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					             The Contribution of
       CHP/Cogeneration to Business
    Continuity and Resiliency in New York
                         Presentation to Region I
                        New York State Office of
                        Emergency Management
                              April 14, 2011

Office of Emergency Management, NYS Division of Homeland Security and Emergency
                                   Services
                           Energetics Incorporated
                        Pace Energy and Climate Center



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            What Is Combined Heat and Power
                  (CHP)/Cogeneration?
    CHP is an integrated energy system that:
    • Generates electrical and/or mechanical power
    • Recovers waste heat for
       –   Space heating
       –   Water heating
       –   Space cooling
       –   Dehumidification
    • Is located at or near a
      factory or building that
      can use the energy output
    • Can utilize a variety of
      technologies and fuels
    • CHP is also known as cogeneration

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    Why CHP/Cogeneration for Business
        Continuity and Resiliency?

    A system that runs (and saves money!) every day is
    more reliable in an emergency than a system that
    only runs when you need it.

    CHP/Cogeneration offers the opportunity to keep critical
    facilities running when the grid is impaired, enabling:
     • Business Continuity
     • Community Sustainability
     • Disaster Preparedness

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     How Does CHP/Cogeneration Work?
CHP/Cogeneration is an
  integrated energy system that
  generates electrical and/or
  mechanical power. Located at
  or near a factory or building
  that can use the energy
  output, CHP/cogeneration
  increases power reliability,
  improves efficiency, lowers
  operating costs, and reduces
  air emissions.



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    Critical Infrastructure (CI) Facilities That Benefit
                 From CHP/Cogeneration

• Healthcare – Hospitals, clinics, nursing homes
• Wastewater treatment plants
• Public safety – 911 centers, jails/prisons, Fire/EMS
• Transportation centers (airports)
• Facilities of refuge
   – College campuses, high schools, BOCES
   – Hotels w/ kitchens, laundries, conference centers
• Food distribution including cold storage and
  supermarkets
• Communications/data centers


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      Existing CHP/Cogeneration Capacity in
                 New York State
• New York a CHP/
  cogeneration leader                                CHP Sites in New York
                                                                  Industrial
                                      Healthcare                    19%

• 434 sites in New York                 18%                                    Agriculture/
                                                                                Livestock

  State with CHP systems                                                           4%
                                                                                 Buildings
                                                                                    6%
                                   Multifamily                                Recreation/

• 5,885 MW of capacity
                                     12%                                       Lodging
                                                                                  6%
                                                                           Retail

  (as of 12/10)                                  Education        Other
                                                                            4%


                                                   19%            12%

 http://www.eea-inc.com/chpdata/States/NY.html



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 Snapshot of CHP/Cogeneration at Critical
     Infrastructure Sites in New York
• 289 sites totaling over 2,275 MW
• Critical infrastructure sectors with CHP/Cogeneration:
          Application - Critical Infrastructure       # Sites     Capacity (MW)
          Nursing Homes                                   43             10.5
          Hospital/Healthcare                             35             133.2
          Food                                            23             171.2
          Chemicals                                       17             578.0
          Government/Military                             11             376.2
          Places of Refuge                                110            296.1
          Other*                                          50             713.9
          Total                                           289          2,279.2

*Other includes CHP installations at transportation, communications, utility, wastewater
   treatment, food stores, and agricultural sites.



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    New York State Emergency Managers On
                The Front Line


             • Disaster Preparedness
              • Business Continuity
           • Community Sustainability




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                    What Is Your Role?
• Disaster mitigation, business continuity, and community
  sustainability
• Help community leaders and business owners to:
   – Identify energy efficiency measures that have a high
     return: lighting, building shell, HVAC
   – Consider CHP/cogeneration:
       •   Require thermal energy?
       •   Use energy more than 5,000 hours per year?
       •   High electricity and low gas prices?
       •   Need reliable power supply 24/7?
       •   Require a place of refuge?



