Governor PatrickLt. Governor MurrayThe Commonwealth of MassachusettsDivision of Capital Asset Management & MaintenanceEnergy Efficiency & Sustainable Buildings GroupTony Dover- Energy Project Manager, AICP, LEED BD+CSecretary ShorCommissioner CornelisonSecretary SullivanCommissioner Sylvia1
The Commonwealth of MassachusettsAccelerated Energy ProgramSlide 2Who We AreA&FExecutive Office ofAdministration & FinanceDCAMMDivision of Capital AssetManagement &MaintenanceOFMMOffice of FacilitiesManagement &MaintenanceOPDCOffice of Planning,Design, & ConstructionEnergy Efficiency &Sustainable BuildingsGroup (Energy Team)
The Commonwealth of MassachusettsAccelerated Energy ProgramSlide 3Administrative InitiativesGreen Communities Act (S.B. 2768) on July 2, 2008. Green Communities Division developed.Clean Energy Investment Program, Feb. 25, 2010Accelerated Energy Program, 2012Executive Order 484, "Leading By Example - Clean Energy and Efficient Buildings,"signed on April 18, 2007EO 484 Specifics:20% energy use reductionat executive agencies by 201225% greenhouse gas reduction15% of energy from renewables10% water use reductionMass LEED-PlusLEED CertifiedSmart Growth20% Water ReductionCommissioning20% Energy Improvementover Code
The Commonwealth of MassachusettsAccelerated Energy ProgramSlide 4What We Do - DCAMMScope of DCAMM ServicesPlanningDesignConstruction ($400 million/year)Capital Repairs and ImprovementsLeasingAcquisition and DispositionFacilities MaintenanceEnergy EfficiencyUnder EO 484 DCAMM is Chargedwith:– Initiating comprehensive large-scale energyefficiency projects at all appropriatefacilities over 100,000 square feet.– Undertaking "retro-commissioning" at allapplicable buildings over 50,000 square feet– Considering energy performance in sitingand procuring leased space– Developing a facility maintenance programfor lighting and HVAC systems– Supporting training of client agencypersonnel on energy, water and sustainablepractices– New construction and major renovationover 20,000 square feet must meetMassLEED Plus requirements.Mass. Maritime Academy 660kW wind turbine that willreduce campus electric loadfrom grid by 1.4 million kWhand save $225,000 inelectricity costs.
The Commonwealth of MassachusettsAccelerated Energy ProgramSlide 5What We Do – Energy TeamEnergy Efficiency and Sustainable BuildingsGroup– Manage Energy and Water SavingPerformance Contracting Projects;– Administer State Bond Funded Energyand Water Conservation Projects;– Coordinate Agency participation inUtility Companies ConservationPrograms;– Advise DCAMM staff on incorporatingSustainable Design and EnergyEfficiency in Major Renovation andNew Construction Projects; and– Provide Technical Assistance to otherstate agencies on Energy Efficiency andrenewable energy technologydevelopments and programopportunities.
The Commonwealth of MassachusettsAccelerated Energy ProgramSlide 6What We Do – Energy TeamThe Performance Contracting Program uses the turnkey approachto construction whereby a competitively procured energyservices company (ESCO) or Certified Contractor is responsible forthe design, purchase, installation, and maintenance of energy andwater capital improvements.MGL Ch. 25A Sec 11C.Design- Build Energy Service Agreement (ESA)• DCAMM provides approximately 30% design drawingsComprehensive Energy Service Agreement (ESA)• Contractor is responsible for audit, design, andconstruction of ProjectGreen Communities ActUtility Vendor Terms and Conditions (T&C)• Utility Vendor contracts for less than $100,000• Aggregate limit of $500,000• Once audit is performed DCAMM will evaluate reportand determine the scope of work for the project, if any.• Parties will then enter into a contract.
7AEP OverviewThe AEP will…• Reduce energy consumption by 20-25% over 700 state sites• Create about 4,000 clean energy jobs• Save the Commonwealth an estimated $43 million annually• Improve operations and maintenance through continuoustraining and support• Keep Massachusetts a national leader in energy efficiency
The Commonwealth of MassachusettsAccelerated Energy ProgramSlide 82012 National Recognition#1 in Energy EfficiencyThe American Council for an Energy EfficientEconomy (ACEEE) ranked Massachusettsnumber one in the nation for energy efficiency.#3 in Energy Performance ContractingThe Energy Services Coalition (ESC) rankedMassachusetts third in the mostperformance contracting dollars spent percapita.#7 in LEED Certified Building SpaceThe US Green Building Council (USGBC) rankedMassachusetts in the top 10 states for the mostsquare feet of space to earn LEED certificationper capita.#1
The Commonwealth of MassachusettsAccelerated Energy ProgramSlide 9AEP Program DefinitionThere are 818 sites in the Commonwealth’s capital asset inventory. A total of 118 were excluded from the AEP becausethey are not currently in use, are considered retrofitted through recent prior projects, or do not consume energy. Theremaining 700 sites will be retrofitted in the AEP.StateUniversity,5,880,895 sfCommunityCollege,4,619,486 sfUMassSystem,18,883,538 sfMA. Public Higher EducationSecretariat No. ofSitesNo. ofBuildingsTotalSquareFeetA&F and Misc. 152 751 5,949,165EnvironmentalAffairs248 1,699 5,414,038Health andHuman Services 89 663 8,334,779HigherEducation25 395 11,738,595Judiciary 47 50 2,538,681Public Safety 101 753 8,615,028Sheriff’sDepartments22 148 4,492,546UMASS 16 529 18,844,679Grand Total 700 4,988 65,927,511
The Commonwealth of MassachusettsAccelerated Energy ProgramSlide 10Funding MechanismsClean Energy Investment Program (CEIP) bond funds (est. Feb. 25, 2010)General Obligation (G.O.) BondsUtility Rebates and IncentivesClient Agency Operating Budget FundsRenewable Energy CertificatesDeferred Maintenance FundsGrants and other resources
The Commonwealth of MassachusettsAccelerated Energy ProgramSlide 11Contact InformationMore Information on DCAMMWeb: http://www.mass.gov/dcamMore Information on Accelerated Energy ProgramWeb: www.mass.gov/ dcam/aepContact: Jenna Ide, Deputy DirectorEmail: email@example.comPhone: 617-727-4030 x487My Contact Information:Tony Dover, AICP, LEED BD+CEnergy Project ManagerPhone: 617-727-4030, ext. 446Email: Tony.Dover@state.ma.us