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Energy Conservation For Liu
Energy Conservation For Liu
Energy Conservation For Liu
Energy Conservation For Liu
Energy Conservation For Liu
Energy Conservation For Liu
Energy Conservation For Liu
Energy Conservation For Liu
Energy Conservation For Liu
Energy Conservation For Liu
Energy Conservation For Liu
Energy Conservation For Liu
Energy Conservation For Liu
Energy Conservation For Liu
Energy Conservation For Liu
Energy Conservation For Liu
Energy Conservation For Liu
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Energy Conservation For Liu
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  1. Energy Efficiency for Nonprofits – Taking Advantage of NY State Grants Now Available to Reduce Waste Prepared for LIGREEN participants Rev. A Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved.
  2. Agenda Why is it more important than ever to act now to conserve energy as a Nonprofit? Key issues facing Nonprofit organizations Nonprofit criteria for decision making? Who we are Solution overview Solution benefits Key aspects of solution Pricing and financing Next step for Nonprofit 10/22/2009 Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved. 2
  3. Why is it more important than ever to act now to conserve energy as a nonprofit? “Your carbon emissions are U.S. President Obama has made it your duty to creating carbonic acids recover the economy in the oceans You paid for it already by way of a hidden and distribution charge in most cases consequently all the shell U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Steven Chu fish and coral has said energy conservation technology is reefs will be “SEXY” dissolved by Grants are on a first come first serve basis the year 2100, unless…” Government employees are obligated to energy according to waste reduction…by law Stony Brook Southampton The environment is suffering terribly Professor Dr. Cindy Lee. 10/22/2009 Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved. 3
  4. Key issues facing Nonprofits? Insolvency Depreciating/decaying facilities and equipment Fixed budgets Complex Federal, State, & Local policies 10/22/2009 Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved. 4
  5. Key issues (Cont’d) Half the power is lost getting to your facility Buildings are responsible for over 70% of all electricity demand and over 50% of all natural gas demand in the US (Source JCI). At least 25% of school district energy costs can be avoided through comprehensive energy conservation strategies (Source U.S. Department of Energy [DOE]) Most sensible thing to do before a renewable energy project (Source DOE) 10/22/2009 Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved. 5
  6. Key issues (Cont’d) In a typical internal combustion engine, fossil fuel is consumed/wasted as follows: Useful work energy – 20% Heat energy lost to cooling system – 36% Heat energy lost through exhaust – 38% Energy lost to friction – 6% Source www.freeenergynews.com 10/22/2009 Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved. 6
  7. Nonprofit criteria for decision making? Energy performance contracts that are guaranteed Contractor credibility Product longevity High quality Low price Short service delivery Local products and services 10/22/2009 Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved. 7
  8. Who we are… Our mission and purpose is to catapult every single one of us into the 21st century by quickly and affordably reducing all of our carbon footprints, one business, household, and vehicle at a time. 10/22/2009 Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved. 8
  9. Who we are (Cont’d) 1. Year old international engineering firm with 140 years of combined industry experience 2. Approximately $1 Million in revenue forecast 3. More than 4 clients electric bills ranging from $5,000 to $125000 per month or fuels bill greater than $1500 per month 4. Partnered with Energy Automation Systems Inc. for large jobs & LIGREEN! 5. Engineering firm comprised of: 1. Electrical Engineers 2. Computer Scientists 3. Electricians 4. HVAC Professionals 5. Lighting Professionals 6. Motor vehicle Professionals 7. ITIL Certified Professionals soon to be LEED Certified 10/22/2009 Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved. 9
