State Energy
Efficiency
Program
Department of General
Services and Investor Owned
Utilities
DRAFT
Executive Order B.18.12
The Executive Order mandates
State Agencies to implement
energy efficiency at State
Owned Building...
Executive Order B.18.12
The Executive Order is an unfunded
mandate and thus the Agencies hold the
responsibility to arrive...
Statewide Energy Efficiency Program


The Statewide program created by the Department of General
Services to help State A...
Statewide Energy Efficiency Program










The program is approved by the Governor's Office
The program helps ...
Features & Benefits
 The

energy savings are verified
 Permanent cost effective monitoring
system gets installed prior t...
The State Energy Efficiency Program
 Two



steps energy audit:

Preliminary (PA) – no cost to the client
Investment Gr...
Statewide Energy Efficiency Program
 Managed

by Department of General Services
 Multiple funding sources: DGS revolving...
EXAMPLE SITES & FACILITIES
(including CPUC Building)
ESCO – Energy Service Companies






19 ESCO (Energy Service Company) pool &
performance base contract – guaranteed
ma...
Types of Incentives
•

Custom Program – savings are calculated,
requires a pre-installation and post installation
inspecti...
Incentives for State Agencies
 State of California Partnership Incentive Rates (for
Custom Rebate Programs)
•Lighting
•

i...
Weblinks
 Customer


http://www.pge.com/en/mybusiness/save/
rebates/ief/index.page?

 Business


Rebate Program

Rebat...
Finance Programs
 Example


http://www.pge.com/en/mybusiness/save/
rebates/onbill/index.page?

 Other


- PG&E On Bill...
PG&E Key Contact
Felix Lopez
Strategic Account Manager
Pacific Gas and Electric Company
245 Market Street, 843A
San Franci...
The Statewide Energy Efficiency Program for State Agencies
The Statewide Energy Efficiency Program for State Agencies
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Governor Brown issued Executive Order B-1812, which mandates State Agencies to implement energy efficiency at State Owned Buildings. The Executive Order is an unfunded mandate and thus the Agencies hold the responsibility to arrive at strategies to meet the executive order. The Department of General Services (DGS) was designated as the lead department to assist State Agencies to meet the order. As a result, DGS formed the Statewide Energy Retrofit Program. The Statewide Energy Retrofit Program will utilize the services of pre-qualified “Energy Service Companies” to conduct preliminary assessments and investment grade audits. Contracting will be done through an Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC), thus the savings will be guaranteed by the ESCOs. The Program will use several funding sources including Utility On-Bill Finance Programs, the State’s own revolving loan program, and another loan program called GS $Mart.

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The Statewide Energy Efficiency Program for State Agencies

  1. 1. State Energy Efficiency Program Department of General Services and Investor Owned Utilities DRAFT
  2. 2. Executive Order B.18.12 The Executive Order mandates State Agencies to implement energy efficiency at State Owned Buildings. 
  3. 3. Executive Order B.18.12 The Executive Order is an unfunded mandate and thus the Agencies hold the responsibility to arrive at strategies to meet the executive order.  The Department of General Services (DGS) designated as the lead department to assist State Agencies to meet the order.  As a result, DGS formed the Statewide Energy Retrofit Program. 
  4. 4. Statewide Energy Efficiency Program  The Statewide program created by the Department of General Services to help State Agencies including the CPUC Buildings meet the Executive Order - The CPUC Buildings are managed by the Department of General Services  Partnership with investor owned utilities and State Agencies  Utilize the services of 19 pre-qualified “Energy Service Companies” to conduct preliminary assessments and investment grade audits.  Contracting will be done through an Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC), thus the savings will be guaranteed by the ESCOs.
  5. 5. Statewide Energy Efficiency Program          The program is approved by the Governor's Office The program helps you meet Executive Order 1812 Managed by an experienced DGS project team The program identifies energy efficiency projects The program saves money & reduces greenhouse gases No budget outlay – approved finance programs Qualify for extra utility rebates and incentives Money flows back to your budget Competitively bid – meets State California Contracting Code and State Contracting Manual process
  6. 6. Features & Benefits  The energy savings are verified  Permanent cost effective monitoring system gets installed prior to the project construction for transparent energy savings documentation. Web based, real time, standalone.  Finance Programs and Incentives
  7. 7. The State Energy Efficiency Program  Two   steps energy audit: Preliminary (PA) – no cost to the client Investment Grade Audit IGA) – detailed project development.  No Capital Cost – The IGA, project development/implementation/QC/verific ation at no capital cost to the client.
  8. 8. Statewide Energy Efficiency Program  Managed by Department of General Services  Multiple funding sources: DGS revolving fund, G$ Mart, Utility finance programs.  Loan repayments within existing utility budget. Loan amortization well within implemented measure lifetime.  Flexibility to bundle measures, sites, regions within one project for best payback/funding configuration.
  9. 9. EXAMPLE SITES & FACILITIES (including CPUC Building)
  10. 10. ESCO – Energy Service Companies    19 ESCO (Energy Service Company) pool & performance base contract – guaranteed materialization of proposed savings or compensation for shortage during measure lifetime. Contractor is responsible to identify any IOU rebates & incentives; to apply for the during project development. Total incentives are subtracted from the project cost reducing loan amount.
  11. 11. Types of Incentives • Custom Program – savings are calculated, requires a pre-installation and post installation inspection; including permission to proceed. Follows the State of California Standard Performance Contract (SPC) • Prescriptive Program – savings are deemed ahead of time, ensure you follow the items listed on the utility catalogs. • Savings By Design for New Construction – Provides an incentive for exceeding Title 24 by more than certain percentage.
  12. 12. Incentives for State Agencies  State of California Partnership Incentive Rates (for Custom Rebate Programs) •Lighting • incentives: $0.15 per kwh saved per year All Lighting measures •AC&R I incentives: $0.24/kWh saved per year •AC&R II incentive: $0.18/kWh •Monitoring •Gas   Based Commissioning: $0.24/kWh incentive: $1.00/therm
  13. 13. Weblinks  Customer  http://www.pge.com/en/mybusiness/save/ rebates/ief/index.page?  Business  Rebate Program Rebates (in general) http://www.pge.com/en/mybusiness/save/ rebates/index.page
  14. 14. Finance Programs  Example  http://www.pge.com/en/mybusiness/save/ rebates/onbill/index.page?  Other  - PG&E On Bill Finance Program Finance Programs See Department of General Services  State Energy Retrofit Program (Howard Sacks)  GS$SMART  Revolving Loan Program -
  15. 15. PG&E Key Contact Felix Lopez Strategic Account Manager Pacific Gas and Electric Company 245 Market Street, 843A San Francisco, CA 94105 Office 415-973-1387 Cell 415-407-2315 FAL1@PGE.COM Felix Lopez currently holds a position as Principal and Strategic Account Manager, assigned to serve the energy needs of the California State Agencies. Felix has over 20 years’ experience in the energy and utility industry in both regulated and unregulated sectors, having worked at the height of utility deregulation and direct access. Felix held business development positions at PG&E Energy Services, Chevron Energy Solutions, Motorola Utilities Enterprise Group and returned back to PG&E in 2007. Felix holds a Master’s Degree in Business, Bachelor’s Degree in Science, Green Six Sigma, Certificate in Urban & Regional Planning, and Certificates in Advanced Power Quality and Energy Management.

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