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  1. The EIG Energy Grand Buffet™One-Stop Comprehensive Pathway to Maximize Energy Cost Control with the Latest Technology Advances Tomorrow’s Energy Standards Today

  2. Worldwide electricity demand and prices are projected to continue to rise significantly for the foreseeable future www.energyinnovation.net

  3. The first step to materially cut energy cost is through the use of the ‘best available technology’ Delivered commercial energy consumption per capita– from the U.S. Department of Energy/EIA Annual Energy Outlook 2010 www.energyinnovation.net

  4. The Energy Grand Buffet™ comprehensive approach EIG has integrated the broad spectrum of energy technology into a big picture approach to lighting, HVAC, controls, sensor systems, solar, water efficiency, computer power management, window film, cool roofs, and many others. The failure to be comprehensive can often cost the most energy efficient facilities an unnecessary 8% to 12% of their energy bill, and less efficient facilities an unnecessary 30% to 50%. Tomorrow’s Energy Standards Today www.energyinnovation.net

  5. The latest energy technology advances As part of the Energy Grand Buffet™ approach to energy efficiency, EIG identifies and brings the latest advances in traditional, renewable and emerging technologies to the mainstream market for energy savings opportunities that go far beyond conventional approaches and what most facility managers believed was available or even possible. Tomorrow’s Energy Standards Today www.energyinnovation.net

  6. Seeking out advanced technology gems To identify technology ‘gems’, EIG works internationally with: Utilities ..…………….………………. that approve technology for rebates Contractors ..…….............…..…….. that install equipment for customers Customers ..………..…………..…… that use equipment in their facilities Universities and R&D companies ....that develop technologies Engineering companies…..…………that consult in product design Testing laboratories …………..……..that test new products Venture capital firms……….……..….that finance new technologies Tomorrow’s Energy Standards Today www.energyinnovation.net

  7. Broad range of cost reduction opportunities New HVAC systems ... Potentially save up to 70% with the latest generation of the most energy efficient HVAC and chiller optimization equipment HVAC efficiency Huge savings with a wide range of controls, CO and CO2 and other sensor systems, window film, and ultraviolet emitters Lighting technology Save to 80% for buildings, garages, parking lots, and street lights with latest fluorescent, LED, induction, HID lighting, and controls Computer power management … PC network software reduces energy cost during periods on non use and improves IT department efficiency Water efficiency ….. Save up to 70% with low flow restroom fixtures, landscape water use, water recycling and water use for facility operations www.energyinnovation.net

  8. A showcase of the latest advances in traditional and emerging technologies Technology Page Overview of Technologies ------------------ 9 Daylight Harvesting Ballasts ------------------ 14 LED lighting ------------------ 16 Smartcool HVAC Cycle Manager Unit ------------------ 22 HVAC Ultraviolet Emitters ------------------ 23 Computer Power Management ------------------ 25 Turbocor Oil-Free Compressor ------------------ 26 CO2 Sensor System ------------------ 32 Solar Protection Window Film ------------------ 36 CO Sensor Systems ------------------ 38 Hotel Keycard Energy System ------------------ 39 Solar Energy ------------------ 42 Delta P Pressure Independent Water Flow Control Valve ------------------ 43 Diesel Emergency Generator Heat Pump ------------------ 46 FANWALL System ------------------ 47 www.energyinnovation.net

  9. Advances in traditional and emerging technologies -1 www.energyinnovation.net

  10. Advances in traditional and emerging technologies - 2 www.energyinnovation.net

  11. Advances in traditional and emerging technologies - 3 www.energyinnovation.net

  12. Advances in traditional and emerging technologies - 4 www.energyinnovation.net

  13. Advances in traditional and emerging technologies - 5 www.energyinnovation.net

  14. Daylight Harvesting Ballast Daylight Harvesting Ballast reduces fluorescent lighting cost an average 40-50% in areas that receive daylight. When the ballast photo-sensor senses outdoor light, power is automatically reduced. Fixed level dimming is available. Unique product eliminates expensive controls and wiring runs required for older generation technology. www.energyinnovation.net

