Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOs Task from Ellen: motivating the ESCOs to expand their service offerings...
Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOs• “Upgrading and replacing energy-consuming equipment in buildings offer...
Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOsText
Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOsText
Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOsText
Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOsText
Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOsText
Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOsText
Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOs
Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOsText
Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOsFinancing options (text quoted):•Over the past few years, there have bee...
Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOs Summary of financing concepts
McGraw Hill report
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Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOsText
Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOs
Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOsText
Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOsText
Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOs
Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOsMost common retrofit strategies, by firm size
Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOsText
Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOsFinancing
Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOsObstacles
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  • Image / text source: United States Building Energy Efficiency Retrofits Market Sizing and Financing Models -March 2012 (Rockefeller Foundation, Deutsche Bank Climate Change Advisors)1 This economic impact is a directional estimate, which converts the volumetric energy savings to dollar savings using sector specific energy prices from the U.S. EIA, as well as EIA estimates for sector specific electricity price escalation. It does not incorporate the feedback loop of reduced demand via energy savings affecting prices
  • Image / text source: United States Building Energy Efficiency Retrofits Market Sizing and Financing Models -March 2012 (Rockefeller Foundation, Deutsche Bank Climate Change Advisors)
  • Image / text source: United States Building Energy Efficiency Retrofits Market Sizing and Financing Models -March 2012 (Rockefeller Foundation, Deutsche Bank Climate Change Advisors)
  • Image / text source: United States Building Energy Efficiency Retrofits Market Sizing and Financing Models -March 2012 (Rockefeller Foundation, Deutsche Bank Climate Change Advisors)
  • Image / text source: United States Building Energy Efficiency Retrofits Market Sizing and Financing Models -March 2012 (Rockefeller Foundation, Deutsche Bank Climate Change Advisors)
  • Image / text source: United States Building Energy Efficiency Retrofits Market Sizing and Financing Models -March 2012 (Rockefeller Foundation, Deutsche Bank Climate Change Advisors)
  • Image / text source: United States Building Energy Efficiency Retrofits Market Sizing and Financing Models -March 2012 (Rockefeller Foundation, Deutsche Bank Climate Change Advisors)
  • Image / text source: United States Building Energy Efficiency Retrofits Market Sizing and Financing Models -March 2012 (Rockefeller Foundation, Deutsche Bank Climate Change Advisors)
  • Image / text source: United States Building Energy Efficiency Retrofits Market Sizing and Financing Models -March 2012 (Rockefeller Foundation, Deutsche Bank Climate Change Advisors)
  • Image / text source: United States Building Energy Efficiency Retrofits Market Sizing and Financing Models -March 2012 (Rockefeller Foundation, Deutsche Bank Climate Change Advisors)
  • Image / text source: United States Building Energy Efficiency Retrofits Market Sizing and Financing Models -March 2012 (Rockefeller Foundation, Deutsche Bank Climate Change Advisors)
  • Image / text source: United States Building Energy Efficiency Retrofits Market Sizing and Financing Models -March 2012 (Rockefeller Foundation, Deutsche Bank Climate Change Advisors)
  • Image / text source: Business Case forEnergy Efficient Building Retrofit and Renovation, McGraw-Hill Construction, SmartMarket Report, 2011, funding by U.S. DOE. The data used to track the retrofit and renovation market activity were compiled from the McGraw-Hill Construction (MHC) database of construction projects. Through the Dodge Net- work, MHC publishes approximately 700,000 reports annually, covering all project types (e.g., nonresidential, residential, non-building). From this pool of projects, MHC draws the Construction Activity Service (CAS) Database, which pulls project information on a monthly basis from the Dodge Network data on projects that have started construction. This data- base of start projects goes back to 1967. These data are used for analytical purposes, and they form the basis for all of the analysis of market activity represented in this section.
  • Image / text source: Business Case forEnergy Efficient Building Retrofit and Renovation, McGraw-Hill Construction, SmartMarket Report, 2011, funding by U.S. DOE. The data used to track the retrofit and renovation market activity were compiled from the McGraw-Hill Construction (MHC) database of construction projects. Through the Dodge Net- work, MHC publishes approximately 700,000 reports annually, covering all project types (e.g., nonresidential, residential, non-building). From this pool of projects, MHC draws the Construction Activity Service (CAS) Database, which pulls project information on a monthly basis from the Dodge Network data on projects that have started construction. This data- base of start projects goes back to 1967. These data are used for analytical purposes, and they form the basis for all of the analysis of market activity represented in this section.
