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Tony slade energy_futures_may_2012

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  • 1. 1Six Common Energy Mistakes
  • 2. 2 Energy - The business needsThere are three business drivers……….. ALL energy change drivers fall into these areas.
  • 3. 3 Energy – The risk areasFor an true Energy Solution…………….. Plant Conversion Availability Efficiency Energy Demand Operations & Reduction Maintenance All four risks must be addressed
  • 4. 4 Energy – The energy opportunity pathThere are four identifiable stages in the energy path….. Supply Convert Consume Recover Imported Primary Secondary Energy Waste & Heat Energy Conversion Conversion Management All of these areas need to be addressed technically …………………..and commercially.
  • 5. 5 Energy - The delivery routesThere are three things suppliers can deliver……… SERVICES PROJECTS SOLUTIONS All outcomes require one of these deliveries.
  • 6. 6The six key energy mistakes1. Not bundling solutions2. Not thinking laterally3. Buying something just because it says it’s ‘eco friendly’4. Forgetting it’s the building that delivers sustainability, not the energy-using elements5. Confusing sustainability with short-term cost or energy saving6. Forgetting to ‘recover’ at the end of the energy path.
  • 7. 71. Not bundling solutions Do not focus too much on ‘Quick Wins’ ( ‘low hanging fruit’ ) Money generated from ‘quick wins’ is not a windfall saving
  • 8. 82. Not thinking laterally Understanding the four stages for your business and look at them imaginatively – remember ..........solutions not technologies! This knowledge informs you of the potential to make changes.
  • 9. 93. Buying kit just because it’s ‘eco friendly’ Buying energy-saving kit is laudable, but only part of the picture Will the technology compliment or be counter productive Remember, efficiency is the relationship between what you get out and what you put in Everything else is just someone’s opinion
  • 10. 104. Forgetting it’s the building that delivers sustainability The cheapest energy is the energy you don’t use Always consider all of the alternatives to a problem Do not buy products – acquire solutions to your problems Understand your building
  • 11. 115. Confusing sustainability with cost saving A bus station that pays waste contractors to take away energy ! Chocolate producers selling energy as pig food ! Integration is more important than technology in delivering sustainability.
  • 12. 126. Forgetting the ‘recover’ end of the energy path Do not throw it away until you have finished with it ! Heating and cooling leaking out of a building is lost forever
  • 13. 13What are your options? Make the best efforts you can on your own (great if you have the knowledge and technical expertise) Buy gadgets which you hope will work (but remember the big picture, integration is key) Work with expert contractors and consultants to help you with the process (have you got the right partners and do they see the big picture?) Engage with an ESCo (integrated and an ‘end to end’ risk- transferred solution)
  • 14. 14What is an Energy Performance Contract ? (EPC) An ENERGY PERFORMANCE CONTRACT (EPC) is an integrated SOLUTION delivered through a combination of projects and services designed, developed, installed and operated to deliver a specific ongoing output which is both technically and commercially underwritten by the solution provider The provider of such solutions to market is termed an ENERGY SOLUTIONS COMPANY or ESCo.
  • 15. 15Thank you