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Energy Efficiency Program Presentation for Senator Padilla December 15, 2011 Energy Efficiency Program Presentation for Senator Padilla December 15, 2011

Customer Energy Efficiency Guiding Principles Establish Clear & Achievable Annual Energy Savings Targets to Customer Energy Efficiency Guiding Principles Establish Clear & Achievable Annual Energy Savings Targets to 2020 Offer Cost-Effective Program Elements Provide Customer Support & Continuous Improvement of Customer Experience Support Job Creation in Los Angeles Demand Rigorous Field Verification of Program Measures & Energy Savings Invest in Los Angeles Promote Conservation & Sustainable Practices Save Money for our Customer 2

Energy Efficiency: A Smart Investment Customers save money by using less energy REDUCES CARBON Energy Efficiency: A Smart Investment Customers save money by using less energy REDUCES CARBON FOOTPRINT Reduces amount of energy needed to meet customer demand Reduces City’s carbon footprint (GHG emissions) by displacing fossil fuel Avoids infrastructure costs Creates local jobs Continues LA’s commitment to conserve CREATES LOCAL JOBS 3

Low Cost of Energy Efficiency The least expensive kilowatt is the one never generated Low Cost of Energy Efficiency The least expensive kilowatt is the one never generated * Data as of November 2011 Avoided cost of Energy Efficiency includes the blended cost of gas fired and renewable generation of 8. 5 cents/KWh; does not capture avoided fixed costs of capacity, like distribution and integration costs. 4

Energy Efficiency Funding Revenue Sources Today LADWP Customers Federal Grants New Borrowing 5 Energy Efficiency Funding Revenue Sources Today LADWP Customers Federal Grants New Borrowing 5

Energy Efficiency Program Drivers Customer Needs Technology Advances Reasonable Incentives Adequate Resources Outreach Regulatory Energy Efficiency Program Drivers Customer Needs Technology Advances Reasonable Incentives Adequate Resources Outreach Regulatory Standards 6

Potential Study Key Findings: Commercial Sector shows highest potential for savings with biggest opportunities Potential Study Key Findings: Commercial Sector shows highest potential for savings with biggest opportunities in lighting Share of Energy Use 2009 -10 Industrial 9% Residential 34% Commercial 57% Share of Cumulative Energy Savings by 2019 -20* Industrial 4% Residential 28% Commercial 68% *Based on Advanced Program 7

Top Energy Uses by Customer Sector Residential 7, 677 GWh Commercial 13, 156 GWh Top Energy Uses by Customer Sector Residential 7, 677 GWh Commercial 13, 156 GWh Industrial 2, 300 GWh 8

Energy Efficiency Progress to Date In 2006, LADWP set goal of 10% energy savings Energy Efficiency Progress to Date In 2006, LADWP set goal of 10% energy savings over 10 years. Progress to date is less that we’d like: 3. 1% in 5 years 9

Annual Energy Savings We are not on Target to meet 10% by 2020 10 Annual Energy Savings We are not on Target to meet 10% by 2020 10

LADWP Follows Strict Protocols to Measure & Verify Energy Efficiency In-House Reviews: Conduct pre- LADWP Follows Strict Protocols to Measure & Verify Energy Efficiency In-House Reviews: Conduct pre- and post-installation inspections 3 rd-Party Reviews (AB 2021) Since 2003, we have received independent measurement and verification of energy savings Revising 3 rd-party review to reflect new evaluation component in collaboration with California Energy Commission. Expect to develop new external review in 1 st Quarter, 2012 11

LADWP ARRA Programs Presentation for Senator Padilla December 15, 2011 LADWP ARRA Programs Presentation for Senator Padilla December 15, 2011

Other Program Drivers – ARRA Grant Programs Federal Grant Programs - American Recovery and Other Program Drivers – ARRA Grant Programs Federal Grant Programs - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) • Low-income Weatherization $ 8. 5 million • Energy Efficiency & Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Non-Profit Conservation Program: $1. 9 million Community Outreach, Research and Public Education Grants to Non-Profits: $1. 5 million Enhanced Utility Incentives -Whole house incentives $4. 1 million -Retrocommissioning -Commercial Lighting and Custom Measures -Refrigerator Exchange for Transitional Housing Study of On-Bill Financing: $. 05 million Total $16. 05 million 13

