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					SYLVANIA’S Product Review


 Dirk Hinterleiter
 Commercial Engineer
 Sylvania

 Brad Salamone
 Vice President
 Atlantic Energy Concepts
Topics/New
Products

Fluorescent
Lamps/Ballasts

Metal Halide

EPACT 2005
Fluorescents
Lamps
OCTRON® ECOLOGIC®
Lamps
The best T8 products just keep getting better,
  it’s only natural

 Hg dosing reduced to 3.5 mg
 Availability
      Octron 800, 800XP, & 800XPS linear lamps
      Conversion complete March 06
         4’   lamps followed by 2’ and 3’ lamps
      700 Series lamps to follow; target summer 2007
 What are the benefits?
      Reduce environmental impact
      Contributes to sustainable, green building construction
      Simplifies qualification under LEED-EB



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Improved OCTRON® XP® T8
Longer Life T8 Fluorescents

 OCTRON High Efficiency Fluorescent lamps

      The best, industry leading OCTRON technology, quality domestic
       manufacturing, & exclusive QUICK 60+® system warranty

      In May 2006, OCTRON XP lamp performance will be increased. Life
       will increase to 24,000 hours on instant start ballasts.




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Octron
FO30/800/XP/SS/ECO
 30 watt 4ft Energy Saving Lamp
 24,000hrs Lamp Life on Instant Start ballasts. 30,000
  on PRS ballast
 Initial Lumens: 2850
 94% Lumen Maintenance@ 8000hrs
 85CRI
 3000k, 3500k, 4100k
 Not Dimmable
 60degree Min. Start Temperature.
 6.25% energy savings over 32 watt lamp

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Octron
FO28/800/XP/SS/ECO
 28 watt 4ft Energy Saving Lamp
 24,000hrs Lamp Life on Instant Start ballasts. 30,000
  hrs on PRS ballast
 Initial Lumens: 2725
 94% Lumen Maintenance@ 8000hrs
 85 CRI
 3000k, 3500k, 4100k
 Not Dimmable
 60degree Min. Start Temperature
 12.5% energy savings over 32 watt lamps
 $0.80/$1.28 per lamp savings/year (3700/6000hrs@ $0.59kwh rate)
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New Linear OCTRON® Product Strategy
   Series      Watts      Lumens   CRI               Life IS                  Life PRS
                                             3 hours per   12 hours    3 hours per   12 hours per
                                                start      per start      start          start

     700        32         2800    75        15,000        24,000      20,000         28,000
     800        32         2950    82        15,000        24,000      20,000         28,000
   800XP        25         2400    85        24,000        30,000      30,000         36,000
                28         2725    85        24,000        30,000      30,000         36,000
                30         2850    85        24,000        30,000      30,000         36,000
                32         3000    85        24,000        30,000      30,000         36,000
   800XPS
                32         3100    85        24,000        30,000      30,000         36,000
  ‘Super T8’

               25W OCTRON SUPERSAVER®
               May 2006


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OCTRON® FBO31 CURVALUME®

More energy saving solutions with OCTRON
 OCTRON CURVALUME SUPERSAVER® T8 lamps
                  6.5% energy savings over standard
                    FB031 lamps on instant start ballasts
                  IS life 26,000 hours @ 12 hrs/st, 18,000@ 3hrs/st
                  PS life 30,000 hours@ 12 hrs/st, 24,000@ 3hrs/st
                  ECOLOGIC®
                  2750 - 2775 initial lumens, 85 CRI
                  95% lumen maintenance at 8,000 hours
                  Saves $2.00 per year per 3 lamp luminaire*
                  Qualifies for QUICK 60+® warranty
* Operating 4000 hours per year on QHE3X32T8/UNV ISN-SC @ $.10/kWh




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DULUX® L 28W SUPERSAVER®
 Product Description:
     DULUX® L 28W SUPERSAVER® (FT40/DL/28W/SS/IS)
     Direct replacement for the standard 40W DL lamp
 Key Innovations:
     Improved lamp efficacy (100 LPW)
     Improved fixture efficacy at 35°C fixture ambient
     Longer life on instant start ballast (20,000* hrs.)
     High lumen maintenance (~ 88%)
     Energy efficiency
 Main Advantages
     Easy upgrade/retro-fit                                * Life rating based on 12 hrs per start


