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    "Business And Ethical Case For Energy Efficiency" with Glenn Cannon 9/23/2008 "Business And Ethical Case For Energy Efficiency" with Glenn Cannon 9/23/2008 Presentation Transcript

    • RE-AMP Commons www.reamp.org presents this live, interactive webcast briefing The business & ethical case for energy efficiency Tuesday, September 23, 2008 1:30-3pm CDT Featuring Glenn Cannon • Clean Energy Ambassador, Plains Justice • Fmr chair, APPA
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    • e ee energy efficiency & ethics energy efficiency & ethics All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy efficiency & ethics NIMBY BANANA NOMP All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy efficiency & ethics All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy efficiency & ethics What was the greatest engineering achievement of the 20th century? – Automobile – Interstate highway system – Computer – Internet – Airplane – Television – Space exploration All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy efficiency & ethics Electrification of the U.S. – National Academy of Engineering All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy efficiency & ethics One third of world population doesn’t have access to reliable electricity. All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy efficiency Energy is Vital to Industrialized Nations & ethics • Electricity is a foundation of our economy • Electricity is a public good All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy efficiency & ethics All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy efficiency Today’s Energy Challenges & ethics • Energy demand is growing • Aging infrastructure • Rising utility bills • Increasing generation costs Gas and coal prices Building cleaner generation • Reliability issues • Natural gas prices increasing / volatile • Carbon risk • Pending large transmission and generation investments in uncertain investment world All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy efficiency & ethics Energy production and use account for nearly 80% of air pollution, more than 88% of greenhouse gas emissions, and more environmental damage than any other human activity. All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy efficiency Consumption of Electricity & ethics kWh Per Capita All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy efficiency The Fish Hook & ethics The price of electricity All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy efficiency Natural Catastrophes & ethics Source: Munich Re All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee Economic Losses of Great energy efficiency & ethics Natural Catastrophes Source: Munich Re All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee According to the 2007 Strategic Direction energy efficiency & ethics In the Electric Utility Industry Survey: • Environment remains the number 3 concern among Utilities today • Of respondents, 82% believe that global warming is occurring, and 72% believe there will be carbon legislation by 2011 • Due to carbon regulation uncertainty. 13 coal plants representing 11 Gigawatts of base load capacity have been canceled or deferred! • 50% state that their organizations publicly acknowledge climate change as a man-made problem • 86% of organizations claim to have adequately positioned themselves as environmentally aware All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy Moral Obligation efficiency & ethics (Especially for a Monopoly) • Environmental stewardship • Educating Energy Efficiency All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee There are two sides energy efficiency & ethics to every meter • Utility efficiency efforts • Customer efficiency efforts All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee Energy Efficiency is a energy efficiency & ethics Key Part of the Solution Environmental Economic Utility System Risk Management • Savings to customers Benefits • Lower carbon • Diversifies utility emissions and • Near-term tool with resource portfolios • Lower cost (about criteria pollutants persistent, long-term half) compared to • Zero carbon benefits • Lower water use new G&T emissions • Downward pressure • Improved security of on natural gas systems prices and volatility • Lower baseload and peak demand • Improved local economy, using • Reduce need for local labor “hard to site” G&T assets • Benefits low–income, seniors • Targeted, modular, manageable Quick, cheap, and clean resource All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy efficiency & ethics Why energy efficiency and what is the cost? All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy Benefits of Energy Efficiency efficiency & ethics • Useful for reducing long-term energy consumption • Not dispatchable • Permanent energy (kWh) reduction - Permanent peak demand (kW) reduction • Size of impact is predictable • No reduction or shift in customer value, comfort or output All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee U.S. Utility-Delivered Energy Efficiency energy efficiency & ethics Has More Than a Decade of Experience Established energy efficiency as reliable, low-cost resource in some areas • Real programs with real results • Delivering efficiency typically at $0.02 to $0.03 per lifetime kWh saved and $1.30 to $2.00 per lifetime MMBtu saved All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee U.S. Utility-Delivered Energy Efficiency energy efficiency & ethics Has More Than a Decade of Experience Established large potential to meet new demand, address growth • Can help control load growth by 50% or more if desired All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee U.S. Utility-Delivered Energy Efficiency energy efficiency & ethics Has More Than a Decade of Experience Established various measurement and verification procedures • Savings are real, persistent if programs designed and implemented well • Can be integrated into resource planning All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee U.S. Utility-Delivered Energy Efficiency energy efficiency & ethics Has More Than a Decade of Experience Established model energy efficiency delivery programs for key customer classes • Industrial – Commercial – Residential – Municipal/Government • Low income; Gas/Electric; New/Mature Portfolios All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee