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[Presenter Name] Leverage ENERGY STAR® to Achieve High Performing Buildings Today’s Agenda Overview of the ENERGY STAR Buildings Program The EPA energy performance rating system & Portfolio Manager Tools and resources to support building energy performance improvement

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today s agenda
Today’s Agenda
  • Overview of the ENERGY STAR Buildings Program
  • The EPA energy performance rating system & Portfolio Manager
  • Tools and resources to support building energy performance improvement
  • Marketing and communications resources
  • ENERGY STAR recognition opportunities
energy star is
ENERGY STAR is …

Voluntary public-private partnership

Save money

Protect the environment

Energy efficient products and practices

Recognized by 70% of Americans

Also recognized abroad:

Australia, Canada, European Union,

Japan, New Zealand, & Taiwan

energy star accomplishments
ENERGY STAR Accomplishments

Utility Bill Savings ($ Billions)

Emission Savings (Vehicle equivalents in millions)

energy is the largest operating expense
Energy is the Largest Operating Expense

* Data based on 2007 BOMA Experience Exchange Report

$14.93 NOI/sf & $2.26 Utility cost/sf

proven energy management strategy
Proven Energy Management Strategy

Used to:

  • Assess current energy performance
  • Set reduction goals
  • Track savings over time
  • Reward improvements
standardized metric
Standardized Metric

Until recently, a standardized,

comparable metric of whole building

energy performance did not exist

EPA introduced the

Energy Performance Rating System

in 1999 to meet this need

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is your building performing well
Is 18 MPG high or low for an automobile?

Is 80 kBtu/SF/YR high or low for a building?

Is Your Building Performing Well?

Energy Performance

EPA Benchmarking

Fuel Efficiency

MPG

eligible space types
Eligible Space Types

Houses of Worship

K-12 Schools

Office Buildings

Bank/Financial

Institutions

Dormitories

Medical Offices

Hospitals

Retail Stores

Warehouses

Hotels

Supermarkets

Courthouses

Wastewater Treatment Plants

data you ll need to collect
Data You’ll Need to Collect

General

Address

Year built

Energy Consumption

12 consecutive months for each source (electric, gas, etc.)

Space Type Data

Square Footage

Occupancy

Number of PCs

Hours of operation

% Heated and Cooled

energy performance rating is a comparative metric

Best investment opportunities are in lower quartiles - greatest potential for improvement

RCx & O&M improvements yield savings and label candidates

High scoring buildings provide lessons learned and label candidates

Reward & Learn

Invest & Tune

Tune

Invest

100

1

25

50

75

Energy Performance Rating

Energy Performance Rating is a Comparative Metric
top benefits of energy benchmarking
Top Benefits of Energy Benchmarking
  • Establish a baseline energy performance rating for each property
  • Set goals
  • Measure and verify improvements – financial and environmental
  • Prioritize investments
  • Identify lessons learned and apply across portfolio
  • Earn the ENERGY STAR
  • Earn recognition from BOMA and others for environmental and operational excellence
building upgrade manual
Building Upgrade Manual
  • Detailed information on:
    • Retrocommissioning
    • Lighting upgrades
    • Heating & cooling upgrades
    • Fan system upgrades
    • Efficient office equipment
    • Building envelope improvements
make the case for efficiency investment
Make the Case for Efficiency Investment
  • Visit www.energystar.gov/buildings
    • Click Tools & Resources Library
    • Look under Financial Evaluation
energy star trainings
ENERGY STAR Trainings
  • ENERGY STAR offers free training Webinars led by industry experts:
    • Rating Energy Performance with Portfolio Manager
    • Best Practices to Improve Energy Performance
    • Introduction to the Cash Flow Opportunity Calculator
    • Purchasing and Procuring Efficient Equipment

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Calendar of all ENERGY STAR trainings

www.energystar.gov/buildings

Quick Finder link for Training

energy star challenge
National call to action for building owners and operators

Set at least 10% reduction goal

Benchmark and take action to improve

Meeting this goal would

Save $20 billion a year

Reduce GHG emissions the same amount as taking 30 millionvehicles off the road

www.energystar.gov/challenge

ENERGY STAR Challenge
challenge marketing toolkit

Web Banners

Informational Resources

Co- Brandable Marketing Materials

Challenge Marketing Toolkit
apply for the energy star
Apply for the ENERGY STAR

Energy

Performance

Rating 75 to 100

Create and Submit

Building Profile

Obtain

Professional

Engineer Verification

Submit SEP

& Application

energy star buildings a market differentiator
ENERGY STAR Buildings –A Market Differentiator

Commercial Real Estate properties that earn the ENERGY STAR label:

  • Save $.50 sq/ft (on average)
  • Consume 35% less energy

AND

  • Savings persist over time
  • Occupancy/tenant retention is higher
  • Savings leveraged into higher asset value upon disposition

Kats & Perlman, 2006

energy star leaders
ENERGY STAR Leaders
  • Superior energy management is a leading indicator of overall organizational management
  • ENERGY STAR Leaders recognizes partners that demonstrate superior energy management through organization-wide continuous improvement:
    • Reduce normalized energy use by 10%, 20%, 30% (or more)

AND/OR

    • Achieve a portfolio-wide rating of 75 or higher
partner of the year
Partner of the Year

ENERGY STAR Annual Awards Ceremony

Organizations are recognized for outstanding performance in reducing energy consumption