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Published on December 1, 2007

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Best Overall Category:  Best Overall Category Adobe Systems Incorporated Saves $1,000,000 annually Gives its property management firm, Cushman & Wakefield (C&W), 20% of its property management fees based on key performance indicators Requires that C&W help Adobe's headquarters earn the ENERGYSTAR® label each year To reduce energy use, C&W Improved lighting, plug loads, and HVAC equipment Installed water-saving devices, conserving 295,000 gallons monthly The 4th Annual Flex Your Power Awards Best Overall Category:  Best Overall Category California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) Committed to reducing energy use 20% at its property holdings in five years 17 million square feet of office and industrial space Earmarked $200 million for investment in environmental technologies Committed $500 million for environmentally responsible stock portfolios Best Overall Category :  Best Overall Category University of California, Berkeley (UCB) Integrates energy efficiency into operations, teaching, research and construction Upgraded 6,000 lights Created the Green Building Research Center Educated thousands of students about energy efficiency each year All new buildings are designed to LEED Silver standards. Innovative Products & Services Award:  Innovative Products & Services Award California Portland Cement Company (CPCC) Cut annual electricity consumption by 10%, saving Roughly 31 million kWh $3 million in energy costs Upgrades included: Process improvements Grinding mill that uses new technology to reduce energy consumption by 40% compared to older mills Partnered with the Environmental Protection Agency to help develop an energy benchmarking program for other cement plants Innovative Products & Services Award:  Innovative Products & Services Award Davis Energy Group Introduced two energy-saving air-conditioning technologies "NightBreeze" Combines heating and cooling equipment and advanced predictive controls to automatically ventilate homes at night Cooling costs can drop up to 65% Compressor-based cooling can be eliminated in some climates "OASys" Uses a novel heat exchanger to cool air with far less humidity than conventional evaporative coolers Saves 90% of total energy use Saves 80% of peak demand Innovative Products & Services Award:  Innovative Products & Services Award Dust Networks Provides reliable, low-power wireless mesh networking systems for enterprise-class monitoring and control applications SmartMesh-XR based monitoring solutions Can reduce energy and operational cost by up to 20% in typical building SmartMesh-XR wireless networking Makes energy management systems more economical compared to hard-wired systems Innovative Products & Services Award:  Innovative Products & Services Award International Rectifier Corp. Develops power management technology that Reduces waste energy in motors Can reduce 30% of the world's global energy budget Can make hybrid automobiles and lighting more efficient Products include Digital, analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits (ICs) Advanced circuit devices Integrated power systems Innovative Products & Services Award:  Innovative Products & Services Award Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) and Fetzer Vineyards Partnered with Fetzer Vineyards, with support from the CEC Developed a computer-based benchmarking tool for California's 1,100 wineries Benchmarking and Energy and Water Savings Tool (BEST) Recommends technologies and practices that save energy, water and money Developing similar tools for other industries Innovative Products & Services Award:  Innovative Products & Services Award Winesecrets Introduced the Selective Tartrate Removal System (STARS) for California wineries STARS Eliminates the need for refrigeration and reheating during tartrate removal Can result in a 95% electricity reduction for the tartrate removal process Could save 24 million kWh each year if adopted by all California wineries Also created low-energy processes to reduce wine pH Demand Response Award Winners:  Demand Response Award Winners El Dorado Irrigation District (EID) Saved 15% on electricity bills by adjusting pumping schedules Shifted more than 2,000 kW at a water treatment plant and water pump station to off-peak hours during the summer Invited to present its successful model to other water agencies Plans to build a new water transmission line to further increase off-peak pumping abilities Demand Response Award Winners:  Demand Response Award Winners Hewlett-Packard Company Cut 2,750 kW from peak demand by Using enhanced automation systems Adjusting HVAC Adjusting lighting loads Worldwide employee education and software saved as much as 7.8 million kWh in 2005 Produced more than 1,000 home and office ENERGY STAR®-qualified products Demand Response Award Winners:  Demand Response Award Winners Kyocera Cut demand by 8,400 kW when needed One facility relied on an energy control management system to power down HVAC, lighting and other equipment Another facility generated 90% of its peak demand onsite using PV and cogeneration Saved 554,000 