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Energy Efficiency Rebates & Sustainable IT. Sustainable IT Meeting January 19, 2012 Joyce Dickerson, Sustainable IT. Energy Incentive Programs - External. Commercial Advantage Program Your business must receive electric service from the CPAU.

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Energy Efficiency Rebates & Sustainable IT

  • Sustainable IT Meeting
  • January 19, 2012
  • Joyce Dickerson, Sustainable IT
energy incentive programs external
Energy Incentive Programs - External
  • Commercial Advantage Program
  • Your business must receive electric service from the CPAU.
  • In order to receive a rebate, your application must be accepted before purchasing your equipment.
  • Each commercial customer is limited to a maximum rebate from the Commercial Advantage program of $100,000 per CPAU fiscal year (July 1 - June 30).
  • http://www.cityofpaloalto.org/news/displaynews.asp?NewsID=471&targetid=139
  • Customized Retrofit Program
  • You must be a PG&E customer.
  • You must submit a project application.
  • PG&E must inspect and approve the project prior to the removal of the existing equipment/systems and the installation of new equipment/systems.
  • PG&E finalizes the incentive amounts after completing project approval. The actual incentive amount may vary from the submitted amount.
  • http://www.pge.com/mybusiness/energysavingsrebates/rebatesincentives/ief/
energy incentive programs stanford
Energy Incentive Programs - Stanford

Energy Retrofit Program (ERP) Family

  • ERP Custom
  • You must be a Stanford Utilities customer.
  • You must submit a project application.
  • Stanford must inspect and approve the project prior to the removal of the existing equipment/systems and the installation of new equipment/systems.
  • IT Examples: Strip-curtains
  • ERP Express
  • Simplified version of ERP Custom
  • You must be a Stanford Utilities customer.
  • You must submit invoices and disposal documents
  • No pre/post measurement needed
  • IT Examples: Server virtualization, desktop virtualization, UPS replacement
  • ERP Capital
  • Capital Improvement Projects
  • Money received up front
  • Require Form 1
  • IT Examples: Server Room Energy Retrofit, Projects >$50,000

http://lbre.stanford.edu/sem/energy_retrofit_program

erp custom flow chart
ERP Custom - Flow Chart

ERP Custom Flowchart

erp project categories

Lighting examples

    • Group re lamping and re ballasting
    • Lighting fixture retrofit
    • Occupancy sensors
    • De lamping
ERP Project Categories
  • HVAC and Process loads examples
    • VFD and smart controls
    • CAV to VAV
    • Motors, economizers, OSA
    • Demand controlled ventilation
    • Data Center & Server Room air flow management
  • Plug loads and Sustainable IT
    • ERP Express for IT- server virtualization, UPS replacement, desktop virtualization
    • ERP Express for offices- smart strips, timers, power management
project 1 it services server virtualization
Project 1 – IT Services Server Virtualization

Project: Built virtual environment consisting of 6 servers. Removed 67 physical servers which were converted to virtual.

project 2 as server virtualization
Project 2 – AS Server Virtualization

Project: Built virtual environment consisting of 10 servers. Removed 33 physical servers which were converted to virtual.

Standard calcs were significantly less than calculated method

Most P2V expected this year – these numbers will grow

Infrastructure supports significantly more VMs then P2V

Not relevant since incomplete

project 3 gates server room in process
Project 3 – Gates Server Room (in process)
  • Project: Energy Retrofit of Gates Server Room
  • installing VFDs on 4 CRAH units
  • adding containment curtains & panels
  • adding HVAC controls
  • Will complete as first ERP Capital Project
project 4 servers for sponsored research in process
Project 4 – Servers for Sponsored Research (in process)

Project: Develop Incentive Funds to encourage Servers to be moved to most energy efficient space – Sponsored Research Only

project 5 ups for earth sciences
Project 5 – UPS for Earth Sciences

Project: Purchase New UPS for installation of Mass Spectrometer

  • Contractor spec’d Eaton
  • Main concern was space
  • Sustainable IT Suggested Mitsubishi
  • Mitsubishi DP 1100 was:
  • Smaller
  • More energy efficient
  • Lighter
  • Less Expensive
  • No ERP funds since efficient choice was lowest cost
project 6 ups for it services
Project 6 – UPS for IT Services

Project: Replace aging 500 KVA UPS with Energy Efficient 500 KVA model

project 6 ups for it services payback analysis
Project 6 – UPS for IT Services – Payback Analysis
  • Mitsubishi 9900B recommended
  • May be additional construction costs, but have $233,000 available for installation of $136,000 UPS
  • Price Quote from ProPower
  • Able to replace UPS without interrupting power to facility
rebate incentive programs
Rebate & Incentive Programs

Sustainableit.stanford.edu

Joyce Dickerson -- [email protected]

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Updated Sustainable IT Website

Sustainableit.stanford.edu

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