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1 ORNL Sustainable Campus Initiative O AK R IDGE N ATIONAL L ABORATORY Sustainability Summit March 31, 2011

2 2Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy Sustainable Campus Initiative – Key Ingredients Leadership and Culture Active Sponsorship Workable Concept Resources and Execution

3 3Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy Original Sustainable Campus Concept Foundational Methods Known Technology Leading Edge Technology Transformational Technology

4 4Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy Supported by subject matter experts, regional partnerships, World Resources Institute, and Battelle Lead Team –Melissa Lapsa –Teresa Baer –Randy Overbey –Roadmap Owners Sponsors –Martin Keller –Herb Debban

5 5Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy Facilities & Land Transportation Utility Infrastructure Waste Employees & Systems Transformational Sustainable Campus Initiative Elements SMR

6 6Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy Deployment Lead Team – Roadmap Owners Melissa Lapsa, Randy Overbey, and Teresa Baer Lead Team – Roadmap Owners Melissa Lapsa, Randy Overbey, and Teresa Baer Subject Matter Teams For Related Roadmaps Subject Matter Teams For Related Roadmaps Sponsor – Herb Debban Director, F&O Martin Keller ALD, Research Sponsor – Herb Debban Director, F&O Martin Keller ALD, Research Regional Partnerships Link with WRI for Greenhouse Gas Inventory Link with WRI for Greenhouse Gas Inventory Link with Other Battelle Labs Link with Other Battelle Labs

7 7Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy Overview of the Initiative Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Sustainable Campus Initiative

8 8Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy  ORNL’s goal is to achieve benchmark sustainability  in campus operation and  in research, development and deployment of key technologies  Time frame - Ten years, target 2018, with heavy front-end loading  Sponsored and advocated by Executive Leadership  Focus on integration of operations and research  Builds on base of strong ES&H, HR, & Operations  Brought together existing initiatives, providing synergies  Added many new initiatives Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Sustainable Campus Initiative

9 9Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy For each sustainability category:  Compared the current condition to the desired future state  Determined actions needed for closing the gaps  Created roadmaps for each category Action Plan for Benchmark Sustainability

10 10Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy Key Roles of the Initiative Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Sustainable Campus Initiative

11 11Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy Key Roles of the Initiative  To help position ORNL as a sustainable site for continued investment in programs and facilities  To reap the short-term and long-term benefits of the roadmaps  To comply with the Executive Order on Sustainability  To assist DOE in achieving Agency objectives  To advance regional and national sustainability

12 12Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy Sample Roadmaps Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Sustainable Campus Initiative

13 13Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy Greenhouse Gas Reduction – Teresa Baer 28% reduction in scope 1 and 2 GHG 13% reduction in scope 3 GHG 28% reduction in scope 1 and 2 GHG 13% reduction in scope 3 GHG Prepare GHG Inventory – Complete Prepare GHG Inventory – Complete Update Inventory Annually and Monitor Reduction Plan – On-going Update Inventory Annually and Monitor Reduction Plan – On-going FY11 Deliverables:  Input to DOE for FY10 Inventory Plan  Support, as needed, the SMR plan  Key projects for Scope 3 reduction  Monitor and modify GHG reduction strategies FY11 Deliverables:  Input to DOE for FY10 Inventory Plan  Support, as needed, the SMR plan  Key projects for Scope 3 reduction  Monitor and modify GHG reduction strategies EO:  Prepare baseline of GHG emissions for FY08  Reduce scope 1 and 2 emissions by 28% by FY20  Reduce scope 3 emissions by 13% by FY20  Report comprehensive GHG emissions inventory annually Statutes EISA 527: Issue annual report describing status of initiative to reduce GHG emissions EPA MGGRR report emissions by March 2011 for FY10 and annually thereafter EO:  Prepare baseline of GHG emissions for FY08  Reduce scope 1 and 2 emissions by 28% by FY20  Reduce scope 3 emissions by 13% by FY20  Report comprehensive GHG emissions inventory annually Statutes EISA 527: Issue annual report describing status of initiative to reduce GHG emissions EPA MGGRR report emissions by March 2011 for FY10 and annually thereafter Issue Management Report – Complete Issue Management Report – Complete Complete GHG Reduction Plan 12/10 Complete GHG Reduction Plan 12/10

14 14Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy ORNL GHG Inventory Calculations per SSP Submissions in Compliance with the DOE Guidance and PPTRS Databases Greenhouse Gas Inventory Calculation UT-Battelle, ORNL FY 2008

