LEVEL 1

What’s Powering

the Campus? 

Nonrenewable

Natural Gas

Grid Electricity

Nonrenewable

Off-Campus Solar

Renewable

Hydropower

Carbon Neutral

Electric Substation

Central Heating and Cooling Plant

UC Davis Solar Farm

Renewable

UC Davis

UC Davis Energy Demand

Electricity is used for cooling, plug loads, lighting, and some heating.

Electricity is also used to create chilled water to cool buildings

Natural Gas is used to create steam to heat buildings

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