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Welcome to Todays Training for State and Local grantees on Energy
Welcome to Todays Training for State and Local grantees on Energy
DOE Technical Assistance Program
DOE Technical Assistance Program
What is TAP
What is TAP
How Can TAP Help You
How Can TAP Help You
The TAP Blog
The TAP Blog
Accessing TAP Resources
Accessing TAP Resources
Measurement & Verification (M&V)
Measurement & Verification (M&V)
This webinar will cover:
This webinar will cover:
M&V Background
M&V Background
Purpose of (M&V)
Purpose of (M&V)
Risk and M&V
Risk and M&V
THE EARLY DAYS  Shared Savings  ESCO direct Financing
THE EARLY DAYS Shared Savings ESCO direct Financing
PRESENT DAY  Efficiency Valuation Organization (EVO)  14 years of
PRESENT DAY Efficiency Valuation Organization (EVO) 14 years of
Energy Savings M&V
Energy Savings M&V
Energy Savings M&V
Energy Savings M&V
Energy Use Baseline
Energy Use Baseline
Baseline Adjustments and Energy Savings
Baseline Adjustments and Energy Savings
IPMVP Method A
IPMVP Method A
IPMVP Method B
IPMVP Method B
IPMVP Method C
IPMVP Method C
IPMVP Method D
IPMVP Method D
Stipulated Savings
Stipulated Savings
The M&V Plan IF YOU DONT UNDERSTAND IT : DONT SIGN IT
The M&V Plan IF YOU DONT UNDERSTAND IT : DONT SIGN IT
The M&V Plan
The M&V Plan
M&V Plan (contd
M&V Plan (contd
M&V Plan (contd
M&V Plan (contd
The M&V Reconciliation Report
The M&V Reconciliation Report
Additional Information
Additional Information
Questions
Questions
Upcoming Webinars
Upcoming Webinars

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1 Welcome to Todays Training for State and Local grantees on Energy

Welcome to Todays Training for State and Local grantees on Energy

Savings Performance Contracting: Savings Measurement and Verification (M&V) Some tips before we get started Session will be recorded All attendee phone lines are muted Please submit your questions via the Questions window As many questions as possible will be answered during and at the end of the session Presentation slides along with the summary of ALL questions and answers will be sent to attendees a few days after the training

2 DOE Technical Assistance Program

DOE Technical Assistance Program

Energy Savings Performance Contracting: Savings Measurement and Verification for State and Local grantees Date:

ARRA EECBG Recipient Webinar Series

3 What is TAP

What is TAP

DOEs Technical Assistance Program (TAP) supports the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant Program (EECBG) and the State Energy Program (SEP) by providing state, local, and tribal officials the tools and resources needed to implement successful and sustainable clean energy programs.

4 How Can TAP Help You

How Can TAP Help You

Topics include Energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies Program design and implementation Financing Performance contracting State and local capacity building

TAP offers One-on-one assistance Extensive online library, including Webinars Events Calendar TAP Blog Best practices and project resources Facilitation of peer exchange

5 The TAP Blog

The TAP Blog

Access the TAP Blog! http://www.eereblogs.energy.gov/tap/

Provides a platform for state, local, and tribal government officials and DOEs network of technical and programmatic experts to connect and share best practices on a variety of topics.

6 Accessing TAP Resources

Accessing TAP Resources

We encourage you to

1) Explore our online resources via the Solution Center

2) Submit a request via the Technical Assistance Center

3) Ask questions via our call center at 1-877-337-3827 or email us at http://www1.eere.energy.gov/wip/solutioncenter/default.html

7 Measurement & Verification (M&V)

Measurement & Verification (M&V)

Energy Savings Performance Contracting: Savings Measurement and Verification for State and Local Grantees

ARRA EECBG Recipient Webinar Series

8 This webinar will cover:

This webinar will cover:

M&V Background Energy Savings M&V M&V Methods The M&V Plan M&V Report

9 M&V Background

M&V Background

10 Purpose of (M&V)

Purpose of (M&V)

Measurement and Verification (M&V) is the process used to evaluate performance of an energy savings project to support a guarantee of performance from an Energy Services Company (ESCO) A performance guarantee allows a building owner to invest in an energy savings project by providing confidence that the investor will either achieve a desired level of savings OR recover a shortfall for underperformance

11 Risk and M&V

Risk and M&V

An ESCO guarantees performance it can control that rarely covers all risks in a project An effective M&V plan shares risks between the owner and the ESCO: Risk of operating a facility is usually borne by the owner Equipment performance is usually covered by the ESCO Maintenance to ensure savings may be taken on by ESCO and/or owner Market price for energy can rarely be underwritten by the ESCO

12 THE EARLY DAYS  Shared Savings  ESCO direct Financing

THE EARLY DAYS Shared Savings ESCO direct Financing

M&V Background

13 PRESENT DAY  Efficiency Valuation Organization (EVO)  14 years of

PRESENT DAY Efficiency Valuation Organization (EVO) 14 years of

International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol Universally accepted

M&V Background contd.

