Presentation

Report
Energy Program
Dan Cassidy
Manager, Energy & Sustainability J&J
Workplace Solutions
Johnson & Johnson
The world's most comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer
of health care products, as well as a provider of related services,
for the Consumer, Pharmaceutical, and Medical Devices &
Diagnostics markets.
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More than 250 operating
companies
More than 115,000 employees
worldwide
Selling products in more than
175 countries
3 Segments: Pharmaceuticals,
Medical Devices & Diagnostics,
and Consumer
2012 Sales $67.5 Billion
1943 Our Credo
Robert Wood Johnson
crafted Our Credo
long before anyone ever
heard the terms
“sustainability” or “corporate
social responsibility.”
Up to $190 Bn
savings opportunity
1990-2010 Sustainability Reporting
Environmental Leadership
– 1990 First Pollution
Prevention goals
Sustainability Goals
– 1993 First Sustainability report
– 2000 Next Generation goals
– 2005 Healthy Planet 2010
goals
– 2010 Healthy Future 2015
goals
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Healthy Future 2015
Healthy People
Healthy Planet
• Research and development
for neglected diseases
• Building on our legacy in
safeguarding the planet
• Affordable access to medicines
• Reduce the
environmental impact of
our operations
• Advancing community wellness
• Fostering the most engaged,
health-conscious and safe
employees in the world
• Increase the sustainable
design of our products
Healthy Business
• Enhancing outcome
measurement in
philanthropy
• Partnering with suppliers
that embrace sustainability
• Committing to enhanced
transparency and
accessing
the power of external
collaboration
Reduce Facility Impacts
2015 Goals:
• 20% absolute reduction in
facility CO2 emissions by 2020
• Increase onsite cleantechnology energy capacity to
50 MW
• 20% decrease in fleet CO2
emissions per mile
• 10% absolute reduction total
waste disposal & water
consumption
Janssen Raritan site 1,870 kW completed December 29 th 2011
CO2 Reduction Strategy – Existing
Buildings
• Energy Efficiency - Best Practices
• On-site co/tri-generation, fuel cells
• On-site renewables: solar, wind, biomass, landfill
gas, geothermal
• Green energy procurement (PPA’s)
Worldwide CO2 Results
2012 Goal vs. 2010:
2012 Actual vs. 2010:
-4%
-6%
Sales [Billion US$]
CO2 Emissions [ Thousand Metric Tons]
Worldwide Results
CO2 Emissions 1990-2012 vs. Sales
Net Emissions
Offsets
Sales
1400
FLOOR SPACE
CO2 EMISSIONS
60.0
1200
Million SQ.FT.
Thousand Metric Tons
2012 J&J ENERGY PROFILE – WORLDWIDE DATA
1000
800
600
+12%
400
50.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
200
10.0
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0.0
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ENERGY USAGE
350
ENERGY COST
300
Million US$
Trillion BTU’s
15.0
+38%
10.0
5.0
+31%
250
+181%
200
150
100
50
0
0.0
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J&J Electricity Rates
$0.24
$0.20
$0.16
Brazil
China
Cost ($/kWh)
$0.12
India
$0.08
Puerto Rico
United States
$0.04
Europe
$0.00
Year
J&J Fuel Rates
$2.50
Cost ($/therm)
$2.00
Brazil
$1.50
China
India
$1.00
Puerto Rico
$0.50
United States
Europe
$0.00
Year
Commitment to Clean Energy
Currently 45 MW installed
or in-progress
• 34 Solar
• 10 Cogeneration
• 3 Biomass
• 3 Geothermal
• 2 Wind
Project pipeline of over
14MW
• 2 Wind
• 9 Solar
• 2 Cogeneration
3,000kW
Tri-Generation
Limerick, Ireland
Two 500 kW wood
chip boilers
Cork, Ireland
500 kW PV array,
New Brunswick, NJ
Commitment to Sustainable Buildings
LEED Sustainable Building Policy: All new
construction and major renovations of J&J facilities
will be LEED certified.
Select Examples of Our 15 LEED Buildings Worldwide:
AFFILIATE
LOCATION
RATING
SYSTEM
TYPE
LEVEL
DATE
Janssen
Titusville, NJ
LEED
Existing Buildings
Silver
2004
J&J PRD
La Jolla, CA
LEED
New Construction
Certified
2005
McNeil
Ft. Washington,
PA
LEED
Commercial Interiors
Silver
2006
J&J PRD
Springhouse, PA
LEED
New Construction
Gold
2009
Corporate
New Brunswick, NJ
LEED
Existing Buildings: O&M
Gold
2009
J&J Consumer
China
Shanghai, China
LEED
New Construction
Silver
2010
Lifescan
Inverness, Scotland
LEED
New Construction
Gold
2011
Policy for Sustainable Design and
Construction - Revised 2012
• Targets higher Energy &
Atmosphere scores
– Forces evaluation of new
technologies
– Mandates use of
technologies with 10 year or
better paybacks
• Focus on right-sizing
equipment
• Added smaller buildings to
policy scope
CO2 Capital Funding Process
August, 2004
Criteria:
• $40 million per year in capital relief for projects
worldwide
• Projects provide good financial returns:
15% Internal Rate of Return
• Projects must provide meaningful CO2 reduction
CO2 Projects Funding Program
• 146 projects approved
Energy
Efficiency,
100
Wind, 3
• $313.6 million US approved
Geothermal
/Biomass, 5
• Average IRR: 19.3%
Solar PV, 27
• 100 Projects Complete
CHP, 11
• 145,887 metric tons CO2/yr
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Actual
Spending $21.4
[$ MM]
$26.4
$38.3
$12.0
$44.0
$56.4
$48.2
$22.2
$39.9
$4.8
ENERGY EFFICIENCY
INITIATIVES
Energy Efficiency – Recent examples
Variable speed air
compressor, J&J Mumbai
Chiller upgrade
Vistakon, Jacksonville
Lighting upgrade
HCS, Memphis
Boiler upgrade
J&J UK
HVAC Upgrade,
Raynham, MA
Gas Conversion
J&J Thailand
Drive Implementation through Programs
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J&J Energy Best Practices
Project Cold (Chilled water optimization)
Project Hot (Boiler system optimization)
Project Relight
Coming Soon…
Project Air (compressed air retrofits)
Project Aeolus (Reduce air changes in HVAC)
Project Hydro (water reductions)
Project Clean (Improvements in CIP’s)
Project Lab (Lab hood energy reduction)
Project You (Awareness & behaviour change)
Project Zero (Carbon neutral sites)
CLEAN GENERATION
Cogeneration Projects
Janssen R&D,
Springhouse PA
3800 kW MWM
Janssen, Raritan NJ
3000 kW GE
Lifescan, Inverness UK
229 kW Mercedes
DePuy, Cork Ireland
402 kW MAN
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