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Electric Baseload: A Thousand Tiny Bites ACI NJ: Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2008 – 8:30 am – 10:00 am Atlantic City, NJ Rana Belshe Conservation Connection Consulting Fairchild, Wisconsin 715-334-2707 A. Tamasin Sterner Pure Energy Lancaster, Pennsylvania 717-293-8990

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The Systems Approach Works

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Why Address Baseload? Power Use is Rising Mark Fortney, 2007, PHRC, PA Home Energy Forum

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Refrigerators, water warming and lighting are key baseload issues. We\'re not managing them in this session on the grounds that…

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@ $.09/kWh "NRDC Study of Set Top Box and Game Console Power Use", Peter Ostendorp, Ecos Consulting, May 2007

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Plug Load Energy Use is Increasing U.S. conveyed private vitality utilization by end utilize, 2001, 2004, 2015, and 2030 (million Btu for every family unit) Source: Energy Information Administration 2006

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In This Session We Will Define key terms Examine the scope of "run of the mill" family electric use Look at office and home electronic/diversion end utilizes Point to some accommodating assets Explore methodologies to lessen private electric baseload use

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Total Household Electric Use = Baseload + Seasonal Baseload: Electricity used to power things utilized year round Seasonal use: Electricity used to give warming, cooling, frequently dehumidification Source: 2005 Building Energy Data Book

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Baseload Refined

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Plug Load Baseload Energy Use by Product Category 2007 Ecos Consulting, "Last Field Research Report": Share of Plug Load Energy Use by Product Category 27

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Whole New Language Miscellaneous Electricity Leaking power Active power Low power Indeterminate Power Sleep/rest Power administration Standby Phantom burden Vampire Power surge & concealment Frequency direction Transient voltage Internal Power Supplies External Power Supplies Transformers (AC to DC power) Cubes Wall warts Power packs Bricks

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Power versus Energy service bill – meter – cost Watt hour - Wh kiloWatt hour - kWh\ Power nameplate – crest –instantaneous request Watt - W kiloWatt - kW

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Power Supplies: A Growing Component Function: change over divider voltage air conditioning to low voltage dc expected to work today\'s advanced chips, LED markers, shows, and so on 6% to 10% of U.S. power courses through the country\'s 3.6 billion force supplies Roughly 1 to 2% of U.S. power could be spared by enhancing power supply proficiency $2.1 to 4.2 billion spared by purchasers on their power charges Prevent arrival of 40 to 80 million tons of CO 2 into the air Equivalent of taking 2.3 to 4.6 million autos off the street Equivalent of building around 4.5 to 9 normal measured force plants 2007 Ecos Consulting, "Last Field Research Report"

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Power Settings & Mode "OFF" ON REALLY OFF No force Unplugged Power exchanged off with strip or other control gadget Active power Low power mode Indeterminate force Sleep/rest Standby force Phantom burden Vampire power Idle force Anything with a remote, show, touchpad, or light is utilizing power notwithstanding when turned "off"

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Power: On versus Off: Ent . Framework # 1

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Energy: COST When On & Off Based on staring at the TV 3 hrs/day

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Ave. Yearly Use Without DVRs 100-200 kWh With DVRs 200-400 ec 2007 Ecos Consulting, "Last Field Research Report": Share of Plug Load Energy Use by Product Category 27

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Entertainment System #2 Metered 118 Watts when turned "off" Cost Calculation 118 W x 8760 hrs/yr x .001W/kW = 1033 kWh @ $0.14/kWh = $145/yr

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Diagnostics: Getting & Using Power (W) & Energy (kWh) data Requires: Deciphering the conspicuous Tracking, perusing, recording, computing and metering

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Entertainment System #3 Home Theater utilize 150 Watts when "off" ! Plasma TV: 33 W Amplifier: 19 W TiVO : 29 W HDTV DVR: 44 W Audio Receiver: 5 W UPS: 20 W Danny Parker, FSEC, 2008

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PIER Annual kWh of TVs by Mode Standby force is comparable paying little respect to TV sort or size. More current TVs utilize significantly more vitality than more established ones. Bigger and more current advances (plasma & back projection) have a tendency to be utilized increasingly and are oftentimes part of a bigger excitement set up. Source: Ecos Consulting, "Last Field Research Report", 2007

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1200 kWh for 2 TVs Cost @ $.14/kWh $168/year ACI NW 2007; www.efficientproducts.org

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The measure of vitality devoured by TV\'s in the US every year is set to rise, the NRDC predicts. The development will originate from more TV\'s in the home, more noteworthy TV seeing time, developing screen size and higher-determination shows. NRDC ACI HP Conf 2007; www.efficientproducts.org

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Game Console Power Use Consumption NRDC Study of Set Top Box and Game Console Power Use, May 2007, Peter Ostendorp, Ecos Consulting

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So… How much vitality does a screen saver save?

