Presentation on theme: "March 2013. Don Toporowski, P. Eng. VP Sales Dan Seto - CEO."— Presentation transcript:
Don Toporowski, P. Eng. VP Sales Dan Seto - CEO
P ROBLEM … Only the largest buildings with extensive resources monitor their energy in detail. It is expensive! W E HAVE RESOLVED THE COST BARRIER.
C IRCUIT M ETER S OLUTION A low cost and unique WebMeter – Circuit breaker level monitoring – Scales to any size building portfolio – Computing intelligence – Cloud-Based monitoring and analytics – Simple to install Cost effective 24 x 7 energy auditor
Typical Application - Office Tower Building Portfolio size in sq. ft.200,000 sq. ft. Total Circuits 1200 Energy Density19.6 kW-hr / sq. ft. Annual Energy Cost$440,000 Traditional Metering CircuitMeter Number of Meters Total Equipment Cost$480,000$29,000 Cost per Circuit-Service (monthly)$4.50$0.25-$0.75
T YPICAL P ORTFOLIO -W IDE A PPLICATION H OSPITAL N ETWORK Building Portfolio size in sq. ft.60,000,000 sq. ft. Total Circuits 300,000 Energy Density26.4 kW-hr / sq. ft. Annual Energy Cost$158,400,000 Traditional Metering CircuitMeter Number of Meters100,0007,200 Total Equipment Cost$120,000,000$7,200,000 Cost per Circuit-Service (monthly)$4.50$4.50$0.25-$0.75
H OW DOES OLD SCHOOL METERING WORK ? Electrical Panel with 36 Circuits Installed Cost: about $400 per circuit CT connections to every meter Voltage connections to every meter $ + BAS/Dashboard Integration $ Communications + $ Data Logger + $ Multiple Meters $ X
H OW DO WE DO IT ? Installed Cost: about $40 per circuit
E NTERPRISE - WIDE A NALYTICS
M ONITORING Filter the Data – Location – Region – Time of use – Equipment Type Historical Reporting Real-time Analysis
D ATA P OINTS C APTURED B Y C IRCUIT Amps AmpsMax ApparentPower Humidity Power Factor Reactive Power Real Power Temperature Volts VoltsA VoltsB VoltsC VoltsA-Max VoltsA-Min VoltsB-Max VoltsB-Min VoltsC-Max VoltsC-Min VoltsCA VoltsAB VoltsBC VoltsMax VoltsMin Unlimited custom historical views. Real-time views on 10 second intervals. Actual user interface to be released April 7, 2013
F OUR W AYS TO USE THIS SYSTEM SUB-METERING OPERATIONS AND ANALYTICS MEASUREMENT & VERIFICATION CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY
S UB -M ETERING Cut metering cost by 90% Make properties more competitive Allow tenants access to their own data – Apartments and Condos Drive down consumption 20-30% Meter previously unaffordable applications – Commercial Enable moves of tenants without changes to meters and wiring. Drive down tenant consumption – Corporate Accurately allocate energy costs to departments. – Industrial Allocate energy costs to product lines
I MPROVE T ENANT S ATISFACTION Allow tenants to: Avoid lighting maintenance calls Access their own meters and reports. Control their own costs. See rankings versus others in the organization.
W AYS TO USE THIS SYSTEM 2. Operations and Analytics – Identify energy waste – Reduce peak demand – Manage tenant energy consumption – Prevent building drift with trend alerts – Continuous commissioning – Better manage equipment and motors – Avoid downtime with malfunction alerts
W AYS TO USE THIS SYSTEM 3. Measurement and Verification – Perform energy audits with real data – Accurately predict proposed project impacts – Verify financial savings from initiatives and projects – Utility bill consolidation and verification
W AYS TO USE THIS SYSTEM 4. Corporate Sustainability – Measure sustainability results against goals – Promote energy saving initiatives – Compare performance of different assets
VAR P ROGRAM CircuitMeter provides: – hardware, dashboard, data storage, and troubleshooting support. VAR provides: – Installation and service and set up. – User training and support. – Help to interpret and extract value from the data. – Identification of savings opportunities.
Thank-you Don Toporowski, VP Sales Tel:
T YPICAL P AYBACKS ON M ETERING P ROJECTS C ASE S TUDY 1 * Vornado Realty Trust introduced metering to a commercial tenant – average energy use was 4,322,400 kWh/yr (400K sq. ft.) – using the new consumption profiles, the tenant identified energy-saving opportunities and saved: 18 percent consumption totalling $160,000 annually 8 percent demand, or 57 kW 266 metric tons of carbon equivalent annually If implemented with CircuitMeter: No. of Web-Meters 50 Cost of Equipment$65,000 Cost of Service$16,200 Straight Payback (months) 6 *Report on Submetering of Building Energy and Water Usage, Analysis and Recommendations of the Subcommittee on Buildings Technology Research and Development - Executive Office of the President of the United States. Oct.2011
T YPICAL P AYBACKS ON M ETERING P ROJECTS C ASE S TUDY 2 * Half of a 52-story Bank of America Building was submetered after energy managers learned that tenants exceeded by as much as three-fold their energy allowance of 3 kW/sq ft. More than 120 meters were installed Total Estimated Cost = $144,000 (120 x $1,200) Savings= $1M or 30% per year Straight Payback= 5 weeks If implemented with CircuitMeter: No. of Web-Meters 12 Cost of Equipment$14,625 Cost of First Year Service$3,888 Straight Payback 7 days * Report on Submetering of Building Energy and Water Usage, Analysis and Recommendations of the Subcommittee on Buildings Technology Research and Development - Executive Office of the President of the United States. Oct.2011