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Lighting and Electrical Team Leadership andProject Delivery2014 Building Technologies Office Peer ReviewLinda Sandahl, [email protected] Pacific Northwest National LaboratoryProject SummaryTimeline:Start date: July 2008Planned end date: 2015 or afterBuilding Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) InternationalKey MilestonesGreen Parking Council1. LEEP: 100 million sq ft of high efficiencyparking lighting by February 20142. LEEP: 300 million sq ft of high efficiencyparking lighting by December 20143. Interior Lighting Initiative (Campaign) ready for launch by October 2014International Facility Management Association Better Buildings Alliance Lighting & Electrical Team members LEEP Campaign Supporters (manufacturers, utilities, lighting designers, efficiency groups)Budget:Federal Energy Management ProgramTotal DOE $ to date: $2.288 M (2008 - 2014) Total future DOE $: TBDProject Goal:Target Market/Audience:
â¢ Commercial building owners and operators for BBA Lighting Team.
â¢ Larger audience of commercial buildingsector for campaign initiatives.- Manufactures, utilities, contractors, etc. 2Key Partners:To speed the market adoption of high efficiency lighting technologies and practices by utilizing the tools and resources developed by the BBA Lighting & Electrical Project Team and others to address the barriers faced by facility managers and operators.Project OverviewTask 1. Better Building Alliance (BBA)* Lighting &Electrical Team Leadership (2008 - present)
â¢ Over 60 organizations and over 150 individuals on listserv
â¢ Identify and address BBA member barriers & resource gaps
â¢ Jointly develop tools and resources
â¢ Annual outreach at the Better Buildings SummitTask 2. Lighting Energy Efficiency in Parking (LEEP)Campaign - www.LEEPCampaign.org (launched Sept. 2012)Collaborative development of resources
â¢ Specifications, tools, resources developed by Team rolled into larger recognition and guidance program (Campaign)
â¢ Industry partnership; PNNL tech. assistance to Participants
â¢ Surpassed goal of achieving at least 100M sq ft of high efficiency parking lighting installed or plannedTask 3. Interior Lighting Initiative Planning (2015)
â¢ Finalize plan in FY 2014; FY 2015 launch
â¢ Focus on high impact interior lighting applications andtechnologies
â¢ Currently identifying tools, resources, partner organizations.* Formerly the Commercial Building Energy Alliance (CBEA)Purpose and ObjectivesProblem Statement: Lighting often provides some of the easiest, most costeffective energy-saving opportunities for building owners and occupants - but there are challenges to realizing this potential at scale.
â¢ Barriers addressed include: - unfamiliarity with new, rapidly changing technology or approaches - lack of reliable, actionable information that demonstrates real world applications of the technology and its cost-effectiveness, - difficulty in quickly locating applicable utility incentives, and - lack of market recognition for exemplary energy practices.Target Market and Audience: Commercial lighting uses about 16%* of total commercial building source energy use, more than any other single end-use, and the BBA Lighting & Electrical Project Team is pursuing projects that can reduce lighting energy use by 20% to 75% or more. Audiences includes:
â¢ BBA Members (building owners and managers, engineers),
â¢ Federal users,
â¢ the larger commercial buildings community, including: - offices, hospitals, higher education, retail stores, and hotels, and
â¢ other industry players that support efficient lighting.*EIA, Annual Energy Outlook 2014 Early ReleasePurpose and Objectives (continued) Exterior Lighting (LEEP Campaign)LEEP Planned Contribution to Energy Efficiency
â¢ The Opportunity - Nation could save â 187 TBtu annually or â $1.84 billion with high efficiency parking lighting 1 - LEEP award documentation represents only â 0.10% of the estimated 505 million parking spaces in the U.S.2 Lots more opportunity!1. Project Endpoint - June 2015 LEEP Award Announcements - Suite of resources to support exterior lighting upgrades - Examples of successful implementation available2. Key Success Indicators - Phase 1 Goal (Year 1)
