Water Conversion

steam from power plant

Water is converted to steam and used to make electricity and for heating, air conditioning, and other building functions. After the steam has served its purposes, it is condensed into liquid form, sent back to the power plant, turned back into steam and the cycle continues. About 90 percent of the steam sent out to campus is returned as condensate.

Statistics

1,000 gallons

 

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

Produced

1,3431376

1,366,011

1,240,121

1,206,196

1,236,686

Distributed

1,201,587

1,209,788

1,093,517

988,430

1,001,315

Purchased

52,608

51,949

54,710

53,850

50,630

Commodity Rates

1,000 gallons

 

Fiscal Year '11-'12

Fiscal Year '12-'13

Fiscal Year '13-'14

Fiscal Year '14-'15

Fiscal Year '15-'16

Water/Sewage 

$3.60

$4.26

$3.88

$4.25

$5.05

Questions?

IPF Power and Water
ipf.customer@msu.edu (517) 355-3314