Presentation on theme: "Where can I find more information on specific programs related to Illinois Energy Now? 1. IEN Standard and Custom Incentive ProgramsPrograms 2. IEN New."— Presentation transcript:
Where can I find more information on specific programs related to Illinois Energy Now? 1. IEN Standard and Custom Incentive ProgramsPrograms 2. IEN New Construction ProgramProgram 3. IEN Retro-commissioning ProgramProgram 4. IEN Energy Efficiency Aggregation Program Apps due May Program 5. ISBE School Energy Efficiency GrantsGrants 6. Wind & Solar Program Doug McMahan: Siemens Industry / _Recycling/Energy/Energy+Efficiency/#PSEE
Electric Grants - $55m Gas Grants - $19m Electric Grants - $55m Gas Grants - $25m Doug McMahan: Siemens Industry /
High Performance or Reduced WattageIncentive paid per Lamp Retrofit 4-foot Lamp and Ballast$13.00 per Lamp Reduced Wattage 8-Foot T-8 8-foot Lamp and Ballast$22.00 per Lamp Specialty T-8 Lamps and Ballasts 4-foot U Tube and Ballast$7.00 per Lamp 2-foot Lamp and Ballast$7.00 per Lamp 3-foot Lamp and Ballast$12.00 per Lamp Doug McMahan: Siemens Industry / Incentive for retrofitting existing T12 lamps and magnetic ballasts with high performance T8 lamps and electronic ballasts. This measure is based on the Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) high performance T8 specification (www.cee1.org). A list of qualified lamps and ballasts can be found at: Indicate from the list which lamps and ballasts will be installed. You may attach the list and circle the items that will be used. Both the lamp and ballast must meet the specification in order to qualify for an incentive. Incentives for this measure are calculated per lamp installed.www.cee1.org
Delamp, Permanent Lamp RemovalIncentive Paid Per Lamp Removed Delamp, 4-foot Lamp, Ballast, Holders$12.00 per Lamp Delamp, 8-foot Lamp, Ballast, Holders$15.00 per Lamp Delamp, 4-foot Lamp, add Reflector$22.00 per Lamp Delamp, 8-foot Lamp, add Reflector$29.00 per Lamp Doug McMahan: Siemens Industry / De-lamp is the net reduction in the number of lamps in a fixture. Applicants are responsible for determining whether or not to use reflectors in combination with lamp removal in order to maintain adequate lighting levels. Lighting levels are expected to meet the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) recommended light levels. Unused lamps, lamp holders, and ballasts must be permanently removed from the fixture and disposed of in accordance with local regulations. This measure is applicable when retrofitting from T12 lamps to T8 lamps or reconfiguring a T8 fixture to reduce the number of lamps. Removing lamps from a T12 fixture that is not being retrofitted with T8 lamps are not eligible for this incentive.
High Performance T8/T5 New Fluorescent Fixtures with Electronic Ballast Total Existing Fixture Watts less total New Fixture Watts $0.75 per Watts Reduced Doug McMahan: Siemens Industry / Submit manufacturer specification sheet that shows new fixtures meet the new fixture specifications:. The T8 or T5 lamps must have a color rendering index (CRI) 80. The electronic ballast must be high frequency (20 kHz), UL listed, and warranted against defects for 5 years. Ballast power factor (PF) Ballasts for 4-foot lamps total harmonic distortion (THD) 20%. Ballasts for 2- and 3-foot lamps total harmonic distortion THD 32%. High output T5/T8 lamps also qualify for this rebate. Projects with new T8 or T5 fixtures that operate 6,000 hours per year (such as 24-hour facilities) may apply under the Custom Incentive Program.
For those electric and/or natural gas efficiency measures not listed in Standard Incentive Program Electric Custom Incentive = $0.12 per annual kWh savings Exterior LED or Induction Lighting Incentive = $0.30 per annual kWh savings Natural Gas Custom Incentive = $1.25 per annual therms savings Simple payback must be 1 to 7 years Doug McMahan: Siemens Industry /
The incentives are based on how far beyond the Illinois Energy Conservation Code for Commercial Buildings that the building or the building components will be constructed. This is to encourage applicants to design the building to achieve the greatest level of energy efficiency. DCEO reserves the right to negotiate different incentive levels if the applicant is under rules that already require beyond code achievement Maximum Base Incentive Rate for New Construction Program. New Construction Incentives Electric ($.08 / kwh)Natural Gas ($.80 / therm) Buildings seeking LEED Silver, Gold or Platinum shall be eligible for Design Bonus based on percentage of beyond code energy cost savings. Maximum bonus can not exceed $50,000. Building Performance Incentive per sq. ft. 10% beyond code $ % beyond code $ % beyond code $ % beyond code $ % beyond code $1.00 Doug McMahan: Siemens Industry – /
Maximum Grant Award. The Department may provide up to, but not more than, a maximum grant award of $2.50 per square foot for projects (Base plus Bonus Incentive). Funding decisions are made as funding is available and the Department is not obligated to provide the maximum grant amount. The Department reserves the right to review applications and negotiate grant amounts. Projects are subject to a cost effectiveness evaluation Maximum Incentive. The Department may provide up to, but not more than, a maximum incentive of $300,000. A single award may exceed $300,000 if the application includes multiple project locations.
Audit RX Agents (list of 22) Agree to $10,000 spend on 18mth payback items. Begin Implementation by May 31 st, 2013 Complete Implementation by May 31 st, 2014 Time Commitment: hrs. Expense can apply towards $10,000 Doug McMahan: Siemens Industry / commissioning.html
Shut down until July 1 st, 2012 Up to 50% of Cost Maximum Rebate is $30,000 Doug McMahan: Siemens Industry /
LinkInformation Energy Programs: guidelines, RFPs, contacts, applications, and other resources IL Clean Energy Community Foundation Smart Energy Design Assistance Center Doug McMahan: Siemens Industry / Public Sector Electric Efficiency (PSEE) Program Contacts New Applications: Sally Agnew, Public Schools & Community Colleges: Byron Lloyd, , Public Universities, Retro-commissioning & New Construction : Tom Coe,
Deduction is limited to the capitalized energy efficiency investment for the year in which the energy efficient investment is made The provision is effective for property placed in service after December 31, 2005 and prior to December 31, Deduction can be allocated to design firms for energy-efficient commercial building property expenditures made by a public entity, such as public schools, hospitals or government offices $1.80 max per square foot
Tax Consequences to Owner of Public Building. The owner of the public building is not required to include any amount in income on account of the § 179D deduction allocated to the designer. The owner of the public building is, however, required to reduce the basis of the energy efficient commercial building property (or partially qualifying commercial building property) by the amount of the § 179D deduction allocated. Doug McMahan: Siemens Industry /
Doug McMahan Siemens Industry, Inc Sr. Energy & Solutions Consultant Mobile