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Jenna Ide GCC 2015

  1. 1. GREEN CAREERS CONFERENCE PRESENTATION 10/1/2015 www.mass.gov/dcam/aep
  2. 2. Slide 2 MA State Facility Portfolio Commonwealth’s facilities portfolio: • 80 million gross square feet of space • Over 6300 structures on 276 campuses containing multiple facilities • Located on over 13,000 real estate parcels Estimated annual energy costs of $240 million
  3. 3. Slide 3 Energy & Sustainability Program Manages energy/water efficiency and renewable projects Supports Sustainable Design for New Construction (LEED) Brings in direct revenue – demand response, RECs, grants, etc. Tracks compliance with E.O. 484 (LEED, energy and water tracking) Supports Administration and DOER on energy/sustainability issues Assists agencies, including: training, retro-commissioning, funding, policy, and development of studies Procures statewide services for energy consulting, solar maintenance, real time metering, etc.
  4. 4. Slide 4 How Mass Is Leading By Example Policy Implementation Partners Innovation
  5. 5. Slide 5 Policy Green Communities Act RGGI Clean Energy and Climate Plan E.O. 484/ARRA
  6. 6. Creating A Cleaner Energy Future For the Commonwealth 6 Executive Order No. 484 Leading by Example—Clean Energy and Efficient Buildings Issued April 2007  Sets goals for state agencies:  GHG emission reduction  Energy reduction  Renewable energy  Requires all new construction to meet Mass. LEED Plus  Includes executive agencies, colleges and universities, courts, authorities 0% 50% 100% GHG Emissions Reduction Energy Use Reduction Use of Renewable Energy EO484Targets 2050 2020 2012
  7. 7. Creating A Cleaner Energy Future For the Commonwealth Met GHG Emissions Reduction target 2012 GHG Emissions reduced by 25% from the LBE Baseline 6% 2% -2% -4% -8% -14% -15% -25% -24% -22% - 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 1,600 GHGEmissions(MetricTonnes) Thousands Fiscal Year
  8. 8. Slide 8 AEP Breadth 700 sites across state 55.4M sq. ft. 77 large 105 small 187 occasional 105 evaluated but not applicable AEP Scope 700 Sites 168 sites are completed!
  9. 9. Slide 9 AEP Sustaining Benefits
  10. 10. Slide 10 Accelerated Energy Program Accomplishments (2012-2014) Projects Results Partnerships • Close collaboration with DOER • Utility company engagement • Inter agency steering committee and work groups • Vendor meetings • Workforce advisors meetings with private and public stakeholders • 700 sites in 700 working days • Deferred maintenance and code upgrades • Towards Zero Net Energy pilot projects • $8.9 million annual savings underway • $42 million annual savings projected • 25% greenhouse gas reduction projected • $24 million utility company incentives projected • $278 million to be funded through energy savings New gas boilers at NCCI Gardner replace inefficient oil-fired system. Site achieves $2.4 million annual cost reduction . DCAMM and DOER work on program design and scope. AEP quarterly implementation team meeting, held in conjunction with DOER Leading by Example, at UMass Medical
  11. 11. Slide 11 Partners DOER Utilities Agencies Contractors Designers Advisors Products
  12. 12. The Problem – DDS Hogan - Danvers • Plant built late 1800’s- site of former Danvers State Hospital • Nearly 1 mile from plant to facility • Studies to replace started in 1980’s • No dedicated funds • Many parties needed to agree
  13. 13. Slide 13 Solution • Finished construction in 2012 • Cost of new natural gas system for one month = facility used to pay for 2 days of oil • Other upgrades include lighting, new windows, energy controls • Leveraged other funds • Over a million in utility incentives, 43% reduction in energy use, $2.4M savings annually • Huge comfort improvements
  14. 14. Slide 14 Energy Project Responsibilities Facility Involved Throughout, Payment, Maintenance Consultant/Designer – for study, initial design & third party review DCAM Project Manager, Manages on Behalf of Client Contractor- Finalizes Design, Installs, Maintains, Monitors Sub-consultan ts Subcontractors, designers
  15. 15. Slide 15 Implementation Performance Contracting LEED Retro-commissi oning Training
  16. 16. Slide 16 AEP Spotlight – Comprehensive Retrofit UMass Lowell Project Overview: Contractor: Constellation Status: Final Design • 35 buildings equaling approximately 2,771,000sf. • Comprehensive energy and water retrofit includes: • South Power Plant boiler replacement and optimization • BACnet compatible meters and controls • Interior/exterior lighting fixture upgrades and sensors. • Variable Air Volume systems • Replacement of chillers • Low-flow toilets, faucets and showerheads w/motion sensing technology • Solar car canopies and solar hot water systems • Estimated construction cost: $26M • Projected savings: $1.3M per year • Project will address related deferred maintenance opportunities across the campus. Pictured above: Pinanskly Hall Cooling Tower. Pictured at Left: Boiler Tube Scaling at South Power Plant
  17. 17. Slide 17 Executive Office of Labor & Workforce Development Career Center Taunton, MA Project Overview: Status: Complete • Heating and cooling systems currently operate simultaneously and independently. • Recommended ECMs:  Retro-commissioning Financials: • Total investment of $20,000. • Estimated annual savings of $12,000. Taunton Career Center AEP Spotlight – Retro commissioning
  18. 18. Slide 18 People, Data, & Paperwork
  19. 19. Slide 19 Innovation CEIP Funding Products Tracking Education
  20. 20. LEED-NC Platinum Certified 1 Building Certified Source: Green Building Information Gateway 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).
  21. 21. Slide 21 Accelerated Energy Program – Future Complete Projects Sustain Gains Advance Performance • Towards Zero Net Energy buildings • Resiliency • Integrated & Innovative technologies • Public/Private Partnerships • Total Cost of Ownership • Electric Vehicle Charging Stations • Large comprehensive • Utility Sponsored Projects • Retro-commissioning • Innovative technologies and creative financing • Renewable energy projects • Training facilities managers and occupants • Reports and analytics • Continuous commissioning • Communication and feedback • Better Building Management Worker performing weatherization at Uxbridge Court house Data from Enterprise Energy Management System indicating changes in energy use patterns. Burner Booster innovative technology to improve efficiency of oil systems. Installed at Concord Armory.
  22. 22. Slide 22 Jenna Ide AICP LEED AP BOC Director Energy & Sustainability DCAMM Commonwealth of Mass Jenna.ide@state.ma.us 857-204-1487

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