U.S. Utility-Delivered Energy Efficiency energy efficiency & ethics Has More Than a Decade of Experience Established efficiency programs can help customers • Make sound energy use decisions • Increase control over their energy bills • Save 10, 20, and 30 percent on energy bills All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy efficiency & ethics New Nuclear Energy Efficiency Plant Cost Reduction Energy Efficiency Programs Cost per kW New Coal Reduction Plant All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee Appliance Rebate Program energy efficiency & ethics REBATE LEVELS Refrigerators Clothes Washers Dishwashers Room Air Conditioners 15% above minimum 1.42 Modified Energy 30% above minimum 15% above federal energy federal energy Factor or higher federal energy standards standards standards $100.00 $50.00 $25.00 $25.00 90% of all residential customers participated in one or more of the rebate programs All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee Good Cents Residential energy efficiency & ethics • Design • Orientation • Thermal Protection • Weatherization • Equipment Efficiency • Equipment Sizing All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee Good Cents Residential energy efficiency & ethics Good Cents Standards Basic building standards required in our region • Size heating & cooling equipment properly using R-44 Attic Insulation ACCA Manual J standards R-19 Sidewall Insulation R-11 Basement Insulation • Air Conditioning efficiency standard of 12 SEER or Low E Windows higher Basic thermal standards required in our region • Heating equipment efficiency standard of 92% or higher < 1350 sq/ft 22 BTU/Hr 1,350 to 2,350 sq/ft 21 BTU/Hr • Caulking inspection must take place prior to 2,350 > sq/ft 19 BTU/Hr installation 10% Rate Reduction for 10 Years of wall insulation and sheet rock 95% Market Share on All New • Conduct Blower Door testing at the completion of construction to certify the home meets air infiltration Construction tightness and ventilation rates are met All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy efficiency Residential Air Conditioner Rebate & ethics Waverly Light and Power has a $200.00 incentive for installation of a new HVAC system. The system must have a SEER rating of 12 or higher. WLP performs an energy audit of a home prior to installation of the new system using ACCA Manual J standards. Waverly Light and Power has a replacement guarantee should the equipment sized by Waverly Light and Power fail to properly cool the home. All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy efficiency Commercial and Industrial Program & ethics Waverly Light and Power offers a cash rebate of $300.00 per KW saved to commercial and industrial customers. Demand reductions can come from improving lighting, HVAC, or motors. Waverly Light and Power must approve KW savings, and calculations prior to installation. All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy efficiency Conservation Analysis July, 2008 & ethics Net Savings $1,560,958 All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy efficiency & ethics • $1.5 million • 40% reduction in capacity ownership buy • 4 months free service for every residential customer All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee energy efficiency Greenhouse Gas Reduction Summary & ethics Gross Emissions, TPY 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 North Plant 764 2,906 267 382 550 1,200 465 805 1,441 2,111 650 1,154 1,473 1,281 217 700 South Plant 791 875 1,237 957 137 536 Hydro - - - - - - - Wind - - - - - - - Louisa 38,180 44,084 36,243 45,783 30,404 39,388 52,519 59,618 65,285 66,237 68,635 68,298 72,807 64,486 69,088 52,225 Purchased Power 53,623 55,643 69,182 62,248 77,364 75,574 69,592 62,723 63,169 57,123 63,469 64,978 65,995 72,164 67,218 95,162 Total 92,567 102,633 105,692 108,413 108,318 116,162 122,576 123,146 129,895 125,470 133,544 135,305 141,511 138,888 136,661 148,622 Reductions, TPY 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Hydro 1,106 2,055 2,073 2,642 2,294 1,920 2,263 2,054 2,084 1,609 1,345 - 477 2,209 2,428 Wind 41 119 125 113 125 93 2,247 4,469 4,305 6,948 6,600 6,207 4,340 Distribution Upgrade 345 345 (68) 780 1,889 1,980 2,512 2,194 1,540 1,398 481 3,223 2,995 2,623 1,996 3,083 Low Loss Transformers 71 71 71 71 18 22 27 31 36 40 45 45 45 45 45 45 Energy End Use Programs 3,644 3,622 7,289 10,933 12,219 12,388 12,497 12,566 12,899 16,329 16,462 16,708 17,578 18,212 19,129 19,530 HPS Lighting 490 493 490 459 424 430 496 496 298 607 617 613 598 580 565 Energy Saving Trees 79 158 237 316 367 413 458 501 537 574 595 628 646 667 404 Electric Vehicle 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - - - - - Trees Forever 20 41 61 81 94 106 118 130 137 146 151 159 164 169 148 Total 5,166 4,628 10,040 14,687 17,744 17,695 18,019 18,252 17,750 23,071 24,393 26,989 28,966 29,365 31,002 30,543 Summary 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Net Emissions, TPY 87,401 98,005 95,652 93,726 90,574 98,467 104,557 104,894 112,145 102,399 109,151 108,315 112,545 109,522 105,659 118,079 Reduction as % of Gross 5.6% 4.5% 9.5% 13.5% 16.4% 15.2% 14.7% 14.8% 13.7% 18.4% 18.3% 19.9% 20.5% 21.1% 22.7% 20.6% Total MWh 86544 90155 91496 96443 95998 100627 106383 107420 124157 122051.37 131285.26 132539.3 139595.11 137918.1 136520.6 146481.65 Net Tons of CO2 per MWh 1.010 1.087 1.045 0.972 0.943 0.979 0.983 0.976 0.903 0.839 0.831 0.817 0.806 0.794 0.774 0.806 All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee CO2 Reductions Tons of CO2 Per MWh Used energy efficiency & ethics All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee Energy efficiency & ethics NO REGRETS POLICY All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
    • e ee Energy efficiency & ethics “Man did not weave the web of life - he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself.“ -Chief Seattle, 1854 All content copyright © 2008, Plains Justice
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    • Thank you RE-AMP Members, be sure to mark your calendars for future live webcast briefings: “Climate of Change,” Nia Robinson, Environmental Justice Climate Change Initiative Director, Redefining Progress; Thursday, Oct. 23, 2008, 1:30-3pm CDT “New Apollo Program,” Apollo Alliance federal clean energy & jobs investment plan. Speakers TBA. Thursday, Oct. 30, 2008, 1:30-3pm CDT