Energy Conservation Incentive Program
The Energy Conservation Incentive Program (ECIP) awards building upgrades on campus in facilities which have produced top energy conservation results. The ECIP encourages energy conservation through the behavioral and structural changes of academic units and cooperation of building occupants. Each year eight campus buildings will receive ECIP awards in two separate categories.
The ECIP measures energy conservation in buildings as the percentage difference of energy usage during the most recent fiscal year compared to the previous fiscal year. Building energy consumption is tracked online in the Energy Billing System (EBS) New users may request EBS authentication from Facilities & Services Utilities & Energy Services (UES) Division.
Energy Conservation Fact Sheet
FY13 Energy Conservation Incentive Program Winners
Energy Advancement Category
- Atmospheric Sciences Building 53.3%
- Spurlock Museum 44.5%
- Main Library 43.1%
- Grainger Engineering Library 41.3%
Occupant Action Category
- Undergraduate Library 35.2%
- Law Building 35.1%
- Christopher Hall 30.6%
- Henry Administration Building 28.4%