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CEE June Meeting: Industrial Program Planning Committee Ted Jones Sr. Industrial Program Manager June 13, 2007 Today’s Agenda Background on Industrial Program Planning Committee Overview of Industrial Energy Consumption and Savings Opportunity (sector and process) Program Perspective

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cee june meeting industrial program planning committee

CEE June Meeting:Industrial Program Planning Committee

Ted Jones

Sr. Industrial Program Manager

June 13, 2007

today s agenda
Today’s Agenda
  • Background on Industrial Program Planning Committee
  • Overview of Industrial Energy Consumption and Savings Opportunity (sector and process)
  • Program Perspective
    • NYSERDA
    • National Grid
  • Review Criteria for Establishing Committee Priorities
  • Discussion
session objectives
Session Objectives
  • Identify programs that are focusing on specific industrial sectors and/processes
  • Share lessons learned and identify emerging opportunities
  • Explore a process for collecting information about on industrial programs – identify what information is relevant
  • Review criteria for assessing program opportunities
background cee program planning effort in 2006
Background: CEE Program Planning Effort in 2006
  • Phase I
    • Identify Energy Consumption by Sector
    • Map CEE Committee Work
  • Phase II
    • Review Existing Studies for New Opportunities
    • Establish Criteria for Consideration
  • Phase III
    • Develop Spreadsheet Assessment Tool
    • Apply Criteria to Map Opportunities to Criteria
recommendations for 2007
Recommendations for 2007
  • Equip Committees with Study Results to Identify and Develop New Explorations
    • End Use Consumption
    • List of Related Opportunities
    • Assessment Criteria
    • Spreadsheet Tool for Consideration
  • Devote Additional Staff Time to Support Committee Evaluation of Related Explorations
recommendations for 20076
Recommendations for 2007
  • Establish an Industrial Program Planning Committee to Explore Priority Processes
  • Cultivate Industry Relationships to Uncover New Innovative Opportunities
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Industrial Energy Use

25.5 Quads

3.9 Quads

5.9 Quads

Natural

Resource

Extraction

Industries

Process &

Materials

Industries

Fabrication

& Assembly

Industries

industrial sector cee coverage
Industrial Sector CEE Coverage

CEE Initiatives:

Motors

Motor Mgmt.

Motor Systems

Compressed Air

Pump Systems

Transformers

Water/Waste Water

Fired Heaters 31%

Motor Systems 23%

Steam 26%

Process Cooling2%

Facilities 10%

Other 4%

Electro-chemical4%

explore savings opportunities within specific industrial sectors and across key processes systems

Primary Metals – SIC 33

Pulp and Paper – SIC 26

Metal-Based Durables

Food Processing SIC 20

Industrial

Boilers

Process Heating

Process Cooling

Machine Drive

Electro-Chemical Processes

Other

Explore Savings Opportunities within Specific Industrial Sectors and Across Key Processes/Systems

Chemicals – SIC 28

Other – SIC 21-25, 30-31, 39

Petroleum Refining – SIC 29

Mining

Water/Wastewater

Stone, Clay & Glass – SIC 32

phase ii assessment criteria
Relevance to members

Number of members interested

Relevance to savings targets

Magnitude of benefit

Alignment with CEE’s mission

Technical Potential

Amount of energy and demand savings

Magnitude of societal benefit

Indicators of Market Change

Logic model of market

Metrics at leverage points

Trackability

Key Stakeholder Relationships

Relations with manufacturers, appropriate industry associations

Relates well with or leverages other industry efforts

Economies of scale

Benefit from previous lessons learned

Existing expertise

Other Potential Assets

Resources or movements available to leverage

Level of Effort Required

CEE members’ effort required

Staff effort required

Relates well with or leverages other CEE efforts

Economies of scale

Benefit from previous lessons learned

Existing expertise

Makes use of CEE’s unique role

Voluntary member participation to support initiative

Utilizes CEE’s unique industry positioning

Could anyone else but CEE play this role?

Is this something that otherwise wouldn’t or couldn’t occur?

Fills a gap

Does it address a trend in energy consumption?

Is there CEE “coverage” of industry?

Time frame

Near, Interim or Far-term

Phase II Assessment Criteria
consumer report style rating of cee s current industrial initiatives and new opportunities

Key:

Favorable Position

Weak Position

“Consumer Report Style Rating” of CEE’s Current Industrial Initiatives and New Opportunities

