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  1. FEMP Assistance Meeting Forest Service NeedsEnergy Savings Performance ContractingESPC

  2. Definition of ESPC • ESPC is a no-upfront-cost contracting method. The contractor incurs the cost of implementing energy conservation measures (ECM) and is paid from the energy, water, wastewater and operations savings resulting from these ECMs.

  3. ESPC Achievements* • $1.9 Billion Investment • $5.2 Billion Savings • Annual energy savings: 16 trillion Btu Equivalent to the energy consumed by 173,000 households or a city of a half million. *2005 data, reported June 2006.

  4. ESPC Achievements • Over 400 Federal ESPC projects through FY05 • 19 different Federal agencies and departments in 46 states • DOD has done 60% of the projects and 70% of the investment dollars

  5. Why do an ESPC? • Meet energy reduction and environmental goals • Affirm agency commitment to these goals • Improve facilities: comfort and reliability • Provide critical facility data • Save taxpayer money • Faster process • Better quality • Good for community relations • Fixed price contracts - change orders aren’t needed • Avoid cost of delay and inaction • Fast construction • Avoid deferred maintenance

  6. More on: Why do an ESPC? • ESCO has incentive to find all ECMs • ESCO has incentive to provide high quality equipment that will perform long after installation • ESCO has incentive to do all punch list items timely • ESCO has incentive to commission well

  7. Reallocate the Government’s Utility Bill • Pay a lower utility bill • Pay the contractor • Achieve cost savings for the government

  8. DOE ESPC Final Rule (1995) • Takes precedence over FAR • Allows unsolicited proposals • Specifies procurement procedures and bases for selection of ESCOs

  9. The Two Types of Super ESPC • General (by DOE Region) • Technology Specific (National) • Photovoltaics • Geothermal • Biomass and Alternative Methane Fuels • Solar Thermal

  10. Verifies guaranteed savings: 1. ESPCs are financed using avoided cost as a revenue to service debt. 2. A critical part of this financing tool is the ESCO-provided savings guarantee. 3. M&V assures the government that savings have been fully achieved before full payment is made to ESCO. For a successful DO, both parties must understand and agree on the M&V strategy. Why Do You Need M&V?

  11. Interagency Agreement • FEMP provides technical assistance to assure a successful ESPC. • To get started, FEMP provides free services without the need for an IAA. • After the IP phase, FEMP services are provided on a cost reimbursable basis. The IAA spells out level and cost of FEMP project facilitation.

  12. Super ESPC Key Points • Guaranteed Savings are Mandatory • Measurement and Verification is Mandatory • Contract term cannot exceed 25 years

  13. ESPC Process Requires • Require project facilitator • Require financing competition • Emphasis on M&V and Pricing • Change in contractor selection process

  14. ► Meet with DOE ► Pick Contractor (ESCO) ► Initial Proposal (IP) ► Notice of Intent (NOI) ► Detailed Energy Survey (DES) ► Delivery Order ► Final Design ► Installation ► Acceptance ► 1st Year Measurement & Verification (M&V) ► Annual M&V ► Complete contract Super ESPC steps

  15. Detailed Energy Survey NOI & DO RFP Kickoff Meeting Initial Proposal Negotiate Final DO Phase 4 BAMF Super ESPC Process Implement DO Phase 3 Phase 2 Exit ramp Phase 1 No obligation exit ramp

  16. Biomass and Alternative Methane Fuels Energy Services Companies (ESCOs) • BAMF ESCOs • Nation-wide Coverage • Ameresco Federal Solutions • Constellation Energy Services • DTE • Energy Systems Group • Honeywell

  17. ESCOs byDOE Regions (Regional ESPC) • MIDWEST • Constellation Energy Services • Ameresco Solutions • Johnson Controls • NORESCO, LLC • Honeywell Building Solutions (SES) • NORTHEAST • Honeywell International • Johnson Controls • NORESCO, LLC • Select Energy Services • Honeywell Building Solutions (SES) • Consolidated Edison Solutions • MID-ATLANTIC • Constellation Energy Services • Honeywell International • NORESCO, LLC • Select Energy Services • WESTERN • Honeywell International • Johnson Controls • NORESCO, LLC • Honeywell Building Solutions (SES) • CENTRAL • Ameresco Solutions • Honeywell International • Johnson Controls • NORESCO, LLC • Honeywell Building Solutions (SES) • SOUTHEAST • Ameresco Solutions • Chevron USA • Johnson Controls • NORESCO, LLC • Honeywell International • Honeywell Building Solutions (SES) For contact info: www. eere.energy.gov/femp/financing/superespcs_espcescos.html

