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Andy Shapiro, Energy Balance, Inc.

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  1. 1. Scoping Green Renovation Andy Shapiro, Energy Balance, Inc. andy@energybalance.us 14 April 2010 Energy Balance, Inc.
  2. 2. Scoping Green Renovation Setting goals, metrics, implementation strategies MacArthur “Roadmap” work Green strategies for affordable housing. Prioritizing various elements What does this look like in a project? Ongoing tracking of benefits Energy Balance, Inc.
  3. 3. Why Bother? The perfect storm Energy Balance, Inc.
  4. 4. Setting goals, metrics, implementation strategies Energy Balance, Inc.
  5. 5. Setting goals, metrics, implementation strategies Why bother to set goals? Energy Balance, Inc.
  6. 6. Setting goals, metrics, implementation strategies Why bother to set goals? Energy Balance, Inc.
  7. 7. Goals, Objectives and Strategies Define the ENVIRONMENTAL GOALS for the building. Best before schematic design phase Green design stretches out the schematic design phase. Energy Balance, Inc.
  8. 8. Goals, Objectives and Strategies Example GOAL: Highly efficient use of energy Energy Balance, Inc.
  9. 9. Goals, Objectives and Strategies Translate goals into OBJECTIVES Metrics to see if goals are being met, such as Use 50% less energy than Energy Code Reduce building energy operating cost by 50% Maintain affordable PUM in year 2025 Energy Balance, Inc.
  10. 10. Goals, Objectives and Strategies Translate OBJECTIVES into specific systems or STRATEGIES that will be considered for the building. Example STRATEGIES: Super- insulated walls; super-windows; highest efficiency boilers, energy recovery ventilation, solar hot water.... Energy Balance, Inc.
  11. 11. Goals, Objectives and Strategies GOAL OBJECTIVE STRATEGIES Energy Balance, Inc.
  12. 12. Goals, Objectives and Strategies GOAL: Highest energy efficiency OBJECTIVE: 50% less energy use than code STRATEGIES: Super-insulation, highest efficiency boilers and chillers, energy-recovery ventilation Energy Balance, Inc.
  13. 13. Scoping Green Renovation Roadmap to Energy Affordability: How much to spend on affordable housing rehab to be sure energy costs stay affordable? (And how to spend it?) Energy Balance, Inc.
  14. 14. Roadmap to Energy Affordability Purposes: Provide roadmap for housing providers Provide data for policy-makers to set funding levels Energy Balance, Inc.
  15. 15. Volatility in current energy markets Energy Balance, Inc.
  16. 16. Volatility in energy markets Energy Balance, Inc.
  17. 17. Roadmap to Energy Affordability Risk avoidance as an approach to the volatility in current energy markets Energy Balance, Inc.
  18. 18. Roadmap to Energy Affordability “Near term” and ”permanently” affordable Energy Balance, Inc.
  19. 19. Roadmap to Energy Affordability “near term” affordable -- for 15 years energy costs will not effect affordability Energy Balance, Inc.
  20. 20. Roadmap to Energy Affordability “near term” affordable -- for 15 years energy costs will not effect affordability ”permanently affordable” -- energy costs will be so low as to not effect affordability for the foreseeable future Energy Balance, Inc.
  21. 21. Roadmap to Energy Affordability For “near term” affordable, what are: Current fuel costs? Analysis period? Escalation rate? (base rate and high rate) Acceptable $PUM? (total energy cost for heat and hot water -- includes common costs and tenant costs) Energy Balance, Inc.
  22. 22. Roadmap to Energy Affordability The “oracle method” arrived at Current fuel cost $3.00/gallon oil Analysis period – 15 years Escalation rates (5% and 10%) Acceptable $PUM in yr 15 = $75 for a typical 2 BR, family, 750 sq. ft. Energy Balance, Inc.
  23. 23. Roadmap to Energy Affordability Parameters for “permanently affordable” Use most expensive fuel cost: photovoltaics Minimize total investment in energy improvements plus investment in PV to provide all the energy needed. Energy Balance, Inc.
  24. 24. permanently affordable Cost for Cost for Total Cost Rehab PV for Rehab + PV Only Only Total Existing Unit -- $$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$ Low level $$ $$$$$ $$$$$$$ Rehab Level 2 $$$ $$$$ $$$$$$$ Rehab Level 3 $$$$ $$$ $$$$$$ Rehab Level 4 $$$$$$ $$ $$$$$$$$ Rehab Energy Balance, Inc.
