Overall Rating Silver - expired
Overall Score 49.07
Liaison Eva Rocke
Submission Date March 21, 2014
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University of Montana
SD-10: Energy Use by Type

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete N/A Cherie Peacock
Sustainability Coordinator
Office of Sustainability
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The percentage of total electricity use from coal.:
60

The percentage of total electricity use from wind.:
7

The percentage of total electricity use from biomass.:
0

The percentage of total electricity use from natural gas.:
7

The percentage of total electricity use from solar PV.:
0

The percentage of total electricity use from geothermal.:
0

The percentage of total electricity use from nuclear.:
1

The percentage of total electricity use from hydro.:
25

The percentage of total electricity use from other.:
0

Provide a brief description.:
This is the approximate fuel mix used by Northwestern Energy, the purchased electricity provider.

The percentage of total energy used for heating buildings from coal.:
0

The percentage of total energy used for heating buildings from biomass.:
0

The percentage of total energy used for heating buildings from electricity.:
0

The percentage of total energy used for heating buildings from natural gas.:
100

The percentage of total energy used for heating buildings from geothermal.:
0

The percentage of total energy used for heating buildings from fuel oil.:
0

The percentage of total energy used for heating buildings from other.:
0

Provide a brief description.:
A small about of heating is from fuel oil but it is a fraction.

If cogeneration, please explain.:
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