Buildings & Demand Response

Which buildings are impacted by Demand Response?

A variety of demand response strategies have been identified for the following facilities. These strategies will include some of the following building strategies in part or whole: air conditioning system temperatures increased, A/C systems cycling on/off or turned off for the duration of the Test/Event, chilled water set points raised, ventilation systems turned off, and/or non-essential lighting turned off. Some equipment will be run off back-up generators, (Arena pumps, Data Center in Raymond L. Fitz Hall).

  • 1700 South Patterson Building
  • Albert Emanuel Hall
  • Alumni Hall
  • Arena
  • ArtStreet
  • Campus South
  • Chaminade Hall
  • Raymond L. Fitz Hall
  • Cronin Athletic Center
  • Eugene W. Kettering Engineering and Research Laboratories
  • Founders Hall
  • Gosiger Hall
  • Heritage Center
  • Jesse Philips Humanities Center
  • Joseph E. Keller Hall
  • Kennedy Union
  • Lawnview Apartments
  • Liberty Hall
  • Marianist Hall
  • Marycrest Complex
  • McGinnis Center
  • Miriam Hall
  • Music/Theatre Building
  • O’Reilly Hall
  • Power house
  • RecPlex
  • Reichard Hall
  • Rike Center
  • Roesch Library
  • St. Joseph Hall
  • St. Marys Hall
  • Stuart Complex
  • Thomas J. Frericks Athletic and Convocation Center
  • Virginia W. Kettering Hall
  • William S. Anderson Center
  • Zehler Hall
 

The following buildings are asked to voluntarily raise thermostat settings and turn off non-essential lighting, but A/C equipment is not included in the curtailment because of the size/condition of the equipment or because of the type of occupancy that is served by the A/C equipment.

  • 5th Floor of 1700 South Patterson Building (Research area)
  • Shroyer Park Center
  • Science Center
  • Wohlleben Hall

Contact

Steve Kendig
Executive Director Energy Utilization and Environmental Sustainability
(937) 229-3769