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Energy Management. H. A. (Skip) Ingley, PhD, PE Associate Professor in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Office: rm 228, MAEB building Office phone 392-9929, home 377-0078, cell 284-0997 Email: ingley@ufl.edu Web site: http://plaza.ufl.edu/ingley or mae course website

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energy management
Energy Management

H. A. (Skip) Ingley, PhD, PE

Associate Professor in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Office: rm 228, MAEB building

Office phone 392-9929, home 377-0078, cell 284-0997

Email: ingley@ufl.edu

Web site: http://plaza.ufl.edu/ingley or mae course website

Homework and notes posted on web site daily.

Note: lectures purged periodically so keep up with these!

There is “board work” in class, so you need to come. Don’t just rely on Powerpoint notes.

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Grading –

Homework 25%

Exam No. 1 25%

Exam No. 2 25%

Project (written 20% and oral 5%) 25%

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Week of Topic

Jan 7 The Global Energy Perspective

Jan 14 Energy Assessment

Jan 21 Energy Audits

Jan 28 Energy Audits cont’d. Project assignment

Feb 4 Cost Estimating, SPB and LCC Analyses

Feb 11 Operational and Maintenance Conservation Measures

Feb 18 Energy Conservation Measures

Feb 25 Lighting ECMs

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Mar 3 Motor ECMs

Mar 5 Exam No. 1 (review during one period)

Mar 17 HVAC ECMs, heat recovery ECMs, alternative energy use

Mar 24 Energy Use Calculations

Mar 31 Refrigeration analysis, combustion analysis, environmental impacts

April 7 Green building technologies, LEEDs

April 14 Projects due, presentations in class

April 21 Exam No. 2

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World Energy Consumption

Year 1015Btu (1.055EJ, Exa Joules)

1970 207

1975 243

1980 285

1990 348

2001 404

2010 471

2020 568

2025 623

Source: International Energy Outlook 2001 and US DOE 2001

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North American Oil Consumption

Year 1015Btu (1.055EJ, Exa Joules)

1990 40.4

2001 45.9

2010 54.2

2020 64.3

2025 69.3

Source: International Energy Outlook 2003 and US DOE 2003

Note: world oil consumption for 2020 is projected at 250 Quads, North America would be about 28% of that. North America population is 6.7% of world population.

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(2000-2025) Total World Oil Resources US Resources

Proved Reserves 1,212 billion barrels 22.45

Reserve Growth 730 billion barrels 76.03

Undiscovered 938 billion barrels 83.03

Includes crude oil and natural gas plant liquids

Energy content: 5.8x106 Btu/bbl

1,212 billion barrels is approx.

equal to 7030 Quads. We ave. 244 Quads/yr consumption for this time period for a total of 6100 Quads!! That leaves enough to get to 2029 if we could keep the use at 244 Quads/yr.

Source:US Geological Survey, 2000

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EJ = Exa(1018)Joules

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PRODUCTION - United States (1998)

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CONSUMPTION - United States (1998)

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Consumptionin 1997by sector: - United States

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Consumption - United States  vs.  World  (1998)

wedges for mitigation
Wedges for mitigation

“For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong.”

H. L. Mencken

we need at least 7 wedges
We need at least 7 wedges

William Chameides

responses among the states

GHG Emissions Targets

Climate Action Plans

Renewable Portfolios

GHG Reporting Registries

Efficiency Standards

Regional Climate Initiatives

Responses among the states

The costs of climate change for Florida are possibly the highest of any state

florida emissions among us states
Florida emissions among US states

Florida

Overall, Florida ranks 6th among the states in total CO2 emissions

Center for Climate Strategies

gains from efficiency renewables
Gains from efficiency & renewables
  • The Bottom Line
  • 45% of Florida’s electric power can be met by efficiency savings and renewables by 2023.
  • Florida generates 0.1% from renewables; national average = 2.3%.
  • Savings in electricity costs over 15 years could total $84 billion.

Source: ACEEE 2007