utilization Indices by type. This information was provided by the UIUC Energy Billing System database. Average BTUs per gsf - UIUC Campus Buildings 5, 1, 15, 2, 25, 3, 35, 4, Recreation/Athletic Center/Gym Medical Office/Clinic Laboratory Classrooms/Educational/Library Office Dormitory/Ward 95, , , , ,55 335,759

4 Campus AVG Services Currently your college utilizes (LB) Medicine at UIUC Energy Report ,346 6, 12, 18, 24, 3, 45.39% MORE Energy than the Campus average. net assignable square feet for your college. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 19.67% LESS energy than the prior year. 5, 45, $1,28,95 $949,359 4, $811,254 35, 3, $656,925 25, 2, 15, 1, 5, 435,76 42, , ,346 $1,2, $1,, $8, $6, $4, $2, $ 3, 25, 2, 15, 1, 5, 1, ,46 21,387 1, ,465 2,19 1, ,892 15,865 9, ,82 1,297 9/4/214

5 Campus AVG Services Currently your college utilizes (LC) Veterinary Medicine Energy Report ,62 6, 12, 18, 24, 3, 29.88% MORE Energy than the Campus average. net assignable square feet for your college. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 12.18% LESS energy than the prior year. 4, $3,363,54 35, $2,95,452 3, $2,64,633 $2,32,334 25, 2, 15, 1, 5, 356, , ,965 24,62 $4,, $3,5, $3,, $2,5, $2,, $1,5, $1,, $5, $ 1, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 35,572 3,49 86,598 66,89 31,361 2,811 74,213 62,595 31,978 3,836 62,648 48,873 31,395 3,751 5,39 43,938 9/4/214

6 Campus AVG Services Currently your college utilizes (NK) McKinley Health Center Energy Report ,978 6, 12, 18, 24, 3, 5.5% MORE Energy than the Campus average. net assignable square feet for your college. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 7.54% MORE energy than the prior year. 28, $41,186 $415, 14, 275, 27, 265, 26, 255, 25, 245, $45,45 $389,669 $386, ,62 265, , ,978 $41, $45, $4, $395, $39, $385, $38, $375, 12, 1, 8, 6, 4, 2, 1,493 8,446 9,975 8,559 1,33 7,64 4,169 3,913 3,859 3,873 12,292 7,311 9/4/214

7 Campus AVG Services Currently your college utilizes (KV) Liberal Arts & Sciences Energy Report ,98 6, 12, 18, 24, 3, 44.8% MORE Energy than the Campus average. net assignable square feet for your college. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 2.62% MORE energy than the prior year. 28, $1,988, , 27, $1,375,848 $1,348, , $1,185,993 26, 255, 274,2 265,633 26,82 266,98 25, $11,2, $11,, $1,8, $1,6, $1,4, $1,2, $1,, $9,8, $9,6, 35, 3, 25, 2, 15, 1, 5, 147,64 13,684 29,97 146, ,27 12,67 265, ,748 14,92 14,925 26,93 152, ,156 14, , ,84 9/4/214

8 Campus AVG Services Currently your college utilizes 253,962 6, 12, 18, 24, 3, (KP) Engineering Energy Report % MORE Energy than the Campus average. net assignable square feet for your college. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized.43% LESS energy than the prior year. 262, $1,121,375 $1,15, 25, 26, 258, 256, 254, 252, 25, $1,37,692 $9,944,293 $9,851, ,7 256, ,49 253,962 $1,1, $1,5, $1,, $9,95, $9,9, $9,85, $9,8, $9,75, $9,7, 2, 15, 1, 5, 139, ,64 23, ,592 21, , , , , , , ,93 9/4/214

9 Campus AVG Services Currently your college utilizes (NT) Chief Information Officer Energy Report ,258 6, 12, 18, 24, 3, 25.91% MORE Energy than the Campus average. net assignable square feet for your college. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 38.6% MORE energy than the prior year. 3, $1,151,334 25, $1,9,49 2, $826,417 $766,696 15, 1, 5, 256, ,93 168, ,258 $1,4, $1,2, $1,, $8, $6, $4, $2, $ 25, 2, 15, 1, 5, 2,864 18,931 21,586 16,49 13,22 14,238 14,654 3,249 2,469 2,721 13,877 11,368 23,23 2,724 16,562 16,533 9/4/214

