This 68-bed detoxification, recovery, and shelter house for adults operates 24 hours a day. Energy use is now about 20 percent below 2000 levels due to equipment monitoring, replacement, and maintenance, plus a modest lighting modernization in 2009.
- Address: 1554 Columbia Pike
- Building Use: Residential Programs & Clinics
- Current Size: 20,864 ft²
- Year Built: 1994
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)||394,176||386,880||369,408||363,648||360,768||354,240||342,336|
|Annual Natural Gas Usage (therms)||10,663||10,615||9,600||11,297||11,127||10,657||11,905|
|Site Energy Intensity (BTU/ft²)||115,569||114,147||106,424||113,615||112,328||109,009||113,044|
|Source Energy Intensity (BTU/ft²)||268,811||264,587||249,949||255,318||252,891||246,968||246,728|
|Carbon Footprint (metric tons CO2 equivalent)||271||267||252||258||255||249||249|
|EPA ENERGY STAR Rating|
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