Pre-Conference Workshop: Energy Conservation in Gambling Facilities

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Pre-Conference Workshop: Energy Conservation in Gambling Facilities
Bonus Session
Presented at the New Horizons in Responsible Gambling Conference in Vancouver, January 27-29, 2014

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Pre-Conference Workshop: Energy Conservation in Gambling Facilities

  1. 1. BC Lottery Corporation (BCLC) Chances Energy Audit Energy Audit Case Study Innes Hood, P.Eng, CEM
  2. 2. Agenda 1 2 3 4 Rationale for conducting energy audits Procedure for conducting energy audits Case study of Chances facility Lessons learned
  3. 3. Energy Management Rationale 1. Save money 2. Maintain reliability and aesthetics of facilities 3. Achieve tangible environmental benefits • Corporate sustainability strategy • Corporate social responsibility reporting • Energy • Water • Greenhouse gas emissions • Ozone depleting substances
  4. 4. Corporate Energy Management The ISO 50001 Approach 1. Management responsibility 2. Define policy 3. Energy planning 4. Implementation and operation 5. Checking 6. Management review
  5. 5. The Audit Process 1. 2. 3. 4. Billing analysis Onsite review of energy using systems Develop energy balance Identify & analyse potential energy conservation measures (ECMs) 5. Develop business case for ECMs 6. Implement upgrades 7. Measurement and verification
  6. 6. Chances Facility
  7. 7. Billing Analysis Cost Natural Gas $40,100, 30% Electricity $94,000, 70%
  8. 8. Onsite Audit
  9. 9. Develop Energy Balance Kitchen 7% Domestic Hot Water 4% Lighting 9% Heating 26% Other Electrical (Slots, Ventilation) 54%
  10. 10. Energy Conservation Measures System Lights Lighting relamp and fixture replacement Exterior lighting upgrade Lighting controls upgrade Mechanical VFD on Kitchen Exhaust Bathroom Exhaust Occupancy Sensor Plug Loads Electrical Envelope Power Factor Correction
  11. 11. Develop Business Case • Capital cost of upgrade • Energy savings • Maintenance impacts • Life of upgrade
  12. 12. Summary of Audit Results • • • • Payback of ECMs range from 2 years to 13 years Aggregate 11 year payback GHG and energy expenditures reduced by 7% Annual savings of $9,300/year
  13. 13. Lessons Learned • Critical success factors • Ensuring management support • Delineation of responsibility • Provision of budget • Continuous improvement
  14. 14. Thank you Innes.hood@stantec.com
  15. 15. Implementing Energy Audit Recommendations Michael Urbas Great Canadian Gaming Corporation
  16. 16. Agenda • What to do with the energy audit • Key finding of the audit • Choosing projects from the audit • Benefits vs risks • How to sell the project • Managing the project • Building operations and sustainability
  17. 17. Energy Audit – Uses • The importance of reading the audit • Not only for Energy Managers
  18. 18. Energy Audit – Key Findings • Building and system description • Energy performance • Recommended energy conservation measures
  19. 19. Energy Audit – Choosing a Project • Savings • Cost • Finance
  20. 20. Energy Audit – Savings • Electrical • Fuel • Water • Steam • Etc……
  21. 21. Energy Audit – Cost • Retrofit cost • Incentives
  22. 22. Energy Audit – Finance • Simple pay back • Net present value • Internal rate of return
  23. 23. Energy Audit – Benefits vs Risks • Investigating • Prioritizing • Holding back from implementing • The human factor
  24. 24. Energy Audit – Selling the Project • Understanding business priorities • Context • Making the connections • Gain top management support
  25. 25. Energy Audit – Managing the Project • Complexity • Resources • Lead • Support
  26. 26. Building Operations and Sustainability
  27. 27. Questions?
  28. 28. Energy Specialist Panel • Mr Innes Hood, Stantec. • Mr Jeff Lee, Gateway Casinos & Entertainment. • Dr Cristian Suvagau, BC Hydro PowerSmart. • Mr Michael Urbas, Great Canadian Gaming Corporation.
  29. 29. Energy Manager Challenge Imagine you are the energy manager at a 20 year old gaming facility in BC. Your GM has challenged you to develop a strategy for reducing operating costs by 30% by 2019 through energy upgrades. Q1: What would be your top five priorities in year one?
  30. 30. Energy Manager Challenge Imagine you are the energy manager at a 20-year-old gaming facility in BC. Your GM has challenged you to develop a strategy for reducing operating costs by 30% by 2019 through energy upgrades. Q1: What would be your top five priorities in year one? Q2: In year two, your GM tells you that the last RG audit recommended an increase in natural light, to give players a better sense of time. He wants you to prioritize this as part of your energy strategy. What changes would you make to your original plan?
  31. 31. Panel Feedback and Questions Imagine you are the energy manager at a 20-year-old gaming facility in BC. Your GM has challenged you to develop a strategy for reducing operating costs by 30% by 2019 through energy upgrades. Q1: What would be your top five priorities in year one? Q2: In year two, your GM tells you that the last RG audit recommended an increase in natural light, to give players a better sense of time. He wants you to prioritize this as part of your energy strategy. What changes would you make to your original plan?

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