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1 City of Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) 2014 to 2019 Prepared by: Issued June 2014

2 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) Table&of&Contents& Our Commitment to Energy Conservation Introduction Timmins Current Energy Performance The Green Energy Act and Regulation 397/ Corporate Energy Conservation and Management Policy STRATEGY 1: Corporate Practices Energy Efficient Purchasing Energy Procurement The Energy Management Team: Roles and Responsibilities STRATEGY 2: Education, Awareness and Outreach STRATEGY 3: Energy Information Management Energy Monitoring and Targeting Timmins Energy Management Portal Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) Measurement & Verification STRATEGY 4: Energy Improvement Activities Our Energy Conservation Successes Planned Conservation Initiatives Energy Conservation Action Plan...23 APPENDIX A: Facility Energy Usage APPENDIX B: Timmins Energy Conservation Employee Feedback and Suggestion Process Page 1 of 27 Version 1.0 June 2014

3 P Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) Our Commitment to Energy Conservation I 220 Algonquin Boulevard East, Timmins, ON P4N 1B3 January 24, 2014 To the Citizens, Partners and Friends of the City of Timmins, In the spirit of reducing the impact of rising energy costs and in response to current regulatory requirements, the Corporation of the City of Timmins has developed a comprehensive 5- Year Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan. This plan and its related strategies and initiatives is supported by Council and senior City Staff. Our Energy Conservation and Demand Energy Management ( CDM) Plan was undertaken to respond to the Green Energy Act. Ontario Regulation 397/ 11 made under the Green Energy Act, 2009 and published on August 25, 2011, requires all public agencies to prepare an Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan (" the CDM Plan"). This CDM Plan fulfils the reporting requirements of the Green Energy Act, providing the City of Timmins with a framework to support continued energy and sustainability initiatives within the built environment as well as operations and programs. The Plan further identifies opportunities for continued energy conservation measures and sustainability initiatives to build on existing plans and conservation efforts. Implementation of all initiatives will be subject to future budget approvals. Our Energy Conservation and Demand Energy Management Plan has been developed to address the fiscal, societal, and environmental costs and risks associated with energy consumption. Proper energy management will allow the City of Timmins to display leadership, improve the delivery of services while saving money, and enhance the overall quality of life within the City. Warm: s Regards, Mark Jensen, : A, MPL, MCIP, RPP Director of Co I nity & Development Services turf TIMMINS Building Department Telephone: ( 705) Fax: 705) E- mail: Page 2 of 27 Version 1.0 June 2014

4 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) 1.0 Introduction Energy costs across Ontario continue to rise year after year making it challenging for Municipal Governmentstobalancetheiroperationbudgets.Thechangesinpricinghavebeenduetoanumberof different factors. For electricity, the price increases have been caused by new expensive renewable energysourcesandtheretirementoftraditionalgenerationcapacity.naturalgasprices,whilestable for a number of years have also begun to rise. Volatility in natural gas prices has also returned as illustratedinlargepriceincreasesseenthroughoutthewinterof2013l2014. The province s LongLTerm Energy Plan has predicted that electricity costs in the province will rise an averageof7.9%peryearbetween2010and2015.intermsofthecity sbudget,thiswouldamountto anincreaseof$725,000peryearbasedoncurrentspending. In responsetobothregulatoryimpetusandrisingenergycosts,thecityoftimminshasdeveloped a CorporateEnergyConservationandDemandManagementPlan( theplan ).AcomprehensivePlanis themosteffectivemethodofidentifyingenergyconservationopportunities,selectivelyimplementthe bestprojectsandthenmeasuringtheireffectiveness.thisplanhasbeendevelopedinordertoprotect theinterestofourconstituentsandensurethatthecityoftimminsderivesthebestvaluefromour operating budgets. It will provide a blueprint for lowering our energy use within City operations, creatingopportunitiestoconsumeless,whileminimizingtheimpactofpredicted increases in energy prices. Thewiseandefficientuseofenergyaretwoofthelowestcostoptionsformeetingenergydemands, while providing many other environmental, economic and social benefits, including reducing greenhousegas(ghg)emissions,costavoidanceandsavings.alongwiththeprimarybenefits,thewise and efficient use of energy also promotes local economic development opportunities, energy system reliability,improvedenergysupplysecurity,andreducedpricevolatility. ThisPlanistheculminationofaprocessinvolvingthe: Integrationofestablishingabaselineforperformancetobemeasuredagainst; Settingforfutureperformancegoalsandobjectives; Continuousimprovementthroughidentificationofenergyconservationpotential; Strategicalignmentofimprovementmeasureimplementationandfiscalconstraints;and, Evaluation,measurementandcommunicationofresultsachieved. The following report summarizes the significant effort applied by the Timmins Energy Conservation TeamtocreateaPlanthatcanbeimplementedresponsibly,overtime,tocreatelastingresults.The Plantakesadvantageofsubstantialinternalexpertiseaswellasallavailableexternalfinancialincentives andrebatesbeingofferedtosupporttheimplementationofenergysavingsideas.thecurrentenergy Page 3 of 27 Version 1.0 June 2014