          No ballast change required
     Quick pay-back
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   DULUX® L 28W SUPERSAVER®

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?8W DULUX® L SUPERSAVER® System Comparison (3-lamp fixture on instant start ballast)
                                                                                                        Relative
                                   Number of            Fixture       Ballast     Fixture     Fixture              Relative   Avg. Rated
Lamp Type                                                                                                Light
                                    Lamps                Watts        Factor    Efficiency*   Lumens                Watts        Life
                                                                                                        Output

FT40DL/28W/SS/IS                         3                 88          0.96          77%       6209      95%        90%        20,000**

FT40DL                                   3                 98          0.96          72%       6532      100%       100%       15,000**
* Typical of 3 lamp 2x2 9-cell parabolic fixture
** When operated on and Instant-Start Ballast at 12 hours per start




      Energy savings = $20/fixture over the life of the lamp
            Est. 100,000 fixtures
                $2.0M in energy savings @ 10¢/KW-hr
                $438K/yr @ 4,380 hrs per year




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Electronic Ballasts
T8 High Efficiency Electronic Ballasts
High Efficiency IS Ballasts
 Instant Start ballast with the same performance as std
  ballasts, but with 6% energy saving
 Universal Voltage (120 through 277)
 Small can size
 Less than 10% THD
 Ballast Wattages (32 Watt Lamps)
      ISN              ISL         ISN(28w)     ISL(28w)
      1L – 28        25          25             22
      2L – 55        48          48             42
      3L – 83/82     73          72             63
      4L – 108/107   95          95             84


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QUICK 60+® System Warranties

  Ballast / Lamp System Warranty
        60 months on ballast from date of installation
        Up to 36 months on OCTRON® T8 lamps
        renewable lamp warranty!
  Choice of the contractor you prefer, Sylvania Lighting Services
   or a labor allowance for ballast replacements
  One Company (OSI) is responsible for
   having the lights on
  Warranty applies to new fixtures or a retrofit




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T-5/T-5HO LAMPS
PENTRON® & PENTRON® HO (T5)
Fluorescent Lamps

                                        Color temperatures: 3000K,
                                         3500K ,4100K & 5000K
           FP54/800/HO
                                        85 CRI
                                        Luminous efficacy to 104 LPW
            FP28/800
                                        Miniature bi-pin bases
                                        New, shorter length for better
             FO32/800                    fit into ceiling grids
                                        Higher temperature tolerance
                                        Starting temperature -20°F
              T12

  “5K Lumen Systems” profile options

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PENTRON® & PENTRON® HO


 PENTRON T5      14W   21W   28W   35W    Maintains 95% light
                                           output over life
 Lumens          1350 2100 2900 3650
                                          25,000 hours life
                                          Operate on
 PENTRON HO T5   24W   39W   54W   80W
                                           QUICKTRONIC®
 Lumens          2000 3500 5000 7500       system PS & PHO
                                           high frequency
                                           electronic ballasts
                                          Light output peaks
          NOW
                                           @ 35C
          available in
          ECO, 28w
          and 54w
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HPS Application Retrofitted with T5/HOs


    400W HPS                    T5/HO




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MH400/U vs. Pentron T5HO System
System Comparison – 4 lamp fixture, 2 ballasts
                                          MH400/U                    FP54/841/HO
                                          Magnetic                   QTP2x54/PHO
Life (hrs)                                     20,000                        25,000

System Watts                                     458                           240

CRI                                               65                            85

Mean System Lumens**                            16920                        16215

Relative Mean Lumens**                          100%                          96%

Annual Energy Cost*                           $152.52                        $79.90

Annual Energy Savings*                               --                      $72.62

* @ $0.09/kWh, 3700 hours per year.
** at 8000 hours using typical 72% fixture efficiency for the MH and 98% for the T5HO system.

