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1 EDGEWOOD COLLEGE ANNUAL ECO-OLYMPICS Energy Issues and Use

2 Energy Facts Edgewood College Total Campus Energy Costs (G&E) 2002 Energy Costs-- $464, Energy Costs-- $803,449

3 Energy Facts Edgewood College 73% Increase Since 2002

4 EDGEWOOD COLLEGE ECO-OLYMPICS WINNERS 2007 Grand Prize Winner: Stevie and Weber Halls (tie) – Water Savings: Stevie Hall – 21% decline in monthly water use – Electricity Savings: Marshall Hall – 15.3% reduction in kwh – Heat Savings: Weber & Stevie Halls – 44% reduction in therms 2006 Grand Prize Winner: Stevie Hall – Water Savings: Regina & Weber Halls – 57% decline in monthly water use – Electricity Savings: Siena Hall – 10.4% reduction in kwh – Heat Savings: Stevie Hall – 22.4% reduction in therms

5 5 Were using more energy Economy/environment Policies Building efficiency Transportation efficiency Source: WI DOA, U.S. Census Bureau

6 6 Were using more electricity Economy/environment Policies Building efficiency Transportation efficiency Source: WI DOA, U.S. Census Bureau

7 7 Were driving more Economy/environment Policies Building efficiency Transportation efficiency Source: WI DOT, U.S. Census Bureau

8 8 Were burning more coal Economy/environment Policies Building efficiency Transportation efficiency Source: WI DOA, U.S. Census Bureau

9 9 National/international policies Carbon tax Cap and trade CAFE standards Economic fairness – Imports – Green job corps Economy/environment Policies Building efficiency VMT reduction

10 10 State policies Portfolio standards – Renewables – Efficiency Appliance standards California car standards Pay as you drive Building codes te_report.pdf Economy/environment Policies Building efficiency Transportation efficiency

11 11 Local policies Stoplights and water treatment Green construction incentives Retrofit old buildings Planning for accessibility Parking reform nergy%5Fcities%2Epdf Economy/environment Policies Building efficiency Transportation efficiency

12 Energy Efficient Types Compact Fluorescent Fluorescent Lamps

13 Higher Energy Consuming Types Incandescent Lamps or Metal Halide

14 Projected Costs Average computer uses 165 watts or.165 kilowatts per hour 99% of fleet turned off from 8:30pm to 7:00am 90% of fleet turned off during vacation days 99% of fleet turned off during weekends and Holidays 178 School Days =$16 76 Vacation Days (10% of Fleet on) =$1 52 Weekends (1% of Fleet On) =12¢ 7 Holidays (1% of Fleet on) =1¢ 1 computer costs $ Computers Cost $49,677

15 Some Environmental Accomplishments Edgewood College Green Tier Certification – 2006 Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Environmental Management System developed 2007 Environmental Indicator Report developed 2008 Dominican Hall to be LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified Regina Hall – 2007 new windows, new boilers with controls DeRicci Hall – 2006 lighting upgrades Mazzuchelli Hall – built with green approach Sonderegger Science Building – fume hoods 1,200 foot Community Boardwalk along Lake Wingra

16 Energy Conservation in Dominican Hall Solar Panels High-efficiency natural gas boiler for space heating Fiberglass/foam wall insulation & low-emissivity windows High efficiency light fixtures & appliances Motion sensors for lighting Day lighting with windows in over 95% of the building occupied spaces Low-flow showerheads and toilet fixtures which reduce building water consumption by over 40% Construction-site waste recycling; over 90% of the building construction waste was recycled Preservation of heritage trees Rain gardens, filtration of storm water and reduction of storm water run off Laundry dries use direct source outside air for drying to reduce air demand High-efficiency natural gas water hearting by solar preheating

17 Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources GREEN TIER Certification Provides responsible companies the flexibility to exceed environmental requirements while boosting productivity and cutting costs. Initiated October 2005; Participants as of 5/1/06 – MEGTEC Systems, American Transmission Co. (ATC), Holsum Dairies, Times Printing, Kimberly Clark; pilot projects with MG&E and WE Energies; support from two trade associations Edgewood College, certified October 2006, first college or university in Wisconsin given this designation. Benefits of Green Tier Status: Recognition for superior environmental performance Single point contact at DNR Use of Green Tier logo Opportunity to be a pioneer in regulatory reform Permit streamlining, modified monitoring requirements, potential facility caps Deferred civil enforcement Differentiate Edgewood College from its competitors in attracting the type of students, faculty and business contacts that fit our colleges mission. Our Obligations: Implement an Environmental Management System plan (EMS) certified to the ISO standard Conduct annual EMS audit Submit to DNR an annual report on each EMS audit that is in compliance with state law [s (6m)(a)] Submit to DNR an annual report on progress towards meeting objectives related to improved environmental performance. Edgewood College DNR Green Tier website:

18 Environmental Management System (EMS) Plan Environmental Policy Commitment to compliance with environmental requirement, pollution prevention, and continual improvement in environmental performance Environmental Planning Analyze environmental aspects and impacts Identify all environmental requirements and develop plans and procedures to achieve Process to set environmental objectives and develop appropriate action plans to meet the objectives Environmental Implementation and Operation Structure for operational control and responsibility for environmental performance Employee training and communication systems Environmental Checking and Corrective Action Procedures for control of documents and for keeping records related to environmental performance Conduct annual environmental management system audit Management Review Senior management review of EMS plan for continually improving environmental performance

19 Annual Environmental Indicator Report and EMS Audit Timeline Date: Activity February: Begin gathering information for Environmental Indicator Report April: Environmental Indicator Report Completed September: Review Environmental Indicator Report with Environmental Studies Council and establish goals and strategies October: Review Indicator Report and Goals & Strategies with Colleges Executive Team December: EMS Audit Conducted January 31: Annual Report submitted to DNR

20 Reducing Energy Use Obtain your energy data--MGE.com Review energy patterns Audit the building Set a realistic goal (5-10% reduction?) Identify action steps Prioritize the work Track your results

21 Obtain Your Energy Data--MGE.com

22 MGE.com – Enter username, password – Edgewood Accounts Username: Alrouse Password: Window2 – Your personal accounts Need last bill Register View your data

23 View Energy Use - Select View Energy Detail Reges Hall

24 View Energy Use- 3 year trend Reges Hall-3 year graph

25 View Energy Use- Monthly Data Reges Hall-3 years of monthly data

26 Energy Savings Checklist Plug Loads to Check for Use, Problems and Solutions DORM ROOM – Halogen floor lamp – Desktop Computer – DVD Player – VCR – Laptop Computer – TV – Radio – Hairdryer – Curling Iron – Microwave – Iron – Ipod – Stereo – Digital Camera – Mini-fridge – Lava Lamp – Desk Lamp – Ceiling Light – Fan – Alarm Clock – Windows – Hot plates – Heating element – Space heaters – Video Games – Others?

27 Energy Savings Checklist Plug Loads to Check for Use, Problems and Solutions STUDY AREAS – Lighting – Computers – TV – Stereo – Others? BATHROOMS – Showers – Sinks – Faucets – Lights – Others? LAUNDRY – Washer – Dryer – Other? LOBBY – Doors – Other? MECHANICAL ROOMS – Boilers – Chillers – Furnaces – Water Heaters – Air Handling Units – Control/Energy Management Systems – Water Treatment – Compressors – Fans – Pumps – Filters – Others?


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