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									                                10% target 20% target
Elec (kWh)           620,111         62,011   124,022
Tonnes CO2             266.6           26.7       53.3
Cost                 £62,651         £6,265   £12,530
Cost £ per kWh

Gas (kWh)            643,174         64,317   128,635
Tonnes CO2             122.2           12.2      24.4
Cost                 £27,000         £2,700    £5,400
Cost £ per kWh

Water (m3)             8,644          864.4     1728.8
Tonnes CO2                3.5         0.349      0.698
Cost                 £19,252         £1,925     £3,850
Cost £ per m3

Total known tonnes     392.3           39.2       78.5
Action number
                                        Issue




                BMS is not set up correctly so ventilation equipment is
        1
                on unnecessarily




          BMS is not set up correctly and parts of it are running
          in conflict with each other. The under floor heating in
        2
          the reception area appears not to be working and the
          Union uses 4 x 2.8 kW heaters (11.2 kW)


                30-minute electricity consumption data is not
        3
                monitored with a view to improving efficiency
        4 Voltage 246.5


        5 Voltage 246.5


          There is lots of artificial lighting left on unnecessary
        6
          (Actions 6-17 equal 3.2 kW)
          The lights in the stairwell to basement are often on
        7
          unnecessarily (382W)
          The lights in the basement washroom entrance are
        8
          often on unnecessarily (208W)
                The lights in the section of the basement bar corridor
        9
                outside the cellar are often on unnecessarily (104W)
                The lights in the basement bar corridor by the bin
10
                room are often on unnecessarily (572W)
                The lights in the link rooms between the main stairwell
11
                and the bars are left on at all times (total 208W)
   The lights in the main lift lobby areas are left on at all
12
   times (total 416W)
   The lights in the cinema corridor and reception area
13
   are often left on unnecessarily (260W)
                The lights in the Hannah Maclure centre are often on
14
                when there are no visitors (total demand is 3.8 kW)
15 Main stairwell - Ground level. 364W
16 Main stairwell - Level 1. 364W
17 Main stairwell - Level 2. 364W
   All the lights in the beer cellar are left on for the
18
   security camera
     The emergency lighting in the fire escapes is over-
19
     speced (4 kW)




     All the lights are being switched on in some areas as
20
     staff do not know which lights the switches operate




   Some lights and equipment are not being switched off
   as soon as they could be. Cleaners tend to leave
21 lights on at the end of their shifts. All the lights in
   reception tend to remain on from 6am to 2am
   regardless of need.




22 Some lights are being left on through bad practice



     Some equipment is not being shut down over
23
     vacations




     Some equipment is not being shut down over
24
     overnight and at weekends


     Five of the seven Redbus illuminated poster boards
25
     are on 24/7

26 As above

   There are 10 x 50W low voltage GU10s halogen bulbs
   in the Lounge Bar on Level 1 and 12 x 50W low
   voltage GU10s halogen bulbs in the Sports bar (both
27
   in the ceilings in the serving area). These bulbs are
   inefficiency and have a short life compared to low
   energy versions
   The bulbs in the ceiling lamp shades in the Lounge
   Bar are tungsten filament bulbs meaning they are
28
   relatively inefficient and have a relatively short bulb
   life (800W)
   There are approx 12 x 500W beer spot coolers in the
29
   bars


     Most of the air extraction grills were clogged with
30
     grime




31 There is no formal maintenance schedule


     Some of the percussion taps run for too long with one
32
     timed at 44 seconds
   One of the blinds in the cinema was broken and could
33 not be opened. This will cause additional use of
   artificial lighting
   Workstations in open plan / naturally well lit offices are
34
   not equipped with energy efficient desk lamps
     The fridge in the staff kitchen is not fit for purpose -
35
     the glass fronted door is very inefficient

36 The cinema production equipment is left on 24/7
   One of the fridges in the Hannah Maclure Centre is
37
   iced up
   There are several small ice machines / the small glass
38
   washer is in continual use
   Many staff feel cold in the winter leading to the use of
39
   supplementary heaters




     The laser printer uses much more energy to print than
40
     an equivalent inkjet printer on draft setting




41 Motivate staff / volunteers / visitors to do their bit




42 Motivate staff / volunteers / visitors to do their bit
43 Motivate staff / volunteers / visitors to do their bit




44 Motivate staff / volunteers / visitors to do their bit




45 Motivate staff / volunteers / visitors to do their bit


46 Motivate staff / volunteers / visitors to do their bit



47 Motivate staff / volunteers / visitors to do their bit



48 Motivate staff / volunteers / visitors to do their bit
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                                                                                                                 Savings (Tonnes
                                                                                               (KWh [or M3 for
                                                                                                Savings / year
                                                                              savings / year
                                                                                Estimated




                                                                                                                    CO2/year)
                                                                  Estimated




