NYSERDA Multifamily Performance Program

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New Star Energy Services presents the NYSERDA Multifamily Performance Program was developed to encourage building owners and developers with INCENTIVES to design, implement and install energy efficient measures in both New Construction and Existing Buildings.

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NYSERDA Multifamily Performance Program

  1. 1. Multifamily Performance Program March 25, 2009 - Webinar
  2. 2. What is NYSERDA? The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority  A public benefit corporation established by law in 1975.  Funded by the System Benefits Charge (SBC), derived from utility customers across New York State.  Headquartered in Albany with local offices in New York City, Buffalo and West Valley.  Promotes energy awareness, efficiency, & alternative resources.
  3. 3. What is the SBC?  The System Benefits Charge – a small fee paid by most electric customer in the state.  Established by the Public Services Commission in 1996 to fund initiatives not adequately addressed in the transition to competitive electric markets.  Energy efficiency, R&D, Affordability
  4. 4. Who pays into the SBC? New York Energy $mart SM programs are available to all electricity customers of the following utilities:  Central Hudson  Con Edison  New York State Electric & Gas  National Grid  Rochester Gas and Electric  Orange and Rockland
  5. 5. Multifamily Performance Program A New York Energy $martSM Program
  6. 6. About the MPP New program (May 2007) Integration of all former NYSERDA Multifamily Programs Existing Buildings and New Construction Market Rate and Affordable
  7. 7. Program Goals  Provide incentives for energy and energy-related improvements  Save energy; strong emphasis on low- to moderate-income residents  Promote a whole building approach & ENERGY STAR® Label  Reduce system peak demand  Promote Economic Development & Market Transformation
  8. 8. Eligibility 1. Existing building of 5 units or more 2. Building must pay into the System Benefit Charge Fund
  9. 9. Incentives Paid directly to building owners to improve the performance of their buildings  Supplements funding for services & improvements  Owner pays Partner’s fee
  10. 10. Incentives (cont.)
  11. 11. The Process 1. Hire a Multifamily Performance Partner. 2. Complete a Program Application and Participation Agreement. 3. Benchmark your project. 4. Develop an Energy Reduction Plan. 5. Implement the Energy Reduction Plan. 6. Confirm achievement of the target. THE GOAL: Reduce your project’s energy usage by 20%.
  12. 12. The Lobby Display  Buildings that engage the Program will receive a display for their building indicating their participation and outlining their energy reduction target.  The lobby display includes brochures for residents that explains the work being done to the building.
  13. 13. New York Energy $martSM Label Buildings that successfully achieve their target will be awarded a plaque and designated a “New York Energy $martSM Building”.
  14. 14. Multifamily Program Step by Step YOUR LOGO
  15. 15. Stream Lining the Process 1 Develop the Energy Reduction Plan – Payment #1 Plan the implementation and order equipment – Payment #2 2 3 Commission the project – Payment #3 4 Verify the savings – Payment #4
  16. 16. Energy Reduction Plan – Payment 1 Reduce consumption by 20% Summary  Survey the facility  Analyze 23 core measures  Lighting  HVAC  Elevators  Envelope  Analyze custom measures  Project Energy Savings  Develop a Budget  Secure NYSERDA commitment and other funding
  17. 17. Plan and Begin Implementation – Payment 2 Summary  Take the draft ERP to general contractors and engineers  Provide the Owner with overall budget to implement the ERP  Assist in developing bids, project schedules and equipment selection as needed
  18. 18. Project Commissioning and Verification – Payment 3 Summary  Verify proper equipment operation  Prepare submittals to NYSERDA  Assist Owner in developing punch- list items for contractors
  19. 19. Measurement and Verification – Payment 4 Summary  Verify 20% energy savings after 1 year of operation  Assist Owner in obtaining Fuel Release Forms  Prepare submittals to NYSERDA
  20. 20. Stream Lining the Process - Conclusion 1 Develop the Energy Reduction Plan – Payment #1 Plan the implementation and order equipment – Payment #2 2 3 Commission the project – Payment #3 4 Verify the savings – Payment #4
  21. 21. The New York Energy $martSM Loan Fund
  22. 22. Loan Amount Multi-Family & Commercial Buildings (New Construction): Up to $1,000,000 per borrower plus an additional maximum of $500,000 for “green building” improvements where the building is registered LEED - NC Existing Multifamily Buildings: $5,000 per unit up to $2,500,000 plus an additional maximum of $2,500,000 for projects that include advanced meters (see program materials for details)
  23. 23. Do You Have Any Questions? Jason Smithwick 646-290-5400 jsmithwick@newstarenergyservices.com

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