  25. 25. permanently affordable Cost for Cost for Total Cost Rehab PV for Rehab + PV Only Only Total Existing Unit -- $$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$ Low level $$ $$$$$ $$$$$$$ Rehab Level 2 $$$ $$$$ $$$$$$$ Rehab Level 3 $$$$ $$$ $$$$$$ Rehab Level 4 $$$$$$ $$ $$$$$$$$ Rehab Energy Balance, Inc.
  26. 26. Roadmap to Energy Affordability Housing Types for Analysis Description 1 Slab-on-grade duplex/townhouses, typically 1970's/1980's vintage Larger downtown buildings, multi-unit, older buildings, may have retail below, may be 2 historic. Will include interior-insulation for Near Term Affordable retrofit and exterior insulation for Permanently Affordable Double loaded corridor, newer construction, typically 20 - 40 units, built within last decade. Costs will be for upgrading features during construction, as opposed to retrofit costs 3 since existing examples tend to be relatively new buildings and since this is a likely form for much future new construction of affordable housing Typical housing project that often includes several smaller buildings, either built as 4 apartments or changed from single family to multi-family Energy Balance, Inc.
  27. 27. Scoping Green Renovation Setting goals, metrics, implementation strategies MacArthur “Roadmap” work Green strategies for affordable housing. Prioritizing various elements What does this look like in a project? Ongoing tracking of benefits Energy Balance, Inc.
  28. 28. Green strategies for affordable housing Energy Balance, Inc.
  29. 29. Green Buildings What Are They? Healthy Durable Efficient Meet these goals without affecting future generations’ ability to do the same. Energy Balance, Inc.
  30. 30. Healthy Healthy for the Occupants Healthy for the Construction Workers and Fabricators Healthy for the Earth Energy Balance, Inc.
  31. 31. Healthy for the Occupants: Excellent Indoor Air Quality Materials – zero formaldehyde avoid plasticizers Avoid/minimize VOC’s Allergen control: Don’t feed the critters: avoid or carefully locate carpet Energy Balance, Inc.
  32. 32. Hardwood floors in living and dining room (Waterfront Housing, Burlington, VT) Energy Balance, Inc.
  33. 33. Healthy for the Occupants: Excellent Indoor Air Quality Ventilation – good and plenty! All houses need mechanical ventilation The price of living in a closed box is bringing in fresh air! Energy Balance, Inc.
  34. 34. Healthy for the Occupants: Excellent Indoor Air Quality Compartmentalization of apartments for second-hand smoke control Energy Balance, Inc.
  35. 35. Ventilation Minimum – exhaust-only: high efficiency, quiet fans, running 24/7 Best – balanced system: energy recovery, fresh air to each occupied room, stale air out of moisture producing rooms, 24/7 Energy Balance, Inc.
  36. 36. Balanced System Energy Balance, Inc.
  37. 37. Heat recovery ventilation Energy Balance, Inc.
  38. 38. Energy and Heat Recovery Ventilation How is it done? Energy Balance, Inc.
  39. 39. Healthy for the Occupants: Moisture control = mold control Rain water Ground water Internally generated moisture Mold = potential liability issue Energy Balance, Inc.
  40. 40. Healthy for the Occupants: Moisture control = mold control Rain water Problems usually from the roof! Proper grading critical Rain screen approach to siding See Building Science Corporation’s excellent work Energy Balance, Inc.
  41. 41. Image courtesy John Straube, Building Science Corporation Energy Balance, Inc.
  42. 42. Healthy for the Occupants: Moisture control = mold control Ground water Capillary breaks in foundation Continuous moisture barrier Excellent drainage Energy Balance, Inc.
  43. 43. Capillary break and vapor barrier Energy Balance, Inc.
  44. 44. Healthy for the Occupants: Moisture control = mold control Internally generated moisture No thermal bridges = No condensation. Good windows Slab insulation – important for condensation control Ventilation Energy Balance, Inc.
  45. 45. Healthy for the Occupants: Moisture/Allergen control Surfaces easy to keep clean Building maintenance: Non-toxic cleaning products Energy Balance, Inc.
  46. 46. Healthy for the Construction Workers and Fabricators Low toxicity materials Low toxicity during manufacture Low toxicity during installation Energy Balance, Inc.
  47. 47. Healthy for the Earth: Materials Choices Recycled – Re-hab an old building Recycled – cellulose insulation Recyclable – Metal roofing Energy Balance, Inc.
  48. 48. Healthy for the Earth: Materials Choices Sustainable – certified sustainably harvested wood Low embodied energy – local material Energy Balance, Inc.
