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ENERGY STAR Commercial Food Service (CFS) Equipment . January 2010. What is ENERGY STAR?. Voluntary climate protection partnership with EPA Strategic approach to energy management, promoting energy efficient products and practices Helps organizations save money and protect the environment

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What is ENERGY STAR?

  • Voluntary climate protection partnership with EPA

  • Strategic approach to energy management, promoting energy efficient products and practices

  • Helps organizations save money and protect the environment

  • Influential brand recognized by over 75 percent of Americans


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Stakeholder involvement - including manufacturers, utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

Iterative process

Use or develop test methods

Designed to recognize top 25%

ENERGY STAR Specification Process


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Benefits of ENERGY STAR Equipment utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

  • End-users save energy, water, and money

  • ENERGY STAR qualified products use innovative and energy-efficient technologies, improving performance through:

    • Shorter cook times

    • Higher production rates

    • Improved insulation

  • Reducing HVAC use due to cooler kitchen

    • More efficient components, such as compressors

  • Ask your manufacturer for more details

    • Training

    • Marketing materials

    • Financing options


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Total Cost of Ownership: Big Picture utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

Acquisition costs are just the tip of the iceberg

Maintenance and other ongoing costs

(can be 2-20 times greater)

Source: PG&E Food Service Technology Center


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Eligible ENERGY STAR CFS Types utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

New

New

Commercial

Dishwashers

Ovens

Hot Food Holding

Cabinets

Commercial Refrigerators

and Freezers

New

Commercial

Fryers

Commercial

Steam Cookers

Commercial Griddles

Ice Machines


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Average Annual Cost Savings utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

New

New

$190 (electric); $360 (gas)

$60 (refrigerators); $240 (freezers)

$900

$340 to $960

Commercial

Dishwashers

Commercial Refrigerators

and Freezers

Ovens

Hot Food Holding

Cabinets

New

$510 (electric)

$390 (gas)

$120 (electric); $590 (gas)

$110

$230 (electric); $170 (gas)

Commercial

Fryers

Commercial

Steam Cookers

Commercial Griddles

Ice Machines

* Actual energy savings may vary based on equipment use and other factors.


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Average Lifetime Cost Savings utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

New

New

12 year life

$3,200 to $9,000

12 year life

$580 (refrigerators); $2,200 (freezers)

12 year life

$1,800 (electric); $3,400 (gas)

20 year life

$12,200

Commercial Refrigerators

and Freezers

Commercial

Dishwashers

Hot Food Holding

Cabinets

Ovens

New

12 year life

$1,100 (electric); $5,500 (gas)

12 year life

$4,800 (electric)

$3,700 (gas)

12 year life

$2,100 (electric); $1,600 (gas)

8 year life

$740

Commercial

Steam Cookers

Commercial

Fryers

Ice Machines

Commercial Griddles

  • Actual energy savings may vary based on equipment use and other factors.

  • Lifecycle cost savings based on a 4% discount rate


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Commercial Refrigeration utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

Specification effective 2010 for solid door and 2009 for glass and mixed doors

ENERGY STAR qualified include: reach-in, roll-in, or pass-through units; merchandisers; undercounter units; milk coolers; back bar coolers; bottle coolers; glass frosters; deep well units; beer-dispensing or direct draw units; bunker freezers

NOT Eligible to QUALIFY include: drawer cabinets, prep tables, deli cases, open air units, lab-grade


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Commercial Refrigeration utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

  • Incremental costs: $350 for solid door

  • Savings (approximate)

    • Up to 35 percent more energy efficient

    • Solid door refrigerators

      • $200/year

      • 1,960 kWh/year

    • Solid door freezer

      • $140/year

      • 1,380 kWh/year

  • Unique features

    • ECM evaporator and condenser fan motors

    • hot gas anti-sweat heaters

    • high-efficiency compressors

  • 11 refrigerator manufacturers/ 83 models

  • 4 freezer manufacturers/12 models


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Commercial Dishwashers utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

Specification effective 2007

ENERGY STAR qualified include: High and low undercounter temp, single tank door type, single tank conveyor, and multiple tank conveyor machines

