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The Clean Energy Sector <br />and Workforce<br />Panama Bartholomy<br />Advisor to Chairman Karen Douglas<br />California ...
Topics<br />Definition of Clean Energy Sector<br />Buildings Energy and Water Use<br /> Retrofit<br />New Construction<br ...
Clean Energy Sector <br />Energy and water efficiency<br />Demand response<br />Renewable energy<br />Electricity transmis...
How Big Is It?<br />CA  and National clean energy sector<br />Pew Charitable Trust – The Green Economy http://www.pewcente...
What is Coming?<br />Cleantech Venture Investments in CA and North America <br />2,700 direct jobs created for every $100M...
What is Coming?<br />Energy Generation is the largest U.S. cleantech segment, 59% of total VC investment<br />Energy Effic...
California&apos;s Clean Energy Sector Markets<br />
Climate Change Scoping PlanA Framework for Change<br />
Recommended Reduction Measures Reductions Counted Towards 2020 Target<br />Million Solar Roofs<br />Medium/Heavy Duty Vehi...
Loading Order<br />State’s preferred energy policy approach since 2003*<br />* 2003 Energy Action Plan (http://www.energy....
Zero Net-energy New Buildings<br /><ul><li>All homes built after 2020 will produce as much energy as they consume
All commercial buildings built after 2030 will produce as much energy as they consume </li></li></ul><li>Existing Building...
Water<br />
20% Urban Water Use Reduction by 2020<br />Reduces per capita consumption from approximately 192 to 154 Gallons per Day<br />
Urban Water Use<br />=<br />50%<br />=<br />20%<br />18%<br />=<br />
Building Energy and Water Efficiency Workforce Needs<br />Building auditor/rater<br />Commissioning agent<br />Specialty c...
Utility Scale Renewable Energy<br />Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS)<br />Investor Owned Utilities must procure 20% of t...
Renewable Portfolio Standard<br />33% by <br />2020 <br />20% by 2010 <br />2007 11.8% <br />2002 11.0% (RPS begins)<br />...
Renewable Energy Barriers<br />Transmission<br />Utilities are taking up to seven to ten years to plan, permit, and constr...
Local Opposition</li></li></ul><li>
Employment Rates by Energy Technology <br />
Utility Scale Renewable Energy Workforce Needs<br />Transmission lines<br />Distribution infrastructure<br />Generation<br...
Distributed Renewable Energy<br />Technologies<br />Solar photovoltaic (PV)<br />Solar hot water heater <br />Wind<br />Mi...
SB 1: “Million Solar Roofs”<br /><ul><li>Solar on 50% of new homes by end of program
Solar Industry self-sufficient in 10 years
For those developments of 50+ homes, builders must offer PV as option as of 1/1/2011
3000 MW goal, combined POU/IOU effort
$3.2 Billion in Rebates</li></li></ul><li>Solar Hot Water<br />
Solar Hot Water Program<br />$300 million program in PG&E, SoCal Gas and SDG&E<br />200,000 solar hot water heaters<br />P...
Distributed Renewable Energy Occupations<br />Assessor<br />Sales<br />Marketing<br />Designer<br />Technician<br />Instal...
Clean Transportation<br />California’s transportation sector &gt;95 percent dependent on a single fuel source: petroleum <...
Clean Transportation<br />State Goals<br />Increase the use of alternative fuels:<br /> 20 percent of on-road transportati...
Clean Transportation Workforce Needs<br />Fuel feedstock production<br />Alternative and renewable fuel production<br />Al...
CEC Workforce Development Activities and Plans<br />Transportation<br />Energy and Water Efficiency<br />Renewable Energy<...
Training Program Development and Delivery<br /> Green Building Training Partnerships<br /> Clean Energy Training Partnersh...
Green Building, Clean Energy and Transportation Training Partnerships<br />Workforce Investment Board or community college...
CEC-CCCCO Clean Transportation and Energy Partnership<br />
CEC-CDE Green Technology Partnership Academy<br />Partnership between State, school district and private industry<br />Gra...
San Diego Green Partnership Academies<br />
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  • GPCD = gallons per capita per day.
