Released: Dec 2006
Next CBECS will be conducted in 2007

Table C8.  Consumption and Gross Energy Intensity by Census Division for Sum of Major Fuels for Non-Mall Buildings, 2003: Part 2
  Sum of Major Fuel
Consumption
(trillion Btu)
Total Floorspace
of Buildings
(million square feet)
Energy Intensity for
Sum of Major Fuels
(thousand Btu/
square foot)
West
North
Central
South
Atlantic
East
South
Central
West
North
Central
South
Atlantic
East
South
Central
West
North
Central
South
Atlantic
East
South
Central
All Buildings* ............................... 436 1,064 309 5,485 12,258 3,393 79.5 86.8 91.1
Building Floorspace
(Square Feet)
1,001 to 5,000 ................................ 60 116 36 922 1,207 538 64.9 96.5 67.8
5,001 to 10,000 .............................. 44 103 Q 722 1,387 393 60.5 74.0 Q
10,001 to 25,000 ............................ 65 126 Q 1,164 2,240 810 55.9 56.4 Q
25,001 to 50,000 ............................ 107 112 Q 949 1,672 498 112.5 67.3 Q
50,001 to 100,000 .......................... 64 123 59 642 1,470 650 99.0 83.4 91.3
100,001 to 200,000 ........................ 49 237 Q 614 2,087 Q 79.8 113.5 Q
200,001 to 500,000 ........................ Q 110 Q 395 1,072 Q Q 102.2 Q
Over 500,000 ................................. Q 137 Q Q 1,123 Q Q 122.1 Q
Principal Building Activity
Education ....................................... 45 198 Q 552 2,445 341 81.0 80.9 Q
Food Sales ..................................... Q Q Q Q 223 Q Q Q Q
Food Service ................................. Q 112 Q 206 433 99 Q 259.2 Q
Health Care .................................... Q 120 Q 247 749 219 Q 160.1 Q
  Inpatient ....................................... Q Q Q Q 469 Q Q Q Q
  Outpatient .................................... Q Q Q Q 280 Q Q Q Q
Lodging .......................................... 55 91 Q 595 939 368 92.6 96.8 Q
Retail (Other Than Mall).................. 31 66 Q 337 897 353 93.6 73.4 Q
Office ............................................. 62 155 50 799 1,958 481 77.6 79.3 103.2
Public Assembly ............................ Q 42 Q 377 440 Q Q 94.3 Q
Public Order and Safety ................ Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
Religious Worship .......................... 18 29 Q 395 721 310 46.2 39.6 Q
Service .......................................... 31 Q Q 514 753 307 61.3 73.5 Q
Warehouse and Storage ............... 51 66 Q 994 1,836 390 51.0 35.7 Q
Other .............................................. Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
Vacant ........................................... Q Q Q Q 252 Q Q Q Q
Year Constructed
Before 1920 ................................... 39 Q Q 553 Q Q 70.2 Q Q
1920 to 1945 .................................. Q 40 Q 496 650 300 Q 61.5 Q
1946 to 1959 .................................. 39 88 Q 574 1,097 239 68.5 80.3 Q
1960 to 1969 .................................. 71 98 Q 850 1,379 483 83.5 71.4 Q
1970 to 1979 .................................. 87 152 64 1,039 1,464 789 83.3 103.6 80.7
1980 to 1989 .................................. 41 221 Q 463 2,403 431 89.5 91.8 142.3
1990 to 1999 .................................. 83 327 59 1,091 3,652 766 76.5 89.4 76.6
2000 to 2003 .................................. 30 113 Q 420 1,272 342 72.6 89.0 Q
Climate Zone: 30-Year Average
Under 2,000 CDD and --
  More than 7,000 HDD ................... 225 N N 2,565 N N 87.9 N N
  5,500-7,000 HDD ......................... 98 N N Q N N 74.1 N N
  4,000-5,499 HDD ......................... 113 264 Q 1,597 2,616 Q 70.5 100.8 112.6
  Fewer than 4,000 HDD ................ N 564 Q N 6,422 Q N 87.8 77.6
2,000 CDD or More and --
  Fewer than 4,000 HDD ................ N 237 Q N 3,220 Q N 73.5 99.5
Number of Floors
One ................................................ 149 370 102 2,227 5,753 1,641 66.9 64.3 62.1
Two ............................................... 146 215 104 1,926 2,700 864 76.0 79.7 120.8
Three ............................................. 64 99 Q 703 1,043 442 91.6 95.0 Q
Four to Nine ................................... 69 284 58 579 2,003 355 118.4 142.0 163.0
Ten or More ................................... Q 95 Q Q 759 Q Q 125.3 Q
