Presentation on theme: "January 2013 – May 2014 Energy Conservation Program Board Update San Bernardino Community College District Insert Organization Logo Here."— Presentation transcript:
January 2013 – May 2014 Energy Conservation Program Board Update San Bernardino Community College District Insert Organization Logo Here
San Bernardino Community College District Energy Savings To Date: $945,258 20% 17 months into energy program * Dollar savings figure includes QuickStart period, June 2012 – December Performance Period is January 2013 – May 2014.
San Bernardino Community College District Projected Energy Savings At The End Of The Year: $1,430,000
Energy Cost Analysis January 2013 – May 2014 Expected Energy Cost Amount organization would have spent on energy without energy program Base year usage adjusted for changes in weather, energy loads and prices Program Savings Program implementation resulting in behavior changes Cenergistic training and support Reductions in equipment run times Actual Energy Cost Actual energy costs for electricity, water, sewer, and gas as a result of energy program Expected Energy Cost $5,585,534 Actual Cost $4,640,276 Program Savings $945,258 Savings Percentage 20%
Energy Program Success Success Factors 1.Teamwork — All organization personnel 2.Data analysis — Energy Specialist 3.On-site training and expertise — Cenergistic 4.Comprehensive facility audits — Expert identification of energy conservation opportunities throughout system facilities Program Benefits and Features 1.Budget — Dollars retained for educational purposes 2.Environmental — Conservation of natural resources 3.Self-funding program — Conservation activities generate savings which pay for the program 4.Longevity — Program designed to be ongoing, with free support from Cenergistic after paid contract term
Projected vs Actual Savings *January – May of Year 2 is actual data. The rest of Year 2 is projected based on historical comparisons.
Guaranteed vs Actual Savings *January – May of Year 2 is actual data. The rest of Year 2 is projected based on historical comparisons.
10-Year Projected Savings Gross savings to date: $945,258 20% Projected net savings: December 2022 $7,751,000 Continued Program Success With Cenergistic Support
23,687 MMBTUs Energy Reduction, Equivalent to one of the following : Greenhouse gas reduction (metric tons) CO 2 1,483 Tree seedlings planted, grown for 10 yrs 38,020 Passenger cars not driven one year 309 Energy Program Environmental Impact
ENERGY STAR ®. ENERGY STAR Partner since 2013 We are committed to high standards in energy conservation. Demonstrates our good stewardship of our environment. Validation of our energy program at the national level.
A Day in the Life of an Energy Specialist Perform unoccupied and occupied audits per week – over 400 audits to date One-on-one training with Cenergistic staff 100 visits from Cenergistic Engineers and Consultants to date Program EMS/recalibrate thermostats and work with Maintenance Team Match conditioning times to occupied times Strategic planning for extended breaks Communication to faculty and staff Promote an “energy conservation culture” Continually assess and reassess the program
The Future of Our Energy Program EMS Training at National Training Conference Prepare for holiday shutdown to achieve greater savings Continue developing an “energy conservation culture”
Teamwork The success of the program depends on everyone! Special thanks go to: Board of Trustees/Chancellor for proactively implementing our program Community for supporting our energy program VPs/Maintenance Staff for executing changes in the heating and cooling systems Custodians for setting back each night Faculty for reducing energy waste in their classrooms Deans and Staff for coordinating efforts in their schools