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Tracking Energy & Water Use
With Portfolio Manager
September 18, 2013
12:00 – 1:30 PM	
  
www.TnEnergy.org
Agenda:
12:00-12:05 Welcome & Introductions
12:05-12:45 Portfolio Manager® 101
Danny Orlando, US EPA Region 4
Karen Schnei...
Portfolio Manager ® 101
Danny Orlando
U.S. EPA Region 4 Atlanta
ENERGY STAR Program Manager	
  
www.TnEnergy.org
Portfolio Manager 101
Learning Objectives
•  In this session, you will become familiar with EPA’s
ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager® tool and learn...
ENERGY STAR
Commercial Buildings Program
•  Offers a strategic approach to energy management
•  Enables building owners, m...
Value of Benchmarking
Consistent benchmarking in
buildings results in energy
savings and improved
performance
7
Source:
ht...
8
•  Management Tool – Helps business and organizations by offering a
platform to:
–  Assess whole building energy and wat...
Understand
Comparative Performance
9
•  ALL buildings can be benchmarked
•  Benchmarking through Portfolio Manager enables...
To Get Started Benchmarking in
Portfolio Manager
•  Helpful data to have on hand
–  Property Information
•  Function
•  Na...
How To
– Navigate the new Portfolio Manager
– Add a property and enter details about it
– Enter energy and water consumpti...
Navigate the New Portfolio Manager
Five portfolio level tabs
Intuitive navigation – multiple
ways to get to the same place...
Navigate the New Portfolio Manager
13
Portfolio
level
Navigate the New Portfolio Manager
14
Property
level
Edit Property – Basic Information
15
Get Data In
•  3 ways to enter data for your property or
portfolio:
1.  Enter data manually
2.  Upload data using spreadsh...
Get Data In: Manually with the help of
Portfolio Manager prompts
17
Get Data In: Spreadsheet Upload
18
Get Data In: ENERGY STAR Web
Services
•  Enables energy service companies and utilities
to exchange data with Portfolio Ma...
How To
– Navigate the new Portfolio Manager
– Add a property and enter details about it
– Enter energy and water consumpti...
Add a Property
21
Add a Property: Existing Property
22
Basic Property Information
23
Check the Statements that Apply
24
Enter Values for Property Use Details
25
MyPortfolio:
Property Summary Tab
26
Add and Set up a Property: More than
One Building
27
New Campus Features
28
How To
– Navigate the new Portfolio Manager
– Add a property and enter details about it
– Enter energy and water consumpti...
MyPortfolio:
Property Meters Tab
30
Add Meters
31
Answer Questions About Energy Use
in Your Property
32
Enter Additional Information
33
About Your Meters
34
Click in Table to Edit Meter
Information
35
Add Energy Consumption Information
36
Expand
meter by
clicking
arrow
Add Meter Entries and Fill in Data
37
Upload a
spreadsheet,
using
template
Click
the “+”
to add
entries
Meters to add to Total Consumption
38
Property Meters Tab: Meters Added
and Displayed
39
Notification
Click
for
details
View Meter Data and Manage Bills for
Your Property
40
How To
– Navigate the new Portfolio Manager
– Add a property and enter details about it
– Enter energy and water consumpti...
How to Share Properties
•  3 Steps:
1.  Connect with others via the My Contacts page
2.  Share one or more of your propert...
Add and Connect with Contacts
43
Find Contacts
44
Send Connection Request to Contact
45
Connection Request Confirmed
46
Contact Receives and Accepts
Connection Request
47
Connection Confirmed
48
Sharing Tab – Overview
49
Share Your Property:
Multiple Properties
50
One Property
Multiple Properties
All Properties
Share Your Property:
Multiple Properties
51
Select Permissions
52
Click arrow
to show/hide
permissions
options
Choose
permissions
Sharing Notifications Appear in Both
Accounts
53
User who shares
a property
receives a
notification
User with whom
a prope...
Edit/Update Sharing Permissions
54
How To
– Navigate the new Portfolio Manager
– Add a property and enter details about it
– Enter energy and water consumpti...
Reporting Tab
56
Choose from
Pre-set Chart
& Graph
options Download
Performance
Documents
Create and
generate
Templates &
...
Reporting Tab:
Charts & Graphs
57
•  Each of the figures can
be printed or
downloaded for easy
insertion into a
presentati...
Reporting Tab
58
Choose from
Pre-set Chart
& Graph
options Download
Performance
Documents
Create and
generate
Templates &
...
Custom Reporting
59
Create your
own report
Custom Reporting
60
Use Your Template
61
Bottom of
Reporting
Tab: new
template
appears
Click links or use
drop-down menu
to share your
templat...
Standard Reports
•  Performance Highlights
•  Energy Performance
•  Emissions Performance
•  Water Performance
•  Fuel Per...
How To
– Navigate the new Portfolio Manager
– Add a property and enter details about it
– Enter energy and water consumpti...
Responding to Data Requests
64
Data Request Preview
65
Reporting Tab
Data Request
displays in
“Templates &
Reports” list
Respond to Data Request
66
Recap
•  We learned how to:
– Navigate the new Portfolio Manager
– Add a property and enter details about it
– Enter energ...
Extra Help
•  Visit: www.energystar.gov/buildingshelp
•  Additional Portfolio Manager training resources available at:
www...
69
Questions?
If you have any questions on Portfolio Manager or the
ENERGY STAR program, contact us at:
www.energystar.gov...
Eastman Chemical Energy
Management Leading by Example
Sharon Nolen
Manager, Corporate Energy Program
Eastman Chemical	
  
