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2014 Scores

308 Maple

Participation Points: 5

Energy Use Percentage Change: -23% (230 points)

Total Score: 235

371 Main

371 Main

Participation Points: 48

Energy Use Percentage Change: -28% (280 points)

Total Score: 328

396 Main

Participation Points: 77

Energy Use Percentage Change: -18%  (180 points)

Total Score: 257

Adirondack

Participation Points: 155

Energy Use Percentage Change: -12% (120 points)

Total Score: 275

Bader

Participation Points: 15

Energy Use Percentage Change: -8%  (80 points)

Total Score: 95

Bankus

Participation Points: 25

Energy Use Percentage Change: -12%  (120 points)

Total Score: 145

Carriage House

Participation Points: 5

Energy Use Percentage Change: +7% (0 points)

Total Score: 5

Cushing

Participation Points: 10

Energy Use Percentage Change: -26%  (260 points)

Total Score: 270

Hill Hall

Participation Points: 20

Energy Use Percentage Change: -5% (50 points)

Total Score: 70

Jensen

Participation Points: 68

Energy Use Percentage Change: -26% (260 points)

Total Score: 328

Juniper

Juniper

Participation Points: 30

Energy Use Percentage Change: -10% (100 points)

Total Score: 130

Lakeview

Participation Points: 32

Energy Use Percentage Change: -20% (200 points)

Total Score: 232

Lyman

Participation Points: 20

Energy Use Percentage Change: -28% (280 points)

Total Score: 300

Main Street Suites

Participation Points: 0

Energy Use Percentage Change: -25% (250 points)

Total Score: 250

McDonald

Participation Points: 50

Energy Use Percentage Change: +17%  (0 points)

Total Score: 50

North

Participation Points: 25

Energy Use Percentage Change: -19% (190 points)

Total Score: 215

Pearl

Participation Points: 40

Energy Use Percentage Change: -18% (180 points)

Total Score: 220

Quarry Floors #1&2

Participation Points: 32

Energy Use Percentage Change: n/a (0 points)

Total Score: 32

Quarry Floors #3&4

Participation Points: 0

Energy Use Percentage Change: n/a (0 points)

Total Score: 0

Rowell

Participation Points: 105

Energy Use Percentage Change: -1% (10 points)

Total Score: 115

Sanders

Participation Points: 15

Energy Use Percentage Change: -4% (40 points)

Total Score: 55

Schillhammer

Participation Points: 10

Energy Use Percentage Change: +16% (0 points)

Total Score: 10

South House

Participation Points: 30

Energy Use Percentage Change: -15%  (150 points)

Total Score: 180

Spinner Place Floor #4

Participation Points: 10

Energy Use Percentage Change: n/a (0 points)

Total Score: 10

Spinner Place Floor #5

Participation Points: 10

Energy Use Percentage Change: n/a (0 points)

Total Score: 10

Spinner Place Floor #6

Participation Points: 10

Energy Use Percentage Change: n/a (0 points)

Total Score: 10

Spinner Place Floor #7

Participation Points: 10

Energy Use Percentage Change: n/a (0 points)

Total Score: 10

Summit

Participation Points: 30

Energy Use Percentage Change: -1% (10 points)

Total Score: 40

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The winner of the 2014 Kill-A-Watt Challenge is a tie between: 371 Main and Jensen Hall!

Both buildings racked up their scores by a combination of energy savings and event participation. 371 Main St. had a 28% reduction in energy and 48 participation points and Jensen Hall had a 26% reduction in energy and 68 participation points. So now, 371 Main and Jensen residents, it is up to you to plan how you want to spend your winnings!

Three cheers to our top energy savers*:
371 Main (28%)
Lyman Hall (28%)
Jensen Hall (26%)
Cushing Hall (26%)

*figures were based comparing KwH usage per day, per person between February 2014 and October 2013.

Three cheers to our top participation point earners:

Adirondack Hall (155 points)
Rowell Hall (105 points)
396 Main Street (77 points)

All told, we saw an average of 12% energy savings across all of our main campus buildings. Nineteen main campus buildings saw savings between 1-28%, and three buildings actually increased usage from last fall (anywhere between 7-17%). For those of you in Quarry & Spinner calculating your energy use is difficult as it is through another power provider and the billing is set up in a way that would take a lot of time to calculate. Since we did not see high rates participation in any of the events or other ways to earn points I did not calculate the energy use.

Using a simplified formula (with a base of $.12/kwh) we figured that we saved over $2,900 worth of electricity during February (for main campus res halls). These savings will be transferred to student scholarships this year.

This year marked the 4th time we held the Kill-A-Watt Challenge, which allowed us to look at back at the cumulative impact of the event. Take a look at these results.

programchart

savingschart

So until next year…. keep on saving!

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