Elevators and Escalators
(more than one may apply)
Any Elevators ................................ 169 549 134 1,627 4,612 923 104.1 119.1 145.0
Number of Elevators
  One .............................................. 79 115 Q 860 1,475 369 91.5 78.0 Q
  Two to Five .................................. 64 246 Q 644 1,900 386 98.6 129.6 Q
  Six or More .................................. Q 188 Q Q 1,237 168 Q 152.0 Q
Any Escalators .............................. Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
Number of Workers (main shift)
Fewer than 5 ................................. 77 115 40 1,763 2,517 1,107 43.9 45.7 35.8
5 to 9 .............................................. 46 75 36 598 1,284 476 76.5 58.5 74.8
10 to 19 .......................................... 60 97 24 867 1,392 350 69.6 69.9 69.1
20 to 49 .......................................... 99 152 97 876 1,773 701 113.6 86.0 138.6
50 to 99 .......................................... 73 128 Q 742 1,611 Q 98.3 79.7 Q
100 to 249 ...................................... Q 239 Q 397 1,737 Q Q 137.8 Q
250 or More ................................... Q 256 Q 242 1,943 Q Q 131.9 Q
Weekly Operating Hours
Fewer than 40 ............................... 18 41 9 700 1,211 416 26.4 34.0 22.5
40 to 48 .......................................... 55 126 61 1,036 2,109 770 53.1 59.5 78.6
49 to 60 .......................................... 100 165 Q 1,273 3,074 610 78.2 53.7 92.7
61 to 84 .......................................... 72 171 57 845 1,926 600 84.9 88.6 94.2
85 to 167 ........................................ Q 197 Q 558 1,402 Q Q 140.8 Q
Open Continuously ........................ 122 364 108 1,073 2,536 823 114.0 143.6 131.2
Ownership and Occupancy
Nongovernment Owned ................ 344 748 200 4,455 9,049 2,453 77.2 82.6 81.7
  Owner Occupied ......................... 187 365 72 2,416 4,141 967 77.4 88.1 74.2
  Nonowner Occupied ................... 156 378 128 1,942 4,678 1,450 80.4 80.8 88.5
  Unoccupied .................................. Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
Government Owned ...................... 92 316 109 1,030 3,209 940 89.5 98.5 115.8
  Federal ......................................... Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 126.6 Q
  State ............................................ Q 96 Q Q 726 507 Q 132.9 Q
  Local ............................................ 50 168 28 726 2,078 376 68.4 81.0 75.2
Vacancy Status
Completely Vacant ......................... Q Q Q Q 241 Q Q Q Q
Mostly Vacant ................................ Q Q N Q Q Q Q Q N
Partially Vacant .............................. 62 137 26 864 1,980 397 71.5 69.3 64.8
Not At All Vacant ........................... 366 920 283 4,427 10,026 2,898 82.7 91.8 97.7
Number of Establishments
One ................................................ 310 752 223 4,044 8,902 2,707 76.7 84.5 82.4
2 to 5 .............................................. 89 193 Q 970 2,139 385 91.3 90.1 Q
6 to 10 ............................................ Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
11 to 20 .......................................... Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
More than 20 .................................. Q Q Q Q 320 Q Q Q Q
Currently Unoccupied .................... Q Q Q Q 241 Q Q Q Q
Predominant Exterior
Wall Material
Brick, Stone or Stucco ................... 192 514 177 2,082 6,051 1,824 92.4 84.9 97.1
Concrete (Block or Poured) ........... 108 190 73 1,002 2,371 641 108.2 80.1 113.5
Concrete Panels ............................ Q 189 Q 375 1,416 Q Q 133.6 Q
Siding or Shingles .......................... 35 41 Q 711 649 Q 49.7 62.6 Q
Metal Panels ................................... 50 97 Q 1,229 1,450 616 40.4 66.6 Q
Window Glass ............................... Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
Other .............................................. Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
No One Major Type ........................ Q Q N Q Q N Q Q N
Predominant Roof Material
