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									Techincal Analysis Study Report




                          Pepco C&I Energy Savings Program

              Technical Analysis Study Report (TASR)

                                       PROJECT: (TITLE)
                                               Version: (x.x)


                                               Submitted By:

                                           (ABC COMPANY)
                                          (Company Address)
                                          (Company Address)


                     (if a consultant or contractor prepared the report )
                                     Report Prepared by:

                          (NAME OF CONSULTANT/CONTRACTOR)
                                      (Address)
                                      (Address)



                                             Month Day, Year




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                                            INSTRUCTIONS

The purpose of this report is to provide program partners and program participants an easy to
use, pre-approved Technical Analysis Study Report template. This template will help you
capture the necessary data needed to expedite the review, evaluation and approval of projects.


Items highlighted in YELLOW represent data that you will need to provide in the report.


Items highlighted in GREEN provide you with instructions and clarifications on information,
descriptions, or data needed to evaluate the project.
          (Please delete this page and all text in Green before submitting the report)




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                                              DISCLAIMER

This report is not intended to serve as an engineering design document, but is intended to provide
estimated energy efficiency savings associated with the proposed Project. The information and
recommendation represented in this report have been reviewed for their technical accuracy and
are believed to be reasonable and correct.

Pepco or Lockheed Martin are not liable if the projected estimated savings or economics are not
actually achieved because of varying operating conditions. All savings and cost estimates are for
informational purposes, and are not to be construed as a design document or as guarantees. The
customer should independently evaluate the information presented in this report, and in no event
will Pepco or Lockheed Martin be held liable if the customer fails to achieve a specified amount
of energy savings, operation of their facilities, or any incidental or consequential damages of any
kind in connection with this report or the installation of the recommended measures.

Information in this report shall be held confidential by Lockheed Martin and/or Pepco, and shall
not be disclosed to any other parties for any reason without expressed permission from the
submitting company. The only exceptions to this non-disclosure are program evaluation
contractors under Pepco who may need access to these and all program related data.




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                                                 Contents

                                                                                          Page

1            SECTION 1: OVERVIEW AND SUMMARY                                        1-1
             1.1     Electricity Usage                                              1-
             1.2     Project Summary                                                1-
             1.3     Electricity Savings Estimate                                   1-
                     1.3.1 Program Baseline                                         1-
             1.4     Project Economics                                              1-

2            SECTION 2: PROJECT DETAILS                                             2-
             2.1     EEM-1: _________________________________                       2-
             2.2     EEM-2: _________________________________                       2-
             Add or subtract EEMs as needed

3            SECTION 3: NEXT STEPS: IMPLEMENTATION                                  4-

             APPENDIX A: PROGRAM INCENTIVES                                         A-1

             APPENDIX B: TECHNICAL ANALYSIS STUDY CONTACTS                          B-1

             APPENDIX C: PROJECT CAPITAL COST ESTIMATES                             C-1

             APPENDIX D: PICTURES OF EXISTING EQUIPMENT                             D-1

             APPENDIX E: SUPPORTING CALCULATIONS AND DATA                           E-1




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                                1. OVERVIEW AND SUMMARY
The benefits and costs of installing Name of Project at ABC Co. are summarized in this report.
THIS IS A VERY BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO THE PROJECT. SHOULD BE SHORT AND TO
THE POINT

This report is prepared through the Pepco C&I Energy Efficiency Program - Custom Incentives.
The Program is designed to assist Pepco’s commercial and industrial sector customers with
energy-efficiency and energy-saving investments by preparing technical analysis studies and
providing capital-improvement financial incentives.


          BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF COMPANY: ADD HERE A BRIEF SUMMARY OF WHAT
           FACILILTY DOES OR MAKES: ABC Co. produces xxxxxxx.

          ANNUAL ELECTRICITY USAGE: XXX.X GWh was purchased from Pepco in
           calendar year 20xx.

          BRIEF SUMMARY OF CURRENT PROJECT: The current project involves installing
           XXXXXXXXX. This will allow ABC Co. to BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF BENEFITS OF
           PROJECT (BOTH ELECTRICITY USE AND PRODUCTIVITY ENHANCEMENT).

With this overview, details of the project and the Program are presented in the remainder of this
report. THE ROADMAP OF THE REPORT GOES HERE, IMPORTANT TO SOLIDIFY FLOW.
TAILOR AS NEEDED.

          Section 1 contains a discussion of ABC Company operations and electricity usage, a
           high-level summary of the Name of Project Project, estimates of project electricity
           savings, and a summary of the project economics.

       

           in Section 2.

          This is followed in Section 3 by a discussion of the method for verifying savings.

          Section 4 presents a description of the next steps.

          The appendices contain a summary of Program incentives, study contacts, project capital
           cost estimates, pictures of existing equipment, and supporting calculations and data.