10 (LG) School of Labor & Employment Relations Energy Report 214 Currently your college utilizes Campus AVG 184,1 6, 12, 18, 24,.67% LESS Energy than the Campus average. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 22.93% LESS energy than the prior year. 3, $123,34 $113,485 25, $99,432 $93,762 2, 15, 1, 5, 184, , , ,1 $14, $12, $1, $8, $6, $4, $2, $ 4,5 4, 3,5 3, 2,5 2, 1,5 1, ,189 1, ,615 2, ,945 2, ,76 1,949 9/4/214

11 Campus AVG Currently your college utilizes 191,429 6, 12, 18, 24, 3.33% MORE Energy than the Campus average. (KN) Education Energy Report 214 Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 3.46% MORE energy than the prior year. 22, $565,333 $58, 14, 21, 2, 19, 18, 17, 16, $51,432 $51,778 $481, ,31 179,47 185,36 191,429 $56, $54, $52, $5, $48, $46, $44, $42, 12, 1, 8, 6, 4, 2, 1,99 9,85 9,92 9,657 7,38 6,341 6,38 7,765 3,84 4,521 11,58 9,116 5,731 5,123 11,949 8,993 9/4/214

12 Campus AVG Currently your college utilizes 166,785 6, 12, 18, 24, (KT) College of Media Energy Report % LESS Energy than the Campus average. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 13.67% MORE energy than the prior year. 25, $336,619 2, $272,331 $265,517 $226,167 15, 1, 5, 236, , , ,785 $4, $35, $3, $25, $2, $15, $1, $5, $ 14, 12, 1, 8, 6, 4, 2, 7,741 11,845 2,53 1,431 6,4 6,238 2,566 1,775 5,535 5,484 2, ,348 6,3 2, /4/214

13 Campus AVG Currently your college utilizes (LQ) International Prgms & Studies Energy Report ,783 6, 12, 18, 24, 8.35% LESS Energy than the Campus average. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 8.16% LESS energy than the prior year. 2, $18,465 $11, 3,5 18, 16, 14, 12, 1, 8, 6, 4, 2, $96,738 $95,584 $92,73 152, , , ,783 $15, $1, $95, $9, $85, $8, 3, 2,5 2, 1,5 1, 5 2,842 3,56 3,33 2,777 1, , , , /4/214

14 Campus AVG Currently your college utilizes 17,863 (KL) Agr Consumer & Env Sciences Energy Report 214 6, 12, 18, 24, 7.77% LESS Energy than the Campus average. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 5.96% MORE energy than the prior year. 175, $5,732,355 $5,8, 16, 17, 165, 16, 155, 15, 145, $5,642,972 $5,452,755 $5,336, , ,3 161,258 17,863 $5,7, $5,6, $5,5, $5,4, $5,3, $5,2, $5,1, 14, 12, 1, 8, 6, 4, 2, 84,769 3, ,765 6,974 81,64 24,39 129,348 63,348 82,143 3,27 14,229 58,26 83,753 32,61 152,354 6,389 9/4/214

15 Campus AVG Currently your college utilizes 146,672 6, 12, 18, 24, 2.83% LESS Energy than the Campus average. (KU) Law Energy Report 214 Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 1.81% MORE energy than the prior year. 2, 18, 16, 14, 12, 1, 8, 6, 4, 2, $699,61 $636,562 $517,65 $526, , ,36 144,61 146,672 $8, $7, $6, $5, $4, $3, $2, $1, $ 25, 2, 15, 1, 5, 19,413 23,64 11,422 11,346 1, ,15 1, ,731 9/4/214

