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Title: Energy Consumption Website. Team Members: Mendez Oscar ,Redden Ronald . Faculty Advisor: Dr. Blekhman, David and Dr. Abbott, Russell Liaison: Electrical Engineering Department. Department of Computer Science . College of Engineering, Computer Science,


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Energy Consumption Website.Team Members Mendez
Oscar ,Redden Ronald .Faculty Advisor Dr.
Blekhman, David and Dr. Abbott, Russell Liaison
Electrical Engineering Department.Department of
Computer Science .College of Engineering,
Computer Science, and TechnologyCalifornia State
University, Los Angeles
Neo Software
BACKGROUND The California State University Los
Angeles Energy Consumption project was started by
the need for an online interface that would
display the campus current and historical energy
usage. The interface would allow the user to tap
into the energy consumption database for the
CSULA campus and view the exact energy usage for
any particular building for a given day, week,
month, or year (data collection started in 2006).
This information can then be used to evaluate the
campus energy consumption, and make informed
decisions on where to cut energy usage and save
money for the university.
OBJECTIVES Create a website that provides energy
consumption information for all buildings on
campus that has an energy meter. Only one page is
accessible to the public, and pages that show
energy consumption data for the individual
buildings on campus require log-in status. Those
that have login privileges can view energy data
showing more specific information such as daily,
weekly, monthly and yearly energy consumption. A
page also links from the energy website to
Johnson Controls and LADWP. The data that the
website uses will come from the download of
energy readings taken every five minutes from
digital or analog readers placed at various
buildings around campus (not all buildings have a
reader). From there the website will update its
data from last login and refresh every five
minutes thereof.
DELIVERABLES The Energy Consumption website so
far consists of seven web pages. The site is
built using Visual Studio C, powered by Silver
Light. The database backend is built on the
Microsoft SQL server platform. The first page,
which is considered the public page, shows the
total energy consumption for the campus
buildings. From there you link to the login page
to view more content not available to the public.
The login page links to the homepage that shows
the location of the energy meters. The second
page is where the overall energy consumption can
be found for each of the buildings, the third
page is used to query different dates for each
building.
Digital Meter
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