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  • 1. BY: JOHN RIZZO PE1A Practical Way to Sustainability“Finding the Energy Savings”
  • 2. Evaluate EnergyUsageEvaluate EnergyPurchasesEnergy SavingsImplementationPlanEvaluateInteractive Effects
  • 3. Energy Analysis—  Evaluate Energy Usage: Disaggregation¡  By Facility Type and Occupancy¡  Energy Usage Pattern (Hourly, DOW, Month)¡  Compare Usage in Similar Campus Buildings—  The Key factors¡  Existing equipment usage¡  Existing equipment schedules¡  Existing occupancy schedule—  Develop Energy Usage Index targets by building typeLook forMismatch
  • 4. Energy Usage Index (/sqft)Building Type à Admin Admin Admin Admin Dorm DormPre Post Pre Post Pre PostSystem Type kWh kWh Therm Therm Therm ThermSteam Heat (No A/C) 1-3 1 70 50 190 110Hydronic Heat (No A/C) 5-8 4-6 80 45 140 80Air Distribution Heat (No A/C) 10-12 7-9 80 45 140 90Hydronic Heat Central A/C 14-18 9-12 80 45 140 90Air Distribution for Heat with A/C 15-12 12-15 80 45 140 90
  • 5. Evaluate Energy Purchases—  Energy Cost Profile¡  Electricity – Evaluate rate schedule and how it affects cost¡  Fuel – What happens over the course of the year?—  Current energy rates¡  Determine the best applicable energy rate for existing systems¡  Determine the best rate upon completion of the energy project
  • 6. Reduce and Control Energy Usageq  Weatherization and Air Sealingq  Heating and Cooling Plant Optimizationq  Heating and Cooling Centralized Control (EMS)q  Lighting and Lighting Controlsq  Cloud Computing - Data Center ConsolidationGenerate New Sources of Localized Energy Productionq  Combined Heat and Powerq  Wind Turbineq  Solar Thermal and PVq  Ground Source Heat Pump (aka Geothermal Energy)Occupant Behavioral Awareness and Changeq  Kinetic Energy Gym Equipmentq  Dormitory Energy ChallengesPathway to Net Zero
  • 7. Final ECM SelectionSite ConditionsInvestmentInteracted SavingsSite-Specific Model GeneratesECM Shortlist20 Technology Categories- Multiple Energy Conservation Measures (ECMs)Measure Selection ProcessGeographic Location of Building (Weather Conditions)Utility Incentive ProgramsUtility Rate StructuresECMECMECM ECMECMECMECMECMECM
  • 8. Page 8Longer Project Term allows for bundling of ECMsENERGY &O&MSAVINGSINTEREST RATECONTRACT TERMPROJECT COSTENERGY &O&MSAVINGSCONTRACT TERMINTEREST RATEPROJECT COSTFinal Implementation Plan is dictated by thePlan ArchitectsBalance the ECMs, financing term, interest rates andCash FlowENERGY &O&MSAVINGSINTERESTRATECONTRACT TERMPROJECT COSTSelf Funded Energy Program
  • 9. ADI Energy Dashboard™ADI develops proprietary interactive ECM selection.See www.ad-institute.com/DCAM.html
  • 10. —  4 Step Evaluation Process—  Very Interactive Selection—  There are Tools Available to Facilitate the Process—  Next presenters:—  Discuss Project Examples in Campus Settings—  DCAMM’s Accelerated Energy ProgramSummary

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