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Main	  Presenta+on	  Title	   U.S.	  	  Industrial	  Technologies	  Programs	  20.12.10	                     	   &	  Super...
Projected	  Global	  Industrial	  Energy	  Use	                                                                           ...
U.S.	  Industry	  Energy	  Use	            U.S.	  industry	  accounts	  for	  about	  one-­‐third	  of	  all	  U.S.	  ener...
United	  States	  (Federal):	  simplified	                         Mandatory	  standards	  on	                         equi...
Policy:	  	  Support	  Research	  and	  Development	  on	  	                    Energy	  Efficiency	  Technology	  in	  Indu...
Voluntary	  Program	  –	  	                                Be^er	  Buildings,	  Be^er	  Plants	  Challenge	               ...
Voluntary	  Program	  -­‐ENERGY	  STAR	  for	  Industry	   A	  voluntary	  program	  administered	  by	  the	  U.S.	  Envi...
Voluntary	  Program:	  Superior	  Energy	  Performance	   A	  market-­‐based,	  ANSI/ANAB-­‐accredited	  cerHficaHon	  prog...
ISO	  50001:	  Founda+onal	  Tool	  ISO	  50001	  Energy	  Management	  Standard	  •  Establishes	  a	  framework	  for	  ...
Geong	  Superior	  Energy	  Performance	  Cer+fied	     CerHficaHon	  Requirements:	  	     An	  ANSI/ANAB-­‐accredited	  Ve...
SEP Performance Criteria for Certification Levels (Draft)!      Performance     Characteristics                            ...
Superior	  Energy	  Performance	  Benefits	  to	  Companies	  •  RecogniHon	  	      ‒  Publicly	  recognized	  as	  leader...
Superior	  Energy	  Performance	  Demonstra+ons	        SEP	  DemonstraHons	  involve:	                –  Tes+ng	  ANSI-­‐...
Suppor+ng	  Measure:	  Workforce	  Development	  Industrial Assessment Centers (IACs)•  IACs	  provide	  prac+cal	  in-­‐p...
Implementa+on	  Toolbox:	  Energy	  Management	  &	                    Technology	  Deployment	  Resources	  in	  DOE	    ...
Implementa+on	  Toolbox-­‐	  Sorware	  	  Energy	  Performance	                                       Energy	  Management	...
Implementa+on	  Toolbox	  –	  DOE’s	  Save	  Energy	  Now	  Assessments	                                                  ...
Implementa+on	  Toolbox:	  	  Online	  Assessment	  Database	  for	                           Small	  &	  Medium	  Enterpr...
Implementa+on	  Results                          	  DOE	  Energy	  Assessment	  Results	  From	  2006	  to	  2011,	  	  en...
Global	  Superior	  Energy	  Performance	  (GSEP)	  	                    GSEP	  was	  announced	  in	  July	  2010	  at	  ...
Thank You!James QuinnHead – North America ProgramsInstitute for Industrial Productivitywww.iipnetwork.orgjames.quinn@iipne...
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U.S. Industrial Technologies Programs & Superior Energy Performance, James Quinn

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Presentation from James Quinn, the head of North American Programs for the Institute for Industrial Productivity (IIP) from the Sharing Energy Efficiency Policy Experience for Key Energy-Consuming Enterprises Workshop in Beijing, China February 20, 2012.

Summary of the workshop:
To facilitate best practice sharing for the implementation of the Top 10,000 Enterprise Program, the Institute for Industrial Productivity co-organized a workshop in collaboration with the China Energy Conservation Association, the China Sustainable Energy Program (Energy Foundation) and the Energy Research Institute (ERI). The workshop convened Chinese policy-makers and international experts. International experts presented different policy approaches that have been (or are currently being) implemented in Australia and in the US, and discussed with Chinese policymakers and think tanks what and how these approaches might be helpful for China.

While the design of the Top-10,000 program has been outlined, details for its implementation will be the subject of much discussion in the coming months. Key questions include: what type of technical support for enterprises is the most appropriate? How can the government play an effective role in monitoring and verifying the results? Is there a role for market-based mechanisms?

