Maximize Minnesota Honeywell Presentation October 2009


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Enabling Energy Efficiency Through Building Controls

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Maximize Minnesota Honeywell Presentation October 2009

  1. 1.  Enabling Energy Efficiency Through Building Controls 1 Document control number Honeywell Proprietary
  2. 2.  Favorable Macro Trends • Energy Efficient Programmable • Stimulus Controls • Energy Costs • Green Movement • Energy Efficient Lighting Controls • Legislation • Growing Wealth • Comfort / Convenience • Comfort / Clean Air and Health • Maintenance Costs / Safety • Energy Efficient Gas Valves • Enterprise-Driven Energy Information and Awareness 2 Document control number Honeywell Proprietary
  3. 3.  Energy Leadership • Honeywell is one of only four members of the Fortune 1000 to have its own energy services company • Nearly 50 percent of Honeywell product portfolio is linked to energy efficiency • Honeywell technologies are found in more than 150 million homes, 10 million commercial buildings and a multitude of manufacturing plants around the world. • Over the past 30 years we have installed more than one million load management devices and delivered in excess of 800MW of load reduction – equivalent to the annual output of three nuclear power plants • By 2012, Honeywell will have reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by 30% and increased its energy efficiency by 20%, both from a 2004 baseline. 3 Document control number Honeywell Proprietary
  4. 4.  Industry Knowledge • According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), commercial buildings account for 18% of the total U.S. energy consumption • The DOE reports that energy use in a typical office building accounts for 30% of operating costs, the largest single category of controllable costs • Honeywell estimates that global adoption of our current energy efficiency products could cut energy consumption by 10% - 25% • If Honeywell’s energy efficiency technologies were widely adopted by 2030, we could reduce growth in U.S. energy demand by 22%. This would hold growth in energy demand to 12% versus the 34% increase projected by the U.S. DOE based on an estimated 3% annual GDP growth. These energy savings can be achieved without reducing services to end customers and will result in a reduction in Green House Gas Emissions 4 Document control number Honeywell Proprietary
  5. 5.  Energy-Efficient Building Controls • Building Management Systems • Building Controls Systems • Lighting Controls • Equipment Controllers • Sensors • Switches Enablers • Multi-brand and Channel Strategy • Unmatched Contractor Network and Reach • Extraordinary Technology Platforms 5 Document control number Honeywell Proprietary
  6. 6.  Boys Town: Efficiency and Energy Savings Goals • Integrate disparate HVAC control systems into a centralized facility management system • Begin process to integrate buildings into the facility management system • Improve efficiency • Reduce energy costs Results • Incorporates 62 WEBs controllers monitoring and/or controlling more than 60,000 points • The WEBs system is accessible anywhere authorized staff have the use of a computer with Internet access • Boys Town cut electrical energy costs by 35% and reduced kWH consumption 32% • The organization also cut gas costs by 13% and reduced gas consumption by 16% 6 Document control number Honeywell Proprietary
  7. 7.  Energy Related Products • Programmable Thermostats & zone controls • Dehumidification systems • CO2 Sensors for minimum air compensation • Efficient Gas Valves and controls • Hydronic water temperature compensation • 245FA Spray foam insulation for water heaters • Commercial Sub-Meters • Ultra clean gasoline & diesel through • Air flow modulation variable frequency drives hydrocracking processes • Economizers for outside air modulation • Efficient automotive turbochargers • Enterprise interconnectivity • Efficient air-craft Auxiliary Power Units • Efficient air filters and cleaners • R-410A non-ozone depleting refrigerant • Demand limit control solutions for small, medium, & large buildings 7 Document control number Honeywell Proprietary