E-Mon D-mon presentation - Workspaces

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Metering vs. Submetering
• What is submetering?
- Defined as a metering device installed after the main utility meter
 Used for capturing facility energy data at a specific location,
panel, circuit or user.
- Delivers granularity of facility energy performance data
Submeters –The critical component for accessing facility
energy related data
Submetering Applications
• Historical Applications
- Tenant billing
- Cost allocation
- Energy management
• Growth Applications
- Measurement & Verification
- Green buildings
- Building automation
- Carbon footprint analysis
- Renewable energy
- Power Quality Analysis
- Predictive Maintenance
Tenant Billing & Cost Allocation
• CB Richard Ellis Report – “Do Green Buildings Make Sense” November 2009
http://catcher.sandiego.edu/items/business/Do_Green_Buildings_Make_Dollars_and_Sense_
draft_Nov_6_2009.pdf
- A separately metered building, where tenants pay for what they
consume, will have
lower energy costs by 21% on average even if the Energy Star score is the same. That is,
when you pay for what you consume, you become much more frugal.
• New York State Energy Research and Development Authority Residential Electrical
Submetering Manual (October 1997, revised October 2001)
http://www.submeteronline.com/pdf/subman2001.pdf
- “the change from master-metering to submetering typically reduces the consumption of
electricity in apartments by 10-26 percent.”
• U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, in a 2002 paper “Submetering Energy Use in Colleges
and Universities: Incentives and Challenges,
http://www.oakland.edu/upload/docs/Energy/EPA%20EnergyStar%20Submeter%20Report.pdf
- reduce electric demand by 10 percent through demand aggregation.
- 10 percent reduction in electricity use was realized
Key Markets
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Retro-fit & New Construction
Property Management
Retail - Malls
Industrials
Government & Institutions
MUSH Market
- Municipalities
- Universities
- Schools
- Hospitals
Top Industries For Submetering
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Building Automation
Federal Government
College & Universities
Owner Occupied / Commercial Facilities
Health Care Facilities
Data Centers
Property Management / Multi-Tenant Facilities
Multi-Family / Apartments
Hotels, Airports & Stadiums
K-12 Schools
Green Buildings
Building Automation
• Market Drivers
- Need for more granular
energy info
- System Integrators seeing
metering on jobs
- Growing importance of
Measurement & Verification
 M&V for HVAC and Lighting
• Applications
- Metering is low-cost first in
point for BMS
- Interoperability of protocols
 Modbus, BACnet, Lonworks
- Peak demand thresholds
trigger load management
controls
- Identify areas of waste
 Optimize installation of energy
conservation products
Federal Government
• Market Drivers
- EPACT 2005 requires all
500,000 federal buildings
be metered by 2012
- EISA 2007 requires
Federal energy reduction
of 30%
- Military has Money
- Energy independence &
security
- Growing concern over
Carbon Footprint
• Applications
- Energy Management
- Measurement & Verification
- Validate ESCO contracts
- Multi-tenant facilities
- Carbon footprint analysis
College & Universities / K-12 Schools
• Market Drivers
- USGBC LEED Certification
 K-12 – 1,705 reg. 255 certified
 Higher Ed – 3,050 reg. 531 certified
- Must be GREEN to get $ GREEN $
- Integration to BAS / EMS
- Energy Conservation
- Energy Education
 Educate them young
 Higher Ed – students demand visibility
- Tenant Billing / Cost Allocation
- College & Universities have dedicated
financial
allowances
• Application
- LEED Points – EA Credits
- Optimize Energy Performance
- Enhanced Commissioning
- Measurement & Verification
- Integration to BMS/EMS
- Detailed energy accountability
-Load shedding
- Energy Conservation
 Benchmarking & Energy Analysis
-Education
 College students want visibility to
their impact on the planet
-Tenant Billing / Cost Allocation
Owner Occupied Commercial Facilities
• Market Drivers
- USGBC LEED Certification
 Public pressure to be a good
corporate citizen
- Green Building Policies
 State and local governments
implementing green building policies
- Budget Constraints
 Economy straining the bottom line
 Owners no longer view electric bill as
necessary evil
- Energy Conservation
 Buildings consumer 72% of the nation’s
electricity and 38% of all CO2
- Cost Allocation
 Allocate energy usage and cost by
department, process or production line
• Applications
- LEED Points – EA Credits
 Optimize Energy Performance
 Enhanced Commissioning
 Measurement & Verification
- Integration to BMS/EMS
 Detailed energy accountability
 Load shedding
- Energy Conservation
 Benchmarking
 Identify energy conservation
opportunities
 Analysis of energy initiatives
- Environmental Impact
 Carbon footprint
 Good corporate citizen
- Cost Allocation
Health Care Facilities
• Market Drivers
- $6.5 Billion in energy
 2.5 x avg. building use
 2nd most intensive behind food
- 24/7 Operation
- Energy intensive equipment
- Tight budgets
 $1 saving is $20 in hospital revenue
 $1 savings is $10 in medical office
revenue
• Applications
- Tenant Billing
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Doctors offices
X-ray & MRI labs
Emergency rooms
Various clinics
Blood labs
Outsourced food services
Outsourced laundry
- Energy Management
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Peak Avoidance – MRI
Lighting upgrades
Behavioral Change
VFDs
HVAC/Cooling tower analysis
Data Centers
• Market Drivers
- 3% of USA electrical
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consumption
24/7 facilities – corporate owned
and tenant server farms
Power quality analysis to limit
downtime
LEED and DOE driving
standards in Data Centers
PUE Standard (Power Usage
Effectiveness)
 Efficiency of energy usage from
CPU, cooling, etc.