More information: http://www.iipnetwork.org/our-recent-activities#workshopbj

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U.S. Industrial Technologies Programs & Superior Energy Performance, James Quinn

  1. 1. Main  Presenta+on  Title   U.S.    Industrial  Technologies  Programs  20.12.10     &  Superior  Energy  Performance  
  2. 2. Projected  Global  Industrial  Energy  Use     Global  industrial  energy  use  is  projected  to   increase  1.4%  per  year  through  2030.   %  Growth    2006-­‐2030   250   Global  industrial  sector  energy  use,   China! 89%   2006-­‐2030   200   India! 75%  Delivered Energy Use (Quads)! Brazil! 67%   150   Rest of World! 38%   100   Russia! 24%   50   United States! 4%   0   OECD Europe! 2%   2006   2010   2020   2030   Notes:  Projected  data  based  on  a  business-­‐as-­‐usual  reference  case  scenario.  Quads  refers  to  quadrillion  Btu  (Bri+sh  thermal   units).     Source:  U.S.  Department  of  Energy,  Energy  Informa+on  Administra+on,  Internaonal  Energy  Outlook  2009.  
  3. 3. U.S.  Industry  Energy  Use   U.S.  industry  accounts  for  about  one-­‐third  of  all  U.S.  energy  consumpHon.  Reducing  U.S.  industrial  energy  intensity  is  essenHal  to  achieving  naHonal  energy  and  carbon  goals.   Transportation 28.1% 35.8% Petroleum Industry Commercial 34.0% Natural Gas 18.7% 31.4% 14.0%* Electricity* Residential 7.7% Coal and Coke 8.6% Renewable Energy 21.8% * Excludes losses Source: Annual Energy Review 2008, EIA.
  4. 4. United  States  (Federal):  simplified   Mandatory  standards  on   equipment                                         Voluntary  programs,  including   the  Superior  Energy  Performance   Program   Measures  developed  at  the  State   and  Federal  level   ImplementaHon  toolbox  
  5. 5. Policy:    Support  Research  and  Development  on     Energy  Efficiency  Technology  in  Industry  Program  led  by  the  Department  of  Energy’s  Advanced  Manufacturing  Office     Energy  efficiency  can  yield  cost,  producHvity,   energy  supply  resiliency,  and  compeHHveness   benefits  to  industry.  Develop  Next-­‐GeneraHon  Manufacturing    Processes  &  Materials     •  Manufacturing processes that limit energy intensity •  Materials technologies that lower life-cycle energy consumption and provide low-cost, 28  MW,  roll-­‐to-­‐roll  manufacturing  line  for   high performance. triple-­‐junc+on  amorphous  silicon  modulesFoster  the  Energy  Management  Services  Industry  Identify, deploy, certify, and reward effective energy management •  Develop tools and protocols to enable industry to measure and manage energy usage •  Promote education and hands-on training for a new generation of energy management engineers.
