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Joint Base San Antonio 2011 Sustainable Energy Workshop 12 July 2011. Andres Hinojosa Base Energy Manager Lackland AFB . Creating a Culture of Energy Change (Lackland AFB) Energy Awareness.

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Joint Base San Antonio

2011 Sustainable Energy

Workshop 12 July 2011

Andres Hinojosa

Base Energy Manager

Lackland AFB

creating a culture of energy change lackland afb energy awareness
Creating a Culture of Energy Change(Lackland AFB)Energy Awareness

San Antonio Business Journal (SABJ) recognized Lackland AFB for energy conservation initiatives – Lackland’s accomplishments were published in the SABJ August 13 2010 issue.

Energy Awareness Month CPS Energy at the BX

Placed 1st in Military Challenge among all AF Installation

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Marketing & Promoting

Energy Conservation (Lackland AFB)

  • Lackland AFB marketing tools are shown here
lackland afb project highlights
(Lackland AFB) Project Highlights

Lighting Retrofits for 175 buildings and Water Retrofits for 99 buildings

Heating & ventilation project upgrades to 11 buildings

Energy management controls system improvements to 11 facilities

Solar film on 58 buildings

Chillers & Cooling Tower replacements to central plants 10056 & 2000

Thermal Storage Tank to support central plant and shift peak demand

Solar array heating system for the Skylark swimming pool

Lackland received over $1.1M in rebate money from the utility provider

Annual Dollar Savings: $1.625 Million

Reduce Energy Demand: 27,083 MWH or 92,408 MMBTU

Overall Total Base Energy Reduction: 12%

Implemented Lackland Projects: Over $17 million in energy conservation initiatives under the ESPC contracts

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(Lackland AFB) Project Highlights

Implemented Lackland Projects: Over $7.6 million in water conservation initiatives

  • Installed three wash rack water recycling systems
    • Reduce water use (90%) and wastewater discharge by 2 Mgal per year
    • 100% of the collected water is recycled
    • Eliminates Oil/Water Separator
  • Expanded Recycled Water to Irrigate Parade Field
  • FY09 Funded-Water & Sewer Comprehensive Inventory, Condition Assessment, and Modeling Survey
  • ARRA Funded-Replaced 40,000 LF of Water Line Infrastructure
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(Lackland AFB) Project Highlights
  • Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) Four ECMs Phase I
    • Smart Energy Project - $25 million with < 10 year payback
    • Comprehensive Water Enhancements
    • Renewable
    • Airfield/Mission
  • Benefits
    • Obtain Energy Goals
    • Generate excess revenues
    • Maintain base operations during outages, national emergencies, etc
    • Energy security is a focus of DOD
    • Green power
    • Built-in redundancies
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(Lackland AFB)Energy Management Control System

  • SUMMARY:
  • The Energy Management Controls System (EMCS) in CE building 5595 maintains primary EMCS front end, the software system recently installed is AF approved.
  • EMCS Expansion and Optimization:
  • HVAC systems number of facilities tied to EMCS -150
  • Currently Site Points -16,600
  • EMCS used for temperature setbacks, monitoring, on-off control of HVAC systems
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(Lackland AFB)Energy Management Control System

  • EMCS IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
  • The EMCS Plan is to expand on the Lackland EMCS system and continue base conversion to this new and approved EMCS front-end system. Integration of approximately 47 facilities and new equipment is the Phase II step of this EMCS expansion currently in place. This EMCS implementation plan will consist of switching all currently monitored facilities to the new EMCS system in three phases.
    • Phase I added 20 facilities to the EMCS system – Completed
  • EMCS plan is to add the following number of facilities to the front-end in Phases:
    • Phase II FY11 – add 47 facilities to EMCS system
    • Phase III FY12 – add 42 facilities to EMCS system
    • Phase III FY13 – add 41 facilities to EMCS system
  • All major renovation & new construction projects tie-in to EMCS front-end