kWh since 2002 by Automating HVAC and lighting Installing variable frequency drives Applying window tinting Demand Response Award Winners:  Demand Response Award Winners Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co. Cut peak demand 7.3% in one yard during July 2005 When called upon to curtail energy use, company: Sent educational notices and e-mails to all employees Shut down HVAC equipment at 2 p.m. Reduced total electricity consumption 4.5% by Investing in efficient equipment and controls Running employee awareness programs Creating an audit program that identifies employees who leave equipment on after hours Demand Response Award Winners:  Demand Response Award Winners Otay Water District Participated in demand response program Cut peak demand by 56% through Time-of-use metering Off-peak pumping Since 2003, has saved $93,000 and 1.7 million kWh annually Upgraded pumps, motors, lights, and HVAC equipment Education & Leadership Award Winners:  Education & Leadership Award Winners California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB) Students increased energy awareness by participating in Green Campus Pilot Program Distributed CFLs Equipped dorm rooms with ENERGY STAR®- qualified appliances to demonstrate savings The 23-campus CSU system Saved nearly 11.3 million kWh and 279,000 therms in 2004-05 Aims to reduce total energy consumption 15% by 2015 Mandated that all new CSU projects outperform Title 24 by at least 10% Education & Leadership Award Winners:  Education & Leadership Award Winners Campanelli Construction Demonstrated that green buildings cost less and take less time to build. Built new office with: Structural-insulated panels Natural light and ventilation Water-efficient landscaping A 5.8-kW photovoltaic system Finished construction 30 days ahead of schedule and at a savings of $10 per sq. ft. Helped launch the nonprofit Built Green Santa Barbara to encourage others Education & Leadership Award Winners:  Education & Leadership Award Winners Del Monte Foods Fruit-canning facility in Modesto selected as a food industry pilot for assessing comprehensive energy efficiency management technologies Selected by the US Department of Energy and National Association of State Energy Officials Through partnership, Del Monte implemented energy management systems that: Proactively optimize energy usage Support plant maintenance of its water, air, gas, electricity and steam systems Significantly reduce plant energy usage and costs Education & Leadership Award Winners:  Education & Leadership Award Winners Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) Kicked off one of the largest public-sector green-building projects in the nation in 2001 40 new or renovated buildings that will meet LEED standards Will integrate learning stations in new buildings Co-sponsors annual sustainability conference (with the U.S. Green Building Council) Education & Leadership Award Winners:  Education & Leadership Award Winners next>edge Helped its commercial clients save an average of 42 million kWh annually Earned clients more than 300 ENERGY STAR® labels More than any other efficiency vendor Uses three-pronged approach to energy efficiency: Integrates mechanical, electrical, and technological systems Optimizes and synchronize old and new equipment Trains on efficient technologies and practices Education & Leadership Award Winners:  Education & Leadership Award Winners Qualcomm Incorporated Maintains a dedicated energy webpage that provides 8,000+ employees with suggestions for reducing energy use at home and work Serves as chair of several energy and climate change policy groups Hosts events to help educate industry peers, including Regional Energy Summit co-hosted by Energy Secretary Desmond First San Diego Regional Energy Office SDREO Solar Energy Conference Education & Leadership Award Winners:  Education & Leadership Award Winners San Diego Unified School District Has saved $90 million and 621 million kWh since 1994 Installed photovoltaic roofing and energy-efficient lights Building 15 new energy-efficient schools that will outperform Title 24 by 30% Financed by Proposition MM Teach conservation measures to students in the classroom Posted energy-saving tips for home and work for staff and parents on District website Slide29:  Impact of Efficiency Programs Per Capita Electricity Use Energy Efficiency Award Winners:  Energy Efficiency Award Winners Allergan Inc. Encourages its 1,500 employees to conserve Ties evaluations, raises and bonuses to conservation objectives Highlights energy issues during National Energy Awareness Month Spreads energy-saving tips in newsletters and other materials Energy use fell by 9% — 6 million kWh — in 2004 alone Energy Efficiency Award Winners:  Energy Efficiency Award Winners California State University, Office of the Chancellor Cut nearly 11.3 million kWh and 279,000 therms across its 23 campuses in 2004-05 Worked in partnership with local utilities Aims to reduce energy consumption 15% by 2010 Designing all new capital projects to outperform California's Title 24 by at least 15% Energy Efficiency Award Winners :  Energy Efficiency Award Winners Children's Hospital Central California Audited its facility in 2002 