â¢ Participants agree to evaluate their portfolio to identify potential sites that can apply high efficiency lighting technology, and to use it where feasible and cost-effective
â¢ Goal: 100 million sq ft of installed/planned high efficiency parking space
â¢ Awards in up to 12 categories- Phase 2 Goal (Year 2) - Progress toward 300M sq ft goal - Phase 3 Goal (Year 3) - 300M sq ft achieved; new Participants, Supporters, and award winners - 1. DOE 2013 Adoption of LEDs in Common Lighting Applications 5 2. DOE 2011 Energy Savings Estimates of LEDs in Niche Lighting ApplicationsPurpose and Objectives (continued)Interior Lighting Campaign Planning (FY 2015 launch) Project Contribution to Energy Efficiency:
â¢ Interior lighting applications offer substantial savings, for example: - If all US troffers were replaced to BBA specification compliance troffers, could save â 290 TBtu, or â $2.6 billion annually - If all US commercial CFL downlights were replaced to BBA specification compliant downlights* the US could save â 12.7 TBtu or â $115 million annually1. Project Endpoint - 3 year expected duration starting 2015 -- 2 rounds of interior awards - Savings and costs calculated2. Key Success Indicators - Project plan draft complete March 2014; Final September 2014 - Organizing Partners who represent significant market share; responsive to industry needs; able to track energy savings and participation; document target applications and performance; provide resources and technical assistance to move idea to execution. - If we demonstrate success we will have ___ participants impacting __M sq ft of interior space and ___TBtu savings *assumes 16W LED replaces 26W CFL lamp ballast 6Approach (General)Speed the adoption of high efficiency lighting by: 1. identifying technology and/or market adoption barriers to increased uptake of new/underutilized lighting technologies in high-use, replicable application categories through the BBA Lighting & Electrical Team; 2. identifying current resources available, and gaps/needs; 3. developing tools and resources that address barriers, in coordination with industry partners; 4. testing/vetting resources within and outside the BBA; 5. encouraging wider execution of energy saving practices in commercial lighting, once resources prove successful with BBA membership, document participation, performance and implementation via larger initiatives (e.g., Campaigns); 6. continuing to explore new lighting-related barriers and challenges with the BBA community via the Lighting & Electrical Team. 7. Coordination within DOE (FEMP, DOE SSL Program, etc.) 7LEEP ApproachCollaboration and ResourcesWebinars Better Buildings AllianceDOE provides tools and technical assistance to Participants in helping the Campaign Organizers maximize participationTechnical Assistance (limited)List of utility incentivesCase StudiesSpecificationsEnergy Estimator to compare against code 8Design VignettesM&V guidanceApproach (LEEP Campaign)Key Issues:
â¢ Long lead times for site selection ï design ï construction means that many sites will not have been completed by end of Campaign
â¢ Participants do not always provide all the needed site informationDistinctive Characteristics:
â¢ Collaborative effort with industry that leverages resources developed by the !'s Lighting & Electrical Project Team
â¢ Campaign offers unusual opportunity to count use of DOE resources in Participant facilitiesProgress and AccomplishmentsLessons Learned
â¢ Significant industry interest in a variety of approaches/technologies.
â¢ More interest in awards than we thought!
â¢ "ampaigns" are successful when you have; key partners with significant market share and parallel mission; market interest in the application; engagement and leadership by industry leaders; and recognition to help track and document success.Accomplishments
â¢ LEEP Phase 1 total installed/planned sq ft is over 270M sq ft - Goal: 100M sq ft of high efficiency parking installed or planned
â¢ LEEP Award submissions received from 21 organizations represents:- - - - -over 160M sq ft of installed parking space;about 45 million kWh/year (or â 155 billion Btu of site energy) saved; about 500,000 parking spaces; about 600 parking facilities; and median energy savings of nearly 60% with some sites reaching over 80%.
