MACDILL AFB METERING

Report
TECHNOLOGIES
AUTOMATED
METERING
MACDILL AFB METERING
• DOD Implementation Guidance
– MAJCOM Energy Mangers shall plan for meters
within the “fence line”
– Generally assumes sub-meters in buildings is not
cost effective
94% of fence line energy now metered at building
level and documented by support group
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• 3 Categories
– Required by Congressional Mandates
• EPAct2005, EIASA07
– Required to meet Reqs of DoDs Utilities Meter Policy.
– Other meters not required by mandate/policy, but deemed
appropriate by Base MAJCOM for reimbursements
(dictated by Civil Engineering Resources at MacDill)
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• DOD Policy to install advanced meters
• Electricity:
– Capture a minimum of 60% of electricity use
– Goal of 85% electricity use by end FY20
– Energy intensive bldgs. should be sub-metered to identify
use by major systems
94% of electricity usage captured at usage level at this time
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• Natural Gas
– Capture a minimum of 60% of natural gas use
– Goal of 85% natural gas use by end FY20
Privatized at MacDill with data sharing agreement
98%+ metered at building level at this time
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• Potable and Non-Potable Water
– Install advanced meters by FY20 on all water-intensive
facilities, IE:
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Chiller plants
Dorms
Galleys
Dining facilities
Swimming Pools
Gyms
Golf Courses
Piers
Vehicle Wash Stations
Hospitals
Irrigation
Privatized at MacDill
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• Privatized Utilities
– Partner with system owners to share existing meter data or
negotiate acceptable terms of cost sharing
– Each Installation shall have the capability to monitor
energy and water use through:
• Shadow Advanced Meter
• Data sharing agreement.
Data sharing agreements in place with all partners
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• Meter Data Management
– Advanced meters at minimum measure and record regular interval use
and communicate data with automatic metering system (AMS).
– AMS must automatically and reliably collect and analyze regular
interval data from meters.
– Meters that can’t connect should store data internally for manual
incorporation into an AMS
– ION 8600 meters meet or exceed all the above
requirements
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• Advanced Meter Specs
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15 minute interval data with 30 days memory
LED or LCD display with wireless communication capability
Panel mounted/“Plug and Play”
Optical Port
Max data functionality; peak, power factor, kVAR,
harmonics
ION 8600 meters meet or exceed all requirements
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• Meter Data Management @ MacDill
– All data logged within Automated Metering servers
– Alarms set on key parameters (peak demand, over amperage,
harmonics and over/under voltage)
– Graphical and tabular interval data reports made available to
concerned parties in the event of anomalies
– Cost reporting available on each advanced metered facility down to
15-minute interval detail
– All consumption, costs and billing maintained in master Excel
workbook to provide direct audit trail from metered data to bill
generation in CE Resources
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• Maximization of impact of meter investments
– Ensure meters provide only necessary capability for targeted facility
– Meter should measure harmonics, power factors, reactive power only
when necessary
– Contract for meter installation
Currently over 150 advanced meters installed and reporting to automated
servers
~150 advanced meters, or meter communications remain to be installed
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• Installation Cost reduction
– Major cost attributed to wired network infrastructure.
– Costs can be reduced if components certify and accredit
wireless configurations in accordance with guidelines.
– MacDill system is 100% wireless communication
– Many meters installed within large infrastructure projects
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• Cost Effectiveness
– AF Cat 1:
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  1 + $30002 < (2%3     4 )  10  5 + ℎ  6 .
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 1 + $30002 < (5%3     4 )  10 .5
Initial Installation cost of a single building meter with software and comm.
$300/yr maintenance cost over 10 year meter life cycle
Savings Factor; energy reduction attributable to meter installation due to increased awareness and improved ops
Annual cost of electricity/gas/water for bldg. on which meter is installed
Life cycle period of 10 years
Other documentable savings, Max of 3% (I.E. reduced cost of O&M, increased potential for energy management/savings, and energy
efficiency improvements.
Current MacDill investment in advanced electric metering is ~$2.5 million
2012 Electrical expense $15.4 million
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• Wireless Guidelines
– Information Assurance
• Advanced Meters and AMS must maintain compliance with DODs Information Assurance/Cyber
Security 8500 series of directives
• Must comply with Committee for National Security Systems Instruction 1253 standard overlay,
Appendix K
• Components can leverage the certification and accreditation work performed by others
through Reciprocity as outlined in memorandum dated July 23, 2009, thereby reducing the
time and cost of certification.
• Comply with ETL 11-1, Civil Engineering Industrial Control System (ICS) information assurance
compliance.
– 3eti radio equipment in place has 128-bit encryption and maintains compliance with
DoD Information Assurance/Cyber Security 8500 directives and instructions
– Equipment reviewed by SATCOM, USSOCOM and DISA locally on base
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PRIMARY METERING
PowerLogic ION8600
SEL Model 735
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SUB-METERING
Power Logic PM820
Power Logic E5600
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MacDill AFB - Energy Intensity (BTU/SF)
Actual
Goal
140,000
108,300
120,000
113,900
111,700
118,600
124,000
117,400
120,700
117,100
112,194
107,919
105,957
BTU/SF
100,000
80,000
60,000
40,000
20,000
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MacDill AFB - Energy Intensity (BTU/SF)
160,000
FY12 Average: 107,706
FY11
FY12
FY13
FY11 Average: 112,202
140,000
BTU/SF/Month
120,000
100,000
80,000
60,000
40,000
20,000
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MacDill AFB - FY12 vs. FY13 Energy Intensity (BTU/SF)
FY12
FY13
350,000
300,000
FY03 Baseline: 108,000
250,000
Goal: 82,333
200,000
150,000
BTU/SF
100,000
50,000
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NOAA
$60,794.24
MFH
$851,858.01
Construction
$210,891.59
Non Metered
Florida ANG
$35,554.61
MacDill AFB - Cost FY13
Energy Cost by Group
JCSE
$298,104.15
CENTCOM
$4,990,350.69
MED CLINIC
$574,522.93
Wing
$2,982,322.06
AAFES
$750,415.41
Commissary
$364,723.09
Other
$707,941.95
MARCENT
$109,157.16
SOCOM
$2,580,958.50
SOCCENT
$406,738.81
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