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Individual EPA Laboratories' Share of Total Energy Use in FY 2010

This pie chart shows the percent share of EPA’s total Agencywide FY 2010 energy consumption associated with each EPA reporting facility.

This chart does not net out green power purchases.

The New Main facility in Research Triangle Park (RTP), North Carolina, accounted for 30.08 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Andrew W. Breidenbach Environmental Research Center (AWBERC) in Cincinnati, Ohio, accounted for 11.84 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Chapel Hill Laboratory in RTP, North Carolina, accounted for 8.80 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory in Ann Arbor, Michigan, accounted for 5.38 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The National Computer Center (NCC) in RTP, North Carolina, accounted for 4.30 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Environmental Science Center in Fort Meade, Maryland, accounted for 4.04 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory (NHEERL) in RTP, North Carolina, accounted for 4.00 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Region 2 Laboratory in Edison, New Jersey, accounted for 2.45 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Atlantic Ecology Division Laboratory in Narragansett, Rhode Island, accounted for 2.30 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Mid-Continent Ecology Division Laboratory in Duluth, Minnesota, accounted for 2.28 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The National Exposure Research Laboratory and Radiation and Indoor Environments National Laboratory in Las Vegas, Nevada, accounted for 2.08 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The National Exposure Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development (ORD), in Athens, Georgia, accounted for 1.95 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Region 6 Laboratory in Houston, Texas, accounted for 1.80 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Western Ecology Division Laboratory, ORD, in Corvallis, Oregon, accounted for 1.76 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Science and Technology Center (STC), Region 7 Laboratory, in Kansas City, Kansas, accounted for 1.64 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Science and Ecosystem Support Division (SESD) Laboratory in Athens, Georgia, accounted for 1.57 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Region 10 Laboratory in Manchester, Washington, accounted for 1.48 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Region 9 Laboratory in Richmond, California, accounted for 1.47 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Gulf Ecology Division Laboratory in Gulf Breeze, Florida, accounted for 1.46 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Region 8 Laboratory in Golden, Colorado, accounted for 1.44 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The New England Regional Laboratory in Chelmsford, Massachusetts, accounted for 1.36 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Pacific Coastal Ecology Branch Laboratory in Newport, Oregon, accounted for 1.12 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Center, Office of Research and Development (ORD), in Ada, Oklahoma, accounted for 1.04 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The National Air and Radiation Environmental Laboratory in Montgomery, Alabama, accounted for 1.00 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Testing and Evaluation (T&E) Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, accounted for 0.84 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Large Lakes Research Station, in Grosse Ile, Michigan, accounted for 0.58 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Center Hill facility in Cincinnati, Ohio, accounted for 0.41 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Incinerator/Waste Handling facility in RTP, North Carolina, accounted for 0.39 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The REAC Trailers in Edison, New Jersey, accounted for 0.35 percent of EPA's total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Willamette Research Station (WRS) in Corvallis, Oregon, accounted for 0.25 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Page Road facility in Research Triangle Park (RTP), North Carolina, accounted for 0.25 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Child Care facility in RTP, North Carolina, accounted for 0.14 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Butler/ORD facility in Edison, New Jersey, accounted for 0.07 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Child Development Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, accounted for 0.04 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Burden/Jenkins facility in RTP, North Carolina, accounted for 0.02 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The AIRS facility in RTP, North Carolina, accounted for 0.02 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

The Publications Warehouse in Cincinnati, Ohio, accounted for <0.01 percent of EPA’s total energy consumption in FY 2010.

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