Comprehensive Energy Management
The Office of Comprehensive Energy Management was established to ensure the enterprise-wide strategic management of the procurement of utility commodities and to manage the university’s role in the 50-year partnership with its energy concessionaire, Ohio State Energy Partners (OSEP).
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|Steam||$ 33.4127/thousand pounds|
|Water||$ 9.7215/hundred cubic feet|
|Chilled Water||$ 0.5126/ton hour|
|Natural Gass||$ 16.1897/million cubic feet|
*Utility Costs include all costs associated with the generation, distribution, operations and systems maintenance for each utility on the Columbus campus. For example, electricity costs include the cost of the energy commodity purchased from the competitive marketplace, the state-regulated costs for the delivery of the commodity to campus, the cost to operate, maintain and repair the power distribution system on campus, and any associated capital costs for expansion, additions, or upgrades of those campus systems.
1590 North High Street, Suite 400
Columbus, Ohio 43210
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