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1 Implementing and financing an energy efficient lighting project 20 November 2013 Myles McCarthy Director, Implementation

2 Introduction Why am I here? Energy savings through lighting Barriers to implementation Energy Efficiency Financing Case studies 2 Myles McCarthy Director, Implementation Carbon Trust Todays presenterTodays objectives

3 Why am I here? Energy savings through lighting Barriers to implementation Energy Efficiency Financing Case studies 3 Agenda

4 Carbon Trust Our mission is to accelerate the move to a sustainable, low carbon economy We are independent experts on carbon reduction and resource efficiency, who reinvest surpluses from group commercial activities into our mission 4

5 ADVICE Business strategy Helping businesses capture the opportunities in a sustainable low carbon world Government support Providing cutting-edge policy advice, insights and programme delivery on the transformation of markets Public Sector Advice Enabling the public sector to cut costs and emissions FOOTPRINTING Measuring Understanding the environmental impact of an organisation, product or service Certifying Providing independent verification of organisational or product footprints to endorse sustainable leadership TECHNOLOGY Implementation and Finance Providing expertise and support to businesses to put energy efficiency plans into action Innovation Partnering with companies and governments seeking to create value from the clean technology revolution We help our clients benefit from the opportunities of sustainable, green growth 5

6 £ 35,000 on-site surveys 75% FTSE 100 companies £1.6bn spend on energy efficient equipment 50,000 advice line calls per annum 70% Local Authorities 90% Higher Education Institutions £ 50% NHS Trusts We have worked with: to deliver:and undertaken: £4.5bn energy waste avoided Our expertise is built on deep experience 6

7 Why am I here? Energy savings through lighting Barriers to implementation Energy Efficiency Financing Case studies 7 Agenda

8 The opportunities are found across all sectors Operational Efficiency and Behavioural Change Low/no cost savings through measuring and monitoring energy use, staff engagement and appropriate improvements to the use and maintenance of existing equipment Building Energy Efficiency Investment in new building technologies including: Controls Air conditioning Lighting Ventilation Heating Industrial/Process Energy Efficiency Investment in new industrial technologies and processes including: Motors & drives Refrigeration Compressed air Process heating Process controls Renewable Energy Investment in equipment to generate local renewable heat or electricity: Biomass Solar (thermal/PV) Heat pumps CHP Wind Waste to energy 8 The top left box is often the area customers will want to focus on first and gain some early wins

9 Indicative potential investment returns 40-50% 10-15% 5-10% Source: Carbon Trust analysis 9 The case for investing in energy efficiency is compelling

10 Lighting, training and MM&T are the commonest ways to improve energy efficiency Which of the following technologies have you invested in to improve the energy efficiency of your business in the last year? 10

11 Why am I here? Energy savings through lighting Barriers to implementation Energy Efficiency Financing Case studies 11 Agenda

12 Lack of funds Lack of awareness Lack of confidence Technical advice Energy efficiency finance Common barriersOur unique service Accredited supplier scheme Energy efficiency made easy 12 There are three key barriers to implementation, …which we help organisations to overcome

13 Technical advice Site SurveysBusiness CaseProcurement Impartial, authoritative, impactful advice Identifying the opportunity Data analysis; Investment- grade surveys; Benchmarking; Staff training Robust, evidence-based proposals Making the investment case Financing options; Tax- efficient solutions; Whole-life cost; Market intelligence Expert, best-value procurement service Implementation Supplier sourcing; Performance specification; Tender analysis & evaluation 13 We provide bespoke technical support throughout the implementation process

14 Technical case studies and client references Workforce knowledge, skills and experience Adherence to quality, environmental and safety standards Training, contracting and customer processes Professional memberships Our accredited supplier base ensures best-in-class solutions Accredited supplier scheme 14 Being accredited by the Carbon Trust really underlines our credibility. When clients see the Accredited Supplier logo, it immediately puts them at ease. - John Robb, Director, Cooper Lighting and Safety

15 Accredited supplier scheme Searchable directory of Carbon Trust accredited suppliers Hosted on the Carbon Trust website, which receives over 400,000 unique visitors each year Aiming to become the go to directory for organisations searching for high quality suppliers with a proven track record Wide range of energy efficient equipment and renewables technologies covered or call Our accredited suppliers are listed on the Green Business Directory

16 Why am I here? Energy savings through lighting Barriers to implementation Energy Efficiency Financing Case studies 16 Agenda

