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Energy Efficiency Programs and Services. Tom Hannon Energy Efficiency Representative Bonneville Power Administration. Energy Summit Repowering Montana Schools Helena, Montana January 14/15, 2009. How do we do efficiency?.

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Energy efficiency programs and services

Energy Efficiency Programs and Services

Tom Hannon

Energy Efficiency Representative

Bonneville Power Administration

Energy Summit

Repowering Montana Schools

Helena, Montana

January 14/15, 2009


How do we do efficiency

How do we do efficiency?

  • A key element of our Mission at BPA is to foster and promote Energy Efficiency in the Pacific Northwest.

  • Through our rates, we support and invest in a range of:

    • programs

    • technical services

    • informational resources and

    • education and training

  • that encourage the use of energy efficient technologies.

  • Many of these programs incorporate incentives that offset some of the incremental costs associated with more efficient products.

  • These programs are offered and implemented by our UTILITY CUSTOMERS.


Our customers

Our Customers

  • Flathead Electric Cooperative – Kalispell

  • Glacier Electric Cooperative – Cut Bank

  • Lincoln Electric Cooperative – Eureka

  • Mission Valley Power – Pablo

  • Missoula Electric Cooperative – Missoula

  • Ravalli Electric Cooperative – Corvallis

  • Vigilante Electric Cooperative – Dillon

  • City of Troy


What do you want to know

What do you want to know?

  • Programs in every sector

  • Incentive levels vary by sector

  • Technical consultation services available in all sectors

  • Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance resources

  • Other Available Resources


Schools

Schools

  • Programs available for:

    • New construction

    • Renovation or remodels

    • System or equipment replacement

  • If it uses electricity and there is a more efficient option, there is probably a program and incentive or rebate for it.

  • You may never know if you don’t ask!


Measures for schools just a sampling

Measures for Schools(just a sampling)

  • Audits/Energy Reviews

  • Building commissioning and retro-commissioning

  • Building operator training and certification (NEEA)

  • Technical and design assistance (NEEA, BPA)

  • Lighting Systems

  • Appliances and refrigeration

  • Computers and network computer softwares


More measures

More Measures

  • Hot water systems

  • Heat pumps

  • Solar water heating

  • Building Envelope Measures

  • Windows

  • Use of Daylighting

  • Heating Ventilating and Air Conditioning

    • Lots of opportunities

  • Energy Management Systems


Energy efficiency programs and services

More?

  • Compressors

  • Motors

  • Pumps and fans

  • Reader Boards

  • Server Rooms


What are the rebates

What are the Rebates?

  • Rebates vary:

    • Posted Price: a specified incentive for selected measures. A twist CFL gets $2.50 everywhere

    • New Construction: 27 cents per kWh saved not to exceed 70 % of the project incremental cost

    • Retrofit: 20 cents per kWh saved not to exceed 70% of the project incremental cost

  • Your utility representative can assist you


How does my district participate

How does my district participate?

  • Contact your local Utility Conservation Department

    • BPA is a Federal Agency—we have rules

    • Describe your project or need

    • The utility will know the next steps

  • Most school projects are Custom Projects and require a Proposal

    • More rules

  • Custom Proposals require an audit or energy study

    • Consultant services are available

    • Cost share may apply

  • Measurement and Verification Plans are required


Other resources

Other Resources

  • BETTERBRICKS Program-NEEA

    • www.betterbricks.com

    • Must visit site

    • Tremendous resources for schools

  • Montana Department of Environmental Quality

    • www.deq.state.mt.us

  • Bonneville Power Administration

    • www.bpa.gov/Energy/N/


Other resources1

Other Resources

  • Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

    • www.eere.energy.gov

  • Alliance to Save Energy

    • www.ase.org

  • Energy Star

    • www.energstar.gov

  • Lighting Design Lab and Integrated Design Labs

    • www.lightingdesignlab.com


Utility contacts

Utility Contacts

  • Flathead Electric

    • Ross Holter 406-751-4433

    • [email protected]

  • Glacier Electric

    • Virginia Harman 406-873-5566

    • [email protected]

  • Lincoln Electric

    • Tim Engleson 406-889-3301

    • [email protected]

  • Mission Valley Power

    • Lyle Neiss 406-883-7910

    • [email protected]


Utility contacts1

Utility Contacts

  • Missoula Electric

    • Lorraine Best 406-541-4433

    • [email protected]

  • Ravalli Electric

    • Jim Maunder 406-961-3001

    • [email protected]

  • Vigilante Electric

    • Rod Siring 406-683-2327

    • [email protected]

  • City of Troy

    • Clint Taylor 406-295-4540

    • [email protected]


Questions

Questions?

Thank You

Tom Hannon

BPA

509-625-1360

[email protected]

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