Energy Efficiency:Concept or Reality?<br />Kent Anson,  Honeywell<br />Bright Green Exhibit, Dec 09<br />
Building Solutions - Energy Efficiency & Sustainability<br />Green Buildings<br />Sustainability <br />Renewable Energy<br...
 Energy Services Agreements
 Honeywell UtilityPRO™ DR Thermostat
 Renewable Scorecard</li></li></ul><li>Opportunity & Challenges<br />Unprecedented financial turmoil<br />Government debt ...
Carbon emissions increasing
Climate change effects worsening
European Legislation compliance</li></li></ul><li>So Why Aren’t We?<br />Building Owner<br />Financial Considerations<br /...
Seven Steps Towards Energy Efficiency<br />1.Recognize that we can achieve BOTH energy efficiency and economic growth<br /...
Seven Steps Towards Energy Efficiency<br />5. Incentivize utilities on “Negawatts”<br />6. Consider creation of an Energy ...
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Honeywell VP of Global Energy Kent Anson addresses Bright Green attendees in Copenhagen on December 13 with a frank account of the opportunities and challenges associated with commercial and industrial energy efficiency campaigns. He examines the role that green buildings play in climate change efforts through case studies on Honeywell’s work with CCI cities such as Seoul and Melbourne. Nearly 50% of Honeywell’s product portfolio is linked to energy efficiency and the company estimates that the global economy could operate on 10-25% less energy just by using today’s existing Honeywell technologies. For more information go to http://honeywellnow.com

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Honeywell VP address Copenhagen

  1. Energy Efficiency:Concept or Reality?<br />Kent Anson, Honeywell<br />Bright Green Exhibit, Dec 09<br />
  2. Building Solutions - Energy Efficiency & Sustainability<br />Green Buildings<br />Sustainability <br />Renewable Energy<br />Smart Grid / Demand Response<br />Energy Retrofits<br />Sample Enablers<br /><ul><li>Energy Savings Performance Contract
  3. Energy Services Agreements
  4. Honeywell UtilityPRO™ DR Thermostat
  5. Renewable Scorecard</li></li></ul><li>Opportunity & Challenges<br />Unprecedented financial turmoil<br />Government debt levels increasing<br />Energy demand & prices increasing<br />€1 spent on more efficient energy use avoids € 2 of investment in energy supply<br /><ul><li>Energy security issues increasing
  6. Carbon emissions increasing
  7. Climate change effects worsening
  8. European Legislation compliance</li></li></ul><li>So Why Aren’t We?<br />Building Owner<br />Financial Considerations<br />Consumer Behaviour<br />Utility Companies<br />Government Owned Facilities<br />ESPC’s<br />
  9. Seven Steps Towards Energy Efficiency<br />1.Recognize that we can achieve BOTH energy efficiency and economic growth<br />2. Use both mandates and incentives<br />3. Make economic and energy security more a part of the discussion<br />4. Governments need to stay technology neutral whenever possible<br />
  10. Seven Steps Towards Energy Efficiency<br />5. Incentivize utilities on “Negawatts”<br />6. Consider creation of an Energy Advanced Research <br /> Project Agency<br />7. Not let “perfect” be the enemy of “good”<br />
  11. Successful Cases<br />CCI Seoul, Korea<br />Saskferco, Canada<br />
  12. Case Study: City of Melbourne, Australia<br />City of Melbourne – Clinton Climate Initiative <br />Project Size: 13 council buildings<br />Stage of Completion: Under construction<br />Project Term: 15 years<br />Annual Energy Savings: $190,000 <br />Environmental Impact: <br />1560 tonnes of GHG reductions <br />Equivalent to taking 348 cars off the road<br />11,791 kilolitres in water consumption savings<br />Equivalent to reducing enough water needed to fill 52 Olympic swimming pools <br />
  13. Case Study: Saskferco, Canada<br />Saskferco – Reduced Energy Use and Emissions <br />Project: Experion and Profit Controller<br />Stage of Completion: Complete<br />Background: One of the largest and newest ammonia producers in NA<br />Annual Energy Savings: 5%<br />Environmental Impact: <br />NOx emissions at or below 200ppm <br />Reduced CH4 emissions by 25%<br />Simultaneously increased production by 3%<br />Improved stability of operation<br />
  14. Walking the Talk<br /> By 2012 Honeywell will reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 30% and increase energy efficiency by 20%.<br /> Find out how to build a better tomorrow.<br />

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