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Executive Branch Management Scorecard

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30 Sep 2009 Uses at least 3 percent renewable energy from electric, thermal or mechanical sources to power facilities and equipment; but less than half

    ENERGY MANAGEMENT SCORECARD

    GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

    CURRENT STATUS PROGRESS COMMENTS 1(As of January 1, 2009)

    Actions taken since January 1, 2009: ? Reduction in energy intensity in goal-GSA Status remains Green as only subject facilities compared with 2003: ? Reported findings of comprehensive Progress is assessed in July. ENERGY _X 9 percent and on track for 30 evaluations for approximately 13% of EISA ? GSA Progress remains Green as GSA MANAGEMENT Sec 432 “Covered Facility gross square percent in 2015 (G) completed all 4 planned actions plus footage. ? ___ 7 percent (Y) additional actions in the last 6 months. ? Completed geothermal study at Andover, Senior Official: Green Green MA IRS site and moving forward with ? Use of renewable energy as a percent ? In FY09, GSA received appropriations of Barney Brasseux installation of closed loop system. $36.6 million for energy efficiency of facility electricity use: Deputy ? Conducted 2 training sessions for 24 projects and $7.0 million for metering. _X 1.5 percent from new sources regional & national staff for ION? Administrator (thermal, mechanical, or electric) AND Enterprise Energy Management (EEM) ? NOTE: On behalf of federal government total of 3 percent from renewable Advanced Metering System. in National Capital Region, GSA initiated electricity sources (G) ? Identified projects; allocated $7 million in rate case intervention before DC Public ___ 3 percent from any renewable advanced metering funding. Service commission regarding new thermal, mechanical or electric PEPCO tariffs to address how standby ? Awarded order to add monthly Heating renewable energy source (Y) rate has effect of charging customers who Degree Days and Cooling Degree Days ___ Less than 3 percent from any generate electricity behind the meter inventory data into Energy & Water renewable energy sources (R) regardless of actual consumption, thus tracking system. lessening cost effectiveness for Lead DOE ? Selected $800 million in ARRA Limited ? On track to meter electricity use in 100 renewable technologies like solar and Scope projects, including photovoltaics, percent of appropriate facilities by Analyst: combined heat and power plants. advanced lighting technologies, and 2012: Richard Kidd Federal on site renewable generation building tune-ups. _X Has metered at least 10 percent of systems within the PEPCO franchise ? Selected 33 projects for FY 09 energy appropriate facilities (G) service territory (DC and suburban MD program funding, projected to save ___ Meets all metering plan milestones counties) are potentially impacted. 134,439 MMBTU per year. and has metered at least 5 percent of ? 116,893 MWH of RECs solicited. appropriate facilities (Y) Planned actions for next six months: ? Award advanced metering project for 48 ? Reduction in water intensity compared buildings in Great Lakes Region Lead OMB FY 2008 Summary Results: with 2007: ? Complete enhancements to Energy ? Reduced energy intensity by 12.2% _X 2 percent and on track for 16 Analysts: Project Database and train regions (4.9% w/o RECs or source use credit); percent in 2015 (G) Cyndi Vallina ? In collaboration with Federal Acquisition ? Used eligible renewable electricity ___ Has submitted final 2007 water and Service, populate Web-based, enterprise-equivalent to 6.6% of its total electricity baseline data and reported a reduction wide GHG emissions tracking tool (GSA Rob Sandoli use, almost entirely from new renewable from the baseline (Y) Energy and Emissions Management Tool) sources; with data for all GSA-owned buildings. ? Reduced water intensity by 3.6%; ? Percent of new building designs begun ? Report to OMB/DOE on activities ? Invested $26.1 million in energy and since October 1, 2006 that are 30 undertaken under EISA Sec. 525 by water efficiency (6.0% of its annual percent more energy efficient than 9/30/09. energy costs;; 2% of which through relevant code: ? Complete FY09 energy management ESPC). _X 100 percent (G) reporting requirements. ___ 75 percent (Y)

     1 Status is updated once annually (Jan 1) to reflect performance data collected at the end of each fiscal year. Progress is assessed twice annually (Jan and July). Quantitative standards for success for Yellow and Green will increase each year in accordance with new statutory or EO requirements.

    July 2009

    ENERGY MANAGEMENT STANDARDS FOR SUCCESS

    Agency: Agency: Agency:

    ? Has reduced energy intensity (Btu/GSF) ? Has reduced energy intensity (Btu/GSF) ? Has not yet reduced energy intensity in EISA goal-subject facilities by 9 in EISA goal-subject facilities by 7 (Btu/GSF) in EISA goal-subject facilities percent compared with 2003 and is on percent compared with 2003. by 7 percent compared with 2003. track for 30 percent reduction by 2015. ? Uses at least 3 percent renewable ? Does not use at least 3 percent

     energy from electric, thermal or renewable energy from electric, thermal ? Uses at least 3 percent electricity from

    mechanical sources to power facilities or mechanical sources to power facilities renewable sources as a percentage of

    and equipment; but less than half was and equipment. facility electricity use. At least 1.5 obtained from new sources (placed in percent of facility electricity use must come from new sources (placed in service after 1999) or part of the ? Has not met all milestones in an requirement was met with thermal and service after 1999). Thermal and approved metering plan or has not mechanical renewable energy. mechanical renewable can be included in metered at least 10 percent of the 1.5% new requirement, but not the appropriate facilities.

     3% goal. For example, if an agency ? Is implementing its metering plan, has

    meets all of the new sources requirement met all current milestones and has ? Has not submitted 2007 baseline water

    with thermal or mechanical energy (1.5 metered at least 5 percent of appropriate consumption data or has not percent) they would still need an facilities. demonstrated a reduction in water additional 3 percent from renewable intensity from the baseline. electricity sources. ? Has submitted final 2007 water consumption data and has reported ? Cannot demonstrate that at least 75 some reduction in water intensity from percent of new building designs started ? Is implementing its approved metering

     the baseline. plan in appropriate facilities and has after October 1, 2006, are 30 percent

     more efficient than the 2004 International metered at least 10 percent of

    Energy Conservation Code (residential appropriate facilities. ? For buildings that meet agency’s capital buildings) or the ASHRAE Standard planning threshold, demonstrate that at 90.1-2004 (non-residential buildings), if least 75% of new building designs ? Has reduced water intensity by at least 2 life-cycle cost effective. started after 10/1/06, are 30% more percent from final 2007 baseline. efficient than the 2004 International

     Energy Conservation Code (residential ? For buildings that meet agency’s capital

    buildings) or the ASHRAE Standard planning threshold, demonstrate that

    90.1-2004 (non-residential buildings), if 100% of new building designs started life-cycle cost effective. after 10/1/06, are 30% more efficient than the 2004 International Energy Conservation Code (residential buildings) or the ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2004 (non-residential buildings), if life-cycle

    cost effective.

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