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Title: Implementing a Successful Lighting Upgrade NTPE North Texas Plant Engineering


1
Implementing a Successful Lighting Upgrade
NTPE North Texas Plant Engineering
Facilities Maint. Show November 2, 2005
2
Energy Saving Opportunities
  • If you had a Water Leak in your facility costing
    250 per day. How long would you wait until you
    called the plumber?
  • Everyone has Energy Leaks
  • Unfortunately since you do not see the Energy
    Leaks you dont act as quickly.

3
Introduction
  • A successful lighting upgrade project will
    achieve the following goals
  • Lower Energy Cost
  • Lower KW and Kwh usage up to 65
  • Enhance the overall appearance of the building
  • Improved color rendering
  • Increased maintained light levels
  • Lower operational cost
  • Reduced maintenance time
  • Reduced number of lamps and ballasts
  • Longer life products
  • Lower HVAC cost

4
Topics to Review
  • Light Fixture Retrofit to Higher Efficiencies
  • Light Fixture Replacement HID to Fluorescent
  • New Technologies Ballast, Lamps, Exit Signs
  • Occupancy Sensors Smart Sensors
  • Develop a Standardization Plan
  • Lighting Upgrade Examples
  • Energy Rebates from local Utilities
  • EPACT 2005 Energy Tax Credit
  • Group Relamp
  • Successful Projects
  • Summary of Presentation

5
Lighting Fixture Retrofit
  • Improved Fixture Efficiency
  • Custom Engineered Reflectors
  • Easy Installation
  • Tool Free ballast access
  • New Sockets Brackets
  • U.L. Listed Reflectors
  • 20 Year Warranty
  • Before Watts 168 After 55

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HID Fixture Replacement to FHB
  • HID to Fluorescent Replacement FHB632T8HL
  • Before Watts 455 After Watts 218
  • Watts Saved per Fixture 237 Watts (52 Savings)
  • Light levels increased 20 maintained 10 higher

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Multi Volt Electronic Ballast
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High Lumen Lamps Extended Life
  • 2- 4 T8 Lamps 3100 Lumens each
  • Long Life 30,000 Hrs.
  • High CRI 85
  • TCLP Compliant
  • Low Mercury Content
  • Ask for 3 Year Warranty

9
Occupancy Sensor
  • Occupancy Sensor Manufactures offer various
    technologies for sensing motion and turning off
    lights.
  • Passive Infra Red Sensors
  • Ultra Sonic Sensors
  • Wall Switch Sensors
  • Ceiling Mounted Smart Sensors
  • Self Adjusting Dual Technology Sensors

10
Implement a Standardization Plan
  • A Standardization Plan is implemented for the
    following reasons
  • Lamp Type and Color - Use long life lamps where
    available- Same brand very important to color.
  • Ballast Type- Use electronic ballast with 5 Year
    warranty- Same brand, Multi-Volt, 1-4 lamp.
  • Fixture Type- Standardize on brands so all
    fixtures match and replacement parts are easily
    available.

11
Energy Rebates from local Utilities
  • Utility companies are paying business millions
    of dollars every year to reduce Demand on the
    utilities
  • These Rebates pay 20-30 of the installed cost
    of a lighting upgrade.
  • Incentives are also available for other ECMs.
    (Energy Conservation Measures)
  • Check with your local utility before starting a
    energy savings project.

12
Commercial Tax Incentives / Strategies
  • Summary
  • Tax deduction of 1.80 per square foot for
    commercial buildings that exceed the energy
    efficiency of a baseline building in ASHRAE
    90.1-2001 Building Code by 50.
  • Tax deductions are also available for sub
    systems that increase efficiency by 50, up to
    0.60 per square foot.
  • Tax credits are available for on-site distributed
    generation systems meeting certain efficiency
    requirements

13
Commercial Tax Incentives / Strategies (contd)
  • The Good news
  • The Energy Bill designated interim rules for
    lighting systems.
  • Systems that are at least 40 more efficient
    (except in warehouses) than the requirements of
    ASHRAE 90.1-2001 Tables 9.3.1.1 (building area
    method) and 9.3.1.2 (space by space) get the full
    0.60/ sf deduction.
  • Systems that are 25 more efficient get 0.30 /
    square foot deduction (except warehouses with 50
    min rule).
  • Interpolate in between (30 0.40/sf, 35
    0.50/sf)

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Commercial DG Tax Incentives
  • The following on-site distributed generation
    systems can receive new or expanded federal tax
    credits
  • Solar Energy
  • Fuel Cells
  • Micro Turbines
  • There are certain qualifiers for each type.
  • As with other commercial tax credits,
  • the window of opportunity opens on January 1,
    2006 and closes on December 31, 2007.