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PENTRON® CONSTANT®
 More light output over a wider temperature range
 90% light output from 5°C (40 °F) to 75°C (165°F)
 New amalgam technology reduces warm-up time
 TCLP complaint
 Ideal for use with 90° C rated QUICKTRONIC® T5HO ballast




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PENTRON® T5 HO Fluorescent




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Compact
Fluorescents
DULUX® T/E/IN AMALGAM
Compact Fluorescent Lamps

                                                   Maintains >90% light output from 40-
                                                    140°F
                                                   Universal burning position
                                                   Triple tube design
                                                   12,000 hours Life
                                                   2700K, 3000K, 3500K, 4100K
                                                   82 CRI

18 Watt - 1200 lumens
                                                   Dimmable
26 Watt - 1800 lumens                              EOL in lamp for 18-42 watt lamps
32 Watt - 2400 lumens
42 Watt - 3200 lumens
57 Watt - 4300 lumens
                        TRIPLE-TUBE DESIGN
70 Watt - 5200 lumens


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Metal Halide/ High
Pressure Sodium
Pulse Start Metal Halide

 New Technology?

    NO
    • Starting in 1984 pulse start
    technology introduced with all
    low wattage metal halide lamps

     YES
    • Industry has recently developed
    higher wattage pulse start systems
    and new electronic systems




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        What is METALARC® PULSE START?
        Probe Start
                                  Pulse Start
        (Standard)                                     arc tube with
                                                ~ 75-150 torr fill pressure




                                                        Special design for Pulse
                                                        Start:
                      electrode
                                                            Increase arc tube fill pressure
                                                            Removal of probe:
                                                               Reduced tungsten
probe
                                                               evaporation
                                                               Clearer, more transparent
                                                               arc tube
                                                           Add ignitor to ballast


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Pulse Start – What Does It Do?



 Improved lumen                     After 8000 Hours
  maintenance                        Pulse     Standard
 Reduced color shift
 More light output over life
 Faster re-strike time
 Potentially longer life




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Improved Lumen Maintenance &
Longer Life
                      MS250/PS vs. M250/U Lumen Maintenance
             25,000
             22,500
             20,000
             17,500
    Lumens




             15,000
             12,500
             10,000
              7,500
              5,000
              2,500
                 0
                      0        5000           10000     15000   20000
              M250/U                  Operating Hours
              MS250/PS


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  METALARC® Pulse Start Family
                  All existing low wattage metal halide lamps  150W

MS175/PS/MED/BU-ONLY (Clear & Coated)          MS400/PS/BT28 BU-ONLY & BD-ONLY
MS175/PS/BU-ONLY (Clear & Coated)              MS400/PS/BU-ONLY (Clear & Coated)
MS200/PS/BU-ONLY/ET23.5                        MS750/PS/BU-HOR (Clear & Coated)
MS200/PS/BU-ONLY (Clear & Coated)              MS750/PS/BD-ONLY
MS250/PS/BU-ONLY (Clear & Coated)              M1000/PS/U/BT37
MP250/PS/BU-ONLY (Clear & Coated)
MS320/PS/BU-HOR (Clear & Coated)
MP320/350/PS/BU-ONLY (Clear & Coated)
MP350/400/PS/BU-ONLY (Clear & Coated)


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METALARC® POWERBALL®
      CERAMIC



            TM
  A Tru-Color Solution
Metal Halide Evolution

                      MP Quartz
                            Viable option for non-”color-critical”
                             applications
                      Ceramic Cylindrical
                            Better color stability & higher
                             maintained lumens compared to quartz
                             MH
                            Next step to quartz MH
                      POWERBALL®
                            The next generation of metal halide
                             with patented round ceramic arc tube
                            Up to 95 CRI; best “red” rendering




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POWERBALL® PLUS:
The Future of Ceramic Lighting
 Higher CRI
 More Red
 Additional PAR lenses        Powerball Plus CRI = 95
                                              Life = 12000




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  POWERBALL ® = Energy Savings

 Energy Saving Advantages vs. Halogen
      Efficient light source:
          Up to 94LPW vs. 25LPW

          Requires fewer fixtures

      Long life:
          Up to 12000 hrs. vs. 3000 hrs.

