S. REDUCING ENERGY CONSUMPTIONIN YOUR FACILITIES … NEWER TECHNOLOGIES, BESTPRACTICES TO MAKE THEM WORK AND PRACTICAL EXAMP...
AGENDA   LED technologies       Performance       Costs       Practical Applications   Cogeneration       MicroTurbi...
LED   Lumens       Glare!!!!!!!   Watts       Lumens per watt > 100   Life   Directional   Dimming   OTHER       ...
LED ROI   Simple Payback    8   to 10 years   With Operational    <   5years   Other Considerations     Safety     ...
Cogeneration   Micro turbines up to .5MW     Usually 65kW increments     Natural Gas Fired…     Recuperators     Caps...
Gas Micro-Turbines• Combine energy conservation/efficiencies with on site  production of electricity (co-generation)• Loca...
CoGeneration >.3MW<5MW
Co-Gen 3MW +
Financial At $5 per MCF gas $.08 per kWh Payback may be as little as 3 to 4 years Requires Cogeneration mode 100% heat...
Micro-Turbine   200kW Unit   Cost = $390,000 ($1950/kW)   8,000 hours   1,600,000 kWh = $128,000   4,143 mmBtu = $20,...
Natural Gas / InternalCombustion   375 kW Unit   Cost = $588,000 ($1568/kW)   8,000 hours   3,000,000 kWh = $240,000 ...
Turbine   4,600 kW Unit   Cost = $9,600,000 ($2087/kW)   8,000 hours   36,800,000 kWh = $2,944,000   204,422 mmBtu = ...
Requirements   Long Term Gas Contracts     Currently 5 years     Expect longer soon     Ability to negotiate with Well...
Payback   Typical turnkey installation is now less than 10    years   Utilizing waste stream can qualify for REC    cred...
Types of Wireless   Zigbee   EnOcean   WiFi   Bluetooth
EnOcean - Energy Harvesting Wireless Technology   Energy Harvesting     Photovoltaic Panels     Kinetic Energy     Sma...
Dorm Room Automation• EnOcean has been proven for past 10 years• Hospitality industry installing with enormous  success• S...
Dorm Room Automation• Student Interface   Smart phones or computers   Can view and change room conditions from    anywhe...
Payback   Tstat   Valve   Occ Sensor   Window Sensor   Cost = 500     Payback  10years     Room Utility $200
Rebates/ REC credits   REC credits – 2 to 3 cents per kWh   Rebates     Available   in almost all utilities       Usua...
Questions?      For more information call         H. Kelly Tisdale at           888-774-9405
Reduce Energy Consumption with LED Lighting, Co-generation, & Wireless Automation
Reduce Energy Consumption with LED Lighting, Co-generation, & Wireless Automation
Reduce Energy Consumption with LED Lighting, Co-generation, & Wireless Automation
Reduce Energy Consumption with LED Lighting, Co-generation, & Wireless Automation
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Energy efficiency in facilities can be achieved by using best practices in LED lighting, co-generation, and wireless automation. This presentation covers the costs and benefits, where these technologies can be applied, and what funding is available to assist with return on investment (ROI). For more information visit www.brewer-garrett.com or call 888-774-9405.

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Reduce Energy Consumption with LED Lighting, Co-generation, & Wireless Automation