  10. Solution overview (unique approach electricity) Whole Facility Approach – Lighting – HVAC – Refrigeration – Motors – Electrical Distribution System The goal is to get you small and moderate savings across various electrical loads and have the aggregate add up! Typical overall savings range from 8% to 30% off the bottom line (cost and kWh) and your carbon footprint. Everyone profits! 10/22/2009 Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved. 10
  11. Solution overview (Cont’d) ConserveFuelSM (i.e. gasoline & diesel) for fleets (i.e. ships & trucks) ConserveMoneySM ConserveEarthSM Store Energy Star Repair Program 10/22/2009 Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved. 11
  12. Understood by These Companies 10/22/2009 Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved. 12
  13. Solution benefits (Outputs from our superior energy audit service) Complete inventory of electrical devices Detail design of all the components “You can’t Billing History Analysis manage it if Cost and Load Analysis Load Group Analysis you don’t Load and Cost Breakdown measure it!” Electrical Cost Projection Dr. Deming Savings Projection & Envir. Savings Projection Tax Savings / LIPA Rebates for Retrofits Comparison of Investments Lease v. Buy Analysis Financial Summary Documentation for a Federal Grant! 10/22/2009 Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved. 13
  14. Solution benefits (Cont’d) Arc flash hazards Power flow studies optimization Protective device Short circuit guards coordination Motor starting analysis NEC design Harmonic studies compliance Trim KWh demand charges NOTE: Services for extremely large facilities 10/22/2009 Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved. 14
  15. Solution benefits- retrofits (Cont’d) 4FT/4BULB/T12(MAG) out 53% 2BULB/T12(MAG) out 30% 2BULB/UBEND out 53% 8FT/2BULB/T12(MAG) out 47%@60Wto58%@75W 8FT/2BULB/T12 with 90Wor 39% 110W out MH to HPS 400W/250W out 51% /49% MH1000W out 36% Halogen 65W DC out 50% EXIT incandescent out 75% approx. 65Watt Bulb to 7.5Watt LED 88% 10/22/2009 Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved. 15
  16. Solution benefits product savings (Cont’d) Lighting - Illuminliner 25% Lighting – Euroliner 20% Lighting – LVR 25% Lighting – Implants 20% to 30% Medium Motors – Easiliner 8% Small Motors – Microliner 8% Large Motors – Powerliner 7-8% DC / VFD Motors – CompulinerII 7-10% HVAC & Refr - Frigi-Tech 10% HVAC - Final Condensers 8% Heating/Cooling – EasiOptimizer 10-20% Surge Protection - TVSS 0% Transformers 26% 10/22/2009 Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved. 16
  17. Solution benefits fuel savings (Cont’d) Green Hydrogen Generator < 20% fleet Fuel Heater 15% Fleet Replace worn oxygen sensor or use 6% kicker potentiometer or performance smart chip Spark plugs 5% maybe greater Oil additives 5% Gas/Diesel additives 5% A/C & possibly Antifreeze & Coolant 10% maybe greater Tire Reduce weight by 10% 7% kicker Tire pressure / Nitrogen in tires 5% Driving tips 5<30% Faulty gas cap 3% Dirty air filter 5% 10/22/2009 Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved. 17
  18. Key aspects Passive or won’t be noticed Improved capacity and horse power Equipment lasts longer Lowers the overall maintenance costs of the operation Cools the equipment Good for the environment Applies to new or existing structures/equip. 10/22/2009 Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved. 18
  19. Pricing and financing Industrial audits Projects Payback period – typically 3 years – Add in a wind turbine, solar panels, generator Return on investment PONs and rebates Financing – 6 months to 20 year period depends on organizational objectives 10/22/2009 Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved. 19
  20. Next steps for Nonprofits 1. Let us survey your grounds. We will provide you with the necessary energy reduction quote and PON application. 2. Submit the PON with the reduction quote to NYSERDA to obtain the funding. We'll honor the deposit in either of these scenarios. This next step requires some thought. 3. Go forward with project... a) Separately; or b) Merge it in with any outstanding energy performance contracts. The other primary contractors are willing to take on the project. We need to complete STEP 2 in order for me to give them the material and labor costs for option b. 4. Done for now. For more info., please email us sales@greenspacepros.com 10/22/2009 Copyright 2009 ITM Corp all rights reserved. 20

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