Overall Rating Silver - expired
Overall Score 60.61
Liaison Roxane Beigel-Coryell
Submission Date June 30, 2011
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California State University, Channel Islands
Tier2-6: Energy Metering

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 0.25 / 0.25 Dave Chakraborty
Associate Vice President
Operations, Planning, and Construction
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Does the institution meter all energy consumption (electricity, natural gas, purchased steam, etc.) for at least one building?:

A brief description of the metering system:

California State University Channel Islands (CI) has a vast number of energy meters that are going in various locations. Most of the buildings that are either new or being renovated as part of the Infrastructure Improvement Project are being provided with Shark 200-S electric meters for electricity. The campus will soon be migrating from steam use in Buildings to hot water use; therefore, there will not be a need to meter steam on a building by building basis. However, there is a central steam meter that measures steam flow delivered to the whole campus. Each renovated building will have hot water flow meter and chilled water flow meter. These meters are typically turbine type flow meters (old way) or full bore magnetic flow meters (recent trend). All metered data are intended to be gathered in a central server through either the ALC energy management system (for Chilled water and Hot water) or Campus Ethernet network (for electric meters). CI has currently ongoing software and database work that is designed to show hourly, daily, weekly, monthly and yearly usage numbers and comparisons.

The website URL where information about the metering system is available:

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