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  • 1. NYSERDA Opportunities for Schools Travis Sleight TRC Energy ServicesEnergy $mart Focus On Institutions Program Associate Project Manager
  • 2. TRC On-Site Services • Benchmarking Report follow-up • Building walk-through…Plug Load Audit • EERE consultant • Board presentation • Guide through the maze of NYSERDA servicesTRC On-Site Services
  • 3. Benchmarking Reports Jackson Electricity John Kennedy Electricity Robert Morris Electricity 60,000 55,000 • Answer questions 50,000 45,000 40,000 • Provide additional 35,000 30,000 information 25,000 20,000 • Discuss strategies 15,000 10,000 5,000 0 Month Jackson Natural Gas John Kennedy Natural Gas 18,000 16,000 EPA Site Energy 14,000 Kennedy EPA Target Reduction 12,000 Score Score needed 10,000 8,000 66 kBtu/sf 75 6.8 kBtu/sf 6,000 4,000 2,000 0 MonthTRC On-Site Services
  • 4. Selling Savings – systems vs plug-load vs community 600 K 550,560 Total Electric Use 550 K 486,550 488,640 500 K 482,240 450 K Plug Load – up 10%/yr 400 K 350 K Community Use 300 K ‘04-5 ’05-6 ’06-7 ’07-8TRC On-Site Services
  • 5. 6/2004-5/2005 Energy Site Electric Heat Heat Energy Cost Square EPA Energy Usage KBtu/sq /Degre Cost ($/stude School Name Feet Students Score (kBtu/sf) (kWh/sf) . ft. e days ($/sq. ft.) nt) Q 146,000 700 68 60.0 7.0 36 4.6 $ 1.30 $ 272 C 166,610 635 78 61.5 5.4 43 6.5 $ 1.08 $ 284 C in 2008-2009 166,610 635 85 52 5.4 34 5.3 $ 1.67 $ 438 F 111,281 543 49 62.4 8.5 33 4.6 $ 0.97 $ 198 O 167,000 566 69 65.2 5.4 47 5.6 $ 1.16 $ 341 P 299,966 62 69.1 5.1 52 6.6 $ 1.17 $ 233 L 116,800 650 54 69.8 7.3 45 6.1 $ 1.42 $ 255 G 100,000 400 26 74.9 6.6 53 6.7 $ 1.65 $ 412 I 100,931 600 54 79.9 5.4 62 7.9 $ 1.12 $ 189 R 267,000 1,000 0 86.5 7.3 62 7.8 $ 1.42 $ 379 R in 2008-2009 267,000 1,000 81 70 6.3 49 6.8 $ 1.49 $ 399 Alfred Almond CS 154,289 735 43 90.3 5.6 71 10.0 $ 1.12 $ 234 K 91,384 461 32 97.8 6.9 74 9.5 $ 1.51 $ 298 S 58,465 450 9 150.5 9.2 119 17.9 $ 1.82 $ 241 Median 52 72.4 6.7 52 6.7 $ 1.24 $ 263 Average 45 80.7 6.6 58 7.8 $ 1.31 $ 278TRC On-Site Services
  • 6. Calculations for Onondaga Central CSD: Four Projects NYSERDA incentives Cost per Projected Projected Projected Total at District Year: not Electric Savings Savings Projected $0.12/kW share at including Savings each year: each year: Cost h Net Cost 20% interest each year 10% gas 15%gas Priority #1: Boilers & HVAC 2,538,741 18,628 2,520,113 504,023 16,801 25,613 16,452 24,679 Priority #2: roof & Insulation 2,970,264 2,970,264 594,053 19,802 Priority #3A 333,742 333,742 66,748 2,225 Priority #3B 982,897 982,897 196,579 6,553 Priority #4 Lighting 1,843,521 6,355 1,837,166 367,433 12,248 6,476 TOTALS 8,669,165 24,983 8,644,182 1,728,836 57,628 32,088 16,452 24,679 $32,088 $32,088TRC On-Site Services TOTAL Gas & Electric 48,540 56,767
  • 7. Calculations for Onondaga Central CSD Onondaga Central Schools: 2008-2009 U.S. EPA Portfolio Manager NY State Schools (2008-09) Energy Cost ($/sq.ft.) Total Energy Use Heating Fuel Use Schools Score Energy Cost Electric Use (kBtu/sq.ft.) (kBtu/sq.ft.) (kWh/sq.ft.) ($/student) NY Average: 50 76 6.1 53 $1.44 $245 OC Jr/Sr High N/A 80.1 6.4 58 $1.64 $399 Rockwell ES N/A 80.3 4.5 65 $1.41 $308 Wheeler ES N/A 79.0 5.9 59 $1.45 $313 District $ 1.50 $ 340TRC On-Site Services
  • 8. Calculations for Onondaga Central CSD Onondaga Central Schools: Lighting plus 10% Heating Energy Savings NY State Schools (2008-09) U.S. EPA Portfolio Manager Score Total Energy Use Heating Fuel Use Schools Energy Cost Energy Cost Electric Use (kBtu/sq.ft.) (kBtu/sq.ft.) (kWh/sq.ft.) ($/student) ($/sq.ft.) NY Average: 50 76 6.1 53 $1.44 $245 OC Jr/Sr High N/A 72 5.6 52 $1.13 $275 Rockwell ES N/A 69 3.0 58 $1.10 $239 Wheeler ES N/A 69 4.7 53 $1.09 $235 District $ 1.10 $ 250TRC On-Site Services
