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Oregon ESPC Workshop. Clint Lougheed Washington State Department of General Administration September 11, 2002. History of GA’s ESPC Program. Established by state statute in 1984 First project initiated in 1985

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Oregon espc workshop

Oregon ESPC Workshop

Clint Lougheed

Washington State

Department of General Administration

September 11, 2002


History of ga s espc program
History of GA’s ESPC Program

  • Established by state statute in 1984

  • First project initiated in 1985

  • Authorized for use by: state agencies, community colleges, universities, local governments & K-12 schools

  • 2001 budget proviso encourages ESPC

  • Pre-qualified ESCOs for schools and local governments


Major espc benefits
Major ESPC Benefits

  • All costs paid from savings - No $ required

  • Energy savings & project cost guarantees

  • No risk energy audits

  • Single point of accountability - ESCO

  • More owner control - sub’s & equipment

  • Utility grants & leverage of capital dollars


Can espc improve public bldgs espc in washington has
Can ESPC Improve Public Bldgs.?ESPC in Washington has:

  • Upgraded lighting & HVAC in 100’s of bldgs.

  • Colleges, prisons, hospitals & office bldgs.

  • Over $60 million in completed projects

  • Savings = $5.7 million/yr. - $37 million total

  • 220 million kWh savings annually

  • $13.5 million in utility rebates

  • All projects are meeting savings guarantee


Financing energy improvements
Financing Energy Improvements

  • ESCO private financing

  • State Treasurer Lease/Purchase

  • Tax-exempt municipal leasing

  • Revenue bonds

  • Utility rebates & loans

  • Owner capital budget


Community college projects
Community College Projects

  • 20 cc’s have completed ESPC projects

  • 4 more cc’s have projects underway

  • $16.6 million in completed projects

  • $1.5 million in annual savings

  • $14.4 million in accumulated savings

  • $4.2 million in utility grants


Welcome to south puget sound community college
Welcome to SouthPugetSoundCommunityCollege




Community college case study
Community College Case Study

  • South Puget Sound CC - Olympia, WA

  • First ESPC project completed in 1986

  • Replaced controls, lighting, HVAC - $315k

  • Financed by ESCO, Treasurer, owner & utility

  • $63,000 in annual dollar savings

  • 2.1 million annual kWh savings


Washington s capitol campus
Washington’s Capitol Campus


Olympia capitol campus project
Olympia Capitol Campus Project

  • Phase I completed in 1995 - lighting & HVAC

  • Phase II completed in 2000 - controls

  • Phase I retrofit value - $9.8 million

  • Phase II retrofit value - $600,000

  • Financed by PSE, Treasurer & owner

  • $740,000 annual dollar savings

  • 17.5 million annual kWh savings



Washington higher education espc projects underway
Washington Higher Education ESPC Projects Underway

  • Central Washington University

  • Eastern Washington University

  • Washington State University

  • Western Washington University

  • University of Washington - pending

  • The Evergreen State College - pending




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CWU’sBargeHall



Central washington university
Central Washington University

  • COMPREHENSIVE campus-wide project

  • Steam/chilled water system improvements

  • Lighting, HVAC, & controls

  • Utility master plan & co-generation study

  • $15 million in energy efficiency upgrades

  • $850,000 annual energy savings

  • 9.8m kWh & 864,00therm annual savings

  • Financed by Treasurer, owner & BPA



Cost of delay
Cost of Delay!!!

www.ga.wa.gov/eas/energy

http://www.escperform.org/