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Northwest Power and Conservation Council Draft Deemed Measures for Commercial Lighting Retrofit Regional Technical Forum March 8, 2005.

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1 Northwest Power and Conservation Council Draft Deemed Measures for Commercial Lighting Retrofit Regional Technical Forum March 8, 2005

2 Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 2 Todays Discussion Approach Approach Measure List Measure List Results Results Specifications Specifications Recommendation Recommendation

3 Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 3 Approach Fixture-for-fixture retrofit, similar light output Fixture-for-fixture retrofit, similar light output –Plus or minus 20% mean lumen system output One or two measures per base system One or two measures per base system –Based on BPA ESO list of recommended retrofits –With Additions & Deletions Fifth Plan Estimates Fifth Plan Estimates –Hours of operation by business type –Interaction estimates by business type & space heat fuel –Weighted average A/C penetration

4 Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 4 Approach Costs include lamps, ballasts, labor, and fixture costs if applicable Costs include lamps, ballasts, labor, and fixture costs if applicable Cost & savings include on-going periodic replacement costs or savings Cost & savings include on-going periodic replacement costs or savings –Replacing lamps & ballasts –Cost can be positive or negative depending on pre- and post- equipment life, cost, labor, number of lamps Many applications have significant space heat interaction Many applications have significant space heat interaction

5 Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 5 Measure List Started with BPA list of existing systems with suggested retrofit Started with BPA list of existing systems with suggested retrofit Culled 24 measures: Culled 24 measures: –Exit signs (they are in a different deemed list) –Retrofits with less than 80% mean light output –Measures where costs could not be obtained Added 24 measures: Added 24 measures: –Standard T8 to High Performance T8 options –High Output Options: »6-lamp HP T8, 6-lamp and 8-lamp T5 HO –20W ceramic metal halide Plan: Cull another 10 measures for post-2006 Plan: Cull another 10 measures for post-2006 –Eliminate standard T8 as a retrofit

6 Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 6 Measure List 125 measures 125 measures –(Current deemed list has 19 retrofit measures) Incandescent to Screw-In CFL (9 ) Incandescent to Screw-In CFL (9 ) Incandescent to Hard-Wired CFL (29) Incandescent to Hard-Wired CFL (29) Incandescent to Ceramic Metal Halide (7) Incandescent to Ceramic Metal Halide (7) T12 Fluorescent Retrofits (56 ) T12 Fluorescent Retrofits (56 ) Standard T8 Fluorescent to HPT8 (9) Standard T8 Fluorescent to HPT8 (9) Mercury Vapor Retrofits (5 ) Mercury Vapor Retrofits (5 ) Metal Halide Retrofits (10) Metal Halide Retrofits (10)

7 Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 7 Nomenclature: T12 4' Fluorescent, 3-F40T12ES 34W, 1-Mag EE Size and TypeLamp DetailsBallast Details Four Foot T12 Fluorescent System with 3 lamps. Lamps are F40T12 Energy Savers at 34 watts per lamp. One magnetic ballast drives the system. Ballast complies with EPACT 92 standards.

8 Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 8 Nomenclature: Measure Name Four Components to Measure Name Four Components to Measure Name From Base System Name From Base System Name To Retrofit System Name To Retrofit System Name In Business Type In Business Type With Space Heat Fuel Type With Space Heat Fuel Type Example: Example: Replace T12 4' Fluorescent, 3-F40T12ES 34W, 1- Mag EE with T8 High Performance, 2-F32T8HP 32W, 1-Elec HP, in College or University, with GasHt Replace T12 4' Fluorescent, 3-F40T12ES 34W, 1- Mag EE with T8 High Performance, 2-F32T8HP 32W, 1-Elec HP, in College or University, with GasHt

9 Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 9 Review Measure List Go to Measure Table Spread Sheet Go to Measure Table Spread Sheet Review Measure List Review Measure List Review Changes Review Changes

10 Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 10 Results 6375 Deemed Savings Values 6375 Deemed Savings Values 93% of measures (9/125) have at least one cost- effective application, those that dont are close 93% of measures (9/125) have at least one cost- effective application, those that dont are close 76% of applications (4827/6375) are cost-effective 76% of applications (4827/6375) are cost-effective Measures frequently NOT cost-effective: Measures frequently NOT cost-effective: –Expensive measures like ceramic metal halide –Some Standard T8 to HPT8 retrofits w/o delamping –Some 8 foot T12 retrofits Applications frequently NOT cost-effective Applications frequently NOT cost-effective –School applications due to low hours –Electric space heat

11 Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 11 Go to Measure Table Look at Pivot Table Look at Pivot Table

12 Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 12 Proposed High-Performance T8 Specifications (CEE Revision of February 1, 2005)

13 Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 13 CEE High-Performance T8 Specifications

14 Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 14 End

15 Northwest Power and Conservation Council Network PC Power Management RTF March 8, 2005

16 Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 16 Revise Savings Estimate Assume LCD screens Assume LCD screens –LCD Power levels at 43% of CRT for all sizes –Use 43%*65= 28 watts for ON mode –Minimal change in PM Mode New PCs have hotter chips New PCs have hotter chips –Intel 4 at 67 Watts & AMD Athlon at 104 W –Use 80 Watts active instead of 70 Watts –Minimal change in PM Mode Savings drops from 200 to 170 kWh/PC/Year Savings drops from 200 to 170 kWh/PC/Year Source: LBNL July 2002 Source: LBNL July 2002


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