  • Image / text source: Business Case forEnergy Efficient Building Retrofit and Renovation, McGraw-Hill Construction, SmartMarket Report, 2011, funding by U.S. DOE. The data used to track the retrofit and renovation market activity were compiled from the McGraw-Hill Construction (MHC) database of construction projects. Through the Dodge Net- work, MHC publishes approximately 700,000 reports annually, covering all project types (e.g., nonresidential, residential, non-building). From this pool of projects, MHC draws the Construction Activity Service (CAS) Database, which pulls project information on a monthly basis from the Dodge Network data on projects that have started construction. This data- base of start projects goes back to 1967. These data are used for analytical purposes, and they form the basis for all of the analysis of market activity represented in this section.
  • Image / text source: Business Case forEnergy Efficient Building Retrofit and Renovation, McGraw-Hill Construction, SmartMarket Report, 2011, funding by U.S. DOE. The data used to track the retrofit and renovation market activity were compiled from the McGraw-Hill Construction (MHC) database of construction projects. Through the Dodge Net- work, MHC publishes approximately 700,000 reports annually, covering all project types (e.g., nonresidential, residential, non-building). From this pool of projects, MHC draws the Construction Activity Service (CAS) Database, which pulls project information on a monthly basis from the Dodge Network data on projects that have started construction. This data- base of start projects goes back to 1967. These data are used for analytical purposes, and they form the basis for all of the analysis of market activity represented in this section.
  • Image / text source: Business Case forEnergy Efficient Building Retrofit and Renovation, McGraw-Hill Construction, SmartMarket Report, 2011, funding by U.S. DOE. The data used to track the retrofit and renovation market activity were compiled from the McGraw-Hill Construction (MHC) database of construction projects. Through the Dodge Net- work, MHC publishes approximately 700,000 reports annually, covering all project types (e.g., nonresidential, residential, non-building). From this pool of projects, MHC draws the Construction Activity Service (CAS) Database, which pulls project information on a monthly basis from the Dodge Network data on projects that have started construction. This data- base of start projects goes back to 1967. These data are used for analytical purposes, and they form the basis for all of the analysis of market activity represented in this section.
  • Image / text source: Business Case forEnergy Efficient Building Retrofit and Renovation, McGraw-Hill Construction, SmartMarket Report, 2011, funding by U.S. DOE. The data used to track the retrofit and renovation market activity were compiled from the McGraw-Hill Construction (MHC) database of construction projects. Through the Dodge Net- work, MHC publishes approximately 700,000 reports annually, covering all project types (e.g., nonresidential, residential, non-building). From this pool of projects, MHC draws the Construction Activity Service (CAS) Database, which pulls project information on a monthly basis from the Dodge Network data on projects that have started construction. This data- base of start projects goes back to 1967. These data are used for analytical purposes, and they form the basis for all of the analysis of market activity represented in this section.
  • Image / text source: Business Case forEnergy Efficient Building Retrofit and Renovation, McGraw-Hill Construction, SmartMarket Report, 2011, funding by U.S. DOE. The data used to track the retrofit and renovation market activity were compiled from the McGraw-Hill Construction (MHC) database of construction projects. Through the Dodge Net- work, MHC publishes approximately 700,000 reports annually, covering all project types (e.g., nonresidential, residential, non-building). From this pool of projects, MHC draws the Construction Activity Service (CAS) Database, which pulls project information on a monthly basis from the Dodge Network data on projects that have started construction. This data- base of start projects goes back to 1967. These data are used for analytical purposes, and they form the basis for all of the analysis of market activity represented in this section.
  • Image / text source: Business Case forEnergy Efficient Building Retrofit and Renovation, McGraw-Hill Construction, SmartMarket Report, 2011, funding by U.S. DOE. The data used to track the retrofit and renovation market activity were compiled from the McGraw-Hill Construction (MHC) database of construction projects. Through the Dodge Net- work, MHC publishes approximately 700,000 reports annually, covering all project types (e.g., nonresidential, residential, non-building). From this pool of projects, MHC draws the Construction Activity Service (CAS) Database, which pulls project information on a monthly basis from the Dodge Network data on projects that have started construction. This data- base of start projects goes back to 1967. These data are used for analytical purposes, and they form the basis for all of the analysis of market activity represented in this section.