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Computers Average desktop PC framework draws 140W all things considered, an ENERGY STAR PC utilizes 70% less power than standard unit—however just if power administration components are enacted Major productivity picks up as far as interior force supplies; all the more coming Monitor represents around one a large portion of the utilization 17" shading screen utilizes around 35% more vitality than a 14" shading screen Laser printers draw around 33% of print force when on standby – 100W or so DOE PC cost number cruncher Check DOE & www.energystar.gov for extraordinary stuff on this.

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Desktop PC versus Laptop Source: Ecos Consulting, "Last Field Research Report", 2007

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Our PC World Power modes differ Active power Low power - Sleep Off - Standby In 2000 almost 4.2 million individuals telecommuted. Up from 3.4 million in 1990, the number is ascending to 60% of office PCs are left on overnight

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Managing Computer Power Use Learn about and Activate Power Management Functions http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=power_mgt.pr_power_management Maximize rest highlights with free programming, for example, CO2 Saver from http://co2saver.snap.com/Turn off screen if not utilizing for > 5-20 min. what\'s more, both CPU and screen if not utilizing for > 30-60 min. Use electrical extensions for positive "off" and control of peripherals Establish models and give staff preparing re: different force modes and close down moves

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PC & Peripheral Use CPU running VISTA Sleep: 4W standby Shut Down: 2W standby Printer: 3W standby Monitor: 1W standby UPS/Battery go down powerstrip: 8W standby Active Power for all the above: 140W

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Other Office Equipment Rarely metered. But … when managing strange high utilize. For instance: 15 year old fax machine utilized 483 watts for 3 seconds, each 10-12 seconds. Fax Printer Copiers All-in-one units Scanners Routers Servers Audio speakers ipod & MP3 players and so forth and so forth.

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Battery Charging Systems; Power Supplies; External Power Adapters More than 1 billion/yr dispatched around the world! Case from Danny\'s carport: DeWalt Drill, & electric lamp: 4 W standby each, 34 Watt charging LiHi Battery charger: 4 W standby weed trimmer : 4W standby Inefficient items and uncontrolled use speaks to giant waste

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Power Supplies: A Growing Component Function: change over divider voltage air conditioning to low voltage dc expected to work today\'s computerized chips, LED markers, shows, and so forth 6% to 10% of U.S. power moves through the country\'s 3.6 billion force supplies Roughly 1 to 2% of U.S. power could be spared by enhancing power supply productivity $2.1 to 4.2 billion spared by purchasers on their power charges Prevent arrival of 40 to 80 million tons of CO 2 into the environment Equivalent of taking 2.3 to 4.6 million autos off the street Equivalent of building around 4.5 to 9 normal estimated power plants 2007 Ecos Consulting, "Last Field Research Report"

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Battery Types & Chargers Matter Battery chargers with comparable charging limit use differing measures of vitality to charge & keep up the battery 2007 Ecos Consulting, "Last Field Research Report"

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Battery Charging Strategies Chargers can attract 5 to 20 times more power than they can store so... Unplug chargers once battery is charged Use clock to control charge cycle Choose gear taking into account charging execution Buy proficient chargers Use rechargeable batteries Use electrical extensions to rearrange separating chargers

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Advanced Power Strip Options http://www. p3international .com http://wattstopper .com http://www.smarthomeusa.com/Shop/Smart-Energy/Smart-Strip/

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Simple Payback for Power Strips Using a standard electrical extension spared 0.5 kWh/day for amusement framework #1– around 183 kWh/yr Using an Occupancy Sensor strip in home office w/25W standby spared around 0.3 kWh/day – around 109 kWh/yr Is this huge? These two activities spared 292 kWh/yr At $.14/kWh this equivalents about $40/yr For a seven month payback!

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Power Strip Purchase Tips Get surge assurance and diminished vitality use. Details: clipping voltage (the amount of power will trigger it) of no less than 330 vitality scattering rating (the amount of power will make it come up short) of no less than 400 joules, reaction time of 10 nanoseconds or less www.alliantenergy.com

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Standby Power & Low Energy Homes The less vitality a home uses, the greater part of the aggregate vitality use standby force gets to be When power is site created—PV, wind, and so on.— diminishing standby burdens turns out to be considerably more vital. At 1-2 kWh/day (FSEC measured), standby force breaks even with 20% of PV yield for a 2 kW exhibit! Littler burden = Smaller framework = Lower cost

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Plug Load and Hardwired Standby Use in Orlando, FL Home Compressor Crankcase Heater in AC: 40 W Zone Dampers on Air Handle

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