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Climate Change Mitigation & Sustainable Energy Initiatives
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Climate Change Mitigation & Sustainable Energy Initiatives
Climate Change Mitigation & Sustainable Energy Initiatives
Climate Change Mitigation & Sustainable Energy Initiatives
Climate Change Mitigation & Sustainable Energy Initiatives
Climate Change Mitigation & Sustainable Energy Initiatives
Climate Change Mitigation & Sustainable Energy Initiatives
Climate Change Mitigation & Sustainable Energy Initiatives
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Cindy Pollock Shea, LEED AP, Director Sustainability Office, UNC Chapel Hill, presentation at UNC Focus Forward Virtual Conference on April 7, 2010

Cindy Pollock Shea, LEED AP, Director Sustainability Office, UNC Chapel Hill, presentation at UNC Focus Forward Virtual Conference on April 7, 2010

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  • In the US, residential and commercial buildings consume ~40 percent of primary energy; residential 20.9, commercial 18% industry 32%, transportation 28% DOE building data book. Expenditures ~400 billion for res and commercial bldgs 38% of us GHG emissions and 8% of global ghg emissions.
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    • 1. Climate Change Mitigation and Sustainable Energy Initiatives
      Cindy Pollock Shea, LEED AP
      Director, Sustainability Office
      UNC Chapel Hill
      UNC Focus Forward April 7, 2010
    • 2. Overview
      Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory
      Climate Action Plan
      Energy Supply
      Energy Demand
      Campus Policies
      Organizational Structure
      Resources
    • 3. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory
      UNC Chapel Hill
    • 4. i
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      Emissions by Demand
      Building Energy
      Commuting
      Fugitive Emissions
      Air Travel
      Vehicle Fleet
      Landscaping
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    • 5. EmissionsTimeline
    • 6. Climate Action Plan
    • 7. Energy
      Conservation
      Green Building
      Transportation
      Behavior
      Supply
      Chain
      Offsets
      Approach
    • 8. Cost
      Carbon
      Climate Action Plan
    • 9. Renewables and
      Fuel Switching
      Efficiency
      Climate Action Plan
    • 10. Near-term Portfolio
    • 11. Near Term Impact
    • 12. A. Biomass Gasification at Carolina North (CN)
      B. 100% Coal Substitute
      C. 50% Coal Substitute
      D. Plasma Gasification of MSW - Syngas
      E. Shops and Informal Contract Recycling
      F. 50% Natural Gas, 50% Coal Substitute
      G. Plasma Gasification of MSW: Syngas + Natural Gas
      H. 50% Natural Gas
      I. Biomass Gasification w/ Biochar Production (CN)
      J.Energy Conservation (Mid-High Investment)
      K. Large Scale Biomass
      L. Biomass Gasification at CN (Phase II)
      M.Solar Thermal (CN)
      N. Solar Thermal to Electricity (Troughs) (CN)
      O. Solar Thermal to Electricity (Dish Sterling) (CN)
      P. Demo Scale Concentrating Solar PV (CN)
    • 13. 32 Megawatt Coal-Fired Cogeneration Plant
      • Twice as Efficient
      • 14. EPA Awards
      • 15. CO2 Reductions
    • Coal & Climate Change
      • Climate Legislation
      • 16. Monetization of Carbon
      • 17. Coal Ash Regulations
      • 18. Mining Regulations
      • 19. Coal Free Campus Campaign
      • 20. Energy Task Force
    • Potential New Energy Sources
    • 21. Renewable Energy Special Projects Committee
      • $4 Per Student Per Semester - 2003
      • 22. Solar Thermal System on
      Residence Hall
      • Geothermal Wells at Botanical
      Garden
      • Photovoltaic System on New
      Parking Deck
      • Biodiesel Fuel in Point 2 Point
      Buses
      • Energy Efficiency
      • 23. Lighting Upgrades
      • 24. Shut the Sash
    • Technologies on the Horizon
    • 25. Central Plant Efficiencies
    • 26. Central Plant Cost Savings
      Off Peak Chilled Water Production
    • 27. Seven Year Record of Progressin Energy Reduction
    • 28. Energy Efficiency
      Retrocommissioning / Building Tuneups
      Lighting Retrofits
      HVAC Improvements
      Reduced Air Changes per Hour in Labs
    • 29. Energy Conservation FY 2010
      Savings to date
      $1,717,877
      Outside Air and Dampers
      Occupancy Schedules and Building Setbacks
      http://save-energy.unc.edu/
    • 30. New Technologies
      • LED Lighting
      • 31. Occupancy Sensors for
      Ventilation
      • Variable Air Volume Fume
      Hoods
      • Chilled Beams
      • 32. Heat Recovery Chillers
    • High Performance/Green Building
    • Campus Specific Gap Analysis
      Energy Modeling
      Commissioning
      Building Acceptance Process
      Warranty Management
      LEED Documentation
    • 41. Transportation
      Fare Free Transit
      Commuter Alternative Program
    • 42. Behavior Change
    • 43. Education
      Environmental Science
      Capstones
      Climate Leadership and Energy Awareness Program
    • 44. Energy Policies
      Campus Policies and Procedures
      ADMINISTRATIONu ATHLETICS u CONDUCTu EMPLOYMENT uNONDISCRIMINATION u RESEARCH u STUDENTS
       
      Administration
      Accounting of Disclosures of Protected Health Information (PHI) Policies
      Alcohol: Guidelines for Serving Alcohol at University-Sponsored Events
      Carolina Development Policies and Procedures
      Charter of Chancellors Committee on Naming University Facilities and Units
      Compliance Line
      Credit Card Merchant Services Policy
      Energy Efficient Lighting Policy
      Energy Efficient Purchasing Policy
      Energy Use Policy
    • 45. Organizational Structure at UNC Chapel Hill
      Energy Services
      Energy Management
      Facilities Planning and Construction
      Facilities Services/HVAC
      Environment, Health & Safety
      Transportation Demand Management
      Office of Waste Reduction and Recycling
      Sustainability Office
      EVERYBODY on CAMPUS
    • 46. Wrap Up
      Ambitious Goals
      Process of Continuous Improvement
      Monitor and Measure
      Report & Provide Feedback
      Involve EVERYBODY
    • 47. Additional Resources
      American College and University Presidents Climate Commitmenthttp://www.presidentsclimatecommitment.org/
      Accelerating Campus Climate Initiatives, Rocky Mountain Institutehttp://www.rmi.org/Content/Files/RMI_AcceleratingCampusClimateInitiatives.pdf
      Clean Air Cool Planethttp://www.cleanair-coolplanet.org/toolkit/inv-calculator.php
      UNC Chapel Hill
      http://climate.unc.edu

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