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ESPC. SUSTAINABLE OPERATIONS OPEN MIC MAY 16, 2012 P.E. Leyba U.S. Forest Service - Region 3 pleyba01@fs.fed.us . Region 3 - ENERGY SAVINGS PERFORMANCE CONTRACT. ESPC. P artnership between Federal agency and energy service company (ESCO).

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ESPC

SUSTAINABLE OPERATIONS OPEN MIC

MAY 16, 2012

P.E. Leyba

U.S. Forest Service - Region 3

pleyba01@fs.fed.us

Region 3 - ENERGY SAVINGS PERFORMANCE CONTRACT

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ESPC
  • Partnership between Federal agency and energy service company (ESCO).
  • ESCO conducts energy audit on facility and identifies energy conservation measures (ECM’S).
  • In consultation with the agency, ESCO designs and constructs project to meet agency's needs.
  • ESCO arranges financing for the project.
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ESPC
  • ESCO guarantees ECM’S will generate energy cost savings sufficient to pay for project over the term of the contract.
  • Energy savings estimated, guaranteed @ 90%
  • Agency pays ESCO annually from energy cost savings.
  • After contract ends, all energy cost savings go to agency.
  • Contract terms of up to 25 years allowed.
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ESPC
  • Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPCs) allow Federal agencies to accomplish energy savings projects without up-front capital costs and without special Congressional appropriations.
usfs r3 espc
USFS R3 ESPC
  • DOE contract w/ various ESCO’s
  • 2008 Honeywell was selected for R3 contract.
  • February 2009 Honeywell “Energy Audit” estimate for ECM’s ~$1,600,000
  • First year savings estimate = $103,000
  • First year savings GUARANTEE = $94,500
  • Simple payback = 15.7 years
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USFS R3 ESPC
  • March 2009 – R3 makes “buy down” lump sum payment = $1,050,000.
  • Balance = $550,000 + interest (6.88%) = $650,000 over 8 year term.
  • 8 annual payments of ~$80,000. (“from annual energy savings”)
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USFS R3 ESPC
  • By April 1, 2010 – Most ECM’s installed.
  • First payment due on April 1, 2010.

HOWEVER

  • After evaluating all proposed ECM’s at all sites for feasibility………….
  • Total cost of ECM’s ~$1,093,000
  • 80+ Buildings, 9 National Forests
  • With contract modification, annual payments will be ~ $0, agency will incur energy savings.
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USFS R3 ESPC
  • FY11 payment = Principle + Interest + Monitoring and Verification ~$60,000
  • FY 12 payment = Interest + Monitoring &Verification (M&V) ~ $30,000
  • FY 13 – FY 18 = M&V ~ $3,000 / year
  • Annual energy savings ~$65,000
ecm s installed
ECM’S INSTALLED

Honeywell TH8110 Programmable Thermostat

Proposed = 600, Installed = 64

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ECM’S INSTALLED

Inncom E528 Intelligent Thermostat

lighting ecm s installed
LIGHTING ECM’S INSTALLED
  • Linear Fluorescent, Next Generation T-8 lamps, High Efficiency Instant Start Electronic Ballasts
  • Incandescent LED Exit Signs
  • Incandescent lamps Compact Fluorescent lamps
  • Control Sensors and Occupancy Sensors
  • Linear Fluorescent, T-8 High Lumen Lamp technology for High-Bay Facilities
  • New fixtures including LED exit signs
  • Proposed = 1468, installed = 4778
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ECM’S INSTALLED

Solar Photovoltaic LED – Proposed = 64, Installed = 12

  • Photovoltaic Panel
  • Charge Controller
  • Battery Backup
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ECM’S INSTALLED
  • WOOD FIRED HEATER
  • Proposed = 6, Installed = 1
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ECM’S INSTALLED
  • Solar Domestic Hot Water
  • Proposed = 4, Installed = 2
ecm s provided
ECM’S PROVIDED
  • ELECTRIC METER / DATA LOGGER
  • Proposed = 31, Actual = 31
  • USFS responsible for deployment of the meters on the buildings as they see fit.
  • The meters are capable of monitoring 3 phase power and storing the electric power information for several months.
  • The USFS will be able to download and analyze power data.
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USFS R3 ESPC

WHAT NEXT????

  • Accounting for all installations.
  • Warrantee items
  • Energy savings monitoring by both ESCO and USFS. (M&V)
  • Annual payments for remainder of term for M&V.
r3 espc lessons learned
R3 ESPC - LESSONS LEARNED
  • MORE ECM’S IN CLOSER LOCATIONS
  • HIGHER THE $ VALUE THE BETTER
  • LIGHTING ECM’S = MOST OF INSTALLS
  • TRAINED FS PROJECT MANAGER
  • TRAINING FOR LOCAL CONTACTS
  • TYPE OF $ USED FOR PAYMENTS VS. TYPE OF $ SAVED?
  • ONLY INCLUDE BUILDINGS LIKELY TO BE IN SERVICE THROUGH CONTRACT PERIOD
  • ESTIMATED ECM’S MAY NOT = ACTUAL
training available
Training available:
  • June 7, 2012
  • Streamlining ESPCs for Small Sites (Web-based)
  • Offered by FEMP, webinar fosters skill in using ENABLE - a streamlined ESPC process that allows smaller facilities to contract with ESCOs on energy-saving projects. Includes eligibility criteria, the use of standardized forms as well as self-assessments to reduce application time, costs, reviews, and approvals.
  • Time 01:30 PM to 03:00 PM (Eastern)
  • http://www.fedcenter.gov/Events/index.cfm?id=21103
  • OTHER FEMP TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES –
  • http://apps1.eere.energy.gov/femp/training/