Wasting Energy is Scary!
Our Annual Campus Energy Contest will run from October 31 through November 18. The campus residence hall (or participating Greek house*) that has the greatest energy reduction will win a solar-powered charging picnic table to be installed Spring semester!
An individual building's energy use includes anything from electricity that is used to power the lights or charge electronics, to using the elevator or plugging in a refrigerator. Each building's graph shows the amount of energy that was used daily compared to the same day in the previous week. To track your building's progress, make sure the energy use of the current week is less than the previous week's - there should be a downward trend! If you don't see that, make a more conscious effort to use less electricity and encourage your friends and suitemates to do the same.
Energy contest standings will be released on November 7th and November 14th. The winning building will be announced on November 26th.
The winner will be determined by which building reduces their energy use the most – follow your building progress frequently by checking your building's link! Note that for the links to work, you must be signed into the CWRU network.
*participating Greek houses are those that are owned and sub-metered by CWRU including Phi Delta Theta, Sigma Nu, Delta Gamma, Beta Theta Pi, Pi Beta Phi, Zeta Psi, Sigma Psi, Kappa Alpha Theta, Sigma Chi, Phi Kappa Tau, Phi Sigma Rho, Delta Upsilon, Phi Kappa Psi.
|North Residential Village||The Village||South Residential Village (top)||South Residential Village (bottom)|
|Hitchcock||House 1/ 2||Kusch|
|Norton||House 3/ 3A (meter offline, link may not work)||Michelson||Howe|
|Pierce||House 4||Zeta Psi (meter off line, link may not work)||Alumni|
|Raymond||House 5||Sigma Psi/ Kappa Alpha Theta||Phi Delta Theta|
|Sherman||House 6/ 7||Sigma Chi/Phi Kappa Tau|
|Smith||Phi Sigma Rho||Delta Gamma|
|Storrs||Delta Upsilon/Phi Kappa Psi||Beta Theta Pi/Pi Beta Phi|
Encourage your friends and suitemates to reduce your energy use by turning off the lights, taking the stairs and unplugging devices.