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  • 1852 quote on behalf of native Americans of Washington State
  • Real Number 2,791,140 4th largest city in North AmericaPicture:RBC Center - 155 Wellington Street West
  • People planet profit for the city of Toronto, EEO is guided by triple bottom line Picture:Accolade tower - 181 Wynford DriveGFA- 325,468 sqmPeak Demand kW savings – 217.12
  • 2012 was the a record year for melting in the arctic with 4 million square feet of ice down from the average of 6 millions square feet Forbes http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-08-27/arctic-ice-cap-melts-to-record-low-like-a-giant-slushy-.html
  • John Okeefe walks on the beach in front of a damaged rollercoaster that once sat on the Funtown Pier in Seaside Heights, New Jersey, on October 31, 2012.
  • Torrential rain starting on 23 Jun 2012 resulted in floods and landslides, killing 139 people and causing the destruction of homesteads in the northern and south-eastern parts of Bangladesh. More than 5 million people were affected by the floods, which damaged over 360,000 houses and 230,000 areas of crops. A total of 50,778 people were evacuated to 246 shelters. (IFRC, 15 Nov 2012).
  • February 26 2013 Follet Texas experiences 21 inches of snowfallCBS http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-201_162-57571261/2nd-major-snowstorm-paralyzes-parts-of-midwest/
  • Somalia Drought has affected 10 million peopleUN classified as Humanitarian Emergency Source:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-14060545
  • 2012 forest fires have consumed 8.6 million acres (larger than the state of Maryland)Source:http://www.climatecentral.org/news/report-the-age-of-western-wildfires-14873#sthash.aJyZSxPX.dpuf
  • Map from David Suzuki Website: Highlighting the 905 different natural disasters caused by climate change
  • China the most with 8,362,962,890USA 5,610,108, 260Canada 548,754,330USA 10 times the size and 10 times the carbon emissions
  • When we look at Per Capita Canada is high with 16.3 Us 18 and Australia with 18.6
  • Picture: 550 Front St.
  • Picture: One Cole
  • City of Toronto’s Better Buildings Partnership and OPA CDMResults to Date:Picture: Grand Triumphe 2 –  500 Doris AvenueGFA- 35,651 sqmPeak Demand Savings – 236.31 kWAlmost 1,400 buildings retrofittedOver $27 Million in incentives paidAlmost 96 MW contractedBetter Buildings Partnership is now working with THESL in meeting their CDM obligations until 2014
  • With 189 New Projects the in the City of Toronto there are significant challenges for maintaining energy securityBlue Residential Red Commercial
  • City of Toronto’s Better Buildings Partnership and OPA CDMResults to Date:Almost 1,400 buildings retrofittedOver $27 Million in incentives paidAlmost 96 MW contractedBetter Buildings Partnership is now working with THESL in meeting their CDM obligations until 2014 Picture: Union Tower – 25 York GFA- 775,002 sqmPeak Demand kW Savings - 958.03 kW
  • PLACE a picture of the tri-gen system Picture: Quantum North Tower - 2191 Yonge StreetGFA- 62,123.80 sqm Peak Demand Savings – 140.23 kW
  • IESO tells us to curtail Facility Manger cuts back on electricity use or starts generatorToronto Hydro sees the curtailment on the power linesPicture:Aspen Ridge View South GFA –175,000 sqmPeak Demand Savings – 192.32 kW
  • A thermal energy distribution strategy for multiple buildings at the block scale. DES consists of a heating and cooling centre, and a thermal network of pipes connecting groups of buildingsBy virtue of economies of scale, compared to an individual building, the DES heating and cooling centre has the flexibility to cost effectively incorporate thermal storage, clean energy in the form of combined heat and power and renewable energy sources.Lakeshore Lions Arena
  • 27 potential nodes for District Energy Systems District Energy Systems A thermal energy distribution strategy for multiple buildings at the block scale. DES consists of a heating and cooling centre, and a thermal network of pipes connecting groups of buildingsBy virtue of economies of scale, compared to an individual building, the DES heating and cooling centre has the flexibility to cost effectively incorporate thermal storage, clean energy in the form of combined heat and power and renewable energy sources. In addition, DES helps relieve stress in the existing energy infrastructure and paves the way for new building construction in the City.Picture: Broadway
