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H. Ray Starling, Program Manager PUBLIC BENEFITS FEE ADMINISTRATOR RBH Executive Briefing March 5, 2012 HAWAII ENERGY Conservation and Efficiency Program.

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1 H. Ray Starling, Program Manager PUBLIC BENEFITS FEE ADMINISTRATOR RBH Executive Briefing March 5, 2012 HAWAII ENERGY Conservation and Efficiency Program

2 R OADMAP FOR T ODAY Who we are... What we do... How we do it... How you can participate... TOP 5 THINGS YOU CAN DO... 2

3 Conservation and Efficiency Program Hawaii Energy – YOUR Energy Conservation and Efficiency Program – 3 rd party administrator statutorily authorized and competitively bid – Operated by SAIC as the Public Benefits Fee Administrator (PBFA) – Under contract with the PUC from Mar 3, 2009 until Dec 31, 2013 – Serving Honolulu, Hawaii and Maui Counties electric customers – Funded by ratepayers for the benefit of ratepayers; fee utility-collected – Funded at $33M Public Benefit Fee (1.5 %) for PY2011-PY2012 – PUC oversight team: Contract Manager and EM&V Contractor 3 H AWAII E NERGY – W HO WE ARE

4 Conservation and Efficiency Program HAWAII ENERGY Program Management PUC Program Conservation and Efficiency Program Public Benefits Fee Administrator Hawaii Public Utilities Commission (PUC) Science Applications International Corporation 3 rd Party Administrator Contract 4 H AWAII E NERGY – W HO WE ARE Contract JAMES FLANAGAN ASSOCIATES Program Oversight Contract EVERGREEN ECONOMICS EM&V

5 Conservation and Efficiency Program Mission: – Provide outreach, education and incentive programs to promote electric energy conservation and efficiency and reduce imported fuel consumption in Hawaii 5 H AWAII E NERGY – W HAT WE DO

6 Conservation and Efficiency Program HAWAII ENERGY PUC Invoice Conservation and Efficiency Program Public Benefits Fee Administrator 6 H AWAII E NERGY – H OW WE DO IT JAMES FLANAGAN ASSOCIATES Authorization HECO RATEPAYER 1.5% Fee PBF $$$ HECO Contract Mgr $$ Rebate Incentive PUC OK Reimbursement Paid 1.5% Fee Collection Agency

7 Conservation and Efficiency Program H AWAII E NERGY – H OW WE DO IT 7 1.High Efficiency Lighting CFL T8 LED Delamping Induction Pulse Start HID 2.High Efficiency HVAC Chillers VFD – Fan and Pump Applications Garage Ventilation Control Air-Cooled Packaged and Split Systems VRF Split Systems 3.High Efficiency Water Heating Commercial Solar Water Heating Heat Pumps 4.High Efficiency Water Pumping VFD Domestic Water Packages VFD Pool Pumps 5.High Efficiency Motors CEE Listed Premium Motors 6.Commercial Industrial Processes Waste Water Process Air Compressors Commercial Kitchen Equipment I N C E N T I V E S

8 Conservation and Efficiency Program H AWAII E NERGY – H OW WE DO IT 8 7.Energy Star Business Equipment Refrigerators with Recycling 8.Energy Awareness, Measurement and Control Systems Condominium Submetering Small Business Submetering 9.Customized Project Measures Cost per kWh and kW Savings Program 10.Building Envelope Improvements Window Tinting Cool Roof Technologies 11.Business Direct Lighting Installation Small Business Direct Lighting Install 12.Business Design, Audits, and Commissioning Central Plant Optimization Energy Study & Design Assistance Energy Project Catalyst Technology and Project Demonstration 13.Energy Efficiency Equipment Grants Community and Grassroots Support Small Business Direct Installation

9 Conservation and Efficiency Program Transformational Project Plan(s) Secondary Education Energy Efficiency Project(s) Teacher Development (NEED.org, MEDB Island Energy Inquiry*) Pahoa High & Intermediate School Ma Ka Hana Ka Ike Workforce Development EEFG – Energizing Efficiency™ Courses CEM – Certified Energy Management Courses BOC – Building Operator Certification Courses KUPU – RISE – Rewarding Internships for Sustainable Employment UH Manoa, Hawaii Pacific University – Kukui Cup Energy Efficiency Service Sector Career Fair NetZero Home “Documentary” Energy Efficiency through Financial Literacy Analysis, Metrics, Reporting 9 H AWAII E NERGY – H OW WE DO IT

10 Conservation and Efficiency Program Visit website often Hawaii Energy Allies Become an ally or work with an ally Hawaii Energy Mailing List Make sure you are on it Call or Visit Hawaii Energy Today Take part in Hawaii Energy Programs Bring your ideas to us 10 H AWAII E NERGY – H OW Y OU CAN P ARTICIPATE 1132 Bishop St

11 Conservation and Efficiency Program Top Five Things You Can Do 1. Install efficient lighting (CFL and LED) 2. Install solar water heating and ENERGY STAR appliances 3. Install and maintain high efficiency cooling – where needed 4. Don’t waste energy - change your behavior 5. Get personally involved with the clean energy effort 11

12 Conservation and Efficiency Program

13 Get personally involved... 13

14 Conservation and Efficiency Program ARE WE DOING ENOUGH ?


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