  • 9. Calculations for Onondaga Central CSD Onondaga Central Schools: Lighting plus 15% Heating Energy Savings U.S. EPA Portfolio NY State Schools (2008-09) Manager Score Total Energy Use Heating Fuel Use Schools Energy Cost Energy Cost Electric Use (kBtu/sq.ft.) (kBtu/sq.ft.) (kWh/sq.ft.) ($/student) ($/sq.ft.) NY Average: 50 76 6.1 53 $1.44 $245 OC Jr/Sr High N/A 69 5.6 50 $1.09 $267 Rockwell ES N/A 66 3.0 55 $1.05 $230 Wheeler ES N/A 66 4.7 50 $1.06 $227 District $ 1.07 $ 241TRC On-Site Services
  • 10. FlexTech Program…50/50 cost share up to $1,000,000 (or 10% of energy bill) - paid to NYSERDA contractor…reimbursed to your contractor • FlexTech (NYSERDA contractor or your choice of contractor) – Peak Load Studies FlexTech Cost $50,000 – Energy Procurement Studies – Energy Feasibility Studies NYSERDA Share $25,000 – Retro-Commissioning Net to District $25,000 – Long Term Energy Management studies – Feasibility studies…Renewables TRC can help decide between programs, assist with applications, connect with NYSERDA Program ManagersInterpreter and Advocate - NYSERDA Programs
  • 11. Opportunity!!! Scope of Work: • NYSERDA FlexTech Program (PON Energy Feasibility Study…audit of 1746) as part of your Building specific systems Condition Survey Retro-Commissioning…ensure peak efficiency of recently installed systems • Leverage building aid $$$ Long-Term Energy Management…five • Part of your contract with the A/E year capital budget strategies firm doing your BCS BCS for 557,500 sf (4 buildings @ .13/sf) $ 72,475 $ 72,475 Add: Energy Study portion (@ .03/sf) $ 16,725 NYSERDA Incentive $ 8,362 Net Cost BCS $ 80,837 Building Aid at 80% $ 64,669 $ 57,980 District portion BCS $ 16,168 $ 14,495!Interpret and Advocate - NYSERDA Programs
  • 12. Implementation – the Existing Facilities Program (EFP)…A/E firm should be on top of this Incentives are shared with the taxpayers of NY State…taken off the top! • Pre-Qualified: set amount per equipment – for basic upgrades..,lamps only, occupancy sensor only…list of pre- qualified equipment…90 day “grace period” • Performance based: $0.12 per kWh saved – Upgrading to better than base…direct/indirect lamps, HVAC system upgrade, EE windows or roof insulation, – More than one system – Whole building changes – Energy modeling typically included TRC can help you decide the best option, help with the application, provide continued follow-upInterpret and Advocate - NYSERDA Programs
  • 13. Implementation – the New Construction Program (NCP)…make sure your A/E firm is on top of this New Buildings or major renovations…when building code is required Incentives are shared with the taxpayers of NY State…taken off the top! • Technical Assistance..evaluate options • Pre-Qualified: set amount per equipment – for basic upgrades..,lamps only, occupancy sensor only…list of equipment…90 day “grace period” • Performance based: $0.12 per kWh saved – Upgrading to better than base…direct/indirect lamps, HVAC system upgrade, EE windows or roof insulation – Green building program…LEED or NY-CHPS…additional incentive for modeling…”cap” increases by $100,000 – Commissioning fees • Geothermal systems typically fall here…feasibility and installation incentives TRC can help you decide the best option, help with the application, provide continued follow-upInterpret and Advocate - NYSERDA Programs
  • 14. Implementation – the Renewable Power…Naturally Program…PV, wind turbines, bio-mass • Use NYSERDA providers • Feasibility study support • Implementation support TRC can put you in touch with the right people and help with questions to be askedTRC On-Site Services
  • 15. The TRC Team • Travis Sleight…tsleight@trcsolutions.com.. 518-688-3119 • Don Fudge…dfudge@trcsolutions.com..315-529-9807 • Matt Vadney…mvadney@trcsolutions.com.. 518-688-3122TRC On-Site Services