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This is an intro slide show by Dave Mosby to promote the upcoming Team Carbon symposium presentation at the NCSE. Dave will present a more detailed slide show at the conference, and discuss relevant ...

This is an intro slide show by Dave Mosby to promote the upcoming Team Carbon symposium presentation at the NCSE. Dave will present a more detailed slide show at the conference, and discuss relevant case studies that examine this topic in a direct manner.

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  • 1. Moving to Future States: From Today to Green and Beyond NCSE 2010 The New Green Economy The Value of Data Driven Decision Making— Facilities Portfolios Mosby
  • 2. Discussants
    • Patrick M. O'Shei, Senior Associate, Metamorphosis Management Group
    • Hiroko Kawai, Principal, Transportation Sector Practice, Rocky Mountain Institute
    • Dave Mosby, Senior Consultant, Talisen Technologies
  • 3. Premise
    • The Green Economy will flourish when
      • Solutions demonstrate holistic economic benefits in environmental decisions.
      • Sound decision making is based on data collected and evaluated in a scientific manner.
      • Recent technology advancements have significantly increased the availability of information and reduced the time necessary for analysis – while making the results easier to distribute/ share - all at an affordable cost.
    The future of the green economy hinges on the ability of the private sector, governmental policy makers and academia to implement the technology, smooth the way via the changes it represents, and train the workforce on using the new tools.
  • 4. Domain: Portfolios of Buildings… Historically, managed “one by one”, manually…. What Would It Be Like to See & Manage Them, All Together?
  • 5. Enterprise Sustainability Platform (ESP) Building Blocks of the Enterprise Sustainability Solution
  • 6. ESP Data / Business Intelligence / Flow
    • Multiple data sources leveraged in a distributed data environment
    • Cloud computing and continuous data commissioning
    • Information for decision-making & action--generating economic value
  • 7. At an Executive Level ESP provides: Visibility - a window into utility, energy, operating & stimulus programs Transparency – data availability to all with the click of a mouse Accountability – independent measurement & verification ‘managed’ by internal State staff
  • 8. Measurement & Verification The Measurement and Verification Portal Dashboards displays baseline, historic, and current energy data and allows for analysis of key metrics for a set of facilities.
  • 9. Capital Planning Analyzer Ranks buildings by FCI (facility condition), LUI (labor), SUI (space management), EUI (energy efficiency), CFI (carbon output) based on the weighting. Visual comparisons allow quick view into particular building’s or site’s performance across key measures. Agency/ Site Building Comparisons
  • 10. Capital Planning Analyzer The CPA allows for building & project prioritization, budgeting and high level visibility within one specific agency or across all business lines. Agency Specific Budgeting Ranks buildings by FCI (facility condition), LUI (labor), SUI (space management), EUI (energy efficiency), CFI (carbon output) based on the weighting. Visual comparisons allow quick view into particular building’s or site’s performance across key measures. Agency/ Site Building Comparisons
  • 11. Capital Planning Analyzer Using the ‘Force Include’ and ‘Force Exclude’ check boxes within the forms, the planning executives can add their personal knowledge to the data process to complete the budget planning process Inter - Agency Prioritization
  • 12. Smart Grid The ESP technology platform will allow demand response between the utility and customer leveraging the secure network and individual facility control systems. The demand management platform applies business intelligence analytics providing accurate business decision making data to both the utility and customer.
  • 13. Utility Usage and Cost Reporting Inventory of Utility Accounts Finds Savings Example: Boonville Correctional Center Single Six Inch Water Meter Water account billing $425 every month even though no water was used for last 13 years!! = $425 * 12 = $5,100 in annual savings (for this one account) = $5,100 * 13 = $66,300 spent over 13 years (without this visibility) PS: Account # 18960100 was closed immediately!!
  • 14. “ When You Change What You Think, You Change What You Do”
    • Repairing an Existing Steam Leak Saved over $400K per year
  • 15.
    • 1 KW hour/ SF improvement over three years
    • 5.5 KW hour/ SF improvement over three years
    • 6.5 KW hour/ SF improvement over three years
    • Sq. Ft. – 753,138
    • 2800 FTE
    • Built in 1983 - PC 2005
    • Occupied in FY05, 122K sqft, 400 Employees, Cost $17.5 M
    • Green Design Elements–Daylighting, HE-HVAC, Recycling, Water Conservation, Native Materials
    • Moving from Excellent to Outstanding Performance FY07 ESP Deployed
    • Size: 234.6K sqft
    • Building Population: 693
    • Year Built: 1891
    • Year Commissioned: 1981
    Lewis and Clark Harry S. Truman Wainwright
    • 06 12.1 KWhs/SF
    • 08 11.6 KWhs/SF
    • 09 11.1 KWhs/SF
    • = 8.3 % Reduction
    • 06 26.7 KWhs/SF
    • 08 21.7 KWhs/SF
    • 09 21.1 KWhs/SF
    • = 21.0 % Reduction
    • 06 25.2 KWhs/SF
    • 08 24.0 KWhs/SF
    • 09 18.9 KWhs/SF
    • = 25.0 % Reduction
    KWhrs/ SF/ Year
  • 16. Aggregate Economic Benefits: Early Implementation ($MM)
    • ↓ 25% Real Estate Costs
    • ↓ 17% Energy Costs
    • ↓ 20% Operations Costs
  • 17. In conclusion: Integrative, systems thinking enables a competitive edge in facilities performance—and for the nation
    • For MORE—see Team Carbon symposium, at the National Council on Science & the Environment, “New Green Economy”
    • Jan 22, 2010 (PM)
    • For more info:
      • Meeting Overview
      • Team Carbon Symposium
      • NCSE Symposium Overview
      • To register for the meeting
    For more info: [email_address] – www.teamcarbon.com