Energy Services Coalition - New Mexico

Report
ESC - Who are We?
• Energy Services Coalition - coalition of public and private energy experts
focused on the promotion of Guaranteed Energy Performance
Contracting.
• Mission: To increase energy efficiency and infrastructure modernization
through energy savings performance contracting.
 Educational outreach
• ESC Meetings:
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Forum to address performance contracting issues
Distribute legislative updates
Develop business relationships
Facilitate info exchange on best practices
Overview of
Enacting Legislation
and Financing
Energy Efficiency Projects
• Investment Grade Audit (IGA) Projects Which
Achieved Certification of Energy Cost Savings, As
Required by EMNRD
• Buildings Managed by NMDCA – Mark Mackenzie
• Energy Audits Performed –John McAllister/ EATON
(f.k.a. EMC Engineers, Inc)
 New Mexico Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe
 Museum of Natural History, Albuquerque
 Museum of Space History, Alamogordo
• New Mexico Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe
 Original building was built in 1917, Approximately
44,000 Sq Ft.
 Remodels of the building and HVAC systems and with
an addition of a new wing, 13,500 Sq Ft. over the last
several decades.
 IGA produced 9 Energy Efficiency Measures (EEM)
 Energy cost savings: $6,893/Yr
• Museum of Natural History, Albuquerque
 Original building was built in 1982, expanded in 1998,
Approximately 127,000 Sq Ft.
 IGA produced 8 Energy Efficiency Measures (EEM)
 Energy cost savings: $22,028/Yr
• Museum of Space History, Alamogordo
 Original building was built in 1975, Formerly known at
the International Space History Hall of Fame
 IGA produced 10 Energy Efficiency Measures (EEM)
 Energy cost savings: $19,770/Yr
Vote: Secretary Board
Position
DUTIES OF SECRETARY
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Maintains the “Book of Meeting Minutes” and records for NM ESC chapter.
Report the previous minutes at each local ESC Meetings.
Keeper of the NM ESC Bylaws as well as any changes.
Organize upcoming meeting locations.
• Interest By:
 Lila Garza
Alma Energy Group, LLC
Example
Actual Project: Self Funded Project w/ Positive Cash flow
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Project “Cost Avoidance” (12 year term)
12 year Total Cost $7,611,026.00
12 year Total Savings $8,011,190.00
Positive $400,164.00 Actual Cash Flow over life of the project
House Bill
603 July 2009
PC Legislation
1993
PC Enabling
Legislation
Passed in NM.
Sep 2011 PC
Path Set for NM
EPC projects
In NM
2004
PC Projects
Completed
Thru 2004
Start PC Pilot
Projects
Selection
of ESCO
Audit the
Facility
Finance
The Project
Implement
ECM’s
Verify
the
savings
Once the Contract has been
Approved by PED, the Legislative
Finance Committee will review
and Approve the Contract .
Section 6-23-7
State Statutes
NMSA 1978
The Annual Performance Contract amount will be
removed from the School’s SEG (School Equalization
Guarantee) Account and placed into a “Public School
Utility Conservation Fund” to fund the Performance
Contract with.
Once this Special
Fund has been set
up and funded, the
Implementation can
begin.
The Contract is
presented for approvals
of the Governing
Council, Commission or
agency head.
Once the Governing Council
or Commission has
approved the contract a
Special Fund is set up for
the sole purpose of paying
the Performance Contract
Costs.
Once this Special
Fund has been set
up and funded, the
Implementation can
begin.
Special Fund Appropriated
from Operating Budget to Pay
for the Performance Contract.
The Project with All Energy
Conservation Measures (ECMs) is
ready to start Implementation
The ESCO is responsible for
Managing the Project.
The Performance Period for
the Contracts begins at
customer approval and sign
off of project completion.
The Project does not have
change orders unless there are
changes that the customer
requires.
The Project must have a
Measurement and
Verification (M&V) program
to track and verify the
savings.
For Information on Performance Contracting, Go to:
HTTP://www.CleanEnergyNM.org
Select Link: Clean Energy Performance Financing

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