  49. 49. Healthy for the Earth: Site and Location Choices Build on public transit lines Build on non-agricultural land Build near walking and bicycle paths Energy Balance, Inc.
  50. 50. Healthy for the Earth: Site and Location Choices Cluster development Preserve and enhance existing ecosystems Rehabilitate a ‘brownfield’ site Energy Balance, Inc.
  51. 51. Healthy for the Earth: Site and Location Choices Local plants Limit turf that requires mowing Manage runoff from parking and roads Energy Balance, Inc.
  52. 52. Healthy for the Earth: Durable Durable materials Durable detailing Energy Balance, Inc.
  53. 53. Healthy for the Earth: Durable Energy Balance, Inc.
  54. 54. Healthy for the Earth: Durable Energy Balance, Inc.
  55. 55. Healthy for the Earth: Efficient Resource Efficient Space Efficient Energy Efficient Energy Balance, Inc.
  56. 56. Resource Efficient Only build as much space as needed Optimize materials use and systems design: Don’t ‘over-engineer’ ! OVE Framing Recycling of construction debris Energy Balance, Inc.
  57. 57. Resource Efficient Low water consumption – water-efficient toilets Easy-to-use recycling facilities Energy Balance, Inc.
  58. 58. Energy Efficient (Good) Super envelope High efficiency mechanical systems High efficiency lighting and appliances Energy Balance, Inc.
  59. 59. Good envelope Energy Balance, Inc.
  60. 60. Super- Super windows: From R-3 to envelope R-5 and beyond! Add 4” foil- faced foam to 2x6 wall Add 2 more From R-16 inches to R-40 foam From R-10 to R-20 Energy Balance, Inc.
  61. 61. Good envelope Energy Balance, Inc.
  62. 62. Foam-in- Super place air seal envelope Add 4” foil- faced foam to ceiling From R-28 to R-54 Energy Balance, Inc.
  63. 63. Super envelope retrofit (Building Science Corp) Energy Balance, Inc.
  64. 64. Super windows – R-5 instead of R-3 Fiberglass frame window, triple + two-low-e + argon + Superspacers (Accurate Dorwin, Serious Materials, Marvin new 1.5” triple) Energy Balance, Inc.
  65. 65. Super envelope Air Leakage (Infiltration) Rate Air Changes per Hour – Air leakage 0.40 Infiltration 0.35 ACH 0.30 Typical 0.35 0.25 Micro-load 0.10 0.20 0.15 0.10 0.05 - Typical Micro-load Energy Balance, Inc.
  66. 66. Super envelope – Air leakage Infiltration ACH Gal propane $$/yr Typical 0.35 115 $ 402 Micro-load 0.10 33 $ 115 Savings 82 $ 287 Energy Balance, Inc.
  67. 67. Super envelope – Air leakage Infiltration ACH Gal propane $$/yr Typical 0.35 115 $ 402 Micro-load 0.10 33 $ 115 Savings 82 $ 287 Cost for HRV $ 2,000 cost for air sealing $ 500 total cost $ 2,500 Payment $ 201 Energy Balance, Inc.
  68. 68. Super envelope – Air leakage Infiltration ACH Gal propane $$/yr payment Typical 0.35 115 $ 402 Micro-load 0.10 33 $ 115 Savings 82 $ 287 $ 201 Cost for HRV $ 2,000 cost for air sealing $ 500 total cost $ 2,500 Payment $ 201 Energy Balance, Inc.
  69. 69. Energy Efficient Recycle energy flows Ventilation energy recovery Waste water energy recovery Energy Balance, Inc.
  70. 70. Energy Efficient Waste water energy recovery Energy Balance, Inc.
  71. 71. Energy Efficient Lights and Appliances Lighting Design High efficiency lighting – Energy Star fixtures Occupancy control for lighting in common areas (check ballasts for “program start”) High efficiency appliances – Energy Star appliances Energy Balance, Inc.
  72. 72. Energy Efficient Use as much renewable energy as you can afford! Bio-mass heating Energy Balance, Inc.
  73. 73. Energy Efficient Use as much renewable energy as you can afford! Passive solar – can be inexpensive Energy Balance, Inc.
  74. 74. Energy Efficient Use as much renewable energy as you can afford! Solar thermal, solar electric Energy Balance, Inc.
  75. 75. Prioritizing various elements for affordable housing High integrity thermal envelope (thermal and moisture) Very durable Recover energy flows Conserve water Energy Balance, Inc.
