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Green Real Estate/

Energy Efficiency

Real Estate Webinar Series

who are we
Who are we
  • Partner Energy is a nationwide provider of energy efficiency consulting services
  • Over the past 12 months Partner Energy has executed benchmarking studies, audits, and energy modeling on over 275 properties and 13.5 million SF in 32 states
  • Sister Company to Partner Engineering and Science, a nationwide provider of environmental and building due diligence services. www.partneresi.com

www.ptrenergy.com | 888-826-1216

who are we1
Who are we
  • Our staff of Energy Engineers have over 50 years of experience and hold various designations including:
    • Professional Engineer (“PE”)
    • Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (“LEED AP”)
    • Certified Energy Managers (“CEM”)
    • Building Performance Institute Certified(“BPI”)
    • Home Energy Rating System Analyst (“HERS”)

www.ptrenergy.com | 888-826-1216

mission statement
Mission Statement

Partner Energy works with building owners to identify accretive energy efficiency projects that meet their sustainability goals and satisfy their capital investment return criteria.

www.ptrenergy.com | 888-826-1216

green real estate energy efficiency webinar series
Green Real Estate/Energy Efficiency Webinar Series
  • Jan 12th The Importance of “Green Real Estate” in

Attracting Investors and Tenants

  • Feb 9th Energy Benchmarking in Commercial Real Estate
  • Mar 9th Commercial Real Estate Energy Disclosure Laws
  • Apr 6th Commercial Real Estate Energy Audits
  • May 4th Implementation, Verification, & Tracking
  • Jun 1st Financing Energy Efficient & Renewable Energy Projects

www.ptrenergy.com | 888-826-1216

green real estate energy efficiency webinar series1
Green Real Estate/Energy Efficiency Webinar Series
  • Jan 12th The Importance of “Green Real Estate” in

Attracting Investors and Tenants

  • Feb 9th Energy Benchmarking in Commercial Real Estate
  • Mar 9th Commercial Real Estate Energy Disclosure Laws
  • Apr 6th Commercial Real Estate Energy Audits
  • May 4th Implementation, Verification, & Tracking
  • Jun 1st Financing Energy Efficient & Renewable Energy Projects

www.ptrenergy.com | 888-826-1216

green real estate energy efficiency webinar series2
Green Real Estate/Energy Efficiency Webinar Series
  • Jan 12th The Importance of “Green Real Estate” in Attracting Investors and Tenants
  • Feb 9th Energy Benchmarking in Commercial Real Estate
  • Mar 9th Commercial Real Estate Energy Disclosure Laws
  • Apr 6th Commercial Real Estate Energy Audits
  • May 4th Implementation, Verification, & Tracking
  • Jun 1st Financing Energy Efficient & Renewable Energy Projects

www.ptrenergy.com | 888-826-1216

green real estate energy efficiency webinar series3
Green Real Estate/Energy Efficiency Webinar Series
  • Jan 12th The Importance of “Green Real Estate” in

Attracting Investors and Tenants

  • Feb 9th Energy Benchmarking in Commercial Real Estate
  • Mar 9th Commercial Real Estate Energy Disclosure Laws
  • Apr 6th Commercial Real Estate Energy Audits
  • May 4th Implementation, Verification, & Tracking
  • Jun 1st Financing Energy Efficient & Renewable Energy Projects

www.ptrenergy.com | 888-826-1216

green real estate energy efficiency webinar series4
Green Real Estate/Energy Efficiency Webinar Series
  • Jan 12th The Importance of “Green Real Estate” in

Attracting Investors and Tenants

  • Feb 9th Energy Benchmarking in Commercial Real Estate
  • Mar 9th Commercial Real Estate Energy Disclosure Laws
  • Apr 6th Commercial Real Estate Energy Audits
  • May 4th Implementation, Verification, & Tracking
  • Jun 1st Financing Energy Efficient & Renewable Energy Projects

www.ptrenergy.com | 888-826-1216

green real estate energy efficiency webinar series5
Green Real Estate/Energy Efficiency Webinar Series
  • Jan 12th The Importance of “Green Real Estate” in

Attracting Investors and Tenants

  • Feb 9th Energy Benchmarking in Commercial Real Estate
  • Mar 9th Commercial Real Estate Energy Disclosure Laws
  • Apr 6th Commercial Real Estate Energy Audits
  • May 4th Implementation, Verification, & Tracking
  • Jun 1st Financing Energy Efficient & Renewable Energy Projects

www.ptrenergy.com | 888-826-1216

green real estate energy efficiency webinar series6
Green Real Estate/Energy Efficiency Webinar Series
  • Jan 12th The Importance of “Green Real Estate” in