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     You Want To Take Action – Where To Go For
                    Assistance
              Northeast Clean Energy Application Center for FREE Energy
               Assessment and Preliminary CHP/Cogeneration Screening

              NYSERDA for Cost-Shared Energy Assessments and
               CHP/Cogeneration Project Support

              ConEdison for CHP/Cogeneration Information and Support

              National Grid for CHP/Cogeneration and Smart Grid/Micro Grid
               installation Information and Support

              LIPA for information on clean, sustainable energy options




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      Determine If CHP/Cogeneration Works for Your
                     Building/Facility
Northeast Clean Energy Application Center (NE CEAC)
 No-cost feasibility studies for CHP/cogeneration, district
  energy, and waste-heat recovery projects in New York
 Education and outreach for building and facility owners
  and operators, municipal government, other
  stakeholders
 Market analysis and support




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 Identifying Technical and Financial Help -
   Where to Find It and What’s Offered?

                                    NYSEG
                                    Central Hudson
                                                            Technical Assistance,
                                    Con Edison
                                                             Information, and
                                    LIPA
                                                             Potential Grants,
                                    Orange & Rockland
                                                             Loans and Other
                                    National Grid
     From whom do you purchase                               Incentives
                                    Rochester Gas &
                                     Electric (RGE)
           electric power?

                                    NYPA                   Contact NYPA




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        CHP/Cogeneration Technical and
             Financial Assistance

                   NYSERDA* -
     http://www.nyserda.org/programs/dgchp.asp

                       – FlexTech Program
                 – CHP Demonstration Program
                   – Existing Facilities Program
     – Renewable Portfolio Standard – Customer Sited Tier (RPS-
                       CST) Fuel Cell Program

*Assistance available only to utility customers who contribute to
                       Systems Benefit Fund

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     NYSERDA Technical and Financial Assistance
                   FlexTech Program

• Energy Conservation Studies for Industrial,
  Commercial, and Institutional sites for all energy
  measures – including CHP
• 50% matching funds up to $1,000,000 per site (or
  10% of annual energy cost)
• Funding available to electric customers of any NY
  investor-owned utility
• Use to prepare for CHP funding in 2012!


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     NYSERDA Technical and Financial Assistance
                 CHP Demonstration Program
•    For new and existing industrial, commercial,
     institutional, and multifamily facilities
•    Competitive selection – up to $2M/site, 30-50% cost
     share
•    Additional 10% cost share may be provided for
     Facilities of Refuge
•    Program closed at the end of 2010
•    There will be a new program with new funds in
     January 2012

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     NYSERDA Technical and Financial Assistance
                  Existing Facilities Program
•    For existing commercial, industrial, and institutional
     sites
•    CHP systems greater than 250 kW/site
•    Up to $2M/project – up to 50% cost share
•    Funding available to electric customers of any NY
     investor owned utility
      – Pre-qualified equipment rebates and performance based
        incentives
      – Payback 1-18 years
      – CHP Component Expires: 6/30/11


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NYSERDA Technical and Financial Assistance
             Renewable Portfolio Standard –
           Customer Sited Tier Fuel Cell Program

•    $50,000 funding cap for small systems (< 25kW)
•    $1 million funding cap for large systems (≥ 25kW)
•    Open enrollment. Must use eligible equipment.
•    Funding available to electric customers of any NY
     investor-owned utility
     – $3M/yr funding limit
     – Open until: 12/30/15 or until funding is exhausted.



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       New York Power Authority (NYPA)
       Technical and Financial Assistance

• Offers a low interest loan program that includes
  investments in CHP
• Offers a "turnkey service" package where NYPA can
  serve as a CHP project developer
     – NYPA is currently doing a CHP project at Rikers Island as
       the project developer

     Contact:
     Peter Giasemis, NYPA, pgiasemis@gmail.com, www.nypa.gov



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Con Edison has been a leader in promoting
Energy Efficiency…

History
•        1971: Save-A-Watt program – 200 MW reduction
•        1988 – 1998: Enlightened Energy program – 740
         MW reduction

Current – DSM programs
•        Heating, Ventilation and Cooling Program
•        Targeted Demand Side Management Program
•        Oil to Gas Conversions
•        Small Business Direct Installation Program
•        Various Demand Response Programs
•        Ongoing Energy Efficiency Portfolio Proceedings



