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  1. Energy Audit and Energy Savings Project Review • February, 2012 Tipp City Exempted Village Schools HB264 Energy Savings & Facility Improvement Project

  2. Today’s Agenda • Introductions • Open Forum and Discussions • “The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten” – Benjamin Franklin • “I am not very smart, I just know a lot of smart people.” • Facility & Energy Savings Opportunities

  3. Energy Optimizers, USA • Greg Smith, President • Exclusive Focus with Ohio K-12 Schools and Energy Conservation Projects • Pre-Approved OSFC Vendor • Certified Energy Managers, Lighting Efficiency Professionals, Certified Energy Auditors, LEED AP’s & mechanical Contractors • $20,000,000+ of Successful Energy Savings Projects

  4. Energy Optimizers, USA • HB 264 Success • 2011 - Most HB 264 Projects in Ohio!! • Successful Projects: • School DistrictAnnual Savings • Eaton Community Schools $249,562 • Jackson City Schools $163,822 • Ontario Local Schools $130,971 • Springfield City Schools $105,300 • Edgerton Schools $59,826 • Bethel Local Schools $58,411 • Covington Schools $42,832 • Fort Recovery Schools $42,510

  5. Facilities Audited • Facilities Included • High School (185,000 sq. ft.) • LT Ball Intermediate School (86,806 sq. ft.) • These facilities were chosen due to the assumption that these facilities will be utilized by the district for many years. • These facilities represent 71.2%of the utility cost for the district.

  6. Electric Usage and Cost Summary Average K-12 kBtu/Sq.Ft. is 37.81 for full A/C facility 8.5% less cooling demand than the average year (February 2011 – January 2012)

  7. Natural Gas Usage and Cost Summary <1% less heating demand than the average year (February 2011 – January 2012) Avg. kBtu/Sq.Ft is 42.28

  8. Total Utility Usage and Cost Summary

  9. Energy Star Overview 100 is Highest Rating

  10. Positive Community & Voter Response

  11. Potential Energy Savings Opportunities • Building Automation Enhancements & Integration • LT Ball • Upgrade control systems with Direct Digital Controls (DDC) • Include all HVAC equipment (Chiller, boiler, air handlers, VAV boxes, etc) • High School • Utilize all existing control wire, sensors, open protocol sensors, etc. with enhancements • Enable the High School to communicate with potential new schools • Web-Based and Vendor-Neutral

  12. Potential Energy Savings Opportunities • Advanced Energy Management Programming • Demand Ventilation and Demand Limiting • Humidity Control • Optimized Schedules • Optimum Start/Stop • Chiller Start-up • Domestic Hot Water Pump Control

  13. Potential Energy Savings Opportunities • Lighting • Gymnasium Retrofit - HS • Less wattage (455 watts vs. 221 watts) • Better Light • De-Lamp Fluorescent Fixtures • Reduce the number of lamps • Re-Lamp Fluorescent Fixtures • Facility-wide (32 watts to 25 watts per bulb) • T-12 to T-8 @ LT Ball • Occupancy Sensors • Automatically turns lights off when area is unoccupied • Vending Misers • Turns machine lights off and cycles compressors less

  14. Potential Energy Savings Opportunities • Energy Management Services • Install Direct Digital Gas and Electric Meters • Allows for real-time and historic usage information and modifications • Demand Limiting • School Board and OSFC Updates

  15. Potential Energy Savings Opportunities • Energy Management Services

  16. Potential Energy Savings Opportunities • Ice Storage • Reduced Electrical Demand (approximately 45% of Bill) • Operate Chillers at Night • Utilize New Controls to Operate

  17. Potential Energy Savings Opportunities • Boiler Plant Upgrades • Burner optimization controls to limit excess combustion air to recommended levels • Less wasted heat leaving through exhaust • Domestic hot water pump controls • Regulate flow based on demand

  18. Potential Energy Savings Opportunities • Mechanical Commissioning & Repairs • Inspect, Analyze and Perform Preventative Maintenance on HVAC Equipment • Air Handlers, Chiller, Boilers, etc. • Repair Equipment as Necessary • $25,00 budget (“checkbook”) • Kitchen Equipment Enhancements • Exhaust Hood Controls • Reduce the amount of conditioned air exhausted • Freezer/Cooler Backup Generator Tie-In • Remain cool even during power outages • Less chance for food to spoil

  19. Potential Energy Savings Opportunities • PC Power Management System • Work with District’s IT Department • IT control of systems • Automatic shut-down with override • HVAC/Controls Service and Energy Management Agreement • 3-Year Program • Use Permanent Improvement and Maintenance Funds for other projects • Dynamics Air Filtration Systems • Improved Indoor Air Quality • Reduced Energy Costs and Reduced Maintenance Costs

  20. Potential Energy Savings Opportunities • District-Wide Energy Manager & Education Program • Continue the District Energy Management Plan • Change behaviors and establish expectations • District “Green Team” • Establish District Energy Goals • Student and Staff Incentive Programs • “Green Suggestions” Program • “Energy Waste Patrol” Program

  21. True Turn-Key Project • Turn-Key Project • Project Development • With District • Project Engineering • Energy • Mechanical • Electrical • Structural • Project Management • Full Warranty • Parts & Labor

  22. Financial Analysis • Project Cost: $1,011,220 • (includes estimated AMP rebates) $ 16,790 • Project Annual Savings: $ 118,910 • Electrical Savings: $ 80,780 • Natural Gas Savings: $ 18,340 • Maintenance Savings: $ 19,790 • Simple Payback: 8.5 Years Annual Cash Flow (after loan payment): $ 31,531

  23. Grants/Rebates • Grants & Rebates • Utilize the Ohio Dept. of Development’s Renewable Energy Grants to implement solar electric and solar thermal projects • AMP Ohio Rebates • Demand Response

  24. Why Choose Energy Optimizers, USA? • Why HB264 and Why Energy Optimizers, USA? • Implement all Opportunities at One Time • Positive Effect on Current Budgets (Operating, PI, etc.) • Positive PR if completed and presented correctly • Enhanced District Involvement • Ensure project integrates with new construction project • OSFC, OASBO, OSBA & BASA Supported Program • Vendor - Neutral • Does not Count Against the Districts Indebtedness • OSFC and Dept. of Energy Oversight

  25. Why Choose Energy Optimizers, USA? • Resolution Safety Contingencies • All Contingencies MUST be met to proceed: • Project cost must be the same or less than the budget; • Project savings must be the same or more than the budget; • The OSFC and the Dept. of Energy must review and approve the proposed project as submitted. • If any of these contingencies are not met, the district has no obligation to proceed, nor any monetary obligation.

  26. Potential Timeline / What Next if We Want to Proceed? • Review & Modify Project: February, 2012 • Board Review of Project: March, 2012 • Board Presentation & Approval: March 26 • Detailed Engineering: March 26 – May 20 • HB264 Project Delivered to OSFC: May 20 • HB264 Project Approval by OSFC: May 20 – July 15 • Financing Finalized: July 30 • Project Implementation: August 2 – • December 30, 2012

  27. Q & A • Questions & Answers • Thank You