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Don’t obstruct radiators with furniture or desks as this reduces the amount of heat they let out therefore it takes longer for the room to heat up.
Limit the use of portable electric heaters as these are really expensive to run, only use them in emergencies.
Make sure you service your boiler regularly as a poorly maintained boiler can increase heating costs by 30% or more.
Try reducing the brightness of lights in the office or in places that are not used as often such as corridors. Switch off all electrical equipment including computers, printers and coffee machines at nights and weekends. Make sure to turn off computer monitors when they are not in use for instance when you are away at lunch or in a meeting.
Is the person who normally drinks coffee in the office on holiday? Switching off the machine reduces electricity costs.
Many of the purchase power agreements for renewable energy projects are coming in at above the market rate for energy — a cost that will be passed on to ratepayers. But as the pressure has increased to meet the state’s renewable energy goals, the prices have also increased — and cost-containment has gone by the wayside like a golden eagle after flying into a windmill blade. But what about that above-market fund that was supposed to pick up the tab for the high-cost contracts? Michaels cited what he called an “outrageous project” — PG&E’s solar project in the Mojave Desert.
Shortly after the PUC approved PGE’s 25-year contract for the Mojave project in November 2011, the Division of Ratepayer Advocates sent out a press release headlined, “DRA Troubled By Continued CPUC Approval of Overpriced Renewable Projects.” It pointed out that the CPUC had also recently approved the overpriced North Star Solar project in Fresno. One of the encouraging developments in renewable energy recently is the significant price drop for photovoltaic energy due to the increased production of solar cells (ironically a contributing factor in Solyndra’s demise because its products were made at a higher price). Also concerned about the increased cost of renewable energy is the state watchdog agency the Little Hoover Commission.
Matt Freedman, an attorney for The Utility Reform Network, responded, “The era of approving overpriced renewable generators has passed. But that binge may not be over, according to Como, who said, “The commission has accepted all but two contracts in the last several years. Schwarz accused Como’s group of not sufficiently advocating for ratepayers by not fighting the confidential pricing system.
Asked what the cost impact will be to customers in order to achieve the 33 percent goal, Como said, “It’s probably about 5 to 7 percent on a typical bill of a customer. The energy experts are confident that California will be able to meet the renewable energy goal by 2020. The problem with these idiots (yes idiots) is technology hasn’t been developed to do what they want.
When a group of people do the same things and get the same result in spite of the result being contrary to their stated goals, what they get is their actual goal. APL is on track to reduce energy costs by more than $7.2 million over the next five years thanks to a variety of conservation initiatives spearheaded by the Technical Services Department (TSD). APL recently developed its own indoor temperature management program to reduce main campus electric costs and help shrink the Laboratory’s carbon footprint. Perhaps APL’s most innovative energy-saving effort is the planned District Utility Plant Chilled Water Optimization project.

