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2012 Critical Issues Summit Energy Panel, Part II
 

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    2012 Critical Issues Summit Energy Panel, Part II 2012 Critical Issues Summit Energy Panel, Part II Presentation Transcript

    • Alwyn A. JohnEnergy Management Coordinator TST BOCES
    • Agenda Part I - The Basics of Energy Management – What You Need to Know Part II - Making Energy Performance Contracting Work for your District Part III - Grab Long Term Benefits from your Capital Projects 2
    • Johnson City Central Schools & TRANE 10 Year EPC relationship 3
    • Making the Case to your BOE Why should a school district consider an Energy Performance Contract?  Fiscally responsible  Budget Control – hedge against unpredictable future energy cost volatility  Address aging infrastructure and deferred maintenance items  Tackles priority needs identified in Building Condition Surveys  Preservation of community assets  Improves student learning/teaching environment How does EPC impact the budget?  Typically reduces district energy 20-30%  Attracts Utility & NYSERDA incentive revenues  Can create building aid revenue stream  Budget neutral (or better)  Uses future energy savings to address needs today 4
    • Financial Impact (Example)Total Program Cost: Debt service over 15 year term: $2,063,415Associated Revenue Streams:Energy savings over 15 year term: $2,154,128Estimated Building Aid: $1,444,391Estimated Incentives (one time revenue): $107,000Net Program Benefit: Budget relief over 15 year program term$1,642,104Note: Given current budget constraints, districts may be able toleverage EPC to help fund additional infrastructureimprovements with no local tax impact. 5
    •  How can an EPC “bridge-the-gap” for a district? What are the keys to a successful long-term relationship between a District and an EPC contractor? 6