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Ohio Energy Efficiency and Peak Demand Reduction

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  1. Ohio Energy Efficiency and Peak Demand Reduction Incentive Programs/ Commercial/ Industrial

  2. S.B. 221 – Energy Efficiency Standards S.B. 221 set annual, cumulative efficiency standards with total reduction increasing from 0.3% in 2009 to 22.2% in 2025 Ohio Energy Efficiency and Peak Demand Reduction 2013-2015

  3. Non-Residential Program Highlights • Current Incentive Level for lighting is $.05/ KWh saved • Incentive Level for Custom Projects is $.08/ KWh saved • Other Incentive Levels are currently unchanged from 2012 levels • ALL applications must be pre-approved • Programs open pending budget availability • Website: www.energysaveOhio.com Ohio Energy Efficiency and Peak Demand Reduction 2013-2015

  4. Non-Residential Program Highlights(continued) Continuing Programs Lighting Incentive Programs Traffic Signals Refrigeration & Commercial Food Service Specialty Equipment Custom Incentives HVAC Programs Mercantile Historic Program Adding/ Separating/ Changing Programs Audit Program Retro Commissioning Data Center Motors & Drives Programs Private Street Lighting Residential Type Programs 4 Ohio Energy Efficiency and Peak Demand Reduction 2013-2015

  5. Non-Residential Program Highlights(continued) C&I Energy Efficient Equipment Program – SMALL Expanded measures in HVAC and water heating Added measures including recycling appliances Expanded measures in food service Expanded measures to include LED and other EE Lighting technologies in the lighting sub-program; and Removed prescriptive rebates for motors up to and over 200HP from the customer equipment sub-program, but the Company will consider rebates for motors in their custom equipment sub-program. 5 Ohio Energy Efficiency and Peak Demand Reduction 2013-2015

  6. Non-Residential Program Highlights(continued) C&I Energy Efficient Equipment Program – LARGE Expanded measures in the HVAC sub-program; Expanded measures to include LED and other EE Lighting technologies in the lighting sub-program; and Removed prescriptive rebates for motors up to and over 200HP from the customer equipment sub-program, but the Companies will consider rebates for motors in their custom equipment sub-program. 6 Ohio Energy Efficiency and Peak Demand Reduction 2013-2015

  7. Non-Residential Program Highlights(continued) Energy Efficient Buildings Program – (SMALL) a continuation and consolidation of the C&I New Construction Program and C&I Audit Program. The following changes were made: Targeted custom building offering for shell improvements and, Added energy efficiency kits EE Kits are new to OH/ been used extensively in PA programs C&I Kits including CFLs and smart strips for small businesses Energy Efficient Buildings Program – (LARGE) a continuation and consolidation of the Technical Assessment Umbrella and C&I Equipment Program - Large. The measures included in this program are unchanged from the Existing Plans. 7 Ohio Energy Efficiency and Peak Demand Reduction 2013-2015

  8. Non-Residential Program Highlights(continued) EE Buildings Program / Audits: C&I Audits (Small & Large): Companies will increase the audit payment amount for small C&I customers from $4,000 to $5,000. Allow customer to reduce the overall costs of the audit by installing recommended prescriptive measures that result from the audit. Larger customers, pay 50% of the audit cost, and allow large customer to reduce 50% of the audit cost by installing recommended prescriptive measures. Require customers that fail to install the recommended measures within 6 months of the audit to pay for the cost of the audit. 8 Ohio Energy Efficiency and Peak Demand Reduction 2013-2015

  9. Non-Residential Program Highlights(continued) EE Buildings Program / Retro-commissioning (RCx) (COMING) Retro-commissioningis the systematic process applied to existing buildings to ensure that their systems can be operated and maintained according to the owner’s needs. Looking for No-Cost or Low-Cost measures. RCx is normally done every 3 - 5 years to maintain top levels of building performance Commercial BuildingRCx might include: Adjustment of lighting and HVAC operating schedules Adjustment of HVAC temperature set points Redeployment of inoperable HVAC dampers and controls Industrial PlantRCx might include: Compressed Air Leak loss reduction Compressed Air Adjustment of an existing flow controller or sequencer to match plant operations Compressed Air Correction of inappropriate uses of compressed air such as open blowing 9 Ohio Energy Efficiency and Peak Demand Reduction 2013-2015

  10. Mercantile Customer Program Mercantile customers may qualify to avoid certain charges in the Demand Side Management and Energy Efficiency Rider (DSE2) or may choose a cash option Ohio Energy Efficiency and Peak Demand Reduction 2013-2015 • Who is considered “mercantile”? • A “mercantile customer” is a commercial or industrial customer that consumes more than 700,000 kWh per year for non-residential use or is part of a national account involving multiple facilities in one or more states • Minimum energy efficiency saving requirements per the DSE2 Rider • Energy savings and/or peak demand reductions from customer’s self-directed projects equal to or greater than the statutory benchmarks to which the company is subject • If customer elects cash rebate in lieu of exemption, based on 75% of prescriptive program rebates, capped at 50% of project cost or $250k per project or $500k per customer • Customer commits either existing or new energy savings to the utility’s compliance requirements through an application filed to PUCO • PUCO has final approval authority

  11. Commercial/Industrial EE Program Points of Contact • Chad Heyman (FirstEnergy Commercial/ Industrial Program Manager) 330-255-1757,heymanc@firstenergycorp.com • Abigail Phillips (FirstEnergy Commercial/ Industrial Program Manager) 330.761.4408,aphillips@firstenergycorp.com • Jim Frank (The Illuminating Company) 440-717-6853 frankjl@firstenergycorp.com • Zack Jones (Ohio Edison) 330-436-4091 zjones@firstenergycorp.com • Greg Flaczynski (Toledo Edison) 419-249-4157 gsflaczyn@firstenergycorp.com Ohio Energy Efficiency and Peak Demand Reduction 2013-2015

  12. C & I Implementation Partner in Ohio Sodexo is the leader for Quality of Life Services. We have 125,000 employees working to improve the quality of daily life for our 9,000 client sites - 15 million customers a day in North America. Sodexo partners with clients to help attain their strategic vision by developing Facility Management (FM) solutions that increase the effectiveness of their people, enhance their business processes, and optimize their infrastructure, which deliver tangible outcomes. Total revenue - $24 billion $8.8 billion in North America with 125,000 employees Capabilities – Comprehensive facility services including engineering, project management, construction, HVAC service, food services and environment services Customers – 9,000 client sites in North America, 668 million sf under management Primary focus – FM in healthcare, Education, Government and Corporate sectors. OH presence –Our Sodexo office is in Youngstown where 240 people work. Our field operations reach over 500 customer sites in Ohio, PA, MD and DE. Vision for OH Programs – Continue the positive program momentum while achieving even better experience for program participants Who is Sodexo? 12 Ohio Energy Efficiency and Peak Demand Reduction 2013-2015

  13. Energy Efficiency Programs For more information regarding these programs visit www.energysaveOhio.com 13 Ohio Energy Efficiency and Peak Demand Reduction 2013-2015