Live free or conserve hard AF ESOH Symposium

43 %
57 %
Information about Live free or conserve hard AF ESOH Symposium

Published on March 5, 2014

Author: JeffreyRiegle



Energy Conservation is a hot topic on everyone's minds, fluctuating fuel prices, rising energy costs and directives from the President and Congress to use less energy. Everyone is taking a hard look on how to "Do More with Less". Energy Auditing and Project Programming are the first steps to reducing the amount of energy that facilities use. Over the last four years our team has evaluated over 30 Million square feet of facilities, at facilities across the nation. This presentation will highlight will detail the tools and technologies of this process.

This presentation discusses how energy costs can be reduced through the evaluation of energy consumption while investigating renewable energy sources for incorporation into an Energy Reduction Program. Energy conservation opportunities were examined for building envelopes (door/window seals, weather stripping, doors/windows, etc.) as well as the mechanical/electrical/lighting systems. After evaluating the existing conditions, the report provides "green" alternatives for energy sources (i.e., wind power, solar power, etc.) and project recommendations for more efficient energy consumption in a simple matrix format.

This presentation is a "must-see" for anyone interested in reducing energy consumption for their clients.


Presented by: Traci Dewar, 1 SOCES/CEA, Hurlburt Field Jeff Riegle, LEED AP, AMEC Energy Conservation: Energy Audits and Project Development Live Free or Conserve Hard

WWJD – What would John McClane Do? Summary  Starting your Program  Choosing an Energy Auditor  Statement of Work  Before the auditors arrive  When the auditors arrive  Reviewing the Concept Report  Reviewing the Pre-Final Report 3

Come out to the Coast, we’ll have a few laughs Starting your program  EO13423, EISA 2007, EPACT 2005, Command Memos, AF Doctrine  End Goals    30% reduction in Consumption  1.5% increase per year in renewable energy (25% by 2025)  15% increase in high performance buildings  30% reduction in water consumption  100% of new facilities to be net zero by 2030  20% reduction of petroleum use by 2015 Decisions to be made  Control of the Program  Drawing the Box around your Program  Working with others Create a baseline – “Wow, that’s a large undertaking.” 4

I didn’t say Park Drive, I said, through the Park. Choosing your Energy Auditor  Some energy auditors will only show you where the bad guys are  Identify problems: “You need to reduce solar heat load.”  You want an auditor that will:  Show you where the hostages are (Identify Problems)  Point out how to neutralize them (Identify Solutions)  Help you find the guns, explosives the bad guys left behind (Identify Costs)  Watch your back as you jump from the top of the building/subway/cargo jet/JSF (Provide Justification)  “You need to reduce solar heat load at X buildings, by installing these Y technologies, costing Z to install, and should show a payback of Q years.”  The end goal of the auditor is to provide a list of “feasible” projects with justification that can be planned, programmed, funded, and executed as funds become available. 5

That’s what makes you that guy. Preparing the statement of work  Pick the buildings to be audited  25%/75% rule  Standardization is your friend  Square footage does not an energy hog make  Decide what you want evaluated  Water/Fuel  Whole Building  Renewable Energy  Energy Security  Base Infrastructure – Airfield/Parking Lighting – Generators/Transformers/Line sizes  Commit to involvement  Review  Provide information 6

You gotta send the cavalry in… Before the auditors arrive  Utility Bills, DUERS reports, sub-metering data (if available)  Building Drawings  As-builts  Fire Plans/Layouts  Base Infrastructure  Maps  Equipment Lists – HVAC – 400hz – Process – Generators/Transformers  Prior Energy Studies  Energy Management Control System 7

Al, put down that Twinkie and grab a pen. When the Auditors arrive  Base Access  Foreign Nationals  Escorts  Access to restricted facilities  Access to data  Access to secure facilities  Flight line access  Access to CE staff  Information Flow  In-brief  Informing staff  Informing facility managers  Providing assistance  Minimizing impact to operations  Out-brief 8

Or would that be under “M” for Miscellaneous Reviewing the Concept Report       Opportunity for Holistic view No Financial Data Provide Feedback on Technologies Presented  Likes  Dislikes Increase communication  Upcoming projects (Facility Action Board)  Demolished/Decommissioned/Under Construction Buildings Data gaps  Anecdotal information from staff  Data Calls Education 9

There’s gold in the federal reserve and they just took a ton of it… Reviewing the Pre-Final Report  Programming    No-Cost  Low-Cost Grouping of Like Projects  Horizontal  Vertical Execution Strategy  Design  Design/Build  MILCON/ECIP  SABRE  O&M  ESTCP  Further Studies  Third Party Financing 10

Oh, the weather outside is frightful… After the audit is done.  Programming into ACES  Answering Data Calls  Further studies  Ground Source Heat Pump Feasibility  Renewable Energy Feasibility  Wind to Hydrogen Feasibility  Net-Zero Feasibility  Designs  Decentralization  Centralization  Construction  Design Build  Third Party Financing  Measurement and Verification 11

Yippee-Kye-Yaa… Conclusion  Starting your Program  Choosing an Energy Auditor  Statement of Work  Before the auditors arrive  When the auditors arrive  Reviewing the Concept Report  Reviewing the Pre-Final Report  After the audit is done 12

You know, I was always partial to Roy Rodgers. I really liked those sequined shirts. Any More Questions? See me after. 612-252-3667 Shaping the Future

Add a comment

Related presentations

Presentación que realice en el Evento Nacional de Gobierno Abierto, realizado los ...

In this presentation we will describe our experience developing with a highly dyna...

Presentation to the LITA Forum 7th November 2014 Albuquerque, NM

Un recorrido por los cambios que nos generará el wearabletech en el futuro

Um paralelo entre as novidades & mercado em Wearable Computing e Tecnologias Assis...

Microsoft finally joins the smartwatch and fitness tracker game by introducing the...

Related pages

ESOH Resource Transformation - Documents

ESOH Resource Transformation ... Assessments Multiple Air Force Bases 2011 ESOH Training Symposium Technical Session, 22 March 2011 * Overview AF RE goals ...
Read more


instructor meeting 2011 esoh training symposium drew francis curriculum chairman hq acc/a4px agenda welcome metrics process class length critiques bar ...
Read more

Live Free or PI Hard Cohner Marker, Spencer Johnson, Daryl ...

SSH SECURITY Live Free or PI Hard SSH SECURITY Cohner Marker, Spencer Johnson, Daryl Andes Image: ...
Read more

General Future Bankruptcy Punch or Conserve - Documents

General Future Bankruptcy Punch or Conserve; System is processing data Please download to view 1
Read more

Facebook - Log In or Sign Up

Create an account or log into Facebook. Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates.
Read more - Medical Videos • Surgery and Procedures Videos

5th International Symposium on Focused Ultrasound. ... Live broadcasts; Commercial; Press release; ... or register for free ...
Read more

Back up, Restore or Clone hard drives or partitions The ...

... Restore or Clone hard drives or partitions The easy way with Live Distros! ... Restore or Clone hard drives or partitions The easy way with Live ...
Read more

News Search - AF

AF.MIL delivers the latest breaking news and information on the U.S. Air Force including top stories, ... AF Sites. Social Media Sites; Site Registration;
Read more