5 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) pictureforthecityoftimminsandourfuturevision,goalsandobjectivesasshowninthecorporate EnergyConservationandManagementPolicyareoutlined.Ourfourstrategicfocusareasarediscussed indetailandour5lyearactionplanislaidoutonaprojectlbylprojectbasis. The 5LYear Corporate Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan will guide the City of Timmins towards a more energylefficient future. The policies, practices and energy conservation measuresidentifiedillustratetheimportancethatthecityplacesonactingresponsiblyregardingenergy consumptionthroughthewiseuseofresourcesincityoperations. & Page 4 of 27 Version 1.0 June 2014

6 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) 2.0 Timmins Current Energy Performance 2.1. Energy Baseline Effectively managing energy requires enacting appropriate energy monitoring procedures. The establishment of an accurate energy baseline is essential in this process. It will assist with energy conservation and greenhouse gas reduction target setting, energy procurement and budgeting, bill verification,energyawareness,andtheselectionandassessmentofpotentialenergyprojects.thecity oftimmins,likemanyothercommunities,reliesonitsutilitybillstoestablishitsenergybaseline. TheCityhaschosentheyear2011asitsbaselineyearformeasurement.ThisalignswiththeMinistryof Energy s Regulation 397/11 requirements for reporting. Overall, the City s consumption for the Year 2011 was 18.2 million kwh of electricity and 2.6 million m 3 of natural gas.this usage equates to spending$2.9millionforelectricityand$985,000fornaturalgasfortheyear(2011).thebreakdownof energyusebyfacilitytypefor2011is: Forcomparativepurposes,theenergyconsumptionbreakdownsbymonthfortheCityareasfollows: Page 5 of 27 Version 1.0 June 2014

7 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) NOTE:DuetoHydroOne sinabilitytoprovidebillinginformationfor2013,thisinformationhasnotbeen included. Page 6 of 27 Version 1.0 June 2014

8 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) 2.2. Current Performance In order to fully understand the current energy performance of City facilities and operations, it is important to discover the energy characteristics of each facility. By understanding these values, baselinescanbeestablishedandfutureretrofitsandimprovementstothebuildingscanbemonitored andtrackedtoensurethattheintendedbenefitsarefullyrealized. Timmins-2011-Top-15-Electricity-Users (1000's-kWh) Mountjoy-Arena Timmins-Museum-Center Timmins-Transit-Garage/Office Timmins-Public-Library Archie-Dillon-Sportsplex-Arena/Pool Timmins-Public-Works-Offices_Garage MacLean-Drive-Reservoir-and-Building Whitney-Arena-Complex Timmins-City-Police-Building-(New) Whitney>Tisdale-Waste-Water-Treatment Mattagami-Waste-Water-Treatment-Plant Timmins-Victor-M.-Power-Airport McIntyre-Arena->-Curling-Rink Golden-Manor Timmins-Water-Filtration-Plant 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 The City is currently embarking on a series of energy audits that will assist in creating energy use breakdownsforthesefacilities.overallenergyuseinformationbyfacilitycanbefoundinappendixa. Page 7 of 27 Version 1.0 June 2014

9 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) 3.0 The Green Energy Act and Regulation 397/11 The Ontario Provincial Government has committed to help public agencies better understand and managetheirenergyconsumption.aspartofthiscommitment,ontarioregulation397/11underthe Green Energy Act 2009 requires public agencies municipalities, municipal service boards, school boards,universities,collegesandhospitals toreportontheirenergyconsumptionandgreenhousegas (GHG) emissions annually beginning in 2013andtodevelopandimplementEnergyConservationand DemandManagement(CDM)plansstartingin2014. EachyearthefacilityenergyconsumptionresultsmustbereportedbyJuly1st,andtheoverallPlanwill needtobeupdatedonceeveryfiveyearsthereafter.theplanandenergyconsumptionfigureswillbe madeavailabletothepublicviathecity swebsite. Energyconservationanddemandmanagementplansarerequiredtoinclude: AsummaryoftheCity senergyconsumptionandemissions, Adescriptionofpreviousandcurrentenergyconservationmeasures, Adescriptionofrenewableenergymeasures, Detailsonthegoals,objectivesandproposedmeasuresthathavebeendeveloped, Aforecastofexpectedresultsforcurrentandproposedmeasures,and AcommitmentfromtheCouncilandtheCity sseniormanagement. ThisPlanhasbeendevelopedtocomplywitheachoftherequirementsspecifiedintheregulation. & & Page 8 of 27 Version 1.0 June 2014

