Con Edison and NYSERDAData Center Efficiency ProgramOracle Midmarket Luncheon Event9/21/12Anastasia Wright, Willdan Energy...
Agenda• Introduction• Con Edison – NYSERDA Joint Data Center Efficiency  Program (DCEP) Overview  — Customer Eligibility  ...
Introduction: Our Team• Con Edison: Electric service provider for NYC and  most of Westchester county   – Lockheed Martin:...
Introduction: Why Data Centers?         • Reducing data center energy use           critical to reduce stress on grid:    ...
Agenda• Introduction→ Con Edison – NYSERDA Joint Data Center Efficiency Program (DCEP) Overview  — Customer Eligibility  —...
Con Edison-NYSERDA DCEP Overview:• Funding available for energy efficiency in New York-  based data centers:   – Technical...
Customer Eligibility                       • System’s Benefit                         Charge (SBC)                       •...
Agenda• Introduction• Con Edison – NYSERDA Joint Data Center Efficiency  Program (DCEP) Overview  — Customer Eligibility  ...
Technical Assistance Studies• Up to 50% cost share for  energy-related engineering  studies including but not  limited to:...
Agenda• Introduction• Con Edison – NYSERDA Joint Data Center Efficiency  Program (DCEP) Overview  — Customer Eligibility  ...
Financial Incentives for Energy Efficiency• Funding available for energy-saving IT and facilities  measures• Financial inc...
Performance-Based Incentives• Final incentive based on verified energy savings:  Pre-installation   Post-installation   In...
Data Center Energy Efficiency Projects• Eligible projects include, but not limited to:          IT Infrastructure         ...
Customer Support• Comprehensive assistance throughout participation   – Program understanding   – Project scope definition...
Agenda• Introduction• Con Edison – NYSERDA Joint Data Center Efficiency  Program (DCEP) Overview  — Customer Eligibility  ...
Case Study: Investment Bank• Large investment bank in Manhattan received $1,427,238 for  server virtualization and server ...
Case Study: Hospital• Brooklyn-based hospital received $96,785 incentive for  virtualizing 200 servers down to 10:        ...
Case Study: Financial Services Firm• Joint application submitted by landlord and tenant for  facilities measures in Manhat...
Case Study: XAND Colocation Facility• 5,000 ft2 build-out of  existing data center  in Hawthorne, NY   – IT refresh and   ...
Case Study: Information Services Firm• Received $21,123                       Project Details  for data storage      Proje...
Agenda• Introduction• Con Edison – NYSERDA Joint Data Center Efficiency  Program Overview  — Customer Eligibility  — Techn...
Summary• Funding is available from Con Edison and NYSERDA  for energy efficiency upgrades in NY-based Data  Centers:• Tech...
Next Steps: How to Apply• Contact me: Anastasia Wright              Deputy Program Manager              Email: awright@wil...
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NYSERDA Con Ed presentation at Oracle Midmarket Luncheon

  1. 1. Con Edison and NYSERDAData Center Efficiency ProgramOracle Midmarket Luncheon Event9/21/12Anastasia Wright, Willdan Energy Solutions
  2. 2. Agenda• Introduction• Con Edison – NYSERDA Joint Data Center Efficiency Program (DCEP) Overview — Customer Eligibility — Technical Assistance Studies — Financial Incentives• Case Studies• Summary and Next Steps
  3. 3. Introduction: Our Team• Con Edison: Electric service provider for NYC and most of Westchester county – Lockheed Martin: Data center outreach contractor for Con Edison• New York State Energy Research & Development Authority (NYSERDA): State authority promoting energy efficiency since 1975 – Willdan Energy Solutions: Data center outreach contractor for NYSERDA.
