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  1. Central Receiving Building

    Associated Project(s): 

    As part of the Lighting Retrofit #5, 573 T-12 fixtures in the Admin Tech Info Building were replaced with more energy-efficient T-8 fixtures. This switch will incur an Annual kWh Savings of 107,680 hours. The simple payback for this project is 1.8 years.

  2. Fourth Street from Armory Avenue to Kirby Avenue

    This project will include resurfacing of Fourth Street from Armory Avenue to Peabody Drive and reconstruction from Peabody Drive to Kirby Avenue. It will incorporate on-street bike lanes, curb bump outs for narrowed crossing distances at selected intersections, and new traffic signals at the intersection of Fourth Street and Peabody Drive.

  3. Sixth Street from Armory Avenue to Gregory Drive

    This project will reconstruct pavement on the worst condition high volume streets and add bike lanes per current campus standards. This work will occur on Sixth Street from Armory Avenue to Gregory Drive. This will also upgrade the traffic signal at the intersection of Sixth Street and Gregory Drive to meet current federal standards and include pedestrian countdown signals.

  4. Campus Bike Project Funding Agreement

  5. Funding Award and Acceptance Letter_ECE Solar

    The new Electrical and Computer Engineering building (New ECE building) will be operational starting the fall semester of 2014, and will be a unique green building on the University of Illinois campus. It is designed to be the most energy efficient engineering building in the world and is targeting LEED platinum certification, the highest rating for efficiency. With the full planned solar energy complement, the building is projected to achieve net zero energy status. The facility will be one of the two largest net-zero energy buildings in the United States. It will be a facility that supports all its own energy needs – on average over each year – leaving no carbon or fossil consumption footprint. Although the ECE building design itself is intended to achieve LEED Platinum certification, the energy objectives go far beyond this rating to true energy sustainability.

  6. Energy Shade Curtains PSL Greenhouses

    Energy shade curtains have many benefits for greenhouses including optimization of natural light reaching the crop canopy and reductions in heating inputs and electricity for cooling equipment and lighting. This is the 3rd phase of funding provided to the Plant Care Facility (Turner Hall Greenhouses) for curtain installation and programming, and 7 additional curtains were installed at a total cost of $71,000. Meters installed in rooms with and without curtains continue to track energy savings, and have shown an overall 50% heating use reduction, 30% electricity use reduction, and 30% water use reduction (for cooling) during fall and winter months.

  7. Student Farm Funding Agreement

  8. Campus Bike Parking Overhaul Phase 1_Funding Award and Acceptance

  9. Burrill and Morrill Rain Garden Spring 2012 Funding Award and Acceptance

  10. Main Library Steam Reduction Project Funding Award and Acceptance Letter

  11. Campus Revolving Loan Fund

  12. Atkins Tennis Center

    Associated Project(s): 

    As part of the Lighting Retrofit #5, 185 T-12 fixtures in Atkins Tennis Center were replaced with more energy-efficient T-8 fixtures. This switch will incur an Annual kWh Savings of 3,886 hours. The simple payback for this project is 2.96 years.

  13. FSI Classroom/ Office Building

    Associated Project(s): 

    As part of the Lighting Retrofit #5, 248 T-12 fixtures in the FSI Classroom/ Office Building were replaced with more energy-efficient T-8 fixtures. This switch will incur an Annual kWh Savings of 40,839 hours. The simple payback for this project is 1.08 years.

  14. FSI Fire Station

    Associated Project(s): 

    As part of the Lighting Retrofit #5, 127 T-12 fixtures in the FSI Fire Station were replaced with more energy-efficient T-8 fixtures. This switch will incur an Annual kWh Savings of 20,183 hours. The simple payback for this project is 1.51 years.

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