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1.1      Electricity Usage

Current monthly electricity use by is summarized in Exhibit 1 below.

       PLEASE ENTER THE LAST 12 MONTHS OF BILLING HISTORY IN THE TABLE
       PROVIDED BELOW.


                                             Exhibit 1-1
                                     ABC Company Electricity Usage

                                                    Monthly          Monthly        Production
                     Electricity Usage
                                                     kWh             Peak kW         (Units)*
                 Month 1
                 Month 2
                 Month 3
                 Month 4
                 Month 5
                 Month 6
                 Month 7
                 Month 8
                 Month 9
                 Month 10
                 Month 11
                 Month 12
                 Total                                                  N/A



                 * Production data only for process improvements in
                 manufacturing plants




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1.2     Project Summary

High-level description of project, with benefits. THIS IS A SUMMARY OF THE PROJECT,
INCLUDING INFORMATION ON INSTALLATION PLANS (IMPORTANT, IF NOT KNOWN,
SAY SO).

            High-level description of current process/equipment

            High-level description of planned improvement

            Installation plans, with dates (project start and completion).




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1.3        Electricity Savings Estimate

It is estimated that electricity use will be reduced by XXX MWh, Y% of current Name of End
Use usage. IN THE CASE OF A DETAILED CALCULATION, THE BOTTOM LINE WILL GO
HERE, WITH A BRIEF EXPLANATION OF METHOD BELOW.


          This estimate is based on . . . A summary of the calculations is provided below. (Details
           are provided in Appendix E). INCLUDE APPENDIX E ONLY IF NEEDED.




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1.3.1 Program Baseline

PROVIDE A DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM BASELINE, INCLUDING SOURCE. FOR
EXAMPLE: This is an energy efficiency improvement project. The baseline is current energy
usage levels. Production levels are not expected to change substantially in the near future.




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1.4       Project Economics

Highlights of project economics are summarized in Exhibit 2 below.1 NOTE THAT THE TOTAL
ANNUAL kWh SAVINGS NEED TO BE ALLOCATED ACROSS FOUR TIME PERIODS.

                                  Exhibit 2                                      USE A COLUMN FOR EACH
             ABC Company PROJECT NAME Project                                   EEM WHEN THERE IS MORE
                           Project Economics                                      THAN ONE IN A PROJECT
                        Category                                Totals         EEM-1          EEM-2     EEM-3
 Annual Electricity and Demand Savings
       Total Annual Electricity Savings [kWh]
          June – Sept./Weekdays* 7am to 11pm
          June – Sept./All other times
          Oct. – May/Weekdays* 7am to 11pm
          Oct. – May/All other times
       Demand Savings [kW]
       Average Electricity Rate [$/kWh]
 Annual Electricity Cost Savings                                         $0              $0       $0          $0
                                                      1
 Gross Project Cost applicable to Electricity                            $0              $0       $0          $0
 Incentive [$]                                                           $0              $0       $0          $0
 Net project Cost [$]                                                                    $0       $0          $0
 Simple Payback [Years]
       Without Incentive
       With Incentive

EEM = Energy Efficiency Measure
* Weekdays excluding holidays

As noted in the footnote, a breakdown of the Gross Total Project Cost should be provided in
Appendix C. If the project saves both electricity and fuel, only the cost that is applicable to
electricity savings should be shown in Exhibit 2. Explain and show in Appendix C how the cost
allocation was developed.




1 Details for the capital cost estimate are provided in Appendix C.


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                                    2.       PROJECT DETAILS
WHERE THE PROJECT IS COMPRISED OF MORE THAN ONE EEM, THERE WILL BE
SEPARATE SECTIONS (2.1, 2.2 . . .); ONE FOR EACH EEM. IF THE PROJECT CONSISTS
OF A SINGLE EEM, DETAILS WILL BE PLACED IN SECTION 2, WITH NO SUBSECTIONS.

Details of the Project name Project for ABC Company are presented in this section. Each section
contains a description of the existing conditions, the recommended opportunity, and the energy
savings/productivity enhancement calculations.

IF ONLY ONE OPPORTUNITY, OMIT “2.1”:

2.1     EEM-1: _____________________

2.1.1 Description of Existing System/Equipment and Operating Schedule

Currently, . . . Provide detailed description of existing system and equipment(ratings, age,
condition) will be presented here (including tables, as available)

2.1.2 Description of Proposed Upgrade

Replacing . . . . Provide a detailed description of planned equipment here (including tables, as
available)

2.1.3 Method for Estimating Project Benefits

DESCRIBE HOW BENEFITS (ENERGY SAVINGS/PRODUCTIVITY ENHANCEMENTS) WERE
ESTIMATED: METHOD; MONITORING, IF ANY; REFERENCES; CALCULATIONS
(INCLUDING REFERENCE TO APPROPRIATE APPENDICES AND ATTACHMENTS)

