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Dave Pearson, Director of Innovation IHEEM Conference 27 th October 2009 Using an Ammonia Chiller Plant to Deliver Lower Cooling Costs http://www.star-ref.co.uk/star/content/view/199/145/
BHH Awards – 12 th November 2009 Best Ecological Product High efficiency, long life, low charge, natural refrigerant cooling
Food, HVAC, Process, Leisure, Retail, IT UK Based Refrigeration Specialist Design, Manufacture & Install 10 Branch offices 298 Employees Who Are We?
Energy Efficiency Environmental Refrigerant Longevity Package Solution Proven Technology Best Ecological Product Ammonia Chillers
The Team The remarkable thing about this project is not the technology, which is well established and proven to be lower cost. The remarkable thing about this project is the selection of this technology for this market sector. That is the prize winner!
Energy Efficiency Refrigeration Electricity Other Electricity U.K. Energy NHS Energy Star ammonia chiller delivers annual savings to GOSH of: £190,000 = 7.6 Nurses 1376 Tonnes CO 2 = 331 Times * 1250kW Load with heat recovery
Environmental HFC Ammonia Synthetic chemical Global warming potential 1300-4500 Cost £10 / kg Typically 30% lost per year per chiller Natural substance Zero GWP Cost £1 / kg
Longevity 1 x Star Ammonia2 x HFC Chillers 20 year life Typical 10 year life 1870 Ammonia 2009 ?? Future Proof + HFC Refrigerant
Package Solution Star Ammonia Chillers Ideal for retrofits Pre-tested & Charged Heat recovery option Easy Plug & Play Easy Maintenance <0.1 Kg per kW
Questions ? Thank you for your time Any Questions?
Our mission is to work with the public sector to reduce carbon emissions through investment in energy efficiency and renewable technologies.
Salix Finance One company two funding streams Salix Recycling Fund Salix Energy Efficiency Loan Scheme
Characteristics of the funding CharacteristicLoan FundRecycling Fund Interest FreeYes Project Compliancy Criteria Technical payback of less than 5 years Lifetime cost of CO2 less than £100/tonne Project must be additional Technical payback of less than 5 years Lifetime cost of CO2 less than £100/tonne Project must be additional Funding for Projects100% FundedMatched Funded 50% PSO / 50% SALIX RepaymentThe repayments will commence March 2011 and will be in 8 x 6 monthly equal instalments No repayment as long as the recycling condition of minimum 60% reinvestment annually into projects is achieved
Salix Finance – what do we do? Salix Recycling Fund
Provide a long term interest free recycling fund for investment in energy saving projects Salix funding is matched by client as a % of their energy bill Ring fenced fund is created within the organisation Initial funding is spent over two years Each individual project repays its cost back to the fund from the savings
Project Example – Car Park Lighting by Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk (BCKLWN) BEFORE: 274x70W + 10x58W +48 x18W = 20.6kW Operate for 18 Hours a day = 372kWh/day 135,500kWh/year £13,550/yr running costs AFTER: Installation of ‘Save it Easy’ e-Ballast conversion units, and replacement of T8 bulbs with T5 bulbs. Load reduced by 32% down to 14.0kW £3,112 energy saving / year projected Technical payback 2.61 years 22.5 tCO2 saved / year (projected) 42,000kWh saved annually (projected). Project completion – Oct 2008
Project knowledge – Car Park Lighting by BCKLWN Client – BCKLWN Client contact - Samuel Illsley Tel – 01553 616471 Email – email@example.com High Frequency ballasts 20,000hr lamp life – twice as long as existing bulbs 2yr Lamp and adapter replacement warranty Year Projection = 36,000kWh will be saved £ Saved/ Year = £3,600 CO 2 Saved = 19.3 tonnes Actual Savings Realised: 2007 kWh 2008 kWh Saving kWh Oct22368203971971 Nov23036201422894 Dec24704217062998 Year2572962498577863 £Saved £ 786.32 CO 2 Saved 4.22 Company: Bonnyline www.bonnyline.co.uk Contact: Warwick Grant Tel: 0845 459 9961
