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Update: BPA Emerging Technologies Presented to: Regional Technical Forum May 2010. Presented by: Jack Callahan, P.E., CEM, CMVP Emerging Technology Program Manager BPA Energy Efficiency . EE Emerging Technology (E3T) Synops is. Focus is on emerging technologies Utilize BPA strengths

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    1. Update: BPA Emerging TechnologiesPresented to:Regional Technical ForumMay 2010 Presented by: Jack Callahan, P.E., CEM, CMVP Emerging Technology Program Manager BPA Energy Efficiency

    2. EE Emerging Technology (E3T) Synopsis • Focus is on emerging technologies • Utilize BPA strengths • Regional scale and coordination • Utility relationships • Technical expertise and objectivity • Measurement & Verification (M&V) • Technology Management • Vision: A trusted source for emerging energy efficiency technologies and solutions, providing a steady stream of valued innovations to BPA, utilities, and end-users.

    3. BPA 2010 Emerging Technology Team Jack Callahan Program Manager jmcallahan@bpa.gov 503-230-4496 Ryan Fedie Engineering Manager jmcallahan@bpa.gov 503-230-4496 Mira Vowles Project Manager mkvowles@bpa,gov Kacie Bedney Project Manager kcbedney@bpa.gov Jack Zeiger ZeigerJ@energy.wsu.edu Rob Penny penneyr@energy.wsu.edu Jonathan Livingston Jonathan@Livingston-ei.com

    4. In 2005, Bonneville re-started its R&D program. • Bonneville created a series of “technology roadmaps” • The group has developed a Portfolio Philosophy, as well as a Portfolio Decision Framework. • The FY’09 portfolio includes 57 projects funded at about $7.5 million. • Takeaways • Technology Roadmaps • Portfolio Philosophy • Learn quickly & cheaply • Stage Gates

    5. NORTHWEST ENERGY EFFICIENCY TECHNOLOGY ROADMAP MARCH 2010 BPA Technology Innovation

    6. Prioritization: EE Technology Roadmap 2010 - Top 15 R&D

    7. Prioritization: EE Tech Roadmap 2010 - Top 15 Market/Programs

    8. Part 1 E3T -Technology Identification and Selection BPA E3T – Energy Efficiency Emerging Technology Program Lighting HVAC Selection Process Web Site Collaboration Energy Management • LightingTAG Ashland, NWPCC, E Source, Lighting Design Lab, LEI, Lighting Research Center, WSU Energy Program, e2co • HVAC TAG EWEB, NEEA, NYSERDA, SMUD, Davis Energy Group, NBI, MacDonald Miller, PSE, PAE, • LBNL, SCE, Arip, SCL, AHRI, BC Hydro, PG&E • Energy Management: New members needed for 2010. Technical Advisory Groups

    9. Emerging Technology Scope for BPA Consideration

    10. Scan Screen New Offer Assess Stage Gate 1 Stage Gate 2-4 Stage Gate 5 Stage Gate 6-7 Benefits & Potential Scorecard Identification Scorecard Funding Proposal Scorecard New Offer Documentation EE Qualified Measure List E3T Priority List E3T Technology Identification and Selection Process BPA Technology Innovation and Confirmation Technology Summary Project Proposal Technology Potential Project Portfolio E3T Intake List

    11. 2009 Lighting Technical Advisory Members

    12. 2009 HVAC Technical Advisory Members

    13. Prioritization: Technologies Reviewed by 2009Technical Advisory Groups

    14. Prioritization: Technologies Reviewed by 2009Technical Advisory Groups

    15. Technology Identification and Selection - Web Site

    16. Part 2 Portfolio of Assessment Projects BPA E3T – Energy Efficiency Emerging Technology Program PTHP with Occupancy Control Web-Enabled T-stats VRF Systems Smart Plug Strips Ductless Heat Pump Heat Pump Water Heater Demand Controlled Ventilation LED Demo

    17. Current BPA Technology Assessment Projects

    18. Current BPA Technology Assessment Projects

    19. Current BPA Technology Assessment Projects

    20. HPWH Lab Testing Synopsis Lab Testing of three new integrated units from major US manufacturers. Team: Ecotope, National Renewal Energy Lab (NREL), NEEA Spring 2010: Begin Lab testing

    21. HPWH Field Test Synopsis • EPRI nationwide testing of 200+ residential HPWHs • BPA will install 30 Treatment Sites • Snohomish will install 10 Treatment Sites • 10 Control Sites in our region • Monitor for: efficiency, performance, reliability, electric demand, application issues and customer behavior • Complimentary to HPWH Lab Testing Schedule • March 2010 - Request for Utility Participants • Spring 2010 – Start Installations

