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New alan kiff

  1. 1. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2014 QinetiQ Proprietary 1 Energy Matters! ………………………………… Qinetiq Alan Kiff
  2. 2. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2013 QinetiQ Proprietary A unique portfolio? • 33 HH Supplies • 51 NHH Supplies • 27 Gas Supplies • 1 site with no mains Gas, Electricity, Water, Sewerage connection • Wide Geographic Spread – St Kilda to Shoeburyness 2
  3. 3. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2013 QinetiQ Proprietary A Unique Portfolio? – Big buildings, Big Sites Cody Technology Park, Farnborough Ca. 87,000 m2 Offices, Laboratories, Cleanrooms, Workshops Environmental Chambers 3 MoD Shoeburyness Ca. 9,300 acres (additional 25,000 acres tidal) Ca. 500 buildings Offices, Laboratories, Environmental Chambers, Process buildings, Ranges, Houses, Farms
  4. 4. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2013 QinetiQ Proprietary A Unique Portfolio? – Random buildings 4 Aircraft Hangars Hyperbaric Chambers Ship Simulators
  5. 5. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2013 QinetiQ Proprietary A Unique Portfolio? – Unusual Activities 5 Aerial Targets Loads include: RADAR, instrumentation Challenges: Infrequent, unpredictable consumption Weapons Trials Loads include: RADAR, instrumentation Challenges: Infrequent, unpredictable consumption Space Simulation – Satellite Ion Drive Propulsion Tests Loads include: A/C, Vacuum Pumps Challenges: 18 month uninterrupted test cycles
  6. 6. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2013 QinetiQ Proprietary A unique portfolio? – Strange loads 6 Wave-maker and model towing arm Load: Ca. 400kW Challenge: Unpredictable use Human centrifuge Load: 200 kW Challenge: Infrequent use 5m wind tunnel Load: 10-16 MW Challenge: Highly variable load profile (dependent on test)
  7. 7. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2013 QinetiQ Proprietary Targets / Objectives • To reduce absolute Carbon Emissions due to energy use in buildings (including processes contained in buildings) by 17% by 2020 from 2012 baseline • To control energy consumption - consumption may increase due to “activity” • To manage cost - not a promise to reduce cost 7
  8. 8. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2013 QinetiQ Proprietary How do you tackle this? Challenges • Inconsistent load profiles • Difficult locations • Mixed fuel types (Oil, LPG, Natural gas) • Tenants 8 Solutions • Metering – appropriate and sufficient to identification of individual loads • Use of corporate networks for collection of energy data • Staff engagement programme • Business process reviews • Specific training of FM staff • Tenant awareness programme • Infrastructure investment
  9. 9. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2013 QinetiQ Proprietary Making use of what was there..... • My Contribution – An organisation-wide change programme • More than a suggestion scheme • Business led review of things that could be improved • Financial, Time, Energy and Carbon are ALL valid savings • Existing structure and process • Energy Champions – Business Leaders and Empowered People • Understand what the business does and how • Influence employee behaviours • Ears and Eyes 9
  10. 10. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2013 QinetiQ Proprietary How it works – The programme 10 • Messaging going to the leadership teams about energy costs and impact on business • Energy Champions to work in conjunction with MyC Champions • Business PROCESS change • FM ideas to be led by FM
  11. 11. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2013 QinetiQ Proprietary Engaging the Senior Leadership What do they want to hear? • Make sure the CEO is “on-side” • Corporate targets and commitments • Market and customer demands (ISO 18001) • Highlight energy costs and potential future costs to the CFO • Absolute costs • Cost mitigation activities • Capital investment requirements • Procurement strategy 11
  12. 12. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2013 QinetiQ Proprietary Data….Data….More Data….. • Monthly report • By Site Group • By Site • By Fuel Type • By Supply Point • Financial and Consumption • Shared on Intranet – AVAILABLE TO ALL • Half hourly supply point data • Gas and HH Electricity • NHH Smart meters…… • Oil…….. 12 Right data to the Right people in the Right format
  13. 13. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2013 QinetiQ Proprietary Energy Champions 13 Space & IP QPAS C4ISR Security TSS Maritime Air Weapons Shared Services Haslar BUTEC Aberporth Pendine Shoeburyness Eskmeals Hebrides PTP WestFreugh I.SBoscombe • One Champion per BUSINESS Division OR KEY SITE • Champions role is: • Staff engagement • Staff awareness and behavioral change • Business process review
  14. 14. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2013 QinetiQ Proprietary Business Process Review Examples: • Nightly Shutdown of Simulation Hall • Site procedures for End-of-Day shutdown of Ops • Christmas and Easter shutdown programmes • Virtualisation of servers • Removal redundant servers • Obsolete building closedown procedures 14 PROCESS REVIEW Energy Use Don’t bother! Just do it! Day activity / user engagement Controllability
  15. 15. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2013 QinetiQ Proprietary Energy Engineers • 2 day training course for technicians from within the FM community • Specific review of M&E systems from an Energy Perspective • Written using 10 years experience of Energy Auditing • Back to basics – how it works, how it should work, how it could work • Doing the day job …… differently • Focus on maintenance and small works activities • Idea generation • “Go fix it” mentality 15
  16. 16. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2013 QinetiQ Proprietary Facilities Management FM controls: • Energy cost (procurement of energy is often in FM budget) • Majority of energy consumption • Most of savings opportunities • Energy Audits • Facilities managers need to be part of the Energy Management programme • Outsourcing can bring conflict of interest – cheapest install vs. most efficient 16
  17. 17. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2013 QinetiQ Proprietary Infrastructure Upgrades Minor Works • Standardised PERFORMANCE specifications • Lighting, Split A/C systems, ASHP, Boilers • Whole life costed….not cheapest installation Capital Works • PERFORMANCE specifications based on current best practice • CIBSE Guidelines • CHP, BMS and New Construction projects • Whole life costed ….not cheapest initial cost • Enhanced Capital Allowances (understand and claim) 17
  18. 18. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2013 QinetiQ Proprietary Staff Awareness 18 Make sure staff know what is going on! Posters showing project completion Instructions for using energy efficient products Branding – ENERGY MATTERS
  19. 19. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2013 QinetiQ Proprietary Staff Awareness - Posters 19 Clear messaging Finite life Only work as part of targeted campaign
  20. 20. © Copyright QinetiQ Limited 2013 QinetiQ Proprietary Holistic Approach CEO and CFO engaged Support from senior management – divisional leadership and site level Business process review Facilities Management fully engaged Maintenance technicians trained General staff behaviour programmes Make the same data available to EVERYONE 20

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