...
Using ENERGY STAR® resources
to improve building efficiency and
engage employees
Sharon Nolen, P.E., CEM
TN Energy Educati...
Agenda
 Eastman Chemical Company overview
 Building 469: A case study
 ENERGY STAR® Battle of the Buildings
Eastman Chemical Company overview
Building 469: A case study
ENERGY STAR® Battle of the Buildings
Who we are
  A global specialty chemical company headquartered in Kingsport, Tennessee
  Approximately 13,500 employees ...
75
Our business structure
Additives &
functional
products
Fibers
Adhesives &
plasticizers
Advanced
materials
Specialty flu...
 Continuously improve energy efficiency and minimize
overall energy impact while contributing to regulatory
compliance
 ...
Eastman Chemical Company overview
Building 469: A case study
ENERGY STAR® Battle of the Buildings
Building 469: A case study
  14,960 square feet
  37 people
  53 computers
  8 heat pumps
  Fixed outside air flow
 ...
Significant energy reduction in B469
B469 met the ENERGY STAR® goal in < 2
years and reduced its annual energy use 58%
How B469 earned ENERGY STAR® certification
  Lighting changes
•  More efficient lighting
•  Fewer light fixtures
  Monit...
How B469 earned ENERGY STAR® certification
  Occupant involvement
•  Turn off lights at the end of the work day
•  Put co...
Eastman Chemical Company Overview
Building 469: A case study
ENERGY STAR® Battle of the Buildings
GOAL
Reduce building
energy use intensity,
EUI, 20% in one year.
In the 2012 Battle of the Buildings
 We entered 3 office buildings
 2 buildings exceeded the EUI reduction goal
 2 buil...
All 3 are on target to exceed the goal
Continued energy use intensity reduction in
the 2013 competition
 Building automation system
•  Use occupancy schedule to...
Communication with occupants
Communication with occupants
Future plans to use
ENERGY STAR® portfolio manager
 Eastman headquarters
 Eastman employee center
 Warehouse
 Data cen...
Summary
 Portfolio Manager is a valuable tool
•  Provides quantitative feedback to individuals
•  Allows assessment of th...
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Questions?
Energy Management for
Water / Wastewater
Bob Freeman
U.S. EPA Region 4 Atlanta
Environmental Engineer	
  
www.TnEnergy.org
Portfolio Manager and
Wastewater Treatment Facilities
Wastewater	
  Treatment	
  Plant	
  refers	
  to:	
  