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    …and is becoming a leader in integration of clean and
    renewable Distributed Generation
Initiatives in place
• New York State Energy Plan
• System Benefits Charge
• Geographic/Regional Balancing
New York City
•        PlaNYC 2030 - 800 MW of Clean DG
•        Large and small interconnected CHP on the
         rise
•        Working with DoB, NYSERDA, and
         stakeholders on interconnection issues


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Historic Distributed Generation Interconnections
 Emergency network support
 • Substation Support
 • WTC Network

 Emergency Backup for Critical Loads
 • Hospitals, Water and Sewage Treatment, Prisons
 • Typically diesel generators dedicated to critical loads
 • Not parallel or with intricate protections schemes

 Large customers
 • Familiar with ConEd specifications
 • Interconnection requirement costs proportionally not prohibitive


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Current DG Interconnections
More and smaller customers interconnecting
• Increase in self supply and peak shaving – in addition to
  emergency backup
• Protection tailored to each interconnection
• Increase in smaller CHP installations
• Dramatic increases in solar

Expanding ConEd and NYISO markets for DSR
• Demand response, peak shaving & ancillary services
  (reserves, VAR support, blackstart capability)
     – ‘Physical Assurity’ required for load forecasting and planning
     – Communications, dispatch, and M&V are Key

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           Helpful Con Edison DG Websites
coned.com/dg
                         coned.com/energyefficiency




       coned.com/es

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              Future Interconnection Landscape
     DR and DG Become an Integral Part of the T&D system




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         Consolidated Edison Assistance

     DG Policy: ConEd permits any customer to operate
      generating equipment in parallel with the company’s
      electric system, provided there is no adverse effect on the
      company’s other customers, equipment, or personnel.
                                 Contact:
                            Margarett Jolly, PE
                        DG Ombudsman Manager
                              212-460-3328
                           jollym@coned.com

                         www.coned.com/dg


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 Combined Heat & Power




Christopher A. Cavanagh, PE
New Products/Energy Services
April 14, 2011
Combined Heat & Power
 Cogeneration:          Defined as the sequential
                         production of electricity and
                         usable heat (FERC)
 Customer Value:        Principally economic for own use.
 Operational Modes:     Base-loaded (24/7)
                         Reject excess heat
                         Thermal load following (boiler)
 Grid Interconnection   “Islanding” not allowed during
                          blackouts for safety
                         Relays automatically disconnect.
 New capabilities       Black -start and operation
                         isolated from grid for pre-       28
                         identified loads
CHP installations in National Grid
Service Territory
 270 MW installed on site customer generation
     NE – 133 MW 54 sites
     UNY – 48 MW 10 sites
     DNY – 89 MW 128 sites
 Over 72% below 300 kW
 Significant Projects
     NE – 133 MW 54 sites
          5.9 MW at food manufacturer
          5 MW at Medical School
          5.1 MW at Pharmaceutical
     Upstate NY
          29 MW steam turbine at Healthcare facility
          8 MW ICE at Community College
          6 MW Turbine at Casino/resort
     Downstate NY
          2.4 MW ICE at Hospital
          2.4 MW ICE at Shopping Mall                  29
          2.4 MW ICE at College
The Importance of CHP black start
capability
 Energy Security
    CHP may be an opportunity
    CHP now may be a critical asset
 Customer need, value and perception
 Key Functionality for Smart Grid and Micro Grid
  development
 Focus in National Grid’s Technology and Innovation
  efforts



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Sample of CHP projects
 South Oaks Hospital
     1.25 MW CCHP plant
     Recently repowered
 Van Blarcom Closures
     1.5 MW CCHP plant
     Tecogen packaged 100 kW inverter ICE
 Twin Marquis Foods
     200 kW
     Food Manufacturing
 Toren
     500 kW plant
     New construction mixed use Commercial and M/F
 Verizon Call Center
     1.4 MW CCHP plant (7) United Technologies Fuel Cells
     Recently repowered
 Big Six Towers (Queens)
     2.5 MW grid isolated
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     Apartment complex with (4) gas engines
Micro CHP
 Climate Energy Freewatt Plus
     1.2 kW residential (1 cylinder Honda IC engine)
     Several single family homes in NY and MA
     Integrated system with HEE heating system
     1.8 kW
     Intelligent critical load panel
 Yanmar mCHP
     10 kW packaged system
     Expanding to US market
     Nursing Home Facility
     High Electric generating efficiency
     Plug and Play design
 Small fuel cells (US. Japan & UK - Future)