- Sizing of HVAC equipment
- Greenhouse gas reporting
- Branch circuit monitoring
• Application
- Power quality analysis to
maintain “Up-time”
- Multi-tenant server farms,
tenant billing
- PUE calculations
 Breakout HVAC, lighting, plug,
racks
- Branch circuit monitoring
- Determine facility Carbon
Footprint
- Assist in calculating size of
HVAC and rack power
Property Management / Multi-Tenant Facilities
• Market Drivers
• Applications
- Equitable tenant billing
- Lower overall operating
- Recovery of tenant energy
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expenses
Optimize integration with
building automation system
Market competitiveness
Utility price optimization
Tenant retention
Green
cost, encourage energy
conservation
fluctuation in utility rates
- Potential to lower base rent
- Mitigate tenant complaints,
they control their utility
expense
- Aggregate portfolio energy
cost to negotiate with utility
providers
- Increase value of property
based on green attributes
Hotels, Airports & Stadiums
• Mixed-Use Hotels & Condo
- Retail first floor, Hotel next 10 floors,
Condos at top
• Airports
- All under construction and expansion
- Multi-tenant and energy conservation
- ARRA funding
• Stadiums
- Many new construction projects
 Growing importance of Value Engineering
- Most metering goes in as retro-fit
SUBMETER CASE STUDIES
LA Air Force Base
Challenge
• Identify energy saving opportunities
• Provide verification of savings
• Energy budgeting
• Comply with energy reduction mandates
Solution
• Over 50 submeters
• 21 IDR data accumulators
• E-Mon Energy software
• Estimated cost $50k
Result
• Used to verify over $1 million in savings
Bethke Elementary School, CO
• Challenge
- 63,000 sq ft facility
- Gain understanding of energy cost throughout the facility
- Identify low-cost opportunity for LEED points
• Solution
- E-Mon meters monitor lighting, mechanical rooms and kitchen
electric panels
- Meters feed data into BAS system
• Result
- First LEED Gold Certified School in the US
- Meter data supported 50% energy savings from the following
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Indirect evaporative cooling
high-efficiency boilers
Operable windows
90% day lighting strategies
Renewable energy
Behavioral change
Comcast Center - Philadelphia
• Tallest LEED Building in the US – 975 ft
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1.25 Million Sq. Ft.
3,000 occupants
LEED-CS Gold Rating
Over 400 Meters
- Electric, Gas, Water
- BTU, Steam, Airflow
• Meters feed data into two systems
- E-Mon Energy Software
San Diego Convention Center
• Seven city blocks long
• 2.6 Million Square Ft.
• Recent $216 Million Expansion
• Over 10 + meters and software
GOAL
• Document power quality events
• Cost Analysis of energy
consumption for events
• Energy Conservation
Washington National Airport
• $6.5 Million annual electric bill
• Over 1 million square feet
• 35 boarding gates
• 65 tenant locations
• 11,000 Employees
• Over 200 points being metered
• Approximately $300,000 installed
• Estimated Savings from tenant billing 10%
• Estimated Savings from cost alloc. 5%
• Estimated savings from conservation measures – potential of 10%
• Minimize tenant/landlord disputes
Baltimore Ravens Stadium
• 69,000 Seat Stadium
• Energy 20% of
operating budget
• 3.6 MW Power Plant
• Use of Meters:
-Energy Management
-Event allocation
-Allocation between
Ravens & Orioles
• 69, Over 40 submeters
• System upgraded in 2008
- Added 54 Meters
• Strategically Metered
- Sports Lighting &
Scoreboard
- Luxury Suites
- Kitchen & Air Handlers
- Parking lot lighting
• Est. Cost - $50,000
• Savings, 10-15% or
$750,000
Bill Gates House & His $30,000 Per Month Electric Bill
• 7 Years to build
• 45,000 Square Ft.
• EST. $53 Million
• Home Theater
• 18 Hole Putting Green
• 100 Person Hall
• Badge System
• 3 – 800 Amp Panels
• Electric Engineer Office
• Installed MMU-12
• Software on WIN95
• $30,000 / Month Electric Bill
• Switch from Residential to Commercial Rate