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Smart Green - E2S2

MEETING STATUTORY AND EXECUTIVEORDER REQUIREMENTS THROUGH ITINFRASTRUCTURE AND ANALYTICSJonathan M. EstesManager, Sustainability & AnalyticsFacilities Solutions Group, LCCAuthor ofSmart Green: How to Implement SustainablePractices in Any Industry—And Make Money(c) 2002-2011 Jonathan M. Estes. All rights reserved.


• Introduction to EISA 432 and EO 13514• Near-term Deadlines• Sustainability Strategic Planning• Issues and Opportunities


• Energy Independence and Securities Act 2007• Metering• Benchmarking• Energy and Water Management


• Designate Facilities• Assign Energy Managers• Conduct Energy Evaluations• Identify and Implement ECMs• Follow up and M&V• Reporting and Benchmarking


Identify Covered FacilitiesAssign Energy Managers• Step 4Project ManagementFrameworkContinuousFollowup/M&VSolicit,Award andImplementProjectsEvaluationsPrioritizeECMs andBundle intoProjects• Step 1Facility and Building-level PerformanceMonitoring FrameworkBenchmarkingInstall MetersMonitor Meter Data forDiagnosisBenchmark BuildingPerformance• Step 3Improvement• Step 2Disclose Results and Share


• Chiller Plant Improvements - Efficiency measuressuch as, but not limited to:• Chiller retrofits or replacements• Chiller plant pumping, piping, and controls retrofits andreplacements• Building Automation Systems/Energy ManagementControl Systems (EMCS) - Efficiency measures suchas, but not limited to:• Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) upgradefrom pneumatics to Direct Digital Control• Upgrade or replacement of existing EMCS systems


NEAR TERM DEADLINES• Jun ’11 Annual Report on Energy and WaterSavings, Evaluations, Projects, M&V to OMB(c) 2002-2010 Jonathan M. Estes. All rights reserved.


MAIN SHIFTS1. GHG the key metric for tracking progress inFederal sustainability2. Sustainability Strategic Plan3. Requires a deliberative planning and reportingprocess4. Links to budget allocations and OMB scorecardsfor achieving goals(c) 2002-2010 Jonathan M. Estes. All rights reserved.


• Scope 1: Direct GHG emissions from sources ownedor controlled by Federal agencies• Scope 2: Direct GHG emissions from consumption ofpurchased electricity, heat or steam.• Scope 3: Other indirect emissions from sources notowned or directly controlled by a Federal agency [e.g.,emissions from employee travel and commuting,electricity transmission and distribution (T&D) notcovered in Scope 2, waste disposal, wastewatertreatment, etc.]


(c) 2002-2010 Jonathan M. Estes. All rights reserved.Image from DOE FEMP


NEAR TERM DEADLINES• Jun ‘10 Sustainability Strategic Performance PlansScope 3 Goals for 2020• Oct ’10CEQ Agency Compliance and Adaptations• Jan ’11 Complete DOE-wide GHS Inventory forScopes 1, 2, and 3 (annual)(c) 2002-2010 Jonathan M. Estes. All rights reserved.


• Achieve 30% reduction in vehicle fleet petroleum use by 2020• Achieve 26% reduction in potable & 20% reduction in industrial, landscaping,& agricultural water consumption by 2020• Comply with new EPA storm water management guidance• Achieve 50% recycling & waste diversion by 2015• Requires that 95% of all applicable procurement contracts will meetsustainability requirements• Requires 15% of buildings meet the Guiding Principles for High Performanceand Sustainable Buildings by 2015• Design all new Federal buildings which begin the planning process by 2020 toachieve zero-net energy by 2030(c) 2002 Jonathan M. Estes. All rights reserved.


• Demonstrate how agency will achieve the goals and targets inSection 2 of the E.O., including agency GHG reduction targets;• Be integrated into agency’s strategic planning and budget process;• Identify agency activities, policies, plans, procedures and practicesthat are relevant to implementation of the E.O., and develop newones where necessary;• Identify specific goals, a schedule, milestones, and approaches forachieving results; and quantifiable metrics for agencyimplementation of the E.O.• Incorporate actions for achieving progress metrics identified byOMB and CEQ


• Take into consideration environmental measures as well aseconomic and social benefits and costs in evaluating projects andactivities based on lifecycle return on investment;• Outline planned actions to make available information aboutagency progress and performance on a public website;• Evaluate climate change risks and vulnerabilities to managing theeffects on agency operations and missions;• Take into consideration environmental measures as well aseconomic and social benefits and costs in evaluating projects andactivities based on lifecycle return on investment;• Identify opportunities for improvement in annual updates.


GHGCO 2 (Carbon dioxide)CH 4 (Methane)N 2 O (Nitrous Oxide)PFCs (Perflourocarbons)HFCs (Hydroflourocarbons)SF 6 (Sulfur Hexaflouride)NF 3 (Nitrogen Triflouride)Some SourcesFossil fuel combustion, Land Use ChangeCattle, WWT, landfills, rice fields, natural gasAgriculture, mobile & stationary combustion,Wastewater treatment, incinerationAl production, semiconductor, health imagingRefrigerant leaks, fire extinguishers, solventsMg casting, transformers, switchesSemiconductor manufacturing(c) 2002 Jonathan M. Estes. All rights reserved.


DESCRIPTION• Develop, implement, and annually update life-cycle ROI• Integrates with other statutes, regulations, and executiveorders.• Achieve sustainability goals and targets, including GHGreduction• Integrate with Agency's strategic planning and budgetingprocess.(c) 2002-2010 Jonathan M. Estes. All rights reserved.


DESCRIPTION, CONT.• Transparent Agency progress, performance, and results• Report outcomes to CEQ Chair and OMB Director.• Link to climate change• Report on triple bottom-line outcomes• Annually evaluation project effectiveness: success/fail.(c) 2002-2010 Jonathan M. Estes. All rights reserved.


• Lack of reporting standards• Duplication of reporting energy metrics• Benchmarking needs more participation tobe relevant• Need to Integrate Goals – Targets – Actions –Project Management – Outcomes—Reports(c) 2002-2010 Jonathan M. Estes. All rights reserved.


• Connecting Sustainability Compliance withSustainability Strategic Planning• Need Energy Audits, Metering, and CommissioningServices from Small Business• Need Security for Energy Efficiency Reporting• Explore Federal Facility Technology Cloud• Need Energy Manager Core Competencies to Include IT,Sustainability, and Analytics• Third Party Verification of Energy Efficiency and GHSResults• Need for More Education and Networking in thePolitical Arena from FM


Contact:Jonathan M. EstesSustainability and AnalyticsFSG-LLC703-234-6086Jonathan.Estes@FSG-LLC.com

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