Upgraded lighting and HVAC Installed 14 new air-handling systems with variable frequency drives Saved 3 million kWh Expects payback in 18 months 2004 investments alone will save the hospital $270,000 Energy Efficiency Award Winners:  Energy Efficiency Award Winners City of Redondo Beach Set goal in 2000 to reduce its energy costs 20% and began comprehensive energy program Installed T8 lights, window films, and solar tubes at city facilities Around town, the City installed: Light-emitting diode (LED) traffic signals Power regulators on streetlights Solar irrigation timers to reduce energy and water use Reduced energy use by 21% Reduced energy costs by $1.2 million annually Energy Efficiency Award Winners:  Energy Efficiency Award Winners City of San Diego Has saved 24 million kWh and $3 million annually since 2001 Requires all municipal construction to meet LEED Silver standards Renovated its police headquarters in 2005, making it virtually energy independent. Improvements included: Multiple-speed fans Window tinting Energy management system Cogeneration and photovoltaics for electrical, heating and cooling needs Energy Efficiency Award Winners:  Energy Efficiency Award Winners Grimmway Farms At four Bakersfield facilities, Grimmway Reduced annual energy consumption 15% (3.4 million kWh) Reduced annual energy costs by $300,000 Trimmed peak demand by 500 kW Worked with its utility Installed new refrigeration systems with insulation, high-efficiency motors and advanced temperature controls Educated employees of the system’s energy-saving benefits Energy Efficiency Award Winners:  Energy Efficiency Award Winners Jazz Semiconductor Already efficient facility reduced energy use an additional 6.5% in 2005 Optimized HVAC, production, and water- and air-treatment equipment Used first-of-its-kind technology: Hot, deionized water system Real-time, demand-based filtration control in clean rooms Reduced water use Expected to save $1 million, 11 million kWh, and 1.2 million Btu in 2005 Energy Efficiency Award Winners:  Energy Efficiency Award Winners Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical Research & Development Built new La Jolla lab to beat Title 24 by 18% and meet LEED Silver standards Installed efficient technology including: Window glazing and shades Variable speed drives Lights that are all under 60 watts 2.2-MW cogeneration system that supplies heating, cooling and 95% of electricity Water-conserving technologies that save 11 million gallons annually Energy Efficiency Award Winners:  Energy Efficiency Award Winners Northrop Grumman Corporation 4.5-million-sq.-ft. Los Angeles facility Cut peak demand 11% (more than 16,000 kW) in July and August 2005 by: Trimming average of 6,600 hours from annual lighting operating hours Encouraging employees to turn off unnecessary lights and equipment Expected to save 5.8 million kWh through equipment upgrades in 2005 Installed T5 lights, which reduce energy use, produce less heat, and brighten work areas Energy Efficiency Award Winners:  Energy Efficiency Award Winners San Mateo County Community College District Made improvements to 55 buildings Energy-efficient lights Cogeneration units As a result, in 2005 it Cut energy use 56% Saved more than 7.2 million kWh Avoided $1 million in energy costs Helped the state avoid 3,200 tons of greenhouse gas emissions All new construction is up to 42% more efficient than Title 24 Energy Efficiency Award Winners:  Energy Efficiency Award Winners Swinerton Incorporated Renovated headquarters and Beat California’s Title 24 standards by 12% Earned LEED Gold rating Saved more than $150,000 in energy costs Dropped electricity use by 50% Upgrades included: Cool roof Use of daylighting Internet-based HVAC and lighting controls Energy Efficiency Award Winners:  Energy Efficiency Award Winners Toyota Plaza Has cut electricity use by 1.5 million kWh (more than 45%) since 2000. Upgrades and improvements included An energy management system (EMS) Variable frequency drives to air handling and cooling tower fans T8 fluorescent lights with electronic ballasts and motion sensors Digital electrical meter on EMS to automatically power down non-critical equipment when preset load thresholds are reached Energy Efficiency Award Winners:  Energy Efficiency Award Winners United States Postal Service (USPS) Can cut 200 kW during peak at its San Francisco facilities (> 12.2 million sq. ft.) Has saved 64 million kWh and $6.3 million since 2004 Lighting upgrades included: T8 fluorescent lights and electronic ballasts Occupancy sensors Compact fluorescent lights Light-emitting diode (LED) exit signs Financed retrofits with energy cost savings Energy Efficiency Award Winners:  Energy Efficiency Award Winners Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. Saved more than 8 million kWh — a 14% reduction — and $1 million annually Made energy efficiency improvements including: T8, compact fluorescent, and high-bay T5 lights Variable frequency drives on fan motors Programmable thermostats Energy-efficient boilers and water heaters Created "Eco-Ambassador" program to help employees monitor their energy use Includes energy information on studio tours

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