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5.4_U.S. Green Building Council_Franks_EPRI/SNL Microgrid

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Presentation from the EPRI-Sandia Symposium on Secure and Resilient Microgrids: U.S. Building Council, presented by Ryan Franks, Baltimore, MD, August 29-31, 2016.

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5.4_U.S. Green Building Council_Franks_EPRI/SNL Microgrid

  1. 1. Performance Excellence in Electricity Renewal™
  2. 2. PEER Snapshot § Through LEED, USGBC created a common language, standard, and framework for advancing knowledge, technology and innovation in sustainable buildings § Modeled after LEED, PEER is the driving force behind the vision to transform the way power systems are designed, operated and evaluated. Performance Excellence in Electricity Renewal TM
  3. 3. PEER Snapshot § A rating system modeled after LEED § Leverages smart technology § Is customizable to geographies & projects § Enables stakeholders to assess, design, manage & evaluate power generation, transmission & delivery A remarkable resource for the smart grid movement
  4. 4. PEER is a dynamic, adaptive 
 rating process designed to 
 measure and improve 
 sustainable power 
 system performance
  5. 5. 4 CRITICAL CATEGORIES & 68 PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
  6. 6. Energy Efficiency: § SEI (Source Energy Intensity) § CO2 § NOX § SO2 § Water, Waste Key Metrics Operational Effectiveness: § Load Duration Curve § SEE (System Energy Efficiency) § Demand Response Capability § Value
  7. 7. Reliability and Resiliency: § SAIDI § SAIFI § Availability § Damage Exposure/Prevention § Alternate Source of Supply § Distribution Redundancy and Automation § Islanding Key Metrics Customer Contribution: § AMI § HEMS/EMS § Local Renewable § Local Clean Power § Local Demand Response
  8. 8. Leveraging PEER § Identify system shortcoming & risks § Establish benchmarks § Prioritize system upgrades § Develop trending strategies § Eliminate waste, better utilize resources Create a business case, funding strategy or implementation plan
  9. 9. Leveraging PEER § Improve environmental performance § Evaluate islanding & resiliency capabilities § Create a plan for improving reliability § Gain third party validation that project goals were achieved Create a business case, funding strategy or implementation plan
  10. 10. PEER CERTIFICATION NO PEER certification stage/phase of project EXISTING PROJECT Ready for certification? IMPROVEMENT YES DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT Continuous improvement *This process applies to all PEER project types: city, campus & supply
  11. 11. PEER Screening Outcomes § Ultimately, an in-depth analysis of a project’s PEER certification readiness (i.e.. sustainability assessment) § Benchmarking of reliability and environmental performance § Identify opportunities for improvement § Quantify the current project value and remaining gap to make and build a business case for investment § Build a microgrid model that leverages distributed resources for cost reduction, islanding, resiliency, and grid service (Microgrid 8760 Analysis)
  12. 12. PEER Participation § PEER Screening Tool § PEER Improvement Toolkit § PEER Application Workbooks § PEER Coach § PEER Certification and Re-certification Register your project
  13. 13. PEER Participation § Application workbooks § Improvement plan framework § Energy efficiency & environmental guide § Power quality guide § Failure modes & effects analysis builder § Reliability simulator Improvement Toolkit
  14. 14. Contact: Ryan Franks rfranks@usgbc.org

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