17 During financingAfter financing Illustrative savings profile Energy Efficiency Finance 17 Flexible financing can make projects cash flow positive from day one £550m partnership between the Carbon Trust and Siemens Financial Services Financing structured so that savings exceed repayments Available for energy efficiency and renewables projects from as little as £1,000, with no upper limit Independent assessment of energy saving potential conducted by the Carbon Trust

18 How EEF can supports lighting suppliers Supports growth in sales Funding available for all types of businesses Credibility of a Carbon Trust Assessment Reduce risk of losing deals to competitors Widens scope and scale of projects Increased customer satisfaction Convenient and Fast Affordable payments and flexible terms Easier budgeting Leaves existing lines of credit intact Environmental benefits Tax efficient How EEF can supports lighting customers

19 Why am I here? Energy savings through lighting Barriers to implementation Energy Efficiency Financing Case studies 19 Agenda

20 Case Study #1: Small retail shop Existing Lighting System Mixture of 79 luminaires at London high-street shop Tungsten halogen spotlights and some fluorescent lighting to be replaced Existing equipment is typically inefficient with shorter lamp life Proposed Lighting System LED replacements of suitable types to replace all existing fittings Higher efficiency with improved efficacy: up to 90lm/W for LED* Longer life: up to 60,000Hrs to L70 for LED** Existing LuminaireReplacement Lamp 50W MR16 Halogen Down light9W GU10 Down light 35W MR16 Halogen Down light9W GU10 Down light 50W GU10 Halogen Down light9W GU10 Down light 45W Specialist watch cabinet lightingLED Strip-light 36W 4ft Fluorescent20W 4ft LED tubes 50W E27 Golf Ball Lamps10W LED E27 Golf Ball lamps 40W BC lamps10W LED BC Lamps Notes *lm/W (lumens per watt) is a measure of the amount of light produced in lumens for each watt of electrical energy. ** L70 is a term which denotes lamp life to a stage where only 70% of the original light output is produced. As LEDs degrade rather than fail this has become a standardised measure to define lamp life.

21 Small retail shop: Summary of energy cost saving assessment Our assessment indicates that the proposed project should result in monthly energy and maintenance cost savings of £ Based on a financing term of 38 months

22 Small retail shop: Projected Year 1-7 cumulative savings

23 Case Study #2: Transport & Storage Company Existing Lighting System 325 existing 400W High Bay Metal Halide luminaires across eight warehouse sites Including ballast losses each fitting consumes 450W Lighting operates 24hrs per day 7 days per week 51 weeks of the year Existing equipment is typically inefficient with shorter lamp life of 20,000 hours Proposed Lighting System 165W & 250W Induction Luminaires Higher efficacy: up to 85 lm/W* Long lamp life: up to 80,000Hrs Reduced re-lamping costs will be achieved due to long lamp life of induction fittings Existing Inefficient LuminairesHigh Efficiency Luminaires 400W Metal Halide High Bay LightingHigh Bay Induction Lighting Common throughout all eight warehouses.Warehouse 1,3 & 5 250W Warehouse 2,4,6,7 & 8 165W Notes *lm/W (lumens per watt) is a measure of the amount of light produced in lumens for each watt of electrical energy.

24 Transport & Storage Company: Summary of energy cost saving assessment Our assessment indicates that the proposed project should result in monthly energy and maintenance cost savings of £5, Based on a financing term of 60 months

25 Transport & Storage Company: Projected Year 1-7 cumulative savings

26 26 Collaborative procurement model to help Tescos suppliers invest in energy efficient lighting solutions Part of Tescos drive to reduce the carbon footprint of the products it sells by 30% by 2020 Single solution provider procured by the Carbon Trust Competitive process, limited to Carbon Trust Accredited Suppliers Selection based on quality, whole-life cost and capital cost Collective purchasing power used to negotiate discounted rate card Successful pilot concluded in September; full roll out now underway Our suppliers have told us that cost and lack of knowledge can be the biggest barriers to making investment in energy savings. The Buying Club will address these concerns and support them in reducing their carbon footprint in a really practical way. - Chloe Meacher, Tesco Climate Change Manager Tesco Buying Club A collaborative approach to implementation

27 Get in touch: Myles McCarthy, Director of Implementation, Carbon Trust Ian Hunt, National BDM, Energy Efficiency Finance, Siemens STAND H22


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