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1 An open and integrated approach to facilities management Quintin McCutcheon Business Development Manager October 2010

2 Schneider Electric 2 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Why are we here? Integrated Solutions

3 Schneider Electric 3 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Facility owners are at a crossroads Compliance Demands Energy Environment Reporting

4 Schneider Electric 4 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Compliance Demands Buildings' Proportion of Total Energy Consumption Region % of Total Energy Consumed % of Total GHG Emissions European Union40 United States39 Canada3830 Source: European Commission, U.S. Green Building Council, Canadian Green Building Council ●What was a buzz ●‘Energy’ ●‘Environmental sustainability’ ●Is now reality

5 Schneider Electric 5 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Glass half-full approach ●Enormous savings potential through: ●Cost efficient energy (Punitive tariffs) ●Sustainability (Tax benefits) ●The EU has emerged at the forefront of green building legislation ●Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD), since 2003 ●Mandatory for all Member States “Global energy consumption is expected to grow 45 percent from 2002 to 2025” Source: World Business Council for Sustainable Development

6 Schneider Electric 6 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Objectives of EPBD ●Establish a methodology for calculating energy performance of a building ●Apply minimum standards to new buildings and major refurbishments ●Building certification to make energy consumption visible for: ●Owners, tenants and users ●Inspection of boilers and air-conditioning to reduce ●Energy Consumption ●Greenhouse gas emissions

7 Schneider Electric 7 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 The energy dilemma is here to stay vsvs Energy demand by 2050 Electrical energy demand by 2030 CO 2 emissions to avoid dramatic climate changes The factsThe need Source: IEA 2008 Source: IPCC 2007, figure (vs. 1990 level) Energy management is the key to address the dilemma

8 Schneider Electric 8 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Facility owners are at a crossroads Compliance Demands Energy Environment Reporting Tenant Demands Comfort Health/Safety/Security Flexibility Visibility & Control

9 Schneider Electric 9 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Tenant Demands ●Occupational health and safety ●Sick building syndrome (SBS) since 1984 ●Prevalent in 30% of new and remodelled office buildings ●10-30% of occupants affected ●Relationship between ●Indoor air quality or thermal comfort; and ●Employee motivation and productivity ●Knock-on affect to the employer’s operations ●Residential and commercial tenants seeking a more proactive role in controlling their facilities ●Visibility, functionality and flexibility

10 Schneider Electric 10 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Facility owners are at a crossroads Compliance Demands Energy Environment Reporting Tenant Demands Comfort Health/Safety/Security Flexibility Visibility & Control Tightening Margins through rising costs

11 Schneider Electric 11 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Tighter Margins ●Total life cycle cost ●10% attributed to construction ●60-80% incurred from ongoing maintenance, energy, etc ●Energy costs are typically 30% of ongoing operating costs End-use Energy Consumption in a Typical Commercial Building End-use % Range of Total Energy Consumed Space Heating25-33 Cooling21-23 Lighting15-27 Ventilation5-16 Office Equipment7-20 Source: Frost & Sullivan

12 Schneider Electric 12 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 The Surging Price of Fuel ●U.S. Natural Gas Electric Power Price Trend (2002-08) rose by 184% Source: EIA

13 Schneider Electric 13 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 The Surging Price of Fuel ●U.S. Average Wholesale Electricity Price (2002 vs 2006) rose by 52% Source: EIA

14 Schneider Electric 14 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 South Africa 1988 to 2012 R1.32/kWh on punitive tariff 5.9% incr. R0.20/ kwh 31.3% incr. R0.33 / kwh 24.8% incr. R0.42 / kwh 25.8% incr. R0.52/kWh 25.9% incr. R0.65 /kWh 20112012 27.5% incr. R0.25 / kwh

15 Schneider Electric 15 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Medium term Demand-Supply gap ●Cost of construction ●Uncertainty over climate change policy, i.e. carbon emissions ●Slow uptake of renewable energy ●Long lead time for new generation to come on-stream ●Coal-fired and nuclear Electricity prices will remain high

16 Schneider Electric 16 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 What are the challenges Facility owners are at a crossroads Compliance Demands Energy Environment Reporting Tenant Demands Comfort Health/Safety/Security Flexibility Visibility & Control Tightening Margins through rising costs

17 Schneider Electric 17 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it ●Facilities viewed as sunk cost ●Replace ageing equipment as and when a failure occurs ●Minimizing immediate costs ●Keeping within short-term maintenance and repair budget ●This approach results in: ●Parameter overrides to fix problems ●Insufficient planning for change in occupancy patterns The Facility drifts out of control

18 Schneider Electric 18 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Disparate Brands ●Investment made at various points in time ●HVAC ●Lighting ●Security ●Access Control ●Across various parts of a site or across multiple sites The Result ●Disparate support / service arrangements ●Locked into specific hardware platforms and service providers ●Increased personnel training and service costs

19 Schneider Electric 19 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Disparate Brands

20 Schneider Electric 20 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Requirements Integrated Monitoring and Control ●Centralised monitoring and control ●Open communications ●Flexible architecture ●Connectivity to any vendor and product of choice

21 Schneider Electric 21 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Integrated Monitoring and Control Integrated & Standardized View & Control HVAC Lighting Fire & Life Safety Communications Maintenance & Asset Management Business Systems Access Control Security

22 Schneider Electric 22 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Why Integrate? ●Reduce operating costs ●Improve margins ●Increase visibility, control and standardisation ●Connect to open protocols ●OPC ●BACnet ●LONWorks ●EIB ●Modbus ●Single or multi-site integration ●Retain original investments and future-proof the system

23 Schneider Electric 23 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 The Ideal Solution ●Continues to operate, while online changes are made ●Full redundancy ●Centralised and localisable ●Select a partner with the necessary expertise and support ●Clearly define standards

24 Schneider Electric 24 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Multiple silo systems Integrated Solution Solution vision

25 Schneider Electric 25 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010

26 Schneider Electric 26 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Green Point Stadium FIFA World Cup 2010

27 Schneider Electric 27 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 System Integration Truly open and integrated Building Management Software that is multi-vendor compatible.

28 Schneider Electric 28 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 SCADA Operator Control

29 Schneider Electric 29 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Green Point Stadium Project Samples

30 Schneider Electric 30 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Real-time monitoring and control

31 Schneider Electric 31 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Conclusion ●Helps towards ●energy efficiency ●environmental sustainability ●tenant comfort ●Challenges ●facility managers to improve performance ●tenants to be more responsible in energy use A unified view of operations increases transparency

32 Schneider Electric 32 - Automation – Quintin McCutcheon – October 2010 Thank you


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