    22. Smart Strip Assessment Project Residential Load Growth Synopsis • Staff research, Collaboration with ETO • 2010 BPA program offering Accomplishments • Compilation of research • Results for ETO/Ecos field test • RTF Provisionally Deemed Expected Benefits • ~100 kWh/yr Energy Savings Tech Transfer/Application to BPA • Commercial Smart Plug Strips added to Implementation Manual April 2010 Project Direction/Next Steps • 1-year pilot • Post/Post/post Evaluation Plug Load

    23. PTHP w/ Occupancy Control Field Test Synopsis • Hotel/Motel PTHP/Occupancy Controls Field Test and energy savings determination. • This project is a combined effort between Inland Power & Light Company, Best Western Peppertree, BPA and EMP2 to investigate the energy • Phase I installation complete. Collecting data & preliminary analysis • Final Report to be issued by end of April 2010. Expected Benefits (annual) • PTHP Retrofit = 800~900kWh/room • PTAC/PTHP Occupancy = 400~500kWh/room Next Steps • Additional sites M&V • Development of Savings Calculator

    24. Premium Ventilation Assessment - Phase 1 Premium Ventilation Package Optimum start Resistance heat lockout Ventilation lockout Economizer control with integration Demand controlled ventilation (DCV) Variable speed drive (VSD) fan control Synopsis • Proof of Concept Field Test • Collaboration • Bonneville Power Administration • Eugene Water & Electric Board • Energy Trust of Oregon • NPCC Regional Technical Forum RTUG Accomplishments • Field test of 4 units Complete • The field test included development of measure specification, costs, and • preliminary savings projections • Identified New Project Direction

    25. Premium Ventilation Assessment ProjectDirection/NextSteps Phase 1 • Wrap up premium ventilation long term report • Complete heating savings analysis • Field proof of concept testing of DCV-IFC • Upgrade to Digital Controls • Two flavors of premium ventilation • Variable speed drive during idle • DCV based fan cycling • Phase 2: Expected Value Savings Development • Simulation • Limited field testing • Lab testing • Phase 3: Program Pilots with Evaluation – Next Summer

    26. Emerging Technology Lighting Demonstration Projects Synopsis LED down-light Demo:BPA will provide up to ten, LED down-lights to up to twenty utilities Emerging Technology Lighting Demonstration: Lighting Design Labto facilitate demos, working with serving utilities Outcomes Confirm product performance and installation barriers. Demonstrate and promote LED down lights to customers. Transfer of information through case studies. Develop incentive specifications and application guidelines.

    27. What’s Next: Lighting • Integrated Classroom Lighting System • User-friendly controls • High quality indirect lighting • 30% to 50% savings • Dimming for audiovisual presentations • Efficient fluorescent light fixtures • Bi-Level/Occupancy Control • 40% to 60% savings • Stairwells, Parking Garages, • Parking Lots, Offices • Combine with Fluorescent, LED • Solid State Lighting • On the Horizon • Mesopic Lighting • Wireless Controls • Plasma Lighting • Electron Stimulated Luminescence • OLED

    28. How to Participate - TAGs • E3T Technical Advisory Groups • Purpose: Regional and national experts submit, evaluate and prioritize emerging technologies and make recommendations to BPA through an in-depth guided process. • Participation: New members for Energy Management are needed for 2010. • Contact: Jack Callahan, BPA Energy Efficiency, jmcallahan@bpa.gov • Jack Zeiger, WSU Energy Program, zeigerj@energy.wsu.edu • Learn More: Visit the BPA Web site: www.bpa.gov/energy/n/emerging_technology/index.cfm

    29. How to Participate - Demonstrations • E3T Demonstration Projects • BPA-EPRI Heat Pump Water Heater (HPWH) field test. • Contact: Kacie Bedney, BPA, kcbedney@bpa.gov • BPA-EPRI Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) system field test. • Contact: Mira Vowles, BPA, mkvowles@bpa.gov • BPA Emerging Lighting Technology Demonstrations. • Contacts: Mira Vowles, BPA, mkvowles@bpa.gov • Jack Zeiger, WSU Energy Program, ZeigerJ@energy.wsu.edu

    30. Overview of Achievements and Next Steps

    31. BPA 2010 Emerging Technology Team Jack Callahan Program Manager jmcallahan@bpa.gov 503-230-4496 Ryan Fedie Engineering Manager jmcallahan@bpa.gov 503-230-4496 Mira Vowles Project Manager mkvowles@bpa,gov Kacie Bedney Project Manager kcbedney@bpa.gov Jack Zeiger ZeigerJ@energy.wsu.edu Rob Penny penneyr@energy.wsu.edu Jonathan Livingston Jonathan@Livingston-ei.com