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1 1 | Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energyeere.energy.gov Federal Energy Workshop and Defense Energy Partnership Forum September 16, 2014 Timothy D. Unruh PhD, PE, CEM Program Manager DOE FEMP

2 2 FEMP’s Role is to Facilitate Action FEMP works with Federal agencies to deploy technologies, tools, and knowledge within the Federal Government through:  Project Financing  Technical Assistance and Guidance  Planning, Reporting, and Evaluating  Federal Fleets  Federal Energy Efficiency Fund (FEEF)

3 3 How: Assessment: Identifying technology need Evaluation: Verifying the technology works Policy and Guidance: Clarifying how to gain access to the technologies Funding: Paying for the technology to be installed Assistance: Helping with installation of the technology Training: Demonstrating how to maintain the technology FEMP Assisting Federal Agencies with Project Implementation

4 4 The Long Road of Progress Site Energy Btu/Gross SqFt 46.2% reduction from % reduction from 2003

5 5 PRELIMINARY DATA Efficiency Investments Government-Wide

6 6 Status of Goals and Objectives Facility energy intensity (E.O /EISA ) Goal: 24% reduction from 2003 Performance: 20.6% Renewable energy (EPACT 2005/E.O ) Goal:7.5% of electricity use Performance: 9.2% Potable water reduction (E.O /13514 ) Goal:12% reduction from 2007 Performance:19.1% Federal Leadership in High Performance and Sustainable Buildings Goal: 11% of eligible buildings meet guiding principles Performance: 3.65% of buildings and 7.32% of SqFt

7 7 Overall Investment $ An estimated $3.81B investment value - 96% of 3.98B commitment FEMP Project Financing Overall Projects # 303 projects Majority of projects proposed are DOE ESPC,147 Awarded Investment $ 153 projects awarded with an investment value of $1.5B President’s Performance Contracting Challenge eProject Builder ENABLE What is it? A new ESPC data entry and tracking system with performance benchmarking capabilities Launch Date of June 16 th, 2014 First customers include: DLA, working with Siemens, on Dugway Proving Ground (UT) ESPC GSA, working with Siemens, on Cleveland EPSC Updates in the Program GSA Schedule 84 vendors expanded to 16 (6 small businesses; more applicants) Enhancements made to Investment Grade Audit Tool, conversion to web interface is underway Rolled out new, comprehensive training: 101 courses, vendor training

8 8 FEMP Technical Assistance and Guidance Data Center Efforts Customer Service- Three Pronged Approach  Agency-Specific Concentration (DOI, DOT, and VA)  Reform Interagency Working Groups  Project Focus for All Agencies Program Development  Completed integration with Better Buildings Challenge  Began work on technical guides for partners Participation & Recruiting  Signed up 9 Partners – 6 Federal and 3 Private (Facebook, eBay, Michigan State U.)  Expect an additional 10+ Federal partners by September 30, 2014  Active discussions with 30+ private sector prospects  On track to sign 75 Partners by 2016

9 9 FEMP Planning, Reporting, and Evaluation Compliance Tracking System (CTS) Benchmarking Guidance (In concurrence at DOE – being reviewed by DOE + OMB) Energy Management Readiness Index (EMRI) 8,437 Covered Facilities, 2.8 billion square feet 70% of Covered Facilities evaluated within last four years 31% of metered buildings benchmarked at least once $3 billion in implemented projects (1,963) reported “ensure that for any agency buildings metered for energy and water performance, the associated monthly performance data is entered into the EPA Energy Star Portfolio Manager....”  Helps agencies assess their facility energy management practices  Collects and analyzes data to characterize an organization’s energy management structure and practices  Allows correlation with metrics of OMB Scorecard, ISO 50001, and other measures

10 10 Federal Energy Efficiency Fund (FEEF) FOA Purpose Provide direct funding through grants to U.S. Federal agencies for the development of CHP or RE capital projects at federally owned sites Project Selection Applicants notified in June; Awards expected in August Cost Share Total project investment of $120M; FEMP funding of $5M with ratio of 24 to 1 Project Types 3 CHP and 6 Renewable projects (specific projects to be announced soon)

11 11 Challenges to Near Term Goals and Objectives


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