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Water Services Training Group. 13 th Annual Conference 10 th September 2009. Energy Efficiency Benchmarking. Jim McGuire Senior Engineer North Tipperary County Council. Acknowledgements:. WRC , Swindon Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government Eoin ODonoghue, NTCC

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water services training group

Water Services Training Group

13th Annual Conference

10th September 2009

energy efficiency benchmarking

Energy Efficiency Benchmarking

Jim McGuire

Senior Engineer

North Tipperary County Council

acknowledgements
Acknowledgements:
  • WRC , Swindon
  • Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government
  • Eoin ODonoghue, NTCC
  • Tipperary Energy Agency
energy why worry
Energy: Why Worry?
  • Reducing availability
  • Peripherality
  • Climate Change
  • Energy costs
policy drivers
Policy Drivers
  • Kyoto Accord
  • EU Targets
    • 20% reduction CO2 emissions by 2020
  • Irish National targets
    • 33% energy reduction in public sector by 2020
project objectives
PROJECT OBJECTIVES:
  • Energy: how much are we using, where are we using it and how do we compare with each other?
  • What is the benchmark for energy efficient treatment?
  • What can be reasonably achieved in terms of further efficiencies on a site-specific basis?

Meeting the Challenges of the Changed Economic Environment Annual Conference September 2009

project partners
Project Partners

Meeting the Challenges of the Changed Economic Environment Annual Conference September 2009

project phases
Project Phases:
  • Phase 1 - Development
    • Develop benchmarking programme
    • Develop Software
  • Phase 2 – Implementation at pilot scale
  • Phase 3 – Roll-out to other works
project development
Project Development
  • Benchmarking best practice review
  • Develop energy performance indicators:
    • Water treatment
    • Wastewater treatment
    • Sludge treatment and odour control
  • Establish measurements & measurement frequency
  • Develop software
steps to build a new site
Steps to build a new site
  • Gain access to web-based software
  • Build the schematic
  • Enter static data
  • Upload time series data
  • Batch run
  • Display reports
software
Software

Model Building

and Outputs

data input time series data
Data input (time series data)

Fill in excel

Sheet

Upload data onto site

View loaded data

waste water new meters
Waste Water: New Meters
  • Electrical Sub-meters

Inlet works

Rotors O.D No. 1

Rotors O.D No. 2

WAS pumps

RAS Pumps

Dewatering

  • Flow Meters:

WAS

water coolbawn new meters
Water: Coolbawn New Meters
  • Electrical Sub-Meters
      • Raw water abstraction pumps
      • Back wash pumps and blowers
      • Dewatering
      • Finished water high lift pumps
benchmarking software output
Benchmarking Software output
  • Routine reports
  • Graphs
  • Detailed reports
  • Comparison reports within company
  • Comparison reports between companies
software output water
Software output (Water)
  • Routine report (table) for each process and whole works
  • Energy performance indicators
    • Actual/Theoretical EPI (kWh/Ml)
    • Actual/Theoretical EPI (kWh/Ml/m) (Pumps)
routine reports wastewater
Routine reports (Wastewater)

Wider range of Energy Performance Indicators (EPI) for Wastewater

  • Actual/Theoretical EPI (kWh/Ml)
  • Actual/Theoretical EPI aeration efficiency (Activated Sludge)
  • Actual/Theoretical EPI (kWh/kgBOD) (Activated Sludge)
  • Actual/Theoretical EPI (kWh/kgNH3-N) (Activated Sludge)
  • Actual/Theoretical EPI (kWh/Ml/m)

(Pumps)

water high lift pump coolbawn
Water: High Lift Pump Coolbawn
  • Comparison with other sites:
  • Energy Performance Indicator: KWH/ML/M
water abstraction pump coolbawn
Water: Abstraction Pump Coolbawn
  • Comparison with other sites
  • Energy Performance Indicator: kWh/Ml/m
wastewater pumping nenagh
Wastewater Pumping: Nenagh

Comparison with other sites

Energy Performance Indicator kWh/1000m3/m

waste water activated sludge
Waste Water: Activated Sludge

Comparison with other sites EPI is kWh/1000m3

waste water activated sludge30
Waste Water: Activated Sludge

Comparison with other sites EPI is kWh/kgBOD

other features of project website
Other Features of Project Website
  • Best Practice Area
    • Updates of Software Users Guide
    • Report on EPI
    • Report on Measurement
    • Report on Sub-metering
    • Reports on Innovation
  • Discussion Area
conclusions
Conclusions
  • Software allows
    • International comparison of processes
    • Within company comparisons
    • Best Practice Area
    • Discussion Area
  • Possible Improvements
    • More participation
    • Greater time frame flexibility
    • Focus on high energy processes
final word
FINAL WORD

MANAGING ENERGY CONSUMPTION

RESULTS IN

VALUE FOR MONEY