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state of wisconsin s opportunities clean energy wisconsin energy efficiency in manufacturing

State of Wisconsin’s Opportunities: Clean Energy Wisconsin & Energy Efficiency in Manufacturing

Maria Redmond

Grants Manager/Biofuels Sector Specialist

Office of Energy Independence

overview
Overview

Office of Energy Independence (OEI)

Clean Energy Wisconsin

American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA) 2009

Project Financing Opportunities

office of energy independence oei
Office of Energy Independence (OEI)

History

Created in April 2007

Designated the State of Wisconsin’s Energy Office

Purpose/Goal

Achieve 25 % renewable resources for electrical sources and liquid fuels by 2025

Capture 10% of emerging bioindustry market

Continue to lead the nation in bioindustry research and development

Organization

Business Development, Community Development (EI Communities), Biofuels, Bioproducts, Biopower, WI Energy Stats

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Clean Energy Wisconsin
  • Governor Doyle’s Plan, Launched in Spring 2008
  • Promote an Affordable, Renewable, and Diverse Energy Supply
  • Increase percentage of renewable fuels sold as motor fuels in Wisconsin, currently 3.5%
  • Reduce spending on electricity, currently $5.7 billion a year
  • Rely less on purchasing fuel for electricity from other states.
  • Increase economic activity and percentage of renewable fuels used to generate electricity and, currently around 5%, generating $184 million a year for the economy.
  • Producing 25 percent of the state’s electricity from renewable sources in Wisconsin would generate nearly $1 billion for the Wisconsin economy.
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Clean Energy Wisconsin
  • Improve Our Environment
  • Continue emphasizing efficiency and promoting cost-saving alternative fuels,
  • Citizens and businesses can reduce greenhouse gas emissions, prevent water pollution, and reduce the state’s overall impact on the environment.
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Clean Energy Wisconsin
  • Target Investments in Job Creation and New BusinessOpportunities
  • Renewable energy industry estimated to become a multi-billion dollar industry,
  • Wisconsin has the farms, fields, forest and factories to be a leader in this market.
  • Capturing 10 percent of this market would generate billions each year for our economy and create nearly 20,000 new jobs.
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Clean Energy Wisconsin
  • Governor Doyle’s Plan, Launched in Spring 2008
  • Area of Investment: Energy Efficiency
  • Energy efficient homes, transit, and businesses will dramatically lower costs and Wisconsin’s impact on the environment.
  • Wisconsin has several initiatives to provide resources for residents and businesses to become more energy efficient through weatherization and other cost-effective technologies.
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Clean Energy Wisconsin
  • State Energy Efficiency Program - Focus on Energy
  • Wisconsin utilities contribute1.25 percent of their annual operating revenue for efficiency and renewable energy programs.
  • Generates $94 million of revenue over 18 months for investment in energy efficiency projects
  • In 2006, Focus on Energy helped over 12,800 Wisconsin businesses reduce their energy consumption and generate over $22.6 million in annual energy savings.
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Clean Energy Wisconsin
  • Research, Development and Manufacturing:
  • Working to develop new low-carbon liquid fuels from biochemicals.
  • Improve the efficiency of ethanol and biodiesel production.
  • Piloting the next generation of hybrid batteries needed for plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs).
  • Improve and Implement Smart Grid Development
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Clean Energy Wisconsin
  • Research, Development and Manufacturing:
  • Producing highly energy-efficient thermal management systems and components used in light, medium and heavy-duty vehicles, HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) equipment, industrial equipment, refrigeration systems, fuel cells and electronics.
  • Manufacturing high intensity fluorescent lighting systems that drastically reduce electricity consumption and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Tap into Wisconsin’s resources - Biomass to Energy
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American Recovery & Reinvestment (ARRA)
  • Basic Info
  • Signed into Law February 2009
  • Supports worthwhile new infrastructure projects
  • Create jobs and investments in research and alternative energy projects
  • Programs Relevant in Wisconsin to Manufacturing
  • Save Energy Now: U.S. DOE - Industrial Technologies Program – WisconSEN
  • State Energy Program – Clean Energy Loan Program
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ARRA Programs
  • Save Energy Now: Industrial Technologies Program – WisconSEN
  • Partnership between U.S. DOE, OEI and Focus on Energy
  • Complete Energy Savings Assessments (ESA) and provide follow-up project implementation assistance;
  • Conduct Save Energy Now (SEN) training events and outreach;
  • Provide American National Standards Institute (ANSI) pilots at Wisconsin industrial facilities,
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ARRA Programs
  • Save Energy Now: Industrial Technologies Program – WisconSEN
  • Increase industrial project energy savings through implementation of ESA recommendations, supported by project grants and technical and decision-making support to industrial facilities;
  • Promote new, emerging technologies through demonstrations and case studies.
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ARRA Programs
  • Save Energy Now: Industrial Technologies Program – WisconSEN
  • Three and half year project
  • Phase 1: $350,000 (ARRA), Phase 2: $845,000 (Non-ARRA)
  • 52 DOE Energy Savings Assessments & 43 IAC Industrial assessments
  • Recommendations from these assessments will be supported through the partners in this program
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ARRA Programs
  • Save Energy Now: Industrial Technologies Program – WisconSEN
  • Six DOE Technology Assessment Trainings that will support customer analysis and decision-making
  • Wisconsin will develop three beta test sites for new American National Standards Institute (ANSI) energy efficiency protocol
  • Phase 2, two to three emerging technology demonstrations will be conducted
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ARRA Programs
  • Save Energy Now: Industrial Technologies Program – WisconSEN
  • How do you get involved:
    • Contact Focus on Energy Industrial Program if interested in Assessments, ANSI pilots, or new technology demonstration
    • Craig ScheppFocus on Energy/ SAIC5609 Medical Circle DriveMadison, Wisconsin  53719608-277-2948
    • CRAIG.E.SCHEPP@saic.com
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ARRA Programs
  • State Energy Program - Clean Energy Loan Program
  • $55 million
  • Focused on manufacturing
  • Low interest (2%) loans to businesses that promote:
  • Major renewable energy production projects,
  • Manufacturing of clean energy products,
  • Advanced manufacturing of clean energy components,
  • Retooling to provide component parts and other critical needs for a successful totally integrated supply chain, and
  • Improve industrial users’ competitiveness though energy efficiency and renewable energy deployment