ARRA Programs 2010 -11 Commercial Programs Non-Profit Conservation Program: ü ü No-cost audit & ARRA Programs 2010 -11 Commercial Programs Non-Profit Conservation Program: ü ü No-cost audit & retrofit services to selected non-profits Lighting replacements offered Rebates provided for selected upgrades and retrofit work Benefits through reduced energy use, lower bills, & hands-on experience to share with communities served Recipient Non-Profits: ü ~80 non-profits have received audits and/or technical assistance through the program ü ~60 are expected to receive actual retrofits through the program ü Recipients are distributed throughout the City, every Council District represented ü Retrofits to be completed April/May 2012 14

2010 -11 ARRA Grant Program Community Outreach Recipients 15 2010 -11 ARRA Grant Program Community Outreach Recipients 15

ARRA Programs 2010 -11 Summary of Outreach Efforts 24 community outreach partners: ü $90, ARRA Programs 2010 -11 Summary of Outreach Efforts 24 community outreach partners: ü $90, 000 granted per Council District ü Two at-large projects ü Each provides quarterly community reports Outreach Activities: ü ü ü Developed conservation messages in multiple languages and media Held conservation fairs with targeted information and activities Conducted topic-focused workshops and forums Engaged community members in door-to-door campaigns Provided CFLs, showerheads, aerators, and energy monitors to selected recipients ü Utilized youth to develop and deliver messages ü Efforts to be completed March-April 2012 16

ARRA 2010 -11 Grant Funded Commercial Programs RCx Express - Retro-commissioning: ü Pilot introduced ARRA 2010 -11 Grant Funded Commercial Programs RCx Express - Retro-commissioning: ü Pilot introduced in June 2011, www. ladwp. com/rcx ü Rebate for up to 13 building “tune-up” measures ü HVAC airside and waterside measures, plus lighting ü Examples: adjusting airside economizers & restoring lighting occupancy sensors ü Innovative prescriptive process helps achieve savings quickly ü Rebate to commercial buildings on $0. 08 per k. Wh saved ü Savings estimated by online tool at California Commissioning Collaborative and verified by LADWP engineers ü Projects must be completed by April 2012 17

ARRA 2010 -11 Grant Funded Financial Assistance Programs • Study of On-Bill Financing: • ARRA 2010 -11 Grant Funded Financial Assistance Programs • Study of On-Bill Financing: • Exploration of on-bill financing for home energy improvements & repayment through utility bill • Expanded research includes consideration of nonresidential customers • Potential options include: • 3 rd party financing • Partner with local gas utility • Targeted MOU with selected customers as pilot • Consulting with various entities, including CA utilities and other interested & experienced entities

Program Progress To Date Total Grant Allocation: $8. 5 million* Total funds expended to Program Progress To Date Total Grant Allocation: $8. 5 million* Total funds expended to date: $5. 1 Million Units Weatherized: 979 Customers in queue: 1, 689 Projected Number of Customers Served: 2, 668 Targeted Goal: 2, 544 Total Jobs Created: 85 *Funds will be fully expended by March 2012 Forecasted Unit Production

Weatherization Production Schedule Weatherization Production Schedule

Green Jobs Creation Partnerships* with local agencies to establish a “Green Jobs Pipeline” in Green Jobs Creation Partnerships* with local agencies to establish a “Green Jobs Pipeline” in Los Angeles for the creation of clean energy jobs and to support the City’s commitment to increased energy efficiency and renewable energy production. The UPCT program provides 18 months of on-the-job training for new employees who gain on the job training with journey-level or skilled craft workers. • IBEW Local 18, LAANE, SCOPE, LATT, and LA Work. Source Centers

After ARRA: Going Forward Develop a residential home services, direct install program. Targeted Customers: After ARRA: Going Forward Develop a residential home services, direct install program. Targeted Customers: Low-income and moderately low -income* residential customers. Install energy efficiency weatherization measures that positively impact the LADWP’s core fuel sources. *Low-income customer who don’t qualify under the current “low-income guidelines.

