Energy management – the road ahead

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Energy management – the road ahead

  1. 1. NNA Energy Team Nissan North America, Inc. Nissan Energy Management – The Road Ahead July 18, 2013
  2. 2. Americas Region Headquarters Franklin, TN Americas HQs U.S. Manufacturing and Region Headquarters
  3. 3. Cross-Functional Energy Management Team
  4. 4. Nissan’s Commitments To Improving Energy Performance Cost Reduction On Energy Spend Nissan Green Program 2016 ENERGY STAR® Certification Of Plants DOE Better Plants
  5. 5. 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.
  6. 6. 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
  7. 7. ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year
  8. 8. ISO 50001 & Superior Energy Performance (SEP) Southeast Energy Management Demonstration ISO 50001 and SEP Certifications
  9. 9. 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%.
  10. 10. 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
  11. 11. 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
  12. 12. DOE Showcase Press Event Dr. David Danielson, Assistant Secretary for EERE visits Smyrna Plant April 17, 2013
  13. 13. 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
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15. • 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
  16. 16. 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
  17. 17. Compressed Air Leak Repair Program
  18. 18. ABCD Project
  19. 19. 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
  20. 20. Thank You!

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