      ECOLOGIC® Types Available
      Qualify for Energy Rebate Programs
                                     Life (hrs)   Lumens CBCP   CCT
                                                                       50%
       75PAR38CAP/SPL/WSP12           2500         1060   12300 2900
                                                                       Energy
                                                                       Savings!
       MCP39PAR20LN/830/SP            9000         2000   22000 2900



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Ceramic Availability :
Cylindrical & Powerball®
 T6 (3K)                         E17 (clear & coated)
      MC39T6/U/G12/830                 MCP50/U/MED/830 PB
      MC70T6/U/G12/830 PB              MCP70/U/MED/830 PB
      MC150T7.5/U/G12/830 PB           MCP100/U/MED/830 PB
                                        MCP150/U/MED/830 PB

 T6 (4K)                         BT28 & BT37 (clear & coated)
      MC70T6/U/G12/940 PB              MCP250/PS/BU-ONLY/940 PB
      MC150T7.5/U/G12/940              MCP320/PS/BU-ONLY/940 PB

 TC                              PAR
      MC39TC/U/G8.5/830                MCP39PAR20/U/830
      MC70TC/U/G8.5/830                MCP39PAR30LN/U/830
                                        MCP70PAR30LN//U830
                                        MCP70PAR30LN//U830 PB PLUS
 DOUBLE-ENDED                          MCP70PAR38/U/830/ECO PB
      MC70T6/DE/830 PB                 MCP100PAR38/U/830/ECO PB
      MC150T7.5/DE/830 PB              MCP150/PAR38/U/830 PB


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Halogen IR
  CAPSYLITE IR
  IR Coated
  Capsule       Infrared Energy
Visible Light                     Multi-layered thin film
                                  InfraRed coating on outer
                                  surface of halogen capsule
                                  Infrared energy is recycled
                                  within the IR capsule
                                  More visible light generated
                                  for each watt consumed

 Thin Film                        Lower energy costs and
  Coating                         less heat generated


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TRU-AIM IR
MR16
  Infrared-coated capsule
  37W  std 50W
  50W  std 65W or 71W
  Same 4000-hr life as non-IR TruAim’s
  UV-Stop capsule - blocks UV-B & UV-C
  SP (10o), NFL (25o), FL (40o)




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CAPSYLITE® IRTM – Product Line
                                                                 PAR38IR
                PAR20IR PAR30IR                 PAR38IR
                                                                 Daylight
              NSP 10º 120V     NSP 9º 120V
        40W
              NFL 30º 120V     NFL 25º 120V
       4000hr
              WFL 40º 120V      FL 40º 120V
                             NSP 9º 120/130V SP 9º 120/130V       SP 9º 120V
        50W
                             NFL 25º 120/130V NFL 25º 120/130V   WSP 12º 120V
       3000hr
                              FL 40º 120/130V                     FL 30º 120V
        53W                                      SP 9º 120V
       6000hr                                    FL 30º 120V
                                               SP 9º 120/130V
        60W                                     WSP 12º 120V
       3000hr                                   NFL 25º 120V
                                               FL 30º 120/130V
        80W                                     SP 10º 120V
       3000hr                                   NFL 25º 120V
                                                SP 10º 120V
        100W
                                                NFL 25º 120V
       3000hr
                                                 FL 40º 120V


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The Energy Policy Act of 2005
The Energy Policy Act of 2005: Tax
Deductions
 2005 EPAct Tax Deduction Provisions
    Whole Deduction
       Commercial Building – new construction or renovation
            Must include building envelope, interior lighting, HVAC and
             hot water systems
            One-time tax deduction of up to $1.80/sq.ft. for buildings that
             beat ASHRAE/IESNA 90.1-2001 by 50% or more
    Partial Deduction
       Commercial Building (which includes offices, institutional, retail,
        and industrial) – new construction or renovation
            Use if not all systems can comply with 50% energy reduction
            One-time tax deduction of up to $0.60/sq.ft. for building
             systems that beat ASHRAE/IESNA 90.1-2001 by some
             percentage
    Deduction cannot exceed cost of the measure (design, labor,
     material)

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 What is ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1?

