PECO Smart Ideas For Your Business June 2013- May 2016 Programs
PECO Smart Ideas for Your Business Greater Philadelphia Association of Energy Engineers Mike OLeary, PECO April 20, 2016 PA Act 129 Phase II PECO Smart Ideas A suite of nine residential and seven business programs offering solutions for energy efficiency Incentives designed to influence customer decisions Motivate customers to chose higher efficiency products, equipment and processes Offset the incremental capital cost of selecting more energy efficient solutions
Phase II ends on May 31, 2016, Phase III begins on June 1, 2016 2 Smart Ideas Program Accomplishments Since June 2009, more than: $500 million saved by customers through PECO Smart Ideas 2.2 million megawatts hours of electricity saved through energy efficiency actions 8,000 incentives earned by non-residential (business) customers 58,000 rebates provided to customers for recycling older, working appliances Environmental Benefits, savings equal to: Reducing vehicle emissions produced by more than 267,000 passenger vehicles Planting more than 2.3 million trees
Eliminating 2.4 billion miles driven PECO named ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year four times 3 Act 129 - Phase II vs Phase III Phase II: Phase III: 3 Year Program cycle 5 Year Program cycle 1,125,550 MWh reduction requirement 1,962,659 MWh reduction requirement
$256 M Total Budget $428 M Total Budget 10% target reductions from GNI sector 3.5% target reductions from GNI sector No Demand Reduction target 161 MW Demand Reduction target 4 Phase II vs Phase III EE Programs Phase II: Phase III:
PECO Smart Equipment Incentives (C&I) PECO Smart Equipment Incentives Small PECO Smart Equipment Incentives (GNI) PECO Smart Equipment Incentives Large PECO Smart Construction Incentives PECO Smart Business Solutions PECO Smart Business Solutions PECO Smart Multifamily Solutions PECO Smart Multifamily Solutions
PECO Smart On-Site PECO Smart On-Site 5 PECO Smart Equipment Incentives - Small Eligibility: PECO Rate GS, TLCL, AL, SL-S, SL-E customers $11.9M incentives for energy efficient retrofits or new construction projects Commercial and Industrial (C&I) Government, Non-profit and Institutions (GNI) Broad range of prescriptive incentives for most energy efficient upgrades Custom incentives available for qualifying upgrades
Messaging and outreach specifically designed to reach this class of customer 6 PECO Smart Equipment Incentives - Large Eligibility: PECO Rate HT, PD, EP customers $26.2M incentives for energy efficient retrofits or new construction projects Commercial and Industrial (C&I) Government, Non-profit and Institutions (GNI) Prescriptive and custom incentives available for HVAC, Drives, Refrigeration, Lighting, Compressed Air, etc. Outreach Team and PECO Account Managers will work
closely with customers, developers and trade allies to identify and cultivate projects 7 PECO Smart Business Solutions Direct installation of energy saving measures Small business customers with peak demand less than 100 kW Target: neighborhood shops, corner grocery stores Available to C&I and GNI customers Incentives cover up to 50-60% or more of direct installation costs Includes eligible lighting, refrigeration and electric hot water measures Program Administrator is offering: Interest free financing Discounts for payment in full
Program promoted directly to small business owners 8 PECO Smart Multifamily Solutions Energy savings for multifamily property owners and tenants Buildings with four or more units Includes master-metered and residentially metered properties C&I and GNI properties are eligible Program marketed directly to building management Free direct install of low-cost measures for multifamily residents Free energy assessment for common areas
including a report of potential energy-saving upgrades Prescriptive incentives for installation of high-efficiency equipment that address common areas or whole building improvements 9 PECO Smart On-Site Incentives for customers installing combined heat and power (CHP) systems Tiered incentive structure distributed at key milestones in the design and construction process Design incentive Capacity incentive (TBD) Performance incentive (TBD) Max total incentive is 50% of project cost up to a maximum (TBD)
Program delivery method under development 10 General Program Rules Projects previously completed are not eligible for incentives Pre-applications are required before funds will be reserved Pre- and post inspections may be required Renewable energy resources are excluded from the programs Projects focused primarily on power factor improvement are not eligible for incentives Incentives cannot exceed 100% of total project cost Lighting baseline changes will be in effect Tools for Business Customers PECO Smart Business E-Audit Designed for small businesses
On-line tool providing a detailed report on energy use Tips for no-cost and low-cost improvements to save energy peco.com/SmartIdeas PECO Smart Energy Usage Data Tool Developed to help benchmark commercial building energy use Once set-up allows customers to export data into Portfolio Manager peco.com/SmartIdeas ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager On-line tool to track and measure energy use Benchmark individual commercial buildings or entire portfolios energystar.gov 12
Resources for Business Customers Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency dsireusa.org U.S. Department of Energy energy.gov Pennsylvania Green Energy Loan Fund For energy efficiency projects throughout PA tTrfund.com EnergyWorks Loan Fund
For energy efficiency projects in SE PA energyworksnow.com 13 ~ QUESTIONS ~ 1-888-5-PECO-SAVE (1-888-573-2672) peco.com/SmartIdeas [email protected]
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