  76. 76. Prioritizing various elements for affordable housing High efficiency distribution Excellent indoor air quality – Good ventilation and materials High efficiency equipment Use renewable energy Energy Balance, Inc.
  77. 77. Scoping Green Renovation Setting goals, metrics, implementation strategies MacArthur “Roadmap” work Green strategies for affordable housing. Prioritizing various elements What does this look like in a project? Ongoing tracking of benefits Energy Balance, Inc.
  78. 78. Setting your energy goals Data Gathering and Analysis Energy Goals Developing a Workplan Energy Balance, Inc.
  79. 79. Data Gathering Building Stats Building Energy Use Building Audit Energy Balance, Inc.
  80. 80. Data Gathering Stats --the patient’s history Energy Use -- the patient’s pulse Detailed Energy Audit -- the patient’s EKG Energy Balance, Inc.
  81. 81. Stats Building Name Location, physical address Location, city, state and zip Total building conditioned sq ft Total building unconditioned sq ft (sheds, storage, etc.) Total building semiconditioned sq ft (basements, mudrooms, other) Number of units, by # bedrooms % Occupancy Date of original construction Date of last renovation Known problems with occupant comfort Known energy usage issues Deferred/upcoming maintenance items Are there needs for expansion or renovation of this building? Your name, date Other notes Energy Balance, Inc.
  82. 82. Stats Building envelope Building construction type, number floors double loaded corridor, 4 floors Describe system, insulation and cladding for: Walls 2x4, brick clad, no insulation Roof/Ceiling 2x10, 3" rigid ins. Under membrane Foundation concrete block, no insulation Slab 4" (?) in basement, no insulation Windows Old doublehung + triple trackstorm Date of most recent energy audit N/A Is audit report available? If so, from whom N/A Is building on historic register or other restrictions? Historic district, rehab pres. credit List building elements in need of repair Brick spalling near grade, windows Describe known problems with building envelope Moisture in basement, water Other notes Structure sound Energy Balance, Inc.
  83. 83. Stats Mechanical Systems Heating System fuel Oil prime mover type Boiler Prime mover capacity (Btu/hr) 500,000 distribution Steam radiators year installed 1935 Cooling System type Window air condtioners capacity ? year installed ? Ventilation system type intermittent bath fans capacity, cfm ? Describe water source for building City water Known issues with any mechanical systems high water pressure, poor zoning Other notes Energy Balance, Inc.
  84. 84. Energy Use – taking the pulse 12 month total energy and water usage, energy usage from all sources start date of usage data end date of usage data ccf natural gas gallons oil gallons propane cords wood tons wood chips tons wood pellets kWh electricity peak electricity demand, kW gallons water use Other notes Energy Balance, Inc.
  85. 85. Energy Use – taking the pulse ENERGY USAGE DATA Total Total Square Electricity Propane Nat Gas Occupancy Footage kWh Oil Gals Gals cu ft Burlington Cohousing multi-family 26,450 105,372 14,241 Waterfront Housing multi-family 45,000 202,000 10,545 Evergreen Place elderly housing 17,240 81,840 1,397 Energy Balance, Inc.
  86. 86. Energy Use – taking the pulse PERFORMANCE DATA Btu/ kWh/ ALL ENERGY SOURCES MMBtu sq.ft.-yr sq.m.-yr Burlington Cohousing multi-family 1,812 69,000 217 Waterfront Housing multi-family 1,765 39,000 123 Evergreen Place elderly housing 469 27,000 85 Energy Balance, Inc.
  87. 87. Energy Use – taking the pulse PERFORMANCE DATA Btu/ kWh/ ALL ENERGY SOURCES MMBtu sq.ft.-yr sq.m.-yr Burlington Cohousing multi-family 1,812 69,000 217 Waterfront Housing multi-family 1,765 39,000 123 Evergreen Place elderly housing 469 27,000 85 PassivHaus standard: 15 kWh/sq.m-yr heat 120 kWh/sq.m-yr total SOURCE energy Energy Balance, Inc.
  88. 88. Energy Use – taking the pulse PassivHaus standard: 15 kWh/sq.m-yr heat 120 kWh/sq.m-yr total SOURCE energy Waterfront Housing: ~66 kWh/sq.m-yr heat ~265 kWh/sq.m-yr total SOURCE energy Energy Balance, Inc.
  89. 89. Energy Audit – Digging Deeper Getting the EKG! Mechanical assessment (re-commissioning) Electrical loads: Apartment lighting, appliances, other Common lighting, office equipment, elevator, outdoor lighting, other Envelope Energy Balance, Inc.
