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  • Saving Bromley Schools Money through Energy Efficiency

    5 December 201316.30-18.00hrs

    LB BromleyRE:FIT Schools ProgrammeSalix Schools Programme

  • Welcome

    JANE BAILEY

    Assistant Director, EducationJane.Bailey@bromley.gov.uk

    020 8313 4146

  • Welcome to this BSSF twilight event

    We are all facing increasing cost pressures

    Schools need to be spending their budgets on educational outcomes

    but increasing amounts are being unnecessarily wasted on energy bills

    Tonights all about helping you to reduce your energy consumption and costs

    Welcome

  • Schools account for about half of LBBs carbon footprint, so naturally we want to help you save energy

    All schools are different but you can all take action to reduce energy consumption

    Officers have produced a circular (067/13) and tonight is about bringing that circular to life

    Weve reviewed the various procurement and finance options and identified two particularly useful schemes

    I am particularly pleased to welcome RE:FIT and Salix to our meeting, and youll be hearing from them later

    Welcome

  • Whats the Problem?

    ALASTAIR BAILLIE

    Environmental Development ManagerAlastair.Baillie@bromley.gov.uk

    020 8313 4195

  • Whats the problem?

    Whats the solution?

    Procurement Options

    RE:FIT Schools Energy Efficiency Programme

    Finance Options

    Salix Finance

    Q & A Session

    Tonights Agenda

  • Legacy issues (neglected heating, lighting, buildings)

    Energy prices are increasing faster than inflation

    More electrical equipment (e.g. for ICT) being used

    School rolls increasing

    Extended hours

    Limited capital and expertise for energy efficiency initiatives

    and its going to get worse!

    But we have a plan

    Whats the Problem?

  • Whats the Solution?

    LEE GULLICK

    Carbon Management OfficerLee.Gullick@bromley.gov.uk

    020 8416 7623

  • Heating & cooling

    Building fabric

    Lighting

    Voltage supply

    Catering equipment

    Electrical equipment (e.g. IT)

    Energy management

    Energy Savings Opportunities

  • Case Study 1: Lighting Upgrade

  • Lighting up The London Oratory School

    The ChallengeLarge 1970s built school

    Energy intensive old lighting system

    Lighting alone costing 24k per year

    Electricity demand outweighing supply possible new sub-station required

    Lights on in unoccupied spaces

    Lights used even when good levels of daylight available

    Looking for ways to reduce energy consumption

  • Lighting up The London Oratory School

    The solutionLighting system upgraded with LEDs

    Movement sensors installed

    Daylight sensors installed

  • Lighting up The London Oratory School

    Key BenefitsEnergy savings: 77%

    New annual electricity costs (lights): 5,467 (from 24k)

    Payback period: 3.2 years

    Intelligent controls to maximise energy savings; lights on as and when needed, supplements natural daylight

    High quality light uniformity and colour; no flicker

    Enhanced educational environment

    Carbon savings: ~80 tCO2Maintenance free for 8-10 years

    Typical 5 year warranty

  • What does one tonne of carbon dioxide looks like?

  • Case Study 2: Lighting Upgrade

  • The ChallengeSport hall requires an average 300 lux light level (CIBSE lighting guidelines)

    16 energy intensive (400W) SON lamps were being used

    Hall used for after school activities and a training centre for the County Cricket Club

    Lighting up Marston Vale Middle Schools Sports Hall

  • The SolutionLighting system upgraded with LED High Bay lights

    Cost: ~7,000

    Key BenefitsOver 5,000 saved on electricity p.a.

    Payback: 1.4 years

    5 year warranty

    Carbon reduction: 30 tonnes p.a.

    Lighting levels improved

    Lighting up Marston Vale Middle Schools Sports Hall

  • Case Study 3: Voltage Optimisation

  • Reducing electricity consumption at Treorchy Comprehensive school

    The ChallengeLarge comprehensive school

    Looking to reduce energy costs and reduce carbon emissions

    In the UK, electricity is supplied at a higher voltage than required, resulting in:

    Surplus energy consumed Higher electricity costs Places strain on equipment

  • Reducing electricity consumption at Treorchy Comprehensive school

    Your schoolcould bepaying forthis level of voltage!

  • The SolutionA PowerPerfector Voltage Optimisation unit installed

    Voltage stabilised at 220v

    Key BenefitsEnergy savings: 16.1%

    Financial savings: 12,000

    Carbon reduction: 51 tonnes

    Prolongs the life and reliability of all equipment

    Guaranteed savings/return on investment

    Payback period: average 3-5 years

    Reducing electricity consumption at Treorchy Comprehensive school

  • Case Study 4: Draught proofing

  • The ChallengeStaff and pupils experienced draughty windows

    Double glazing was not economically viable at the time

    19,903 annual gas bill

    Quattro Seal Draught ProofingCastle Hill Primary, Croydon

  • The solutionQuattro Seal permanent draught proofing

    Cost: 8,468

    Key Benefits3,021 (15%) saved on gas bill each year

    Payback: 2.8 years

    Carbon reduction: 22 tonnes p.a.