•  Facili&es	
  designed	
  to	
  treat	
  municipal	
  wastewater.	...
Wastewater	
  Treatment	
  Plant	
  refers	
  to:	
  
•  Treatment	
  processes	
  may	
  include	
  biological,	
  chemic...
•  More	
  op&ons	
  for	
  Water/Wastewater	
  than	
  was	
  available	
  in	
  PM	
  Classic	
  
•  There	
  is	
  a	
 ...
All	
  of	
  the	
  main	
  energy	
  and	
  emissions	
  metrics	
  are	
  available	
  on	
  a	
  “per	
  
flow”	
  basis...
Wastewater	
  Treatment	
  Plants	
  
• 	
  Monthly	
  Energy	
  Usage	
  &	
  Cost	
  (kWh,	
  therms,	
  etc)	
  
• 	
  ...
PM	
  Will	
  Calculate	
  and	
  Display	
  the	
  Following	
  for	
  
Wastewater	
  Plants:	
  
• 	
  Energy	
  Star	
 ...
Users	
  Need	
  to	
  Know:	
  
• 	
  WWTP	
  Load	
  Factor	
  Significantly	
  Affects	
  Benchmark	
  Score	
  
• 	
  De...
Thursday,	
  September	
  26,	
  2013	
  at	
  2	
  pm	
  EDT	
  
Learn	
  how	
  to	
  track	
  energy	
  use	
  and	
  c...
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  1. 1. Tracking Energy & Water Use With Portfolio Manager September 18, 2013 12:00 – 1:30 PM   www.TnEnergy.org
  2. 2. Agenda: 12:00-12:05 Welcome & Introductions 12:05-12:45 Portfolio Manager® 101 Danny Orlando, US EPA Region 4 Karen Schneider, US EPA 12:45-1:05 Eastman Chemical Energy Management Sharon Nolen, Eastman Chemical 1:05-1:30 Energy Management for Water/Wastewater Bob Freeman, US EPA Region 4 1:30 Adjourn
  3. 3. Portfolio Manager ® 101 Danny Orlando U.S. EPA Region 4 Atlanta ENERGY STAR Program Manager   www.TnEnergy.org
  4. 4. Portfolio Manager 101
  5. 5. Learning Objectives •  In this session, you will become familiar with EPA’s ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager® tool and learn how to: –  Navigate the new Portfolio Manager –  Add a property and enter details about it –  Enter energy and water consumption data –  Share properties –  Generate performance reports to assess progress –  Respond to data requests 5
  6. 6. ENERGY STAR Commercial Buildings Program •  Offers a strategic approach to energy management •  Enables building owners, managers, and tenants to save money & protect the environment •  Provides organizations with measurable information on energy savings and greenhouse gas emissions reductions from commercial buildings •  Builds on strong ENERGY STAR brand recognition •  ENERGY STAR on a building = Superior Energy Performance •  Benchmarking is the first step 6
  7. 7. Value of Benchmarking Consistent benchmarking in buildings results in energy savings and improved performance 7 Source: http://www.energystar.gov/ia/business/downloads/ datatrends/DataTrends_Savings_20121002.pdf?8d81-8322
  8. 8. 8 •  Management Tool – Helps business and organizations by offering a platform to: –  Assess whole building energy and water consumption –  Track changes in energy, water, greenhouse gas emissions, and cost over time –  Track green power purchase –  Share/report data with others –  Create custom reports –  Apply for ENERGY STAR certification •  Metrics Calculator – Provides key performance metrics to integrate into a strategic management plan –  Energy consumption (source, site, weather normalized) –  Water consumption (indoor, outdoor) –  Greenhouse gas emissions (indirect, direct, total, avoided) –  ENERGY STAR 1-to-100 score (available for many building types)  Accessible in a free, online secure platform: www.energystar.gov/benchmark
  9. 9. Understand Comparative Performance 9 •  ALL buildings can be benchmarked •  Benchmarking through Portfolio Manager enables you to: –  Compare one building against a national sample of similar buildings –  Compare all of your buildings of a similar type to each other –  Set priorities and targets for the use of limited staff time and/or investment capital –  Track performance over time and gain recognition
