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Presentation at 8th Massachusetts Green Careers Conference on September 29, 2016 by Edward "Tony" Ranson

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  1. 1. Energy & Sustainability Program 1GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 GREEN CAREERS 9/29/2016
  2. 2. Energy & Sustainability Program 2GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 Agenda • Overview of Energy Group • History • MA /DCAMM Accomplishments • AEP & Green Careers • Challenges for Owners • Green Career Opportunities
  3. 3. Energy & Sustainability Program 3GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 • Manage Projects › Energy & water efficiency projects -$385M since 2005; over $200M in the works › New construction and major renovation technical support • Manage Financial Resources › Commonwealth Energy Investment Program (CEIP) & Comm. Fund for Energy Efficiency (CoFFEE) › Utility incentive programs & energy/sustainability related grants › Market based renewable energy credits and demand response statewide contracts • Support Partners › Policy: energy/sustainability › Performance: tracks metrics that define each issue › Property Operations: assist agencies implementing projects to improve operations and maintenance Energy and Sustainability Program – What We Do
  4. 4. Energy & Sustainability Program 4GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 1986- 2002 Program started - one of first in nation to use performance contract model 2003-2008 2009-2011 2012-Present Progressive growth of program, developed standardization Significant growth related to ARRA and CEIP. Large renewable deployment. Developed Nationally recognized models for procurement and financing Implementation of the AEP. Developed models for small projects and retro- commissioning 2005 2007 2010 Administrative Order signed requiring LEED E.O. 484, Leading By Example signed, directing retrofit of all state buildings over 100,000 SF Clean Energy Investment Program (CEIP) created 2006 Demand Response program created 2012 Accelerated energy Program (AEP) begins 2015 Energy Team begins statewide procurements History of Energy Program
  5. 5. Energy & Sustainability Program 5GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 • Massachusetts ranked #1 in energy efficiency, 6 years in a row • Beat California’s record of four years at top spot American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy: #1 Ranking We’re #1
  6. 6. Energy & Sustainability Program 6GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 DCAMM & LEED Certification DCAMM has built 22 of the state’s 55 LEED-certified buildings since 2007: • 4 LEED Certified • 4 LEED Silver • 12 LEED Gold • 2 LEED Platinum, DEP – Wall Experiment Station, and the Division of Fish & Wildlife Headquarters DCAMM has approximately 22 buildings in queue to be certified by USGBC
  7. 7. Energy & Sustainability Program 7GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 LEED-NC Platinum Certified 1st Building Certified DEP Wall Experiment Station Certified in the top 3% of all LEED-NC projects nationally. DEP Wall is the first certified platinum public laboratory in the Northeastern U.S and is in the top 11% for Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ).
  8. 8. Energy & Sustainability Program 8GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 Accelerated Energy Program 700 sites across state 55.4M sq. ft. 77 large 105 small 187 occasional 105 evaluated but not applicable 358 sites are completed!
  9. 9. Energy & Sustainability Program 9GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 Technology and Data EXPECTED SAVINGS $100,000 979 tonsReduced Carbon Emissions McCormack shuts off just 40% of its electric load at night. Hurley shuts off 30% DOER/DCAMM team agreed these buildings should be able to achieve at least a 50% reduction. Data Driven Operating Decisions The New Commonwealth Building Energy Intelligence System (with Enernoc, Inc.)
  10. 10. Energy & Sustainability Program 10GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 $0 $20 $40 $60 $80 $100 $120 $140 $160 $180 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 #ofSites ProjectCost($million) Axis Title Project Cost # of Sites 2016 Projected ARRA/CEIP Projects in Construction Since 2005 AEP/New Procurement UMass Amherst bump (Contract Value)
  11. 11. Energy & Sustainability Program 11GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 • $26 million total annual savings • $161 million cumulative total savings • 104,000 metric tons CO2 annual total carbon reduction › Equivalent of 9,500 homes • 756,000 metric tons CO2 cumulative annual carbon reduction › Equivalent of 69,000 homes $- $5,000,000 $10,000,000 $15,000,000 $20,000,000 $25,000,000 $30,000,000 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Utility Savings for Projects in construction since 2005 Cumulative Cost Savings Annual Cost Savings Program Savings
  12. 12. Energy & Sustainability Program 12GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 Energy Spending $- $10 $20 $30 $40 $50 $60 FY2005 FY2006 FY2007 FY2008 FY2009 FY2010 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 FY2015 Investment(inmillions) DCAMM Energy Spending FY05-FY15 Other (Grants and Utility Incentives) G.O. Bond CEIP Energy spending for FY2005-2015 approximately $ 385M (chart does not show TELP (Tax Exempt Lease Purchase), former bank controlled energy financing, or private energy performance contracts, totaling ≈ $215M.)