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ARRA Programs
  • State Energy Program - Clean Energy Loan Program
  • Application Guidelines:
  • For profit manufacturing businesses
  • First come, first served
  • Contact your Area Development Managers (Commerce)
  • Submit an initial application –
    • Loan for 25% of project costs, Some grants
    • Jobs, energy saved, energy produced, value of the project
    • Special consideration for projects with necessary financing, permits and ability to implement
  • Commerce/OEI will review and invite back for a full proposal

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ARRA Programs
  • 0% Loans for Industrial Energy Efficiency Projects
  • Department of Commerce & Focus on Energy Partnership
  • Goal is to accelerate the installation of industrial energy efficiency projects
  • Combination of Loan and Focus Incentives
  • Complete an energy efficiency project with essentially no money down and get a year of energy savings before having to make a payment

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ARRA Programs
  • Program Criteria
  • Eligibility: Energy efficiency projects at WI industrial facilities
  • Loan Term: 12 months to 18 months
  • Interest Rate: 0%
  • Minimum Principal: $100,00
  • Maximum Principal: Up to 70% of total project cost
  • Payments: One balloon payment at end of loan term, no extensions
  • Available funds $10-12 million
  • Program funds will be allocated based on those first to fully complete applications. Companies are encouraged to bundle two or more eligible projects and/or projects located at multiple sites into one loan application.

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ARRA Programs

How do you get involved:

Project Development:

Dave Jenkins

OEI, Director of Commercialization and Market Development

(608) 264-7651

davidj.jenkins@wisconsin.gov

Specific Program Information:

Amy Cumblad

Department of Commerce

(608) 266-2688

amy.cumblad@wisconsin.gov

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resources
Resources
  • American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA) 2009
  • www.recovery.gov
  • Wisconsin Office of Recovery & Reinvestment
  • www.recovery.wisconsin.gov
  • OEI
  • www.energyindependence.gov
  • Commerce
  • www.commerce.state.wi.us
  • PSC (Focus on Energy)
  • www.focusonenergy.org

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