  10. 10. To Get Started Benchmarking in Portfolio Manager •  Helpful data to have on hand –  Property Information •  Function •  Name, street address, ZIP/postal code –  Property type data •  Gross floor area •  Use details (ex. weekly operating hours, number of computers, number of workers on the main shift, etc) –  Energy consumption data •  Property-specific invoice information from all purchased and on-site generated energy for all fuel types 10
  11. 11. How To – Navigate the new Portfolio Manager – Add a property and enter details about it – Enter energy and water consumption data – Share properties – Generate performance reports to assess progress – Respond to data requests 11
  12. 12. Navigate the New Portfolio Manager Five portfolio level tabs Intuitive navigation – multiple ways to get to the same place 12 Five property tabs
  13. 13. Navigate the New Portfolio Manager 13 Portfolio level
  14. 14. Navigate the New Portfolio Manager 14 Property level
  15. 15. Edit Property – Basic Information 15
  16. 16. Get Data In •  3 ways to enter data for your property or portfolio: 1.  Enter data manually 2.  Upload data using spreadsheet templates 3.  Work with 3rd party providers that exchange data directly with Portfolio Manager via web services 16
  17. 17. Get Data In: Manually with the help of Portfolio Manager prompts 17
  18. 18. Get Data In: Spreadsheet Upload 18
  19. 19. Get Data In: ENERGY STAR Web Services •  Enables energy service companies and utilities to exchange data with Portfolio Manager to –  Manage building and energy data for customers –  Access the ENERGY STAR score and other performance metrics from Portfolio Manager •  Users taking advantage of web services must “connect” and “share” with their web service provider 19
  20. 20. How To – Navigate the new Portfolio Manager – Add a property and enter details about it – Enter energy and water consumption data – Share properties – Generate performance reports to assess progress – Respond to data requests 20
  21. 21. Add a Property 21
  22. 22. Add a Property: Existing Property 22
  23. 23. Basic Property Information 23
  24. 24. Check the Statements that Apply 24
  25. 25. Enter Values for Property Use Details 25
  26. 26. MyPortfolio: Property Summary Tab 26
  27. 27. Add and Set up a Property: More than One Building 27
  28. 28. New Campus Features 28
  29. 29. How To – Navigate the new Portfolio Manager – Add a property and enter details about it – Enter energy and water consumption data – Share properties – Generate performance reports to assess progress – Respond to data requests 29
  30. 30. MyPortfolio: Property Meters Tab 30
  31. 31. Add Meters 31
  32. 32. Answer Questions About Energy Use in Your Property 32
  33. 33. Enter Additional Information 33
  34. 34. About Your Meters 34
  35. 35. Click in Table to Edit Meter Information 35
  36. 36. Add Energy Consumption Information 36 Expand meter by clicking arrow
  37. 37. Add Meter Entries and Fill in Data 37 Upload a spreadsheet, using template Click the “+” to add entries
  38. 38. Meters to add to Total Consumption 38
  39. 39. Property Meters Tab: Meters Added and Displayed 39 Notification Click for details
  40. 40. View Meter Data and Manage Bills for Your Property 40
  41. 41. How To – Navigate the new Portfolio Manager – Add a property and enter details about it – Enter energy and water consumption data – Share properties – Generate performance reports to assess progress – Respond to data requests 41
  42. 42. How to Share Properties •  3 Steps: 1.  Connect with others via the My Contacts page 2.  Share one or more of your properties with your connected contacts & specify the level of access the contacts have to view and edit your properties 3.  Review shared properties on the Sharing tab 42
  43. 43. Add and Connect with Contacts 43
  44. 44. Find Contacts 44
  45. 45. Send Connection Request to Contact 45
  46. 46. Connection Request Confirmed 46
  47. 47. Contact Receives and Accepts Connection Request 47
  48. 48. Connection Confirmed 48
  49. 49. Sharing Tab – Overview 49
