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Individual EPA Laboratories' Energy Intensity in FY 2010 Compared to FY 2003 Baseline

This chart compares individual EPA facilities’ energy intensity in British thermal units per gross square foot (Btu/GSF) in FY 2010 to their respective energy intensity in FY 2003.

This chart does not net out green power purchases.

The Page Road facility in Research Triangle Park (RTP), North Carolina, consumed 50,350 Btu/GSF in FY 2010 compared to 56,564 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Child Care facility in RTP, North Carolina, consumed 66,774 Btu/GSF in FY 2010. FY 2003 data for this facility does not exist because it began reporting in FY 2006.

The Child Development Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, consumed 81,340 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 77,856 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The REAC Trailers in Edison, New Jersey, consumed 112,060 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 131,755 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Region 2 Laboratory in Edison, New Jersey, consumed 125,133 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 128,155 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Center, Office of Research and Development (ORD), in Ada, Oklahoma, consumed 146,072 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 148,357 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The National Air and Radiation Environmental Laboratory in Montgomery, Alabama, consumed 170,674 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 138,882 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Butler/ORD facility in Edison, New Jersey, consumed 171,523 Btu/GSF in FY 2010. FY 2003 data for this facility does not exist because it began reporting in FY 2007.

The Large Lakes Research Station, in Grosse Ile, Michigan, consumed 219,027 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 295,188 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Western Ecology Division Laboratory, ORD, in Corvallis, Oregon, consumed 223,040 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 219,580 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Gulf Ecology Division Laboratory in Gulf Breeze, Florida, consumed 228,686 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 215,699 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Willamette Research Station (WRS) in Corvallis, Oregon, consumed 233,981 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 237,536 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The New England Regional Laboratory in Chelmsford, Massachusetts, consumed 239,251 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 313,958 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Center Hill facility in Cincinnati, Ohio, consumed 245,066 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 253,397 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Region 10 Laboratory in Manchester, Washington, consumed 265,482 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 339,668 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The National Exposure Research Laboratory and Radiation and Indoor Environments National Laboratory in Las Vegas, Nevada, consumed 273,768 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 258,947 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Science and Technology Center (STC), Region 7 Laboratory, in Kansas City, Kansas, consumed 279,022 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 258,491 Btu/GSF in FY 20041.

The Testing and Evaluation (T&E) Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, consumed 284,815 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 276,924 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Science and Ecosystem Support Division (SESD) Laboratory in Athens, Georgia, consumed 289,923 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 328,444 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Environmental Science Center in Fort Meade, Maryland, consumed 303,576 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 391,080 in FY 2003.

The National Exposure Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development (ORD), in Athens, Georgia, consumed 304,857 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 359,556 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Atlantic Ecology Division Laboratory in Narragansett, Rhode Island, consumed 312,943 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 306,884 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Mid-Continent Ecology Division Laboratory in Duluth, Minnesota, consumed 314,764 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 391,411 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

Agencywide, EPA consumed 317,577 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 388,561 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Andrew W. Breidenbach Environmental Research Center (AWBERC) in Cincinnati, Ohio, consumed 336,835 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 381,579 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Region 8 Laboratory in Golden, Colorado, consumed 346,686 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 386,026 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Pacific Coastal Ecology Branch Laboratory in Newport, Oregon, consumed 351,623 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 176,732 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory in Ann Arbor, Michigan, consumed 351,763 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 326,254 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The New Main facility in RTP, North Carolina, consumed 352,699 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 565,104 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Region 9 Laboratory in Richmond, California, consumed 399,152 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 331,342 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Region 6 Laboratory in Houston, Texas, consumed 544,218 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 567,344 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The National Computer Center (NCC) in RTP, North Carolina, consumed 551,552 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 666,229 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory (NHEERL) in RTP, North Carolina, consumed 585,405 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 677,143 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

The Chapel Hill Laboratory in RTP, North Carolina, consumed 786,682 Btu/GSF in FY 2010, compared to 570,270 Btu/GSF in FY 2003.

 

1 EPA's Kansas City Science and Technology Center (STC) began operations in mid-FY 2003; its FY 2003 baseline uses FY 2004 data as a proxy.

 

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