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1 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e Headquarters U.S. Air Force Air Force Facility Energy Program 1 Rick Stacey, PE, CEM HQ AFCESA Energy Division 29 Feb 2012

2 E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e 2 Overview Physical Plant, Energy Cost and Usage Goals and Mandates Air Force Facility Energy Strategy Programs Capital Investment Renewable Energy

3 E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e $255B PRV Nearly the GDP of Peru 10M Acres of Land Twice the size of New Jersey As of FY99/4 75,800 Homes Arlington/Alexandria Combined 69,500 Dorm Rooms 1 ½ times Doubletree Hotels Family Housing Airfields 102 Million Square Yards 152 x DFW Airport Dormitories Plant Replacement Value 626M Sq Ft of Buildings 88 x Microsoft Corporation 1.5 x GM Facilities 3 Physical Plant Profile Air Force Installations 3 We Must Reinvest in Air Force Installations – A Force Enabler Land

4 E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e Facility Energy Use/Cost SOURCE: FY11 ANNUAL ENERGY MANAGEMENT REPORT TO CONGRESS FY11 ENERGY USE FY11 ENERGY COST ($000) $1,077, , BBTU $1,034, in FY10 4.1% increase From FY10 65, BBTU in FY10 2.1% Decrease From FY10 4

5 E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e Goals and Mandates 5 Goal TitleDriverBaseline (FY) Annual Target Final GoalGoal (FY) Reduce Facility EnergyEISA %30%2015 Reduce Facility EnergyEO %37.5%2020 Reduce Greenhouse GasesEO %35.1%2015 Renewable Energy UseEPAct %7.5%2013 Renewable Energy UseUSC %25%2025 On-Base Renewable EnergyAF %2012 Reduce Water UseEO %16%2015 Reduce Industrial Water UseEO %20%2020 Audit Covered FacilitiesEISA %100%2012 Meter Facilities (elec)EPAct %2012 Meter Facilities (gas/steam)EISA %2016 EISA 07 = Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 EPAct 05 = Energy Policy Act of 2005 EO = Executive Order USC 2911 = Title 10, US Code – Sec 2911

6 E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e 6 Facility Energy Cost Trend Over the last 17 years: AF Utility Costs creep upward: 35% consumption reduction does not overcome 92% unit cost increase 35% consumption reduction does translate to $579M cost avoidance in FY11 92% 24% Usage in Trillion BTUs 35% Usage & costs in these charts include everything that crosses the fenceline

7 E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e AF Facility Energy Strategy Reduce demand, increase supply and change culture Meet energy mandates (statutory, executive orders, AF/DOD) Improve ‘creature comfort’ and help provide energy security (both of which enhance mission accomplishment) Make wise investments in reliable infrastructure to build sustainable installations Leverage funding sources: ECIP, NRG, AFSO21, ARRA, etc Seek best Return on Investment for every dollar we spend Mitigate risk by leveraging third party funding Power Purch Agreements (PPAs); Enhanced Use Leases (EUL) Energy Savings Performance Cont (ESPCs) Utility Energy Services Cont (UESCs) 7

8 E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e Air Force Facility Energy Center 8 Drive facility energy reduction, Leverage RE investments, Exploit utility cost savings, Improve utilities infrastructure Drive facility energy reduction, Leverage RE investments, Exploit utility cost savings, Improve utilities infrastructure

9 E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e UP System Evals UP Execution Post-award Mgt ES Assessments >$287M Cost Avoid Util Privatization RE Assessments RE Development Central REC Buys Utility Contr Rvws Rate Negotiations Rates, Renewable Energy Data Program Analysis Advanced Meters REM program Awareness Conservation Invest strategy Energy Focus $ ECIP Energy Audits/SIAs ESPC/UESC Capital Invest 9 OPR: Mr. Mike Rits, P.E., CENI, DSN OPR: Mr. Ken Walters, P.E., CENE, DSN OPR: Mr. Ken Gray, P.E., CENR, DSN OPR: Mr. Bob Majka, CENU, DSN Facility Energy Programs

