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									Improving Industrial Energy Efficiency

              Presentation
                    to
       Atlantic Taskforce meeting
             Enfield, Ontario
             January , 2008
           ecoEnergy for Industry

Canadian Industry Program for Energy
Conservation (CIPEC)
• Since 1975, an Industry-government partnership that
  promotes voluntary actions to reduce industrial energy
  intensity.
• Encourage adoption of energy efficiency as a tool to:
   – cut costs
   – improve productivity
   – reduce GHG emissions

CIPEC Leaders
• Turn Sector commitments into company actions
• More than 1,000 companies
• Membership has its privileges
           Why Energy Efficiency?

Energy Operating Costs Are Up (1st Qtr 2002 – 4th Qtr 2006)

       AVERAGE
 MANUFACTURERS' SELLING       4.4
         PRICE



    INTERMEDIATE GOODS                   11.7




          LABOUR COSTS                          15.7




   TOTAL RAW MATERIALS                                                 38.5




                ENERGY                                                                         65.4



                          0         10             20        30        40         50      60      70
                                                PERCENT CHANGE 1QTR 2002 - 4TH QTR 2006


          Source: Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters, 2007
The Approach



        Raise Awareness



            Action!
Build                     Identify
Knowledge             Opportunities
         A complete package

                  • Heads Up CIPEC
Raise Awareness   • D2$: Spot the energy savings


                  • D2$: EE Financing
Build knowledge   • Technical guides, tools and support
                  • Networking opportunities


                  • D2$: Energy Master Plan, M&T
                  • ecoENERGY retrofit incentive
Take Action       • Directory of program & services
                  • Plant and equip. assessment incentive
                  • Tax breaks: Class 43, 43.1, 43.2

                  • Improved energy management practices
Reap Rewards      • Lower operational costs
                  • Reduced greenhouse-gas emissions
         Create Awareness

• Ongoing contact through
  bi-weekly newsletter –
  “Heads Up CIPEC”
    > 12,000 readers
•   Employee Awareness Kit
•   Case Studies
•   Sector Task Forces
•   Conferences and Awards
          Build Knowledge

  • NRCan Dollars to $ense
    workshops
     – “Energy Master Plan”
     – “Spot the Energy Savings
       Opportunities”
     – “Energy Monitoring and
       Tracking”                     "After we started using CUSUM, the
     – “Energy Efficiency            savings were almost instantaneous. A
       Financing”                    week or two after we started, we were
                                     saving approximately $9,600 per day
                                     in natural gas," says John Velden,
                                     Energy Manager at Syncrude's
Discounts and Customized Workshops
                                     Mildred Lake, facility.
for CIPEC Leaders!
         Identify Opportunities

• Technical Best
  Practice Guides
• Energy Monitoring
  Guides
• Benchmarking
• Interactive Motor
  Guide


A Mini-mill reduced energy in their reheat furnace by 25%
A fertilizer company identified waste heat recovery to save 200,000
GJ of energy
                Downloadable software
                   tools now available
NRCan downloadable software

• Boiler Efficiency Calculator that
  evaluates boiler performance

• CanMOST software program that
  analyses and compares the
  efficiency of three-phase electric
  motors; over 43,000 motors in the
  database

• RETSCREEN assesses the
  financial viability and risk for various
  types of energy efficient and
  renewable energy technologies
  (RETScreen).
                      ecoENERGY
                      Retrofit Incentive
Objective
• Provides a financial incentive to help small and medium-sized
  organizations implement energy saving projects.

Details
• 4 year program launched April 1, 2007
• Can be combined with funding from other sources (e.g. utility or provincial
  government).

Funding Amount
• $10/GJ of estimated energy saved by a retrofit project per year
• Maxed at 25% of project costs OR $50,000 OR the amount required to
  reduce the simple payback period to 1 year
• Takes into account funding from other sources
• Corporate maximum of $250,000 per organisation in total over 4 years
               Incentive Calculation -
               Example
Example:                       Potential Incentive:   GJ Saved = 380GJ x $10/GJ
                                                      = $ 3,800
Waste Heat Recovery
Project                        Must not exceed these limits

Retrofit Cost: $20,000         A) 25% of Eligible Project Costs = ($20,000 - $3,000) x 0.25
                                    = $ 4,250
Est. Savings/yr: $12,000
                               OR
Energy Savings:                B) Payback Period Reduction = $12,000 x ($20,000-$3,000) -1
             380 GJ/yr                                                      $12,000
                                    = $ 5,000
Utility funding: $3,000        OR
                               C) $50,000

                          Therefore:   Company’s contribution: $ 13,200
                                       Utility Contribution:   $ 3,000
                                       NRCan’s contribution:   $ 3,800
                             Results to Date

•   127 applications received
     – 136 projects
     – 4 applications from Atlantic       Retrofit Incentive Distribution by Region

       Canada
                                                      4    4

•   Averages
     – 33 days turn around time                                                       Atlantic
                                                                         34
     – 152 employees per facility                                                     Quebec


     – $24,233 average incentive                                                      Ontario

                                                                                      West

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•   Main types of projects to date
     – Lighting
     – Heat Recovery
     – Boiler upgrade
               Create Action:
             Ivaco Rolling Mills
                                     Combustion Analysis

               Continuous training
                      Energy Audit      Customized
                                        workshops for
                                        staff
       Energy Audit    D2$ Courses

                                 Results:
   Energy 2005                    $1 Million Saved
   Heads-Up CIPEC                 80,000 GJ Saved
2005                                               2007
                       NS companies can
                       make a difference
                              GHG emissions per capita                                   2005 provincial per
30
                                                                                         capita emissions in
                                                                                         tonnes of CO2
25                                                                                       equivalent
                                                                                         (Pembina Institute)
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                    Take action

• Become a CIPEC
  Leader
• Go to:
  oee.nrcan.gc.ca/indus
  trial/opportunities/cipe
  cleader/
               Thank you!


Contact Information:
Richard Janecky
Telephone: (613) 992-3286
Email: rjanecky@NRCan.gc.ca
http://cipec.ca

								
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