    Power density caps, in watt per square foot
    Two methods to determine your allowance for interior lighting:
       Building Area Method (AKA the Simple Method)
                Usually more restrictive than the space by space method
           Space by Space Method (AKA the Hard Method)
                Usually more liberal than the Building Area Method, and more complex

Sample Lighting Power Densities              Sample Lighting Power Densities
allowed for building area types:             allowed for space types:
      Office                 1.3 W/sf             Enclosed Office       1.5 W/sf
      Warehouse              1.2 W/sf             Fine Material Storage 1.6 W/sf
      Retail                 1.9 W/sf             General Sales Area    2.1 W/sf
                                                    + Highlight Merchandise 1.6 W/sf
                                                    + Display Fine/Jewelry 3.9 W/sf


    Auto shut-off required for spaces >5000 sf (unless 24 hour operation)
ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1
Energy Standards for Buildings, Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings

     Building Area Method            Lighting Power Densities                 Space-by-Space Method               Lighting Power Densities
                              1989      1999       2001         2004           Common Space Types*         1989       1999      2001         2004
Automotive Facility           0.96       1.50      1.50         0.90   Office - enclosed                   1.80       1.50      1.50         1.10
Convention Center             2.07       1.40      1.40         1.20   Office - open plan                  1.90       1.30      1.30         1.10
Court House                   1.44       1.40      1.40         1.20   Conference/ Meeting/ Multipurpose   1.80       1.50      1.50         1.30
Dining: Bar Lounge/Leisure    1.37       1.50      1.50         1.30
                                                                       Classroom/ Lecture/ Training        2.00       1.60      1.60         1.40
Dining: Cafeteria/Fast Food   1.37       1.80      1.80         1.40
                                                                       Lobby                               1.90       1.80      1.80         1.30
Dining: Family                1.37       1.90      1.90         1.60
Dormitory                     1.15       1.50      1.50         1.00
                                                                       Audience/ Seating Area              1.60       1.60      1.60         0.90
Exercise Center               2.07       1.40      1.40         1.00   Atrium - first three floors         0.70       1.30      1.30         0.60
Gymnasium                     2.07       1.70      1.70         1.10   Atrium - each additional floor      0.20       0.20      0.20         0.20
Healthcare-Clinic             1.44       1.60      1.60         1.00   Lounge/ Recreation                  2.50       1.40      1.40         1.20
Hospital                      1.44       1.60      1.60         1.20   Dining area                         2.50       1.40      1.40         0.90
Hotel                         1.15       1.70      1.70         1.00   Food Preparation                    1.40       2.20      2.20         1.20
Library                       1.29       1.50      1.50         1.30   Restrooms                           0.80       1.00      1.00         0.90
Manufacturing Facility        0.96       2.20      2.20         1.30   Corridor/ Transistion               0.80       0.70      0.70         0.50
Motel                         1.15       2.00      2.00         1.00   Stairs - active                     0.60       0.90      0.90         0.60
Motion Picture Theatre        2.07       1.60      1.60         1.20   Active storage                      1.00       1.10      1.10         0.80
Multi-Family                  1.15       1.00      1.00         0.70   Inactive storage                    0.30       0.30      0.30         0.30
Museum                        2.07       1.60      1.60         1.10
                                                                       Electrical/ Mechanical              1.50       1.30      1.30         1.50
Office                        1.26       1.30      1.30         1.00
                                                                       * Not all space types are listed
Parking Garage                1.03       0.30      0.30         0.30
Penitentiary                  1.44       1.20      1.20         1.00
Performing Arts Theatre       2.07       1.50      1.50         1.60    Values as originally published
Police/Fire Station           1.44       1.30      1.30         1.00
Post Office                   1.44       1.60      1.60         1.10
                                                                        2005 EPAct uses STD 90.1-2001 values as of April 2,
Religious Building            2.07       2.20      2.20         1.30    2003 (as published)
Retail                        2.25       1.90      1.90         1.50
School/University             1.29       1.50      1.50         1.20
                                                                        Other codes may use the more recent STD 90.1-2001
Sports Arena                  2.07       1.50      1.50         1.10    Addendum “g” as published in August 2003
Town Hall                     1.44       1.40      1.40         1.10
Transportation                2.07       1.20      1.20         1.00    Always check for correct table
Warehouse                     1.03       1.20      1.20         0.80
Workshop                      0.96       1.70      1.70         1.40
     EPAct 2005 Partial Tax Deduction
      Interim Rules for Commercial Building Lighting Systems
                            Energy-efficient lighting can be used to achieve up to 1/3 of the tax deduction
                                From $0.30/sq.ft for beating 90.1-2001 by 25%

