Our first graph shows the overall electricity consumption in the whole building since 2015. The total electricity consumption has decreased considerably between 2015 and 2017, but then it rose again.
As the building complex hosts several different institutions, it is useful to break the numbers down to the consumption data by the different users. The data in the second graph show the numbers for SDU. They look similar and demonstrate that SDU is the biggest consumer at Alsion.
To be able to judge the consumption, that has here a slight increase, it is useful to monitor the consumption per person at SDU.
The graph displays an apparent increase in the consumption of electrical energy per person. And again the years 2020 and 2021 demonstrate effects of partial lockdowns.
While the cleanroom achieved significant savings over the past years, the effects at SDU as a whole are countered by the installation of additional research and development equipment.
The increase in water consumption from 2017 to 2018 is the result of the construction of the new CIE building, when all water supply came from Alsion. At the same time, there was a significant increase in the number of students admitted to the EASV, which also resulted in higher water consumption.
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