Utility Rate Comparison


Utility Rate Comparison by Fiscal Year (FY10 – FY21)

Utility Units FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21
Electricity $ / kwh 0.113 0.107 0.090 0.092 0.087 0.087 0.082 0.080 0.078 0.078 0.078 0.078
Chilled Water $ / mmBtu 14.582 13.601 12.682 13.136 15.264 15.264 15.250 15.186 15.186 15.186 15.969 15.969
Heating Hot Water $ / mmBtu 18.147 17.219 15.630 14.961 14.306 14.971 15.030 15.432 15.432 15.432 16.865 16.865
Steam $ / mlbs 19.896 18.573 16.943 15.900 14.548 15.166 13.872 13.183 13.183 13.183 12.897 12.897
Domestic Cold Water $ / mgal 1.567 1.576 1.563 1.660 1.888 1.888 1.868 2.088 2.085 2.085 2.649 2.649
Domestic Hot Water $ / mgal 13.822 13.442 12.550 12.184 11.771 12.795 12.688 13.234 14.683 14.683 16.376 16.376
Waste Water Treatment $ / m gal 4.277 4.385 4.385 4.503 3.449 3.133 2.972 3.115 3.540 3.540 3.979 3.979
Storm Drainage1 $ / msqft/mo 2.077 6.539 4.817 1.897 3.188 4.431 4.924 4.924 5.836 5.836 10.034 10.034
Solid Waste2 $ / ton 92.870 108.611 130.300 127.620 113.633 128.847 110.935 124.675 134.905 134.905 157.862 135.067
Recycling3 $ / msqft/mo 0.724
Emergency Gen4 $ / unit/month 788.872 477.975 467.881 467.881 413.717 413.717

Notes:

1. Increase in Storm Drainage (SD) rate caused by the need to make significant modification to increase SD capacity and reduce erosion as a result of campus growth.

2. Increase in Solid Waste rate was caused by increased land fill tipping fees and the campus requirement to have a more comprehensive campus recycling program.

3. Beginning in FY21, Recycling will be separate from Solid Waste to better reflect services provided.

4. Emergency Generator Maintenance rate added in FY16 to recover costs associated with operating and maintaining 150 emergency generators to ensure compliance with all federal, state and local laws.

FY10 vs. FY21
($0.310) – 30.9%
$1.387 9.51%
($1.282) – 7.06%
($7.065) – 3.52%
$1.082 69.05%
$2.554 18.48%
($0.248) – 6.97%
$4.198 71.93%
$42.191 45.43%
$0.724 100%
$413.717 100%