308 Maple
Participation Points: 0
Energy Use Percentage Change: +20% (0 points)
Total Score: 0

371 Main
Participation Points: 13
Energy Use Percentage Change: +26% (0 points)
Total Score: 13

396 Main
Participation Points: 17
Energy Use Percentage Change: 2% (20 points)
Total Score: 37

Adirondack
Participation Points: 0
Energy Use Percentage Change: 18% (180 points)
Total Score: 180

Bader
Participation Points: 0
Energy Use Percentage Change: +1% (0 points)
Total Score: 0

Bankus
Participation Points: 2
Energy Use Percentage Change: 20% (200 points)
Total Score: 202

Carriage House
Participation Points: 13
Energy Use Percentage Change: +27% (0 points)
Total Score: 13

Cushing
Participation Points: 2
Energy Use Percentage Change: 41% (410 points)
Total Score: 412

Hill Hall
Participation Points: 82
Energy Use Percentage Change: 43% (430 points)
Total Score: 512

Jensen
Participation Points: 2
Energy Use Percentage Change: 14% (140 points)
Total Score: 142


Juniper
Participation Points: 24
Energy Use Percentage Change: +25% (0 points)
Total Score: 24

Lakeview
Participation Points: 26
Energy Use Percentage Change: 13% (130 points)
Total Score: 156

Lyman
Participation Points: 17
Energy Use Percentage Change: 16% (160 points)
Total Score: 177

Main Street Suites
Participation Points:24
Energy Use Percentage Change: 28% (280 points)
Total Score: 304

McDonald
Participation Points: 10
Energy Use Percentage Change: 7% (70 points)
Total Score:80

North
Participation Points: 4
Energy Use Percentage Change: 0% (0 points)
Total Score: 4

Pearl
Participation Points: 2
Energy Use Percentage Change: 14% (140 points)
Total Score:142

Quarry Floors #1&2
Participation Points: 2
Energy Use Percentage Change: n/a
Total Score:2

Quarry Floors #3&4
Participation Points: 2
Energy Use Percentage Change: n/a
Total Score:2

Rowell
Participation Points: 5
Energy Use Percentage Change: 8% (80 points)
Total Score:85

Sanders
Participation Points: 2
Energy Use Percentage Change: +20% (0 points)
Total Score:2

Schillhammer
Participation Points: 4
Energy Use Percentage Change: 5% (50 points)
Total Score:54

South House
Participation Points: 16
Energy Use Percentage Change: 25 % (250 points)
Total Score: 266

Spinner Place Floor #4
Participation Points: 1
Energy Use Percentage Change: n/a
Total Score:1

Spinner Place Floor #5
Participation Points:3
Energy Use Percentage Change:n/a
Total Score:3

Spinner Place Floor #6
Participation Points:1
Energy Use Percentage Change:n/a
Total Score:1

Spinner Place Floor #7
Participation Points:3
Energy Use Percentage Change:n/a
Total Score:3

Summit
Participation Points: 2
Energy Use Percentage Change: 4% (0 points)
Total Score: 2

Whiting
Participation Points:0
Energy Use Percentage Change: 20% (200 points)
Total Score:200

After daily checks in with the Burlington Electric Department’s website, we finally have all of the electricity bills in and I am ready to announce the winner of this year’s KillAWatt Challenge. Before I do so, I want to ask you all for your feedback on how this program did or did not work for you. Please go to the very quick survey and pass along your thoughts.
So! Drum roll please……………….
The winner of the 2013 KillAWatt Challenge is: HILL HALL!
Hill was engaged and it seems like their efforts really paid off. A combination of a whopping 43% energy savings, inhouse RA events, and folks coming to a movie night, Hill racked up their points. So now, Hill residents, it is up to you to plan how you want to spend your $500 winnings!
Three cheers to our top energy savers*:
Hill Hall (43%)
Cushing Hall (41%)
Main Street Suites (28%)
*figures were based comparing KwH usage per day, per person between February 2013 and October 2012.
Three cheers to our top participation point earners:
Hill Hall (82)
Lakeview (26)
396 Main Street (24)
All told, we saw an average of 6% energy savings across all of our main campus buildings. Fifteen main campus buildings saw savings between 243%, one building had 0% change, and seven buildings actually increased usage from last year (anywhere between 127%). 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 any active participation in any of the events or other ways to earn points I did not calculate the energy use.
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