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  • Welcome to Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership | Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership
    MAEEP supports deployment of energy efficient technology and tools to the industrial commercial and institutional sectors The MAEEP Program delivers its value through a combination of stakeholder input technology transfer education and outreach and research more Industrial Resources USDOE Industry Links Industrial Assesment Center Utility Demand Side Management Programs Funding and Productivity Programs Resource Conservation and the Environment Industrial Energy Efficiency Library Commercial Resources State Energy Programs Federal Buildings Energy Programs Utility Demand Side Management Programs Commercial Tools Education Training USDOE Tools Training Utility Based Educational Seminars Training Seminar Presentations University Research and Development Energy Events and Expos More About MAEEP MAEEP Mission Partners Financial Incentives and Grant Program Opportunities Custom Technology Programs How Can I get Involved in the Partnership MAEEP Events Training Schedule April Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Would you like to become a Sponsor or a Supporter To find out more about our partnership and how you can participate in efforts call or email Alberto Morales 413 545 2853 morales umass edu Home Log

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  • Welcome to Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership | Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership
    MAEEP supports deployment of energy efficient technology and tools to the industrial commercial and institutional sectors The MAEEP Program delivers its value through a combination of stakeholder input technology transfer education and outreach and research more Industrial Resources USDOE Industry Links Industrial Assesment Center Utility Demand Side Management Programs Funding and Productivity Programs Resource Conservation and the Environment Industrial Energy Efficiency Library Commercial Resources State Energy Programs Federal Buildings Energy Programs Utility Demand Side Management Programs Commercial Tools Education Training USDOE Tools Training Utility Based Educational Seminars Training Seminar Presentations University Research and Development Energy Events and Expos More About MAEEP MAEEP Mission Partners Financial Incentives and Grant Program Opportunities Custom Technology Programs How Can I get Involved in the Partnership MAEEP Events Training Schedule June Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Would you like to become a Sponsor or a Supporter To find out more about our partnership and how you can participate in efforts call or email Alberto Morales 413 545 2853 morales umass edu Home Log

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  • Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership
    Seminars Training Seminar Presentations University Research and Development About MAEEP Mission Partners How Can I Get Involved Funding Opportunities Financial Incentives Grant Program Opportunities Contacts Contacts Month Week Day active tab Year Thursday May 19 2016 Prev Next All day Before 1 am 1 am 2 am 3 am 4 am 5 am 6 am 7 am 8 am 9 am 10 am 11 am 12 pm 1 pm 2

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  • Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership
    depends on climate building type and building usage but HVAC should be a major retro fit target for those who are concerned about energy conservation Event Benefits As a result of this training participants will be able to Participants will be guided thru the steps recommended to improve HVAC energy efficiency in an existing commercial building How to identify the areas of energy improvement Discuss HVAC interaction with other building systems envelope and lighting as related to energy use How to act quickly on the low hanging fruit Discuss energy saving HVAC technologies for both small and large facilities Who Should Attend EVERSOURCE Account Managers National Grid Account Managers HVAC Specialts END USERS for EVERSOURCE and NGrid All those interested in the best HVAC training Agenda Detailed AGENDA 1 Investigation survey a Energy auditor b Commissioning agent c Monitoring tools 2 Improve building envelop and lighting 3 HVAC Improvements a Programmable Thermostats i ease of retro fit ii payback less than 6 months iii Adaptive recovery ventilation interlock fault detection iv Internet accessible v Code requirements b Outdoor Air Economizers i Describe 3 main types of control ii Integrated Economizer concept iii Code requirements c Zoning Systems i Diversity credit ii Fan energy reduction iii Supply Air Reset iv Static Reset d Occupancy Sensors i Motion detectors ii CO2 based Demand Controlled Ventilation iii Operable Window Interlock iv What to avoid e Building Automation Systems i Overview ii Internet accessible f Variable Frequency Drives VFDs i Overview ii Applications 1 Variable Air Volume VAV 2 Staged Air Volume SAV 3 Variable speed pumping 4 Cooling towers iii Energy saving potential g Energy Recovery Ventilators ERV i Can be adapted to existing systems ii What does code require iii HRV or ERV iv Wheel or fixed plate v IAQ improvements h

