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Title: Eastern Illinois


1
Eastern Illinois University
Energy Conservation and Sustainability
Program December 11, 2007 Lt. Governor Pat
Quinn Sustainable Government Symposium IDNR,
Springfield
2
The EIU Program
  • Aggressive Energy Performance Contracting (EPC)
  • Fuel choice flexibility (Coal vs. gas/oil)
  • Incidental small in-house projects with short
    paybacks
  • Electric rate management (Illinois State
    Universities Consortium ISU, WIU, SIUC, SIUE
    and EIU)
  • Scheduling and optimization using BAS
  • Maintenance training/ operations program
    improvements such as the Building Operator
    Certification program managed by DCEO/MEEA
  • Utilities sub-metering
  • Steam system Pressure reduction, boiler tuning
    and combustion monitoring
  • Campus awareness and partnering
  • Develop a campus energy policy
  • EIU Energy and Sustainability Committee

3
EIU Performance Contracting
  • Phase I (Govs Pilot 1994- CMS COPS- Energy
    Masters)
  • 1.7M GSF upgraded, 3.4M project
  • Energy Conservation Measures Installed
  • 10525 energy efficient lighting upgrades
  • 697 variable air-volume dampers
  • 39 variable speed motors
  • 1,095 additional building automation points
  • An Energy Management System upgrade
  • Minor steam and electric metering
  • Annual savings 533,000 guaranteed for 10 years
  • This project was paid off in December 2006

4
EIU Performance Contracting
  • Phase II (EIU-managed 2001 - COPS - Honeywell)
  • 1.5M GSF upgraded, 10.8M project
  • Energy Conservation Measures Installed
  • 18,363 energy efficient lighting upgrades (T-8
    and CFL)
  • 810 water conserving (1.5 gpm)) shower heads
  • 1,117 low water consumption flush valves and
    toilets (1.6 gpf)
  • 1,469 faucet aerators (0.5 gpm)
  • 118 energy efficient washing machines (Maytag
    Neptune)
  • Variable speed pump and fan upgrades
  • High efficiency electric motor replacements
  • Pipe insulation
  • Upgrades/expansion of building automation system
    (BAS)
  • Replacement of swimming pool filtration system
  • Replacement of five (5) large central chillers
  • Expansion of the campus chilled water loop
  • Expected annual ECM savings 1,332,000
  • Annual savings 1,200,000 guaranteed for 10 years

5
EIU Performance Contracting
  • Phase II Enhancement (EIU-managed- 2003 COPS-
    Honeywell)
  • Supplemental ECMs installed, 2.6M project
  • Energy Conservation Measures Installed
  • Replacement of an additional chiller
  • Lighting upgrades in the Student Union
  • Upgrading building automation systems
  • Energy efficient exit lights (LEDs)
  • Replacement of chilled water coils
  • Optimizing ventilation rates with CO2 control
  • Global automation of campus chilled water
    generation and distribution
  • Expected annual ECM savings 315,000
  • Annual savings 295,000 guaranteed for 10 years

6
EIU Performance Contracting
Savings in Energy Units
7
Coal reduced by 45
8
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9
Consumption reduced over 50
10
  • Red line is resident population
  • Blue line is water used

11
  • Water rates have increased 70
  • Water costs have decreased 26

12
The EIU Experience
  • SUMMARY OF BENEFITS TO EIU
  • Annual savings guaranteed 2,017,000
  • Annual savings expected 2,303,000
  • Net annual to reinvest 286,000
  • 16.7M in infrastructure, systems and performance
    improvements paid from savings over 10 years
  • Out of that sum, 13.2M applied to deferred
    maintenance reductions

13
The EIU Experience
  • BENEFITS TO THE ENVIRONMENT
  • CO2 emissions reduced by 64,000 tons per year
  • SO2 emissions reduced by 600 tons per year
  • NOx emissions reduced by 240 tons per year
  • Lower fresh water resource usage
  • Lower waste water generation
  • Lower landfill input
  • Lower overall thermal rejection to ambient

14
A Remaining EIU Sustainability Opportunity
  • 10MW Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant (new
    20-year duration EPC will play a MAJOR part in
    making this feasible for EIU RFP is now on the
    street)
  • Base-fueled with biomass with possible capability
    to flex to alternative fuels with minor
    re-tooling
  • Over 14,000,000 in deferred maintenance cost
    avoidance from investing in a new CHP
  • Abundant, sustainable, environmentally soft,
    local and low-cost long-term energy source
  • Leverage additional ECMs in this project to
    support the CHP such as higher voltage metering,
    science lab ventilation, chilled water upgrades,
    BAS optimization, lighting, water, etc.

15
Sustainability Comments
  • Support LEED concepts in the Capital project
    process
  • Vigorously develop 20 year EPC opportunities (new
    legislation was a great move!!)
  • Continuously improve maintenance skills through
    training
  • The best energy saver is a world class
    maintenance program
  • Incorporate sustainable energy sources such as
    wind, solar, geothermal, biomass
  • Accept the fact that these options may feature
    more complicated infrastructure, high front-end
    costs and long paybacks
  • Building use schedule/temperature optimization
    (BAS)
  • Can easily conflict with expectations of the
    customers
  • Engage the campus community
  • Motivate employees and users to conserve- fight
    apathy!
  • Aggressively develop all no-cost/low-cost
    opportunities
  • Many small opportunities usually exist but are
    ignored

16
  • THANK YOU!!!
  • Please feel free to contact us for information
  • Gary Reed - (217) 581-2199 or gdreed_at_eiu.edu
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