Carlin Hall is a one-room facility is used as a daycare center and community hall. AIRE upgraded the lighting for efficiency in this small facility in 2009, leading to a decline in electricity use. We weatherized the building and installed a new boiler in the summer of 2010, which cut natural gas use by nearly half over the 2010-2011 winter season. A project to install new siding and insulation at Carlin Hall turned into a structural restoration due to issues that were discovered. Energy use in 2012 is very low because the building was unoccupied for several months. On-going problems with the electricity meter since 2013 means that exact energy use post-restoration will not be known until 2014 or 2015.
- Address: 5711 4th St S
- Building Use: Community Center
- Current Size: 1,600 ft²
- Year Built: 1892
Annual Energy Use Intensity
Site energy intensity is the amount of energy (electricity and natural gas) consumed per square foot of gross building area.
|Annual Electric Usage (kWh)||10,735||11,332||10,360||12,475||12,386||5,351||667|
|Annual Natural Gas Usage (therms)||1,477||1,480||2,065||1,971||1,057||580||753|
|Site Energy Intensity (BTU/ft²)||159,981||162,018||209,973||208,060||92,519||47,661||47,063|
|Source Energy Intensity (BTU/ft²)||240,406||246,593||290,200||302,561||157,433||76,067||49,274|
|Carbon Footprint (metric tons CO2 equivalent)||14||14||17||17||12||6||4|
|EPA ENERGY STAR Rating|
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