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  • Existing relationships and credibility with customers to build upon Regulatory experience Understanding of customer needs Sales people in the field – internal or contracted/channel Partners Technical knowledge Common goals to deliver savings and customer value Fulfillment processes Strong / recognizable brand in all market sectors
  • Existing relationships and credibility with customers to build upon Regulatory experience Understanding of customer needs Sales people in the field – internal or contracted/channel Partners Technical knowledge Common goals to deliver savings and customer value Fulfillment processes Strong / recognizable brand in all market sectors
  • Existing relationships and credibility with customers to build upon Regulatory experience Understanding of customer needs Sales people in the field – internal or contracted/channel Partners Technical knowledge Common goals to deliver savings and customer value Fulfillment processes Strong / recognizable brand in all market sectors
  • Existing relationships and credibility with customers to build upon Regulatory experience Understanding of customer needs Sales people in the field – internal or contracted/channel Partners Technical knowledge Common goals to deliver savings and customer value Fulfillment processes Strong / recognizable brand in all market sectors
  • Existing relationships and credibility with customers to build upon Regulatory experience Understanding of customer needs Sales people in the field – internal or contracted/channel Partners Technical knowledge Common goals to deliver savings and customer value Fulfillment processes Strong / recognizable brand in all market sectors
  • Existing relationships and credibility with customers to build upon Regulatory experience Understanding of customer needs Sales people in the field – internal or contracted/channel Partners Technical knowledge Common goals to deliver savings and customer value Fulfillment processes Strong / recognizable brand in all market sectors
  • Existing relationships and credibility with customers to build upon Regulatory experience Understanding of customer needs Sales people in the field – internal or contracted/channel Partners Technical knowledge Common goals to deliver savings and customer value Fulfillment processes Strong / recognizable brand in all market sectors
  • Existing relationships and credibility with customers to build upon Regulatory experience Understanding of customer needs Sales people in the field – internal or contracted/channel Partners Technical knowledge Common goals to deliver savings and customer value Fulfillment processes Strong / recognizable brand in all market sectors

Energy Into Action  – Commercial Institutional (Hydro One) Energy Into Action – Commercial Institutional (Hydro One) Presentation Transcript

  • Commercial & Institutional Program
    Hydro One
  • Agenda
    • Program Objectives
    • Summary of Program Offerings
    • Description of the Program Initiatives
    Existing Building Retrofits – Small Buildings
    Existing Building Retrofits – Medium and Large Buildings
    New Construction – All Buildings
    Building Commissioning
    Capability Building
    • How do I get started?
  • Objectives
    • Assist owners and operators of C&I buildings, farms, and multi-family residences achieve reduced demand and energy savings through the purchase and operation of energy efficient equipment and to participate in demand response initiatives
    • Facilitate a culture of conservation among these customers and the supply chains that serve them
    • Utilize a whole buildings approach to enable deeper savings for the customer
  • Program Offerings
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  • Small Business Customers
    • Direct Installed Lighting
    • up to $1,000 in equipment upgrades at no charge (lighting, domestic hot water)
    • standard prescriptive incentives will now be available for eligible equipment beyond the initial $1,000
    • Direct Serviced Space Cooling
    • available to customers with roof-top or ground-mounted air conditioning systems with a capacity of 25 tons or less
    • provides up to $750 of services and labour to service the customer’s air-conditioning unit(s)
    • Demand Response
    • existing program features will continue to be offered though June 30, 2011
    • during peak electricity demand times, a signal will be sent to reduce the electricity demand of your central air conditioning system
    • enhanced options to be included in the redesigned program expected in July 2011
  • Existing Buildings - Medium and Large Business Customers
    Pre-Project Assessments
    • eligible participants will receive incentives to complete energy audits or studies
    • audits must be completed by a professional engineer, a Certified Engineering Technologist, or a Certified Energy Manager
    • incentives for medium and large buildings (all sizes) are $0.05ft2, to a maximum of 50% of the energy audit costs or $25,000 for ASHRAE Level II Energy Audit
    • incentives for large building >50,000ft2 are $0.1ft2, to a maximum of 50% of the energy audit costs or $35,000 for ASHRAE Level III Energy Audit
    • incentive levels are intended to cover up to 50% of the cost of the energy audit
  • Existing Buildings - Medium and Large Business Customers
    Equipment Replacement
    • traditionally been categorized as ERIP and other similar programs
    • incentives offered to upgrade to energy efficient technologies
    • Prescriptive: specific measures for which the incentive is prescribed
    • Engineered: potential for additional incentives for the equipment to be installed based on data provided by the customer (i.e. description of equipment being replaced)
    • Custom: requires a more sophisticated process to determine the potential for demand reductions or energy savings
    • incentives for prescriptive projects are as per the prescriptive worksheet which specify the dollar amount per unit installed (i.e. lighting, HVAC, motors, variable speed drives)
    • incentives for engineered and custom projects are:
    • $400/kW or $0.05/kWh for lighting measures to a maximum of 50% of project costs
    • $800.kW of $0.10/kWh for non-lighting measures up to a maximum of 50% of project costs
  • New Construction
    • provide incentive for new buildings to exceed existing codes and standards for energy efficiency
    • Prescriptive and custom approaches will be available
    • incentives for prescriptive projectsare as per the prescriptive worksheet which specify the energy savings assumptions per unit installed, and determine the resulting incentive at a rate of $250/kW
    • incentives for custom projects will depend on the level of savings achieved, to a maximum of 50% of the project costs. In addition, there are incentives for building modeling to a maximum of $10,000; as well as incentives for Design Decision-Makers that were involved in the building design
  • Existing Buildings - Medium and Large Business Customers
    Existing Building Commissioning
    • eligible for General Service >50kW or Large User account categories with single building premises greater than 50,000 square feet in size and with chilled water plants
    • services that would qualify include:
    • development of a plan for commissioning activities
    • procurement of devices and/or software associated with commissioning activities
    • third party services for building commissioning
    • building owner participates by hiring a Commissioning Agent who would undertake a project following pre-defined stages
    Scoping Study
    Investigation Phase
    Implementation Phase
    Hand-off/Completion Phase
    • Incentives will be available for each of the stages
  • Existing Buildings - Medium and Large Business Customers
    Demand Response 1 (DR 1)
    • distribution connected electricity customers voluntarily provide DR capability to voluntarily reduce system peak and increase system reliability
    Demand Response 3 (DR 3)
    • distribution connected electricity customers voluntarily provide DR capability to mandatorily reduce system peak and increase system reliability
  • Capability Building
    3 types of capability building activities will be available:
    Training and Certification
    • Building Operator Training: training and certification focusing on operational energy efficiency opportunities
    • Commissioning: training and certification of qualified agents to provide commissioning services to building owners
    • Energy Manager Training: training and certification of qualified agents to provide expertise/advice for energy efficient opportunities
    • Integrated Energy Efficient Design Facilitator: training and certification of qualified agents to provide energy efficient design services for new buildings
    Energy Efficiency Solutions Provider: shared services for institutional sector to increase awareness and uptake of CDM programs
    Education: incentives for tenant education for residents of multi-family buildings with respect to in-suite energy efficiency and demand response opportunities
  • How do I get started?
    • Please visit your local electrical utility's website for more information, and the application packages for current CDM programs
    • Information regarding the 2011 program release will be made available on your local electrical utility's website, as well as the Ontario Power Authority website at www.everykilowattcounts.ca
    • COMING SOON! Online Application will be made available through an online portal
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