  6. 6. Voluntary  Program  –     Be^er  Buildings,  Be^er  Plants  Challenge    BeYer  Buildings,  BeYer  Plants  Challenge     Part  of  President  Obama’s  Be^er  Buildings  Ini+a+ve,  with  the  goal  of  making   buildings  20%  more  efficient  by  2020  and  saving  $40  billion  for  U.S.  organiza+ons.    Key  program  elements  •  Companies  agree  to  10-­‐year,  25%  energy  intensity  improvement  target  •  Companies  establish  baseline  year  and  any  progress  made  toward  the  target  to-­‐ date  •  Companies  report  annually  on  their  progress  •  DOE  provides  tools,  training  and  assistance  as  needed  •  DOE  provides  na+onal  recogni+on  for  their  achievements  
  7. 7. Voluntary  Program  -­‐ENERGY  STAR  for  Industry   A  voluntary  program  administered  by  the  U.S.  Environmental   ProtecHon  Agency  (EPA)  that  helps  organizaHons  improve  their   environmental  and  energy  performance:   Current  Industrial  Focuses:  •  Develop  Energy  Performance  Indictors  to   •  Cement   score  plant  performance   •  Concrete  •  Establish  Best  in  Class  recogniHon  for   •  Commercial  Baking   plant  performance   •  Corn  Refining    •  Create  Energy  Guides  that  iden+fy  best   •  Dairy  Processing   prac+ces  and  projects   •  Food  Processing  •  Promote  successful  management   •  Glass     strategies  between  companies   •  Metal  Finishing   •  Motor  Vehicle  Produc+on   •  Petrochemicals   •  Petroleum  Refining   •  Pharmaceu+cals   •  Prin+ng   www.energystar.gov/industry   •  Steel    
  8. 8. Voluntary  Program:  Superior  Energy  Performance   A  market-­‐based,  ANSI/ANAB-­‐accredited  cerHficaHon  program  that  provides  industrial   and  commercial  faciliHes  with  a  roadmap  for  conHnual  improvement  in  energy   efficiency  while  boosHng  compeHHveness.    •  Develops a transparent system to validate energy performance improvements and management practices•  Encourages broad participation throughout industry•  Supports and builds the energy efficiency market and workforce Superior  Energy  Performance  for   industry  will  be  launched   http://www.superiorenergyperformance.net na+onwide  in  2012.  
  9. 9. ISO  50001:  Founda+onal  Tool  ISO  50001  Energy  Management  Standard  •  Establishes  a  framework  for  industrial  and   commercial  facili+es  and  organiza+ons  to   Status  of  ISO  50001   manage  energy.         •  Published  June  15,  2011  •  Offers  companies  an  interna+onal   •  Available  for  purchase  from  ISO   approach  for   •  Developed  by  ISO  Project   –  Corporate  sustainability  programs   Commi^ee  242;  United  States,   Brazil,  China  and  United   –  Energy  cost  reduc+on  ini+a+ves   Kingdom  co-­‐led   –  Responding  to  manufacturing  supply  chain   •  59  countries  par+cipated,  14  of   demands  for  energy  efficiency  improvement   which  observed   •  Transitioned to TC 242 to h^p://www1.eere.energy.gov/energymanagement/index.html     develop related standards and manage implementation  
  10. 10. Geong  Superior  Energy  Performance  Cer+fied   CerHficaHon  Requirements:     An  ANSI/ANAB-­‐accredited  Verifica+on  Body  will  conduct  a  third-­‐ party  audit  to  verify  that  the  following  requirements  are  met:   1.  Energy  Management  System  Conformance  to  ISO  50001   Energy  Management  Standard   2.  Energy  Performance  Improvement     Superior  Energy   Performance  ISO  50001  is  a   Single  facility  ISO  50001  conformance  foundaHonal  tool  that   with  validated  energy  performance  any  organizaHon  can   ISO  50001   improvement   Components  in  place:  use  to  manage   •  Baseline  energy.   ISO  50001   •  Policy   •  Plan   •  Team/Leader   10  
