Gunston Bubble

Gunston Bubble

The Gunston Bubble is a unique facility heavily used by residents for a variety of sports programs. It requires a lot of power to keep the Bubble inflated year-round and heated in winter. There are limited efficiency options for this facility.

Energy Use by Month (2007-2013)

Energy Snapshot

  • Address: 2700 S Lang St
  • Building Use: Community Center
  • Current Size: 4,000 ft²
  • Year Built: 1995

Annual Energy Use Intensity

Site energy intensity is the amount of energy (electricity and natural gas) consumed per square foot of gross building area.

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Annual Electric Usage (kWh) 61,760 62,120 69,800 67,520 66,880 67,520 80,840
Annual Natural Gas Usage (therms) 10,817 8,170 6,064 10,178 9,401 4,617 9,093
Site Energy Intensity (BTU/ft²) 323,106 257,226 211,127 312,050 292,081 173,020 296,282
Source Energy Intensity (BTU/ft²) 459,090 290,818 357,574 458,780 436,621 313,216 468,324
Carbon Footprint (metric tons CO2 equivalent) 91 77 70 91 86 61 92
EPA ENERGY STAR Rating

 

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