  • City of Toronto received $168 million in proceedsSource for price from Enwave http://investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/transactions/transactions.asp?ticker=BAMPicture: Tyndale
  • 3 kilometers out to the lake 70 meters deep 4 degree Celsius water63 customers Source: http://www.thestar.com/business/2013/01/29/enwave_looks_to_expand_deep_lake_water_cooling.html
  • Picture: Upper Canada College
  • Picture:18 York GFA –891,939 sqmPeak Demand Savings – 759 kW
  • Think Global Act Local Source real population We all want to leave a Positive Legacy Source Population http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/2011/10/31/seven-billionth-baby-people-earth.htmlIf we look around at the global environment emissions are having an extremely negative impact We need to reduce by GHG emissions by 60-80% !We also realize that there is a growing population creating increased GHG emissions In my life I choose to address climate change, While power influence and success are important for me Passion and Commitment are more important I leave you with a challenge. Where do you consider the place of power influence and success in our lives and how does your passion commitment and courage

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  • 1. Think Global Act LocalCity of TorontoFacilities Management DivisionEnergy Efficiency Office“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; weborrow it from our children” ― Chief Seattle Richard Morris
  • 2. City of Toronto Population of 2.8 Ranked 3rd in 11% of Canada’s 1/6 of the Million Available Economic GDP countrys Opportunities workforce Financial and 185 high-rise Most Multicultural Business Capital buildings under City in the World of Canada construction2 July 22, 2012 Footer text here Source: http://www.toronto.ca/toronto_facts/business_econdev.htm
  • 3. Energy Efficiency Office(EEO) Develop an energy efficiency strategy for the City of Toronto Major contributor to the City’s climate change initiatives Create jobs through sustainable energy conservation initiatives Enhance energy reliability and energy security
  • 4. Triple Bottom LinePeople Planet Profit
  • 5. Toronto’s Greenhouse Gas (GHG) EmissionsSource: Greenhouse Gasesand Air Pollutantsin the City of Toronto 61% of GHG emissions comes from buildings
  • 6. City GHG reduction targets Toronto’s total GHG emissions: 25 million tonnes Target for city-wide GHG gas reductions (from 1990 base year): Toronto London New York City 30% by 2020 38% by 2020 30% by 2017 80% by 2050 80% by 2050 80% by 2050
  • 7. Antarctica7
  • 8. Seaside Heights, USA8
  • 9. Bangladesh9
  • 10. Follet Texas, USA February 26, 201310
  • 11. Somalia11
  • 12. Colorado, USA12
  • 13. Climate Change: Think Global Act Local Climate Events Occurred in 2012
  • 14. GHG Emissions by Country Source: http://www.emissionsglobe.com/14
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  • 16. Carbon Footprint by Person16
  • 17. Better Buildings Partnership Local Solutions for Global Problems  Voluntary Action: Promote and implement energy efficiency, operational efficiency and building renewal in existing buildings  Voluntary Action + Regulatory: New Building design and construction, Toronto Green Standard and High Performance New Construction  Engineering : Energy Audits, Feasibility Studies, Application Review  Marketing and Communications: Catalyze Action and Develop a Culture of Conservation  Partnerships :Ontario Power Authority, Toronto Hydro Electric System Limited, Natural Resources Canada, Energy Services Companies
  • 18. Better Buildings Partnership Business Sense (ROI + local economic benefit + risk management) Energy Security (adequacy = reliability + security) Environmental Benefits (resource efficiency, fuel source flexibility, reduced emissions)18
  • 19. BBP “Funding and Financing” Working to overcome the barrier of high upfront costs for energy efficiency measures in buildings, and renewable energy projects. BBP-LRRF Technology Fund ($8M) Sustainable Energy Fund ($62) Recoverable Debt (TBD) Energy Services Companies Interest-free Loans and Grants Pension Funds Local Improvement Charges Development Charges Rebate 3rd Party Financing19 July 22, 2012 Footer text here
  • 20. Existing Buildings20
  • 21. First Canadian Place21