  90. 90. Energy Audit – Digging Deeper Getting the EKG! Waterfront Apartments Natural Gas Use Heat, therms/yr 7,905 Domestic Hot Water, therms/yr 2,640 Total therms/yr 10,545 Btu/sq.ft.-dday heat only 2.33 Avg gas cost/apt-month $ 22.70 Avg gas cost/apt-year $ 272 Btu/sq.ft.-yr 26,363 Energy Balance, Inc.
  91. 91. Energy Audit – Digging Deeper Getting the EKG! Waterfront Apartments Electricity Use Electricity, apt's only kWh/yr 96,000 Electriciy, house meter 106,000 Total kWh/yr 202,000 Avg monthly tenant electric bill $ 19.46 Cost of house meter/apt $ 25.21 kwh/sq.ft.-yr 5.1 Energy Balance, Inc.
  92. 92. Energy Audit – Digging Deeper Getting the EKG! Waterfront Apartments House meter breakdown common lights 43,000 ventilation fans 30,000 cooling vent air 7,000 heating pumps 9,000 elevator 9,000 fire pump 611 controls and other 8,000 Total 106,611 Energy Balance, Inc.
  93. 93. Energy Audit – Digging Deeper Getting the EKG! Energy Balance, Inc.
  94. 94. Energy Audit – Digging Deeper Getting the EKG! Energy Balance, Inc.
  95. 95. Energy Audit – Envelope Air leakage Insulation Windows Doors Energy Balance, Inc.
  96. 96. Energy Goals Energy Balance, Inc.
  97. 97. Energy Goals 100 90 Biomass Percent of current Energy Use 80 PV 70 Conventional 60 Energy 50 40 30 20 10 0 Business as Stop “Cost Avoidance Affordable Perpetually Carbon Net zero usual shooting effective” of future fuel for next X affordable neutral yourself in investments shock risk years the foot in energy Energy Balance, Inc.
  98. 98. Energy Goals 100 30% to 50% solution 90 Biomass Percent of current Energy Use 80 PV 70 60 Conventional Energy 50 40 30 20 10 0 Business as Stop “Cost Avoidance of Affordable Perpetually Carbon Net zero usual shooting effective” future fuel for next X affordable neutral yourself in investments shock risk years the foot in energy Energy Balance, Inc.
  99. 99. Energy Goals 100 90 Micro-load solution Biomass Percent of current Energy Use 80 PV 70 60 Conventional Energy 50 40 30 20 10 0 Business as Stop “Cost Avoidance of Affordable Perpetually Carbon Net zero usual shooting effective” future fuel for next X affordable neutral yourself in investments shock risk years the foot in energy Energy Balance, Inc.
  100. 100. Putting Together a Green Project Design team, consultants and builder selection critical! Allow some additional time Willing and experienced? At least willing! Green champion critical! Green Geek necessary Energy Balance, Inc.
  101. 101. Putting Together a Green Project Design team, consultants and builder selection critical! Check actual energy consumption of projects completed by design team members Past performance best indicator of future performance Energy Balance, Inc.
  102. 102. Putting Together a Green Project Early budgeting with cost and savings projections During schematic design Pick a package of improvements Avoid death by 1,000 cuts Energy Balance, Inc.
  103. 103. Putting Together a Green Project Why not look at First year rate of return? Payback? Cash flow Use cash flow to minimize total investment + operating costs over time Energy Balance, Inc.
  104. 104. Putting Together a Green Project Proforma budget with cash flow Cash Flow Typical Upgrade At LOW fuel escation rate $70,000 Energy Cost without improvements, first year $18,000 Energy cost savings, first year $220,000 total cost of improvements; all borrowed 8.00% loan rate, fixed 20 year term $22,000 annual payment 5% Fuel escalation rate, low,above inflation 15% Fuel escalation rate, high, above inflation 0% Inflation rate Energy Balance, Inc.
  105. 105. Proforma budget with cash flow At LOW fuel escation rate No Improvements With all recommended improvements Year Energy Cost Loan payment Energy Cost Total Net 1 $70,000 $22,000 $52,000 $74,000 ($4,000) 2 $74,000 $22,000 $55,000 $77,000 ($3,000) 3 $78,000 $22,000 $58,000 $80,000 ($2,000) 4 $82,000 $22,000 $61,000 $83,000 ($1,000) 5 $86,000 $22,000 $64,000 $86,000 $0 6 $90,000 $22,000 $67,000 $89,000 $1,000 7 $95,000 $22,000 $70,000 $92,000 $3,000 8 $100,000 $22,000 $74,000 $96,000 $4,000 9 $105,000 $22,000 $78,000 $100,000 $5,000 10 $110,000 $22,000 $82,000 $104,000 $6,000 11 $116,000 $22,000 $86,000 $108,000 $8,000 Energy Balance, Inc.
