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Net Zero Energy Plan for MCLB Albany, GA. Frederick R. Broome, Jr., P.E. Director, Installation & Environment Division

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Net Zero Energy Plan for

MCLB Albany, GA

Frederick R. Broome, Jr., P.E.

Director, Installation & Environment Division

On behalf of the MCLBA Energy Team of Hubert “Ski” Smigelski, Lt. Cmdr. Jeff Benjamin, CEC, P.E., Mike Henderson, P.E., Nancy Hilliard, P.E., Eddie Hunt, CEM, & our CHM2Hill partners

overview
Overview
  • Defining Net Zero Energy
  • Achieving Net Zero
    • Current Renewable Energy Projects
    • Future Renewable Energy Projects
  • Future Energy Profile
  • “Speedbumps” to Success
net zero energy definition
Net Zero Energy Definition
  • Assumed Definition
    • MCLB Albany will be a net zero energy installation by the year 2020 when it produces as much energy on-site from renewable energy generation or through the on-site use of renewable fuels, as it consumes in its buildings and facilities.
  • Does not include:
    • Water
    • Vehicles
    • Waste

Net

ZeroEnergy

Renewable Energy Generation

Renewable Energy Generation

Energy Consumption

Energy Consumption

the gap
The “Gap”
  • Multiple mandates to conserve & use renewables, but SECNAV goal of 50% of installations at Net Zero by 2020 closes the “gap” between them

30% Energy Intensity Reduction

Renewable Energy Generation

achieving installation net zero
Achieving Installation Net Zero
  • A balanced combination of reducing energy intensity while also increasing renewable energy generation
    • Diversity is important
  • For installation-wide net zero, largest impact comes from large scale industrial scale renewable energy generation platforms
    • A few large scale projects vs. lots of little projects
  • Collaboration with local industry and energy providers
    • The answer isn’t always inside the fence
current renewable energy portfolio
Current Renewable Energy Portfolio

Landfill Gas

Roof Solar PV

Solar Hot Water

Daylight Harvesting

future renewable energy systems
Future Renewable Energy Systems
  • Landfill Gas, Phase 2
    • 2nd, 1.9 MW generator with waste heat recovery system
  • Ground Source Heat Pump
    • Multiple well fields for key areas of high energy consumption
  • Biomass
    • Local industry provider has biomass plant which also generates steam
    • Albany to provide steam to electricity generator
  • Other Renewable Energy Sources (Low Feasibility for Albany)
    • Wind
    • Solar
    • Geothermal to Electricity
    • Fast Pyrolysis
biomass state level
Biomass – State Level
  • The State of Georgia produces over 22 million tons biomass per year.
  • Georgia is prioritizing energy resource development statewide. Only second to improved energy efficiency is “utilization of GA significant biomass resources.” (Georgia State Energy Strategy)
biomass state level1
Biomass – State Level

Georgia’s most “biomass rich” land lies within a ~50 mile radius of Dougherty County.

Feasibility of Generating Electricity from Biomass Fuel Sources in Georgia;

The University of Georgia Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development, 2003

future renewable energy portfolio
Future Renewable Energy Portfolio
  • Landfill Gas
  • Roof Solar PV
  • Solar Hot Water
  • Daylight Harvesting
  • Double Gas to Electricity generation
  • Ground Source Heat Pumps
  • Biomass Steam to Electricity
  • Landfill Gas
  • Roof Solar PV
  • Solar Hot Water
  • Daylight Harvesting
  • Ground Source Heat Pump
  • Biomass Steam to Electricity
future energy projects
Future Energy Projects

Estimated Program Cost: $21.1M

mclb albany s net zero forecast
MCLB Albany’s Net Zero Forecast

Point of Net Zero Energy

constraints restraints challenges to achieving net zero
Constraints, Restraints & Challenges to achieving Net Zero
  • Getting data/control systems that are approved to work inside the firewall/DIACAP approval process
  • Support within the government to accurately estimate savings & feasibility of cutting edge technology
  • Measurement & Verification
  • Contractual, fiscal and technical complexity of large scale renewable projects
  • Lack of state tax incentives
  • Challenge of grouping various energy programs together (ESPC, ECIP, EIP, ESTCP, etc...)
  • Contractual & fiscal challenges of partnerships with local industry and local government
  • State law (Territorial Act)
back up slides
Back Up Slides
  • Back Up Slides
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