Question

what is the annual operating cost for a 125,000 sf building
that uses 15000 btu/sf/year and the gas cost is $0.25/mmbtu?

Answer #1

**Answer:** **$ 468.75**

**Solution:**

**Step 1. Find the amount of gas used per
year.**

Given that

- Area of Building = 125,000 sf
- Gas Used = 15000 btu/sf/year

So, for the given building amount of gas used per year = Area of Building (in sf) x Gas Used per sf

=> = 125,000 sf x 15000 btu/sf/year

=> = 1875000000 btu per year

**Step 2. Convert btu per year to mmbtu per
year.**

1 btu = 0.000001 mmbtu

So, 1875000000 btu per year = 1875000000 x 0.000001 mmbtu per year

=> = 1875 mmbtu per year

**Step 3**. **Find Annual Operating
Cost.**

Cost of 1 mmbtu gas = $ 0.25

So,

Annual Operating Cost = amount of gas used per year (in mmbtu) x Cost of 1 mmbtu gas

=> = 1875 mmbtu per year x $ 0.25 per mmbtu

=> = **$ 468.75 per year**

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