Technical Potential

Makes Use of CEE’s Unique Role

Indicators of Market Change

Time Frame- Near, Interim, Far-Term

Key Stakeholder Relationships

Fills A Gap

Other Potential Assets

Alignment with CEE’s Mission

Level of Effort Required

Relevance to Members

Satisfactory Position

Industrial

Boilers

Sample

Process Heating

Process Cooling

Machine Drive

Electro-Chemical Processes

Other

committee objective
Committee Objective
  • Identify opportunities at the national level for efficiency programs to achieve energy savings within specific industrial sub-sectors and across common industrial systems and processes.
    • Identify the types of information that would provide value to programs nationally
    • Review industrial energy consumption patterns, emerging technologies, efficiency resources and innovative program models
    • Apply the criteria developed during the CEE planning process
    • Develop committee recommendations, as appropriate
we also want to take a look at emerging program approaches
We also want to take a look at emerging program approaches…
  • In the Northwest - Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance is focusing on food processing and pulp and paper
  • In California - PG&E and SCE are focusing on data centers, bio-tech, water treatment, wineries and oil refining
  • In New York – NYSERDA is focusing on sector-specific strategies, such as hospitality, municipal water and wastewater and industry.
and national program approaches
And National Program Approaches…
  • EPA – ENERGY STAR for Industry Program
    • Energy Management
    • Focus Industries
  • DOE – Office of Industrial Technologies
    • Industrial Technology R&D
    • Emerging Technologies
    • Cross Cutting Technologies
    • Best Practices
what have we done so far
What have we done so far??

Two Committee Webinars:

  • Energy Star for Industry Program
  • DOE-Industrial Technologies Program
energy star for industry
Energy Star for Industry
  • Corporate-wide energy management
    • Work with industries and companies to improve strategic energy management at the CORPORATE level
  • Manufacturers of all types with specialized focuses for individual sectors
energy star s take on energy management
Energy Star’s Take on Energy Management
  • Energy management often is:
    • Decentralized
    • Not part of a company’s core business
    • Technology-oriented
    • Project- and not system-oriented
    • Considered capital intensive
    • Not viewed as a profit center
  • Result: important energy savings are missed because the company lacks a means for controlling energy use across all operations
energy star resources
Energy Star Resources
  • Basic energy management: ENERGY STAR Guidelines for Energy Management
    • Energy Management 101
    • Successful: second most download from Buildings & Plants web page
  • Energy program assessment matrix
    • Assess areas for improving corporate program
  • Facility energy assessment matrix
    • Assess areas for improving energy management in plant or facility
  • Teaming up to save energy
    • How to for pulling a corporate-wide energy team together
  • Communication resources
    • Posters and other materials
  • Partner networking
    • Available to commercial and industrial partners
  • Partnership with ENERGY STAR
    • Elevates energy management to executive level
  • Recognition
    • Partner of the Year
    • ENERGY STAR for plants – new label for energy-efficient plants
energy star assistance for specific industries
ENERGY STAR Assistance for Specific Industries
  • Annual industrial focuses
    • Create momentum for continued improvement of energy efficiency
    • Identify and tackle barriers to energy efficiency in the industry
    • Promotes networking, refinement of tools, and sharing of best practices specific to the industry
  • Energy guides
    • Discuss the energy efficiency opportunities in a specific industry’s manufacturing plants
  • Plant energy performance indicators (EPIs)
    • Enables benchmarking of plant energy performance to the national industry
    • Developed in cooperation with industry
    • Empowers corporations to set goals for improvement and monitor progress
result a growing list of opportunities for programs and energy star to work together
Result: A growing list of opportunities for programs and ENERGY STAR to work together
  • CEE members can identify which plants in its service territory are participating in ENERGY STAR Program, utilize ENERGY STAR tools and resources and accurately refer to it in their program communications.
  • ENERGY STAR is now referring their corporate partners to CEE member
  • ENERGY STAR and local efficiency programs can promote a consistent message on energy management at the facility level, helping to educate plant personnel about energy savings opportunities and energy management.
result a growing list of opportunities for programs and energy star to work together22
Result: A growing list of opportunities for programs and ENERGY STAR to work together
  • CEE member efficiency programs can identify which industrial plants are participating in ENERGY STAR and offer targeted assistance to help those plants implement their plant action plans and meet their goals.
  • ENERGY STAR and CEE can encourage additional efficiency programs to promote an energy management approach through their industrial programs
  • Exploring other opportunities:
    • Assessing the opportunity for ENERGY STAR and the Industrial Program Planning Committee to pursue metal casting as a potential Focus.
    • Scheduling training for interested CEE members on collecting cement plant data and running ENERGY STAR's Cement EPI
    • Share a CEO’s perspective on energy management with the CEE members, such as the CEE of California Portland Cement.
doe office of industrial technologies
DOE – Office of Industrial Technologies
  • Overview (most members familiar with)
    • Industrial Technology R&D
    • Emerging Technologies
    • Cross Cutting Technologies
    • Best Practices (tools and resources)
  • Save Energy Now Assessments
    • Process heating, steam, pumping and compressed air
  • “Achieving Superior Energy Performance”
    • New Effort to developing standards to enable third-party certification of energy management/performance
explore savings opportunities within specific industrial sectors and across key processes systems24

Primary Metals – SIC 33

Pulp and Paper – SIC 26

Metal-Based Durables

Food Processing SIC 20

Industrial

Boilers

Process Heating

Process Cooling

Machine Drive

Electro-Chemical Processes

Other

Explore Savings Opportunities within Specific Industrial Sectors and Across Key Processes/Systems

Chemicals – SIC 28

Other – SIC 21-25, 30-31, 39

Petroleum Refining – SIC 29

Mining

Water/Wastewater

Stone, Clay & Glass – SIC 32