  4. 4. Introduction: Why Data Centers? • Reducing data center energy use critical to reduce stress on grid: – U.S. data centers consume nearly 75 billion kWh of electricity per year1 – NY State has the 2nd largest concentration of data centers in U.S.2 – NYC and San Francisco have highest concentration of data centers2 – NYC identified as critical electric transmission congestion area3 Eastern Critical Electric Transmission Congestion Area31. Jonathan Koomey. 2011. Growth in Data center electricity use 2005 to 2010. Analytics Press2. U.S. EPA. 2007 Report to Congress on Server and Data Center Energy Efficiency.3. U.S. Department of Energy. 2006 National Electric transmission Congestion Study
  5. 5. Agenda• Introduction→ Con Edison – NYSERDA Joint Data Center Efficiency Program (DCEP) Overview — Customer Eligibility — Technical Assistance Studies — Financial Incentives• Case Studies• Summary and Next Steps
  6. 6. Con Edison-NYSERDA DCEP Overview:• Funding available for energy efficiency in New York- based data centers: – Technical Assistance Studies • Cost share for energy-related engineering studies – Financial Incentives for Energy Efficiency • Funding to offset the costs of energy-saving IT measures
  7. 7. Customer Eligibility • System’s Benefit Charge (SBC) • Data Center located in Con Edison service territory:  5 Boroughs of New York City  Westchester County X Long Island, New Jersey
  8. 8. Agenda• Introduction• Con Edison – NYSERDA Joint Data Center Efficiency Program (DCEP) Overview — Customer Eligibility → Technical Assistance Studies — Financial Incentives• Case Studies• Summary and Next Steps
  9. 9. Technical Assistance Studies• Up to 50% cost share for energy-related engineering studies including but not limited to: • Feasibility Studies • Cooling Optimization • Airflow Management • UPS/Power Systems • Design optimization• Up to $1 Million per study
  10. 10. Agenda• Introduction• Con Edison – NYSERDA Joint Data Center Efficiency Program (DCEP) Overview — Customer Eligibility — Technical Assistance Studies → Financial Incentives• Case Studies• Summary and Next Steps
  11. 11. Financial Incentives for Energy Efficiency• Funding available for energy-saving IT and facilities measures• Financial incentives to reward sustainable, efficient IT load growth• Up to $5 Million or 50% of total cost per project• New construction or existing assets• Detailed engineering analysis to determine savings• Performance-based incentives
  12. 12. Performance-Based Incentives• Final incentive based on verified energy savings: Pre-installation Post-installation Incentive Cash kWh usage kWh usage rate Incentive• Incentive rate ranges from $0.08 - $0.16/kWh saved• Funds distributed post-installation
  13. 13. Data Center Energy Efficiency Projects• Eligible projects include, but not limited to: IT Infrastructure Facilities Upgrades • Server virtualization • CRAC/CRAH replacements • Server refresh • UPS upgrades • Desktop virtualization • VFDs • Storage optimization • Free cooling • PC power management • Airflow Management • Server load prioritization
  14. 14. Customer Support• Comprehensive assistance throughout participation – Program understanding – Project scope definition – Application development and submittal• Con Edison-NYSERDA DCEP Team – NYSERDA, Willdan Energy Solutions; AND – Con Edison, Lockheed Martin• Other Resources – Market Partner Network
  15. 15. Agenda• Introduction• Con Edison – NYSERDA Joint Data Center Efficiency Program (DCEP) Overview — Customer Eligibility — Technical Assistance Studies — Financial Incentives→ Case Studies• Summary and Next Steps
  16. 16. Case Study: Investment Bank• Large investment bank in Manhattan received $1,427,238 for server virtualization and server refresh initiative Project Details Project Cost $9,265,158 Incentive Rate $0.16/annual kWh saved Annual Energy Savings 8,920,239 kWh Annual Electric Cost Savings $1,516,438 Pre-incentive Payback 6 years Payback with Incentive 5 years
  17. 17. Case Study: Hospital• Brooklyn-based hospital received $96,785 incentive for virtualizing 200 servers down to 10: Project Details Project Cost $253,207 Incentive Rate $0.16/annual kWh saved Energy Savings 604,908 kWh/yr Electric Cost Savings $108,883/yr Pre-incentive Payback 2.3 years Payback with Incentive 15 months
  18. 18. Case Study: Financial Services Firm• Joint application submitted by landlord and tenant for facilities measures in Manhattan data center: Tenant Landlord • CRAC unit replacement • Chiller replacement • Lighting upgrades • UPS upgrade • UPS upgrade • Airflow management upgrade• Estimated energy savings: 735,758 kWh (~$118k incentive)• Incentive distribution to be decided internally
  19. 19. Case Study: XAND Colocation Facility• 5,000 ft2 build-out of existing data center in Hawthorne, NY – IT refresh and consolidation – Efficient cooling Project Details – UPS replacements Incentive Rate $0.16/annual kWh saved – Sustainable load growth Project Cost $1,591,000 Energy Savings 3.7 Million kWh/yr• Reduced payback Electric Cost Savings $666,000 from 2.5 years to less Total Incentive $592,000 than 18 mo.
  20. 20. Case Study: Information Services Firm• Received $21,123 Project Details for data storage Project Cost $142,359 upgrade that $0.13/annual kWh Incentive Rate resulted in reduced saved cooling load. Energy Savings 160,098 kWh/yr• Tenant in a master- Electric Cost Savings $28,818/yr metered, multi- Pre-incentive Payback 5 years tenant commercial Payback with Incentive 4.2 years property
  21. 21. Agenda• Introduction• Con Edison – NYSERDA Joint Data Center Efficiency Program Overview — Customer Eligibility — Technical Assistance Studies — Financial Incentives• Case Studies→ Summary and Next Steps
  22. 22. Summary• Funding is available from Con Edison and NYSERDA for energy efficiency upgrades in NY-based Data Centers:• Technical Assistance Studies — Up to 50% cost share for energy-related studies• Financial Incentives for Energy Efficiency Measures — Incentive based on verified energy savings ($0.08 to $0.16/kWh saved) — Up to $5 million or 50% of the project cost
  23. 23. Next Steps: How to Apply• Contact me: Anastasia Wright Deputy Program Manager Email: awright@willdan.com Phone: (212) 701-7294• Hotline: 1-212-701-7222• Website: – www.coned.com/energyefficiency – www.nyserda.org/data-centers

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