10 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) 4.0 Corporate Energy Conservation and Management Policy Our Commitment: The City of Timmins is committed to allocating the necessary staff and resources to develop and implement a strategic energy management plan that will reduce energy consumption and its related environmentalimpact. Wearecommittedtomanagingenergyresponsiblyandwilluseenergyefficiencypracticesthroughout allofthefacilities,fleet,operationsandequipmentwhereveritiscosteffectivetodoso. Our Vision: The City of Timmins will minimize energy consumption, related costs, and carbon emissions by continuously improving its energy management practices without compromising the level of service deliverytothecommunity. Our Goals and Objectives: 1. ReduceEnergyIntensityinCityFacilitiesby5%by2019comparedtothebaseyear(2011). 2. Deliver a training and outreach program to help create a culture of conservation within the Corporation. All employees will have the appropriate knowledge and training, and will be empoweredtoreduceenergyconsumption. Establish)program)in)2013)and)maintain)going)forward.) 3. Implement a comprehensive corporate energy management policy, and enhance key existing businesspracticestoincludeenergyefficiencystandardsandenergymanagementbestpractices. Complete)policy)work)in)2013)and)review)annually.) 4. Monitorandtrackenergy use by providing an energy management system that makes energy consumptionvisibletoeveryoneinthecorporation,andsupportsfacility/managementdecision making. Launch) energy) management) information) system) in) 2013) and) maintain) going) forward.) ) 5. Deliver energy cost savings through the identification and implementation of processes, programsandprojectsthatwillreduceenergyconsumption. Assess)and)benchmark)the)top)energy)consuming)facilities)in)the)Corporation)(2013)) Identify)energy)savings)opportunities)through)analysis)of)the)capital)asset)renewal) program)(2013)and)ongoing)) Develop)and/or)enhance)standard)operating)and)maintenance)procedures)to)include) energy)conservation)best)practices)(2013)and)ongoing)) Page 9 of 27 Version 1.0 June 2014

11 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) Our Strategic Action Plan: Theenergymanagementactionplanisdividedintofourkeystrategieswhichsupportthedeliveryofour GoalsandObjectives. Strategy 1. Corporate Practices: Develop Corporate Policies and Practices that support the energy conservation effort and show leadershipandcommitmentwithinthecorporationandcommunity. EnergyProcurement CapitalEquipmentPurchasing(EnergyEfficientPurchasing) EnergyManagementTeam:Roles,ResponsibilitiesandAccountability Strategy 2. Education, Awareness & Outreach: Provide the guidance, leadership and framework necessary to empower employees and develop a cultureofconservation. EnergySkillsTrainingProgram EnergyAwarenessTraining Outreach,EngagementandRecognitionPrograms FeedbackSystemforEmployeeSuggestions EmployeeBrainstormingSessions Strategy 3. Energy Information Management: Establish indicators for energy conservation that will enable monitoring, reporting and continuous improvement.integrateenergyconsumptiondataintoexistingmanagementprocesses,planningand budgetdevelopment. EnergyMonitoringandReportingProgramfortheCommunity,Council,AccountableStaff andenergyusers EnergyBillVerification&Optimization(Electricity,Gas,Diesel) ReportingRequirementsforRegulation397/11oftheGreenEnergyAct. EstablishmentofKeyPerformanceIndicators(KPIs)/Benchmarking ImprovementProjectMeasurement&Verification Strategy 4. Energy Improvement Activities: Continuallyidentifyanddeliverenergyconservationprocesses,programsandprojectsinallareasofthe Corporation (facilities, fleet, equipment, water plants etc.). Demonstrate sound operating and maintenance practices to complement the energy efficiencies implemented through the capital asset renewalprogram. KeyFacilityEnergyAudits AssetRenewalPlan Capital(Large)&SmallEnergyImprovementProjectDelivery StandardOperatingProcedureReview Page 10 of 27

