4 Ds and our PerspectiveDan Beckley Department of Energy, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Office of Weatherization and Intergovernmental ProgramsDavid Terry National Association of State Energy OfficialsDonald GilliganNational Association of Energy Services CompaniesDale HahsEnergy Services Coalition
Who We AreThe Energy Services Coalition is a network of public and private energy experts working together at the state and local level for the purpose of maximizing the benefits afforded by Guaranteed Energy Savings Performance Contracting.
What Weve Been DoingProviding Technical Assistance
Like What?Creation and distribution of best practices including Legislative models, Contracts, guides, requests for proposals, Support requirementsOutreach vehiclesSuccess tracking
. . . Anything Else?Regional trainingPeer to Peer exchangesWebinarsHoning Measurement and Verification ProtocolsPresentationsEvents
Program in a Box
Trends and ObservationsBiggest Bang for the BuckProcurement or ProjectCreative FinancingLeverage, Leverage, LeverageCoordination and ExpertiseStone Soup
Trends and ObservationsInclude local staff in oversightMake programs self sustainingRigorous measurement and verificationFacility dynamics and their impactCapturing energy consumption data Renewable technologies in performance contractsEfficiency as a source of supply
How to Ensure SuccessFocus on Your Primary MissionCreate a PartnershipUnderstanding YOUR projectMeasurement and VerificationRules of ThumbReferencesTechnical AssistanceAssumptions and Documentation
Local SuccessState of TennesseeUT Martin (1993) MTSU (2001)TSU (2001)Board of Regents (statewide) (2002)Andrew Jackson Bldg. (2002)FRF State-wide (2003)Executive Branch State-wide (2003)Tennessee State Parks (2006/07)York Institute (2007)School of the Deaf (2007)School of the Blind (2007)Tennessee State Parks (2008)
Colleges / UniversitiesMeHarry Medical CollegeFISK UniversityFreed-Hardeman UniversityLemoyne-Owen CollegeDominican Campus / Aquinas CollegeTennessee Board of Regents
County & Local GovernmentJackson Housing AuthorityMetro Development Housing AuthorityMetro Nashville Govt. (1998)Shelby Co. Government (2002) Federal AgenciesAEDC U.S. Air Force32 U.S. Post OfficesFort CampbellOakridge ORNL (2008)
Local SuccessK-12 SchoolsLawrence Co. SchoolsHumphreys Co. SchoolsDickson Co. Schools (1993) Bradley Co. Schools (1985/90)Cocke Co. SchoolsRhea Co. Schools (1994)Marion Co. SchoolsHawkins Co. SchoolsUnicoi Co. SchoolsAlcoa City SchoolsLauderdale Co. Schools (1998)Henry Co. SchoolsW. Carroll Spec. School Dist. (1996)McKenzie Spec. School Dist. (1996)Manchester City Schools (1995)Hamblen Co. Schools (1997)Henderson Co. Schools (1995)Memphis City Schools (1995)
Harriman City Schools (1998)Elizabethton City SchoolsWilliamson Co. Schools (1999)Sullivan Co. Schools (2001)Montgomery Co. Schools 1 (2001)Montgomery Co. Schools 2 (2002)Greenville City Schools (2002)Green County Schools (2002)Metro Davidson Co. Schools (2003)Athens City Schools (2003)Sevier County Schools (2004)Metro Davidson Co. Schools (2005)Loudon County Schools (2006)Blount County Schools (2006)Sumner County Schools (2007)Knox County Schools (2007)Morgan County Schools (2007)Scott County Schools (2008)
Race to the Tophttp://www.energyservicescoalition.org
Anticipated BenefitsInfrastructure ModernizedEnvironmental StewardshipNational SecurityEconomic Development
This is the new way of doing business that leverages funds and gets real work done, drives the local economy and you get a guarantee of performance to boot.
OpportunityMerriam-Webster illustrates the definition as a favorable juncture of circumstances
We have all contributed to the creation of these opportunities; if you dont find a way to benefit you and your organization, someone else will be leveraging your contribution for their success.
A Timely Purpose Lets get people hired and checks in their pockets allowing them to begin to spend again. Only when those dollars are spent and the associated taxes collected do we effectively re-fuel the economic model that supports our civic essential services. If we can do that while saving energy and our environment, weve accomplished our part of economic recovery.
Dale L. HahsMarket Transformationdhahs@energyservicescoalition.org913-488-7208