CCC/IOU Energy Efficiency Partnership

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CCIA Conference –Coast Community College District
October 4, 2013
The CCC/IOU Energy Efficiency Partnership
How to Utilize Proposition 39 Funding
for Energy and Cost Saving Projects
Ron Beeler CCC/IOU Outreach Manager
Claudette Dain, Vice President, Fullerton College
CCC/IOU Energy Efficiency Partnership
California Community Colleges
A System Perspective
California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office
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California Community Colleges
The Largest System of Public Higher Ed in the WORLD
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2.4 million students annually
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1/4 of all community college students in U.S.
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Are enrolled in California’s community colleges
System of FIRST Choice
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We serve the “bottom” 100% of students!!
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California Community Colleges
Systemwide Detail
• 72 districts encompassing 112 colleges, 72
approved off-campus centers and 23 separately
reported district offices
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24,398 acres of land, 5,281 buildings, and 75.6
million square feet of space
•
2.4 million students annually
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75% of the state’s public undergraduate students
25% of community college students nationwide
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California Community Colleges
Systemwide Facilities Needs
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$35.8 Billion over next 10 years
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5 year needs in new & existing facilities
 Enrollment
Growth = 18.5m new ASF
 Modernization
= 27.3m ASF of existing bldgs
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67% over 25 years old
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46% over 40 years old
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There will NEVER be enough money!
Need to work SMARTER:
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Better Planning & Facility utilization
Streamlined project delivery systems
Benchmark to industry best practices
AND
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Collaborative Partnerships
Focus on Life Cycle / Sustainable benefits
Capital investments relieve district budgets
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Proposition 39
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Adopted by the voters in November 2012 to close corporate tax
loopholes and will provide roughly $550 million annually to K-12
and CCC’s for Energy Projects
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CCC’s will receive $40 million for FY 2013-2014 distributed on
an FTES basis to all CCC Districts for energy efficiency and
renewable generation projects
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Chancellors Office will work with Districts and CCC/IOU
Partnership to identify and fund projects – currently $350
million identified so far!
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Implementation will parallel CCC/IOU Partnership process to
combine Prop 39 funds and leverage utility incentives
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CCC/IOU Energy Efficiency Partnership
Proposition 39
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Draft Program Guidelines issued
by Chancellors Office defines
program requirements
– Project qualification criteria
– Project proposal and process for
receiving funding
– M&V and Reporting
Requirements
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Final Guidelines to be released
later this month
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Project funds will be distributed
based on approved Project
Applications starting this fall
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What District’s need to know
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Understand the specific parameters of Prop 39 and
procurement challenges
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Consider adopting strategies that foster overall
success
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Understand how to equip your staff with tools for
success
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Utilize your resources…CCC-IOU
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Become a successful planner
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Understanding Parameters
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Familiarize yourself with the program
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Funding protocol, time and frequency
– Funding application
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Project completion requirements
– Pre & Post implementation inspections
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Project reporting requirements
– CCCCO Program Tracking Database
– For reporting to CEC
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CCC/IOU Energy Efficiency Partnership
Understanding Parameters
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Identify your projects (small and large)
– Mix long and short payback period projects
 Get
your projects on the list…add to it
– CCCCO…Call for Projects
 The
opportunity is waiting for you
 Capture the dollars
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Overcoming Challenges
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Project lead times may impact delivery
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Material supplies (supply vs. demand)
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Public Contract Code requirements
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Govt. Code 4217 requirements
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In-house labor limitations
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Consultant and vendor limitations
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Think ahead for success
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Strategizing…
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Benchmarking…select your most effective projects
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Try to align projects with utility incentive programs
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Collaborate with you procurement staff
– Purchasing & material providers
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Be cognizant of desired outcomes
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Incentives and Savings to Date
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Project Ideas…
Small
Large
Pool blankets
RCx
VFD’s
MBCx
Lighting
EMS & Controls
Pumps
Chillers
Boilers, WH’s
Multizones
Splits, Heat Pumps
Insulation
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Utilize your Assets
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California Community Colleges—Energy Project
Guidance pamphlet
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CCC-IOU Partnership Management Team
– Chancellor’s Office
– Utility Account Executives
– Industry Professionals
 Fellow
Colleagues
 Don’t hesitate to ask questions!
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Common projects
(ROI 5-10 years):
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Install Occupancy Sensors
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– $5,000
Replace Standard Motors with High Efficiency Motors
– $25,000
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Replace HPS with LEDs
– $25,000
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Indoor/Outdoor Pool Pump Replacement with
VSD
– $64,000
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Total Cost of Ownership Projects
(ROI 10-20 years):
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Parking Structure replace lights with (300) LEDs
– $150,000
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Install VFDs and Economizer on Existing HVAC
– $160,000
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Replace Multi-Zone to a VAV
– $260,000
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CCC/IOU EE Partnership
2010-12 Cycle Re-cap
 Retrofit projects
 Monitoring-Based Commissioning (MBCx)
/Retro Commissioning (RCx)
 New Construction Design Assistance and
Incentives
 IT Projects
 Demand Response
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CCC/IOU Energy Efficiency Partnership
2013-2014 Partnership Vision
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Strive for 100% Participation from all Districts
and Campuses
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Focus on activities that produce energy savings
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Provide innovative and flexible offerings that best
meet needs of campuses
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NEW programs for the next cycle include:
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Project Development Services
Retro commissioning (RCx) Pilot Program
DEEP Intern Program
Board of Governors’ Initiatives
More Effective Outreach & Education to Campuses
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Program Incentives for 2013-14
INCENTIVE
RATE
MEASURE
Electricity
Packaged HVAC, HVAC Controls, Motors, Drives
Lighting, Lighting Controls, Daylighting
Central Plants, Chiller Retrofits, and other major
Energy Efficiency Infrastructure Projects
$0.24 /
kWh
Monitor Based Commissioning (MBCx)
IT Projects
Natural Gas
ALL Gas Measures
$1.00 /
therm
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Program Benefits
$140,000,000
A n n u al E n erg y C o s ts
10-Year Cumulative Impacts
Electricity Savings:
725,562,048 kWh
Natural Gas Savings:
23,080,884 therms
$1 for sustainable facilities
10 Year E ffec ts of 3-Year P rog ram Implementation
S tatewide C C C C ampus E nerg y C os ts (IOU S erved C ampus es Only)
$130,000,000
$120,000,000
$110,000,000
$100,000,000
$90,000,000
$80,000,000
yields $2 energy savings
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
Year
B us ines s as Us ual
T arg eted P ortfolio Implementation, 2009-2011
Every $1 invested by a district
for sustainable facilities improvements
through the 2009-11 Partnership will yield
$2 in energy savings over the next 10 years
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Contact Information
Name
Organization
Fred Harris
CCCCO
Fred Diamond
Citrus College
E-mail
Phone
[email protected]
(916) 324-9508
[email protected]
(626) 914-8691
Tony Ichsan
Santa Rosa Jr. College
[email protected]
(707) 527-4432
Lisa Hannaman
SCE
[email protected]
(714) 325-2537
Paul Deang
SCG
[email protected]
(213) 444-8961
Linh-Chi Hua
SDG&E
[email protected]
(858) 822-9485
[email protected]
(916) 386-5007
Dave Hather
PG&E
Ron Beeler
CCC/IOU Partnership
[email protected]
(714) 267-7209
Matt Sullivan
Newcomb Anderson
McCormick
[email protected]
(415) 896-0300
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