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Energy Conservation Program Overview A Presentation to the Board of Education June 7, 2011 Prepared by Facilities and Planning.

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1 Energy Conservation Program Overview A Presentation to the Board of Education June 7, 2011 Prepared by Facilities and Planning

2 June 7, 2011Energy Conserrvation Program Overview2 Overview Since April 2009, the District has aggressively explored a variety of energy conservation - and one very important energy production – opportunities. This report presents:  Strategies Deployed  Results to date  Photo Voltaic (Solar) Project Information  Next Steps in Energy Conservation and Production

3 June 7, 2011Energy Conserrvation Program Overview3 Energy Conservation Strategies Projects completed with Maintenance and Operations as lead, with the Facilities Planning and Technology Departments in support Focus on:  Facility operation optimization  Tracking and monitoring energy consumption  Low and no-cost technology upgrades

4 June 7, 2011Energy Conserrvation Program Overview4 Energy Savings Program Info April 2009 – December 2010 Energy Cost Avoidance - $1,201,498 Tariff Changes (annual) - $ 124,762 Utility Rebates and Benefits - $ 245,460 Grants - $ 83,340 Rate Increase Avoidance - $ 225,179 Total Program Benefit - $1,880,239 Program Costs – ($540,674) Net Program Benefit – $1,339,565

5 June 7, 2011Energy Conserrvation Program Overview5 Photo Voltaic (Solar) Project Operational Sites  Bear Creek, McNair, McAuliffe, Jim Areida Education Service Center Aggregate System Size  MW Funding  Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds Projected project completion  July 2011 Projected savings  $187,556/yr on avg. (yrs )

6 June 7, 2011Energy Conserrvation Program Overview6 Next Energy Program Targets School site out-reach initiatives Renewable Energy Projects  Thermal, Solar, Wind Water conservation Technology (i.e. expanded HVAC controls, sensored lighting) Swimming pool conservation Hybrid HVAC Installations

7 June 7, 2011Energy Conserrvation Program Overview7 Summary The District's energy conservation efforts have been very successful to date This effort will continue, with programs and projects designed to minimize consumption and provide additional production opportunities Additional reporting will be provided on this process through communications and reports to the Superintendent and Board of Education


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