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Energy Security Federal Research Center at White Oak, Silver Spring, MD January 16, 2013.

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1 Energy Security Federal Research Center at White Oak, Silver Spring, MD January 16, 2013

2 2013 ADC INSTALLATION INNOVATION FORUM | PAGE 2 White Oak Aerial View

3 2013 ADC INSTALLATION INNOVATION FORUM | PAGE 3 Dealing with Growth 2009 Master Plan: 9K Employees, 3.9M GSF 1997 Master Plan: 6K Employees, 2.1M GSF Reliability Intensity Location Timing Square Footage Dynamic Program! Intensity Location Timing Square Footage Dynamic Program! Dynamic Program!

4 2013 ADC INSTALLATION INNOVATION FORUM | PAGE 4 White Oak ESPC I Features 25KW photo voltaic array Renovation of Firehouse/Maintenance Garage Construction of Generator Hall with Control Room 5.8MW Dual Fuel Engine Generator 2MW standby diesel generator (Black start generator) 1 - 1,130 Ton Absorption Chiller 2 - 1,130 Ton Electric Centrifugal Chillers MMBtu/Hr Hot Water Boilers Ancillary Plant Equipment and Distribution System Square FootagePower LoadCooling Load 684,0006,473 KW2,200 Tons

5 2013 ADC INSTALLATION INNOVATION FORUM | PAGE 5 White Oak ESPC II Features ESPC II Base Delivery Order Photovoltaic Array Expansion Building Expansion for Generators MW Natural Gas Combustion Turbine ton Electric Centrifugal Chiller Ancillary Plant Equipment and Distribution System ESPC II All Options Modification MW Natural Gas Combustion Turbines ton Electric Centrifugal Chillers ton Absorption Chiller Ancillary Plant Equipment and Distribution System ESPC II Elec Gen Modification MW Natural Gas Combustion Turbine Square FootagePower LoadCooling Load 2,694,00021,778 KW9,096 Tons

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7 2013 ADC INSTALLATION INNOVATION FORUM | PAGE 7 Energy Security (through ESPC II) Interconnection with Electric Grid Two separate feeders into substation Underground Electrical Distribution System Automatic Load-Shed Scheme 5.8 MW Engine-Generator Dual Fuel/Primary Power Source during early stages of campus development MW Turbine-Generators 2 MW Standby Diesel Generator

8 2013 ADC INSTALLATION INNOVATION FORUM | PAGE 8 ESPC III – Development Considerations Expanded Auto Load Shed Scheme Additional Dual-fuel Generation Assets Steam from CUP vs. Local Steam Generators –Labs and vivariums Challenging Site

9 2013 ADC INSTALLATION INNOVATION FORUM | PAGE 9 Electrical Generation Two MW turbine-generators (dual fuel) One MW turbine-generator (natural gas only) One - 5 MW steam turbine-generator Two MW diesel black-start generators Back-up Fuel Storage (80,000 gal) Chilled Water 2,500 tons + 1 relocated) Cooling Towers for Chillers and Steam Condensers Thermal Energy Storage (2 million gal) Heat Recovery Steam Generators (132,000 lbh) Dual-fuel Steam Back-up Boiler (one 25 KPPH) Heating Hot Water Converters (112 MMBTUH) ESPC III Base – Major Physical Features

10 2013 ADC INSTALLATION INNOVATION FORUM | PAGE 10 CUP: Birds Eye Perspective

11 2013 ADC INSTALLATION INNOVATION FORUM | PAGE 11 Micro Grid – Systems Integration Challenges Mission requirements Procurement sequence Multiple designers Development/communication of criteria Consulting Party concurrence Points of interface Building automation system (BAS) Plant controls Utility distribution system Operational constraints Mission Physical parameters Environmental requirements/ restrictions Fiscal considerations Export limitations Optimization elements CUP equipment deployment in response to campus loads Campus interaction with PJM grid/ market Load management in buildings to enhance demand response capability Practical challenges Grid separation Black Start recovery Building systems status/ restart Critical load management Human interaction Level of automation

12 2013 ADC INSTALLATION INNOVATION FORUM | PAGE 12 ESPC Environmental Benefits Annual Energy Savings: Current: 640,000 MMBtu ESPC III Base: 275,000 MMBtu Pollution Prevention (annual): Current: 50,000 metric tons CO 2 -equivalent ESPC III Base: 22,000 metric tons CO 2 -equivalent Co-Generation reduces GSA NCR Demand: Response during Gold Days (approximately 22 MW currently; nearly 33 MW post-ESPC III Base)

13 2013 ADC INSTALLATION INNOVATION FORUM | PAGE 13 Other ESPC Project Benefits Reduced first-cost to Government Reduced recurring costs to Government More energy efficient campus Fixed accountability for systems performance Flexibility to meet evolving program requirements Adaptive re-use of historic structures Demand response capability ($ to GSA) Enhanced Energy Security Ability to continue mission independent of the grid

14 2013 ADC INSTALLATION INNOVATION FORUM | PAGE 14 Questions/Discussion Mel Fernandez, Ph.D., P.E., CEM Director, Federal Project Development Honeywell Building Solutions 31 Larks Aire Place The Woodlands, TX Office: Cell:


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