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Energy Management & Intelligence from Direct Energy Business

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Panoramic Power® from Direct Energy Business can give you unparalleled insight into your energy usage and your operations.

Learn how your business can:
• Improve operations and efficiency
• Make capital decisions based on data and analytics
• Proactively identify equipment failure

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Energy Management & Intelligence from Direct Energy Business

  1. 1. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential Energy Management & Intelligence Understanding, Measuring, Interpreting & Impacting The Invisible. Call in info: 866-633-1440 Code 9091424
  2. 2. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential Managing Both Sides of the Equation Demand ManagementSupply Management Total Energy Management Gas Power Portfolio Advisory Services Measurement Energy Efficiency Solar DR / Peak Load Management Energy Spend = Supply Price x Usage (Demand)
  3. 3. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential Key Energy Challenges • Lack of visibility into device performance • Energy waste including • Off hour energy consumption • BMS settings drift • Maintenance: more reactive than proactive • Data challenges: • Inconsistent & Unusable Energy Data (Big Data) • Lack of benchmarking data across many sites • No Quantifiable ROI (Return on Investment) on Energy Initiatives • Limited Internal Expertise to Interpret & Apply Energy Insights • Compliance with LEED and Energy Star certification 3
  4. 4. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential Serving All Business Types And fitting their varied needs 4 Education GroceryRetailReal Estate Healthcare Manufacturing Operations: Facilitates financial & operational improvements, behavioral change and ensures equipment and systems are functioning properly Energy: Reduce waste, report for compliance purposes, benchmark devices and make data-based decisions in your operation. Maintenance: Alerts you to anomalies in equipment, maintenance needs and provides data to make capital expense decisions
  5. 5. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential Device Level Energy Management
  6. 6. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential An Innovative Approach Hardware Analytics Energy Analysts
  7. 7. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential Device-Level Energy Intelligence 7  Operational Efficiency  Energy Efficiency  Interrelated Systems Performance  Advanced Failure Detection  Peak Load Reduction Strategies  Energy Modeling  Efficiency Benchmarking & Comparisons  Behavioral Recommendations
  8. 8. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential Turning Energy Intelligence Into Actionable Insight 8 Snap1  Non-Invasive  Self-Powered  Wireless  No Disruption Connect2  Plug & Play  Cellular or Wi-Fi  Up to 250 sensors Set Up3  Role Definition  Executive Reports  Set Goals  Real-Time Alerts Start Saving4  Management By Exception  Scheduled Reports  Online Analytics  Manage Chain-wide Full Portfolio of Sensors & Meters
  9. 9. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential Wireless, Self-Powered & Non-Invasive 9
  10. 10. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential 10 Energy Intelligence At Your Fingertips
  11. 11. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential 11 Measuring The Invisible  HVAC Assets  Up to 20% of all RTUs, AHUs, MAUs, VAVs, Exhaust Fans have unidentified or emerging issues.  Short Cycling, Excess Runtime, Over/Under Capacity, Control/Configuration Errors, Partial Component Failure & Human Errors.  An average size RTU with unidentified issues can cost you up several hundred dollars in annual waste.
  12. 12. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential Preventative Maintenance: Detection ISSUES DETECTION:  RTUs Running 24/7 With Excessive System Cycling  KPIs 3 Times Above Average  No Correlation With Outside Temperature  BMS Settings Incorrect  5 Economizers Broken
  13. 13. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential System Correction & Savings SYSTEM CORRECTION:  RTUs Running Efficiently  Correlation With Outside Temperature  BMS Settings Recalibrated  Economizers Fixed BOTTOM LINE: $48,230 SAVINGS (30%)  Simple ROI 5 Months  Increased Site Profitability  Quantifiable Results
  14. 14. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential Savings: $10,502 • Off hours HVAC system operations • BMS scheduling issue • Overworked systems and additional maintenance BEFORE AC running during night hours AFTER Normal operation Operational Efficiencies: BMS Settings + Correction
  15. 15. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential 15 Lighting – Parking Lot Lights 8 Parking Lot Light Circuits On = $1.26 / Hour Off Hours / Weekend Waste = (14 hours * 5 Days * $1.26) + (24 Hours * 2 Days * $1.26) = $148.20 Week Daily = $21.17 Weekly = $148.20 Monthly = $592.80 Annual = $7,113.60
  16. 16. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential 16 Lighting – Parking Lot Lights Corrected  Building Management System (BMS) Corrected  Real-Time Text / Email Alerts Scheduled With 48 Hour Trigger  Data Verified Through Panoramic Power Dashboard  Savings Realized Immediately
  17. 17. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential Air Compressors: Powerful Insights, Actionable Results – $43,212 In Annual Savings 17 Observations: Backup Air Compressor Produced At The Same Level With Using 50% Less kWh. Action: Overlaid Production Schedules & Verified Data With Facility Engineers. Potential Savings: 432,120 kWh / Year ($43,212)
  18. 18. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential HVAC Systems  RTUs  Boilers  Make Up Air Units  Air handlers  Chillers  Cabinet Heaters  Pumps  Compressors Lighting / Plug Loads  Common Areas  Gym  Kitchens  Computer labs  Class Rooms  Outdoor lights  Library Misc. Energy Concerns  Cafeteria / Kitchen  Pool  Elevators ___.................. Deployment Opportunities  Government / Municipalities  Office Buildings  University / K-12 Campuses  Multi-Site Retail  Large Shopping Malls  Healthcare Facilities  Grocery / Convenience Stores  Hospitality  Distribution Centers  Restaurants / QSRs
  19. 19. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential Bringing it all together
  20. 20. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential EE Lighting Upgrade Observations: Customer invested ~$200k in lighting project Wanted to M&V the investment of project Action: Panoramic Installed sensors on lighting Results: Investment confirmed Drop from 30 kw peak to 12.50 kw peak
  21. 21. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential Demand Response Compliance Findings • Customer met curtailment requires for the Demand Response program. • Majority of the load was shed through shutting down machinery and some lighting. • Customer dropped roughly ~700kw during the Demand Response test.
  22. 22. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential PLC Management ASO Email Notifications for Peak Demand Days Upon receiving the email notification, the customer curtailed their usage and had clear visibility into exactly how much they reduced. Potential peak hour dropped from ~1000kw to ~600kw (see graphic) Result: 40% reduction in PLC value ~$17,000 a year
  23. 23. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential Questions and Next Steps 1. Customer specific discussion 2. Technical discussions and sharing of information 3. Proposal 4. Contracting 5. Deployment – full or partial 6. Service & invoicing
  24. 24. ©2015 Proprietary and Confidential Contact your Direct Energy Business Development Representative Todd Loucks Business Development Manager, Direct Energy Business Todd.Loucks@directenergy.com Hans Rottmann Technical Sales Manager, Advisory Services, Direct Energy Business Hans.Rottmann@directenergy.com

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