Definitions for "Base load"
A volume of energy that serves as a constant load over a period of time.
As applied to gas, a given consumption of gas remaining fairly constant over a period of time, usually not temperature-sensitive.
The minimum amount of electric power delivered or required over a given period of time at a steady rate.
Keywords:  nothing, fans, pumps, cooling, composed
The energy used that has nothing to do with heating or cooling the building. Baseload energy is usually composed of lights and computers and 24/7 fans and pumps.