  11. 11. SEP Performance Criteria for Certification Levels (Draft)! Performance Characteristics Silver Gold Platinum Meets 5% energy Energy Meets 10% energy Meets 15% energy Energy performance performance performancePerformance Performance improvement improvement threshold improvement threshold Pathway Improvement threshold over the last over the last 3 years. over the last 3 years. 3 years. Demonstrates an Demonstrates an energy Demonstrates an Energy energy performance performance energy performance Performance improvement of 15% improvement of 15% or improvement of 15% Improvement or more over the last more over the last 10 or more over the last 10 years. years. 10 years. Score on •  Meets a score of at •  Meets a score of at •  Meets a score of at Best least 35 and up to least 61 and up to 80 least 81 out of 100 Mature Practice 60 out of 100 total out of 100 total points total points for Best Energy Scorecard points for Best for Best Practice Practice Scorecard Pathway Practice Scorecard Scorecard Includes credits for energy •  Minimum of 25 management best practices and •  Minimum of 25 •  Minimum of 25 points points required for energy points required for required for the energy the energy performance the energy management best management best improvements beyond 15% over management best practices and 10 for practices and 10 for the last 10 years. practices. energy performance. energy performance. 11  
  12. 12. Superior  Energy  Performance  Benefits  to  Companies  •  RecogniHon     ‒  Publicly  recognized  as  leader  in  sustainable  use  of  energy   resources  (local  and  financial  community)   ‒  Customers  may  grant  preferred  supplier  status  •  External  financial  incenHves   ‒  Energy  efficiency  credits  (electric  u+lity  &  others)   ‒  Poten+al  carbon  credits  (state,  region,  and  na+onal)  •  SystemaHc  framework  for  conHnuous  improvement   Industry and Construction stock CD 01030FRL ‒  Consistent  with  ISO  50001  energy  management     and  ASME  system  assessment  standards   ‒  Provides  tools  and  resources  to  assist  implementa+on  and   valida+on  of  sustained  energy  performance  improvement   Creatas Power & Energy CD 005776
  13. 13. Superior  Energy  Performance  Demonstra+ons   SEP  DemonstraHons  involve:   –  Tes+ng  ANSI-­‐accredited  Superior  Energy  Performance  program   –  Using  newly-­‐released  ISO  50001  energy  management  standard   –  Third  party  verifica+on  on  energy  performance  improvement  using   measurement  &  verifica+on  protocol   –  35  companies  in  20  states   Industrial  ParHcipants:  •  3M  Company   •  Cook  Composites  &   •  Harbec  Plas+cs   •  OLAM  Spices  •  Alcoa     Polymers   •  Haynes  Interna+onal   •  Owens  Corning  •  Allsteel   •  Cooper  Tire   •  Holcim   •  Republic  Conduit  •  Amcor  PET   •  Cummins   •  Ingersoll  Rand   •  Schneider  Electric  •  Ascend  Performance   •  Didion  Milling,  Inc   •  JR  Simplot   •  Spirax  Sarco   Materials   •  Dixie  Chemical   •  Kenworth  Trucks   •  Traco  •  Bentley  Prince  Street   •  Dow  Chemical   •  Lockheed  Mar+n   •  UTC/Sikorsky  •  Bridgestone  Tire   •  Eaton   •  MedImmune   •  United  States  Mint  •  Coca-­‐Cola   •  Freescale   •  Neenah  Foundry   •  Volvo     Semiconductor   Company   •  World  Kitchen   •  General  Dynamics   •  Nissan   www.superiorenergyperformance.net        
  14. 14. Suppor+ng  Measure:  Workforce  Development  Industrial Assessment Centers (IACs)•  IACs  provide  prac+cal  in-­‐plant  training  to  engineering  students  at  24   universi+es.  Students  work  directly  with  small  and  medium-­‐sized   manufacturers  to  iden+fy  and  implement  energy  savings  opportuni+es.  •  As  part  of  their  training,  IAC  students   have  par+cipated  in  more  than  15,000   assessments  and  provided  nearly   114,000  recommenda+ons  for  small  and   medium-­‐sized  plants.  •  IACs  have  trained  more  than  3,000   students  to  become  the  next  genera+on   of  energy  engineers.  •  Nearly  60%  of  IAC  graduates  go  on  to   careers  in  the  energy  industry.     hYp://www1.eere.energy.gov/manufacturing/tech_deployment/iacs.html  
