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Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District)
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  • 1. Municipal Energy Planning
    Andrew Dane
    University of Wisconsin-Extension
    CNRED Southern District In-Service
    November 19th, 2008
  • 2. Past experiencesFuture projects or educational ideas
  • 3. Outline
    Background
    Three approaches
    Future directions
    Questions
  • 4. Bioenergy is energy that is contained in biological materials, mostly plants and animals. A specific plant or substance used for bioenergy is called a feedstock
    Environmental Concerns
  • 5. Increased Energy Costs
  • 6. Increased Energy Costs
  • 7. Energy Security Concerns
  • 8. Wind Component Manufacturing: 25,000 New Jobs
    Source: REPP & Blue-Green Alliance
  • 9. Solar Component Manufacturing: 5,000 New Jobs
    Source: REPP & Blue-Green Alliance
    Source: REPP & Blue-Green Alliance
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  • 13. Energy Planning: Community Focus
  • 14. Visions of Sustainability
    • Smart Growth Planning
    • 15. Green Communities
    • 16. Solar Cities
    • 17. Sustainable Communities
    • 18. Reducing the Carbon Footprint
    • 19. Energy Self-reliance
    Source: Ingrid Kelley, Energy Center of Wisconsin
  • 20. Community Participation
  • 21. The Six-Step Plan
    The Vision
    The Energy Use Baseline
    The Resource Baseline
    The Evaluation of Alternatives
    The Plan and Timeline
    The Measure of Success
    Source: Ingrid Kelley, Energy Center of Wisconsin
  • 22. Step One: The Vision
    Burger King, Gardner, MA
    Photo from NREL
    Charlottesville, VA Pedestrian Mall
    Photo from LD Design and Illustration
    Source: Ingrid Kelley, Energy Center of Wisconsin
  • 23. Step Two: The Energy Use Baseline
    Western WI Renewable Energy Survey Report, UW-Extension, 2008
  • 24. Step Three: The Resource Baseline
  • 25. Step Four: The Evaluation of Alternatives
    Solar Panels on a Federal Building in Maryland
    NREL Photos
    Iowa Wind Farm
    Source: Ingrid Kelley, Energy Center of Wisconsin
  • 26. Bob Schauf, Straight Veggie Oil
  • 27. Emerald Dairy: Biogas & Algae
  • 28. Step Five: The Plan and Timeline
  • 29. Step Six: The Measure of Success
    Source: Ingrid Kelley, Energy Center of Wisconsin
  • 30. Chippewa County Comprehensive
    Energy Conservation Plan
    SAVING MONEY AND REDUCING POLLUTION
    Energy Planning: Operational Focus
    www.capacitycenter.orgMunicipal Energy Planning Guidebook
    County Administrator’s Ad Hoc Energy Committee
    Final Report to Chippewa County Administrator and County Board – October 2009
  • 31. The Six-Step Plan
    A Mandate
    Rough Baseline & Sense of What’s Possible
    Specific Goal(s)
    A Detailed Energy Baseline
    Thorough Energy Audits
    Evaluation of Alternatives
    A Plan
  • 32. Step One: A Mandate
    “Do an energy plan because that other
    County is doing one”
  • 33. Step Two: Rough Baseline & Sense of What’s Possible
  • 34. What’s Possible?
  • 35.
  • 36. Step Three: Specific Goals
    “Reduce energy
    consumption by 20% in 2 years”
  • 37. Step Four: A Detailed Energy Baseline
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  • 48. Finally, let’s inventory, quantify, acknowledge all of the great work
    That has already been done at the local level to address energy
    goals
  • 49. Step Five: Thorough Energy Audits
  • 50. Step Six: Evaluation of Alternatives
  • 51. Step Seven: A Plan

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