September 17, 2009<br />Kelly Romano<br />President<br />Building Systems and Services<br />Carrier Corporation<br />
UNITED TECHNOLOGIES$58.7B revenues; seven business units<br />Heating, ventilating, cooling & refrigeration systems<br />C...
EVOLUTION OF UTC EH&S GOALS<br />2011-2020<br />Eliminate adverse impacts<br />2007 – 2010<br />Value Chain <br />Focus<br...
ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH & SAFETY 1997-2006 results<br />Waste (lbs.)<br />Air <br />Emissions (lbs.)<br />Water (gal.)<br />Re...
4<br />Materials of Concern<br />Energy Efficiency <br />Packaging<br />100%<br />10%<br />10%<br />eliminated in new prod...
UTC SUSTAINABILITY ACTIVITIES<br />Supplier EH&S<br />Expectations<br />Materials<br />Of Concern<br />Product<br />Packag...
2006 Corporate Responsibility Report<br />GHG REDUCTION STRATEGYEnergy & GHG reductions = lower operating costs<br />UTC S...
U.S. ENERGY CONSUMPTION<br />(Btu)<br />Energy consumption in Quadrillion Btu.  <br />1 quadrillion  = 1,000,000,000,000,0...
WBCSD ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN BUILDINGSPath to zero net energy buildings<br />2007/2008<br />2008/2009<br />Perception that b...
LEED CERTIFIEDGlobal building policy<br />LEED certified is UTC standard	for all new construction<br />LEED Gold is target...
LEED CERTIFIEDU.S. Existing Buildings<br />Charlotte, NC<br />First UTC manufacturing facility in world LEED-EB<br />19% m...
WASHINGTON, D.C. PROJECTS<br />NORESCO<br />National Gallery of Art<br />Washington, D.C.<br />NORESCO<br />U.S. Capital C...
12<br />Building automation system controls HVAC, lighting and other systems, optimizing energy consumption<br />Integrate...
ROADMAP TO FUTURE<br />Whole building, whole life = CO2 reductions<br />Buildings have the greatest potential and are the ...
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Presentation by Kelly Romano, President, Building Systems and Services Carrier Corporation, UTC, at the Alliance to Save Energy's Sept. 17 2009 Summit: "All Roads Lead to Copenhagen"

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Business Perspectives on Energy Efficiency from UTC