  15. University of Louisville daylight harvesting result www.energyinnovation.net

  16. LED lighting is becoming mainstream LED lighting technology, which can save over 80% of the cost of incandescent, flood, spot, MR-16, and HID lighting for interior space, parking garages, outdoor lighting, and street lighting, has significantly advanced during the last 24 months.  The light output, lumens per watt, cost-effectiveness, lighting quality and a standard 5-year warranty, for the first time, make LEDs a compelling investment.  LEDs are mercury-free and do not have the disposal and pollution concerns of mercury-containing fluorescent and compact fluorescent lighting. LEDs long life produces huge maintenance savings.  www.energyinnovation.net

  17. Why LED lighting is important U.S. DOE has chosen energy smart LED lighting to play a key role in reducing electric light consumption in the U.S. by 50% by 2025 U.S. DOE quote “LED lighting has the potential to reduce lighting energy use by 50% percent, and to revolutionize the efficiency, appearance and quality of lighting. No other lighting technology offers so much potential to save energy, at a time when our nation needs bold solutions to vastly reduce our energy consumption.” www.energyinnovation.net

  18. LED lamps are the better system Philips, the world’s 2nd largest manufacturer of incandescent and fluorescent lamps states that LED lamps are the better system “We are not spending one dollar on research and development for compact fluorescent lamps.” - Kaj den Daas, Chairman and Chief Executive, Philips lighting Philips is the 2nd largest lamp manufacturer with a 26% global market share Committing the bulk of R & D budget to LED lamp research and expects LED lamps to be 20% of professional market sales, near term Yesterday’s Technology www.energyinnovation.net

  19. LED product features and benefits • Uses up to 84% less electricity than incandescent • Typical payback 12 to 36 months, based on hours and electric rate • Up to 50,000 hour lifespan for lamp maintenance & disposal savings • Emulates the look, feel and performance of incandescent & halogen • Smooth beam pattern provides superior uniformity without shadows • Contains no mercury, lead or other hazardous materials, fully recyclable www.energyinnovation.net

  20. LED application at Cartier Standard for all Cartier stores - 8W LED replaced 20W halogen LED MR-16DM Reduced Energy Consumption Achieved lighting requirements using 60% less energy Quality illumination providing both definition & sparkle Reduced Maintenance Costs Eliminates lamp maintenance for up to 5.7 years @ 24/7/365 Lasts 50,000 hours – up to 25X’s longer than halogen Environmentally Friendly Contains no mercury and is fully recyclable Radiates no UV or IR, will not discolor or heat surfaces or objects Reduces global warming by decreasing greenhouse gas emissions www.energyinnovation.net

  21. LED application for bay lighting Garage and Canopy Lighting Energy smart – lower power consumption & higher efficiency uses less electricity by using it more efficiently Sustainable - use less energy, save money on electricity, conserve natural resources and generate less pollution Longer system life - reduces lamp replacement, Maintenance, disposal and liability costs Typical applications include parking garages, canopies, storerooms www.energyinnovation.net

  22. HVAC cycle manager unit (CMU) The HVAC cycle manager unit (CMU) typically saves 12% to18% on compressors with one or two stages of on/off control for A/C, refrigeration and heat pump systems.  HVAC often is controlled by an on/off thermostat with no EMS capability. Duty Cyclers don’t adjust to dynamic conditions.  With the CMU retrofitted to HVAC, an EMS algorithm ensures the compressor operates at higher average suction pressure, enhancing heat removal efficiency.  When demand conditions permit, the CMU shuts off the compressor at varying times each cycle, similar to a coasting condition, while keeping temperature within the set-point range.  The # of cycles increases nominally, within guidelines.   www.energyinnovation.net

  23. HVAC ultraviolet emitters All HVAC systems attract mold, which fouls coils and reduces heat transfer. Bacteria and viruses deteriorate indoor air quality. UVC, as with water treatment, food processing, and hospital clean rooms, destroys the DNA of mold, bacteria, and virus micro-organisms. UVC emitters are installed downstream of the coils in an HVAC application. The UVC cleans coils, returning heat transfer to near original levels, and dramatically improving IAQ. This reduces energy cost, eliminates coil and drain pan cleaning, greatly reduces absenteeism and improves productivity. www.energyinnovation.net

  24. HVAC ultraviolet (UVC) emitter technologyUVC cleans coils and greatly improves indoor air quality Coil fouling is demonstrated on samples taken from coils prior to installation of UVC. The UVC eradicates bacteria and mold as demonstrated from samples off the same coil 30 days after UVC installation. Sample taken before Steril-Aire Sample taken after Steril-Aire www.energyinnovation.net