NOT Eligible to QUALIFY include: flight type dishwashers; dishwashers that include an optional manual rinse after the final sanitizing rinse


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Commercial Dishwashers utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

  • Incremental cost: $1,000 to $4,000

  • Saves energy, water and sewer costs

    • 25 percent more energy efficient

      • About 90 MBtus per year

      • on average $900/year

    • 25 percent more water efficient

      • 52,000 gallons/year

      • $200 /year

  • 19 manufacturing partners with qualified products

  • More than 250 qualified products


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Commercial Fryers utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

Specification effective 2003

Most ENERGY STAR qualified fryers are open-deep fat models with frypots sizes less than 15 inches (standard size).

NOT Eligible to QUALIFY include: large vat fryers, pressure fryers, flat-bottom fryer, or chicken fryers


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Commercial Fryers utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

  • Incremental cost: $275 - $1,800

  • Savings (approximate)

    • up to 30 percent more energy efficient than standard models

    • Gas

      • 50 MBtu/year

      • $590 /year

    • Electric

      • 1,100 kWh/year

      • $120/year

  • Unique features

    • Higher quality materials

    • Faster recovery

    • Higher production rate

    • Longer lifespan

  • 9 manufacturing partners with qualified products

  • More than 170 qualified products


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Commercial Griddles utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

Specification effective 2009

Tier 2 Electric effecitve 2011 – normalized idle energy rate <=320 watts/ft2

ENERGY STAR qualified include: thermostatically controlled, gas and electric, single- and double-sided models

NOT Eligible to QUALIFY include: manually controlled griddles, those with ranges, and fry-top ranges


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Commercial Griddles utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

  • Incremental cost: $650 - 850

  • Savings (approximate)

    • Electric

      • 2,270 kWh annually

      • an average of $230/year

    • Gas

      • 15 MBtu annually

      • an average of $170/year

  • 3 manufacturing partners with qualified products

  • 12 qualified products


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Commercial Hot Food Holding Cabinets utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

Specification effective 2003

ENERGY STAR qualified include: Hot food holding cabinets that meet the maximum energy idle energy rate.

NOT Eligible to QUALIFY include: dual function equipment, such as cook-and-hold models


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Commercial Hot Food Holding Cabinets utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

  • Incremental cost: $400 - $1,700

  • Savings (approximate)

    • 65 percent more energy efficient

    • 3,200 to 9,300 kWh annually

    • $340 to $960 /year on utility bills

  • Unique Features

    • Better insulation leads to better temperature uniformity and reduced heat loss

    • Energy savings devices - magnetic door gaskets, auto-door closures, dutch doors

  • 20 manufacturing partners with qualified products

  • More than 250 qualified model families


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Commercial Ice Machines utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

Specification effective 2008

ENERGY STAR qualified include: Air-cooled, cube-type machines including ice-making head, self-contained, and remote condensing units.

NOT Eligible to QUALIFY include: ice machines that use water-cooled technology, as well as flake and nugget ice machine.


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Commercial Ice Machines utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

  • Incremental cost: $200 to $350

  • Saves energy and water

    • 15 percent more energy efficient

      • 1,200 kWh /year

      • $110/year on utility bills

    • 10 percent more water efficient

      • 2,500 gallons/year

      • $10/year

  • Unique features

    • Generally better insulation

    • Lower overall maintenance costs

  • 7 manufacturing partners with qualified products

  • More than 200 qualified products


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Commercial Ovens utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

Specification effective 2009

ENERGY STAR qualified include: convection ovens

NOT Eligible to QUALIFY include:combination ovens, conventional ovens, conveyor ovens, slow cook-and-hold ovens, deck ovens, rack ovens, range ovens, rapid cook ovens, and rotisserie ovens. Ovens designed for residential or laboratory applications cannot qualify for ENERGY STAR.


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Commercial Ovens utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

  • Incremental cost: $50 - $800

  • Savings (approximate)

    • 20 percent more energy efficient

    • Electric

      • 1870 kWh annually

      • $190/year on utility bills

    • Gas

      • 30 MBtu annually

      • $360/year on utility bills.