  • Image / text source: Business Case forEnergy Efficient Building Retrofit and Renovation, McGraw-Hill Construction, SmartMarket Report, 2011, funding by U.S. DOE. The data used to track the retrofit and renovation market activity were compiled from the McGraw-Hill Construction (MHC) database of construction projects. Through the Dodge Net- work, MHC publishes approximately 700,000 reports annually, covering all project types (e.g., nonresidential, residential, non-building). From this pool of projects, MHC draws the Construction Activity Service (CAS) Database, which pulls project information on a monthly basis from the Dodge Network data on projects that have started construction. This data- base of start projects goes back to 1967. These data are used for analytical purposes, and they form the basis for all of the analysis of market activity represented in this section.
  • Image / text source: Business Case forEnergy Efficient Building Retrofit and Renovation, McGraw-Hill Construction, SmartMarket Report, 2011, funding by U.S. DOE. The data used to track the retrofit and renovation market activity were compiled from the McGraw-Hill Construction (MHC) database of construction projects. Through the Dodge Net- work, MHC publishes approximately 700,000 reports annually, covering all project types (e.g., nonresidential, residential, non-building). From this pool of projects, MHC draws the Construction Activity Service (CAS) Database, which pulls project information on a monthly basis from the Dodge Network data on projects that have started construction. This data- base of start projects goes back to 1967. These data are used for analytical purposes, and they form the basis for all of the analysis of market activity represented in this section.
  • Image / text source: Business Case forEnergy Efficient Building Retrofit and Renovation, McGraw-Hill Construction, SmartMarket Report, 2011, funding by U.S. DOE. The data used to track the retrofit and renovation market activity were compiled from the McGraw-Hill Construction (MHC) database of construction projects. Through the Dodge Net- work, MHC publishes approximately 700,000 reports annually, covering all project types (e.g., nonresidential, residential, non-building). From this pool of projects, MHC draws the Construction Activity Service (CAS) Database, which pulls project information on a monthly basis from the Dodge Network data on projects that have started construction. This data- base of start projects goes back to 1967. These data are used for analytical purposes, and they form the basis for all of the analysis of market activity represented in this section.
  • Image / text source: Business Case forEnergy Efficient Building Retrofit and Renovation, McGraw-Hill Construction, SmartMarket Report, 2011, funding by U.S. DOE. The data used to track the retrofit and renovation market activity were compiled from the McGraw-Hill Construction (MHC) database of construction projects. Through the Dodge Net- work, MHC publishes approximately 700,000 reports annually, covering all project types (e.g., nonresidential, residential, non-building). From this pool of projects, MHC draws the Construction Activity Service (CAS) Database, which pulls project information on a monthly basis from the Dodge Network data on projects that have started construction. This data- base of start projects goes back to 1967. These data are used for analytical purposes, and they form the basis for all of the analysis of market activity represented in this section.
  • Dr building the esco case market potential (aj-18 june2012) (1)

    1. 1. Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOs Task from Ellen: motivating the ESCOs to expand their service offerings to capitalize on deeper savings opportunities. Wed like some graphics and explanatory text about how the potential has been characterized and what the potential investment value is.
    2. 2. Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOs• “Upgrading and replacing energy-consuming equipment in buildings offers animportant capital investment opportunity, with the potential for significanteconomic, climate, and employment impacts.• In the United States alone, more than $279 billion could be invested across theresidential, commercial, and institutional market segments. ($182B residential, $72Bcommercial, $25B institutional)• This investment could yield more than $1 trillion1 of energy savings over 10years, equivalent to savings of approximately 30% of the annual electricity spend inthe United States.• Scaling building retrofits could mitigate more than 600 million metric tons of CO2 peryear (~10% of U.S. emissions in 2010)• Increased building retrofits could create more than 3.3 million new direct andindirect cumulative job years (excluding induced) in the United States economy.”
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    11. 11. Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOsFinancing options (text quoted):•Over the past few years, there have been new emerging financing structures, such asEnergy Service Agreements (ESAs), Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE), and On-Bill-Finance options, which offer significant potential to address historical barriers andachieve scale across the different market segments.•These provide additional options beyond ESCOs, which operate primarily ingovernment markets (which include both commercial and institutional segments).•PACE has potential as a model for all segments, but it requires significant regulatorysupport and acceptance from the mortgage industry. On-Bill Finance could be utilizedwith enabling regulation or used as a mechanism to enhance other financing modelsacross the three building market segments.•In particular, we believe that the Energy Service Agreement structure offers significantnear term potential to scale quickly and meet the needs of both real estate owners andcapital providers in the commercial and institutional market, without the requirementfor external enablers such as regulation or subsidy.
    12. 12. Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOs Summary of financing concepts
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    20. 20. Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOsMost common retrofit strategies, by firm size
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    22. 22. Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOsFinancing
    23. 23. Deep Retrofits: Building the Market case for ESCOsObstacles

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