Built-Up .......................................... 137 373 119 1,349 4,125 827 101.8 90.4 143.5
Shingles (Not Wood) ...................... 72 132 48 1,129 1,889 638 64.1 69.7 75.1
Metal Surfacing .............................. 75 137 60 1,616 2,557 1,116 46.7 53.7 53.9
Synthetic or Rubber ....................... 115 292 70 990 2,449 643 116.3 119.2 108.5
Slate or Tile .................................... Q 47 Q Q 624 Q Q 74.8 Q
Wooden Materials .......................... Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
Concrete ........................................ Q Q N Q Q N Q Q N
Other .............................................. Q Q N Q Q N Q Q N
No One Major Type ........................ Q Q N Q Q N Q Q N
Renovations in Buildings
Constructed Before 1980
(more than one may apply)
Any Type of Renovation
 Since 1980 .................................... 169 231 85 1,945 2,304 884 87.1 100.3 96.6
   Addition or Annex ....................... 85 91 46 727 884 392 116.7 102.9 118.3
   Reduction In Floorspace ............. Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
   Cosmetic Improvements .............. 124 141 70 1,525 1,497 677 81.1 94.4 103.5
   Wall or Roof Replacement .......... 73 100 36 871 961 340 83.8 103.6 105.7
   Interior Wall
    Re-Configuration ........................ 75 107 Q 877 1,036 334 85.0 103.7 Q
   HVAC Equipment Upgrade .......... 112 161 63 1,197 1,559 464 93.3 103.1 135.6
   Lighting Upgrade ......................... 97 111 60 1,074 1,186 440 90.7 93.5 137.3
   Window Replacement ................. 40 43 Q 508 505 Q 78.7 85.5 Q
   Plumbing System Upgrade .......... 61 79 Q 721 782 262 84.0 101.6 Q
   Insulation Upgrade ...................... 44 Q Q 512 468 Q 86.6 Q Q
   Other Renovation ........................ N Q Q N Q Q N Q Q
No Renovations Since 1980 .......... 111 172 77 1,566 2,626 971 71.1 65.7 78.8
Building Newer than 1980 ............. 155 660 147 1,974 7,327 1,538 78.7 90.1 95.8
Energy Sources (more than
one may apply)
Electricity ....................................... 436 1,064 309 5,328 12,097 3,220 81.9 88.0 96.0
Natural Gas .................................... 350 693 241 3,593 6,326 2,281 97.4 109.6 105.6
Fuel Oil ........................................... 112 291 Q 961 2,639 341 116.4 110.3 Q
District Heat ................................... Q 220 Q Q 1,243 Q Q 177.4 Q
District Chilled Water ...................... Q 115 Q Q 667 Q Q 172.3 Q
Propane ......................................... 48 116 Q 991 1,548 265 48.2 75.1 39.4
Other .............................................. Q Q Q 222 Q Q Q Q Q
Space-Heating Energy Sources
(more than one may apply)
Electricity ....................................... 185 598 113 2,328 7,347 1,411 79.7 81.4 80.1
Natural Gas .................................... 327 504 223 3,422 4,852 2,110 95.7 103.8 105.7
Fuel Oil ........................................... Q 59 Q 460 627 Q Q 93.5 Q
District Heat ................................... Q 214 Q Q 1,173 Q Q 182.7 Q
Propane ......................................... 23 64 Q 695 908 Q 33.3 70.9 Q
Other .............................................. Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
Primary Space-Heating
Energy Source
Electricity ....................................... 70 334 61 1,058 4,968 791 65.7 67.2 77.2
Natural Gas .................................... 289 445 182 3,091 4,175 1,817 93.3 106.7 100.0
Fuel Oil ........................................... Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
District Heat ................................... Q 210 Q Q 1,149 Q Q 182.9 Q
Propane ......................................... Q Q Q 496 456 Q 29.7 39.7 Q
Other .............................................. Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
Cooling Energy Sources
(more than one may apply)
Electricity ....................................... 404 965 270 4,625 10,969 2,820 87.4 88.0 95.7
Natural Gas .................................... Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
District Chilled Water ...................... Q 115 Q Q 667 Q Q 172.3 Q
Water-Heating Energy Sources
(more than one may apply)