Attracting Investors and Tenants

  • Feb 9th Energy Benchmarking in Commercial Real Estate
  • Mar 9th Commercial Real Estate Energy Disclosure Laws
  • Apr 6th Commercial Real Estate Energy Audits
  • May 4th Implementation, Verification, & Tracking
  • Jun 1st Financing Energy Efficient & Renewable Energy Projects

www.ptrenergy.com | 888-826-1216

what is energy benchmarking
What is Energy Benchmarking
  • Energy Benchmarking allows building owners to:
    • Quantify a building’s energy consumption
    • Compare a building’s energy performance to other similar buildings
    • Track the performance of implemented projects

www.ptrenergy.com | 888-826-1216

energy benchmarking
Energy Benchmarking
  • Key Building Energy Performance Metrics:
    • Energy Star Performance Rating (1-100)
    • Energy Intensity (kBtu/SF/yr)
    • Cost ($/SF)
    • GHG Emissions (CO2e/yr)

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quantifying and comparing
Quantifying and Comparing
  • Key Energy Performance Metrics: Historical Utility Data
    • Electricity – kWh
    • Gas – Therms
    • Total Energy Consumption – kBtu
    • Total Energy Cost - $
    • Greenhouse Gas Emissions – CO2e
  • Intensity on a per SF Basis – kBtu/SF, $/SF, CO2/SF
    • Allows comparison of buildings of different sizes

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energy performance factors
Energy Performance Factors
  • Location and climate
  • Building Size
  • Hours of operation
  • Building Loads
    • Number of occupants
    • Computers
    • Data centers
  • Usage
    • % Conditioned Space
    • Parking
    • Retail, office, warehouse

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energy star portfolio manager
Energy Star Portfolio Manager
  • EPA and DOE developed Cost-Effective Energy Benchmarking Tool
    • Adjustments for building operating characteristics
      • Building Size
      • Location
      • Building Loads – People/PCs/Operating Hours
      • Usage
    • Compares to national averages for building type - Commercial Building Energy Consumption Survey (CBECS)
    • Ranking 1 – 100

www.ptrenergy.com | 888-826-1216

what does the score mean
What does the score mean

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energy star label
Energy Star Label
  • Energy Performance Rating of 75 or greater
  • Meets environmental factors
    • Adequate illumination
    • Acceptable thermal environmental conditions
    • Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality
  • Verified by Professional Engineer

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why require energy benchmarking for real estate
Why Require Energy Benchmarking for Real Estate
  • US Buildings account for:
    • Nearly 40% of US primary energy use
    • Nearly 40% of greenhouse gas emissions
    • Nearly 70% of US electricity consumption
  • Building energy performance as additional data point for purchase decision
  • Automobile MPG Rating

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cycle of improvement
Cycle of Improvement

Source: Institute for Market Transformation

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resistance
Resistance
  • Privacy - disclosure of utility bills by utility providers
  • Devaluation of real estate with low scores
  • Delayed transaction closing
  • Causes financial hardship for real estate owners
  • Inaccurate/incomplete Energy Star input data
  • Energy Star score not available for all asset types

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who uses benchmarking data
Who Uses Benchmarking Data?
  • Buyers/Sellers
  • Leesees
  • Lenders
  • Asset/Portfolio Managers

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buyers lessees lenders
Buyers/Lessees/Lenders
  • Point of negotiation
    • Low score = reduced purchase price/lease rate
    • Liability due to inaccurate/incorrect scores
  • Opportunistic/Value-Add buyers looking for low scores
  • Core buyers looking for higher scores
  • Potentially excluded from market segment looking for Energy Star Labeled Buildings
  • Low Scores - Perceived higher risk asset

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buying decision
Buying Decision

Comparison

  • Property A
  • Class A office building
  • Purchase Price: $200/SF
  • Amenities: Close to major freeways, public transportation, and retail
  • Utility Cost: $3.00/SF
  • Energy Consumption: 150 kBtu/SF
  • Property B
  • Class A office building
  • Purchase Price: $200/SF
  • Amenities: Close to major freeways, public transportation, and retail
  • Utility Cost: $2.00/SF
  • Energy Consumption: 95 kBtu/SF

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distinguishes between markets
Distinguishes Between Markets

Comparison

  • Property A
  • Utility Cost: $2.00/SF
  • Energy Consumption: 100 kBtu/SF
  • Size: 40,000
  • Location: Florida
  • Number of occupants: 200
  • Hours of operation: 80
  • Property B
  • Utility Cost: $2.00/SF
  • Energy Consumption: 100 kBtu/SF
  • Size: 120,000 SF
  • Location: New York
  • Number of occupants: 400
  • Hours of 0peration: 120

www.ptrenergy.com | 888-826-1216

portfolio asset management
Portfolio/Asset Management
  • Compare assets across portfolio
  • Identify lowest performing assets
  • Identify highest cost assets

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mission statement1
Mission Statement

Partner Energy works with building owners to identify accretive energy efficiency projects that meet their sustainability goals and satisfy their capital investment return criteria.

www.ptrenergy.com | 888-826-1216

contact information
Contact Information

Partner Energy, Inc.

[email protected]

888-826-1216

www.ptrenergy.com

www.ptrenergy.com | 888-826-1216

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