                                                                                                   water])
                                                                                    (£)
                 ENERGY SAVING ACTION                              cost to
                                                                    Union



Amend the BMS settings to reflect term-time usage and trial
changes for start of new term. To include all venue opening
hours, including the Hannah Maclure Centre. Also to include
                                                                     £0            £250              3,250            1.40
the washroom vents and the cleaning cupboards. Review
set point temps with efficiency in mind. Train members of
staff to input room bookings on a weekly basis
Move the BMS to Estates, reset and then set up correctly.
Create a web interface for the Union - so that it can input
room bookings for cinema, Hannah Maclure, etc, and train
three members of staff in Union to do this (to include Bill and
                                                                     £0         £5,750             74,750         32.14
Margaret). Fix the under floor heating in reception area and
the auto window controls in the bars. Remove the 2.8 kW
heaters. Ideally connect up the automated gas and water
meter readings.
Member of Union staff to view consumption data once a
                                                                     £0            £100              1,300            0.56
week to identify successes / opportunities
Contact the energy supplier via the University and request
                                                                     £0         £1,002             13,022             5.60
that the transformer tapped down ASAP
Contact voltage reduction equipment manufacturers
(Powerperfector / Claud Lyons) and ask for a free site visit /     £8,000       £4,293             55,810         24.00
quotes. Ideally the voltage would be reduced to 216.2V.
Invite specialist automated lighting control companies, such
                                                                     £0                £0                    0        0.00
as Ex-Or, to carry out free site audits
Install two motion sensors - one at either end (to be set to 15
                                                                     £40             £80             1,073            0.46
minutes)
Install a motion sensor (to be set to 15 minutes)                    £20             £89             1,363            0.59


Install a motion sensor (to be set to 10 minutes)                    £20             £25                 374          0.16

Install two motion sensors - by lift and by door (set to 10
                                                                     £40           £154              2,059            0.89
minutes)

Install a motion sensor on each level (to be set to 5 minutes)       £80             £82             1,090            0.47


Install a motion sensor on each level (to be set to 5 minutes)      £100             £65                 865          0.37

Install a 360 degree motion sensor (to be set to 10 minutes)         £20             £61                 811          0.35

Install a number of motion sensors in different sections (to
                                                                    £150           £203              2,713            1.17
be set to 15 minutes)
Install a motion sensor (to be set to 15 minutes)                    £20             £75             1,001            0.43
Install a motion sensor (to be set to 15 minutes)                    £20             £75             1,001            0.43
Install a motion sensor (to be set to 15 minutes)                    £20             £75             1,001            0.43
Split the switches so that only one light can be left on.
                                                                     £0              £90             1,170            0.50
Amend notice and train staff.
Investigate reducing the number of sittings permanently lit,
                                                                  £0     £1,704   26,208   11.27
ideally to a total of 0.75 KW for all three




Colour code the main banks of light switches - three colours,
for when the venue is open, when it is closed and for the
cleaners. Also label switches clearly as required (especially
                                                                  £0      £300     3,900    1.68
the 5 x 36w strip lights in windows of the Hannah Maclure
Centre which do not need to be on at all) . Prioritise the
reception area, both bars and the Hannah Maclure Centre




Write a lighting and equipment responsibility plan to cover all
areas of the building for both term time and summer hours.
The plan should state who is responsible for switching on
and off all lighting and equipment and state the ideal times.
Specific references should be made to the lights in lifts
(232W), behind the bar areas (1,750W), checking the
                                                                  £0      £500     6,500    2.80
cinema lights, bar fridge lights (including those in the
Hannah Maclure Centre), switching off the SUB tv screens
(not just on standby), switching off the monitor in the CCTV
room, and switching off the kitchen lights between shifts. the
plan should be referenced in the opening and closing
procedures.
Place reminder stickers by key light switches - specifically in
the lobby areas of the service lift on each floor, the wine and
                                                                  £0       £30      390     0.17
spirit store, the bin room, the staff kitchen (312W) and the
staff toilets (52W)

Write a comprehensive shut down plan for vacations
(Christmas, Easter, summer). Specifically include bottle          £0      £200     2,600    1.12
coolers, games machines, beer cellar

Buy and fit seven-day digital timer plugs (such as the
Timeguard ETU17) to the games machines (x 3 or x 6), the
water coolers (x2) and the laser printer. Ensure that they are
                                                                  £105    £120     1,560    0.67
set to come on one hour earlier than needed and go off one
hour later than needed so that you do not need to reset them
when the clocks go forward/back
Contact Redbus to ask if all new poster boards could be
                                                                  £0        £0        0     0.00
fitted with integral timers
Fit integral timers and manual switches to the five poster
boards (manual switches so they can be switched off over          £50      £50        0     0.00
vacations)