  1. 1. September 17, 2009<br />Kelly Romano<br />President<br />Building Systems and Services<br />Carrier Corporation<br />
  2. 2. UNITED TECHNOLOGIES$58.7B revenues; seven business units<br />Heating, ventilating, cooling & refrigeration systems<br />Clean power, cooling / heating solutions<br />Aircraft engines, gas turbines & space propulsion systems<br />Helicopters<br />Industrial & aerospace systems<br /> Security & fire protection services<br />Elevators, escalators, moving walkways, people movers & horizontal transportation systems<br />1<br />
  3. 3. EVOLUTION OF UTC EH&S GOALS<br />2011-2020<br />Eliminate adverse impacts<br />2007 – 2010<br />Value Chain <br />Focus<br />1997 – 2006<br />Compliance +<br />Conservation<br />1991 – 1996<br />Compliance<br />+ Key Suppliers<br />+ UTC Products<br />2<br />
  4. 4. ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH & SAFETY 1997-2006 results<br />Waste (lbs.)<br />Air <br />Emissions (lbs.)<br />Water (gal.)<br />Recycled<br />Non-Recycled<br />Energy (BTUs)<br />Normalized<br />69%<br />44%<br />56%<br />19%<br />72%<br />49%<br />52%<br />13%<br />66%<br />39%<br />Absolute<br />3<br />
  5. 5. 4<br />Materials of Concern<br />Energy Efficiency <br />Packaging<br />100%<br />10%<br />10%<br />eliminated in new products<br />from product baseline<br />in product packaging<br />ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH & SAFETY GOALS2010 goals for internal operations and products<br />Factory & operations metrics<br />NonGreenhouse GasEmissions<br />GreenhouseGases(CO2 e)<br />Waste<br />Water<br />Industrial Process<br />Non-Recycled<br />Consumption<br />Chemicals Discharged<br />20%<br />12%<br />10%<br />30%<br />10%<br />10%<br />Product metrics<br />
  6. 6. UTC SUSTAINABILITY ACTIVITIES<br />Supplier EH&S<br />Expectations<br />Materials<br />Of Concern<br />Product<br />Packaging<br />Product<br />Efficiency<br />Developed<br />Logistics<br />Waste<br />Developing<br />Transportation<br />Energy<br />Product LCA<br />Sustainability <br />Communications<br />Giving: <br />Environmental<br />Air<br />Supplier EH&S <br />Impacts<br />Codes of <br />Conduct<br />Giving: Engineering<br />Water<br />Product Carbon<br />Footprints<br />Sustainability Investor Relations<br />Giving: Arts<br />Supplier<br />Labor <br />Practices<br />Transparency<br />Diversity<br />Product Material<br />Content<br />GHG<br />Project Investment<br />Education/ ESP<br />Carbon costing<br />Product safety<br />Product Investment<br />Compliance<br />Emerging issues:<br />Regulatory, climate, H&S, <br />material scarcity, ecosystems, etc.<br />Volunteerism<br />Governance<br />Ethics<br />Safety<br />Sustainability<br />Financial<br />Financial<br />Social<br />Environmental<br />Social<br />Environmental<br />5<br />
  7. 7. 2006 Corporate Responsibility Report<br />GHG REDUCTION STRATEGYEnergy & GHG reductions = lower operating costs<br />UTC Standard Practice-017<br />Auditing of existing sites: identify opportunities<br />Maximize efficiency of older systems<br />Maximize efficiency potential of <br />new systems, new leases and fleet<br />Leverage cogeneration<br />Maximize efficiency of new sites: <br />Green buildings/zero-net energy buildings<br />Leverage case studies for UTC product sales<br />Supply chain energy and GHG reductions<br /> Past 2007- 2010 Future<br />6<br />
  8. 8. U.S. ENERGY CONSUMPTION<br />(Btu)<br />Energy consumption in Quadrillion Btu. <br />1 quadrillion = 1,000,000,000,000,000 (15 zeros)<br />Transportation Btu use:<br />Auto/truck 74%<br />Air 8%<br />Off-highway 7%<br />Water 5%<br />Other 6%<br />100%<br />24% Other<br />28%<br />Transportation<br />9% IT / electronics<br />10% Water heating<br />32%<br />18% Lighting<br />2005 US Buildings energy use by type (Quad Btu)<br />Coal 38%<br />Gas 31%<br />Nuclear 15%<br />Oil 9%<br />Renew 8%<br />Industry<br />Comm’l 18%<br />Residential 22%<br />40%<br />39% HVAC <br />Buildings*<br />US consumption in 2005 was 100.2 quadrillion Btu<br />Source: 2007 Department of Energy Buildings Energy Databook<br />* Includes Commercial and Residential buildings<br />Which reported on 2005 data<br />7<br />
  9. 9. WBCSD ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN BUILDINGSPath to zero net energy buildings<br />2007/2008<br />2008/2009<br />Perception that buildings CO2 impact is 19% -reality is 40% of CO2 emissions.<br />Perception that certified sustainable building will cost 17% more than a “standard” building - reality is the additional cost is 5%.<br />8<br />
  10. 10. LEED CERTIFIEDGlobal building policy<br />LEED certified is UTC standard for all new construction<br />LEED Gold is target<br />Planned projects total ~ 1 million ft2<br />Otis TEDA manufacturing facility in Tianjin, China is LEED Gold<br />Pratt & Whitney engine overhaul facility in Shanghai, China is LEED Silver<br />9<br />
  11. 11. LEED CERTIFIEDU.S. Existing Buildings<br />Charlotte, NC<br />First UTC manufacturing facility in world LEED-EB<br />19% more energy efficient*<br />No irrigation for lawn and landscaping<br />Over 80% recycling rate <br />Carrier’s safety performance continues to improve. Carrier finished February with a TRIR of 0.59, compared to our 2009 goal of 0.72. Our LWIR performance is 0.08 vs. a 2009 goal of 0.09. Factory cases are slightly higher than service cases (20 vs. 13) . BSS (evenly split between factory & service) and CCR are high business drivers.<br />Chiller manufacturing facility<br />Huntington, IN<br />30% more energy efficient*<br />Reduced water usage<br />Instituted green housekeeping<br />Over 50% recycling rate<br /> 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 YTD<br />Recordable Injury 3.19 2.64 1.95 1.65 1.24 1.15 0.91 0.76/.84 0.59/.72<br />Lost Day Rate 0.44 0.38 0.29 0.21 0.2 0.15 0.12 0.13/.10 0.08/.09<br />Electronic controls <br />manufacturing facility<br />*Compared to other buildings with similar function<br />10<br />
  12. 12. WASHINGTON, D.C. PROJECTS<br />NORESCO<br />National Gallery of Art<br />Washington, D.C.<br />NORESCO<br />U.S. Capital Complex<br />Washington, D.C.<br />EMSI®<br />Founding Farmers Restaurant<br />Washington, D.C.<br />LEED® Gold Certification<br />80% Energy Star Appliances<br />Energy efficiency light system that exceeds ASHRAE 90.1 lighting power standards by 10% <br />Average Annual Savings: $350,000<br />VFD replacement program <br />Energy efficient lighting upgrade program<br />Installation of bypass ductwork to the NGA HVAC system<br /> <br />Average Annual Savings: $2.0 million<br />Replacement or retrofit of nearly 200,000 lighting fixtures <br />11<br />
  13. 13. 12<br />Building automation system controls HVAC, lighting and other systems, optimizing energy consumption<br />Integrated security solutions provide access control, visitor management, and video management capability<br />Requires up to 90% less water than traditional sprinkler systems<br />ENERGY EFFICIENT SOLUTIONS<br />Elevators that use less energy when lifting loads – and give back energy on descent <br />Energy audit and sustainability services to reduce energy use and operating expenses<br />Combined cooling, heating and power solutions can double energy efficiency over most conventional grid sources<br />with Foxfire™ technology<br />The world’s most efficient <br />non-ozone-depleting water-cooled chiller<br />Clean power, cooling / heating power<br />
  14. 14. ROADMAP TO FUTURE<br />Whole building, whole life = CO2 reductions<br />Buildings have the greatest potential and are the cheapest option<br />Address both new buildings and retrofit / replace existing buildings<br />Investments are needed to push the market.<br />The market alone will not do it<br />Simple subsystemapproaches will not be enough<br />All actors need to be involved<br />13<br />

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