TAMPA HOUSING EPC PROGRAM STEP ONEEstablishing BaselinesThree Year Average<br />Electric 		12,658,046 kWh<br />     Gas			...
HUD pays the Housing Authority the average utility rate, times the frozen baseline, no mater how much consumption actual i...
What we installed<br />CFL’s<br />Energy Star Appliances<br />Water restricting aerators 1.5/ 1.0/.5<br />Low flush toilet...
That’s an average of 2.6 million a year.<br />But We didn’t get to keep it all<br />HUD funding ranged from 84% to 89 %<br...
Next<br />EPC Two<br />Dehumidification for 450 Senior’s Building <br />Installation of ductless mini split A/C’s $1.5 mil...
Hopes<br />Install solar panels on Senior’s building either by purchase (stimulus grant); or,<br />Power Purchase Agreemen...
More Hopes ( Grant Pending)<br /><ul><li>Construct a 1500 ton Chiller plant (expandable to 4500 ton) on top of 40 foot, 3,...
Supply cooling water to 2,425,000 SF of conditioned space and a newly constructed middle school. 50 % more efficient and r...
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  1. 1. TAMPA HOUSING EPC PROGRAM STEP ONEEstablishing BaselinesThree Year Average<br />Electric 12,658,046 kWh<br /> Gas 279,788 Therms<br /> Water 424,106 kgals <br />
  2. 2. HUD pays the Housing Authority the average utility rate, times the frozen baseline, no mater how much consumption actual is used.<br />Use Less equals Savings<br />Use more equals Loss<br />
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  6. 6. What we installed<br />CFL’s<br />Energy Star Appliances<br />Water restricting aerators 1.5/ 1.0/.5<br />Low flush toilets 1.6 gpf<br />Water heaters<br />Some windows<br />
  7. 7. That’s an average of 2.6 million a year.<br />But We didn’t get to keep it all<br />HUD funding ranged from 84% to 89 %<br />ESCO received 15 % of savings<br />Payments on 11 million dollar loan = 1 million<br />Measurement and Verification costs $300,000<br />Replacement escrow $300,000<br />Net about $400,000 or 2.4 million over 6 years<br />
  8. 8. Next<br />EPC Two<br />Dehumidification for 450 Senior’s Building <br />Installation of ductless mini split A/C’s $1.5 million<br />Energy star sliders, security doors and windows $1.2 million <br />Safety Elements FEMA Fire Assistance Grant $160,000 <br />
  9. 9. Hopes<br />Install solar panels on Senior’s building either by purchase (stimulus grant); or,<br />Power Purchase Agreement with an ESCO<br />Roof space will provide 17% of the electric need of the building; most during high peak or demand time periods.<br />
  10. 10. More Hopes ( Grant Pending)<br /><ul><li>Construct a 1500 ton Chiller plant (expandable to 4500 ton) on top of 40 foot, 3,000,000 gal storm water collection vault for irrigation and cooling water tower make up with thermal storage (ice tanks).
  11. 11. Supply cooling water to 2,425,000 SF of conditioned space and a newly constructed middle school. 50 % more efficient and reduced construction costs.</li></li></ul><li>Still Trying to Figure Out Building Affordable Housing<br />If the developer pays for energy efficiency (2-10% premium) and resident enjoys the utility savings.<br />How do we bridge that gap for affordable, workers housing: Tax Credits, Utility Loans, Rebates, Grants.<br />Any Ideas?<br />

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