Facilities Services

ENERGY USE ON CAMPUS

In FY2006, the University spent a total of $9,309,889 for electric and natural gas. Total energy consumed was 774,685 MMBtu. Despite rising natural gas costs, electricity remains the more expensive energy form, with 59% of the total cost for only 47% of the total energy consumed. The following chart shows energy use and cost by type for the past 3 years.


For more detailed information on FY2006 energy and water use on campus, please click here.


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