  18. More ESPC Info Super ESPC Workshops for 2008 Check with us about Intro and Advanced ESPC training workshops for 2008. Check with us about on-line or on-site training. Energy 2008 August, 2008 Phoenix, Arizona ESPC info on the Web: http://www1.eere.energy.gov/femp/financing/superespcs.html

  19. Forest Service ESPC - History Edd Bills Biomass and Alternative Methane Fuels (BAMF) Super ESPC Project Facilitator

  20. Forest Service ESPC - History • 1998 Region 6 Corvallis Forestry Lab, Heating retrofit & Bldg Automation Systems $740,528 Cost - $769,001 Total Savings - 10 Year Term • 2005 Region 2 Mystic Ranger District Office, Biomass Heat $211,449 Cost - $397,726 Total Savings - 20 Year Term Project aborted at Final Proposal due to size (economics) • 2005 Region 4 Idaho City Ranger District Compound Biomass heat and power Project aborted before Initial Proposal due to size (economics)

  21. Forest Service ESPC - Current Regions 2/4 Region-wide ESPC • Biomass Heat, Lighting, Wind, Solar, Water • Region 2, Part 1 - $1.9 Million cost - $2.9 Million total savings - 15 year term • Region 4 Part 1 - $2.1 Million cost - $3 Million Savings (estimate) • All indications point to at least 2 successful projects

  22. Regions 2/4 Region-wide ESPC cont’d • Region 2 - Detailed Energy Survey (DES) in-progress • Region 4 - Initial proposal 1st wk of Dec 07 ESCO Proposed Model • Part 1 – Large enough for project viability small enough for investigation efficiency. • One volunteer Forest has comprehensive DES. • All Forests in the region investigated for light and water. • Measures of interest are considered (e.g. Forest has wind). • Part 2 – Ideas coming out of Part 1 applied. • All interested Forests have DES. • Large scale biomass heat and/or power will be considered.

  23. FS Currently Exploring ESPC • Regions 2/4 • Region 1 • Region 3 • Job Corps • Research Stations • Forest Products Lab

  24. Forest Service ESPC Lessons Learned • “Bundle” small projects for success • Region(s)-wide effort is an excellent method of bundling (is a national ESPC possible?) • Grass roots interest is essential • Each Forest must stand alone – • Energy savings are retained locally • One Contracting Officer over several projects is very beneficial - cuts 6 months off a project. • Grants and Agreements people add an approval layer

  25. Forest Service ESPC Challenges • Educating Contracting (and Grants/Agreements) • Working around fire season • Investigating spread-out, and remote locations • Economical Measurement and Verification (M&V) on Energy Conservation Measures (ECMs) at small, spread-out, and remote locations

  26. Recommendations to Streamline the ESPC Process at FS • Execute a National Interagency Agreement out of FS HQ (avoids duplication from region to region) • Assign a “specialist” Contracting Officer for ESPC

  27. Forest Service Biomass Issues • Size is everything – Small is challenging • Small facilities must have help from lighting, water, etc to make ESPC economical. • Currently the threshold seems to be around 30,000 ft2 • Midsize biomass heat can pay back quickly • Fuel procurement responsibility is an issue

  28. FEMP Support for the Forest Service Biomass and Alternative Methane Fuels (BAMF) Super ESPC Technical and Team Lead

  29. How can we help? • Biomass expertise within FEMP • DOE – FEMP Training • Contract Officer Training • Dean Graham – familiar with FS and ESPC

  30. Wood-to-Energy Using wood: • Reduces hazardous forest fuels – promotes healthy forests • Reduces use of fossil fuel • Lowers net carbon to the atmosphere • Helps meet EPAct 2005 and Executive Orders • Saves energy dollars

  31. FS – DOE Synergy • Large Scale Biomass Power Plant(s) for Federal Sector Power. • Power Purchase Agreements • Energy Parks – Ideal locations for heat and power applications

  32. FS – DOE Opportunities Fuel Available Favorable State for Wheeling High Voltage Grid Nodes

  33. Contact DOE Southeast Region Geothermal Heat Pump ESPC Photovoltaic ESPC Biomass ESPC Doug Culbreth U.S. Department of Energy Carson.culbreth@ee.doe.gov 919-870-0051