Energy and Climate Change (EC)

Energy efficient appliances usage are replacing conventional appliances

 
The use of LED lights, fans, and daylighting to save electricity (University of Medan Area, Indonesia)

Description:

The construction of a new building at University of Medan Area has adopted the concept of environmentally friendly buildings using daylighting in the center of the building corridor, the use of 100% LED light bulbs to save electricity.

Smart Building implementation

The use of LED lights, fans, and daylighting to save electricity (University of Medan Area, Indonesia)

Description: Use of cards to turn off the light rooms

Renewable energy produce inside campus

 
The use of solar cell  as the source of renewable energy   The street lighting with solar panels
 
The use of windpower   The combination of the use of windpower and solar panels

Description:

The use of solar panels and windpower is used for the lamps lighting in the laboratory. Street lighting lamps also use solar power along the laboratory and rector bureau.

Electricity Usage per Year (in Kilo Watt Hour)

Electricity consumption (kWh) of Campus 1 of University of Medan Area
in October 2016 - September2017, Indonesia
Electricity consumption (kWh) of Campus 1 of University of Medan Area
in October 2017 - September2018, Indonesia

Description:

The use of electricity starting from March 18 shows an increasing tendency due to the construction of new buildings and the peak occurred in August due to the new student admission activities of academic year 2018/2019.

Elements of Green Building Implementation as Reflected in all Construction and Renovation Policy

The natural lighting and air ventilation
(non AC) on the classroom of Politics,
Social, and Science Faculty of UMA
The open position of the building
created a very good quality of
air ventilation
Natural lighting for new building lighting

Description:

The construction of 4-storey buildings on campus I in an open place allows the air circulation and the lighting process in a proper way.

Please Provide Total Carbon Footprint (CO2 Emission In The Last 12 Months, In Metric Tons)

Total Carbon Footprint (University of Medan Area, Indonesia)

CO2 (electricity) = (533182 KwH/1000) x 0.84 = 447.87 metric ton CO2(bus) = (( 2 x 20 x 5x 240)/100)) x 0.01 = 4.8 metric ton CO2(cars) = (( 76x 2 x 0,5x 240)/100)) x 0.02 = 36.48 metric ton CO2(motorcycle) = ((1478x2x2x 240)/100)) x 0.01 = 141.8 metric on CO2(total) = 447.87 + ( 4.8+ 36.48+ 141.8) = 630.95 metric ton Description: Carbon Footprint: 630.95 metric ton The total carbon footprint divided by total campus population (metric ton per person) = 630.95 /3993 = 0.15 metric ton per person