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1 1 Session 1: Cypress D/E Technical Assistance Roundtable for Custom Projects

2 2 Introduction/Overview  Existing Facilities – Program is for reducing existing facilities energy use.  Technical Support Consultants (TSC) Gene Hickok Mike Miller Martin Hudi  Contrast with role of the CECs and AEs, define each, these are the people to contact.

3 3 Simple Energy Initiative Work Flow Letter to Customer For Approval and Signature Perform EE Study if needed Complete Tech Review Customer Contact Pre-inspection and Input Customer Data Assess Applicable Incentives and Advise Customer Install and/or Upgrade Equipment Customer Documentation for Completed Work Post Inspection Update Appropriate Data in National Grid System Incentive Payment Approved and Sent

4 4 NY is in the Energy Efficiency (EE) Business  What you need to know to be in the EE business: Include National Grid on your energy team(s) Include EE on all meeting Agendas Ask how does this new initiative, process or idea impact EE Before a failure occurs know what EE equipment or replacement equipment is available. “I will take the same but larger!!!” Know if the equipment is eligible for a utility incentive Don’t accept a vendor quote without EE in mind Don’t allow a design consultant to not include EE in their study Have EE projects on the shelf should budget $ become available

5 5 A project is determined to be Custom  Step 1 Energy Assessment Basic Information Energy Assessment Form Commercial and Industrial Form Multi-Family Form  Energy Assessment – Outline Benchmarking of Therm/sq ft Opportunity for Prescriptive Measures Rebate $, Approximate % savings, etc. Possible Pathways for Other Program

6 6 Where do projects come from?  Projects come from energy efficiency partners. These include but are not limited to:  Electrician Contractors  Mechanical Contractors  Consulting Engineers  Lighting Specialty Companies  Existing Studies with EE measures, etc

7 7 Review of “How”  A custom project, vendor collects data, submits to AE or CEC, TSC analyzes findings, pass screening, leads to incentive and MRD. Customer signs when project is completed, and then customer or others get paid.  Analyses are completed up front and National Grid commits to the incentive by holding the incentive dollars for the customer. National Grid stands by our incentive amount and it doesn’t change unless there is a change in project scope.

8 8 Technical Analysis and Review  Energy Assessment (basic info on a facility)  Vendor Analysis – information comes from your vendor  Scoping Study  TA Study 50-50  Review of existing TA Study

9 9 Project Incentives  Dollars for projects based on kwh’s and therms saved.  Incentive Caps:  Up to 50% of the project  Buy down to not less than 1-year simple payback  $2.25/therm based on annual therm savings  $0.131/kwh for Lighting  $0.197/kwh for Commercial and Small Industrial  $0.292/kwh for Large Industrial

10 10 Successful Types of Projects  Demand Control Ventilation  Steam Piping Insulation  High Efficiency Boiler Replacements  Large Boiler Combustion efficiency Controls

11 11 Successful Types of Projects  Variable Speed Drive Air Compressors  Energy Management Systems and Enhancements  High Efficiency Lighting and Controls  LED Sign Lighting  Commercial Refrigeration including Evaporator Motors and Controls  Industrial Process Energy Efficiency Improvements

12 12 Closing Questions & Answers?