  • ACWA based water facts:Landscaping accounts for about half the water Californians use at home. Showers account for another 18%, while toilets use about 20%. Central Valley residents use up to 300 gallons per person per day, while some Central Coast residents use as little as 50 gallons per day. The Energy Commission will be initiating a appliance standards proceeding in December to fulfill the requirements of AB 1881. The bill requires the Energy Commission, in consultation with the department, to adopt, by regulation, performance standards and labeling requirements for landscape irrigation equipment, including irrigation controllers, moisture sensors, emission devices, and valves to reduce the wasteful, uneconomic, inefficient, or unnecessary consumption of energy or water.
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    1. 1. The Clean Energy Sector <br />and Workforce<br />Panama Bartholomy<br />Advisor to Chairman Karen Douglas<br />California Energy Commission<br />San Diego Solar Conference<br />9/29/09<br />San Diego, CA<br />
    2. 2. Topics<br />Definition of Clean Energy Sector<br />Buildings Energy and Water Use<br /> Retrofit<br />New Construction<br />Renewable Energy Generation<br />Utility-scale <br />Distributed<br />Clean Transportation<br />State Sponsored Training Programs<br />Summation<br />Clean Energy Workforce Training Program<br />
    3. 3. Clean Energy Sector <br />Energy and water efficiency<br />Demand response<br />Renewable energy<br />Electricity transmission and distribution infrastructure<br />Clean vehicles<br />Renewable transportation fuels<br />
    4. 4. How Big Is It?<br />CA and National clean energy sector<br />Pew Charitable Trust – The Green Economy http://www.pewcenteronthestates.org/report_detail.aspx?id=52872<br />
    5. 5. What is Coming?<br />Cleantech Venture Investments in CA and North America <br />2,700 direct jobs created for every $100M in venture investment<br />Cleantech Group: “Cleantech Investment– 2008 Annual Review” www.cleantech.com<br />
    6. 6. What is Coming?<br />Energy Generation is the largest U.S. cleantech segment, 59% of total VC investment<br />Energy Efficiency (8%)<br />Energy Infrastructure (7%)<br />Energy Storage (7%)<br />Energy Infrastructure is the fastest growing segment, increasing by $273 million from 2007 to 2008. <br />Other top growing segments: <br />Energy Generation<br />Manufacturing/Industrial<br />Cleantech Group: “Cleantech Investment– 2008 Annual Review” www.cleantech.com<br />
    7. 7. California&apos;s Clean Energy Sector Markets<br />
    8. 8. Climate Change Scoping PlanA Framework for Change<br />
    9. 9. Recommended Reduction Measures Reductions Counted Towards 2020 Target<br />Million Solar Roofs<br />Medium/Heavy Duty Vehicles<br />High Speed Rail<br />Industrial Measures<br />High Global Warming Potential Gas Measures<br />Sustainable Forests<br />Oil and Gas Extraction and Transmission<br />“Additional Reductions”<br />California Light-Duty Vehicle Greenhouse Gas Standards<br />Energy Efficiency<br />Renewables Portfolio Standard (33% by 2020)<br />Low Carbon Fuel Standard<br />Regional Transportation-Related GHG Targets<br />Goods Movement<br />Recycling and Waste (landfill methane capture)<br />
    10. 10.
    11. 11. Loading Order<br />State’s preferred energy policy approach since 2003*<br />* 2003 Energy Action Plan (http://www.energy.ca.gov/energy_action_plan/2003-05-08_ACTION_PLAN.PDF) <br />
    12. 12. Zero Net-energy New Buildings<br /><ul><li>All homes built after 2020 will produce as much energy as they consume
    13. 13. All commercial buildings built after 2030 will produce as much energy as they consume </li></li></ul><li>Existing Buildings<br /><ul><li>75% of CA’s residential buildings and 5.25 billion square feet of commercial buildings were built before 1978’s energy efficiency standards </li></li></ul><li>Existing Buildings Goals<br />
    14. 14. Water<br />
    15. 15.
