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energy consumption:

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consumed in this period could power for the same period:

compact fluorescent bulbs (CFLs)

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Energy Consumption

This graph shows the electricity consumption for all BCIT student residence houses, or for the selected residence house, in the selected unit of measure (kWh or $CDN). Bars shown in red indicate consumption during a peak time of day when demand on the power grid is highest and most expensive. Yellow bars correspond to moderate demand time and rates. Green bars correspond to consumption at a time of day when demand is lowest and least expensive.


Carbon Dioxide Emissions CO2e for BC Hydro

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CO2e for BC Hydro

This graph represents the kilograms of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions per kilowatt hour (kWh), corresponding to the residence energy consumption charted above. The CO2e calculation uses the standard Public Sector Organization (PSO) emissions factor for BC Hydro.

Outdoor Temperature Degrees Celsius

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Outdoor Temperature Degrees Celsius

This graph shows the outdoor temperature for the current date/time selections applied to the graphs above. Outdoor temperature is one of many factors that could impact power consumption. Researchers are analysing a variety of data to identify factors that influence energy demand patterns.

 
     Metered Usage @ 8.885 ¢/kWh
baseline image Predicted House Baseline
 

Savings since October 31, 2011











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Total Footprint

This box shows the total footprint for the selected period for the residences. Totals are displayed as an overall total, or optionally as a per person total, or as a per square foot total. The top section of this box shows the specified totals in kWh consumption, GHG emissions, and cost. The lower section of the box shows the specified totals as a side-by-side comparison for each residence house as total kWh consumption, or optionally for the total cost, or the total CO2e.


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