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WOLVERINE TOWER

WOLVERINE TOWER
3003 S STATE, ANN ARBOR, MI 48108 1658
Building #8090
Area: 224,966 sq. ft.
FY17 total energy expense: $387,865

WOLVERINE TOWER

Current Energy Usage and Expense

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Historical Energy Usage and Expense

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Energy Conservation Measures & Environment Quality

Energy Conservation Measures
Green Lights (2000)
Replaced fluorescent ballasts and fluorescent lamps with high efficiency equipment.
Electricity: 124,931 kWh/yr
Annual Savings: $10,369
VFD for cooling tower fan (2002)
Replaced the existing single-speed cooling tower fan drive for the Wolverine Tower with a variable frequency drive.
Electricity: 51,410 kWh/yr
Annual Savings: $4,267
HHW System Upgrade (2002)
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Natural Gas: 4,566 MCF/yr
Annual Savings: $21,715
Low-Rise AHU upgrade (2004)
Replaced the old variable air volume (VAV) boxes on the air handling systems that serve portions of the low-rise wing of the Wolverine Tower Building. The new VAV boxes will provide improved control of building ventilation.
Electricity: 31,445 kWh/yr
North Campus Heating: 189 MMBtu/yr
Chilled Water: 45 MMBtu/yr
Annual Savings: $4,900

Environmental Quality:
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports that annual energy savings translate directly to reductions in the emissions of certain gases into the atmosphere.  The Energy Conservation Measures implemented in this building have saved 5,459 MMBtu/yr. These measures will reduce 1,590 tons of Carbon Dioxide (CO2), 12,672 lbs of Sulfur Dioxide (SO2), and 6,080 lbs of Nitrogen Oxides (NOX) annually.   This is equivalent to carbon sequestration of 434 acres of forest land or taking 318 cars off the road.

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