â¢ LEEP Award winners in all 12 categories 10Progress and Accomplishments (continued)Over 100 LEEP Campaign Participants (as of March 2014)ABM Energy ABM Facility Services AGC Banquet & Event Center Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. Allentown Parking Authority American Realty Advisors Arby's Restaurant GroupCushman & Wakefield Denver Office Park / CBRE Dept. of Defense, Joint Base San Antonio Dept. of Veterans Affairs, Perry Point, MD Evolvelectric Ford Motor Company Forest City Enterprises Inc.MGM Resorts International Midwest Moving & Storing Miller-Valentine Group MN National Guard Morlin Asset Management Newmark Grubb Knight Frank Parmenter Realty PartnersThe Hermitage Centre The Kroger Co. ThedaCare Tower Companies Town of Amherst Town of Mountain Village U.S. Army Reserve Parks Reserve Forces Training Area U.S. Army - Dugway Proving Ground Union StationAT&T Blue Hill PartnersFranklin Resources Inc Gaylord Nat Resort & Convention CtrPerry CSD Point Park UniversityBradford ExchangeGeorgia Building AuthorityUniversity of California at IrvineBrookfield Office Properties Brookshire Brothers Bruce Wayne KubenaGroupe Pacific Grubb Ventures Hammerschlag & Co., Inc.Prince William County Govt., Department of Public Works Prologis L.P. Providence Heath & Services Prudential Real EstateCBRE for Regions Bank CC Frost Properties, LTD CentraCare Health System City of Melrose City of San Jose, Dept. Transp.Hines Horizon Solutions LLC ibx lighting JBG Companies Jones Lang LaSalleUniversity of Colorado Health University of Maryland Medical Center University of Minnesota - Parking and Transportation Services PTP Management, Inc. University of Pennsylvania Regency Centers University of South Florida Reit Management & Research LLC Univ. of Pittsburgh Medical Center) Santa Barbara County US Air Force - Lackland, AFB Shelor Motor Mile Village of Great Neck PlazaCLTC Compass Properties, LLC Connecticut General Assembly Cox Enterprises Inc. Crescent Real Estate EquitiesJulin Realty Services, LLC Kimco Realty Group Marine Corps Base Quantico (MCBQ) MC Realty Group LLC MD Anderson Cancer CenterStandard Parking State of Missouri Sumner School District Supervalu, Inc. TES EngineeringVon Braun Center Walmart Wells Fargo Insurance USA WyndhamOver 100 organizations have signed up as LEEP Campaign Supporters (see reference slide)11Progress and Accomplishments (continued)Market Impacts - LEEP Phase 1 Award WinnersRetrofits Org. A B C D E F G H I J K LNew 3Other1011â1.7 million â4 million â2 million65% >80% >80% >80%â400,000>80%â15.3 million>80% >80% â500,000â70% X X 160Award CategoriesRetrofit 1 - Absolute savings - parking lot 2 - Absolute savings - parking structure 3 - Greatest % savings - parking lot 4 - Greatest % savings - parking structureNew construction 5 - Absolute savings - parking lot 6 - Absolute savings - parking structure 7 - Greatest % savings - parking lot 8 - Greatest % savings - parking structureOther 9 - Best use of controls 10 - Absolute number of sites 11 - Greatest percentage of portfolio 12 - Greatest overall savings kWhNotes: Savings are kWh/year; Additional savings from maintenance costs, etc. not included.
â¢ 300M sq ft Phase 2 goal may be revised to 500M sq ft based on Phase 1 results
â¢ LEEP Campaign could be extended or transitioned to othersInterior Lighting Campaign
â¢ FY 2014 plan will identify lighting applications and practices, resources andtools, partners, collaborators, and project milestones
â¢ Implement the plan in FY 2015
â¢ If we demonstrate success we will have ___ participants impacting __M sq ft of interior space and ___TBtu savings17REFERENCE SLIDES18Project BudgetProject Budget Variances: No variances Cost to Date: $254K (41%) Additional Funding: Strong industry collaboration and in-kind support, but no other direct funding sources.Budget History FY2008- FY2013FY2014FY2015 - TBD(past)(current)(planned)DOE $1,670K19Cost-share $0KDOE $618KCost-share $0KDOECost-shareProject Plan and Schedule20Project Plan and Schedule (continued)21Project Integration and CollaborationCommunications:
â¢ LEEP Campaign Webinars - LEEP Launch (Sept 2012) - LEEP Campaign Progress - presentations from Walmart, MGM, Hines and Green Parking Council (Feb 2013) - CBRE Green Knights webinar (April 2013) - OSRAM SYLVANIA's sustainable lighting solutions (April 2013) - Using the Street and Parking Facility Lighting Retrofit Financial Analysis Tool webinar hosted by the Better Buildings Alliance and FEMP (Aug 2013) - LEEP Campaign / Lighting Controls for Parking Facilities (Dec 2013) - High Efficiency Parking Lighting for Federal Agencies: The Time Is Now to Join LEEP and Get the Resources You Need (March 2014)
â¢ Articles (print or web in Q2) by - Healthcare Environmental Resource Center, ParmenterGREEN, UCLA, etter Plants' Partners Newsletter, ENERGY ST!R, BOMA and IFMA.22Project Integration and Collaboration (continued)Communications:
â¢ â¢Better Buildings Efficiency Forum Greenbuild International Conference and Expo Lightfair International National Parking Association (NPA) Convention & Expo Defense Energy Summit International Parking Institute (IPI) Annual Convention Midwest Energy Solutions Conference Better Buildings Alliance, GPC, IFMA and BOMA e-newsletters 38 Tweets and re-Tweets (GPC, IFMA, BOMA and Better Building Alliance members)
â¢ Several LEEP focused articles, blogs and press releases
â¢ IFM!'s Sustainability hapter meeting23Progress and AccomplishmentsLEEP Campaign Supporters (as of March 2014)24