Replace fittings with mains voltage compact fluorescent
                                                                  £264    £291     4,013    1.73
versions (12W) - Bill to see Ian
Replace the 20 x 40W bulbs with dimmable compact
                                                                     £60      £87    1,200   0.52
fluorescent versions

Investigate the feasibility of consolidating through a single
                                                                    £10,000   £486   7,207   3.10
glycol system



Clean ASAP                                                            £0      £20     260    0.11



Write routine maintenance schedule for the building
including cleaning vents, checking for malfunctioning                 £0      £45     585    0.25
percussion taps, urinals, etc.
Agree a maximum acceptable running time. Carry out a
comprehensive survey and adjust or replace any that                  £350     £125           0.02
exceed the maximum time

Carry out a blind survey. Fix or install as required                 £20      £10     130    0.06

Investigate who would like a desk lamp and source as
                                                                     £25      £50     650    0.28
required

Buy an A-rated fridge and fit it with a fridge saver plug            £100     £35     455    0.20

Investigate the implications of switching off - contact installer
                                                                      £0      £75     975    0.42
to seek advice
De-ice and check settings / seal. Fix or replace as required          £0      £20     260    0.11

Investigate consolidation of ice machines / glass washers
Provide warm clothes for staff working in cool areas -
reconsider the staff uniform / source fleeces




Investigate sourcing an inkjet printer and setting it as the
                                                                     £50      £90    1,170   0.50
default printer




Set up a green society



Use the energy tracker to survey the consumption of various
everyday equipment and create an inventory to raise                           £25     325    0.14
awareness amongst staff
Put up a notice by the lift encouraging those able to use the
                                                                              £25        325     0.14
stairs for environmental reasons




Arrange viewing of An Inconvenient Truth for staff and for
                                                                             £100      1,300     0.56
students




Induct all new staff on energy management and provide
                                                                             £100      1,300     0.56
regular reminders for existing staff

Create an eye-catching Carbon Academy branded 'Totaliser'
for the 78.5 tonne carbon target.


Create Carbon Academy branded awareness stickers and
posters


Create a Carbon Academy notice board for the staff room
and regularly update to celebrate success
Seek to set up an aluminium can recycling scheme
Investigate the possibility of investing in solar hot water
heaters and wind turbines - Bill to discuss with Ian
Request a free energy efficiency advice visit from your
electrical supplier
                                                                £19,554   investment by Union
                                                                           £16,957 savings to Union per year
                                                                                                 96.3
  Cost
 benefit   Payback
                        Deadline for     Progress update - January
  ratio     period
                      implementation               2008
(£/tonne    (years)
 saved)




      £0        0.0       ASAP
                                       Building Management System
                                       (BMS) has moved across to
                                       University Estates and Campus
                                       dept. and has been correctly
                                       configured to provide ventilation
                                       and heating which reflects the
                                       opening hours of the Student
      £0        0.0       ASAP         Centre




      £0        0.0     September

      £0        0.0       August


    £333        1.9       August


      £0        0.0       August

     £87        0.5       August

     £34        0.2       August


    £124        0.8       August


     £45        0.3       August


    £171        1.0       August


    £269        1.5       August

     £57        0.3       August


    £129        0.7       August

     £46        0.3       August
     £46        0.3       August
     £46        0.3       August
      £0        0.0       August
 £0    0.0   August

                      All banks of light switches are in
                      the process of being labelled so
                      that Student Centre staff and
                      cleaners know which switches
                      affect which areas. This will
                      reduce the amount of
 £0    0.0   August   unnecessary lighting on around
                      the building. ‘Better Off’ stickers
                      are in place beside banks of light
                      switches and electrical
                      equipment in regular use to
                      remind staff to switch them off
                      whenever they are not in use.



                      The Lighting and Equipment
                      Responsibility Plan is work-in-
                      progress, and when finished will
                      assign responsibilities to
 £0    0.0   August
                      departments and individuals
                      regarding switching on and off of
                      lights and equipment at the start
                      and end of the working day.




 £0    0.0   August


                      A Holiday Shut Down Plan is
                      under construction outlining the
 £0    0.0   August   best practice for holiday periods
                      when the building is closed for
                      any period of time.



£157   0.9   ASAP



 £0    0.0   ASAP


 £0    1.0   August




£153   0.9   August
  £116     0.7    August


 £3,226   20.6    August

                             All air vents are being thoroughly
                             checked and cleaned every 2
    £0     0.0    Ongoing    months in order to increase the
                             effectiveness of the ventilation
                             system.
                             A Building Maintenance
                             Schedule is being put together
    £0     0.0    Summer
                             which will frequently assess any
                             maintenance required

£15,445    2.8    August


  £358     2.0    Summer


   £89     0.5    Summer
                             A new energy efficient fridge in
  £511     2.9    Summer     the staff area has replaced the
                             old and inefficient bar fridge.
    £0     0.0    Summer

    £0     0.0     ASAP

                  Summer

                  October

                             All computers in the office now
                             print to the inkjet printer by
                             default, rather than the less
                             energy efficient laser printer. All
   £99     0.6    Summer
                             printed documents are recorded
                             on a printout sheet, to assess the
                             amount of printing taking place
                             and whether it can be reduced.

