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The Water-Energy-Greenhouse Gas Connection. Gary Klein Affiliated International Management and GreenPlumbers USA Email: [email protected] A Birdseye View… December 13, 2007, 1 PM. Courtesy of: Lana Armstrong Waterfront Sportsman Dale Swiggett Bob Epting Photographs by: Eric Schneider.

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TheWater-Energy-Greenhouse Gas Connection

Gary KleinAffiliated International Management andGreenPlumbers USA

Email: [email protected]


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A Birdseye View…December 13, 2007, 1 PM

Courtesy of:

  • Lana Armstrong

  • Waterfront Sportsman

  • Dale Swiggett

  • Bob Epting

    Photographs by:

  • Eric Schneider


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Falls Lake

Water level down approximately 20 feet


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Jordan Lake

Water level down approximately 10 feet


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Wastewater Treatment

These are source of water running in the “rivers” shown entering Falls Lake and Jordan Lake


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Shearon Harris Nuclear Power Plant

Evaporates approximately ½ gallon of potentially potable water per kWh to produce electricity



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Water Use Cycle Boundary

Source

Water

Distribution

Supply & Conveyance

Water Treatment

[100-16,000]

[700-1,200]

[0-16,000]

End-use

Agricultural

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Recycled Water Distribution

Recycled Water Treatment

[400-1,200]

Wastewater Treatment

Wastewater Collection

Discharge

[0-400]

[1,100-4,600]

Source

Water Use Cycle Energy Intensities(kWh/MG)

Typical Range = 2,000 to 20,000 kWh/MG

Source: California Energy Commission, 2005 Integrated Energy Policy Report


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Water-Related Energy Use-CA 2001

CO2 e (Million Metric Tons) 56 50

Approximately 25% of the nation’s stationary energy use goes to water in some form.

Source: California Energy Commission, 2005 Integrated Energy Policy Report


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California’s Water Supply Systems

Lester Snow, California Department of Water Resources


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Northern

Southern

California

California

kWh/MG

kWh/MG

Supply & Conveyance

150

8,900

Water Treatment

100

100

Distribution

1,200

1,200

Wastewater Treatment

2,500

2,500

Regional Total

3,950

12,700

Regional Differences

Source: California Energy Commission, 2005 Integrated Energy Policy Report

What is the Water-Energy Relationship where you live or work?


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California’s Energy Efficiency Programs’ Resource Value Compared to a Potential Water Use Efficiency (WUE) Program

How do your energy efficiency programs compare to the potential energy savings due to water use efficiency?


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Water-Energy Relationship: Compared to a Potential Water Use Efficiency (WUE) ProgramSynergies

  • End-User Water and Energy Conservation

    • Saving water can save energy

    • Saving energy can save water

  • Improve Price Signals

    • Time of use water rates and meters

    • Time of use electric rates and meters

  • Water and Wastewater Utility Operational Efficiency

    • Increasing water and wastewater system efficiency reduces energy in the water use cycle

  • Water Storage

    • Increased water storage and more flexible water storage shifts peak energy requirements

    • Pumped storage increases peak electric generation and improves electric system efficiency

  • Renewable Generation by Water and Wastewater Utilities

    • Increase generation from in-conduit hydro and biogas. Add generation from solar and wind.

    • Assist in meeting California’s renewable generation goals

If we did all this,

what would be the combined impact on GHG emissions?


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USA Compared to a Potential Water Use Efficiency (WUE) Program

Climate Care

Caring For Our Water

Solar Hot Water

Water Efficient Technology

Introducing the Future of Plumbing…


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USA Compared to a Potential Water Use Efficiency (WUE) Program

  • The Re-Training and Accreditation of Plumbers

  • GreenPlumbers® training programs are designed to assist plumbers in understanding their role in relation to Environmental & Public Health, and to provide their customers with up to date information and advise on:

    • Latest technology and energy saving appliances

    • Practical appliances & installation knowledge

    • Environmental impacts of plumbing services, appliances and household practices

    • Rebates, incentive programs, and consumer information

    • Energy/water/cost savings (short term and long term cost comparisons and environmental benefits)


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USA Compared to a Potential Water Use Efficiency (WUE) Program

  • 5 Course GreenPlumbers® AccreditationProgram

  • Climate Care

  • Caring for Our Water

  • Solar Hot Water

  • Water Efficient Technology

  • Inspection Report Service


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Do You Know: Compared to a Potential Water Use Efficiency (WUE) Program

  • Anyone who waits a long time to get hot water somewhere in their house? At their job? In their favorite restaurant?

  • Any communities that have building or appliance energy standards or incentive programs? Green building programs?

  • Someone who has ever run out of hot water?

  • Any health inspectors who are enforcing compliance with hot water requirements in kitchens and restrooms?

  • Someone who is thinking about charging their kids for each shower they take?

  • Anyone who is tired of adjusting their lifestyle to the performance of their water heating system?

  • Any communities that have a “you can’t build unless you can guarantee a long term supply of water” ordinance?

  • Anyone who wants instantaneous hot water?

  • Someone who thinks that a tankless water heater is instantaneous?

  • Anyone who would like to learn how to get hot water to every fixture wasting no more than 1 cup waiting for the hot water to arrive?


