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2 A Workshop for Federal Energy Managers presented for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Federal Energy Management Program by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Facility Energy Decision System An Introduction to

3 n FEMP’s mission is to “work with you to reduce the cost of government by advancing energy efficiency, renewable energy, and water conservation. Together we: create partnerships, leverage resources, transfer technology, and provide training and support.”

4 n Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is one of DOE’s multi-program research and development laboratories located in Richland, Washington combined GOCO/ COCO operation operated for DOE by Battelle Memorial Institute ~4200 staff members

5 n Greenhouse Gas Reduction Greenhouse gas emissions attributed to facility energy use reduced by 30% by 2010 compared to 1990 levels n Energy Efficiency Improvement Energy consumption per gross square foot reduced by 30% by 2005 and 35% by 2010 relative to 1985 n Industrial and Laboratory Facilities Energy consumption per square foot, per unit of production, or per other unit as applicable by 20% by 2005 and 25% by 2010 relative to 1990 n Renewable Energy Strive to expand the use of renewable energy by implementing renewable energy projects and purchasing electricity from renewable energy sources Executive Order 13123

6 n Petroleum Reduce the use of petroleum by switching to a less greenhouse gas-intensive, nonpetroleum energy source; by eliminating unnecessary fuel use; or by other appropriate methods n Source Energy Strive to reduce total energy use and associated greenhouse gas and other air emissions, as measured at the source. Undertake cost-effective projects in which source energy decreases, even if site energy use increases n Water Conservation Reduce water consumption and associated energy use to meet goals set by the Secretary of Energy Executive Order 13123 (con’t)

7 FEDS Process

8 Survey n Purpose of survey helps organize and examine available information prioritize and direct resources for additional data gathering estimate resource efficiency potential characterize and prioritize the most promising retrofit opportunities estimate capital investment requirements and potential energy and cost savings n Information acquisition don’t go any deeper or broader than needed focused approach to minimize cost and effort FEDS Process

9 Analyze n Technical analyses baseline energy analyses identify alternatives resource assessment n Comply with 10 CFR 436 FEDS Process

10 Integrate n Technology Opportunities Buildings Non-building end use n Non-Technology Opportunities O&M Processes FEDS Process

11 Implement n Funding n Stakeholders n Developing projects n Creating an implementation plan n Ensure persistency FEDS Process

12 Verify Verification is important, yet its requirements can reduce the cost- effectiveness of selected measures! n Quality n Commissioning n Verification n Evaluation FEDS Process

13 Hanford Hanford Fort Lewis Vandenberg AFB Vandenberg AFB Travis AFB Travis AFB Fort Hood Fort Hood Fort Irwin Fort Irwin Camp Pendleton Camp Pendleton Forest Products Laboratory Robins AFB Robins AFB Fort Stewart / Hunter AAF Fort Stewart / Hunter AAF Cape Canaveral AFS Cape Canaveral AFS Hanscom AFB Hanscom AFB Fort Drum Fort Drum Griffiss AFB Griffiss AFB Social Security Administration Patrick AFB Patrick AFB Forrestal Building Northwest Fisheries Science Center Fort Sam Houston NAS Willow Grove NAS North Island Naval Hospital San Diego 29 Palms Fort Carson Fort Campbell Fort Dix Energy Management Sites Sierra Army Depot Camp Parks Presidio of Monterey FortHuachuca SchofieldBarracks Fort Shafter RedstoneArsenal Fort Knox Fort Knox Fort Riley Fort Polk Fort Polk Fort McPherson / Gillem Fort Bragg MOT Sunny Point Fort Jackson Fort Gordon AnnistonAD Fort Benning Bluegrass AD Fort Buchanan

14 Introduction to FEDS n What is FEDS? n Who developed it? n Why was it developed?

15 FEDS - What is it? n FEDS is a fuel-neutral, technology independent, comprehensive method for quickly and objectively identifying building energy efficiency improvements that offer maximum savings

16 Who Developed FEDS? The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) developed FEDS with funding from: U.S. Department of Energy’s Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) U.S. Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (USA-CERL) U.S. Army Installation Management Agency, Southeast Region (IMA/SERO) U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center (NFESC) Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) Rebuild America (RBA) World Bank

17 Why was FEDS Developed? n Large military bases needed a tool to help them determine where their energy was going and what energy opportunities existed Bases had: –hundreds and often thousands of buildings, and usually only one meter –little detailed engineering information on individual buildings –limited understanding of utility information n Key elements missing in existing software programs

18 FEDS Design Goals n FEDS was designed with two major purposes in mind: estimating current energy consumption for all energy systems under consideration determining the minimum life-cycle-cost retrofits to systems within a facility and on an installation (considering all interactive effects) and includes estimating: –pre- and post-retrofit consumption –first cost of the retrofits –recurring O&M costs for the retrofits –value of the change in annual energy consumption and annual O&M requirements –net present value of the retrofits

19 How to Obtain the Software n Visit to submit a request on-line and to view latest software news and update information n Once you’re listed on the official distribution list, you will be notified of all upgrades & updates

20 FEDS Capabilities n What can FEDS do? n What is unique about FEDS?

21 n Assess and analyze energy efficiency in multiple buildings and at multiple sites n Identify retrofits, determine payback, and enable users to prioritize options n Provide a consistent basis for decision-making on retrofit options 1/03 1/04 1/05 What Can FEDS Do?

22 n Calculate lowest life-cycle and cost-effective energy systems for all building types n Accept generic or very detailed inputs n Determine the optimal set of retrofits to the current system - considering interactive effects Replace inefficient lights with efficient lights Less heat into the space, and people begin to feel like penguins Therefore, heating system must make up the difference = =

23 n Provide very detailed efficiency recommendations, including technology selection n Model use areas n Model buildings with seasonal occupancy n Track emissions impacts Warehouse Office

24 Peak tracking Life-cycle cost optimization Technology & fuel independence Financial options FEDS is

25 Peak Tracking n FEDS determines the hourly contribution of each technology in each building to the facility’s peak demand n FEDS allows accurate determination of the value of the energy and demand savings associated with a retrofit

26 Life-Cycle Cost Optimization n FEDS Selects the minimum life-cycle cost retrofit for a single building or an entire facility Accounts for energy, demand, O&M, and replacement costs over the study period Considers the interactions between building systems as well as the interactions between buildings when selecting the optimal retrofits

27 Technology and Fuel Independence n FEDS chooses the retrofit technology that provides the required service at the minimum life-cycle cost n No technology type or fuel is favored over another

28 Financial Options n FEDS allows: Modification of project cost components Comparison of various financing mechanisms: –Appropriated or site funding –Utility or third party loans –Leases –Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC)

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