                                Up to $0.60/sq.ft for beating 90.1-2001 by 40%

                                A “sliding scale” approach is used for savings between 25% and 40%

                                Exception: warehouses can get $0.60 but lighting must beat 90.1-2001 by

                                 50% -- all or nothing



% of LPD reduction
       beyond
                         <25%     25%     26%     27%     28%     29%     30%     31%     32%     33%     34%     35%     36%     37%     38%     39%     40%     >40%
       ASHRAE/IES
       90.1 2001

Amount of Eligible Tax
      Deduction          $0.00    $0.30   $0.32   $0.34   $0.36   $0.38   $0.40   $0.42   $0.44   $0.46   $0.48   $0.50   $0.52   $0.54   $0.56   $0.58   $0.60   $0.60
      /sq.ft.




                                 e.g., Beat by 33%, get $0.46/sf
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EPAct 2005 Partial Tax Deduction
 What other lighting requirements must be met?
       Must meet IESNA recommended minimum design light levels
       Must include all ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1-2001 control requirements (e.g., automatic
        controls in spaces of 5000 sf or more)
       Must have bi-level switching in all occupancies except hotel/motel guest rooms, store rooms,
        restrooms, and public lobbies (bi-level switching not yet clearly defined…)
       Ballasts must assume highest lamp wattage possible for the calculations

 What is the window of opportunity?
       Building must be placed into service between Jan 1, 2006- Dec 31, 2007 to claim the
        deduction

 Who gets the deduction?
       Building owners
       BUT if the owner is a public entity (e.g. schools), the designer of the system can claim the
        tax deduction (details of how this will work will be in the implementation guidelines…)
       Tenants cannot get this deduction directly

 What else?:
       Tax deduction rules are very complex -- recommend that customers use a tax consultant.
       This is a tax deduction provision, not a tax credit – deductions are taken prior to calculating
        the final tax amount owed, credits are applied to the tax amount itself
       Rebates can be applied
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STATE ENERGY CODES




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ASHRAE 90.1-2001 VS. IECC CODE?

 EPACT 2005 requires compliance to ASHRAE
  90.1-2001 code.
     Organizations that reside in the state of Pennsylvania
      must adhere to the IECC code when designing a lighting
      retrofit scenario. If you meet the IECC code you will
      meet or exceed the ASHRAE 90.1-2001.
     Must be able to document wattages before and after
      lighting retrofit.
               ASHRAE 90.1-2001=Tax code

             IECC=Building code


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Knowledge Required….
 Beating 90.1 -2001, while meeting IESNA recommended light levels, will
  require knowledgeable people
 For building retrofits or renovation,
      Survey the building
      Calculate the existing power density
      Project the revised power density
      Predict new lighting levels, ensuring they meet IESNA recommendations
      Meet lighting control requirements
 For new construction,
      Review lighting drawings and space sizes
      Calculate initial, proposed lighting density
      Influence change in lighting specification to beat 90.1, while meeting IESNA
       recommended light levels and control requirements



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How is Compliance Demonstrated?
 Will there be inspections of buildings to
  determine compliance? Who will do them?

     The secretary of the treasury shall prescribe procedures
      for the inspection and testing for compliance of buildings
      that are comparable to the requirements in the Mortgage
      Industry National Accreditation Procedures for Home
      Energy Rating Systems. Individuals qualified to
      determine compliance shall only be those recognized by
      one or more organizations certified by the secretary of
      the treasury for such purposes. These compliance
      inspection requirements are currently under
      development.
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Example Scenarios
Basic Example
 Assumptions:
      20,000 square foot office building
      Proposed lighting system delivers appropriate levels for office tasks
      Proposed lighting system beats ASHRAE/IESNA 90.1-2001 by 40%
      Corporate tax rate of 33%
 Results:
      Owner earns maximum tax deduction of $0.60 per square foot
      $0.60 per square foot X 20,000 square feet X 33% =
       $4000 one-time tax deduction




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Warehouse
Applications
Warehouse Space
 General Layout
      Open high bay warehouse space
      IES recommended target illuminance
       for warehousing and storage: 10-30 fc.
      60’x80’x30’
      70/30/10 reflectances
      Conditioned space (25°C)

