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ORNL Sustainable Campus Initiative. O AK R IDGE N ATIONAL L ABORATORY Sustainability Summit March 31, 2011. Sustainable Campus Initiative – Key Ingredients. 1. 2. Leadership and Culture. Active Sponsorship. Workable Concept. Resources and Execution. 3. 4.

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ornl sustainable campus initiative

ORNL Sustainable Campus Initiative

OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORYSustainability SummitMarch 31, 2011

sustainable campus initiative key ingredients
Sustainable Campus Initiative – Key Ingredients

1

2

Leadership

and Culture

Active

Sponsorship

Workable

Concept

Resources and

Execution

3

4

original sustainable campus concept
Original Sustainable CampusConcept

Transformational Technology

Leading Edge Technology

Known Technology

Foundational Methods

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Lead Team

  • Melissa Lapsa
  • Teresa Baer
  • Randy Overbey
  • Roadmap Owners

Sponsors

  • Martin Keller
  • Herb Debban

Supported by subject matter experts, regional partnerships, World Resources Institute,and Battelle

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Sustainable Campus InitiativeElements

Transportation

Utility Infrastructure

Facilities & Land

SMR

Employees & Systems

Transformational

Waste

deployment
Deployment

Sponsor –

Herb Debban

Director, F&OMartin KellerALD, Research

Subject Matter

Teams For Related

Roadmaps

Regional Partnerships

Lead Team – Roadmap Owners

Melissa Lapsa, Randy Overbey,

and Teresa Baer

Link with WRI for

Greenhouse Gas

Inventory

Link with Other

Battelle Labs

oak ridge national laboratory s sustainable campus initiative1

ORNL’s goal is to achieve benchmark sustainability

in campus operation and

in research, development and deployment of key technologies

Time frame - Ten years, target 2018, with heavy front-end loading

Sponsored and advocated by Executive Leadership

Focus on integration of operations and research

Builds on base of strong ES&H, HR, & Operations

Brought together existing initiatives, providing synergies

Added many new initiatives

Oak Ridge National Laboratory’sSustainable Campus Initiative
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For each sustainability category:

Compared the current condition to the desired future state

Determined actions needed for closing the gaps

Created roadmaps for each category

Action Plan for Benchmark Sustainability

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Key Roles of the Initiative

  • To help position ORNL as a sustainable site for continued investment in programs and facilities
  • To reap the short-term and long-term benefits of the roadmaps
  • To comply with the Executive Order 13514 on Sustainability
  • To assist DOE in achieving Agency objectives
  • To advance regional and national sustainability
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28% reduction in

scope 1 and 2 GHG

13% reduction in

scope 3 GHG

  • FY11 Deliverables:
    • Input to DOE for FY10 Inventory Plan
    • Support, as needed, the SMR plan
    • Key projects for Scope 3 reduction
    • Monitor and modify GHG reduction strategies

Update Inventory Annually and Monitor Reduction Plan –

On-going

Complete GHG Reduction Plan

12/10

Issue Management Report –

Complete

Prepare GHG Inventory –

Complete

  • EO:
    • Prepare baseline of GHG emissions for FY08
    • Reduce scope 1 and 2 emissions by 28% by FY20
    • Reduce scope 3 emissions by 13% by FY20
    • Report comprehensive GHG emissions inventory annually
    • Statutes
      • EISA 527: Issue annual report describing status of initiative to reduce GHG emissions
      • EPA MGGRR report emissions by March 2011 for FY10 and annually thereafter

Greenhouse Gas

Reduction –

Teresa Baer

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Greenhouse Gas Inventory CalculationUT-Battelle, ORNL FY 2008

ORNL GHG Inventory Calculations per SSP Submissions in Compliance with the DOE Guidance and PPTRS Databases

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All Non-Industrial campus buildings meet HPSB GP

Deliver

4 new HPSBs

each year through FY15

on-going

At Least

15 % HPSB

FY15

List of

Buildings and OrganizationPlan

CY10

Building

1059

certified as

LEED Gold

FY09

Nine existing HPSBs

complete

  • EO:
  • 15% HPSBs by FY15, 100% over time
  • 30% energy intensity reduction by FY15 vs FY03
  • 28% Scope 2 GHG reduction by FY20 vs FY08
  • 16% water intensity reduction by FY15 vsFY07

High Performance Sustainable Buildings

Existing Buildings –

Ann Bryant

FY11 Deliverables:

  • Establish template for HPSBs based on 1059 experience
  • Target list of Buildings and Schedule for Completion
  • Establish working group
  • Develop cost estimates and acquire funding for FY11 efforts
  • Deliver 4/5 new HPSBs
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30% More Energy Efficient Facilities

Contribute to HPSBs, GHG, energy, and water reduction targets

On-going

Fund and Implement

Approved

ECMs Annually

On-going

Audit 25%

Campus Facilities

Annually

On-going

Establish

Audit

Protocol

Aug 2010

  • EO:
    • 30% energy intensity reduction by FY15 vs FY03
    • 28% Scope 2 GHG reduction by FY20 vs FY08
    • 15% HPSBs by FY15, 100% overtime
    • 16% water intensity reduction by FY15 vsFY07
  • FY11 Deliverables:
  • Energy Audit for FY11
    • Fund ECMs for FY09 and FY10
    • HEMSF ECM identification and funding
    • Tracking system for ECMs
    • Funding for enterprise level energy management software

Energy Efficiency Existing Facilities –

Greg Palko

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125 solar-assisted

charging stations

regionally

March 2012

Nissan

Leafs on campus

5/11

Add non-solar Stations at ORNL

9/11

25 solar assisted Stations at ORNL

3/11

First 6 solar assisted prototypes at EPRI

complete

Design of charging system

complete

ARRA Award

complete

  • FY11 Deliverables:
  • 25 Solar-Assisted Charging Stations at ORNL (2/11)
    • 90 Solar-Assisted Charging Stations in Region (9/11)
    • Non-Solar Charging Stations at ORNL (9/11)
    • Nissan Leafs on campus (6/11)
    • Solar Station Ribbon Cutting at ORNL (targeted 3/11)
    • Website documentation for project (9/11)

Electric Vehicle

Charging Stations

- Curt Maxey

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Project Components

Regional Solar-Covered Parking

2.0 kw of solar per

parking space

Grid connection

Electric vehicle

External battery

Charging system (EVSE)

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Economic development: Ensure that the financial and economic needs of current and future generations are met.

  • Environmental stewardship: Protect the environment for current and future generations and use resources sparingly.
  • Social equity: Improve quality

of life.

Sustainability

“Development that meets the needs of the present without

compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”

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For Additional Information

Melissa Lapsa

865-574-8620

lapsamv@ornl.gov

Teresa Nichols

865-765-6014

nicholsta@ornl.gov

Randy Overbey

865-805-7870

overbeyrm@ornl.gov

ORNL Sustainability Website

www.sustainability-ornl.org