Alliance to Save Energy Office Retrofit

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Executive Vice President for Programs and Development Brian Castelli (bcastelli@ase.org) explained the process and cost benefits of the LEED-CI Alliance office retrofit. Brain brings nearly 30 years of national and international experience in the energy field, including expertise in energy efficiency, renewables, emission reductions, and electricity demand reduction.

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Alliance to Save Energy Office Retrofit

  1. 1. Alliance to Save Energy Office Retrofit Brian T. Castelli Executive Vice President, Programs & Development BCastelli@ase.org
  2. 2. The Business Benefits Thanks to Doug Gatlin, USGBC at National Association of Realtors May 13, 2008
  3. 3. The Business Benefits Operating Costs Average Expected Decrease = 8%-9% Main motivator for green in all sectors Energy Use Average Expected Decrease = 30% Building Value Average Expected Increase = 7.5% Operating Income Average Expected Increase = 6.6% Occupancy and Rent Ratios Increased Occupancy = 3.5% Rent Ratio Increase = 3% Thanks to Doug Gatlin, USGBC at National Association of Realtors May 13, 2008
  4. 4. Example Green Building Savings Thanks to Doug Gatlin, USGBC at National Association of Realtors May 13, 2008
  5. 5. A Quick Tour of Our Office Energy-Related Features Energy Star office equipment and appliances throughout State-of-the-art lighting system featuring T5 lamps, dimmable electronic ballasts, advanced fixture design, occupancy and daylighting sensors, and personal controllers LED exit signs Instantaneous hot water heaters reduce energy consumption Enhanced commissioning Renewable Energy Credits
  6. 6. A Quick Tour of Our Office Recycled Construction Waste 4 tons of wire 8 tons of ceiling tile >3 tons of carpet 12 tons of scrap metal
  7. 7. A Quick Tour of Our Office New Material Recycled Content Ceiling tile = 43% pre-consumer Carpet = 19% pre-consumer; 20% post-consumer Vinyl flooring = 35% pre-consumer Kitchen cabinets = 40% pre-consumer (wheatboard) Sheetrock = 28% pre-consumer Steel studs = 25% post-consumer
  8. 8. A Quick Tour of Our Office Go online and take virtual office tour: http://ase.org/section/aboutus/tour/

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