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Energy Storage for Federal Installations

Track 10: Innovation

Session 6

John Schaaf

Johnson Controls

August 12, 2015

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Energy Storage for Federal Installations

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AgendaCompany BackgroundEnergy StorageApplicationsPuerto Rico Army National Guard

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Delivering technologies and services that increase efficiency and lower operational and energy costs in buildings.

Creating

workplaces that help people and

businesses

thrive.

The leading supplier of automotive starter batteries and advanced batteries for Start-Stop and hybrid systems.

A global leader in automotive seating and interiors including door

and instrument panels, floor and overhead consoles and overhead systems.

Automotive Experience

Global

WorkPlace

Solutions

Power Solutions

Building Efficiency

Johnson Controls Overview

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Power Solutions portfolio

Standard Starting Lighting &

Ignition Batteries

Major OEMs include BMW, Bosch, Daimler, Ford, General Motors, Hyundai, Kia, Toyota, Volkswagen and SAIC

Major aftermarket retailers include Advance Auto Parts, AutoZone, Interstate, Sears and Walmart

AGM Technology

Largest provider of advanced lead-acid batteries for Start-Stop vehicles

Supplying more than

4.5 million Start-Stop batteries annually in Europe

Sold more than 18 million AGM batteries

Micro Hybrid Technology

A high power, compact,

48V Li-Ion technology

that enables a very cost effective, low voltage hybrid solution for mass market adoption

15-20% fuel savings

Dual voltage architecture

Stationary Storage

and Electric Vehicle Technology

First to market mass production Li-ion battery in an automotive application

Production and fleet contracts include Mercedes Benz, XL Hybrids commercial vehicles,

Odyne

PHEV heavy duty vehicles and others

Pack assembly began in

fall 2010. Cylindrical cell production started in 2011. Prismatic cell production is set for 2015

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Energy Storage and the Grid

The grid is inefficient and is being used differently

Generation

Transmission

Distribution

Consumption

Behind the Meter

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Stationary Energy Storage System Description

Batteries

AC/DC Inverter

Building or

Grid

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The basic components of an energy storage system

Common

Battery

Module

Purpose-built modular building and

HVAC

Battery

Management

System

System Controller

VL41M

Li-ion Cells

Johnson Controls content

Common Rack

System (standard rack)

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Security and Safety

Modular systems installations should be

protected by a comprehensive range of physical security, fire detection, alarm and suppression including

:

Access Control and Intrusion Detection

Perimeter Fencing and Alarming, if needed

IP Video Surveillance

Remote

Monitoring

Fire detection

and

a

larm

Fire

Suppression

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Storage has the opportunity to create value

Provides load management that can move demand from the peak to off-peak hours of the day to take advantage of peak-to-non-peak price

arbitrage

Defers capital expenditure for more power distribution or generation infrastructure caused by increased demand or various supply-demand load constraints along the grid

Replaces conventional load following generators in providing power output to match demand fluctuations

Corrects minute-to-minute fluctuations between load and output to maintain grid performance control standards

Provides immediate energy that is online and waiting to dispatched, if needed

Provides non-immediate energy that can be offline and available for production in under 10 minutes

Description

Load Shifting

Peak load shifting

Supplemental reserve

Spinning reserve

Load following

Frequency regulation

Voltage regulation

Congestion relief and T&D

infrastructure upgrade

Firming of renewable resource capacity

Renewable energy time shift

Backup power

Grid stability

Capital deferral

Renewable asset optimization

Injects and absorbs of power to maintain required transmission system voltages

Provides capacity reserves to alleviate resource intermittency

Provides capacity to shift renewable resource output from off-peak production periods to on-peak demand periods

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Additional Considerations for Storage

How do you get highest performance and lowest lifecycle cost?

Experience

E

xperience

with

building profiles and utility cost data

Efficient Program Management

Experienced in performance contracting and leasing structures

Market Interface

B

usiness

and technology interface to utility markets through

Demand Response programs

Manufacturing

Validate system performance, not just component performance

Understand the source and ownership

structure

of all major components

Service

Warranty

Global service infrastructure

Number of

trucks in servicePredictive diagnostics and remote monitoring

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Puerto Rico Army National Guard - ESPC

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Fort AllenCamp Santiago

US Army Corps of Engineers

Huntsville Center

Installation

Contracting Agency

Johnson Controls, Inc.

Building Efficiency

Energy Services Company

Scope of Work

Lighting Upgrades

HVAC Upgrades

Building Envelope Upgrades

Solar Thermal Installation

Water Treatment Repairs

Water Treatment Automation

Solar PV

Installation

Energy Storage System

1MW / 510kWh System

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Recent Installations

Manufacturing facility

1MW / 510kWh

System

Design

System

Assembled

City

Approval

Performance

Tested

Installed

Operating

Sept 2015

Military training facility

1MW / 510kWh

System

Design

System

Assembled

System

Shipped

Installed

System

Commissioned Operating Aug 2015

Commercial Space125kW / 86kWhSystem DesignSystem AssembledSystem TestedInstalledPJM TestedOperating June 2015

Office Building

35kW / 40kWh

System

Design

System

Assembled

Functionally

Tested

Installed

in BTC

Commissioned

System

Tested

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www.johnsonc

ontrols.com

john.d.schaaf@jci.com