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Clean Energy Forum, March 29, 2011

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<ul><li> 1. March 29, 2011 </li> <li> 2. Agenda Welcome &amp; Opening Remarks Keynote Address Municipal Energy Panel Networking &amp; Roundtable DiscussionsPlease feel free to seat yourself by topic according to interest and expertise. The electricity for this event has been matched by Mass Energy with local, clean wind power from the New England Wind Fund. </li> <li> 3. MetroFuture Energy GoalsGoal #34: The region will be a national leader in the green technology and clean energy sectors.Goal #56: The region will use progressively less energy for electricity, heating, cooling, and transportation.Goal #57: The region will be a national leader in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.Goal #59: The region will produce more renewable energy and will obtain more of its energy from renewable sources. </li> <li> 4. Clean Energy Initiative Policy Development &amp; Advocacy Technical Assistance Regional Energy Managers Regional ESCO Preliminary Site Assessment Workshops &amp; Networking Regional BaselineCarlos Gotay Martinez </li> <li> 5. Where Are We Now? Energy Projects in the MAPC Region Q: Do you have a municipal staff member focused on energy or sustainability?Yes one or more full-timestaff 23%Yes part time staff positionNot yet, but under 52%consideration 18%No 7% </li> <li> 6. Where Are We Now?Energy Projects in the MAPC Region Q: Does your municipalitys zoning have provisions specifically for renewable energy development? Yes At least some facilities allowed as of right 27% Yes Only by special permit 43% No Zoning has been drafted and is under consideration 9% No Zoning under development 9% 12% Has not been seriously considered or proposed </li> <li> 7. Where Are We Now? Energy Projects in the MAPC Region Q: What energy efficiency projects has your municipality done?6050403020100 86.0% 84.2% 73.7% 42.1% 29.8% 28.1% 15.8% Energy Audits Lighting Building High-Efficiency ESCO Energy Other Upgrades Upgrades Vehicles Contracting Conservation Plan </li> <li> 8. Keynote Address Frank Gorke, Assistant Secretary for Energy Commonwealth of Massachusetts </li> <li> 9. Perspectives onOur Clean Energy Journey March 2011 Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs </li> <li> 10. Clean Energy Journey Context Best Clean Energy State in Nation Role of Cities and Towns Priorities -- Economic Growth Efficiency Renewables Jobs Goals Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs </li> <li> 11. MA has High Electricity Prices Source: EIA Form 82612 Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs </li> <li> 12. but MA gets lots of $GDP per MMBTU Source: EIA/Bureau of Economic Analysis 2008 Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs </li> <li> 13. Clean Energy Legislation 2008 Green Communities Act Expands EE delivery mechanisms and goals RPS expansion and strengthening targets of 1997 Act Net metering provisions Establishes DOERs Green Communities Program Global Warming Solutions Act 2020 commitments 10-25% below 1990 levels 2050 commitments 80% or more below 1990 levels Oceans Management Act Provides zoning-like planning of state waters Identifies presumptive areas for wind development Clean Energy Jobs MA Clean Energy Center as clean jobs focal point Clean Energy Biofuels Act Support for advanced biofuels Paves way for transition to LCFS14 Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs </li> <li> 14. Cities and Towns Valued Partners Trusted partnerships enabling better energy decisions for all Examples of success assessments, investments, reduced consumption, savings Sharing best practices homeowners, renters, all businesses, institutions State and local governments leading by example Learning partners in what works well and what can work better 351 Community Partners engaging and empowering everyone Each with approaches tailored to their needs Enabling tangible progress 64 Stretch Code Communities 53 Green Communities Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs </li> <li> 15. 53 Green CommunitiesExecutive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs </li> <li> 16. MassEnergyInsightMassEnergyInsight enables cities and towns to perform key energy management tasks:1. Develop an energy use baseline2. Benchmark building performance3. Identify priority targets for energy efficiency investments4. Show the results of energy efficiency investments5. Highlight any irregularities in energy use6. Develop a greenhouse gas emissions inventory7. Generate reports for stakeholders8. Forecast energy budgets Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs </li> <li> 17. 64 Stretch Code Communities Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs </li> <li> 18. Energy Efficiency Trends 60,000 Energy Efficiency 55,000 Delivered 50,000 Generation delivered by 45,000 Investor-Owned Utilities 40,000 1991 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 201119 Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs Source: DOER </li> <li> 19. Energy Efficiency Most ambitious EE program in the country; 3 X California/capita; Doubling of employment in EE services since 2007 $2 Billion Investment = $6 Billion Savings Cheapest new source of energy; By 2020 20% electricity through EE; 5%-6% GHG reductions Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs </li> <li> 20. RPS / APS Cumulative Obligations RPS / APS Minimum Standard 30% APS Percent Obligation, % 25% Class II - WTE 20% Class II 15% Class I - Solar Class I 10% 5% 0% 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Compliance Year21 Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs </li> <li> 21. MA RPS Class I Technology Trend 2,500 Hydro Wind 2,000 Solar PV Landfill Methane 1,500 Biomass GWh Anaerobic Digester 1,000 500 0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 ComplianceYear Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs22 </li> <li> 22. Wind 10-fold increase in wind from 3.1 MW to more than 30 MW by end of 2010; Building the wind cluster: Wind Blade Test Facility; Cape Wind Vestas R&amp;D Siemens Offshore MassTank/EEW New Bedford Port; FloDesign American Superconductor First Wind Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs </li> <li> 23. 250 MW Goal 70 20 X Solar Growth 60 CSII&amp;CSStim Over 2,900 projects 50 Solar employers Utility Owned have grown from 50 40 Stimulus before Comm Solar to over 200 in 2009 30 Commonwealth Solar I 20 2007 Pre 10 2007 0 2007-201024 Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs </li> <li> 24. Solar All types of projects Homes Schools Businesses State and local government Utilities All over the state Doubling of employment in solar manufacturing and installation between 2007 to 2009. Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs </li> <li> 25. Clean Energy Economic Opportunity &gt; 11,000 people in clean energy sector; up 65% since 2007 Jobs in solar manufacturing, installation and services have tripled since 2007 Jobs in energy efficiency services have doubled since 2007 Companies leading the charge: A123; CSG; FloDesign; TPI Composites; Boston Power; Siemens; American Superconducto...</li></ul>

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