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Bayview

This is the Second Introductory Workshop for EcoSpark's Wattwize Program.
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Anne Campbell

on 20 April 2010

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Wattwize
What is Wattwize? Audit the Electricity Use of Your School
Create a Conservation Plan
Implement a Conservation Plan
Measure Your Success First, a bit about electricity and Canada How much electricity
does Canada use? 7th largest consumer of electricity in the world! Which countries consume more? In terms of per capita use where we do rank? Who uses more? http://datafinder.worldbank.org/electric-power-consumption Has our electricity consumption per person been going up or down? ? ? ? ? http://graphs.gapminder.org/world/#$majorMode=chart$is;shi=t;ly=2003;lb=f;il=t;fs=11;al=0;stl=t;st=t;nsl=t;se=t$wst;tts=C$ts;sp=4.50709677419356;ti=2005$zpv;v=0$inc_x;mmid=XCOORDS;iid=ti;by=ind$inc_y;mmid=YCOORDS;iid=pyj6tScZqmEcKxvG4lnIreQ;by=ind$inc_s;uniValue=8.21;iid=phAwcNAVuyj0TAlJeCEzcGQ;by=ind$inc_c;uniValue=255;gid=CATID0;by=grp$map_x;scale=lin;dataMin=1960;dataMax=2005$map_y;scale=lin;dataMin=5.71;dataMax=28213$map_s;sma=50;smi=2$cd;bd=0$inds=i37_t001960,,,, But wait... ... is using electricity necessarily bad? What's "wrong" with using electricity? The Environmental Impact of electricity use depends upon its source - electricity generation 508,336,000,000 kilowatt-hours 104,208,880,000 kg GHGs 31,907,189 Honda Civics Driving for a Year Different sources have different environmental impacts Where does Canada's electricity come from? And in Ontario? Ontario Electricity Generation by Source www.ieso.org So what does this mean? Electricity use in each province has a specific environmental impact Not just GHGs - although these are important Emissions Factors Why Conserve in Schools? Total of 1,759,905 kWh 316,783 kg GHGs 26,399 Trees Needed to Absorb 43 Honda Civics Driving for a Year Audit the Electricity Use of Your School
Create a Conservation Plan
Implement a Conservation Plan
Measure Your Success That's why in Wattwize we: What do
these mean? If my laptop use uses 728 kWh a year: This will produce 131 kg of GHG if I live in Ontario This will produce 677 kg of GHG if I live in Alberta This will produce 4.3 kg of GHG if I live in Quebec kg GHG produced = KwH Electricity Used x Emissions Factor How To Do an Electricity Audit Next Steps: Divide school into areas for groups to audit
Run the audit
Compile results and determine possible conservation strategies


Implement the plan!
Check out your results

Use more of our worksheets to do this or host a Conservation Plan Creation Workshop Why Audit? Emery C.I.'s Electricity Consumption,
2008-2009 Contact EcoSpark if you need help, advice or if you have any questions:

wattwize@ecospark.ca http://www.iea.org/stats/electricitydata.asp?COUNTRY_CODE=CA What's the difference between Canada and these countries? We have a small population! 1. United States: 3,824,811 GWh
2. China: 2,676,026 GWh
3. Japan: 1,009,064 GWh
4. Russia: 700,942 GWh
5. India: 566,846 GWh
6. Germany: 527,352 GWh
7. Canada: 508,336 GWh United States: 307,212,123 people
China: 1,338,612,968 people
Japan: 127,078,679 people
Russia: 140,041,247 people
India: 1,156,897,766 people
Germany: 82,329,758 people
Canada: 33,487,208 people 1st - Iceland: 31, 328
2nd - Norway: 24,296
3rd - Finland: 17, 177
4th - Canada: 16,753


United States: 13, 582
China: 2,041
Japan: 8,220
Russia: 6,122
India: 503
Germany: 7, 174 kWh per capita July 2009 est.
CIA World Factbook 2006 Total Electricity Consumption, 2007 International Energy Agency Electricity consumption and generation
Electricity audit skills
Determining the impacts of conservation
Today... Where do you think we rank compared to the rest of the world? formerly Citizens' Environment Watch Anne Campbell
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