  25. Computer Power Management Computer Power Management software reduces energy cost during periods of non-use, especially when IT is involved in maintenance operations. The system can be used for a large number of computers in a single location or in locations nationally with estimated average savings of $50 per year per computer in high cost utility areas. Reports are provided pre and post installation for energy cost per computer. Many utilities pay substantial rebates. No-cost demonstrations can be provided. www.energyinnovation.net

  26. Turbocor - Oil-free compressor technologyTurbocor oil-free compressor retrofit reducing HVAC costs up to 70% This revolutionary compressor technology provides efficiencies up to 30% better than any other compressor in its size range with the added value of being extraordinarily quiet and virtually vibration free.— 2003 AHR Expo Innovation Awards Turbocoroil-free compressor www.energyinnovation.net

  27. Redefining the compressor • With built-in VFD,compressors match cooling load at 60 tons to 700 tons + • Compact (approx.1/5 ordinary compressor size) • Light (Less than 270lb) • Quiet (less than 70dB at full load) • Virtually frictionless (magnetic bearings) • On board digital electronics • Energy efficient and oil-free www.energyinnovation.net

  28. Turbocor refrigerant compressor system Computerized, oil-free compressor system with VFDs and magnetic bearings reduces energy use up to 70%. It has only one moving part, is quiet, virtually vibration free and approximately 1/5 the size and weight of conventional compressors. Startup uses under 2 amps, compared to 500 + for conventional compressors. www.energyinnovation.net

  29. Whether its 60 to 120 tons or 720 tons - - - Turbocor starts on less than 2 amps www.energyinnovation.net

  30. ASHRAE Study 601 on compressor efficiency The vast majority of installed chillers have an excess amount of oil in the cooling system. The oil requirement in the refrigerant charge of compressors reduces system efficiency often over 20%. Loss of Efficiency Percent Oil in System www.energyinnovation.net

  31. Conventional compressors can have significant energy loss Percent Oil in System In ten (10) chillers tested in an ASHRAE study, the average overcharge of oil in the system was 12.88%; this equated to an average 21% energy loss. www.energyinnovation.net

  32. CO2 Sensor SystemEliminate excess outside air ventilation beyond actual occupancy needs CO2 sensor systems, placed in zones throughout a building, eliminate the high cost of excessive outside air use for building ventilation. Outside air is pre-set for maximum expected occupancy. When occupancy is below maximum level, there is often up to 500% over ventilation, wasting energy to heat or cool unnecessary levels of outside air. Sensors detect CO2 from occupants and adjust outside air to match real time occupancy needs for fresh air ventilation, resulting in a major reduction of unnecessary heating or cooling of outside air. www.energyinnovation.net

  33. CO2 sensor technology savings opportunity The design level for outside air is generally far in excess of average occupancy levels Many buildings have adjusted outside air settings, which are in excess of the design levels Major savings can be produced by eliminating the use of excessive amounts of outside air www.energyinnovation.net

  34. CO2 sensor savings for Shoppers Drug Mart • 1,050 stores – 4-5 sensors / store • Energy savings payback <2 Yrs • 150 stores converted • Saving >30,000,000 kWh/yr • 18% energy savings per store www.energyinnovation.net

  35. Cinemark movie theaters CO2 sensor system CO2 & dew point economizer control in Southern California • 15 theatres, 179 screens, 36,700 seats • Saves average of 35 kWh/Year or $5 per seat/year • Annual savings of $183,500 • Annual energy savings – 1,284,500 kWh www.energyinnovation.net

  36. Solar protection window film Window Film can block up to 80% of solar heat to reduce energy cost and increase comfort. Heat is lowered up to 12°F in the space, reducing peak demand on HVAC. www.energyinnovation.net

  37. Solar protection window film options to fit your needs • Visibly clear film reduces heat to 50% without changing appearance • Tinted film cut heat up to 80% reduce glare and provide tinted look • Reflective film reduce heat 80% with modern reflective look • Graffiti protection film coating protects windows against scratching • Security film prevents shattering of glass from explosion or attempted break-ins www.energyinnovation.net

  38. CO sensor system CO sensor systems with VFDs reduces 80% to 90% of the energy cost to operate exhaust fans in enclosed parking garages. Instead of running fans during all hours of garage operation, the sensor/VFD system operates the fans at a low base level of ventilation and ramps up only as required if the sensors detect carbon monoxide. This keeps air circulating and avoids turning fan motors on and off during the day. www.energyinnovation.net

