Overall Rating Expired
Overall Score Expired
Liaison Joseph Argiro
Submission Date Sept. 12, 2013
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Central Ohio Technical College
PAE-5: Climate Action Plan

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete Expired Brian Boehmer, AIA, FMP
Superintendent
Facilities Planning & Operations
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Does the institution have a plan to mitigate its greenhouse gas emissions that meets the criteria for this credit?:
Yes

A brief summary of the climate plan’s long-term goals:

The campus developed a comprehensive 15-year energy conservation and sustainability initiative in 2008. Starting with the baseline year of 2004, the primary goal was to reduce total energy consumption (kbtu/SF) by 20% by 2014. Through strategies outlined in the plan, the campus was able to exceed the 20% goal ahead of schedule.


A brief summary of the climate plan’s short-term goals:

The campus developed a comprehensive 15-year energy conservation and sustainability initiative in 2008. Starting with the baseline year of 2004, the primary goal was to reduce total energy consumption (kbtu/SF) by 20% by 2014. Through strategies outlined in the plan, the campus was able to exceed the 20% goal ahead of schedule.


Year the climate plan was formally adopted or approved:
2008

An indication of whether institution has made a commitment to reduce GHG emissions a specific amount by a target year:
Yes

List which emissions (scope 1, 2, and/or 3) are included in its GHG emissions commitment:
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The reduction level (percentage) institution has committed to:
20

The baseline year the institution used in its GHG emissions commitment:
July 1, 2004

The baseline emissions level institution used in its GHG emissions commitment:
20

The target year the institution specified in its GHG emissions commitment :
June 30, 2014

The website URL where information about the climate plan is available:
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In addition to the 15-year energy conservation plan, Central Ohio Technical College is a member of the American College and University Presidents' Climate Committment and the University Clean Energy Alliance of Ohio through the Ohio Association of Community Colleges.

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