Update on Campus Energy Contest: Storrs House in first place, Phi Delta Theta second

The annual Campus Energy Contest, run by the Case Western Reserve University Office for Sustainability, is in its last week. The contest started on Halloween and will run through 11:59 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18. Whichever residence hall or campus-owned Greek house reduces its electricity consumption the most will have a solar-powered charging picnic table installed this spring.

As of Monday, Nov. 12, Storrs House was in first place with a nearly 12 percent energy reduction. The Phi Delta Theta House surged ahead to second place and Sherman House, which was first last week, slipped to third place. Find full standings and percent reductions on the Office for Sustainability’s Energy Contest update page.

Graphs of energy usage for each hall and Greek House can be found on the office’s Energy Contest page as well.