Presentation on theme: "Florida Energy & Climate Commission Presentation by Timothy Jackson, P.E., AICP AECOM Design + Planning Commissioner, Florida Energy and Climate Commission."— Presentation transcript:
Florida Energy & Climate Commission Presentation by Timothy Jackson, P.E., AICP AECOM Design + Planning Commissioner, Florida Energy and Climate Commission (FECC) Power Generation Conference July 29, 2010
Annual Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Reference Case Projections and Action Team Recommendations (consumption-basis, gross emissions)
Action Team Conclusions Significant Negative Impacts to Florida Energy Security Benefits Hub: Green Technology, Innovation, Investment Business Section More Cost Effective: Efficiency, Demand Management, Conservation Investment in Low-Carbon Energy Sources will Stimulate Economy Market-Oriented Regulations Protect Consumers Maintain Agriculture Build Sustainable Communities
Centralized State Energy Policy Governors Energy Office The Florida Energy Office, State Energy Program (DEP) Office of Strategic Projects and Planning (DEP) The Florida Energy and Climate Commission
FECC To ensure that our energy is reliable, stimulates Floridas economy, and preserves Floridas unmatched environment by reducing greenhouse gas and promoting sustainability
Outline of Duties and Functions of FECC State Energy Incentive Programs Federal Stimulus Programs Consultation and Planning Data Collection and Management Emergency Management
State Energy Incentive Programs 2006 Florida Renewable Energy Technologies and Energy Efficiencies Act: Renewable Energy Technologies Grant Program Bioenergy Grant Program (Farm-to-Fuel) Solar Rebate Program Renewable Energy Sales Tax Refund and Corporate Income Tax Credit
Federal Energy-Related ARRA ProgramCosts State Energy Program:$126.1 Million Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant: $30.4 Million Energy Assurant Grants:$1.9 Million Energy Efficient Appliance Rebate: $17.5 Million Total:$175.9 Million
State Energy Program Grant $126 million Solar for Schools & Storm Shelters - $10 million Install about 90 10kw photovoltaic systems with battery back-up Solar Energy Loan Program - $10 million Low-interest solar revolving loan targeting solar water heaters State Energy Rebate Program - $14.4 million Terms consistent with existing PV, solar water heating, & pool heating incentive E85/B20 Public Fueling/Conversion Revolving Loan - $5 million Retrofit tanks and pumps by providing $30,000 loans Compressed Natural Gas Fleet Fueling Matching Grant - $4 million 25% matching grant for for-profit entities & 50% matching grant for not-for-profit entities
State Energy Program Grant $126 million Florida Residential Retrofit - $15 million Existing home retrofit program grants Shovel Ready Grant Program - $20 million Provide grants to bolster the Florida renewable energy and energy efficiency grant program Clean Energy Grant Program - $10 million The Clean Energy Grant program will provide funding to promote energy efficiency measures and renewable energy deployment for eligible public, not-for-profit, and agricultural entities. The maximum amount for an individual award is $500,000 with a minimum amount of $100,000. Florida Clean Energy Opportunity Fund - $36 million Investment program will provide energy efficiency funding to help grow renewable energy and energy efficiency companies
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant $30.4 million Competitive Grants to Non-Entitlement Cities and Counties - $18 million Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy on State Government Facilities - $8.48 million Help DMS benchmark energy use in state facilities and prioritize deployment of energy efficiency and renewable technologies. Energy Conservation Initiatives & Program Administration - $3 million State economic analysis, electric car conversion rebate, etc.
ENERGY STAR Appliance Rebate Program $17,585,000 rebates for ENERGY STAR appliances. 20% rebates on: refrigerators, dishwashers, clothes washers, freezers, room air conditioners, and gas tank-less water heaters. $75 bonus for recycling old appliance. Over 80,000 ENERGY STAR appliances sold April 16-18, 2010, with sales exceeding $63 million.
FECCs Policy Initiative Recommendation #1 - Pass legislation creating renewable energy demand The Legislature did not set any definitive renewable energy goals or time frames on energy targets. The FECC recommendations on creating renewable energy demand were not passed this legislative session Recommendation #2 - Authorize and implement a Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program HB 7179 signed into law. Recommendation #3 – Create new or expand current programs to finance Floridas clean technology economy The Legislature has approved the Section 1705 Loan Guarantee Program which could help Florida secure between $100-200 million of federal loan guarantees.
Today Developed Land Conservation Lands Permanently Protected
2060 Trend Developed Land Conservation Lands Permanently Protected
Energy Efficient Future Resource Efficient Redevelopment & Infill (Great Places) Compact Development Edge Communities Preserve Natural Lands