14 Energy Savings M&V

Energy Savings M&V

15 Energy Savings M&V

Energy Savings M&V

Establish energy usage baseline Establish baseline adjustment procedures Determine IPMVP M&V method for each energy conservation measure (ECM): ? Method A: Retrofit isolation key parameter ? Method B: Retrofit isolation all parameters ? Method C: Whole facility continuous measurement ? Method D: Calibrated Simulation engineering modeling Stipulated savings

16 Energy Use Baseline

Energy Use Baseline

Identify baseline period Baseline energy consumption and demand data Independent variables coinciding with energy data Static data coinciding with energy data Witnessing by client is important

17 Baseline Adjustments and Energy Savings

Baseline Adjustments and Energy Savings

Routine Adjustments Weather Occupancy Operating hours Temperature settings Non Routine Adjustments ? New equipment ? Changes in use of space e.g. office to lab space ? Demolition ? Add cooled/heated space previously not cooled/heated Energy savings = adjusted baseline actual usage

18 IPMVP Method A

IPMVP Method A

Method A: Retrofit Isolation Key Parameter Measurement Short term or continuous measurement of key operating parameters: parameters not measured are estimated Example: lighting retrofit shortterm measurement operating hours are estimated (agreed to) or measured in the audit phase

19 IPMVP Method B

IPMVP Method B

Method B: Retrofit Isolation All parameter Measurement Shortterm or continuous measurement of all parameters Example: Lighting retrofit continuous measurement of power, lightson time and room occupancy

20 IPMVP Method C

IPMVP Method C

Method C: Whole Facility Measurement Continuous Measurement of the whole facilitys energy use Example: Building with several ECMs and expected savings are above 10% of total baseline usage. Interaction of ECMs is difficult to determine

21 IPMVP Method D

IPMVP Method D

Method D: Calibrated Simulation Savings are determined through simulation of the energy use of the whole facility, calibrated against the utility bills. Example: Facility with multiple ECMs where no utility meter was available during the baseline period

22 Stipulated Savings

Stipulated Savings

Stipulated savings: ? Not measured ? Small compared to overall savings ? Too small to cost-effectively measure ? Moves risk from ESCO to owner

23 The M&V Plan IF YOU DONT UNDERSTAND IT : DONT SIGN IT

The M&V Plan IF YOU DONT UNDERSTAND IT : DONT SIGN IT

24 The M&V Plan

The M&V Plan

In accordance with IPMVP 2010, the M&V plan should cover 13 specific topics: ECM Intent Selected IPMVP Option and Measurement Boundary Baseline: Period, Energy and Conditions Reporting Period Basis for Adjustment Analysis Procedure Energy Prices

25 M&V Plan (contd

M&V Plan (contd

Meter Specifications Monitoring Responsibilities Expected Accuracy Budget Report Format Quality Assurance

26 M&V Plan (contd

M&V Plan (contd

Additional Topics ? For Method A: Justification of estimates Periodic inspections ? For Method D: Software name Input/Output data Measured data Calibration

27 The M&V Reconciliation Report

The M&V Reconciliation Report

The M&V Reconciliation Report should include: Energy data for the reporting period Values of independent variables weather, occupancy and variables that affect energy usage Justification for corrections made to any data Handling of bad or missing data Agreed estimated values for Option A Energy rates used Details on non-routine adjustments Computed savings in both energy units and dollars Emissions reduction

28 Additional Information

Additional Information

For a copy of the 2010 International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol, Volume 1, go to: www.evo-world.org Download the correct language version IPMVP Volume III, Concepts and Practices for Determining Savings in Renewable Energy Technologies Applications (2003) FEMP M&V Guidelines http://www1.eere.energy.gov/femp/pdfs/mv_guidelines.pdf

29 Questions

Questions

DOE Team Lead Chani Vines: chani.vines@ee.doe.gov ESPC Technical Assistance Team Contacts Irina Bulkley-Hopkins: Irina_Bulkley-Hopkins@sra.com Karl Berntson: Karl_Berntson@sra.com

30 Upcoming Webinars

Upcoming Webinars

Please join us again for additional Webinars:

Title: Host: Date: Time: Title: Host: Date: Time: Title: Host: Date: Time:

For the most up-to-date information and registration links, please visit the Solution Center webcast page at www.wip.energy.gov/solutioncenter/webcasts

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