Matched Funding needs to be secured, this can be spread over 3 budget years 4 ready to go compliant projects of different technologies Sign off from executive and or politicians NB !! - A Salix Application can be embedded into your CMP with the identified projects from your SIP forming the basis of the application Salix Recycling Fund - Applications
Operating a Salix Recycling Fund Makes sense from a financial, energy saving and carbon reduction perspective It simultaneously lowers your energy bill and carbon footprint while delivering technology and efficiency upgrades to your whole estate Provides a focus for education and cultural change especially among employees in maintenance, building services and procurement Opportunity to recycle the fund for future projects Salix Recycling Fund
Key characteristics of a successful fund Good people to run the fund – generally the energy manager Good relations with finance, sustainability, procurement and facilities management Ability to market the fund internally Processes and systems in place to identify projects A strong stream of compliant projects
All public sector organisations in England are eligible to apply. The scheme will accept applications during 2009 until all the funding has been allocated. Loans will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Salix Energy Efficiency Loans
First call closed 17 July 2009- allocated 20% Next call now open until 9 October 2009 The minimum amount available is £5000 per application with no upper limit providing all projects can be completed within 9 months of agreed application.
Repayments should be covered from the energy savings achieved by the projects Organisations can keep all the savings generated once the loan is repaid. Loans will be available for around 80 different energy efficiency technologies Outline details
Project TypeNoAvg. £ Cost Avg. £ Savings pa Avg. Technical Payback Lighting upgrades 435£16,536£5,0313.3 Insulation (Loft, Cavity Wall, Roof, Double Glazing) 385£8,572£2,2403.8 Lighting controls 321£11,679£3,6923.2 Pipe work Insulation (Cooling, Heating) 230£4,343£1,5952.7 Boilers - replacement 201£28,815£6,6854.3 Voltage reduction equipment 196£24,109£7,4613.4 Heating (e.g. controls, zone control valves, electric to gas replacement) 183£12,781£4,0093.2 BEMS - remotely managed 144£13,089£4,4983.2 Variable speed drives 135£12,274£6,1542.5 Insulation - draught proofing 113£10,407£3,1513.6 Boilers - control systems 112£9,447£3,0323.3 Office Equipment Improvements (PC power management, thin computers, virtualisation 99£24,502£9,4442.6 Time switches 89£1,788£1,1981.9 Heating - TRVs 71£6,780£2,2913.2 Hot Water (Distribution improvements, point of use heaters) 66£9,939£3,0373.3 BEMS - bureau remotely managed 66£19,628£5,6933.6 Swimming Pool Covers (Liquid, Manual, Motorised) 51£8,722£6,5291.3 Ventilation (distribution, controls, air handling units) 31£9,129£3,8492.4 Cooling (plant replacement / upgrade, free cooling) 30£24,250£5,8634.1 Project examples
Applicants will need To complete the Project Compliance Tool and submit The application form should be completed on line and then printed and signed and the hard copy sent to: Salix 25 Southampton Buildings London WC2A 1AL Email help line available firstname.lastname@example.org Successful applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application within 14 days by receipt of a commitment letter agreeing the loan funding. Application process
On completion of projects a completion certificate must be completed and signed and sent to Salix Salix will then issue a loan agreement and direct debit mandate for the authorised officer to sign and return to Salix On receipt of completed documentation the loan funding will be paid by BACS. Possibility of stage payments for large single projects Loans process
For both the fund and the loan schemes there is limited finance Opportunity for those with ready to go projects Others who need to carry out more work there will be another call If cannot make deadlines for the loan then consider the fund. Salix
Further details More information is available on the Salix website. http://www.salixfinance.co.uk/loans http://www.salixfinance.co.uk
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