15 15Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy High Performance Sustainable Buildings Existing Buildings – Ann Bryant All Non-Industrial campus buildings meet HPSB GP At Least 15 % HPSB FY15 At Least 15 % HPSB FY15 List of Buildings and Organizatio nPlan CY10 List of Buildings and Organizatio nPlan CY10 Building 1059 certified as LEED Gold FY09 Building 1059 certified as LEED Gold FY09 FY11 Deliverables: Establish template for HPSBs based on 1059 experience  Target list of Buildings and Schedule for Completion  Establish working group  Develop cost estimates and acquire funding for FY11 efforts  Deliver 4/5 new HPSBs FY11 Deliverables: Establish template for HPSBs based on 1059 experience  Target list of Buildings and Schedule for Completion  Establish working group  Develop cost estimates and acquire funding for FY11 efforts  Deliver 4/5 new HPSBs Nine existing HPSBs complete Nine existing HPSBs complete Deliver 4 new HPSBs each year through FY15 on-going Deliver 4 new HPSBs each year through FY15 on-going EO:  15% HPSBs by FY15, 100% over time  30% energy intensity reduction by FY15 vs FY03  28% Scope 2 GHG reduction by FY20 vs FY08  16% water intensity reduction by FY15 vs FY07 EO:  15% HPSBs by FY15, 100% over time  30% energy intensity reduction by FY15 vs FY03  28% Scope 2 GHG reduction by FY20 vs FY08  16% water intensity reduction by FY15 vs FY07

16 16Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy Establish Audit Protocol Aug 2010 Establish Audit Protocol Aug 2010 Audit 25% Campus Facilities Annually On-going Audit 25% Campus Facilities Annually On-going Energy Efficiency Existing Facilities – Greg Palko Fund and Implement Approved ECMs Annually On-going Fund and Implement Approved ECMs Annually On-going FY11 Deliverables:  Energy Audit for FY11  Fund ECMs for FY09 and FY10  HEMSF ECM identification and funding  Tracking system for ECMs  Funding for enterprise level energy management software FY11 Deliverables:  Energy Audit for FY11  Fund ECMs for FY09 and FY10  HEMSF ECM identification and funding  Tracking system for ECMs  Funding for enterprise level energy management software Contribute to HPSBs, GHG, energy, and water reduction targets On-going Contribute to HPSBs, GHG, energy, and water reduction targets On-going 30% More Energy Efficient Facilities EO:  30% energy intensity reduction by FY15 vs FY03  28% Scope 2 GHG reduction by FY20 vs FY08  15% HPSBs by FY15, 100% overtime  16% water intensity reduction by FY15 vs FY07 EO:  30% energy intensity reduction by FY15 vs FY03  28% Scope 2 GHG reduction by FY20 vs FY08  15% HPSBs by FY15, 100% overtime  16% water intensity reduction by FY15 vs FY07

17 17Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy 125 solar-assisted charging stations regionally March solar-assisted charging stations regionally March 2012 ARRA Award complete ARRA Award complete Design of charging system complete Design of charging system complete First 6 solar assisted prototypes at EPRI complete First 6 solar assisted prototypes at EPRI complete 25 solar assisted Stations at ORNL 3/11 25 solar assisted Stations at ORNL 3/11 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations - Curt Maxey FY11 Deliverables:  25 Solar-Assisted Charging Stations at ORNL (2/11)  90 Solar-Assisted Charging Stations in Region (9/11)  Non-Solar Charging Stations at ORNL (9/11)  Nissan Leafs on campus (6/11)  Solar Station Ribbon Cutting at ORNL (targeted 3/11)  Website documentation for project (9/11) Add non-solar Stations at ORNL 9/11 Add non-solar Stations at ORNL 9/11 Nissan Leafs on campus 5/11 Nissan Leafs on campus 5/11

18 18Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy Regional Solar-Covered Parking Project Components 2.0 kw of solar per parking space 2.0 kw of solar per parking space Electric vehicle Charging system (EVSE) External battery Grid connection

19 19Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy On-Campus Solar-Assisted Charging

20 20Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy

21 21Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy Accomplishments Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Sustainable Campus Initiative

22 22Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy Success Highlights RoadmapImpact Solid waste to the landfill27% diverted (Municipal) vs. 23% in % diverted (C&D) vs. 38% in 2008 Green IT - Desktop computer energy usage 34% reduction = $280,000 annual savings High performance sustainable buildings Our first LEED EB building (gold) State-wide EV charging project in cooperation with Nissan, Ecotality, EPRI, and TVA $13.6 million in Tennessee for solar- assisted EV charging 25 solar-assisted charging stations on campus by 3/31 $1.3 million investment on campus and Nissan Leafs being added to the fleet for research

23 23Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy Success Highlights

24 24Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy Success Highlights RoadmapImpact Site Sustainability PlanMeets EO Requirement ORNL Sustainability Summit (March 31 – April 1) Advances regional sustainability External InitiativesMOU with St. Lucie County, Florida, and other potential partnerships Employee EngagementSignificantly increased sustainability awareness

25 25Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy SaSa Economic Environment & Energy Social Economic development: Ensure that the financial and economic needs of current and future generations are met. Environmental stewardship: Protect the environment for current and future generations and use resources sparingly. Social equity: Improve quality of life. Sustainability “Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”

26 26Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy Melissa Lapsa Teresa Nichols Randy Overbey ORNL Sustainability Website For Additional Information


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