10 E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e Capital Investment Program Management Two goals: Save $$ and meet mandates Prioritize within each allocation by SIR * BTU (or Gal) Target meeting all AF Infrastructure Energy Strategic Plan goals and Federal mandates AFFEC Charter: centrally manage investment programs based on corporate Capital Investment Strategy (CIS) Bases/audits identify investment opportunities (SIR >1) AFFEC validates and prioritizes (SIR * BIR) AFFEC tracks obligations/execution 10 Central Management drives unity of effort to achieve AF mandates

11 E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e Energy Conservation Projects Types FY11 Funded Mix of Energy Conservation Projects 11

12 E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e Renewable Technologies Solar Wind Biomass Landfill Gas Geothermal Ocean Hydropower Waste to Energy Ground Source Heat Pumps 12

13 E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e Renewable Energy Goals and Strategy First Tier: Develop on-site renewable resources Renewable Energy Purchase Agreements (REPAs) or Enhanced Use Lease (EUL) Utility/Third Party Funded Direct AF investment (limited) Second Tier : Procure RE from off-site sources; delivery over the off-base grid Third Tier : Purchase RE Certificates (RECs) Replacement RECs Goal Attainment (phasing out in 2013) 13 PROGRAM ON TRACK TO ATTAIN ALL RENEWABLE GOALS

14 E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e Renewable Energy Fiscal Strategy Requirements AF APPROACH: USE THIRD-PARTY INVESTMENTS TO MEET GOALS 14

15 E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e Renewable Project Development Feasibility Study: Looks at RE types e.g. wind, solar, biomass, etc. No base specific info- land available, mission, siting Opportunity Assessment: IDs Base requirements e.g. mission impact, environmental, land availability, incentives, how much power can be used … Business Case Analysis: crunch the numbers … project details, e.g. costs, method of execution, simple payback … 15

16 E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e Operational Renewable Electrical Energy Projects PV Wind Numbers indicate rounded MW capacity 1 FE Warren Hill Mt Home Buckley March Fresno LA Nellis Luke Perry Toledo JB MDL Cape Cod OCONUS Ascension 3 LFG/ Biom 16

17 E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e 15 1 FY10-13 Renewable Electrical Energy Projects PV Wind LFG/ Biom Numbers indicate rounded MW capacity 3 6 Beale Vandenberg Sheppard Eglin MMR Eldorado D-M Robins Edwards Luke Dyess AC JB MDL Goodfellow McConnell Academy Cheyenne 1 Creech 1 Stewart Nellis 15 17

18 E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e 1,022 MW On the Horizon Planned FY 18 AFRPA: EUL Pipeline AFCESA: PPA & Direct AF Investment Energy SourceProjects Total # Capacity MW Photovoltaic (PV)6610 Natural Gas3*TBD Energy SourceProjects Total # Capacity MW Photovoltaic (PV)1251 Biomass125 Waste to Energy15.4 Wind660 Landfill Gas16.6 RE GAME PLAN 610 MW 148 MW * Not RE, In-Kind Consideration could be PPA 758 MW

19 E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e Energy Security Energy Security (ES) Definition QDR 2010 – “Energy security for the DoD means having assured access to reliable supplies of energy” A part of Mission Assurance A multitude of parts, but boils down to sustaining critical operations How AF tackles ES will depend on additional guidance Critical mission backup power systems Electrical system resiliency, reliability, and efficiently Economics – Putting a price on risk Mission requirements and predicted duration of potential interruptions will drive assets needed 19

20 E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e Summary Comprehensive strategy Meet legislative mandates for conservation/etc Restrain future costs to extent possible Enhance energy security Fiscally responsible balanced portfolio Fund projects with solid business case…Savings to Inv Ratio But also ferret out the energy savings…BTU to Inv Ratio Highly dynamic program Energy surfacing at all levels of DOD and Fed Govt Adapt to evolving requirements and new technologies Focus resources to best support Air Force needs 20


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