    Warmer learning environment

    Quattro Seal can be used for listed buildings as it is a fully reversible system and is applied internally

    All the benefits of double glazing but at a fraction of the cost

    Quattro Seal Draught ProofingCastle Hill Primary, Croydon

  • Procurement Options

    LEE GULLICK

    Carbon Management OfficerLee.Gullick@bromley.gov.uk

    020 8416 7623

  • Your Procurement Options

    Self-manage (contract directly with supplier)

    EnergyPerformanceContracting

    IndependentEnergyServices

    ?

    RE:FIT Schools Energy Efficiency

    Programme

  • Minimise costs; no middleman

    Energy saving opportunities identified by school

    Indicative savings v Guaranteed savings

    Limited in-house expertise; missed opportunities

    Burden on resources and time

    Self-manage

  • Specialist energy solutions provider (e.g. Mears)

    Complete energy performance solution

    Guaranteed savings negotiable

    Associated service cost ~ 10% (+)

    Independent Energy Service Company

  • Utilises an Energy Service Company (ESCo)

    Complete energy performance solution

    Transfer risk of performance to the ESCo

    Associated cost ~ 10% (+)

    Energy Performance Contracting

  • RE:FIT Schools Energy Efficiency Programme

    ROBERT MCKINNON

    Marketing & Engagement Team Lead RE:FIT

    Robert.Mckinnon@turntown.co.uk0207 759 8515

  • Londonsbuildingretrofitprogramme

    RE:FIT energyefficiencyinvestmentinBromleysschools5December2013

    "Putting our energy into reducing yours"

  • The Mayors CommitmentLondonMayorsClimateChangeTarget

    Today 2020 2025 2050

    Reductioningreenhousegasemissionsby60%below1990levelsby2025

    UKClimateChangeAct(2008)

    Reductioningreenhousegasemissionsby80%below1990levelsby2050

    European202020Target

    Reductioningreenhousegasemissionsby20% below1990levelsby2020

    20% increaseinrenewables 20% cutinenergyconsumption

    TheMayorscommitment

  • 42%ofLondonsCO2 emissionsarefromworkplaces

    CO2emissionsfromLondon,2008(excludingaviation)100%=44.7milliontonnesCO2

    Commercial&PublicSectorCO2 emissionsfromLondon,2008100%=19.2milliontonnesCO2

    Workplaces42%

    Homes36%

    Transport22%

    Heating46%

    Lighting19%

    Catering11%

    IT3%

    Cooling5%

    Hotwater9%

    Other7%

    Publicsectorcompriseshealth(23%),education(47%)andoffices(30%)

  • RE:FITframeworkprocurement

    OJEUcompliantframeworkestablished

    Benefitsforpublicsectorclients:

    Providesreadyforuse,prenegotiated,EUcompliantcontracts

    Nosharingofenergycostsavings

    Opportunitytomakesignificantenergyandcarbonsavings

    Energysavingsareguaranteed

    Lowpaybackperiodssuitableforschools

    Usesexperiencetodevelopbestpracticetemplates/standards

  • RE:FITallowspublicbodiestomakesubstantialcostsavings,reduceenergybillsandthecarbonfootprintoftheirbuildings

    TheRE:FITBuildingEnergyEfficiencyProgramme

    Thenrunacompetitiveminicompetition toselectanEnergyServiceCompany(ESCO)tocarryouttheworksandguaranteetheresultingenergysavings

    Thisguaranteesthepaybackoftheinvestmentwith thedeliveryrisktransferredtotheESCo

    EnergyPerformanceContractingapproach:Thepublicsectorbuildingowneridentifiesaportfolioofbuildingstoretrofit,setsatargetpercentageenergysavingsandapaybackperiod

    Insulation

    Enhancedbuildingmanagementsystem

    Improvedcoolingequipment

    LowcarbonheatingNewlightingsystem

    Pipelagginganddraftproofingmeasures

    Voltageoptimisation

    Renewableenergygeneration

    Efficientpumps/drives

  • AdditionalbenefitsofRE:FITProgramme

    RE:FITSchoolsprovidesguaranteedenergy/watersavingsandotherpotentialbenefits:

    ReductioninmaintenancebacklogandcostsNewequipment(failingsystemscanbeprioritised)ImprovedsystemsprovidebetterbuildingknowledgeandearlyissueawarenessImprovedandsaferenvironmentforpupilsandstaff

  • Lighting&controls VariableSpeedDrivesonpumps&fans PCcontrol BuildingManagementSystemcontrols Insulationtopipework Voltageoptimisation Draughtproofing Radiatorreflectorpanels Cavitywallinsulation Loftinsulat

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