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CCFC Conference November 5, 2013. Proposition 39 The California Clean Energy Jobs Act. Leveraging the CCC Sustainability Template for Project Implementation. Frederick E. Harris, Assistant Vice Chancellor California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office Matt Sullivan, PE, Principal

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Leveraging the ccc sustainability template for project implementation

CCFC Conference

November 5, 2013

Proposition 39

The California Clean Energy Jobs Act

Leveraging the CCC Sustainability Template forProject Implementation

Frederick E. Harris, Assistant Vice Chancellor

California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office

Matt Sullivan, PE, Principal

Newcomb | Anderson | McCormick


Proposition 39
Proposition 39

  • Adopted by the voters in November 2012 to close corporate tax loopholes and will provide roughly $550 million annually to K-12 and CCC’s for Energy Projects for five years

  • CCC’s will allocate $40 million for FY 2013-2014 distributed on an FTES basis to all CCC Districts for energy efficiency and renewable generation projects

  • The Chancellor’s Office will use $6 million of Proposition 39 annual funds to support energy efficiency and clean energy related workforce training in the California Community Colleges.


Sustainability template
Sustainability Template

What is it?

  • A collaboration between the CCC Chancellor’s Office, Citrus College and Newcomb Anderson McCormick, funded by a California Energy Commission grant

  • Provides a “roadmap” and “toolkit” to help guide the California Community Colleges to a more Sustainable future

  • Create a “Sustainability Template” that is designed with enough flexibility to be utilized at Community Colleges throughout the state

  • Address energy, transportation, solid waste/recycling, water issues, green purchasing, green curriculum, and provide recommendations for Climate Action Planning.


Sustainability template three parts
Sustainability Template: Three Parts

  • Describes the start to finish implementation process

  • Includes a menu of sustainability projects

  • Identifies resources available

Sustainability Action Plan Document Template

Sustainability Planning Guidebook

Implementation Planning Checklist

  • Used to select and track Sustainability Projects

  • Matches the projects described in the Sustainability Guidebook

  • Used to create the customized Campus Sustainability Plan

  • Contains template language and fill-in-the-blanks


Sustainability plan guidebook
Sustainability Plan Guidebook

Sustainability Projects Menu

  • Management and Organizational Structure

  • Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy, and Efficient Design and Operation of Campus Facilities

  • Transportation and Commuting Alternatives

  • Water, Wastewater, and Sustainable Landscaping

  • Waste Reduction, Re-use, Recycling, and Composting

  • Green Purchasing

  • Opportunities for Green Curriculum Development

  • A recommended framework, tools, and approach for Climate Action Plans

  • Use as a planning and implementation resource!


The sustainability template and proposition 39
The Sustainability Template and Proposition 39

  • The CCC Prop 39 Guidelines incorporate several “excerpts” of the Template, including:

    • Section 6 The Economics of Sustainability

    • Section 7.2 Energy Efficiency

    • Section 7.3 Facilities Operation

    • Section 7.4 Sustainable Building Practices

    • Section 7.5 On-Site and Renewable Generation


The sustainability template and proposition 391
The Sustainability Template and Proposition 39

Section 6 – Economics of Sustainability

  • Project Economics

  • Estimating Costs

  • “The Cost of Doing Nothing”

  • The Cost of “Going Green”

  • Life-Cycle Cost Analysis Tools

  • Funding Resources

  • Effects Difficult to Quantify

  • Risk Management and Mitigation


The sustainability template and proposition 392
The Sustainability Template and Proposition 39

Section 7.2 – Energy Efficiency

  • Set Efficiency Goals

  • Facility Prioritization Survey

  • Conduct Comprehensive Facility Audits

  • Energy Metering and Monitoring

  • Demand Response

  • Install Efficient Equipment


The Sustainability Template and Proposition 39

Section 7 .3 – Facilities Operation

  • Staff Training

  • Install Energy Management Systems (EMS)

  • Adjust Temperature Set Pointsand Operating Times

  • Optimize Building Scheduling

  • MBCx and RCx (metering)


The sustainability template and proposition 393
The Sustainability Template and Proposition 39

Section 7.4 Sustainable BuildingPractices

  • Establish a Green Building Standard

  • Sustainable Design Practices

  • Integrated Systems Approach

  • Hire Sustainable Design Professionals

  • Commission New Buildings

  • MBCx and RCx (metering)


The sustainability template and proposition 394
The Sustainability Template and Proposition 39

Section 7.5 On-Site and Renewable Generation

  • Renewable Energy

    • Solar PVSolar Thermal

    • Wind

  • Clean Self-Generation

    • Cogeneration

    • Biomass/Biogas

    • Fuel Cells

  • Load Shifting Technologies


The sustainability template and proposition 395
The Sustainability Template and Proposition 39

What have Districts done?


Sustainable SMCCD

Leveraging the Sustainability Template to Highlight Opportunities for

Proposition 39


Overview
Overview

Background

SMCCCD’s Sustainability Connections

Campus Plans – Facilities Oriented Sustainability Goals

Leveraging Proposition 39

Q&A




Sustainability connections
Sustainability Connections

  • Sustainability Goals Align with the following Board of Trustees Goals:

    • Goal 1 Maintain fiscal stability

    • Goal 2 Core mission of providing transfer education and workforce training to as many students as possible.

    • Goal 4 Continue efforts to build energy efficient infrastructure and facilities

    • Goal 6 Increase access to learning opportunities and increase flexibility to achieve student success and institutional effectiveness.

    • Goal 7 …assure that educational needs of the community are met and to identify skills gaps and emerging job opportunities that require postsecondary training programs.

    • Goal 8 Continue to develop efficient, financially feasible and collaborative strategies to ensure that faculty and staff are kept current with the pedagogy, technology and other activities that are critical to student success and organizational excellence.

    • Goal 10 Broaden global perspective and enrich our cultural and educational diversity by fostering institutional relationships abroad…

    • Goal 12 Build strong relationships with local cities and other school districts.



Background sustainability planning
Background: Sustainability Planning

Adoption of Sustainability Template

Creation of Campus level sustainability teams

Define Sustainability Goals

Refine and Adjust template for Campus fit

Create Criteria, Metrics, and Action Items

Establish Baselines and Timelines

Engage the Campus Community






Leverage point proposition 39
Leverage Point: Proposition 39

  • Year 1: Cañada College Solar Photovoltaic ~1MW

  • Year 1 : Cañada College LED Roadway & Parking Lot Lights

  • Year 1 College of San Mateo LED Roadway & Parking Lot Lights

  • Year 2: District Wide LED Retrofit - Interior and Pedestrian Lights

  • Year 3: District Wide MBCx

  • Year 3: District Wide HVAC Set points and Upgrades

  • Year 4: College of San Mateo Combined Heat and Power

  • Year 4: Skyline College Combined Heat and Power

  • Year 5: Math and Science Building Modernization



Thank You!

Matt Sullivan

Newcomb Anderson McCormick(415) [email protected]

Fred Harris

California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office

[email protected]

Karen D. Powell

Director, Facilities Management and Operations

San Mateo County Community College District

650-358-6808

[email protected]

www.smccd.edu/facilities


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