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									    Industrial Continuous Energy
   Improvement (CEI) Workshop




California Public Utilities Commission

           Energy Division
              June 19th, 2009
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                Welcome
• ED Lead Staff
  Lisa Paulo
  lp1@cpuc.ca.gov

• Facilitator
    Parminder Sandhu, CEM CDSM
    Vistera Consulting Group Inc.
    parsandhu@shaw.ca

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          Workshop Purpose
1. Share with Parties the preliminary industrial
   EM&V results, conservation potential, and
   examples of industrial continuous energy
   improvement programs
2. Inform Parties of IOU proposals for an
   Industrial Continuous Energy Improvement
   program
3. Receive input and feedback from Parties
4. Request written feedback from Parties

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            Introductions

• Name and affiliation




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                       Agenda
1.    Superior Energy Performance Presentation
2.    Preliminary Industrial Program EM&V Results
3.    Industrial Sector Energy Efficiency Potential
      BREAK
4.    CEI Program Examples from Other Jurisdictions
5.    Proposed IOU Statewide Implementation Plans for CEI
      LUNCH
6.    Integration AB32 and CEI
7.    Stakeholder Comment Period and Discussion
      BREAK
8.    Break-Out Sessions (topics to be provided)
9.    Break-Out Session Report Back and Discussion
10.   Concluding Discussion and Next Steps


                                  5
 Preliminary Industrial Program EM&V
                Results
• Presenter:   Jennifer Fagan
               iTron




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    Industrial Sector Energy Efficiency
                 Potential
• Presenter:              Parminder Sandhu
                          Vistera Consulting




PowerPoint Reference: P2 CPUC CEI Workshop CPR.ppt


                                      7
     Superior Energy Performance
• Presenter:              Aimee McKane
                          LBNL




PowerPoint Reference: P3 CPUC CEI Workshop SEP.ppt


                                      8
Break




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      CEI Program Examples in Other
               Jurisdictions
• Presenter:              Parminder Sandhu
                          Vistera Consulting

Topics
    – Europe
    – BC Hydro
PowerPoint Reference: P4 CPUC CEI Workshop BCH.ppt


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    Europe – Policy Framework

• Kyoto & National EE Action Plans
• Policy instruments
  – Voluntary or Long-term agreements
    (LTA) with covenants
  – “Green” tax mechanism




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    Europe: Program example

• SenterNovem LTA3 changes
  – 30% energy efficiency improvement
    2005-2020
  – Sector innovation roadmaps
  – Chain approach: Energy boundary
    includes the supply chain




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      BC Hydro Program Example

PowerPoint Reference: P4 CPUC CEI Workshop BCH.ppt




                                      13
       Proposed IOU Statewide
     Implementation Plans for CEI
• Joint IOU representative




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Lunch




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   Integration of AB32 and CEI

• Presenter:




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 CPUC Review of CEI Proposals

• PIP Overview
• Budgets
• PIP Review




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            CEI Definition

• A collection of strategic planning tools
  and resources that lay the groundwork
  for long-term integrated energy
  planning and provide a platform for
  launching other utility and non-utility
  programs and services. CEI is a non-
  resource sub-program.


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       Barriers Identified in PIPs

•   Lack of awareness
•   Accessing technical assistance
•   Availability of plant and management
•   Prioritization of production over energy
•   Risk aversion
•   Limited capital and hurdle rates


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               CEI Components
• CEI Phases: Commitment, assessment, planning,
  implementation
• Continuous Energy Improvement (CEI)
   –   Energy management assessments
   –   Energy planning consulting
   –   Energy use baselines establishment
   –   Facility/customer benchmarking
   –   CEI education and training
   –   CEI resources on www.energydesignresources.com
   –   Customer recognition
   –   Plant certification
        • MSE 2000/08 or ISO 50001

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  Statewide Industrial CEI Budget
               CEI       Industrial    Percentage
            Budget        Budget       of Industrial
            (’09-’11)     (’09-’11)       Budget

PG&E        $569,368    $196,427,847      0.29%

SCE         $121,000    $154,809,999      0.08%

SDG&E       $600,551    $12,295,404       4.88%

SoCalGas   $1,527,216   $60,340,102       2.53%

SW Total   $2,818,134   $423,873,352      0.66%

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       General review comments

•   Market research, analysis, and targeting
•   Integration
•   Baseline determination
•   Performance metrics
•   Non-financial barriers
•   Budgets and resources


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Stakeholder Comment Period and
          Discussion




                 23
Break




    24
Break-Out Sessions




           25
Break-Out Session Report Back and
           Discussion




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Concluding Discussion and Next Steps




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            Thank You

• Lisa Paulo
  lp1@cpuc.ca.gov

• Parminder Sandhu, CEM, CDSM
  Vistera Consulting Group Inc.
  parsandhu@shaw.ca


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