  106. 106. Proforma budget with cash flow Annual Energy + Debt Service Costs $300,000 (20 yr, 8% loan), Typical Upgrades No improvements, 5% Fuel Escalation $250,000 with improvements, 5% Fuel escalation $200,000 No improvements, 15% Fuel Escalation with improvements, 15% Fuel escalation $150,000 $100,000 $50,000 $0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Year Energy Balance, Inc.
  107. 107. Putting Together a Green Project Include intangible benefits Health benefits Less stress on allergies, asthma Energy Balance, Inc.
  108. 108. Putting Together a Green Project Include intangible benefits Health benefits Stewardship/environment al benefits Green building on the continuum between land conservation and affordable housing Carbon reduction Energy Balance, Inc.
  109. 109. Putting Together a Green Project Include intangible benefits Health benefits Stewardship/environmental benefits Lower liability risk Energy Balance, Inc.
  110. 110. Putting Together a Green Project Include intangible benefits Community image Energy Balance, Inc.
  111. 111. Putting Together a Green Project Include intangible benefits Community image Insulation from rate shock Energy Balance, Inc.
  112. 112. Putting Together a Green Project Include intangible benefits Community image Insulation from rate shock Preparation for uncertainty of long term fossil fuel availability Energy Balance, Inc.
  113. 113. Neww to Green Projects? Work your way into green gradually – pick a good starting point and pick your battles Small project, or a few features in a larger project Case studies can be very powerful Energy Balance, Inc.
  114. 114. Developing a Workplan Each phase supports the eventual goal Can do renewables first and conserve as those opportunities present. Order not critical Energy Balance, Inc.
  115. 115. Developing a Workplan Match plan to goals Phasing: plan for implementation over appropriate time frame Energy Balance, Inc.
  116. 116. Developing a Workplan Match plan to goals Phasing: plan for implementation over appropriate time frame Take best advantage of opportunities as they come – repairs needed, expansion, money that is out there. Energy Balance, Inc.
  117. 117. Developing a Workplan Match plan to goals Phasing: plan for implementation over appropriate time frame Take best advantage of opportunities as they come Put efficiency work in context: Maintenance, current and deferred Other renovations Energy Balance, Inc.
  118. 118. Developing a Workplan Each time a part of the building is worked on, bring that part up to standards for eventual goal for entire building Energy Balance, Inc.
  119. 119. Vermont Studio Center Present Value of Thermal Energy Costs + Retrofit Costs at 5% Real Fuel Escalation Rate $6,000,000 $5,000,000 Retrofit Costs [4] $4,000,000 30 Year PV of Operating Costs [5] $3,000,000 $2,000,000 $1,000,000 $0 No improvements Base case Level 1 Improved Level 2 Best Level 3 Level 2 + 3 Energy Balance, Inc.
  120. 120. Putting Together a Green Project Risk in doing something new – and risk mitigation Assess your risks Know your downsides and how to recover Leading edge versus bleeding edge Energy Balance, Inc.
  121. 121. Putting Together a Green Project Keep your eye on the ball – competing interests Square feet Time $$ Energy Balance, Inc.
  122. 122. Project Follow-up On-going tracking – Celebrate successes, learn from set-backs Energy Balance, Inc.
  123. 123. Energy Tracking over time Building Power Use (5-month rolling average) 14500 14000 13500 13000 12500 kWh 12000 11500 11000 10500 10000 Feb-05 May-05 Sep-05 Dec-05 Mar-06 Jul-06 Oct-06 Jan-07 Energy Balance, Inc.
  124. 124. Energy Tracking over time PERFORMANCE DATA Btu/ kWh/ ALL ENERGY SOURCES MMBtu sq.ft.-yr sq.m.-yr Burlington Cohousing multi-family 1,812 69,000 217 Waterfront Housing multi-family 1,765 39,000 123 Evergreen Place elderly housing 469 27,000 85 Energy Balance, Inc.
  125. 125. Taking care of our future Hedged future energy bills. Ready for a changing energy world. Improved tenant health. Energy Balance, Inc.
  126. 126. Celebrate and lead the way Energy Balance, Inc.

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