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1 Michael Geissler CEO Berliner Energieagentur GmbH 26 November 2013
Energy Performance Contracting – The Example of Berlin and EU-wide Experiences Michael Geissler CEO Berliner Energieagentur GmbH 26 November 2013

2 Contents Berlin Energy Agency (BEA) Energy Saving Partnership Berlin
EU-wide Experiences with EPC Lessons Learned and Outlook © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

3 Berlin Energy Agency (BEA)
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4 Berlin Energy Agency (BEA) – Facts and Figures
Established in 1992 as Public Private Partnership Shareholders Federal State of Berlin Vattenfall Europe GASAG KfW Banking Group Equity 2.5 million € Annual total turnover 12.9 million € Company earnings (EBIT) 905 k € Know-how 53 members of staff Energy Services Contracting Consulting International Know-How Transfer Based in Französische Straße 23 10117 Berlin Phone: (030) Internet: © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

5 Energy Saving Partnership Berlin
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6 Energy Saving Guarantee Contract
Energy Saving Partnership Berlin – BEA as Facilitator of EPC Client (State, hospital, etc.) Assignment Technical-economic requirements, Negotiations Berlin Energy Agency (BEA) Project Manager Consultancy Energy Saving Partner ESCO Energy Saving Guarantee Contract © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

7 Energy Saving Partnership Berlin – Main Clients
Schools, Universities Cultural centres Administrative buildings Sports facilities Prisons Hospitals © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

8 Energy Saving Partnership Berlin – A Role Model for EPC
Total number of Pools: 26 more than 1,400 buildings Guaranteed savings in total: € 11.9 million (26%) Annual plus to the public household: € 2.7 million Total CO2 reduction ( ) : approx. 600,000 t Total net Investment: € 53 million © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

9 Gas, electricity and/or fuel supply companies
Energy Saving Partnership Berlin – General Project Scheme remuneration natural gas district heat electricity oil Utilities Gas, electricity and/or fuel supply companies Public Authority/ Building owner General maintenance Co-ordination Supply Technical issues remuneration saving guarantee ESCO Energy saving service Facilities/sites © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

10 Best Practice – Wenckebach Hospital Berlin
Building: public-owned hospital with 438 beds Baseline: 808,359 €/a Guaranteed savings: 39.6% = 320,000 €/a Invest: m € CO2 reduction: 1,789 t/a Duration of contract: 12 years (start in 2011) Measures: modernisation of heat distribution, cooling and ventilation system, installation of CHP unit, web- based energy management system, user trainings Special feature: insulation of top storey ceilings

11 Best Practice – Deutsche Oper Berlin (German Opera house)
Building: building complex with playhouse, studios, administration etc. (approx. 60,000 sqm GFA) Baseline 2005/06: 651 K€/a Guaranteed savings: 35.8% = 233,155 €/a Invest (hardware): m € CO2 reduction: 1,085 t/a Contract duration: 12 years Obligatory measures: refurbishment of VAC installations, optimization of cooling plant, hot water generation and CBCS Special features: contribution of 1 m € to construction costs by DOB, resulting in increase of budget relief from 14,992 €/a to 126,021 €/a

12 Best Practice – Berliner Bäder-Betriebe (public swimming pools)
Pool 12: 11 buildings/swimming pools Baseline: 4.9 m €/a (incl. water costs) Guaranteed savings: 33.5% = 1.6 Mio. €/a Invest: 7.9 m € CO2 reduction: 4,938 t/a Duration of contract: 10 years (start in 2001) Measures: water saving technology, optimizing filter flushes, separating water circulations, modernisation of hot water generation renovation of air conditioning and lighting Budget relief: 20 % (327 T€/a)

13 EPC – The Example of Berlin and EU-wide Experiences
Best Practice – Berliner Immobilienmanagement GmbH (1) Pool: 18 office buildings (about 300,000 sqm GFA) Energy costs before EPC m € Savings 1st contract 25 % Savings 2nd contract 21 % 2008 End of 1st contract = Start of 2nd contract Time [years] 1996 Start of 1st contract 2018 End of 2nd contract Renewal of heating pumps and heating circuit Use of electronic regulation and building automation systems for heating and ventilation Use of highly efficient heating pumps Hydraulic compensation of heating system Use of CHP © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

14 Best Practice – Berliner Immobilienmanagement GmbH (2)
Re-tender after expiration of first ESP contracts (Pools 1 + 2) Pool 24: 18 office buildings (approx. 300,000 m² GFA) Baseline 2007: 2.07 million €/a Guaranteed savings: 21% = 433,757 €/a Invest: approx. 2.4 million € CO2 reduction: 2,208 t/a Duration: 10 years Measures (selected): boiler replacement, CHP-unit, optimizing of ventilation systems, renewal of CBCS special feature: obligation of maintenance of all old systems Energy Savings of Pool 2: : 26% With re-tendering additional energy savings of 21% will be achieved, resulting in overall savings of around 50%

15 Energy Saving Partnership Berlin – Proven Project Schedule
Involvement of decision-makers: information and training workshops for public authorities concerned Research of building data (energy cost baseline, user requirements) and framework conditions (e.g. ESCO market) Pre-selection of buildings → on-site visits and energy audits Adaptation of EPC model contract to national legislation Project preparation and development Competitive Tendering (Pre-tender) ESCO workshop for potential bidders on project (tender documents, model contract, assessment criteria) Call for tender with pre-selected ESCOs Evaluation of offers (cost-benefit analysis and evaluation of technical concept), pre-selection of best offers 2 rounds of negotiations and determination of best offer Project implementation → Technical and procedural advice throughout the process © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

16 Energy Saving Partnership Berlin – Experiences and Results
guaranteed energy savings achieved in most contracts, high savings up to 35 % feasible 26 contracts operated by 15 different ESCOs, around 100 subcontractors (regional SMEs) involved in implementation and maintenance good quality of saving measures because of expertise of ESCOs, rising experience and improvement of cost-effectiveness additional improvement of maintenance situation by central coordination through ESCO no legal proceedings or need to use bank guarantees so far re-tendering after end of contract leads to new investments and additional savings → Success thanks to reliable legal framework, standardized procedures and contracts together with professional process management © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

17 Additional Challenges for EPC
Experiences with EPC projects have shown the need for a focus on integration of building refurbishment measures involving the building envelope energy management systems as low-cost investment measure use of Renewable Energy Sources © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

18 Additional Types of EPC
EPC plus Integration of (comprehensive) building refurbishment measures Shared financing instruments First EPC with (small) share of construction measures EPC light Operation and energy management of buildings with saving guarantee Green EPC Focus on renewable energy technologies Specific tender objectives and link to subsidy programs Primary energy consumption as guaranteed element © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

19 Best Practice EPC light – Building pool in Berlin district Pankow
Buildings: 12 schools, 1 art centre, 1 youth facility, 1 office building Baseline 2009: € 883,000 €/a Guaranteed savings: 10.2% = € 90,037/a Share/payment to ESCO: % = € 44,118/a CO2 reduction: 3,973 t/a Contract duration: 2 years Service of the ESCO: active optimization of heating and ventilation by building control systems; analysis of consumption, monitoring of meters; control of the invoices of supply companies; energy reporting every 6 months, weak-point analysis „Tesla“ secondary school © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

20 EU-wide Experiences with EPC
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21 Clearcontract – Clearinghouse for Energy Contracting in CEE
EU-wide Capacity Building in Energy Services Clearcontract – Clearinghouse for Energy Contracting in CEE Project duration: Model contracts and tender documents (LV, LT, PL, CZ, SLO, SK, BG, H) Results: > 10 contracts signed Project duration: Model contracts and tender documents (A, D, F, FIN, GR, I, N, S) Results: 17 new EPC projects kick-started Clearcontract – European Energy Service Initiative (EESI) Project duration: Improving EPC and energy efficiency standards (B, SE, NO, CZ, SK, SI, RO, A, F) Results: assistance of 24 EPC pilot projects (incl. 6 advanced EPC), 57 trainings/workshops © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

22 Best Practice – clearcontract
Municipality of Kranj, Slovenia Pool: 14 buildings (office, schools, sport centres) Baseline: € 350,000/a Guaranteed savings: 15% Invest: € 340,000 CO2 reduction: 60 t/a Contract duration: 15 years (from 2001) Measures: Replacement of boilers and thermostats, installation of new control centers, adjustment of heating system, renovation of heat distribution systems, fitting of thermostats to radiators © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

23 Best Practice – EUROCONTRACT
Municipality of Nyköping, Sweden Pool: 130 buildings, all public remises Baseline: about € 4.7 m/a Guaranteed savings: 17% = € 800,000/a Achieved savings: 25% = € 1.2 m/a Invest: € 5.5 m Contract duration: 6.5 years (from 2003) Measures: Renovation of heating systems, optimization and retrofit of HVAC system, building control, operation and maintenance system, targeted training for the operational staff Source: Schneider Electric © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

24 SME, Czech Republic, South Moravia
Best Practice – EESI SME, Czech Republic, South Moravia Buildings: PENAM Bakery and past factory Baseline: € 600,000/a Guaranteed savings: 15% = € 100,000/a Invest: ca. € 420,000 CO2 reduction: 932 t/a Contract duration: 7 years (from 2007) Measures: Reconstruction of heating source, distribution systems and heat exchanger Decentralized process steam Heat recovery from production processes (ovens) Optimization of operation and maintenance Energy management Source: SEVEn – the Energy Efficiency Center © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

25 Best Practice – EESI (EPC plus)
Characteristics: 9-storey buildings with single staircase (36 apartments), built in 1980 Guaranteed savings: 56.9% = MWh/a CO2 reduction: 64.9 t/a Measures: comprehensive renovation (general insulation of building, replacement of windows, renovation of heating and hot water system, reconstruction of roof, energy monitoring system) Renovation of 7 buildings by the end of with consortium of financial partners and EU structural funding (23 by the end of 2014) Source: Ekodoma © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

26 Best Practice – EESI (Green EPC)
Pool: 14 buildings, high schools Baseline: about € 2.4 m/a Guaranteed savings: 35% = € 606,000/a Invest: € 36 m CO2 reduction: 2,300 t/a Contract duration: 20 years (PPP contract, start 2009) Measures: 6 wood boilers, 1 heat pump, other new boilers, district heating connection, insulation of windows, photovoltaic plants (5,000 m²) © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

27 Lessons Learned – Criteria and Conditions of Success
Driving force: Political decision makers and public authorities who take on responsibility Reliable legal framework: Clear information that EPC is possible Favourable public procurement rules, tender procedure and accounting treatment Standardized procedures and contracts (while adaptable): Time and cost-effectiveness for implementation → reliability Competition and transparency Promotion and capacity building Information and assistance through independent EPC market facilitators © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

28 Market Development for Energy Services – Romania
Consulting for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), London, UK Objectives support the EBRD in developing and issuing a credit line of about € 70 m for energy services in Romania Role of BEA develop possible solutions and support relevant Romanian Ministries and agencies in implementing them analyze the general conditions for the implementation of energy services (EPC) in public buildings in Romania draft a Romanian Contracting agreement prepare pilot projects Die Bilder zeigen das rumänische Parlamentsgebäude und ein wärmegedämmtes Haus in Bucharest Project duration: 5/2010 – 5/2011 © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

29 Market Development for Energy Services – Principality of Monaco
Objectives Support the Principality of Monaco in introducing a suitable EPC model Call for tenders for a pilot project with contract award Role of BEA: Consultant Develop and adapt the EPC model to Monaco Select public buildings Train administration officials Prepare tendering documents Support the call for tenders and the award of contract for a pilot project → establish a framework for EPC projects in Monaco Result: EPC contract (12 years) for 5 public buildings Guarantee on 27% annual energy cost savings (35% in CO2 emissions) total project cost: € 2+ million © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

30 Outlook European Energy Service Initiative towards
the EU 2020 energy saving targets (EESI 2020) Objective: Europe-wide dissemination of EPC as contribution to EU 2020 targets Target group: demand side = public institutions (as potential EPC clients) and project developers in 9 European cities/metropolitan regions – with EU project „Transparense“ focusing in parallel on supply side (ESCOs) Consortium: BEA as coordinator; partners from Antwerp, Barcelona, Dublin, Graz, Oslo, Prague, Sofia, Zagreb Contents: best-practice database, marketing tools for EPC project developers, implementation of at least 20 EPC projects, European Energy Service Awards Duration: 36 months (4/2013 – 4/2016) © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

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