Mr. Krefft and Mr. Page. Energy Managers. What do Energy Managers do?. Maintain Comfort by: … Monitoring operational efficiency of equipment Eliminate Energy Waste by: … Tracking & analyzing energy consumption Save Dollars by: …Minimizing unnecessary utility consumption.
Maintain Comfort by:
… Monitoring operational efficiency of equipment
Eliminate Energy Waste by:
… Tracking & analyzing energy consumption
Save Dollars by:
…Minimizing unnecessary utility consumption
In most places, average temperatures are rising. Scientists have observed a warming trend beginning around the late 1800s. The most rapid warming has occurred in recent decades. Many believe this rapid change is due to human activities.
reliance on non-renewable,
The cost of utilities (water, electricity and natural gas) is expensive and rising. The cost of electricity typically rises at a rate of approximately 6% every year! Over the last year, it has been closer to 15%!
How much does the VRMS spend on utilities (water, natural gas, electricity) in just one year?
$155,549.04 Scientists have observed a warming trend beginning around the late 1800s.
That’s a lot!
What about the entire district in one year?
$4,610,084.52 Scientists have observed a warming trend beginning around the late 1800s.
If we did nothing at all, that amount,
$155, 549.04, would increase by $9,333.00 per
Year at VRMS alone!
That equates to an average of $778.00 every
At the District level, the $4,610,084.52 total would increase by $276,605.00!
That would be over $23,000 per month!
Just to use the same amount you used last year!
The first step in reducing carbon footprint and saving money…
-Turn off all unnecessary electricity using devices
-Reduce VAMPIRE energy
-The average U.S. household spends $100 per year to power devices while they are off or in standby. In U.S. alone, it accounts for over 100 billion kWh and over $10 billion in annual energy costs!
-Understand “peak hours” 12 - 6
-Don’t let water run unnecessarily (state of emergency)
-Understand watering hours (2103 driest year on record)
Solar for the district would be upwards of $10 - $15 million dollars to produce approximately 20% of consumption.
This means we would be paying for solar AND still paying SoCal Edison!
A solar project will be viable only when conservation and efficiency measures are effective and sustainable and the “right deal” is available.
THANK YOU same as adding solar to about 60 homes!