  50. 50. Share Your Property: Multiple Properties 50 One Property Multiple Properties All Properties
  51. 51. Share Your Property: Multiple Properties 51
  52. 52. Select Permissions 52 Click arrow to show/hide permissions options Choose permissions
  53. 53. Sharing Notifications Appear in Both Accounts 53 User who shares a property receives a notification User with whom a property is shared also receives a notification
  54. 54. Edit/Update Sharing Permissions 54
  55. 55. How To – Navigate the new Portfolio Manager – Add a property and enter details about it – Enter energy and water consumption data – Share properties – Generate performance reports to assess progress – Respond to data requests 55
  56. 56. Reporting Tab 56 Choose from Pre-set Chart & Graph options Download Performance Documents Create and generate Templates & Reports
  57. 57. Reporting Tab: Charts & Graphs 57 •  Each of the figures can be printed or downloaded for easy insertion into a presentation or document •  If you scroll down on the page, you can view and export the raw data for the charts & graphs
  58. 58. Reporting Tab 58 Choose from Pre-set Chart & Graph options Download Performance Documents Create and generate Templates & Reports
  59. 59. Custom Reporting 59 Create your own report
  60. 60. Custom Reporting 60
  61. 61. Use Your Template 61 Bottom of Reporting Tab: new template appears Click links or use drop-down menu to share your template with others, request data from other users, or generate a spreadsheet
  62. 62. Standard Reports •  Performance Highlights •  Energy Performance •  Emissions Performance •  Water Performance •  Fuel Performance •  ENERGY STAR Certification Status •  Partner of the Year Report •  Sustainable Buildings Checklist Report 62
  63. 63. How To – Navigate the new Portfolio Manager – Add a property and enter details about it – Enter energy and water consumption data – Share properties – Generate performance reports to assess progress – Respond to data requests 63
  64. 64. Responding to Data Requests 64
  65. 65. Data Request Preview 65 Reporting Tab Data Request displays in “Templates & Reports” list
  66. 66. Respond to Data Request 66
  67. 67. Recap •  We learned how to: – Navigate the new Portfolio Manager – Add a property and enter details about it – Enter energy and water consumption data – Share properties – Generate performance reports to assess progress – Respond to data requests 67
  68. 68. Extra Help •  Visit: www.energystar.gov/buildingshelp •  Additional Portfolio Manager training resources available at: www.energystar.gov/pmupgrade –  Step-by-step documents (PDF) –  Recorded webinars and short training videos •  Register for regular webinars at: http://esbuildings.webex.com •  Portfolio Manager Technical Reference Series: http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm? c=evaluate_performance.bus_portfoliomanager_model_tech_de sc 68
  69. 69. 69 Questions? If you have any questions on Portfolio Manager or the ENERGY STAR program, contact us at: www.energystar.gov/BuildingsHelp
  70. 70. Eastman Chemical Energy Management Leading by Example Sharon Nolen Manager, Corporate Energy Program Eastman Chemical   www.TnEnergy.org
  71. 71. Using ENERGY STAR® resources to improve building efficiency and engage employees Sharon Nolen, P.E., CEM TN Energy Education Initiative September 18, 2013
  72. 72. Agenda  Eastman Chemical Company overview  Building 469: A case study  ENERGY STAR® Battle of the Buildings
  73. 73. Eastman Chemical Company overview Building 469: A case study ENERGY STAR® Battle of the Buildings
  74. 74. Who we are   A global specialty chemical company headquartered in Kingsport, Tennessee   Approximately 13,500 employees and 42 manufacturing sites around the globe   Serving customers in approximately 100 countries   A company dedicated to environmental stewardship, social responsibility and economic growth   2012 and 2013 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year   Combined 2012 pro forma revenue of $9.1 billion   2013 Responsible Care® Company of the Year
