Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Global Forum
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Agenda
1. CES Energy
i. Company overview
ii. Supply side reduction
iii. Demand side redu...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Mission Statement
To deliver renewable and conventional high
efficiency on-site electric...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
UK: CHP, District Heating, Cooling
and on site Energy Systems: 2012
Olympics site @ Sent...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Agenda
1. CES Energy
i. Company overview
ii. Supply side reduction
iii. Demand side redu...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Combined Heat and Power (CHP)
Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is the use of a single proce...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Tri-Generation
• Tri-Generation is the simultaneous production of electricity, heat and ...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Why Tri-generation?
• Tri-Generation offers a use for waste heat on a site when there is...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Biomass CHP
Biomass CHP is the use of a biomass fuel to simultaneously generate both ele...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
15/10/2009 CES Energy Group Overview
Sample Target sites
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
CES Energy CITI Solution
Plant Capacities
• Peak Electrical: 2,000kW
• Peak Heating: 2,5...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
101 Miller Street, Sydney
Plant Capacities
• Peak Electrical: 3,000kW
• Peak Cooling: 2,...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
CES Energy Boston Scientific Solution
Plant Capacities
• Peak Electrical: 1,166 kW
• Pea...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Mixed development in Saudi Arabia
Plant Capacities
• Peak Electrical: 38MVA
• Peak Cooli...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Back-Office Site Monitoring
CES Energy Site Status
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Site Monitoring
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Back-Office Control: P&ID
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Agenda
1. CES Energy
i. Company overview
ii. Supply side reduction
iii. On-Site Power, c...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
CES Energy Concession Contracting
 Engineered energy efficiency
programs
 Provision of...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Energy Concession Contracting
€250M is wasted / year in office buildings in Dublin alon...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Energy Concession Contracting
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Agenda
1. CES Energy
i. Company overview
ii. Supply side reduction
iii. On-Site Power, c...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
The worldwide COThe worldwide CO22-discharge of the data centers is approx.-discharge of...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Energy streams inside the data center
Why is energy efficiency so important?
POWER IN = ...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Interior view
Heat exchanger
• extensive Cu/Al-heat exchanger with
hydrophyle lamella co...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Common technology
Raised floor
Bare floor
assembly loss
unused space
additional deflecti...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Raised floor
Bare floor
New technology
Extended coil surface (+∆A)
Extended filter surfa...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
The beautiful Cold – Free cooling
• From Met Eireann Data the Temperature in Dublin
is a...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Direct Free Cooling
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Data center for automotive industry, Germany
1.500 kW
Energy-saving airconditioning syst...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Energy efficiency is important!
€ 442.188,--/year
€ 249.862,--/year
energy consumption a...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Physikalische Vorteile der Multi-Kompressortechnik
Kälteleistungsstufen: 0% - 50% - 80% ...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Compressor 1 Compressor 2 Compressor 3 Total
Cooling
Capacity
Input
power
Cooling
Capaci...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
P
Tc
Te
3 2
14
H
3I
2I
P
TcI
4I
1I
TeI
H
Carnot Cycle
Tc Kondensationstemperatur [°C]
Te...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Standard Chillers
• R22 Phase Out, may represent a opportunity
• Typically 6 to 8 these ...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Chiller Replacement Proposal
Typical 1000kw chiller
Chiller Capacity COP
Run
Hours kWh C...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
Free Cooling Chillers
Chiller Capacity COP
Run
Hours kWh Cost Per kWh
Running
Cost
Exist...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
CES Energy Partners
CES Energy has formed alliances with a number of strategic partners
...
Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview
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YOUYOU
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  1. 1. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Global Forum
  2. 2. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Agenda 1. CES Energy i. Company overview ii. Supply side reduction iii. Demand side reduction iv. Energy concession contracting v. Data centre example
  3. 3. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Mission Statement To deliver renewable and conventional high efficiency on-site electrical, cooling and heat generation solutions. To supply energy efficient products and services providing substantial financial and CO2 savings to our customers
  4. 4. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview UK: CHP, District Heating, Cooling and on site Energy Systems: 2012 Olympics site @ Sentrum Data Centres, INIS Stratford, Ardmore Oval Road, IBM, IRL: HVAC, CHP, Tri-Generation and on site Energy Systems for AIB, Boston Scientific, Citi, A&L Goodbody, Data Electronics JTI plc, Hilton Hotel, IBM…. Australia: Offices in Sydney and Melbourne. Multiple On Site Energy Centres in large buildings, Mirvac, Sydney University, Corporate Express, Miller Street..... Middle East: 2010 Commenced Tendering for on Site Energy Projects in Saudi Arabia, MENA Group Activity
  5. 5. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Agenda 1. CES Energy i. Company overview ii. Supply side reduction iii. Demand side reduction iv. Energy concession contracting v. Data centre example
  6. 6. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is the use of a single process to simultaneously generate both electricity and useful heat. It is one of the most common forms of energy recycling
  7. 7. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Tri-Generation • Tri-Generation is the simultaneous production of electricity, heat and cooling from a single fuel input • The "waste heat" by-product that results from power generation is harnessed, thus increasing the overall efficiency of the system • A Tri-Generation system consists of a CHP engine/turbine and an Absorption Chiller
  8. 8. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Why Tri-generation? • Tri-Generation offers a use for waste heat on a site when there is no heat demand • Below is a load profile of a typical commercial building showing high summer cooling demand jan feb mar apr may jun jul aug sep oct nov dec 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 Load (kW) Month CHILLING HEATING ELECTRICAL
  9. 9. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Biomass CHP Biomass CHP is the use of a biomass fuel to simultaneously generate both electricity and useful heat in a renewable process
  10. 10. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview 15/10/2009 CES Energy Group Overview Sample Target sites
  11. 11. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview CES Energy CITI Solution Plant Capacities • Peak Electrical: 2,000kW • Peak Heating: 2,544kW Client benefits: • 10% energy cost reduction • Carbon reduction of 2,500 tonnes • CES remote monitor and carry out all operation and maintenance on system ‘ESCo’ type agreement signed 2007 Case Studies
  12. 12. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview 101 Miller Street, Sydney Plant Capacities • Peak Electrical: 3,000kW • Peak Cooling: 2,500kW Benefits to client • No 5 green star building rating • Energy cost savings: 10% • CO2 saving: 10,000 tonnes p.a. Case Studies
  13. 13. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview CES Energy Boston Scientific Solution Plant Capacities • Peak Electrical: 1,166 kW • Peak Heating: 1,260 kW Benefits: • Over €500K per annual savings • Containerised CHP Solution, easy integration • CES remote monitor and carry out all operation and maintenance on system • Carbon reduction 1,500 tonnes Case Studies
  14. 14. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Mixed development in Saudi Arabia Plant Capacities • Peak Electrical: 38MVA • Peak Cooling: 70 MW Benefits to client • Energy cost savings • Conventional design 79MVA, reduced to 38MVA, Capex savings • CO2 saving: 180,000 tonnes p.a. • 25 Year contract Case Study/Project Reference
  15. 15. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Back-Office Site Monitoring CES Energy Site Status
  16. 16. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Site Monitoring
  17. 17. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Back-Office Control: P&ID
  18. 18. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Agenda 1. CES Energy i. Company overview ii. Supply side reduction iii. On-Site Power, cooling and heat Generation iv. Project examples v. Demand side reduction vi. Energy concession contracting vii. Data centre example
  19. 19. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview CES Energy Concession Contracting  Engineered energy efficiency programs  Provision of finance for equipment upgrade programs  No up front investment required  Energy Savings finance improvements  Partnership approach to energy reduction  Flexible contracts 3 – 15 years  Diverting money already being spent Simply press start to reduce your energy costs
  20. 20. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Energy Concession Contracting €250M is wasted / year in office buildings in Dublin alone* Many of the newest buildings are the worst offenders 80% of the buildings we will occupy in 2050 are standing today In typical office buildings savings of 30 – 40% are achievable Businesses are experiencing market cost pressures Energy costs to increase substantially over the next 5 years Future carbon taxes will further increase the cost of wasted energy Wasted energy is wasted profits
  21. 21. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Energy Concession Contracting