Estimates of project electricity savings were made by . . . Add description here




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2.2     EEM-2: _________________

2.2.1 Description of Existing System/Equipment and Operating Schedule

Currently, . . . Provide detailed description of existing system and equipment(ratings, age,
condition) will be presented here (including tables, as available)

2.2.2 Description of Proposed Upgrade

Replacing . . . . Provide a detailed description of planned equipment here (including tables, as
available)

2.2.3 Method for Estimating Project Benefits

DESCRIBE HOW BENEFITS (ENERGY SAVINGS/PRODUCTIVITY ENHANCEMENTS) WERE
ESTIMATED: METHOD; MONITORING, IF ANY; REFERENCES; CALCULATIONS
(INCLUDING REFERENCE TO APPROPRIATE APPENDICES AND ATTACHMENTS)

Estimates of project electricity savings were made by . . . Add description here

The increase in output generated by the project was estimated by . . . Add description here




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3.         NEXT STEPS: IMPLEMENTATION
Upon receipt of pre-installation Approval of this project and an Incentive Offer from the
Program Office, the next steps in the process are:

          The customer shall select a contractor/vendor if it has not already done so.

          The customer shall, if costs of the project change based on selection of a contractor
           /vendor, notify the Program Office of that change.

          The Program Office will then issue a revised pre-approval.

          The customer shall complete the installation of the project.

          When the project is complete, the customer will notify the program office and will
           provide detailed information on variations between this study report and the actual
           installation and planned operation of EEM equipment.

          Upon satisfactory completion of a post-installation inspection (if required), and receipt
           and review of all final project documentation, we will prepare the incentive check and
           forward it to the customer or their designated payee.




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                        APPENDIX A: PROGRAM INCENTIVES
Incentives are calculated based on the difference between the baseline (pre-project) electricity
usage and enhanced (post-project) electricity usage.
 Productivity enhancements qualify for incentives when they reduce electricity use per unit of
    production.
 In many “support” applications (HVAC and lighting systems) output will not change, so the
    incentive is based on the amount of electricity saved.

The program will pay incentives based on the annual energy savings resulting for the project,
after the project has been completed and installation has been inspected and verified to result in
the savings estimated in this report, or on an adjusted savings based on the actual project
installed, if it varies from the project planned and described in this report. The rate used (in cents
per annual kWh saved) shall be determined by the Pepco program office.

Incentives will usually be restricted so that the project simple payback after incentives is no less
than 1.5 years. (Projects which payback in less than 1.5 years will not be given incentives.)

Projects that result in annual energy savings of less than 50,000 kWh are discouraged. (The cost
of applying for and approving and processing such small projects is not justified.)

Incentive will be limited to $250,000 per Pepco electric account (including all incentive
applications in a program year. And no customer (via multiple accounts) shall be eligible for
more than $500,000 in program incentives in a single program year.

Incentives for any project shall not exceed 50% of the total installed project cost.




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         APPENDIX B: TECHNICAL ANALYSIS STUDY CONTACTS

                                           Exhibit B-1
                                Project Feasibility Study Contacts
 Name                 Role            Organization       Contact Information
                                                          Office Phone:
 John Energy
                      President       ABC Company        Cell Phone:
 Saver
                                                         Email:
                                                         Office Phone:
                      Project
 Joe Trade Ally                       Trade Ally A       Cell Phone:
                      Engineer
                                                         Email:




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            APPENDIX C: PROJECT CAPITAL COST ESTIMATES
The estimated capital cost of the project is presented in Exhibit C-1.

                                              Exhibit C-1
                                     ABC Company Name of Project
                                         Capital Cost Estimate
                                                                                Total Capital
                              Item                        Cost          %
                                                                                    Cost
                  Grand Total
                  EEM #1 Sub Total:
                  Hardware
                  Freight
                  Sales Tax
                  Labor
                  Contingency
                  EEM #2 Sub Total:
                  Hardware
                  Freight
                  Sales Tax
                  Labor
                  Contingency
                  EEM #3 Sub Total:
                  Hardware

                  Add rows as needed to include all EEMs
                  List Sources Whenever Possible


If the project saves both electricity and fuel, only the cost that is applicable to electricity savings
should be shown in Exhibit 2. Explain and show HERE how the cost allocation was developed.




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             APPENDIX D: PICTURES OF EXISTING EQUIPMENT
Pictures of the existing equipment are presented here as input to the Pre-Installation Inspection.
Provide if available




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         APPENDIX E: SUPPORTING CALCULATIONS AND DATA
TO AVOID MAKING THE STUDY TOO LONG, PUT THE IMPORTANT INFORMATION
HERE, DETAILED DATA IN AN ELECTRONIC ATTACHMENT.




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