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  • 23. BBP – Existing Buildings Project Highlights York University:  Successfully completed lighting and Vari Hall retrofit re-design at 13 locations  Presented with cheque for over $1,200,000.00 Stedman Lecture Halls  908 kW demand savings  925 tonnes of CO2 saved per year Farquharson Life Sciences Building
  • 24. Toronto Community Housing Corporation Home to 164,000 low income tenants in 58,500 households BBP Partnership Achievements:  Engage, Educate and Empower partners  Energy savings of 15 MW  Received grants of over $3 million  Collaborate with executives, building managers, finance, and maintenance24
  • 25. Existing Buildings Accomplishments Results as of December 2012 Project Completed 1972 Space Retrofitted 440 Million Sq. Ft Jobs Created 29 000 Years of Employment Economic Impact $655 Million Annual Cost Savings $59 Million Cumulative CO2 Emission Reduction 440, 000 Tonnes
  • 26. New Construction26
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  • 30. Better Buildings Partnership - High Performance New Construction Potential Goal: Maximizing 169 new condo towers orenergy efficiency 250,000 residential units (Proposed) Financial support forefficient buildings:  16 new office towers orToronto Green Standard 4 million square feet ofTier 1 (25% higher than commercial constructionMNECB) and Tier 2 (35%higher than MNECB) Source: urbannation.com, http://www.thestar.com/business/2012/07/12/toronto_office_tower_boom_the_biggest_since_the_gogo_80s.html
  • 31. New Construction Accomplishments Results as of February 2013Projects Enrolled 60Annual GHG Reduction 6700 tonnesPeak Demand Reduction 11.38 MWAnnual kWh consumption Savings 39,281,740Gross Floor Area 9,340,336 m
  • 32. Demand Response Program Changes in demand of electric usage from their normal consumption patterns in response to changes in the price of electricity over time.33
  • 33. City’s Demand Response Program Goal: to generate new net revenue from existing City assets without incurring new liabilities or risks Targeting all of its Agencies, Boards, Commissions, Corporations and Divisions (ABCCDs) (approximately 1,700 facilities) with an overall target of 30 MWToronto Water Exhibition Place Toronto Community Housing
  • 34. Demand Response35
  • 35. District Energy
  • 36. District Energy • Simultaneous generation of energy and heating • Local underground network of pipes combines heating and cooling requirements of multiple buildings • Aggregated thermal loads creates scale for local energy • Benefits local economy •Local investment + taxes •Local green jobs37
  • 37. District Energy 27 Potential New District Energy Systems Energy Security Economic Energy Environmental Sustainability Benefit Security Benefit Think Global Act Local38
  • 38. Enwave Energy Corporation Deep Lake Water Cooling  Provider of outsourced heating and air conditioning  Design, build, own and operate DLWC system in 3 district steam plants in Toronto  Capacity for over 100 buildings in the central core area  Recently sold to Brookfield Asset Management for $480 million  City share was $168 million "The Deep Lake Water Cooling project will protect the health of our citizens and reduce the need to use electricity from coal-fired power plants to cool Torontos air." Jack Gibbons, Chair, Ontario Clean Air Alliance39
  • 39. Deep Lake Water Cooling40
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  • 41. Measurement and Verification “M&V is the process of using measurement to determine actual savings generated at a facility by an energy project or program.” “You cannot manage what you cannot measure”-E.Demings42
  • 42. Measurement and Verification Benchmark/Baseline Accurately Assess Quantify carbon energy savings for a emission reductions Project Evaluate equipment, project Allocate Risks to and program Appropriate Parties performance Ability to predict and Improve Operations diagnose problems and Maintenance for early correction (O&M)43 July 22, 2012
  • 43. Think Global Act Local “The Better Buildings Partnership can very well be a model not just for the country but for the rest of the world.” - David Suzuki44
  • 44. Your Role. Your Legacy.  Reduce CO2 emission by 60-80%  Growing Population  7 billion people on planet (CBC) Courage Passion Commitment Power Influence Success To Act Local visit the weblog at http://weblog.bbptoronto.ca/45