  75. 75. 75 Our business structure Additives & functional products Fibers Adhesives & plasticizers Advanced materials Specialty fluids & intermediates
  76. 76.  Continuously improve energy efficiency and minimize overall energy impact while contributing to regulatory compliance  Five pieces are key to the strategy •  Energy awareness •  Goals and measures •  Knowledge resources •  Site wide initiatives •  Energy efficiency projects Energy management strategy 76
  77. 77. Eastman Chemical Company overview Building 469: A case study ENERGY STAR® Battle of the Buildings
  78. 78. Building 469: A case study   14,960 square feet   37 people   53 computers   8 heat pumps   Fixed outside air flow   Above the ceiling return plenum
  79. 79. Significant energy reduction in B469 B469 met the ENERGY STAR® goal in < 2 years and reduced its annual energy use 58%
  80. 80. How B469 earned ENERGY STAR® certification   Lighting changes •  More efficient lighting •  Fewer light fixtures   Monitor thermostats •  Maintain temperature set points at 72F •  Ensure that all thermostats are in the same mode   Improved insulation •  Identified poorly insulated areas using infrared thermography
  81. 81. How B469 earned ENERGY STAR® certification   Occupant involvement •  Turn off lights at the end of the work day •  Put computers in sleep mode at the end of the work day •  Turn off TV and lights in canteen when not occupied •  Call the energy team when temperatures are a problem   Occupant comfort •  Improved thermostat locations •  Diffusers   Balanced air flows   Relocated as needed   Changed diffuser type as needed •  Installed personal dampers as needed   Personal heaters used less
  82. 82. Eastman Chemical Company Overview Building 469: A case study ENERGY STAR® Battle of the Buildings
  83. 83. GOAL Reduce building energy use intensity, EUI, 20% in one year.
  84. 84. In the 2012 Battle of the Buildings  We entered 3 office buildings  2 buildings exceeded the EUI reduction goal  2 buildings finished in the top 10 of 1,050 office building competitors In the 2013 Battle of the Buildings  We’ve entered the same 3 office buildings…  B469 has already exceeded the goal!
  85. 85. All 3 are on target to exceed the goal
  86. 86. Continued energy use intensity reduction in the 2013 competition  Building automation system •  Use occupancy schedule to control HVAC and lights •  CO2 controlled outside air •  Control and troubleshoot via network server   Window film •  Minimizes solar heat gain in the summer •  Minimizes radiant heat loss in the winter  Continued focus on occupant comfort  Continued occupant involvement  Continued communication with occupants
  87. 87. Communication with occupants
  88. 88. Communication with occupants
  89. 89. Future plans to use ENERGY STAR® portfolio manager  Eastman headquarters  Eastman employee center  Warehouse  Data center  Wastewater treatment plant
  90. 90. Summary  Portfolio Manager is a valuable tool •  Provides quantitative feedback to individuals •  Allows assessment of the value of changes implemented •  Required for ENERGY STAR Certification and participation in Battle of the Buildings  Improving building efficiency is much like any energy efficiency program •  Energy management requires a focused effort to succeed •  Gains can be achieved with education and awareness but diligence will be required to maintain •  Financial investments can result in step changes and many have attractive paybacks
  91. 91. 91 Questions?
  92. 92. Energy Management for Water / Wastewater Bob Freeman U.S. EPA Region 4 Atlanta Environmental Engineer   www.TnEnergy.org
  93. 93. Portfolio Manager and Wastewater Treatment Facilities