The novel optimization technology will increase the efficiency of the chiller plant by an estimated 35%.
Moormann says he first began thinking about the potential use of optimization technology at the Laboratory after learning about it from technical consortiums. The project’s cost savings, which will begin by the end of the year, are augmented by a significant BGE rebate.
Each year, Lawrence Livermore National Lab provides an outline of the US' energy economy in the form of a giant flow chart that tracks all the major sources of energy, from solar to petroleum, and where that energy ends up, with categories of use including electrical generation and transportation. The outlines of 2012 show little change, as coal, natural gas, and nuclear dominate electricity generation, while petroleum provides for almost all of the US' transportation needs, with small contributions from natural gas and biofuels. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Conde Nast. Also if the heating is switched on make sure all windows and doors are closed to keep in the warmth. Also remember to turn off the heating when the office is vacant a perfect example of this being Christmas break.
California has embarked on an ambitious, unprecedented program to provide one-third of its power from renewable energy sources by 2020.
But the amount is known only to the California Public Utilities Commission, which keeps the figures under wraps for years. In 2006, SB 107, by State Senator Joe Simitian, D-Palo Alto, increased and accelerated the renewable target goals while continuing to limit procurement if prices were too high. As of last August, $773 million had been allocated — but a whopping $6 billion is needed to pay for all of the above-market contracts that have been approved.
The cost of these systems dropped 19-23 percent in California (depending on the size of the system) from late 2008 to mid-2010. In 2009, a consultant estimated there would be a 7 percent increase, but that study is already out of date because “all of the assumptions are totally wrong in respect to price. Partnering with The Johns Hopkins University Facilities team, Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE), and state and local governments, the Laboratory is implementing programs focused on sustainability while reducing energy consumption, increasing reliability, and saving money.
In the first few months of the program, APL reduced its carbon footprint by about 2,000 metric tonsa€”the equivalent of carbon dioxide emissions from 510 cars annually. The Laboratory will recoup $240,000 this year through BGE’s Smart Energy Savers program. To reach this goal, the Maryland Public Service Commission approved higher rebates for corporations from 2012 to 2014, increasing their incentives to install efficient lighting, appliances, and HVAC systems, and for new construction with these features. APL will take advantage of newly available technology and be one of the first to put it to use in the state of Maryland in its District Utility Plant, which currently provides chilled water for air conditioning and hot water for heating to buildings 12, 15, 17, 20, and 21 (about one-third of the square footage on the main campus). The project is expected to spare the Laboratory more than $140,000 annually in electricity costs. The analysis for 2012 has just been released and is located at top; click the image to see a more legible version.
Wind experienced the largest percentage growth of any power source, and the people at Livermore who worked on the graph note that solar installations boomed as a global supply glut led to huge price reductions.
To really get a better sense for how things are shifting, it's worth going back to the 2008 flow chart. It’s likely to be expensive replacing oil and cheap natural gas with costly, inefficient solar and wind power.

The enabling legislation in 2002 for what is known as the Renewables Portfolio Standard, SB 1078, required that the cost of proposed renewable projects be compared to the market price of energy, and that procurement be restricted if the project’s price is too high. Although scheduled to be completed it 2014, it may not be hooked up to the electrical grid until 2018 after needed upgrades are made. I agree with Commissioner [Mike] Florio [the only vote against the Mojave project], who said that we should be getting twice the amount of renewable energy for the price of this contract.
But, at the same time the utility bid prices for photovoltaic systems actually increased, according to the DRA.
It does speak a lot to the fact that there are political and other pressures that go into the final decision other than ‘best fit, least cost’ analysis. For example, it was thought solar thermal, big mirrors in the desert, was going to be the primary way we would reach the 33 percent target. By shutting offair handlers during evening and weekend hours at strategic locations throughout the Laboratory, APL is on track to save more than $700,000 per year while reducing its greenhouse gas output by about 5,000 metric tons per year as well.
By using state-of-the-art commercial lighting and energy-efficient building practices in the recent construction of Building 200, APL joined with the utility and the state to create a facility that met its technical and scientific needs while surpassing energy-use standards. These large energy efficient reversible fans are perfect for warehouses, manufacturing facilities, restaurants, refrigerated warehouses, gyms, pavilions, and more.For more information about high velocity low speed fans, please call us toll free at 1-800-803-1083 or send us a message. To begin with, the overall energy use dropped compared to the year before, despite an overall growth in gross domestic product. And this is taking place before any of the Obama administration's regulations on carbon dioxide emissions are finalized.
If wind continues on its current trajectory of growth, it's likely to surpass hydropower within five years. An earlier report also provides a definition of the "rejected energy" values shown in this one; in brief, it's a measure of energy efficiency.
It also provided for above-market costs to be paid from a state-controlled above-market fund, rather than passing the extra cost on to the consumer.
It goes to the oversight of utilities by regulators who feel it’s their job to give the utilities what they want when they want it.
High-efficiency windows, air-conditioning and heating systems, energy-efficient interior and exterior lighting, white reflective roofs, and insulation with high thermal resistance are just some of the cost-saving measures used in the design and construction of new Laboratory buildings. But the low cost of natural gas is also inhibiting a power source that the Obama administration has encouraged: nuclear power. Biomass remains the largest renewable power source in the US, with contributions to home heating, industrial processes, and biofuel-powered transportation. These were largely old plants in need of extensive repairs, and the low cost of natural gas simply made the repairs uneconomical. This scenario is likely to be repeated over the next several years, while the construction of any new plants is likely to take several more years.

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