                             A People and Planet Society has
                             been set up by students and the
                             Student Association with the aim
                 September
                             of highlighting the environmental
                             situation to both staff and
                             students at the University.


    £0     0.0    Summer
                                                     Notices have been put up beside
                                                     the staff and customer lifts urging
                         £0        0.0    Summer     people to use the stairs
                                                     whenever they can, rather than
                                                     take the lift out of laziness.
                                                     The environmental impact film
                                                     ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ was
                                                     shown to staff recently, with a
                                                     view to improving energy
                         £0        0.0   September
                                                     efficiency in all departments
                                                     around the Student Centre. A
                                                     future viewing is being arranged
                                                     for students as well.
                                                     A staff handbook is being put
                                                     together highlighting the ways in
                         £0        0.0    Summer
                                                     which staff can ensure better
                                                     energy efficiency at work.
                                          Summer

                                                     A Carbon Emissions Project logo
                                                     has been created for use on
                                          Summer     promotional material produced by
                                                     the Student Centre and Student
                                                     Association

                                          Summer
                                         September
                                          August

                                          October


savings to Union per year
                   tonnes CO2 savings
Progress update - March 2008   Progress update - April 2008
number
                                                  Watts used    Watts       Average
 Action                 Appliance                  per hour    actually    Pence per Hours Days
                                                    (max)    used (likely)   kWh
      7 Lights in basement stairwell                     382          382      0.0750   12   6.0
      8 Lights in basement washroom lobby                208          208      0.0650   24   7.0
          Lights in the section of the basement
      9                                                  104         104      0.0675    20   6.0
          bar coridor outside the cellar
       Lights in the basement bar coridor by
    10                                                   572         572      0.0750    20   6.0
       the bin room
       Lights in the link rooms between the
    11                                                   208         208      0.0750    24   7.0
       main stairwell and the bars
    12 Lights in the main lift lobby areas               416         416      0.0750    16   6.5
          Lights in the cinema coridore and
    13                                                   260         260      0.0750    16   6.5
          reception area
    14 Lights in Hannah Maclure Centre                 3,800        3,800     0.0750   8.5   5.0

    15 Lights in main stairwell - ground level           364         364      0.0750    20   5.5
    16 Lights in main stairwell - level one              364         364      0.0750    20   5.5
    17 Lights in main stairwell - level two              364         364      0.0750    20   5.5
    19 Lights in three fire escapes                    4,000        4,000     0.0650    24   7.0
       GU10 50W bulbs in serving areas of
    27                                                 1,100        1,100     0.0725    16   6.0
       both bars
       Bulbs in the ceiling lamp shades in the
    28                                                   800         500      0.0725    16   6.0
       Lounge Bar
        Hours KWh used Cost to run                                      Percentage
Weeks                                  ENERGY SAVING ACTION                        Savings (£)
        a year per year per year                                          saving

   52    3,744     1,430      £107 Install two motion sensors                 75%          £80
   52    8,736     1,817      £118 Install motion sensor                      75%          £89

   50    6,000      624        £42 Install motion sensor                      60%          £25


   50    6,000     3,432      £257 Install two motion sensors                 60%         £154
                                   Install a motion sensor on each
   52    8,736     1,817      £136                                            60%          £82
                                   level
                                   Install a motion sensor on each
   50    5,200     2,163      £162                                            40%          £65
                                   level
   50    5,200     1,352      £101 Install a motion sensor                    60%          £61

   48    2,040     7,752      £581 Install a number of motion sensors         35%         £203

   50    5,500     2,002      £150 Install a motion sensor                    50%          £75
   50    5,500     2,002     £150 Install a motion sensor                     50%          £75
   50    5,500     2,002     £150 Install a motion sensor                     50%          £75
                                   reduce the number of sittings
   52    8,736    34,944    £2,271                                            75%       £1,704
                                   iluminated
                                   Replace with compact flourecent
   50    4,800     5,280     £383                                                         £291
                                   GU10 12W fittings
                                   Replace with compact flourecent
   50    4,800     2,400     £174                                                          £87
                                   12W dimable bulbs
                                                                                        £3,066
         Savings
Savings
         (Tonnes
 (kWh)
           CO2)
   1,073     0.46
   1,363     0.59

    374      0.16


  2,059      0.89

  1,090      0.47

    865      0.37

    811      0.35

  2,713      1.17

  1,001      0.43
  1,001      0.43
  1,001      0.43
 26,208    11.27

  4,013      1.73

  1,200      0.52
 44,773    19.25

								
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