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Examples of 2x4 Lighting Upgrades
  • Existing Fixture 4- F40/T12 34 watt lamps, 2
    magnetic ballast 168 Watts
  • New Fixture 2- F32/T8/HL lamps, 1 Electronic
    ballast and 1 Custom Miro 4 Reflector 55 Watts
  • 2x4x4 Prismatic Lens Fixture
  • ENERGY SAVING
  • 168Watts 55 Watts 113Watts Saved
  • 67 Savings
  • 10 Light level increase

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Examples of MH Lighting Upgrades
  • Metal Halide to FHB Fixture
  • Existing Fixture 1- 400 Watt Metal Halide
    lamp, 1 Magnetic ballast 455 Watts
  • New Fixture New FHB Fixture 6- F32/T8/HL or 4
    F54/T5 lamps, 2- Electronic ballast and Custom
    Miro Reflector 218 Watts
  • ENERGY SAVING
  • 455 Watts 218 Watts 237 Watts Saved
  • 52 Savings
  • 20 Light Increase
  • 85 CRI vs. 65 CRI
  • Note 4 lamp T5 Fixture 234 Watts

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Examples of Incandescent Upgrades
  • Incandescent Fixtures
  • Existing Fixture 1- Par30 75 Watt
    Incandescent lamp 75 Watts
  • New Fixture 1- 15 Watt R30 Fluorescent lamp
    15 Watts
  • ENERGY SAVING
  • 75 Watts 15 Watts 60 Watts Saved
  • 80 Savings
  • Same Light Output

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Examples of Lighting Upgrades
  • Exit Sign Replacement
  • Existing Fixture 2- 20W/T6 lamps
    40 Watts each
  • New Fixture LED Photoluminescent Exit Sign
    0-3 Watts each
  • ENERGY SAVING
  • 40 Watts 3 Watts 37 Watts
  • 75 Savings
  • Light output Acceptable
  • U/L 924 Approved

19
Group Relamp Budgeting
  • When you have completed your lighting project you
    should know the average annual burn time of your
    new lighting system.
  • The lamp manufacture will give you an average
    rated life of the lamps you installed.
  • Consider budgeting for a group relamp in 3-5
    years.
  • Group Relamping will save on maintenance labor
    cost and when you buy in bulk you will save on
    materials cost.

20
Retropole Technology
  • Retropole - Now this technology has become
    available to commercial property owners. Its a
    Retrofit. By using the existing pole and fixture,
    the property aesthetics are maintained and the
    upgrade is affordable.
  • ¬†Lowers hazards and Maintenance Cost
  • A retrofit light-lowering system pays for itself
    in under 2 years.

21
OLD SCHOOL
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New Technology
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Retropole HID Retrofit
24
Lockheed Martin Lighting Upgrade
Example of Real Savings Project Lockheed
Martin Dallas, Texas Energy Cost Savings 2004
350,000 Annually Energy Reduction Kwh Saved
4,000,000 Energy Rebates 180,000
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Client Achievements
  • CarrAmerica Realty Services
  • Harwood International
  • Centex Homes
  • Lockheed Missles and Fire Control
  • Prentiss Properties
  • Rolex USA
  • Trammell Crow Company

26
Centex Building IC Phase II Named Most
Efficient Building in U.S. by EPA
27
Centex Building IC Phase IV Daylight Harvesting
System
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Trammell Crow Harwood Center36 Stories Downtown
Dallas, Texas
  • 12,000 Fixtures
  • Main Fixture Type
  • 2x4x2 78 - Cell Parabolic Lens Fixtures.
  • Custom Designed Optical Reflector
  • Sylvania F32T8/841 Lamps
  • Sylvania QT Ballast
  • Annual Savings 228,000

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Prentiss Properties Burnett Plaza 50 Stories
Downtown Ft. Worth, Texas
  • 18,000 Fixtures
  • Main Fixture Type
  • 2x4x3 18 - Cell Parabolic Lens Fixtures
  • Custom Designed Optical Reflector
  • GE F32T8/SPX41 Lamps
  • Motorola IS Ballast
  • Annual Savings 350,000

30
ING Chevron Texaco Heritage Plaza 53 Story
Building Downtown Houston, Tx,
  • 15,000 Fixtures
  • Main Fixture Type
  • 2x4x3 18 Cell Parabolic Lens Fixtures.
  • Custom Designed Optical Reflector
  • GE F32T8/SPX41/HL Lamps
  • GE LP Ultramax Ballast
  • Annual Savings
  • 285,000
  • Project Completed in 10 weeks!

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Summary of Presentation
  • A Successful Lighting Project is a win win for
    everyone.
  • Energy Savings improves bottom line.
  • Improved Lighting will enhance the facilities
    appearance and increase employee productivity.
  • Lower maintenance cost from reduced materials.
  • Energy rebates from local utility company limited
    time.
  • EPACT 2005 Energy Tax Credit.
  • High Return On Investment Quick Paybacks.
  • Choosing an Experienced Lighting Contractor
    Lowest Risk!

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Questions and AnswersThank You! NTPE
  • Stop the Energy Leaks in Your Building Today!
  • Visit our Website _at_ www.texasenergyproducts.com
  • Austin Brad Boyett 512-452-7917
  • Company Email t.products_at_sbcglobal.net
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