Electricity ....................................... 190 558 140 2,391 7,033 1,581 79.6 79.3 88.9
Natural Gas .................................... 233 476 189 2,382 3,649 1,456 98.0 130.5 130.0
Fuel Oil ........................................... Q Q N Q Q N Q Q N
District Heat ................................... Q 123 Q Q 730 Q Q 168.9 Q
Propane ......................................... Q Q Q 362 391 Q Q Q Q
Cooking Energy Sources
(more than one may apply)
Electricity ....................................... 97 322 76 850 2,611 665 114.4 123.3 114.3
Natural Gas .................................... 123 405 109 913 2,741 786 134.8 147.7 138.2
Propane ......................................... Q Q Q Q 374 Q Q Q Q
Energy End Uses (more than
one may apply)
Buildings with Space Heating ........ 435 1,031 306 5,108 11,012 3,056 85.2 93.7 100.1
Buildings with Cooling .................... 411 1,052 306 4,694 11,474 2,985 87.5 91.7 102.4
Buildings with Water Heating ......... 417 1,026 300 4,720 10,714 2,858 88.4 95.8 105.0
Buildings with Cooking ................... 167 514 129 1,472 4,198 1,055 113.4 122.5 122.3
Buildings with Manufacturing ........ Q Q Q Q 296 Q Q Q Q
Buildings with Electricity
 Generation .................................... 100 280 Q 760 2,396 324 132.1 117.0 Q
Percent of Floorspace Heated
Not Heated ..................................... Q 33 Q 377 1,246 337 Q 26.1 Q
1 to 50 ............................................ 11 71 Q 356 1,105 353 31.6 64.3 Q
51 to 99 .......................................... 39 143 34 513 1,864 309 75.7 76.9 108.4
100 ................................................. 385 817 252 4,239 8,043 2,394 90.8 101.6 105.2
Percent of Floorspace Cooled
Not Cooled ..................................... 25 12 Q 791 784 408 32.1 15.7 Q
1 to 50 ............................................ 100 125 Q 1,571 2,418 472 63.5 51.6 Q
51 to 99 .......................................... 131 230 53 1,325 2,624 459 98.5 87.6 115.2
100 ................................................. 180 697 229 1,797 6,431 2,054 100.4 108.4 111.6
Percent Lit When Open
Zero ............................................... Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
1 to 50 ............................................ 62 56 25 1,178 1,313 505 52.9 43.0 49.4
51 to 99 .......................................... 137 294 84 1,658 3,293 913 82.8 89.3 91.6
100 ................................................. 233 704 200 2,362 7,210 1,730 98.8 97.6 115.7
Building Never Open/
 Electricity Not Used ....................... Q Q Q 281 363 Q Q Q Q
Percent Lit When Closed
Zero ............................................... 113 206 29 1,936 3,431 623 58.4 60.0 46.4
1 to 50 ............................................ 184 443 161 2,192 5,687 1,682 84.1 77.9 95.8
51 to 100 ........................................ Q Q Q Q 491 Q Q Q Q
Building Never Closed/
 Electricity Not Used ....................... 122 364 108 1,197 2,649 942 102.2 137.5 114.7
Heating Equipment (more
than one may apply)
Heat Pumps .................................... 29 297 48 339 3,677 542 84.5 80.8 89.4
  Packaged Heat Pumps ................. Q 199 Q Q 2,145 246 Q 92.6 Q
  Split-System Heat Pumps ............. Q 103 Q Q 1,459 214 Q 70.5 Q
  Individual Room Heat Pumps ........ Q 79 Q Q 1,039 Q Q 76.1 Q
Furnaces ....................................... 203 188 53 2,657 2,772 895 76.5 67.8 59.0
Individual Space Heaters ............... 132 183 37 1,625 2,148 563 81.3 85.4 66.6
District Heat ................................... Q 214 Q Q 1,173 Q Q 182.7 Q
Boilers ............................................ 157 265 134 1,675 2,135 786 93.6 124.0 170.1
Packaged Heating Units ................. 107 372 106 1,135 3,917 1,215 94.3 94.8 87.2
Other .............................................. 33 51 Q 386 905 Q 86.1 56.8 Q
Cooling Equipment (more
than one may apply)
Residential-Type Central
 Air Conditioners ............................ 134 147 36 1,568 1,843 489 85.1 79.6 72.8
Heat Pumps .................................... 28 307 54 317 3,742 586 88.3 82.0 92.6
  Packaged Heat Pumps ................. Q 195 Q Q 2,104 294 Q 92.5 87.4