  • Unique features

    • faster, more even cooking process

    • significant development

  • 9 manufacturing partners with qualified products

  • More than 20 qualified products


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Commercial Steam Cookers utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

Specification effective 2003

Most ENERGY STAR steamers are boilerless (closed loop) but Market Forge has qualified boiler-based steamers.

Qualified models may include countertop, wall-mounted, and floor-models mounted on a stand, pedestal or cabinet-style base.


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Commercial Steam Cookers utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

  • Incremental cost: Ranges from $0 - $2,500

  • Saves energy, water and sewer costs

    • 50 percent more energy efficient than standard models.

    • Save 4,930 kWh (electric) or 33 MBtu (gas) annually

    • $500 annually

    • Can save 90% or more water (around 170,000 gallons per year)

  • Unique features

    • Shorter cook times

    • Higher production rates

    • Reduced heat loss

  • Closed loop applications

    • Reuse of water

    • Good for foods with longer cooking time

  • 12 manufacturing partners with qualified products

  • More than 150 qualified products


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Upcoming Specifications utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

  • Joint ENERGY STAR/WaterSense effort

  • Launch revision effort fall 2009

  • Effective date to be determined

1) High-Efficiency Pre-Rinse Spray Valves

  • Update specification

  • Launch revision effort fall 2009

  • Possible effective in 2011

2)Hot Food Holding Cabinets

  • Add large-vat fryers

  • Launch revision effort fall 2009

  • Possible effective in 2011

3) Fryers

4) Ice Machines

  • Add flake and nugget ice machines

  • Launch revision effort spring 2010

  • Possible effective in 2011

  • Update specification

  • Launch revision effort summer 2010

  • Possible effective in 2011/2012

5) Dishwashers


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Utility Incentives utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

  • Many utilities offer incentives to reduce the cost of energy-efficient CFS equipment*

*Utilities offer incentives for CFS equipment in the blue shaded states


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Utility Incentives utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

  • Contact your utility program administrator to:

    • Ensure that they offer CFS incentives to customers

    • See if they will develop a custom incentive

    • Determine whether they have an education center with CFS testing facilities

    • Find out of they offer marketing and outreach materials, point of purchase materials, or trainings

  • Find CFS incentives on the ENERGY STAR Web site: www.energystar.gov/CFSRebate_Locator


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ENERGY STAR CFS Web Site utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

Unlocking tools to promote and boost your business starts at the ENERGY STAR Web site:www.energystar.gov/cfs

  • Where to buy

  • Incentive finder

  • Individual product

  • pages

  • Case studies & other

  • information


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New “Where to Buy” Tool utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

  • Highlights CFS dealers that joined ENERGY STAR as partners

  • Serves as a gateway for equipment buyers to find dealers selling ENERGY STAR qualified CFS equipment

  • Assists ENERGY STAR customers wondering how to find ENERGY STAR equipment and how to receive incentives

  • Available throughout the ENERGY STAR CFS Web site:

    www.energystar.gov/cfs

“Where to Buy” is located here on the CFS Web page


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ENERGY STAR Product Web Pages utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

Individual Product Page:

Dishwashers

  • Qualified Product lists

  • Product criteria

  • Manufacturing

  • partners

  • Savings calculators

  • (both energy and $)


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Incentive Finder: Find Money utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

Look for the “Special Offers” button on all CFS Web pages

To locate incentives in a particular zip code, enter it here

To locate all available incentives in the United States, leave zip code blank

Next, click on “Locate Incentives”


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ENERGY STAR Resources utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

For Restaurants

For CFS Dealers

Quarterly Newsletter


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Other Resources utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

  • PG&E Food Service Technology Center (www.fishnick.com)

  • NAFEM Life Cycle Model Tool (www.nafem.org/resources/index.aspx)

  • Local Restaurant Associations


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Questions? utilities, environmental groups, and other government agencies

Contact Information

Una Song, EPA

Email:[email protected]

Phone: 1-888-STAR-YES


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