  94. 94. Wastewater  Treatment  Plant  refers  to:   •  Facili&es  designed  to  treat  municipal  wastewater.     •  The  level  of  treatment  at  a  plant  will  vary  based  on  the  BOD  limits   and  the  specific  processes  involved.     •  This  property  use  is  intended  for  primary,  secondary,  and  advanced   treatment  facili&es  with  or  without  nutrient  removal.     Defini&on  
  95. 95. Wastewater  Treatment  Plant  refers  to:   •  Treatment  processes  may  include  biological,  chemical,  and  physical.   This  property  use  does  not  apply  to  drinking  water  treatment  and  distribu6on  facili6es.     •  To  receive  an  ENERGY  STAR  score,  your  Wastewater  Treatment  Plant   must  have  a  daily  flow  of  ≤  150  MGD.       •  The  analysis  for  wastewater  treatment  facili&es  is  based  on  survey   data  collected  by  the  American  Waterworks  Associa6on  Research   Founda6on  (AwwaRF).   Defini&on  
  96. 96. •  More  op&ons  for  Water/Wastewater  than  was  available  in  PM  Classic   •  There  is  a  new  customized  guide  that  makes  crea&ng  a  plant  report     very  easy  for  anyone  who  does  need  to  benchmark  these  facili&es.     hSp://www.energystar.gov/buildings/tools-­‐and-­‐resources/   PorVolio-­‐manager-­‐custom-­‐repor&ng-­‐guide   Full-­‐list-­‐porVolio-­‐manager-­‐custom-­‐repor&ng-­‐metrics  
  97. 97. All  of  the  main  energy  and  emissions  metrics  are  available  on  a  “per   flow”  basis.    To  access  these  metrics,  all  you  have  to  do  is  create   your  own  Excel  report.    You  can  include:     ·∙                Site  Energy  per  Flow   ·∙                  Source  Energy  per  Flow   ·∙                  Weather  Normalized  Site  Energy  per  Flow   ·∙                  Weather  Normalized  Source  Energy  per  Flow   ·∙                  Weather  Normalized  Electricity  per  Flow   ·∙                  Weather  Normalized  Gas  per  Flow   ·∙                  Total  GHG  Emissions  per  Flow   ·∙                  Direct  GHG  Emissions  per  Flow   ·∙                  Indirect  GHG  Emissions  per  Flow   ·∙                  Biomass  GHG  emissions  per  Flow   ·∙                  Cumula&ve  Investment  in  Energy  Projects  per  Flow   ·∙                  Es&mated  Savings  from  Energy  Projects  per  Flow  
  98. 98. Wastewater  Treatment  Plants   •   Monthly  Energy  Usage  &  Cost  (kWh,  therms,  etc)   •   Monthly  Average  Daily  Flow  (mgd)   •   Design  Flow  (mgd)   •   Average  Influent  BOD  (mg/l)   •   Average  Effluent  BOD  (mg/l)   •   Fixed  Film  (Trickling  Filters)  –  Yes  or  No   •   Nutrient  Removal  –  Yes  or  No   Water  Treatment  Plants   •   Monthly  Energy  Usage  and  Monthly  Flow  
  99. 99. PM  Will  Calculate  and  Display  the  Following  for   Wastewater  Plants:   •   Energy  Star  Benchmark  RaSng            (Useful  to  Compare  Similar  Plants)   •   For  Selected  Years  and  To  Compare  Two  Years:      Site  Energy  Use    Source  Energy  Use      GHG  Emissions  –  mTons  Total  or  Per  gpd        Cost  of  Energy      Other  Metrics  
  100. 100. Users  Need  to  Know:   •   WWTP  Load  Factor  Significantly  Affects  Benchmark  Score   •   Default  Screen  Shows  Property  Square  Footage  with  Energy/[2          (Buildings  Are  Minor  Energy  Users  at  Most  WWTPs)   •   Including  Buildings  and  WWTPs  in  Same  Account  Can  Produce        Confusing  Results   New  PM   Lacks   Summary   Table  (can   use  EXCEL   to  prepare   summary)  
  101. 101. Thursday,  September  26,  2013  at  2  pm  EDT   Learn  how  to  track  energy  use  and  carbon  dioxide   emission  reduc&ons  in  wastewater  treatment   plants,  set  goals,  assess  the  progress  of  energy   efficiency  efforts,  and  compare  the  energy  use  of   wastewater  treatment  plants  to  other  facili&es   across  the  country.     hSps://esbuildings.webex.com/mw0307l/mywebex/default.do?siteurl=esbuildings  
  102. 102. www.TnEnergy.org
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