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  • NNA Energy Team Nissan North America, Inc. Nissan Energy Management – The Road Ahead July 18, 2013
  • Americas Region Headquarters Franklin, TN Americas HQs U.S. Manufacturing and Region Headquarters
  • Cross-Functional Energy Management Team View slide
  • Nissan’s Commitments To Improving Energy Performance Cost Reduction On Energy Spend Nissan Green Program 2016 ENERGY STAR® Certification Of Plants DOE Better Plants View slide
  • 2012 NNA Energy Performance 6,820 6,253 5000.00 5500.00 6000.00 6500.00 7000.00 12 Mos Ending 9/11 12 Mos Ending 9/12 KBTU/Vehicle Energy Intensity MMBTU/ Vehicle 3.68 3.91 2.00 4.00 12 Mos Ending 9/11 12 Mos Ending 9/12 TBTU Energy Use Trillion BTU 540,966 621,806 480,000 530,000 580,000 630,000 12 Mos Ending 9/11 12 Mos Ending 9/12 Vehicle Production Units Vehicles Up 14.9% Energy Use Up 6% Energy Intensity Down 8.3% ! Total energy used for NNA sites, including non-manufacturing.
  • Franklin, TN Nissan Americas Headquarters Smyrna, TN Canton, MS 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2009/2010/2011/2012 Top 25% Energy Efficiency Certifications
  • ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year
  • ISO 50001 & Superior Energy Performance (SEP) Southeast Energy Management Demonstration ISO 50001 and SEP Certifications
  • ISO 50001 and SEP Certifications NNA-Smyrna received ISO 50001 and Superior Energy Performance (SEP) Certifications in 2012.  Became the first passenger-vehicle manufacturing facility to attain ISO 50001 and SEP certifications.  Within 3 years of establishing baseline, the Smyrna plant improved energy performance by 7%.
  • The Road AheadHow Things Change in a Couple of Years… • Move to 3 shift operations • Construction and launch of new Paint Plant • Launch of new Li-Ion Battery Plant • Elimination of Coal in Smyrna • Frame-based product move to Canton, MS plant • Expansion of Decherd plant (Mercedes engines) • Global Funding for CO2 projects (from 1 to 3-yr payback) SHIFT_ in opportunities technology improvements and economic change
  • New Paint Plant 4 30% Reduction In Energy Intensity 75% Of Conditioned Paint Booth Air To Be Recycled To Reduce Energy Use Compact Booth Reduces Conditioned Air Volume
  • DOE Showcase Press Event Dr. David Danielson, Assistant Secretary for EERE visits Smyrna Plant April 17, 2013
  • Smyrna Electric Vehicle Battery Plant Plant Design Features: • Reflective White Roof • Translucent Wall Panels For Daylight Harvesting • T5 fluorescent and LED lighting • Variable Frequency Drives • Heat Of Compression Compressed Air Dryers
  • Smyrna Coal Elimination Project Information Construction: July 2012 – Feb 2013 Capital investment: $2.6M Ann. Cost reduction: $1.13M (2.34yr ROI) Ann. CO2 reduction: 14,400Mt (8.6% site) Purpose Reduce CO2 emission and achieve Nissan Green Program (NGP 2016) Construction Area October 2012 CO2 coefficient Coal 2.364 CO2-t/ton Natural gas 0.545 CO2-t/MCF
  • • Theme: Connecting air handler VFD to the NEMAC controls. • Reason: This allows the Central Utilities (cup) to adjust the hertz output to the blower motor in the air handler from the NEMAC screen as needed to save energy. • Results: All 60 AHUs have been completed. 30 AHUs have 75HP motors and 4 AHUs have 40HP motors running at 46 Hz. These units were running at 55 Hz before. • Energy Reduction: 1,310,000 kwh reduction • CO2: 553 metric ton reduction Total Savings > $104,800 Canton Air Handling Unit (AHU) Control Upgrade
  • Free Cooling AtCUPFY12 88 398.6 511.3 435.5 340.4 422.8 $5,632.00 $25,510.40 $32,723.20 $27,872.00 $21,785.60 $27,059.20 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 October November December January February March Hours Operated Savings MonthlySavings YEARTODATESAVINGS KWH:1,783,168 REDUCTION:752mt CO2 COST:$140,582 Canton Evap Chiller (Free Cooling) Project
  • Compressed Air Leak Repair Program
  • ABCD Project
  • The Road AheadSo What’s Next - The Road Ahead……. • CO2 Project Performance Tracking (3MIS) • Energy Performance in Design / Energy Team Approval • Expansion of ISO 50001 and SEP • Involvement with suppliers and dealerships • Employee Engagement / Green Team / Self-selected (Re-energize the team!!!) • Metric for how team is working – What motivates people to participate? • Spreading knowledge – need a platform
  • Thank You!