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  Going Forward

     With your help we can lead the way in creating the
                    climate for change




john.rathbun@us.ngrid.com                 nationalgrid    33
Federal Sources of CHP/Cogeneration Technical
           and Financial Assistance
 • Modified Accelerated Cost-Recovery System (MACRS) + Bonus
   Depreciation (’08-’12) www.dsireusa.org
 • Business Energy Investment Tax Credit (ITC) www.dsireusa.org
 • U.S. Department of Energy Office of Industrial Technologies
   www.eere.energy.gov/industry/distributedenergy/
 • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – CHP Partnership
   www.epa.gov/chp
 • U.S. Department of Treasury - Renewable Energy Grants
   https://treas1603.nrel.gov
 • USDA - Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) Grant and
   Loan Program http://farmenergy.org/tools/reap-faq



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       CHP/Cogeneration Keeps on Trucking!
Northeast Blackout of 2003
  While half of NYC’s 58 hospitals suffered
  backup power failures, sites with CHP systems
  continued to be operational:
  South Oaks Hospital - Amityville, NY
  Montefiore Medical Center - NYC
  Spring Creek Towers - NYC
Hurricane Katrina
  Baptist Hospital, Jackson, Mississippi - 624 bed
  urban hospital with 3000 employees
  Grid down – 52 hours starting August 29, 2005,
  Baptist Hospital’s CHP system ran islanded and
  provided power, hot water, and air
  conditioning.


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     South Oaks Hospital
       Long Island, NY
               • South Oaks Hospital, Amityville,
                 NY
               • Operates a 1.3 MW CHP system,
                 consisting of two dual-fuel
                 reciprocating engines
               • During the blackout in August
                 2003, South Oaks Hospital never
                 lost power.
               • Hospital employees were initially
                 unaware of the blackout since
                 they saw no interruption in their
                 service.




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      Long Island Jewish Medical Center
              New Hyde Park, NY
• 829 bed, non-profit teaching
  hospital located on a 48-acre
  campus
• NYSERDA CHP Funding:
  $1 million
• CHP system installed in 2009
  with two 1,500 kW natural
  gas-fired reciprocating
  engines
• Heat recovered for domestic
  hot water and space heating.


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     SUNY Stony Brook
      Brookhaven, NY
             • 40 MW CHP system installed in
               1995
             • Not the main campus
             • Consists of a primarily natural
               gas-fired combustion turbine
             • The SUNY Strategic Energy Task
               Force comprised of personnel
               from State-operated campuses
               and community colleges (not just
               the Stony Brook campus) issued
               draft recommendations in 2007
               with a goal of 5 new CHP
               projects by 2010.



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     MacArthur Waste to Energy Plant
            Ronkonkoma, NY

• Began commercial operations in
  March 1990 for the Islip
  Resource Recovery Agency
• CHP system consists of a boiler
  plus a steam turbine.
• The facility processes 485 tons
  per day of municipal solid waste,
  generating up to 12.5 MW of
  renewable electricity, or enough
  to power 12,000 Long Island
  homes.



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Partnership For CHP/Cogeneration and
  Critical Infrastructure - Next Steps
•    Learn about CHP/cogen
•    Address energy efficiency first!
•    Look for CHP/cogen opportunities
•    Distribute information about CHP/cogeneration
•    Visit website for information on
     CHP/cogeneration and critical infrastructure
    www.semo.state.ny.us – Scroll down to Project
            Description and Additional Detail!

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              For More Information
NYS Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Services
                  www.semo.state.ny.us

 New York State Energy Research and Development Authority
   (NYSERDA) http://www.nyserda.org/programs/dgchp.asp

         Northeast Clean Energy Application Center
            http://www.northeastcleanenergy.org




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     THANK YOU!

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