16 Campus AVG Currently your college utilizes 115,874 6, 12, 18, 24, (LR) University Library Energy Report % LESS Energy than the Campus average. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 8.9% LESS energy than the prior year. 25, $3,667,26 $4,, 12, 2, 15, 1, 5, $3,55,884 $2,275,28 $2,74, ,43 167, ,76 115,874 $3,5, $3,, $2,5, $2,, $1,5, $1,, $5, $ 1, 8, 6, 4, 2, 34,72 8, ,419 49,435 32,442 8,618 91,4 4,798 3,229 8,799 63,917 27,1 28,331 8,292 47,478 35,421 9/4/214

17 Campus AVG Currently your college utilizes 127,71 6, 12, 18, 24, (KR) Fine & Applied Arts Energy Report % LESS Energy than the Campus average. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 18.16% LESS energy than the prior year. 18, $3,, 8, 16, 14, 12, 1, 8, 6, 4, 2, $2,443,331 $2,398,48 $2,446,899 $1,958, ,27 149, ,43 127,71 $2,5, $2,, $1,5, $1,, $5, $ 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 33,155 4,871 68,16 24,113 32,268 3,869 68,229 26,37 32,84 4,97 73,363 25,145 23,382 5,277 6,49 22,389 9/4/214

18 Campus AVG Currently your college utilizes 12,149 6, 12, 18, 24, (KY) Applied Health Sciences Energy Report % LESS Energy than the Campus average. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 8.14% LESS energy than the prior year. 145, 14, $67,847 $659,817 $585, , $539,233 13, 125, 12, 115, 11, 14, ,282 13,79 12,149 15, $8, $7, $6, $5, $4, $3, $2, $1, $ 25, 2, 15, 1, 5, 7, ,657 4,38 7, ,223 5,346 6, ,962 4,296 7, ,237 3,79 9/4/214

19 Campus AVG Currently your college utilizes 114,237 6, 12, 18, 24, (NJ) VC Student Affairs Energy Report % LESS Energy than the Campus average. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 2.19% LESS energy than the prior year. 16, $221,453 $218,828 $212,143 14, $173,77 12, 1, 8, 6, 4, 2, 138, , , ,237 $25, $2, $15, $1, $5, $ 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 5,36 4,969 5,443 3,36 3,728 3,595 1,59 1, ,178 1,372 1,97 3,94 3,317 1,544 1,925 9/4/214

20 Campus AVG Currently your college utilizes 116,45 6, 12, 18, 24, (KM) College of Business Energy Report % LESS Energy than the Campus average. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 16.83% LESS energy than the prior year. 16, $585,45 $6, 16, 14, 12, 1, 8, 6, 4, $555,789 $563,356 $491,569 $58, $56, $54, $52, $5, $48, 14, 12, 1, 8, 6, 4, 2, 7,31 13,548 9,534 7,49 12,837 11,931 6,64 14,437 11,423 6,787 12,45 7,793 2, 13,48 136,62 139, ,45 $46, $44, 9/4/214

21 Campus AVG Currently your college utilizes 118,235 6, 12, 18, 24, (LE) Institute of Aviation Energy Report % LESS Energy than the Campus average. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 4.12% LESS energy than the prior year. 145, $175,257 14, $152,64 135, $139,439 $129,253 13, 125, 12, 115, 11, 14, ,98 123, ,235 15, $2, $18, $16, $14, $12, $1, $8, $6, $4, $2, $ 12, 1, 8, 6, 4, 2, 4,843 1, ,247 8, ,135 9, ,527 9, /4/214

22 Campus AVG Currently your college utilizes 98,54 (LM) Illinois Informatics Institute Energy Report 214 6, 12, 18, 24, 47.7% LESS Energy than the Campus average. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 26.19% LESS energy than the prior year. 16, $11,988 14, $1,312 $1,98 12, 1, $7,978 8, 6, 4, 2, 146, ,39 132,838 98,54 $14, $12, $1, $8, $6, $4, $2, $ /4/214