  Split-System Heat Pumps ............. Q 108 Q Q 1,494 225 Q 72.3 Q
  Individual Room Heat Pumps ........ Q 86 Q Q 1,079 Q Q 80.1 Q
Individual Air Conditioners ............. 96 184 42 1,289 2,218 610 74.1 83.0 68.9
District Chilled Water ...................... Q 115 Q Q 667 Q Q 172.3 Q
Central Chillers ............................... 93 319 87 768 2,489 594 121.7 128.3 146.8
Packaged Air Conditioning
 Units .............................................. 247 478 151 2,581 5,520 1,555 95.6 86.5 97.3
Swamp Coolers ............................. N Q Q N Q Q N Q Q
Other .............................................. Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
Main Equipment Replaced Since
1990 (more than one may apply)
Heating ........................................... 141 179 76 1,754 2,253 886 80.4 79.5 85.3
Cooling ........................................... 176 247 108 2,052 3,111 1,059 85.7 79.2 102.3
Water Heating Equipment
Centralized System ........................ 268 539 190 3,029 5,649 1,890 88.4 95.3 100.4
Distributed System ......................... 61 174 38 920 2,432 469 66.1 71.5 80.6
Combination of Centralized
 and Distributed System ................. 89 314 73 771 2,633 499 114.9 119.1 145.4
Lighting Equipment Types
(more than one may apply)
Incandescent ................................. 321 743 198 3,762 7,028 1,984 85.4 105.7 99.7
Standard Fluorescent .................... 425 1,028 301 5,006 11,245 3,022 84.8 91.4 99.6
Compact Fluorescent ..................... 214 579 186 1,983 4,856 1,262 108.1 119.3 147.4
High Intensity Discharge ................ 140 421 74 1,515 4,053 706 92.6 104.0 104.6
Halogen .......................................... 161 430 68 1,402 3,474 620 115.0 123.9 109.7
Other .............................................. N Q Q N Q Q N Q Q
Refrigeration Equipment
(more than one may apply)a
Any Refrigeration........................... 393 1,003 295 4,544 10,256 2,829 86.5 97.8 104.4
  Commercial Refrigeration ............. 200 686 165 1,835 5,426 1,145 109.1 126.4 144.4
    Walk-In Units .............................. 160 606 150 1,341 4,324 862 119.5 140.1 174.0
    Cases or Cabinets ..................... 150 550 140 1,276 4,246 993 117.9 129.5 140.5
  Residential-Type Units ................. 277 603 165 3,545 7,043 1,834 78.2 85.7 90.1
  Vending Machines ....................... 264 743 222 2,817 7,066 2,056 93.6 105.1 107.9
No Refrigeration ............................. 43 61 Q 941 2,002 565 45.9 30.7 Q
Office Equipment (more
than one may apply)
Computers ..................................... 403 966 293 4,533 10,483 2,724 88.8 92.1 107.6
  With Flat Screen Monitors ............ 184 519 176 1,762 4,768 1,314 104.6 108.8 134.1
Dedicated Servers ......................... 274 684 200 2,796 6,839 1,606 97.9 99.9 124.7
Laser Printers ................................ 228 525 163 2,784 6,059 1,813 81.9 86.7 89.9
Inkjet Printers ................................. 251 619 181 2,489 6,138 1,502 101.0 100.8 120.3
FAX Machines ............................... 373 948 278 4,157 9,973 2,551 89.7 95.1 108.8
Photocopiers .................................. 322 831 241 3,586 8,821 2,211 89.7 94.2 109.1
Number of Computers
None .............................................. 34 98 16 952 1,775 669 35.3 55.5 23.8
1 to 4 .............................................. 81 175 63 1,207 2,124 807 67.5 82.4 78.2
5 to 9 .............................................. 78 71 35 826 1,154 520 94.4 61.5 67.7
10 to 19 .......................................... 50 78 Q 621 1,321 Q 80.8 59.3 Q
20 to 49 .......................................... 68 119 68 736 1,207 437 91.8 98.3 154.6
50 to 99 .......................................... Q 118 Q 305 1,265 Q Q 93.4 Q
100 to 249 ...................................... 56 140 Q 630 1,353 Q 89.0 103.4 Q
250 or More ................................... Q 264 Q 208 2,059 Q Q 128.4 Q
Number of Dedicated Servers
None .............................................. 162 380 109 2,689 5,419 1,788 60.4 70.2 61.0
1 to 4 .............................................. 217 363 159 2,366 4,155 1,272 91.9 87.4 124.8