    16. 16. 20% Urban Water Use Reduction by 2020<br />Reduces per capita consumption from approximately 192 to 154 Gallons per Day<br />
    17. 17. Urban Water Use<br />=<br />50%<br />=<br />20%<br />18%<br />=<br />
    18. 18. Building Energy and Water Efficiency Workforce Needs<br />Building auditor/rater<br />Commissioning agent<br />Specialty contractor<br />Envelope specialist<br />Green plumber<br />HVAC technician<br />Home performance contractor<br />Cost estimator<br />
    19. 19. Utility Scale Renewable Energy<br />Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS)<br />Investor Owned Utilities must procure 20% of their electricity from renewable resources no later than 2010.<br />Municipal utilities are directed to develop a program that achieves the same goals<br />Governor, CEC and CPUC adopted goal of 33% by 2020<br />
    20. 20. Renewable Portfolio Standard<br />33% by <br />2020 <br />20% by 2010 <br />2007 11.8% <br />2002 11.0% (RPS begins)<br />1983<br />1988<br />1993<br />1998<br />2003<br />2008<br />2013<br />2018<br />Year<br />
    21. 21. Renewable Energy Barriers<br />Transmission<br />Utilities are taking up to seven to ten years to plan, permit, and construct bulk transmission projects in California<br /><ul><li>Financing
    22. 22. Local Opposition</li></li></ul><li>
    23. 23. Employment Rates by Energy Technology <br />
    24. 24. Utility Scale Renewable Energy Workforce Needs<br />Transmission lines<br />Distribution infrastructure<br />Generation<br />Solar<br />Wind<br />Geothermal<br />Maintenance<br />
    25. 25. Distributed Renewable Energy<br />Technologies<br />Solar photovoltaic (PV)<br />Solar hot water heater <br />Wind<br />Micro-hydro<br />Fuel cell<br />
    26. 26. SB 1: “Million Solar Roofs”<br /><ul><li>Solar on 50% of new homes by end of program
    27. 27. Solar Industry self-sufficient in 10 years
    28. 28. For those developments of 50+ homes, builders must offer PV as option as of 1/1/2011
    29. 29. 3000 MW goal, combined POU/IOU effort
    30. 30. $3.2 Billion in Rebates</li></li></ul><li>Solar Hot Water<br />
    31. 31. Solar Hot Water Program<br />$300 million program in PG&E, SoCal Gas and SDG&E<br />200,000 solar hot water heaters<br />Proposed roll-out in 2010<br />
    32. 32. Distributed Renewable Energy Occupations<br />Assessor<br />Sales<br />Marketing<br />Designer<br />Technician<br />Installer<br />
    33. 33. Clean Transportation<br />California’s transportation sector &gt;95 percent dependent on a single fuel source: petroleum <br />The state and the nation are extremely vulnerable to petroleum price and supply disruptions<br />Transportation sector is responsible for:<br /> approximately 40 percent of statewide GHG emissions, <br />over half of statewide criteria air pollution, and<br /> significant degradation of public health and environmental quality<br />
    34. 34. Clean Transportation<br />State Goals<br />Increase the use of alternative fuels:<br /> 20 percent of on-road transportation fuel use by 2020<br />30 percent by 2030<br />significantly increase the efficiency of motor vehicles<br />reduce per capita vehicles miles traveled.<br />
    35. 35. Clean Transportation Workforce Needs<br />Fuel feedstock production<br />Alternative and renewable fuel production<br />Alternative and renewable fuel transport<br />Idle management technology<br />High-performance and low-emission vehicle technology<br />Automotive computer systems<br />Mass transit fleet conversion, servicing, and maintenance<br />
    36. 36. CEC Workforce Development Activities and Plans<br />Transportation<br />Energy and Water Efficiency<br />Renewable Energy<br />$75 Million in Clean Energy Workforce Training Funding<br />
    37. 37. Training Program Development and Delivery<br /> Green Building Training Partnerships<br /> Clean Energy Training Partnerships<br /> Alternative and<br />Renewable Fuel <br />and Vehicle Training <br />Program<br />Greening the <br /> Classroom<br />
    38. 38. Green Building, Clean Energy and Transportation Training Partnerships<br />Workforce Investment Board or community college led regional partnerships<br />Free training in green building, energy and water efficiency, renewable energy and clean transportation practices/technologies<br />State will fund nearly 30 partnerships<br />
    39. 39. CEC-CCCCO Clean Transportation and Energy Partnership<br />
    40. 40. CEC-CDE Green Technology Partnership Academy<br />Partnership between State, school district and private industry<br />Grade 10-12<br />Student takes all their classes in field-related academy<br /> Internships in field<br />
    41. 41. San Diego Green Partnership Academies<br />
    42. 42. Summation<br />CA is a leader in clean energy sector<br />Policies and investments will allow us to continue to lead<br />An educated and well-trained workforce is critical to attracting clean energy sector investment<br />We will not achieve any of our clean energy sector goals unless we develop the workforce<br />
    43. 43. Thank You!Panama Bartholomy(916) 654-4896pbarthol@energy.state.ca.us<br />
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