23 (Housing, Illini Union, Campus Recreation, Student Services, Conference Center) Currently your college utilizes Campus AVG 137,86 6, 12, 18, 24, (NQ) Auxiliary Units Energy Report % LESS Energy than the Campus average. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 12.19% MORE energy than the prior year. 14, $1,94, , 13, 125, $1,9,574 $9,946,118 $9,827,162 12, 115, 121,6 122, , ,86 11, $11,2, $11,, $1,8, $1,6, $1,4, $1,2, $1,, $9,8, $9,6, $9,4, $9,2, 4, 35, 3, 25, 2, 15, 1, 5, 126,463 13, ,8 121,15 124,688 13,6 281, ,98 116,489 13, , , ,114 13, , ,145 9/4/214

24 Campus AVG Currently your college utilizes 13,43 6, 12, 18, 24, 44.17% LESS Energy than the Campus average. (LF) Public Safety Energy Report 214 Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 1.56% MORE energy than the prior year. 125, $223,676 $25, 9, 12, 115, $163,13 $155,623 $152,574 $2, 8, 7, 6, 11, 15, $15, $1, 5, 4, 3, 5,645 5,98 4,699 4,422 1, 95, 9, 118,834 13,374 11,842 13,43 $5, $ 2, 1, 8,524 7,228 7,444 7,91 9/4/214

25 Campus AVG Currently your college utilizes 97,316 (NU) Div Intercollegiate Athletics Energy Report 214 6, 12, 18, 24, 47.47% LESS Energy than the Campus average. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 14.34% MORE energy than the prior year. 1, $2,6, 7, 95, 9, 85, 8, 75, $2,48,32 $2,378,286 $2,21,48 $2,162,76 88,397 83,569 85,18 97,316 $2,5, $2,4, $2,3, $2,2, $2,1, $2,, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 49,181 51,27 5,577 43,743 49,885 46,315 52,88 59,385 16,88 1,489 16,23 9,686 17,925 8,115 19,111 9,191 9/4/214

26 Campus AVG Currently your college utilizes 99,785 6, 12, 18, 24, 46.14% LESS Energy than the Campus average. (FW) Nursing Energy Report 214 Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 13.2% MORE energy than the prior year. 12, $18,442 $17,47 $16,447 1, $15,271 8, 6, 4, 2, 73,4 73,496 88,287 99,785 $2, $18, $16, $14, $12, $1, $8, $6, $4, $2, $ /4/214

27 Campus AVG Currently your college utilizes 88,213 6, 12, 18, 24, (KS) Graduate College Energy Report % LESS Energy than the Campus average. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 16.44% MORE energy than the prior year. 1, $26,112 $27,653 9, $23,933 8, $22,34 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 75,2 64,743 75,756 88,213 $3, $25, $2, $15, $1, $5, $ 1,2 1, /4/214

28 Campus AVG Currently your college utilizes 75,874 (KW) Division of General Studies Energy Report 214 6, 12, 18, 24, 59.4% LESS Energy than the Campus average. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 5.73% MORE energy than the prior year. 78, $16,369 76, 74, 72, 7, 68, 66, $14,559 $14,567 $15,39 $17, $16,5 $16, $15,5 $15, $14, , 62, 74,495 67,163 71,759 75,874 $14, $13,5 9/4/214

29 Note: A new electric meter was installed in the Gregory Place location in late 213, accounting for the large increase in electricity usage. Currently your college utilizes Campus AVG 94,613 6, 12, 18, 24, (LL) School of Social Work Energy Report % LESS Energy than the Campus average. Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 56.14% MORE energy than the prior year. 1, 9, $66,78 8, 7, 6, $39,613 5, 4, $26,297 $29,589 3, 2, 1, 42,439 48,47 6,595 94,613 $8, $7, $6, $5, $4, $3, $2, $1, $ 1,6 1,4 1,2 1, ,121 1,222 1,511 1, /4/214

30 Campus AVG Currently your college utilizes 54,27 6, 12, 18, 24, 7.7% LESS Energy than the Campus average. (LD) Armed Forces Energy Report 214 Avg of Medical Office/Clinic 293,55.43 Comparing last year's usage to this year's usage you have utilized 1.87% MORE energy than the prior year. 8, $49,238 7, 6, $35,417 $36,79 $36,21 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 71,647 51,974 53,274 54,27 $6, $5, $4, $3, $2, $1, $ 1,4 1,2 1, , , /4/214

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