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A Toilet That Needs to be Retired Compared to a Potential Water Use Efficiency (WUE) Program…


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A Better Bathroom Compared to a Potential Water Use Efficiency (WUE) Program…

Shower: 2.0 gpmFaucet: 1.0 gpmToilet: 1.28 gallons per flush


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The Challenge Compared to a Potential Water Use Efficiency (WUE) Program

Deliver hot water

to every fitting or appliance

wasting no more energy

than we currently waste and

wasting no more than 1 cup

waiting for the hot water to arrive.


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Pump, Controls and Thermo-sensor under sink in hot water location furthest from the water heater.

Twig

@

Trunk

Hot Water Piping

½ inch

Water Heater

¾ inch

@

@

Hot

Wide Radius Elbows

Locate activation mechanisms in hot water locations - @

Structured Plumbing LayoutUsing the Cold Water Trunk Line as the Return

www.gothotwater.com


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Pump, Controls and Thermo-sensor (in one of these two locations)

Return

(¾ inch minimum)

Twig

@

Trunk

Hot Water Piping

½ inch

Water Heater

¾ inch

@

@

Hot

Wide Radius Elbows

Locate activation mechanisms in hot water locations - @

Structured Plumbing LayoutUsing a Dedicated Return Line

www.gothotwater.com


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USA locations)

Complete Culture Change For Plumbers

It’s not an option – It’s a necessity

GreenPlumbersUSA GOAL:

To Retrain 15,000 plumbers in California

and 40,000 in the United States

NATIONAL SCOPE:

A Green Army of55,000 Plumbers

Saving Water in 165,000 Houses Per Day

= 33 Million Houses Per Year


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USA locations)

GreenPlumbers® and

Water Agencies and Utilities

A Natural Partnership

Now Seeking Sponsorships for Ongoing Workshops

Contact:

Megan Lehtonen

1-888-929-6207

[email protected]


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Climate Change locations)

The World’s Largest Experiment

Do you want to bet on the outcome?

Would you like to buy some insurance?


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The locations)

20300Challenge

Ed Mazria, Inc.

www.2030challenge.org


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Is There Still Time to Avoid locations)

‘Dangerous Anthropogenic Interference’ with Global Climate?

Dr. James E. Hansen

Director, NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies

December 6, 2005


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Dr. James E. Hansen, continued locations)

  • “Warming of more than 10C above today’s level will make the Earth warmer than it has been in a million years”.

  • “Business-as-usual, with fossil fuel CO2 emissions continuing to increase will mean an additional warming of 20C to 30C this century and will make the Earth a different planet.”

  • “At 20C to 30C the new equilibrium sea level is approximately 25 meters (80 feet) higher than today. Real world data suggest sea level changes in centuries rather than millennia.”

  • “Action must be prompt, otherwise CO2- producing infrastructure will be built within a decade that will make it impractical to keep further warming under 10C”.

  • “I refer especially to the large number of coal-fired power plants that China, the U.S. and India are planning to build…”


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Wilmington locations)

Myrtle Beach

Charleston

Mt. Pleasant

Hilton Head

Savannah


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Wilmington locations)

Myrtle Beach

Charleston

Mt. Pleasant

Hilton Head

Sea Level +1M

Savannah


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Wilmington locations)

Myrtle Beach

Charleston

Mt. Pleasant

Hilton Head

Sea Level +6M

Savannah


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Adopt these Targets locations)

  • All new buildings, developments and major renovations meet a fossil fuel energy-consumption performance standard of 50% of the regional (or country) average for that building type.

  • That at a minimum an equal amount of existing building area be renovated annually to use 50% of the fossil fuel energy they currently consume.

  • Increase Fossil Fuel Reduction Standard to:

    • 2010 – 60%

    • 2015 – 70%

    • 2020 – 80%

    • 2025 – 90%

      Goal is to be Carbon Neutral by 2030

      No Fossil Fuel to Operate our Buildings


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Global Emergency locations)

Teach - In

“THE 2010 IMPERATIVE”

www.the2010imperative.org

Teach-In was held February 20, 2007


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Resources locations)

California Energy Commission

www.energy.ca.gov

2005 Integrated Energy Policy Report,

Chapter 8 Integrating Water and Energy Strategies

http://www.energy.ca.gov/2005publications/CEC-100-2005-007/CEC-100-2005-007-CMF.PDF

California’s Water-Energy Relationship-Final Staff Report

http://www.energy.ca.gov/2005publications/CEC-700-2005-011/CEC-700-2005-011-SF.PDF


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Resources locations)

California Public Utilities Commission

www.cpuc.ca.gov

  • Water Action Plan http://www.cpuc.ca.gov/static/hottopics/3water/water_action_plan_final_12_27_05.pdf

  • Joint Agency Symposium: “The Regulatory Challenge Linking Water and Energy” March 28, 2006. http://energy.ca.gov/process/water/2006-03-28_symposium/index.html

  • Water-Energy Partnership

  • CPUC Rulemaking 06-04-010 on Energy Efficiency –Proceedings

    http://www.cpuc.ca.gov/Published/proceedings/R0604010.htm


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