  22. 22. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Agenda 1. CES Energy i. Company overview ii. Supply side reduction iii. On-Site Power, cooling and heat Generation iv. Project examples v. Demand side reduction vi. Energy concession contracting vii.Data centre example
  23. 23. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview The worldwide COThe worldwide CO22-discharge of the data centers is approx.-discharge of the data centers is approx. 62 million tons62 million tons.. (source: Sustainable Partner GmbH)(source: Sustainable Partner GmbH) Prognosis: The global power demand of all data centers worldwidePrognosis: The global power demand of all data centers worldwide raises up about 40 % until 2010.raises up about 40 % until 2010. (source: Jonathan Koomey/IDC)(source: Jonathan Koomey/IDC) Is IT the new climate killer?Is IT the new climate killer? Environment aspects
  24. 24. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Energy streams inside the data center Why is energy efficiency so important? POWER IN = HEAT OUT     
  25. 25. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Interior view Heat exchanger • extensive Cu/Al-heat exchanger with hydrophyle lamella coating Filter • extensive cassette filter F5, installed directly on the cooler • easy filter exchange from the front Condensate drain • Inspection openings for cleaning of the condensate drain • Aluminium vessel can be removed deltaclima ® High Efficiency, Innovative CRAC Units
  26. 26. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Common technology Raised floor Bare floor assembly loss unused space additional deflection losses Energy-saving airconditioning systems bad fans efficiency small distance to the housing (<1,5*D) high overpressure on pressure side
  27. 27. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Raised floor Bare floor New technology Extended coil surface (+∆A) Extended filter surface (+∆A) Reduced internal pressure losses (-∆pINT) Reduced power consumption (-∆PW) ∆ clima deltaclima® Energy-saving airconditioning systems
  28. 28. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview The beautiful Cold – Free cooling • From Met Eireann Data the Temperature in Dublin is at or below 6 °C for 24% of the year • The temperature in Dublin is at or below 12 °C for 67% of the year
  29. 29. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Direct Free Cooling
  30. 30. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Data center for automotive industry, Germany 1.500 kW Energy-saving airconditioning systems Energy-saving with DIRECT FREE COOLING
  31. 31. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Energy efficiency is important! € 442.188,--/year € 249.862,--/year energy consumption airconditioning datacenter 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 JanuarFebruar M ärz April M ai Juni JuliAugust Septem berO ktober N ovem ber D ezem ber MWh Weiss Teleclima NEDC2 MWh 1270 m² "Traditional Cooling" NEDC1 MWh 1270 m²
  32. 32. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Physikalische Vorteile der Multi-Kompressortechnik Kälteleistungsstufen: 0% - 50% - 80% - 100% 1 2 Verdampfer Kondensator 3 Kältetechnik
  33. 33. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Compressor 1 Compressor 2 Compressor 3 Total Cooling Capacity Input power Cooling Capacity Input power Cooling Capacity Input power Cooling Capacity Input power COP kW kW kW kW kW kW kW kW kW/kW 1st Stage (50%) 27,2 3,7 --- --- --- --- 27,2 3,7 7,4 2nd Stage (80%) 21,4 4,5 21,4 4,5 --- --- 42,8 9 4,8 3rd Stage (100%) 17,7 5,2 17,7 5,2 17,7 5,2 53 15,6 3,4 Reference Data: •Room: 24°C - 50% RH •Outside air Temperature: 35°C •Condensation Temperature: 50 °C
  34. 34. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview P Tc Te 3 2 14 H 3I 2I P TcI 4I 1I TeI H Carnot Cycle Tc Kondensationstemperatur [°C] Te Verdampfungstemperatur [°C] Kältetechnik
  35. 35. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Standard Chillers • R22 Phase Out, may represent a opportunity • Typically 6 to 8 these chillers have a COP=1.4 to 2.5 • Newer chillers operating on R134a will be operating with a COP of 3.2 to 3.6
  36. 36. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Chiller Replacement Proposal Typical 1000kw chiller Chiller Capacity COP Run Hours kWh Cost Per kWh Running Cost Existing 1000 2 8760 4380000 €0.11 €481,800 New Chiller 1000 3.2 8760 2737500 €0.11 €301,125 Chiller Mech, Elec & Site Works Finance Years Capital Cost €103,572 €120,000 3 €74,524 Energy Savings €180,675 Reactive Maintenance €7,000 Maintenance €5,000 Total -€118,151
  37. 37. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview Free Cooling Chillers Chiller Capacity COP Run Hours kWh Cost Per kWh Running Cost Existing 1000 2 8760 4380000 €0.11 €481,800 Free Cooling 24% 1000 2108 €0.00 €0 Part Cooling 43% 1000 3.2 3802 891093.8 €0.11 €98,020 Electrical Cooling 33% 1000 3.2 2850 667968.8 €0.11 €73,477 Saving €310,303 Chiller Mech, Elec & Site Works Finance Years Capital Cost €134,643 €120,000 3 €84,881 Energy Savings €310,303 Reactive Maintenance €7,000 Maintenance €5,000 Total -€237,422
  38. 38. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview CES Energy Partners CES Energy has formed alliances with a number of strategic partners  Worldwide turnover of €20 billion and over 400,000 employees  Turnover of €1 billion and over 1,000 professionals skilled in all aspects of project execution and delivery.  Responsible for the construction and commissioning of circa 2,000MW power stations in Ireland and UK  State owned company, owns 7% of the land cover of Ireland  Turnover €250m, over 1,200 employees  Top 50 ASX listed company involved in gas and oil exploration and production, power generation and energy retailing  140-year history, Almost 4000 employees and more than 3 million customers in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific  German/Austrian market leader in district heating solutions, manufacturing base in East Germany
  39. 39. Q3 2010 CES Energy Group Overview THANKTHANK YOUYOU

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