  1. 1. S. REDUCING ENERGY CONSUMPTIONIN YOUR FACILITIES … NEWER TECHNOLOGIES, BESTPRACTICES TO MAKE THEM WORK AND PRACTICAL EXAMPLES WITHSOME UNCOMMON APPLICATIONS OF LED LIGHTING, CO-GENERATION& WIRELESS AUTOMATION SYSTEMS… THE COST AND BENEFITS,WHERE THESE TECHNOLOGIES CAN BE APPLIED AND…WHAT FUNDING IS AVAILABLE TO ASSIST WITH THEIR ROI – MEC Feb 19th and 20th H. Kelly Tisdale The Brewer-Garrett Company 888-774-9405
  2. 2. AGENDA LED technologies  Performance  Costs  Practical Applications Cogeneration  MicroTurbines  Natural Gas Engines  Gas Turbines  Practical Applications Wireless Automation  Zigbee  EnOcean  Practical Applications Rebates
  3. 3. LED Lumens  Glare!!!!!!! Watts  Lumens per watt > 100 Life Directional Dimming OTHER  Manufacturer  Osram  Phillips  Nichia  Cree  GE
  4. 4. LED ROI Simple Payback 8 to 10 years With Operational < 5years Other Considerations  Safety  Color Rendering  Comfort of Staff, Population
  5. 5. Cogeneration Micro turbines up to .5MW  Usually 65kW increments  Natural Gas Fired…  Recuperators  Capstone Gas engine .3 to 5MW  Diesel or Natural Gas  Waukesha, Caterpillar Turbines 3MW plus  Solar – Saturn, Taurus, Mercury, Mars, Titan
  6. 6. Gas Micro-Turbines• Combine energy conservation/efficiencies with on site production of electricity (co-generation)• Local production and local consumption significantly reduces transportation and distribution costs• Installation of high efficiency gas microturbines to produce on-site electricity and reduce GHG emissions Absorbers TriGeneration
  7. 7. CoGeneration >.3MW<5MW
  8. 8. Co-Gen 3MW +
  9. 9. Financial At $5 per MCF gas $.08 per kWh Payback may be as little as 3 to 4 years Requires Cogeneration mode 100% heat utilization
  10. 10. Micro-Turbine 200kW Unit Cost = $390,000 ($1950/kW) 8,000 hours 1,600,000 kWh = $128,000 4,143 mmBtu = $20,715 Purchased Gas = 16,480 mmBtu = $82,400 Net Savings = $66,315 Simple Payback = 5.88 years Maintenance = $15,000/year Simple Payback with Maintenance = 7.6 years
  11. 11. Natural Gas / InternalCombustion 375 kW Unit Cost = $588,000 ($1568/kW) 8,000 hours 3,000,000 kWh = $240,000 9,800 mmBtu = $48,999 Purchased Gas = 28,355 mmBtu = $141,776 Net Savings = $147,223 Simple Payback = 3.99 years Annual Maintenance = $28,000 Payback with Maintenance = 4.9
  12. 12. Turbine 4,600 kW Unit Cost = $9,600,000 ($2087/kW) 8,000 hours 36,800,000 kWh = $2,944,000 204,422 mmBtu = $1,022,112 Purchased Gas = 326,158 mmBtu = $1,630,792 Net Savings = $2,335,320 Simple Payback = 4.11 years Annual Maintenance = $345,000 Simple Payback with Maintenance = 4.82 years
  13. 13. Requirements Long Term Gas Contracts  Currently 5 years  Expect longer soon  Ability to negotiate with Well Driller  Constant Load is Best for Driller  Utilizing own natural resource Heat Load  Process Loads  Terminal Reheats  Domestic Hot Water  Swimming Pools  Absorbers
  14. 14. Payback Typical turnkey installation is now less than 10 years Utilizing waste stream can qualify for REC credits
  15. 15. Types of Wireless Zigbee EnOcean WiFi Bluetooth
  16. 16. EnOcean - Energy Harvesting Wireless Technology Energy Harvesting  Photovoltaic Panels  Kinetic Energy  Small Packets of Information Expansion  160 Manufacturers (and growing) making 2,000 products worldwide  Siemens  GE  Leviton  Osram• Interchangeable
  17. 17. Dorm Room Automation• EnOcean has been proven for past 10 years• Hospitality industry installing with enormous success• System is extremely secure• Solution  Install Valves and Wireless Relays on heating / cooling equipment  Install Thermostats  Install Occupancy Sensors  Install Window Sensors  Include Smart Power-strips• Logic  Set back system when window opens or unoccupied
  18. 18. Dorm Room Automation• Student Interface  Smart phones or computers  Can view and change room conditions from anywhere  Facilitates aggressive setbacks while providing building protection (min/max controlled by KSU)  Can “turn off the iron” remotely  Integrates into Green initiatives  Potentially a revenue stream - “Joe’s Pizza”  Potential notification system – “Don’t forget tonight’s basketball game!”  Sell student on comfort and interaction w/technology
  19. 19. Payback Tstat Valve Occ Sensor Window Sensor Cost = 500  Payback 10years  Room Utility $200
  20. 20. Rebates/ REC credits REC credits – 2 to 3 cents per kWh Rebates  Available in almost all utilities  Usually prescriptive and custom  Almost anything can be applied for on a custom basis with good logic  Different utilities have different thesholds
  21. 21. Questions? For more information call H. Kelly Tisdale at 888-774-9405

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