5 to 9 .............................................. Q 103 Q 212 966 Q Q 106.2 Q
10 to 19 .......................................... Q 121 Q Q 837 Q Q 145.0 Q
20 to 49 .......................................... Q Q Q Q 524 Q Q Q Q
50 or More ..................................... Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 96.6 Q
Number of Photocopiers
None .............................................. 114 233 68 1,899 3,437 1,182 60.3 67.7 57.5
One ................................................ 125 179 63 1,615 2,611 1,016 77.2 68.7 61.6
2 to 4 .............................................. 115 262 102 1,281 3,060 659 89.8 85.8 154.2
5 to 9 .............................................. Q 119 Q 388 1,124 Q Q 105.8 Q
10 or More ..................................... 42 270 44 302 2,026 284 139.8 133.5 155.2
Energy-Related Space Functions
(more than one may apply)
Commercial Food Preparation ........ 167 514 129 1,472 4,196 1,055 113.4 122.6 122.3
Activities with Large
 Amounts of Hot Water .................. 193 518 115 1,678 4,178 949 115.2 124.1 121.6
Separate Computer Area ............... 173 532 121 1,723 5,236 1,028 100.5 101.6 117.9
HVAC Conservation Features
(more than one may apply)
Variable Air-Volume System ......... 155 447 120 1,342 3,818 788 115.5 117.2 152.4
Economizer Cycle .......................... 166 476 105 1,533 3,815 828 108.5 124.7 126.7
HVAC Maintenance ....................... 336 959 261 3,704 9,547 2,258 90.7 100.4 115.5
Energy Management and
 Control System (EMCS) ................ 103 331 80 965 3,426 542 107.2 96.6 148.5
Window and Interior Lighting
Features (more than one
may apply)
Multipaned Windows ..................... 333 696 180 3,738 7,191 1,685 89.2 96.7 107.1
Tinted Window Glass .................... 179 644 129 1,925 6,498 1,169 93.1 99.1 110.1
Reflective Window Glass .............. 69 167 56 711 1,655 257 97.0 100.8 216.5
External Overhangs
 or Awnings ................................... 148 367 111 1,688 3,814 1,022 87.4 96.3 108.4
Skylights or Atriums ....................... 93 173 43 929 1,831 434 100.2 94.4 99.4
Daylighting Sensors ....................... Q Q Q Q 448 Q Q Q Q
Specular Reflectors ....................... 190 499 74 1,896 4,553 785 100.0 109.6 94.0
Electronic Ballasts ......................... 364 869 238 3,987 8,835 2,177 91.4 98.4 109.2
Energy Management and
 Control System (EMCS)
 For Lighting ................................... Q 70 Q Q 810 Q Q 85.9 Q
Equipment Usage Reduced
When Building Not In Full Use
(more than one may apply)a
Heating ........................................... 267 617 203 3,314 7,843 2,124 80.5 78.7 95.7
Cooling ........................................... 265 684 214 3,323 8,678 2,175 79.6 78.9 98.2
Lighting .......................................... 298 668 194 4,037 9,061 2,340 73.9 73.7 83.0
Office Equipment ........................... 134 234 59 1,767 3,468 703 75.7 67.4 83.3
See "Guide to the Tables" or "Glossary" for further explanations of the terms used in this table. Both can be accessed from the CBECS web site - http://www.eia.gov/consumption/commercial/.
 * Figures in this table do not include enclosed malls and strip malls. Mall buildings add an estimated 213 thousand buildings comprising 6.9 billion square feet. In the 1999 CBECS, malls represented 6.6 percent of total consumption.
a The definition for one or more of these row items has changed and may not be directly comparable with past CBECS estimates. See "Guide to the Tables" for discussion of the differences.
Q=Data withheld because the Relative Standard Error (RSE) was greater than 50 percent, or fewer than 20 buildings were sampled.
N=No responding cases in sample.
Notes: ● Statistics for the "Energy End Uses" category represent total consumption in buildings that have the end use, not consumption specifically for that particular end use. ● HVAC = Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. ● Due to rounding, data may not sum to totals.
Source: Energy Information Administration, Office of Energy Markets and End Use, Forms EIA-871A, C, and E of the 2003 Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey.