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1 Overview of Purdue Universitys Technical Assistance Program (TAP) Ethan Rogers, Manager EES August 10 th, 2010

2 Agenda Who & What is Purdue TAP? How can Purdue TAP help your companys efforts to become more sustainable? –Developing a Green Workforce –Overview of Energy Efficiency Services Copyright 2009 Purdue Research Foundation

3 Purdue Technical Assistance Program Purdue TAP MEP Center EESH-TAP Campus Resources

4 TAP Locations: Anderson Columbus Evansville Fort Wayne Indianapolis Jasper New Albany South Bend West Lafayette Westville Copyright 2009 Purdue Research Foundation

5 Center Lifetime Economic Impact Jobs Created and Retained ……………….... 2,589 Sales Created and Retained ……. $248,228,591 Cost Savings ……………………………. $41,223,516 Investment …………………………….. $54,032,182 Total ……………………………………… $343,484,289 July 1, 2005 to June 30, 2009

6 Current Programs Save Energy Now Indiana! –Industrial FY 2010 Statewide –Commercial –Institutional EPA FY2009 P 2 – Pollution Prevention – 14 Water & Waste Water Treatment National Accounts – Community Colleges – MEP Centers

7 EES Core Services Energy Team Building Best Practices Workshops Green Workforce Development Energy Surveys & Assessments

8 Best Practices Workshops Motors –Indianapolis 8/11 Boilers & steam systems Compressed Air Pumping systems –South Bend 8/25 –Columbus 8/26 Fans & Blowers Process Heating HVAC Lighting EPAct 2005 tax incentives Energy Savings 101

9 How Purdue TAP can help you: Identifying the Opportunities Workforce Training Implementation Assistance Exploring the possibilities Copyright 2009 Purdue Research Foundation

10 Identifying the Opportunities Leans Deadly Wastes 1.Overproduction 2.Inventory 3.Transportation 4.Motion 5.Defects 6.Over Processing 7.Waiting Copyright 2009 Purdue Research Foundation Efficiency = Green Saving $ =Reducing CO 2 Waste is anything other than the minimum amount of equipment, materials, parts, space, and workers time which are absolutely necessary to add value to the product. - Shoichiro Toyoda, President, Toyota

11 Workforce Training MEP – Lean, Quality, Top-Line-Growth EES – Energy Efficiency & Sustainability HTAP – Efficiency, Quality, Safety in healthcare facilities PTAP – Drug Safety, Quality, Compliance Copyright 2009 Purdue Research Foundation

12 Workforce Training - EES Energy: –Team building –Workshops –Assessments Sustainability –Awareness –Training –Implementation Copyright 2009 Purdue Research Foundation

13 Workforce Training – EES – Team Building 111 workers trained 22 companies engaged After only 1 year: 8 companies reported savings of $1.26 million and; Average energy intensity reduction of 8.5% Copyright 2009 Purdue Research Foundation

14 Workforce Training – EES - Best Practices Workshops Boilers & Steam Compressed Air Pumping systems Fans & Blowers Chillers & Cooling Towers HVAC Lighting Energy Efficiency & Financial Decisions Copyright 2009 Purdue Research Foundation

15 Workforce Training – EES - Energy Assessments Plant Surveys Plant Energy Profiles Plant Wide Assessments Energy Savings Assessments Custom Copyright 2009 Purdue Research Foundation

16 ISO Demonstration Project US DOE Superior Energy Performance (SEP) ANSI MSE 2000 Workforce Training – EES - Energy Assessments ISO Pilot US DOE LEADER program

17 Workforce Training – EES Green Enterprise Development Knowledge Skill Culture Training Empowerment Reward Copyright 2009 Purdue Research Foundation

18 Green Generalist (G101) Green Specialist Program –Public Workshops –On-site Training –Exam Prep SME Green Manufacturing Specialist Certificate Copyright 2009 Purdue Research Foundation Workforce Training – EES Green Enterprise Development

19 Program Outcomes Convey key concepts Awareness of Resources Understand the business case for sustainability Ongoing capability Copyright 2009 Purdue Research Foundation Workforce Training – EES Green Enterprise Development

20 Implementation Assistance Advanced Manufacturing Specialists 6-Sigma Black belts Certified Energy Managers Sub-contractors U.S. Dept. of Energy Specialists Faculty & campus specialists

21 Implementation Assistance TAP is complementing our efforts through constant improvement of manufacturing processes, continuous research and development, and unceasing refinement of marketing and sales plans, we are steadily growing ourselves and our company. I see progress with TAP. -Brian Reichart, President & CEO, Red Gold

22 Exploring the Possibilities Understanding, Evaluating, and Imagining –Faculty / Student Feasibility Studies –Connections: Campus Resources Discovery Park Purdue Research Park (Foundation) Copyright 2009 Purdue Research Foundation


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