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2011 Environmental Symposium- Roundtable 1

  1. 1. 2nd Annual North Carolina Federal Environmental Symposium June 10, 2011 Hosted by: North Carolina Military Business CenterSponsored by:
  2. 2. Roundtable 1This roundtable will address:•Sustainable new construction•Sustainable restoration construction•Energy intensity reduction in facilities (37.5% by FY2020) energy efficiency•Renewable energy in facilities (18.3% by FY2020)•Energy security ESPSs and EULs•Master planning•“Greening” of federal buildings through energy audits and smart systems•Implementing the 2030 net-zero-energy requirements
  3. 3. Roundtable 1 Fort Bragg InitiativesCurrent Initiatives (Installation/Agency: Fort Bragg)1. Integration of Operations & Maintenance (O&M) for LEED2. LEED silver for new construction3. “Green As You Go” for renovation4. Eliminate energy inefficiencies in existing facilities5. Increase energy efficiency in renovation and new construction6. Reduce dependency on fossil fuel and increase the use of clean renewable energy7. Improve surety and reliability of energy systems to provide dependable utility services8. Continue to increase building occupant conservation practices
  4. 4. Roundtable 1 Fort Bragg Future NeedsFuture Needs (Installation/Agency: Fort Bragg)1. Net-zero feasibility templates2. Populate database of existing buildings3. Micro-grid technology (no proprietary systems or technology)4. Retrocommissioning5. Implement cost-effective renewable energy solutions to provide reliable and stableenergy supplies6. Achieve higher energy efficiency by incorporating enhanced energy and sustainablefeatures in building renovations and new construction.7. Develop energy management accountability in key positions throughout the chain ofcommand.
  5. 5. Roundtable 1 Camp Lejeune InitiativesCurrent Initiatives (Installation/Agency: Camp Lejeune )1. HID Lighting Retrofits2. Advanced Metering3. HVAC Retrofits4. Audits5. LED Streetlights6. BEQ/CDC/Dining Facility Construction
  6. 6. Roundtable 1 Camp Lejeune Future NeedsFuture Needs (Installation/Agency: Camp Lejeune )1. Continued Audits2. Commissioning/ Recommissioning Strategy3. Cost Effective Renewable Technologies
  7. 7. Roundtable 1 MCAS Cherry Point InitiativesCurrent Initiatives (Installation/Agency: MCAS Cherry Point )1. Energy Monitoring and Control System (EMCS)2. Load shedding3. Energy audits4. Meter installation5. Replace energy inefficient lighting systems, air compressors, and HVAC systems6. Solar energy; thermal and PV7. Repairs to steam and condensate lines8. Used oil recycling at blending facility9. LEED standards for new buildings
  8. 8. Roundtable 1 MCAS Cherry Point Future NeedsFuture Needs (Installation/Agency: MCAS Cherry Point)1. Assess existing buildings for potential to support solar energy2. Alternative energy projects3. Sustainable building standards for improvements on existing facilities
  9. 9. Roundtable 1 GSA InitiativesCurrent Initiatives (Installation/Agency: GSA)1. Advanced Metering, 72 federally owned locations throughout the Region (NC, SC, TN,KY, AL, FL, GA, MS)2. “Smart Buildings” Program, across all 11 Regions3. Energy Communications Network; 8 pilot projects in NC4. Sustainability Council5. ARRA funded Lighting and Mechanical Retrofit in Federal Buildings: Asheville,Greensboro, and New Bern, NC.6. PV Roof Project – started in Raleigh, NC.
  10. 10. Roundtable 1 GSA Future NeedsFuture Needs (Installation/Agency: GSA)1. Re-commissioning of buildings: Goal is 25% of all covered buildings every 4 years2. Energy usage reduction- 30% of 2003 use by 20153. Advanced metering: Goal is to meter all electricity by 2012, all gas and water by 20164. All future construction must meet LEED Gold Standards