13 13 UNY Commercial Energy Consultants (CEC) by Region REGIONNAMEOFFICE PHONEEMAIL ADDRESS Capital/ Northeast Albany, Schenectady, Troy, Hudson, Cobleskill, Amsterdam, Gloversville, Saratoga, Glens Falls, Ticonderoga Mgr: Laurie Poltynski Jim Baker Khaled Halabi Dan Merrill 518-433-3797 518-433-3505 518-433-3701 518-433-3741 laurel.poltynski@us.ngrid.com james.baker@us.ngrid.com khaled.halabi@us.ngrid.com danielmerrill@us.ngrid.com Central Syracuse, Fulton, Cortland Oswego, Pulaski Mgr: Wally Dengos Amy Dickerson 315-452-7654 315-452-7509 walter.dengos@us.ngrid.com amy.dickerson@us.ngrid.com Mohawk Valley Utica, Rome, Herkimer, Oneida Adam Partyka Tracey Wuest 315-798-1988 315-798-5131 adam.partyka@us.ngrid.com tracey.wuest@us.ngrid.com Northern Watertown, Lowville, Potsdam, Ogdensburg, Lake Placid, Malone, Saranac Lake Becky Badalato315-785-7227becky.badalato@us.ngrid.com Frontier/Western Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Olean, Angola, Lakewood, Dunkirk, Batavia, Brockport, Medina, Albion Mgr: Paul Gister Dan Keating Jonathan Nickerson 716-831-7753 716-831-7795 716-831-7735 paul.gister@us.ngrid.com daniel.keating@us.ngrid.com jonathan.nickerson@us.ngrid.com

14 14 UNY Energy Efficiency Technical Support Consultants (TSC) REGIONNAMEOFFICE PHONEEMAIL ADDRESS Capital/NortheastGene Hickok518-433-3316 eugene.hickok@us.ngrid.com Central/ Northern/ Mohawk Valley Mike Miller315-452-7760 michael.miller@us.ngrid.com Frontier/WesternMartin Hudi716-831-7755 martin.hudi@us.ngrid.com C&I StaffRam Kondapi315-460-1015 ram.kondapi@us.ngrid.com

15 15 EXAMPLE ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROJECT

16 16 Energy Efficiency Programs for Commercial & Industrial Customers Skidmore College Energy Efficiency Plan

17 17  Facility – Located in UNY  66 Buildings  Years Constructed 1964 – 2009  1,652,995 Floor Area  350+ Acres  Miles of Roads/walkways  2200-2400 Students  800+ Faculty and Staff Skidmore College Energy Efficiency Plan

18 18 Goals for the College!  Be a Green campus  To be a Energy Efficient campus  To reduce the campus’s Carbon Footprint  To be a Sustainable Campus Skidmore College Energy Efficiency Plan

19 19 Skidmore College Energy Efficiency Plan

20 20  The Plan  Form a Energy Team  Facilities  Administration  Finance  National Grid - Account Executive  List Energy Opportunities (EEMs)  Existing Buildings  Proposed Buildings  Funding  Investigate funding sources Skidmore College Energy Efficiency Plan

21 21 List of EEMs Skidmore College Energy Efficiency Plan

22 22  Projects implemented 2010  1) Boiler Plant Decentralization  Existing 4 – 500 HP Central Boiler Plant  6,000 feet of underground piping  25 valve Pits  Existing 2-100 HP and 1-50 HP HTHW and Domestic Hot water pumps  New 92% Efficient Condensing Boilers - Qty 38  New HW and DHW Pumps, some w/ VFDs 2) Dining Hall Lighting  New Lighting and Lighting Controls Skidmore College Energy Efficiency Plan

23 23  Results 2010  Dining Hall Lighting - $18,851 NG Incentive  143,910 kWh and 30 kW  Boiler Project - $364,378 NG Incentive  584,640 kWH, 84 kW and 256,763 Therms Skidmore College Energy Efficiency Plan

24 24 Simple Energy Initiative Work Flow Letter to Customer For Approval and Signature Perform EE Study if needed Complete Tech Review Customer Contact Pre-inspection and Input Customer Data Assess Applicable Incentives and Advise Customer Install and/or Upgrade Equipment Customer Documentation for Completed Work Post Inspection Update Appropriate Data in National Grid System Incentive Payment Approved and Sent

25 25 “It is that simple of a Work Flow!”  Post Inspection of 38 Boiler Rooms  Completed December 22 nd  Payment for $364,678  Delivered December 24 th “It was a pleasure to work with NG” Skidmore College Energy Efficiency Plan


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