Presentation on theme: "Power Smart for Business Community Workshops on Climate Change Pinawa – February 1, 2005."— Presentation transcript:
Power Smart for Business Community Workshops on Climate Change Pinawa – February 1, 2005
What is Climate Change? Climate change refers to any long-term change in the Earths climate and the increased variability of our daily weather patterns.
What Can We Do? Decrease the amount of GHG emissions into the atmosphere by: Reducing energy consumption Reducing energy consumption Becoming more energy-efficient Becoming more energy-efficient
Manitoba Hydro & Climate Change Committed to sustaining a diverse and healthy environment for Manitobans. Committed to keeping our average net emissions to 6% below 1990 levels over the period 1991 – 2012.
Power Smart & Climate Change Energy efficiency measures and improvements installed through Manitoba Hydros Power Smart programs reduce the amount of GHGs and other air polluting emissions from power generation.
Power Smart & Climate Change To date, 584 GW.h and 290 MW savings resulting from Power Smart program activity has provided GHG reductions of approximately 475,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions.
What Can YOU Do? Make your business Power Smart by incorporating energy efficient technologies in your commercial new construction or major renovations projects.
Power Smart for Business Power Smart for Business can help: Reduce your GHG emissions Reduce your GHG emissions Reduce your energy consumption Reduce your energy consumption Save you $$$ on energy bills Save you $$$ on energy bills Increase your bottom line profits Increase your bottom line profits Strengthen your competitive advantage Strengthen your competitive advantage
What is Power Smart for Business? Financial Assistance Financial Assistance Expert Advice Expert Advice Commercial Customers Commercial Customers Renovation & New Construction Renovation & New Construction
What is Power Smart for Business? Power Smart for Business ANY energy or demand saving technology or application.
Why Upgrade Lighting? Lighting accounts for 30% to 60% of energy costs Lighting accounts for 30% to 60% of energy costs Significantly reduce electric bill Significantly reduce electric bill Improved quality of light Improved quality of light Reduced maintenance costs Reduced maintenance costs More appealing atmosphere More appealing atmosphere
Program Eligibility Commercial customers Commercial customers 2000 hours per year 2000 hours per year Only common areas are eligible Only common areas are eligible
Product Incentives Program was re-launched in April 2003 Program was re-launched in April 2003 Incentive amounts increased to cover Incentive amounts increased to cover Renovation – Average of 70% of total capital cost Renovation – Average of 70% of total capital cost New Construction – Average of 90% of incremental capital cost New Construction – Average of 90% of incremental capital cost
Product Incentives September 2004 new incentives for T8s and T5s September 2004 new incentives for T8s and T5s November 2004 prescriptive incentives for high performance luminaires November 2004 prescriptive incentives for high performance luminaires December 2004 ended incentives for LED exits in new construction projects December 2004 ended incentives for LED exits in new construction projects
T8 fluorescents T8 fluorescents Compact fluorescents Compact fluorescents T5 fluorescents T5 fluorescents LED exit signs LED exit signs Occupancy sensors Occupancy sensors Metal halide Metal halide High pressure sodium High pressure sodium High performance luminaires High performance luminaires Technologies Promoted
Incentive Programs Energy Efficient Window Systems Energy Efficient Window Systems Improved Air Barrier Systems Improved Air Barrier Systems Higher Efficiency Rooftop and Split System Air Conditioners Higher Efficiency Rooftop and Split System Air Conditioners Parking Lot Controllers Parking Lot Controllers Custom Incentive Program Custom Incentive Program
All Technologies Incentives offset the incremental cost of installing energy efficient technologies.
Custom Incentive Program Distinctive needs of Commercial buildings Almost ANYTHING that saves energy or demand Variable Speed Drives Variable Speed Drives Pumps Pumps Fans Fans Refrigeration Refrigeration
Custom Incentive Program Up to 50% of first $5,000 Up to 50% of first $5,000 Up to 25% of remaining study costs Up to 25% of remaining study costs Maximum of $10,000 Maximum of $10,000 Projects must get pre-approval BEFORE work is started Projects must get pre-approval BEFORE work is started
Who Can Apply? Manitoba Hydro Commercial Customers Manitoba Hydro Commercial Customers small, medium & large small, medium & large New Construction New Construction Renovation Renovation
Power Smart Designation Power Smart Designation Minimum efficiency requirements Minimum efficiency requirements Recommended good practices Recommended good practices
Power Smart Design Standards Meet or exceed: MNECB mandatory provision MNECB mandatory provision Power Smart Efficiency Requirement Power Smart Efficiency Requirement Energy performance of at least 25% more efficient than MNECB Energy performance of at least 25% more efficient than MNECB
Chiller Program Chiller Program Chillers consume very large amounts of electricity Chillers consume very large amounts of electricity Environmental legislation will require many chillers to be replaced over the next 5 years Environmental legislation will require many chillers to be replaced over the next 5 years Water Cooled Chillers Water Cooled Chillers Incentives cover up to 100% of incremental cost Incentives cover up to 100% of incremental cost $600/ kW/ton $600/ kW/ton
Contact Us For more information on Power Smart for Business please contact: Rick Leclair Telephone: (204) 268-7376 Telephone: (204) 268-7376 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org