Questions or Comments? 24 Questions or Comments? 24

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION 25 SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION 25

LADWP Recommendations for Savings: Residential Customers Areas of achievable savings from new and existing LADWP Recommendations for Savings: Residential Customers Areas of achievable savings from new and existing programs through 2020 Existing Programs: Consumer Rebate Refrigerator Recycling Low-Income Refrigerator Exchange New Programs Low-Income Weatherization Whole-House Approach -Rebate Program -Audits for High Users Residential Lighting Education & Outreach 26

LADWP Recommendations for Savings: Commercial & Industrial Customers Areas of achievable savings from new LADWP Recommendations for Savings: Commercial & Industrial Customers Areas of achievable savings from new and existing programs through 2020 Existing Programs: New Programs: Commercial Lighting Efficiency Offer Retro-commissioning Rebates Chiller Efficiency LAUSD Efficiency Program Refrigeration Non-profit Energy Conservation Program Custom Performance HVAC Rebate Program New Construction Incentive Thermal Energy Storage Rebate Program Energy Efficiency Loans Accelerated City Lighting Program Energy Audits Business Lighting Direct Install Technical Assistance On-bill Financing 27

Energy Efficiency Rebates in Action Putting It All Together Example: Large Office Buildings Estimated Energy Efficiency Rebates in Action Putting It All Together Example: Large Office Buildings Estimated Energy Savings (k. Wh)* Custom Performance Program $ Rebates Simple Payback** 2, 821, 600 $107, 000 10 months (VFDs on HVAC equipment) Custom Performance Program ($310, 376 svgs/yr) 1, 953, 300 $34, 625 (Carbon Monoxide control system in parking structure) Chiller Efficiency Program 147, 700 $59, 450 (300 ton) Commercial Lighting Program (Hi-perf ballasts, reduced watt tubes) 0 months ($16, 245 svgs/yr) 596, 300 $100, 875 (Hi-perf ballasts, reduced watt tubes) Commercial Lighting Program 2 months ($214, 753 svgs/yr) 0 months ($65, 500 svgs/yr) 161, 223 $96, 450 5 months ($17, 735 svgs/yr) * Estimated annual k. Wh savings ** Estimated using $0. 11 per k. Wh 28 28

Energy Efficiency Rebates in Action Putting It All Together Example: Medium Retail Estimated Energy Energy Efficiency Rebates in Action Putting It All Together Example: Medium Retail Estimated Energy Savings (k. Wh)* Custom Performance Program Rebates Simple Payback** 30, 734 $2, 459 33 months (Energy mgmt control system) Commercial Lighting Program ($3, 424 svgs/yr) 53, 134 $9, 150 (Hi-perf ballasts and tubes) Commercial Lighting Program (Hi-perf ballasts and tubes) 5 months ($5, 845 svgs/yr) 39, 213 $6, 996 3 months ($4, 313 svgs/yr) * Estimated annual k. Wh savings ** Estimated using $0. 11 per k. Wh 29 29

Energy Efficiency Rebates in Action Putting It All Together Example: Large Hotel Estimated Energy Energy Efficiency Rebates in Action Putting It All Together Example: Large Hotel Estimated Energy Savings (k. Wh)* Custom Performance Program Rebates Simple Payback** 959, 100 $76, 724 24 months (VFD, energy mgmt ctrl system) Commercial Lighting Program ($105, 500 svgs/yr) 128, 825 $33, 858 (High-performance ballasts and tubes) Chiller Efficiency Program (Water cooled centrifugal) 0. 5 months ($14, 171 svgs/yr) 39, 213 $53, 256 0 months ($10, 634 svgs/yr) * Estimated annual k. Wh savings ** Estimated using $0. 11 per k. Wh 30 30

Cost Comparison 31 Cost Comparison 31

For More Information Program information and rebate applications can be found online www. LADWP. For More Information Program information and rebate applications can be found online www. LADWP. com/cleo (Commercial Lighting Program) www. LADWP. com/custom (Custom Performance Program) www. LADWP. com/newconstruction (coming soon!) www. LADWP. com/crp (Residential Rebates) 32 32