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Gulf Coast Green 2010. Dan Bullock is with the U.S. DOE Gulf Coast Clean Energy Application Center.

Gulf Coast Green 2010. Dan Bullock is with the U.S. DOE Gulf Coast Clean Energy Application Center.

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  • Daniel Bullock, MS, MPAff Gulf Coast Green Expo Houston, TX April 16, 2010
    • Develop regional strategies to support CHP, WHR, and DE in TX, LA, and OK
      • 1. Education and Outreach
        • Website, workshops, webinars
      • 2. Project Support
        • Audits, feasibility studies, assistance
      • 3. Policy Development
        • Legislative and regulatory issues
    • U.S. Dept. of Energy Gulf Coast Clean Energy Application Center
      • RESOURCES
      • LEED-accredited professional
      • Technical and economic analysis expertise
      • Regulatory expertise
      • Project development expertise
      • Air quality expertise
    Dan Bullock, Director Ross Tomlin, Policy Development Krishnan Umamaheswar, Project Support
      • CHP Overview
      • Commercial Applications
      • LEED Eligibility
  • US CHP Goal: 240 GW of CHP by 2030 20% of total generating capacity
  • 135 facilities 100 140 60 20 Count of Facilities Source: Summit Blue Total Capacity 17,000 MW
    • Estimated Annual Energy Savings 0.46 Quads
    • About equal to fossil fuel savings of the entire Texas nuclear fleet
    • Saved 5 times the fossil fuel that wind energy saved in 2007
    Source: Tommy John Engineering Impact of Texas Fleet
  • Efficiency gains through heat capture and use. Combined Heat & Power 70-90% Separate Heat & Power 40-50%
  • Fuel input Work Electricity Steam Turbine Steam Needs Hot Water Needs Steam Driven Chiller (Cooling) Heat Steam Prime Mover Electricity Generator Steam Generator
  • BUILDING DEMAND POWER EXPORTS ARE NOT A DRIVING DESIGN REQUIREMENT. BEHIND THE FENCE SYSTEMS ARE MOST DESIRABLE. THERMAL ELECTRICAL EXPORT or WASTE } HIGHEST RELIABILITY OPTION Sized to meet max electrical load THERMAL ELECTRICAL EXCESS THERMAL HIGHEST EFFICIENCY OPTION } UTILITY SUPPLIED Sized to meet min. thermal load THERMAL ELECTRICAL DEFICIT DEFICIT UTILITY SUPPLIED }
    • Reduces energy costs
    • Attractive return on investment
    • Energy security and reliability
    • Reduced emissions
    • Improved power quality
    • LEED Points
    • Hotels
    • Prisons
    • Airports
    • Hospitals
    • Universities
    • Data Centers
    • Grocery Stores
    • Wastewater Treatment
    • Refrigerated Warehouses
    • Emergency Management Facilities
    • Homeland Security & Sanctuary Locations
      • Dell Children’s Hospital (Austin) 4.3 MW
      • BP Rodeo and Helios Center (Houston) 4.3 MW
      • Methodist Hospital (Houston) 4.3 MW
      • TECO – Texas Medical Center (Houston) 50-100 MW
      • Targa Resources (Mont Belvieu) 14 MW
      • The University of Texas at Austin (Austin) 34 MW
      • Texas A&M University (College Station) 34 MW
  • Turbine Exhaust Diverter Valve Module Absorption Chiller & Exhaust Module Inlet Cooling Module Condenser Water Pump & CHP Control Room Module 4.5 MW Combustion Turbine Generator
      • 4.3 MW electricity + chilled water
      • Energy security
      • 1 st Platinum LEED in Houston
      • “ Top Texas Projects” award – Texas Construction , 2008
    Data Center Application
      • New rating system - greater emphasis on “Energy and Atmosphere”
    21% 34%
    • Certified 40–49 points
    • Silver 50–59 points
    • Gold 60–79 points
    • Platinum 80 points and above
    LEED 2009
    • CHP contributes to LEED pts. for Energy and Atmosphere (EA1)
      • up to 19 pts
    • Can also contribute to LEED pts. for Renewable Energy (EA2)
      • up to 7 pts
    • Platinum rating is PRACTICALLY impossible w/o CHP
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    • HB1831 & HB4409
    • Requires CHP feasibility studies in critical government buildings
    • Education webinars offered on a regular basis
    • www.txsecurepower.org
  • www.GulfCoastCleanEnergy.org Dan Bullock , MS, MPAff Director 281-364-6087 [email_address] Ross Tomlin , MPAff Clean Energy Policy 281-363-7922 [email_address] Krishnan Umamaheswar , LEED AP, CEM, CDSM Project Support 281-363-7906 [email_address] Ginny Jahn Administrative Support 281-364-6051 [email_address]