Watt Watt 2012: Can Students living in residence halls be a part of conserving energy on campus? We believe so! That is why the ECO Pirates, ECU Sustainability Committee, and Campus Living created the Watt Watch Competition. The ECU residence halls will be participating in the 2012 Watt Watch Competition from September 24, 2012 to November 16, 2012. The hall with the greatest cumulative reduction in electrical usage will be awarded $1,000 for use by their hall council for programming.
The Final Standings:
1st Place: Greene Hall with a 30.8% reduction in electrical usage from baseline study.
2nd Place: Jarvis Hall with a 29.4% reduction in electrical usage from baseline.
3rd Place: Fleming/Cotton with a 27.6% reduction in electrical usage from baseline.
Other Hall's Standings are as Follows:
Clement Hall with a 27& reduction
Umstead Hall with a 25.5% reduction
White Hall with a 24.3% reduction
Fletcher Hall with a 23.5% reduction
Aycock Hall with a 21.4% reduction
Bell Hall with a 20.3% reduction
Jones Hall with a 19.9% reduction
Tyler Hall with a 18.3% reduction
Scott Hall with a 13.8% reduction
CHS with a 13.1% reduction
Garrett Hall with a 7.7% reduction
Congratulations to all residence halls for the reduction in energy usage this semester! We knew you could do it!
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