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  • Industrial Assessment Procedure | Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership
    allowing for the identification of the times when energy savings is at its greatest or least potential Site Visit Once a plant has been selected for an industrial assessment and the preliminary information has been obtained and analyzed at the IAC the next action is to conduct the actual site visit Introductory Discussion First the assessment team headed by either the IAC Director or the Assistant Director provide a brief description of the assessment process and information about the IAC program The preliminary information obtained on the plant SIC codes employees sales and energy costs is verified and the graphs of energy cost and consumption are shown The plant representatives are then asked to discuss plant operations process equipment and various other energy related matters Also discussed are water costs waste disposal costs and other concerns that were identified in the pre assessment analysis Finally a brief description of the audit process is explained Plant Tour Following the initial meeting with plant personnel the audit team is conducted on a plant tour in order to better understand the process and to determine the flow of materials through the plant Notes are made of specific operations or equipment identified during the tour which may have possible energy or waste saving potential Information Data Gathering Following the plant tour the assessment team discusses areas of potential savings which have been identified Each potential area is assigned to an individual on the team for further investigation and data collection Measuring equipment is utilized to record pertinent quantitative information about the equipment in the plant Further discussions with appropriate plant personnel about specific equipment or processes may also take place In some cases the plant personnel may be requested to assist in the actual measurements Combustion efficiency is measured for all major fuel burning equipment At a minimum excess oxygen and stack temperature are measured in oil and gas boilers Carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide levels are measured if necessary Efficiency and power factors of large motors and motor driven equipment may be measured when there is reasonable safe access to power conductors Single phase or three phase measurements can be taken as appropriate to obtain the efficiencies and power factors Similar measurements are taken when safe and practical for all other large electrically powered equipment Examples of such equipment include arc furnaces electrolytic cells infrared heaters or induction heaters Other factors that affect energy consumption are measured including process temperatures equipment temperatures and working temperatures in various plant and office areas Light levels are measured in most areas of the plant and offices Air flow and ambient temperature are measured to determine efficiencies of HVAC systems throughout the plant Assessment Review and Recommendation Development After the measurements have been completed the members of the IAC audit team meet to compile their data perform elementary analyses and prepare preliminary recommendations based on the information collected The focus of the Assessment Recommendations is to improve the plant s manufacturing processes operations and waste management Equipment

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  • CEERE Industrial Assessments | Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership
    their energy and waste costs and improve their productivity while at the same time helping companies improve their bottom line The only cost incurred by participating plants is the in house personnel time to prepare data for the assessment team and to work with the team during a one day site visit This CEERE visit can be your first step in taking advantage of the other technologies and services provided by the U S Department of Energy To help industry get energy efficient technologies and processes to work for them in the near term ITP offers technical assistance as well as a wide range of information services described in the attached brochures In partnership with industry the U S Department of Energy Industrial Technology Program is helping to develop demonstrate and deploy technologies that can help industry embark on a new road to a more competitive and sustainable future CEERE at the University of Massachusetts is one component of the ITP Technical Assistance program and has performed energy audits since 1984 They have helped over 500 industrial facilities find an average of 34 000 in energy saving projects with an average payback of 1 1 2 years Prior to plant visit Plant needs to fill out and return a basic questionaire about plant operations Provide 12 months of electricity natural gas oil and other energy source bills During plant visit A brief visit with plant management to discuss the goals of the audit and to review basic operations A guided walkthrough of the facility from receiving through the process and back to shipping Potential opportunities for savings will be identified during the walkthrough Audit team member will take readings and place monitoring devices to measure the current energy usage of systems with energy savings potential the audit team will review

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  • Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership
    USDOE Tools Training Utility Based Educational Seminars Training Seminar Presentations University Research and Development About MAEEP Mission Partners How Can I Get Involved Funding Opportunities Financial Incentives Grant Program Opportunities Contacts Contacts Month active tab Week Day Year May Prev Next Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 May

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  • Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership
    Seminars Training Seminar Presentations University Research and Development About MAEEP Mission Partners How Can I Get Involved Funding Opportunities Financial Incentives Grant Program Opportunities Contacts Contacts Month Week active tab Day Year Week of May 8 2016 Prev Next Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat All day Before 1 am 1 am 2 am 3 am 4 am 5 am 6 am 7 am 8 am 9 am 10

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