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Rebuild Massachusetts and PHEEP Energy Information Services Project. Presentation to DCAM, EOEA, HUD January 4, 2006. Agenda. Overview Demonstration. Rebuild Massachusetts . Division of Energy Resources (DOER)

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rebuild massachusetts and pheep energy information services project

Rebuild Massachusetts and PHEEPEnergy Information Services Project

Presentation to DCAM, EOEA, HUD

January 4, 2006

agenda
Agenda
  • Overview
  • Demonstration
rebuild massachusetts
Rebuild Massachusetts
  • Division of Energy Resources (DOER)
  • Promotes energy & water efficiency in schools, municipalities, and public housing
  • Key strategies
    • Identify barriers and potential solutions
    • Demonstrate financial and technical feasibility of select solutions
    • Disseminate results
  • Funded by US DOE
rebuild massachusetts public housing energy efficiency project pheep
Rebuild Massachusetts Public Housing Energy Efficiency Project (PHEEP)
  • Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD)
  • Improves energy and water efficiency in state-assisted public housing, using:
    • Performance contracting
    • Utility DSM programs
    • Other resources
  • Funding from:
    • US DOE
    • MA EOEA
    • Investor-Owned Utilities
rebuild ma pheep eis project
Rebuild MA / PHEEPEIS project
  • Providing customized, web-based energy information services (EIS) to:
    • Eliminate the barriers that prevent public agencies (and other customers) from:
      • Gaining access to energy information
      • Making effective use of energy information
    • Enable those agencies to implement energy efficiency projectsand track savings and emission reductions
energy information the key to energy management
Energy information: the key to energy management
  • Public agencies need energy information to:
    • Benchmark usage and identify priority targets for efficiency investments
    • Develop baseline usage data
      • For performance contracting procurements
      • To measure results
    • Monitor and verify energy usage
      • Identify deviations from performance expectations for prompt response
    • Track utility expenses and generate financial reports and budgets
    • Develop emissions inventory and track and report emission reductions
barriers to obtaining and using energy information
Barriers to obtaining and using energy information
  • Utility bills are typically paid and then stored in file cabinets. The data is not available for use in energy management.
  • There is no readily available link between utility bills, building performance, and occupant energy and water use.
  • There is limited access to utility bills by the people responsible for energy management and building performance.
    • Building level
    • Agency level
    • Supervisory agency level
eis features
EIS features
  • Electronic download of utility data . . .
    • Can eliminate the need for manual data entry
    • Reduces cost and increases speed
  • Integration of utility billing and usage data with building and energy end-use information . . .
    • Connects utility bills to building performance
  • Point and click access . . .
    • Makes information easily accessible to users
  • Standard and custom reporting . . .
    • Delivers information in the form users need and can use
  • Automated report generation and distribution . . .
    • Allows easy, simultaneous sharing of energy information with all stakeholders in energy management, including:
      • Supervisory agencies
      • Executive administration
      • Accounting
      • Property management
      • Maintenance personnel
5 steps
5 steps
  • Collect data
    • Building data: address, s.f., # of units, end-uses
    • Usage data: electricity, gas, oil, water
  • Match data
    • Match building data to usage data
  • Analyze data
    • E.g., calculate usage and cost per: agency, development, building, s.f., unit, etc.
  • Report information
    • To all stakeholders: supervisory agencies, agency director, facility manager, maintenance, accounting
  • Update data
reports
Reports
  • Usage and cost per:
    • Agency, development, building, s.f., unit, bedroom
  • Comparisons
    • Over time
    • Between agencies, developments, buildings, units, etc.
  • Greenhouse gas emissions
  • Baseline usage for performance contracting
  • Monitoring and verification of performance contracting investments
  • Energy savings over time