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    Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District) Community Energy Planning (Cnred Southern District) Presentation Transcript

    • Municipal Energy Planning
      Andrew Dane
      University of Wisconsin-Extension
      CNRED Southern District In-Service
      November 19th, 2008
    • Past experiencesFuture projects or educational ideas
    • Outline
      Background
      Three approaches
      Future directions
      Questions
    • 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
    • Increased Energy Costs
    • Increased Energy Costs
    • Energy Security Concerns
    • Wind Component Manufacturing: 25,000 New Jobs
      Source: REPP & Blue-Green Alliance
    • Solar Component Manufacturing: 5,000 New Jobs
      Source: REPP & Blue-Green Alliance
      Source: REPP & Blue-Green Alliance
    • Energy Planning: Community Focus
    • Visions of Sustainability
      • Smart Growth Planning
      • Green Communities
      • Solar Cities
      • Sustainable Communities
      • Reducing the Carbon Footprint
      • Energy Self-reliance
      Source: Ingrid Kelley, Energy Center of Wisconsin
    • Community Participation
    • 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
    • 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
    • Step Two: The Energy Use Baseline
      Western WI Renewable Energy Survey Report, UW-Extension, 2008
    • Step Three: The Resource Baseline
    • 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
    • Bob Schauf, Straight Veggie Oil
    • Emerald Dairy: Biogas & Algae
    • Step Five: The Plan and Timeline
    • Step Six: The Measure of Success
      Source: Ingrid Kelley, Energy Center of Wisconsin
    • 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
    • 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
    • Step One: A Mandate
      “Do an energy plan because that other
      County is doing one”
    • Step Two: Rough Baseline & Sense of What’s Possible
    • What’s Possible?
    • Step Three: Specific Goals
      “Reduce energy
      consumption by 20% in 2 years”
    • Step Four: A Detailed Energy Baseline
    • Finally, let’s inventory, quantify, acknowledge all of the great work
      That has already been done at the local level to address energy
      goals
    • Step Five: Thorough Energy Audits
    • Step Six: Evaluation of Alternatives
    • Step Seven: A Plan