  15. 15. Implementa+on  Toolbox:  Energy  Management  &   Technology  Deployment  Resources  in  DOE   Resources  to  help  manufacturers  reduce  energy  use  and  carbon  emissions   today    —  and  con)nuously  improve.  Technical  Assistance   Soeware  Tools   Training  • Tracking  and  managing  energy   • Energy  and  carbon   • Awareness   intensity   baselining   • Tool  User  • Project  feasibility  analysis   • Sorware  tools  for  energy   • System  /Topic   management  • Resource  referrals   • Qualified  Specialists   • Energy  Management   Assessments   Standards   InformaHon   • Energy  savings   • Superior  Energy  Performance   • Tip  sheets,  case  studies   assessments   (SEP)   • Website,  webcasts,   • Industrial  Assessment   • ISO  50001   databases   Centers   • Assessment   • EERE  Informa+on  Center   • States/u+li+es     standards,     • Supply  chain  guidance   protocols,  and  metrics  
  16. 16. Implementa+on  Toolbox-­‐  Sorware    Energy  Performance   Energy  Management   Energy  Systems  Analysis   Tracking   Baselining   EnPI  Tool   eGuide  for  ISO  50001   •  Motors   ImplementaHon   Corporate  Energy   •  Pumps  Performance  Tracking   •  Fans   for  Be^er  Plants   partnership     •  Compressed  Air   eGuide  Lite   •  Steam   Facility  Energy   •  Process  HeaHng  Performance  Tracking   for  Superior  Energy   •  Data  Centers   ePEP  (Plant  Energy   Performance   Profiler)   •  Simple  Calculators   h^p://www1.eere.energy.gov/manufacturing/tech_deployment/sorware.html    
  17. 17. Implementa+on  Toolbox  –  DOE’s  Save  Energy  Now  Assessments   Train  Plant  Staff   Gather           Conduct        Analyze  &     Preliminary    Plant        Report                  Follow-­‐up                   Data                Visit    Results   Successful  Project   ImplementaHon  •  Teams  are  DOE  Energy  Experts   and  plant  personnel  •  Teams  focus  on  fans,  pumps   compressors,  steam  or  process   hea+ng  systems.  •  Plant  personnel  trained  on  DOE   sorware  tools   17   Section I: US DOE’s ITP Activities for US Industry
  18. 18. Implementa+on  Toolbox:    Online  Assessment  Database  for   Small  &  Medium  Enterprises    Industrial  Assessment   IAC  Results  Databases    Center  Knowledge  Base  Website   Energy  Manuals   Best  Prac+ces  &  Success   Stories   Sorware  Tools   &  Templates   Training  Modules  &  Curricula  
  19. 19. Implementa+on  Results  DOE  Energy  Assessment  Results  From  2006  to  2011,    energy  assessments  were  conducted  at  over  1,000  large  plants  and  2,300  small-­‐  and  medium-­‐sized  facili+es        IdenHfied  savings:        Cost  -­‐  $1.6  billion  in  annual  savings        Energy  -­‐  220  trillion  btus      CO2  -­‐  11  million  metric  tons    Implemented  savings  to  date:        Cost  –  $  310  million  in  annual  savings        Energy  -­‐  45  trillion  btus      Carbon  –  3  million  metric  tons  
  20. 20. Global  Superior  Energy  Performance  (GSEP)     GSEP  was  announced  in  July  2010  at  the  Clean  Energy  Ministerial,  which  convened   25  energy  ministers  from  20  countries  and  the  European  Commission.  •  GSEP  aims  to  reduce  global  energy  use  in  industrial  facili+es  and  commercial  buildings  in  order  to   improve  energy  security  and  to  reduce  global  greenhouse  gas  emissions  by:     –  Encouraging  industrial  facili+es  and  commercial  buildings  to  pursue  con+nuous  improvements  in   energy  efficiency     –  Promo+ng  public-­‐private  partnerships  for  coopera+on  on  specific  technologies  or  in  individual   energy-­‐intensive  sectors   GSEP Partnership   ENERGY MGMT CHP COOL ROOFS WORKING WORKING WORKING GROUP GROUP GROUP (Lead: U.S.) (Lead: Finland) (Lead: U.S.) POWER STEEL CEMENT WORKING WORKING WORKING GROUP GROUP GROUP (Lead: Japan) (Lead: Japan) (Lead: Japan)
  21. 21. Thank You!James QuinnHead – North America ProgramsInstitute for Industrial Productivitywww.iipnetwork.orgjames.quinn@iipnetwork.org

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