  13. 13. Energy & Sustainability Program 13GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 AEP Estimated Labor Trade Jobs (GREEN FTE) 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 Labor (FTE Jobs) Plumber (33) Energy Auditor (59) Boiler tech (85) HVAC Technician (127) Design Engineers (138) Roofing Contractor (146) Insulation Contractor (175) Carpenter (317) Rx Agent (326) Electrician (403) Mechanical Contractor (420) Controls Technician (557) 2,785 A preliminary assessment of labor trade jobs (Full-Time Equivalent) has been performed based on spending of $464 million and an assumption of 6 FTE per $1 million of investment.
  14. 14. Energy & Sustainability Program 14GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 Energy Spending vs. New Jobs Created $- $10 $20 $30 $40 $50 $60 FY2005 FY2006 FY2007 FY2008 FY2009 FY2010 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 FY2015 Investment(inmillions) DCAMM Energy Spending FY05-FY15 Other (Grants and Utility Incentives) G.O. Bond CEIP Energy spending for FY2005-2015 was approximately $385M (Jobs created ≈ 2,310; 990 new jobs created since the start of AEP.)
  15. 15. Energy & Sustainability Program 15GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 Challenges 1. Maintaining the state’s existing portfolio of buildings by enhancing facility operations. 2. Assuring that anticipated energy cost savings are actually being generated. 3. Maintaining the gains in energy efficiency and decreased use of water, on the ground.
  16. 16. Energy & Sustainability Program 16GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 Solar PV Maintenance Contract • OSD and DCAMM have made available the of a Statewide Contract for Solar Inspection Services, FAC91. • Procure the inspection of your Solar arrays • Two different levels of service by State vetted industry experts. o 1st level is a visual inspection of the array, condition of the array report, performance of the inverters and entire array as they compare with PVWATTs or PVSYST,. o 2nd higher level, inspection is to determine not only the above parameters, but also performance of the array on the string level. • The FAC91 Contract User’s Guide available on www.commbuys.com • Feel free to contact Jim Freeley (james.a.freeley@MassMail.State.MA.US) or Dean Arnold (dean.arnold@MassMail.State.MA.US) for more information. New Fish & Wildlife Building is 2nd LEED Platinum Building in state. The 250 kW array would benefit from inspections
  17. 17. Energy & Sustainability Program 17GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 Green Career Opportunities 1. Commissioning & Retro-Cx 2. Facilities Management: operations and maintenance of building equipment and systems 3. EMS operations: a. Installation of equipment and software. b. Real-time monitoring of energy usage, and assessment of events. c. Continuous commissioning.
  18. 18. Energy & Sustainability Program 18GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 Approach to Filling Career Opportunities 1. Outreach: Adapt outreach campaigns about job/career opportunities to targeted communities. a. Get them young! Expose young people to areas of future jobs at an early age. b. Inform/direct them to training programs. c. Use people in the right trades/professions as mentors. 2. Training: Use existing internship, pre-apprenticeship, apprenticeship and training programs. a. Connect with vocational/technical schools and Community Colleges. b. Provide training to keep people up-to-date. Not everyone is up on new technology. c. Secure and maintain Building Operator Certification (BOC.) 3. Retraining: a. Retraining Facility management staff, and building occupants. b. Focus targeted attention on adult learners and people re-training from previous careers. c. Integrate maintenance standards and sustainability practices
  19. 19. Energy & Sustainability Program 19GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 Moving Forward: Priority Initiatives What Why How Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) Leverage private capital and expertise to increase renewables. Change existing law to support PPA’s. Bill #S1635 would allow state agencies to have concurrent lease with PPA. Resiliency Design for a shorter recovery from impacts of storms and extreme weather events. Support or lead development of requirements for state facilities, use energy and asset stewardship projects to leverage funds. Operations and Maintenance Enhance facilities by maintaining what we have. Support CoFFEE legislation, creating expendable trust to receive payments for loans New Executive Orders, Initiatives and Legislation Need to update requirements to improve facilities, save money, and provide clarity. Support our partners, and the administration’s policies and programs.
  20. 20. Energy & Sustainability Program 20GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 Future Career Opportunities Conclusion: With 763 Facilities, Ranging from ≈1000 to over 2.5 Million Square Feet, Comprising more than 6,000 buildings, Well………keep us in mind! Go to www.masscareers.com To seek your next Green Career Opportunity. Edward “Tony” Ransom, RA, CCM, LEED AP, CBO Lvl 1 Deputy Director Energy & Sustainability edward.ransom@state.ma.us
  21. 21. Energy & Sustainability Program 21GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 Questions
  22. 22. Energy & Sustainability Program 22GREEN CAREERS, 9/29/16 Job Creation

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