 Baseline system:
      400W std. metal halide/mag. ballast
      9 open high bay aluminum reflectors

 Criteria
      1 for 1 retrofit
      Illumimance levels the same

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 Impact of Energy Codes on
 Warehouse Space
 ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1

      Warehouse High Bay                                      Lighting                       % Exceeding
                                                                                  Pass/Fail
         Active storage          General High Bay   System     Power     Maint                90.1 - 2001
                                                                                  ASHRAE
                                     Lighting        Wattage   Density     (fc)                 Sp by Sp
                                                                                    2001
      Space-by-Space Method:                                   (W/ft2)                         (%/Ded.)
         2001 – 1.1 W/sq ft

         2004 – 0.8 W/sq ft    M400/U-CWA Ballast                                               22%
                                                      458       0.86      28.6       F           $0.00
                                Aluminum high bay
      Building Area Method:
         2001 – 1.2 W/sq ft       4-lamp T5HO                                                   60%
         2004 – 0.8 W/sq ft
                                                      236       0.44      17.7      P           $0.60
                                Aluminum high bay

 REMEMBER                         6-lamp T5HO                                       F           39%
                                                      356       0.67      27.1                   $0.00
      Warehouse                Aluminum high bay
         MUST exceed by 50%
                                6-lamp T8/QHE ISH                                                63%
         No “Sliding Scale”                          218       0.41      18.0      P
                                Aluminum high bay                                                $0.60




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Warehouse Space

 Existing Lighting System             Proposed Lighting System

 Metal Halide           267   High-Bay Fluorescent Fixtures         421
 Fluorescent Fixtures   405   High Efficient Fluorescent Fixtures   405
 Fluorescent Fixtures   176   Re-Lamp/Ballast                       176
 Exit Signs              19   LED Exit Signs                         19




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Warehouse Space

     Warehouse Lighting System Summary Sheet


     Existing Energy Costs        $146,284.19
     Proposed Energy Costs         $55,341.48
     Yearly Energy Savings         $90,942.71
     Annual Maintenance Savings     $3,634.62
     System Warranty Savings       $16,115.85

     Break-even point              3.35 years


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Warehouse Space
CASH FLOW ANALYSIS
                            YEAR:        1             2        3         4          5       Total at 10 years
SAVINGS
ENERGY SAVINGS                       $90,943       $93,216   $95,547    $97,935   $100,384    $1,018,866
HVAC SAVINGS                          $2,398        $2,458    $2,520     $2,583    $2,647      $26,870
TOTAL                                $93,341       $95,675   $98,067   $100,518   $103,031    $1,045,736
MAINTENANCE
MATERIAL COSTS EXISTING SYSTEM       $11,929       $12,228   $12,533   $12,847    $13,168      $133,649
LABOR COSTS EXISTING SYSTEM           $7,821        $8,017    $8,217    $8,423     $8,633       $87,623
MATERIAL COSTS PROPOSED SYSTEM       $10,885       $11,157   $11,436   $11,722    $12,015      $121,947
LABOR COSTS PROPOSED SYSTEM           $5,231        $5,362    $5,496    $5,633     $5,774       $58,605
SAVINGS (EXISTING VERSUS PROPOSED)    $3,635        $3,725    $3,819    $3,914     $4,012       $40,720
WARRANTY SAVINGS                     $16,116       $16,519   $16,932    $4,339     $3,335       $57,240

TAX DEDUCTION REALIZED               $37,026                                                    $37,026
TOTAL                                $56,776       $20,244   $20,750    $8,253     $7,347       $97,961
COSTS
FINANCING COSTS                      ($423,287)                                                ($423,287)
MONITORING COST                         $0             $0      $0        $0         $0            $0
TOTAL                                ($423,287)        $0      $0        $0         $0         ($423,287)
CASH FLOW                            ($273,169) $115,919 $118,817 $108,771        $110,378       $757,436
CUMULATIVE CASH FLOW                 ($273,169) ($157,250) ($38,433) $70,338      $180,716
PAYBACK IN YEARS                        1.63       2.80      3.35     4.28          5.38



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             QUESTIONS?

Want to reduce your utility costs? Can you qualify for EPAct
2005 tax deduction? Call Atlantic Energy Concepts for a
lighting assessment, 610-916-5013.




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