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  1. Facility Management  Utility Partnership Dean Stanberry October 14, 2010

  2. Agenda • Whatis Facility Management? • UnderstandingEnergy Management • Developing a Plan • Design Considerations • FundingOpportunities

  3. What is Facility Management? The International Facility Management Association (IFMA) defines FM as; "…a profession thatencompasses multiple disciplines to ensurefunctionality of the builtenvironment by integrating people, place, processand technology." Facility Manager’s may share the same job title, but no two perform identical functions, roles and responsibilities.

  4. Understanding Energy Management • DOE: A Primer on Electric Utilities, Deregulation, and Restructuring in U.S. Electric Markets (May 2002, V2.0) • IFMA Foundation: Sustainability "How-To" Guides • National Institute of Building Sciences: Whole Building Design Guide • GSA: Office of Federal High Performance Federal Green Buildings • High Performance Buildings Magazine For facility managers with little to no exposure to energy management, some investigation is in order to become familiar with the principles.

  5. Developing a Plan • Energy Star: Guidelines for Energy Management Overview • Energy Star: Buildings & Plants • Energy Star: Tools & Resources • EPA: Green Power Partnership • EPA: Power Profiler • IFMA Foundation: EPA's Energy Star Portfolio Manager White Paper • Energy Star: Portfolio Manager • FM Benchmarking Developing a plan requires an understanding of where you are today - your baseline. From there you can start to map out a path to improvement.

  6. Design Considerations • Green-e Renewables • DOE: Federal Energy Management Program – New Technologies • DOE: Federal Energy Management Program – Energy Efficient Products • DOE: Federal Energy Management Program – Renewable Energy • DOE: Federal Energy Management Program – Distributed Energy Resources • DOE: Saving Energy in Data Centers • The National Academies: Federal Facilities Council Once you understand “what” you want to improve, there are often many options as to “how” to improve it.

  7. Funding Opportunities General Resources • Colorado Govenor’sEnergy Office (GEO) • Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies • General List of Energy Providers • Electric Power Utilities • EPA: Green Building - Funding Opportunities Incentives & Rebates • DSIRE: Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency • Xcel Energy: Business When exploring funding options, it helps to first survey the landscape before choosing a particular path.

  8. Funding Opportunities Performance Contracting • Energy Star: Introduction to Performance Contracting • EPC Watch • Energy Efficiency Guide for Colorado Businesses-Performance Contracting • BOMA: Energy Performance Contracting Model • RMI: Energy Performance Contracting for New Buildings Energy Services Companies (ESCO’s) • National Association of Energy Service Companies (NAESCO) Paid From Savings • USGBC: The Paid-From-Savings Guide to Green Existing Buildings–Exec. Summary There are lots of options – if you just know where to look!

  9. Dean Stanberry Cell: (720) 877-1521 mdstanberry@comcast.net http://www.linkedin.com/in/deanstanberry A copy of this presentation may bedownloaded from my LinkedIn profileunder the BOX.Net application- PowerPoint Slideshow:Facility Management-Utility Partnership.101014.ppsAdobe Acrobat:Facility Management-Utility Partnership.101014.pdf IFMA Foundation USGBC Colorado