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Achieving Long-Term
Energy Conservation
through Partnerships and
Collaboration
October 2012
• Presenters:
– Paul Smith, Director, Facilities Services
– Rich Davis, College Engineer
– Mike Drennon, Manager, Plant Operations
and Maintenance
• Mission –
“To sustain a vibrant
academic community
and to offer students
an education that will
help them excel in
their intellectual,
creative, professional
and community
service goals.”
College Facts
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Founded in 1967
Opened in 1971
Approximately 4500 students
Olympia campus is 1000 acres
340 acres developed
College Organization
• No academic departments
• Long history of sustainability interest
• High student participation on social
action issues
• Strong bias towards consensus
Strategic Planning Goals
Education
Supporting
Financial
Guiding Principles and
Policies
• Facilities Services – Evergreen: A Place for
Sustainability
– The college’s physical
resources will
imaginatively enhance the
learning and working
environment
Guiding Principles and
Policies
• Critical Mandates –
– Carbon Neutral by 2020
– Zero Waste by 2020
Offset
Renew
Conserve
Areas of Implementation
Budget ImplicationsUtility budget 35% of Operating
Facilities Initiatives–
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Conduct after hours light surveys
Reduce steam pressure from 100 to 50 psi
Add Resource Conservation Manager
Look at building operating hours
Areas of Implementation
– Local Utility, Puget Sound Energy (PSE),
Pilot Program to Shed Load (Demand
Control)
– ESCO based systemic upgrades
– Change Operating Temperatures – 68˚-70˚
(winter) / 76˚-78˚ (summer)
Reduced utility costs save
$money$,
jobs,
environment!
History
May 2005 – Students vote for a student fee
to provide “Green electricity” for the
College
2007 – Work with State to get an Energy
Service Company (ESCO)
2008 – Begin work on ESCO Phase 1
2008 – State budget crisis and
recession surface
2009 – Complete ESCO Phase 1
2009 cont’d –
• Receive grant for ESCO Phase 1
• Review operating procedures for central utility
plant
• Lower steam pressure from central utility plant
• Begin discussions with Puget Sound Energy
(PSE) on Resource Conservation Program
(RCP)
2009 cont’d –
• Develop RCP and apply for funding from
PSE
• Designate College Engineer as Resource
Conservation Manager
• Initiate RCP
• Begin ESCO Phase 2
• Begin operational changes
2010 –
• Begin campus wide campaign to reduce energy
-lower/raise standard building temperature to
68/76
-send out all-college emails with energy
conservation tips
• Receive 2nd PSE grant
2010 cont’d –
• Apply/receive grant from state Department of
Commerce
• Receive RCM grant from PSE
2011 –
• Complete most of ESCO Phase 2 projects
• Hire a part time temporary Resource
Conservation Coordinator
2011 cont’d –
• Commence library recommission
• Continue all-campus email with energy
conservation tips
• Develop ESCO Phase 3 project scope
2012 –
• Implement ESCO Phase 3 projects
• Recruit/hire regular part time Resource
Conservation Coordinator
• Complete Library recommission
Energy Savings Proposal
– Phase 1 Projects
Pool Cover & Heat
Recovery
9KW Solar
Photovoltaic Array
Steam Trap Repair &
Replacement
Lab I Building Heat
Recovery
Energy Savings Proposal –
Phase 1
Phase I: Total Cost $895,000
$75,000
$25,000
$370,000
$425,000
TESC Capital
PSE Grant
OFM Grant
Clean Energy Grant
Energy Savings Proposal –
Phase 1
Energy
Savings
Guaranteed Annual
Energy Savings
Estimated Annual
Reduction
Measurement and
Verification completed
in 2010
4% of Evergreen’s
2005 baseline
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$72,786
709 metric tons
of CO2
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$97,111
964 metric tons
of CO2
$72,786 guaranteed
709 metric tons of
CO2 guaranteed
Energy Savings Proposal –
Phase 2 Projects
Gym and Pavilion
Lighting Upgrade
Lab II Building
Heat Recovery
Swimming Pool Lighting
Upgrade
Library EMS Control System
Upgrade and Optimization
Energy Savings Proposal –
Phase 2
Phase II: Total Cost $970,419
$300,000
$415,742
TESC Capital
PSE Grant
$254,677
DOC Grant
Energy Savings Proposal –
Phase 2
Energy
Savings
Guaranteed Annual
Energy Savings
Estimated Annual
Reduction
$80,900
915 metric tons
of CO2
Partnerships
Puget Sound Energy
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Energy grants and rebates
Staff support for grants and rebates
Resource Conservation Program
Good communication of programs
ESCO – McKinstry
• Collaborated on grants and rebate requests
• Willing to look at our energy conservation ideas
• Partnered with college staff
State Department of Commerce
• Energy grant funding
State Department of General Administration
• Energy Services Contract Management
• Allowed College to contract for energy projects
and energy-related facility improvements
College Staff, Faculty, Students
• Accepted new temperature set points
• Communicated with Facilities about energy
conservation ideas
• Self-monitored energy use
• Senior Management accepted risk to achieve
energy savings
Collaboration
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Architects/ Engineers
Contractors
College Clean Energy Committee
College Sustainability Council
College Energy Use
Electricity
Cost
Gas
Cost
2009
16,395 mWh
$1,313,000
117,613
mmBTU
$1,024,000
2010
14,678 mWh
$1,229,000
84,886
mmBTU
$635,000
2011
13,937 mWh;
$1,210,000
88,796
mmBTU
$646,000
2012
13,851 mWh
$1,194,000
88,585
mmBTU;
$648,000
Ideas •
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Review operating procedures
Contact your utility
Contact state energy office
Contact US Department of Energy –
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Information Center
([email protected])
Ideas Cont’d •
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Inform college community of efforts
and results
Involve students – great energy
and different ideas
Encourage staff to be partners in
energy conservation
Ideas Cont’d
• Look for energy waste - waste
represents a potential project.
• High energy use systems/high
maintenance costs/poor function/low
safety for staff create opportunities.
Contact Information
Paul Smith –
[email protected]
360-867-6115
Richard J. Davis, P.E. –
[email protected]
360-867-6136
Mike Drennon –
[email protected]
360-867-6586
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