Utility Analysis and Site Selection. Are the HUD Incentives My Best Option?. Function of many factors - evaluate: Long-term capital equipment replacement needs Exceed available HUD capital funding? Timeline Level of need Level of resident occupancy, comfort, and cooperation
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Require ESCO to:
1. Develop baseline for each utility, per HUD requirements
2. Perform end use disaggregation of utilties
3. Normalize data
4. Establish savings projections in relation to base years
5. Evaluate “in-pocket” savings vs. HUD savings
“End Use Disaggregation” must be performed by an energy engineer or conservation professional.
1. Riverview – family development, 180 dwelling units in 45 quads, walk-ups
2. O’Brien Towers – elderly development, 275 dwelling units in one mid-rise building (six stories)
3. Pagnano Towers – elderly development, 156 dwelling units in one high-rise building (15 stories)
4. Drohan Apartments – elderly development, 40 units in one low-rise building (three stories)
In Audit Phase, ESCo retrieved data directly from the utilities
This will help you to identify the outliers: family sites, elderly sites, high-rise vs. walk-ups