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Ken Carter 2962015 Intro Involved with energy reduction and management for 20 years in S teel I ndustryConsultancyRetail Contracting Seen millions of pounds invested CHP HVAC ID: 635687

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Slide1

Delivering Successful LED and Energy projects

Ken Carter29/6/2015Slide2

Intro

Involved with energy reduction and management for 20 years: in Steel I

ndustry/Consultancy/Retail /Contracting.Seen millions of pounds invested: CHP, HVAC, Lighting, Voltage, Refrigeration etc.

Projects succeed or fail unless all three ‘ Core Principles’ are adhered to…..Slide3

Three Core Principles

GET

THESE

RIGHTSlide4

Characteristics of Bad Projects

Poor

planning: Financials guessed at or made up

No

measurement: Pre

, during or post

Not enough sense checking of basic numbers

Too late to

stop: Money

spent , ROI unknown

Poor

contractuals

Contractors:

choice is importantSlide5

Contractor types

Energy contractors

‘Non-energy’ contractors

Team players

Elusive during project – project plan sketchy

Looking

for continuation projects (based on success)

Move from site to site quickly

See projects through to handover

Task driven not energy driven

Increase

scopes/fact

find

Seldom commission for savings

Minimal

impact during works

No scope widening or common sense

Return visits as requiredPoor housekeepingProject team involved with energy reviewsFew links to energy savingsSlide6

Contractor TypesSlide7

Lighting - LEDs

Choose fittings based on the following Warranty: Hidden terms (5yr

– only mech, %age failure per fitting)Driver/led combinations:

Philips

T

ridonic highest efficiency. Lm/W – currently

up to

120-130

delivered.

Supplier should be delivering a lighting solution not pushing fittings onto you.Slide8

Further Considerations

Lamp angles: Often offer single product per application.

Existing lux/fittings: =Start again to save the most energyWhere possible over populate &

under run

LED’s

Integral emergencies lights & control.End of year efficiency will level off

(

2

% per ¼ at

moment)

Be aware of extra costs associated with EM

lighting

compliance (can go from under to over lux), breaker upgrades and other control integration.

Essential and non-essential split – sub

ccts and kit hanging off lightingSlide9

Wrong Choice !?Slide10

LED Control - OverlookedSlide11

Building Management Systems

Large BMS upgrade project costing millionsIncreases in energy throughoutProject

management - Not run by energy departmentNot technology issue – high specification equipment Contractor - previously not energy related.Task

driven roll out

WHY?Slide12

MeasurementQuite a science. But start simple.

Basic assessments and sense checkRelationship to weather, production, occupancy.Use of sub meters/temp meters/current

clampsSample sites a good toolWork out risks early on: fixed

savings vs.

variable savings

Step in and stop projects that are not deliveringOther issues causing increases in energy Slide13

SimpleSlide14

More ComplexSlide15

Management - Starting project

Assess project Contractor assessmentDesign projectH2 measureWho is ultimately responsibly for

energy? Prioritise best sites for part year effect.Links to FM - what can energy deliver for FM

O&MSlide16

Management financialskWH

cost – simple values may hide true savings. Payments linked to performance/retentions.Additional costs. Capture early on.

Additional benefits also.Assess project value – worse case/median estimate/samples based on fixed/variable project type.Revisions.Slide17

Sign offs and handovers

Expect good documentation for FM

O&M

Drawings

Warranty info

Protects installer and informs maintainer

Ensure FM available for handoverSlide18

Thanks for Listening

Ken Carter CEng

EcoInstruments LtdUnstone HallMain Rd

Unstone

S18 4AQ

01246 418913