  39. Hotel room key card energy system Reduces room energy costs 20% to 45% by controlling energy use when a room is unoccupied. When entering rooms, guests place the key card in an entry area slot to turn on HVAC, selected lighting and power outlets. When a guest leaves the room and removes the keycard, HVAC, lighting and power outlets revert to energy saving levels set by management which maintains guest comfort. www.energyinnovation.net

  40. Holiday Inn reduces energy cost with keycard energy control system MADISON, Wis. (May 2005) – Reducing HVAC costs in unoccupied rooms, Holiday Inn and Suites in Madison, Wisconsin will save over $17,000 a year for its 157 guestrooms.   40% to 80% of a hotel’s energy costs is from heating and cooling guest rooms. It’s an important cost, which can be controlled by using guest room energy management. “Energy costs represent a large operating expenditure in our industry,  By installing these controls, we were able to lower our hotel’s energy costs, positively impacting our operating profit margins.” When the guest leaves the room, the controls send a signal to the thermostat that relaxes the HVAC to a predetermined unoccupied set point. When the guests return, the system readjusts to meet guest comfort requirements. Guests control the temperature when they are in the room.  www.energyinnovation.net

  41. The Westin Convention Center- Pittsburgh reduces energy cost with keycard energy control system “We installed the Energize Energy management system in May of 2003. The payback after installation for this system was 18 months. After 5 months it looks like the payback will be less than 12 months.” “The guests find this system very easy to use and after some training from the front desk, they are completely satisfied.” “The installation went smoothly and with any project this size the small amount of problems that we have had were handle very quickly.” www.energyinnovation.net

  42. Solar Energy Solar energy opportunities have evolved fromthe latest technology advances to provide greater application flexibility, lower costs, and the ability to upgrade for continuing technology advances. Systems can be installed with no-capital-outlay under a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA). Under the PPA, the solar company provides and owns the equipment. The host company pays only for the energy produced at a price expected to always be below the utility price. www.energyinnovation.net

  43. Delta P pressure independent water flow control valve Maintains optimum coil performance in chilled water systems by stabilizing water flow through the coils regardless of demand level. www.energyinnovation.net

  44. Pressure independent variable primary flow www.energyinnovation.net

  45. Pressure independent 2-way control valve www.energyinnovation.net

  46. Diesel emergency generator heat pump The diesel emergency generator heat pump takes over the function of a block heater to maintain standby temperatures of the diesel generator to save 70% to 80% of the energy cost. The block heater typically maintains generator stand by temperature often between 900F and 1200F. The heat pump has an efficiency level 4 times greater than the block heater. www.energyinnovation.net

  47. FANWALL system Reduces energy cost to 50% versus large centrifugal and vaneaxial fans. FANWALL replaces inefficient, noisy, vibrating, unreliable fans with a bank of high-efficiency fan modules with VFDs built into a fan wall. Easily brought into fan the room, assembled into a “fan wall” and installed. Cuts sound and vibration, provides redundancy, great reliability and easy maintenance. www.energyinnovation.net

  48. The steps of an energy strategy • Big-picture objectives established for facility or company-wide cost reduction • Data collection and facility audit to identify broad range of opportunities • Analysis and specification of the most cost-effective energy saving options • Comprehensive report of opportunities with recommendations and economics • Complete requirements for all available utility and government incentives • Arrange and oversee installation completion by contractor network • Structure and arrange no-capital-outlay, savings-funded projects Tomorrow’s Energy Standards Today www.energyinnovation.net

  49. Immediate action steps to reduce energy cost Focus on the big picture of “what is possible” for energy savings and return on investment targets Complete detailed assessment of facilities, develop and evaluate energy savings options, and economic analysis Develop Opportunity Report of action and economics for one-stop, concept through completion energy strategy Tomorrow’s Energy Standards Today www.energyinnovation.net

  50. Energy Innovation GroupThe Pathway to Profit >>> Energy Innovation Group, LLC 11965 Venice Blvd. Ste. 408 Los Angeles, CA 90066 Phone: 310-313-1917 Fax: 310-313-7605 Info@energyinnovation.net www.energyinnovation.net Tomorrow’s Energy Standards Today