Opportunities For Energy Efficiency Developments and Improvements
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  • 1. Danny M. Orlando Regional Energy Star Program Manager orlando.danny@epa.gov 404.562.9087 1
  • 2. Knowledge is POWER “The bigger problem is not what people do not know, but what they know that is just not true.” Will Rodgers 2
  • 3. Knowledge is POWER 1047 593 1116 3
  • 4. Knowledge is POWER 4
  • 5. 0 3 6 9 12 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 Costs 5
  • 6. Married? Teenager New HVAC Windows Insulation+ Plugload Line Dry Thermal Additive Metering USAGE 6
  • 7. SAVE SAVE GOOD Citizen Neighbors are DOING BETTER POSITIVE Pursuasion Dr. P. Wesley Schultz, 2011. Cal State 7
  • 8. POSITIVE Pursuasion 8
  • 9. Southeast PROGRESS ENERGY EFFICIENCY is the fastest, cheapest, largest, and cleanest way to save energy and money while creating jobs in US. The most efficient KW is the one you don’t use (negawatt - Amory Lovins). 9
  • 10. ACEEE Report Card 10
  • 11. Times are Changing NC - just fought a proposed repeal of their RPS “For example, every $1 North Carolina invests in tax credits for renewable energy state and local governments are seeing at least $1.87 flow back into their coffers to support core functions of government like transportation, education, and public safety.” Betsy McCorkle, Director of Government Affairs for the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA). 11
  • 12. Mississippi Mississippi Public Service Commission (PSC) - unanimously adopted statewide energy efficiency rules, which require the creation of utility-run energy efficiency programs. The rules are expected to save consumers more than $2.3 billion over the next 20 years and create 9,500 new jobs. Also recently adopted IECC 2009. 12
  • 13. Alabama Alabama Energy and Residential Codes Board voted to adopt the 2009 IRC for new-home construction and the 2009 IECC for commercial construction. “a monumental achievement” for the state. Greg Wren, State Representative 13
  • 14. Georgia Georgia - PSC approved 525 MW of new solar capacity for a total of 825 MW and closing of 15 coal- and oil-fired generating units totaling 2,061 MW. That will be the largest solar portfolio for any investor-owned utility that operates in a state without a RPS. 14
  • 15. Tennessee 15
  • 16. Benchmark and Disclosure MLS Portland - cert Atl - cert Gainsville - HERS Chicago - energy use Colorado - HERS Minneapolis - HERS W. Wisc. - HERS 16
  • 17. SEEA brings together private interests, utilities, governments, public utility commissions, energy service companies, manufacturers, retailers, energy and environmental organizations, low-income energy advocates, large energy consumers and universities to promote energy-efficient policies and practices. 17
  • 18. ENERGY STAR Update 18
  • 19. 87% Brand Recognition 19
  • 20. 20
  • 21. 1 of the Most Influential Brands in the Marketplace 21
  • 22. 22
  • 23. Products 65 categories of certified products/ independently tested 300M certified products purchased in ’12 4.5B products purchased since 1993 ‘ENERGY STAR Most Efficient’ has 1,400 models from 50 manufacturers recognized as ‘the best of the best’ 23
  • 24. Coming Soon Clothes Dryers Game Consoles Lg/Sm Network Equipment Data Center Storage Climate Controls Lab-grade Refrigerators/freezers Lamps - dimming, flicker, noise, distribution... 24
  • 25. New Homes 1.45M Energy Star homes - 100k in ’12 2011 - 26% of new home starts 24 of the top 25 largest builders 15% better than IECC 2009 ENERGY STAR for multifamily High-rise 40 buildings (3,800 units) Peace of Mind - Enduring Quality - Wall to Wall Comfort - Proven Value 25
  • 26. Commercial Properties 20,000 properties are ENERGY STAR certified - 300k have benchmarked 15 building types can use Portfolio Manager for 1-100 11 industry types can earn the ENERGY STAR 35% less energy use than avg. buildings New Portfolio Manager launch - July 10 26
  • 27. Energy Efficiency is Valuable Owners and operators are realizing a wide- variety of value-enhancing benefits of ENERGY STAR Certified office buildings, including: 6.5% greater net rent prices +$30/sq. ft. transaction price 10-11% increase in occupancy 16% increased asset value Lower risk premiums 27
  • 28. Campaigns ENERGY STAR LED Challenge 28
  • 29. Multi-Family This is NOT how you want your customers to live 29
  • 30. Multi-Family Home Market Share 30
  • 31. Building Permits Regional Growth 31
  • 32. Population & Demographic Trends 32
  • 33. Certification Paths All buildings <= 3 stories 4-5 stories with individual HVAC /DHW and < 20% common area 4&5 story with distributed HVAC/DHW and >20% common area All >= 6 stories 33
  • 34. Performance 34
  • 35. High Rise Certification 35
  • 36. Multi-Family LR Activity 77,000 since 2002 36
  • 37. Multi-Family HR Activity 3,800 since 2006 37
  • 38. Multi-Family HR Pipeline 18,000 design phase or completion 38
  • 39. The Value of ENERGY STAR Energy Efficient Affordable Comfortable Durable Financing/Incentives Recognition = 39
  • 40. National Results $ 24 billion saved on utility bills 230 billion kWh saved = 5% US demand Globally - EU, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Switzerland, Taiwan, and Australia In 2012 alone 40
  • 41. Remember -- Energy Efficiency takes Commitment But, I believe our children are worth the commitment 41
  • 42. Danny M. Orlando Regional Energy Star Program Manager orlando.danny@epa.gov 404.562.9087 42