12 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) 5.0 STRATEGY 1: Corporate Practices 5.1. Energy Efficient Purchasing Energyefficiency,definedasareductioninenergyusetodeliverthesameserviceoroutput,involves decreasing the energy loss during production, supply and consumption. Energy efficient purchasing helps to minimize economic losses and reduce operating costs due to wasted energy, thereby decreasingtheoverallcostofeconomicgrowth.improvingenergyconsumptionpatternsatthecityof TimminswillyieldsignificantlongLtermbenefitstotheregionboththroughreducedenergydemand, andlowerenergyexpenditures. Newefficiencymeasuresputinplaceinourfacilitieswillnotonlybeseenbybusinessesandthepublic, but willdemonstrategoodenergymanagementpracticesandexhibit highlperformancetechnologies. Often the cost of upgrading to more efficient technologies and systems can be fully financed by the energycostsavingsoveraportionoftheequipmentorproductsexpectedlife. Guidelines for Energy Efficient Purchasing are currently being developed in conjunction with the Timmins Purchasing Department. The guideline will ensure the City purchases energy efficient equipment, supplies, and appliances wherever possible. Recognized product specifications such as Energy Star and Natural Resources Canada Office of Energy Efficiency (NRCOEE) guidelines and recommendationswillbeconsidered. Theprocurementandselectionofequipmentshouldfavourselectionofequipmentandvendorsthat meettheperformancespecificationswhilehavinglowerenergyconsumptionrequirements.equipment procurementdocumentsshouldincludespecificperformancemetricsinthecontractspecificationsthat requireequipmentvendorstoachievespecificenergytargetswhenitiscosteffectivetodoso. Inaddition,theuseoflifecyclecosting(consideringthelongLtermoperational,energyandmaintenance costs of large capital purchases) will be considered to ensure that the right purchasing decisions are made Energy Procurement The City has chosen to use the LAS Energy Procurement Services to provide a method of ensuring predictable electricity and natural gas commodity costs. This allows the City of Timmins to group Page 11 of 27

13 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) together with a number of other municipal entities throughout the province and utilize bulklbuying powertoleverageaggregatedenergypurchasing The Energy Management Team: Roles and Responsibilities ThefollowingdescribesthemembersoftheCityofTimminsEnergyManagementTeamalongwiththeir keyresponsibilities. EnergySponsor:DirectorofCommunity&DevelopmentServices TheEnergySponsorisultimatelyresponsibleforsecuringspendingauthorityandresourcesforthe programmeandisthehighestrankingmanagementpersonontheenergymanagementteam.this roleisresponsibleforsettingand/orlegitimizingtheprogramme s highllevelgoals andobjectives, keepingabreastofmajorprojectactivities,andapprovingresourcesandfundingfortheteamandits approvedprojects. EnergyChampion:EnvironmentalComplianceCoordinator,Instrumentation/ElectricalSpecialist TheEnergyChampionhasdirectknowledgeoftheorganization smajorenergylusingsystemsandis responsiblefordevelopingandmaintainingthefocusforthecorporateenergymanagementteam. TheTimminsEnergyChampioncoordinatesmeetings,setagendas,anddelegatesandmanagestasks relatedtotheenergymanagementteam.thispersonalsohelpscreateandownthevisionforthe programme and will help the programme to maintain momentum particularly when any barriers arise.theenergychampionisalsoresponsibleforensuringthatthemonitoringandtrackingsystems orenergyareaccurate,upltoldateandavailableforusebycityemployees. EnergyProjectChampion:ManagerofParks,RecreationandBuildingServices TheEnergyProjectChampionshouldhaveatechnicalbackgroundandisresponsibleforsupporting and reporting on the technical aspects of the energy projects at all facilities. The Energy Project Championmayalsoleadenergyconservationprojectsastheprojectmanager. CorporateEnergyManagementTeam TheCorporateEnergyManagementTeamfunctionsonastrategicleveltosetexpectationsforeach ofthefacilities,developmetricsfortrackingoverallenergyimprovement,andbuildaccountability forenergymanagementactivities.inaddition,thiscrosslfunctionalteamhasdirectresponsibilityfor theconsumptionofenergywithintheirrespectivedepartments.asagroup,theteamsupportsand monitor the energy management initiatives (processes, programs, and projects) at the various facilitiesandacrossthecorporation.thefollowingrolescurrentlyincludemembershipontheenergy Committee: Page 12 of 27

14 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) DirectorofCommunity&DevelopmentServices ChiefAccountant ManagerofParks&RecreationandBuildingMaintenance EnvironmentalComplianceCoordinator FixedAssetAccountant Instrumentation/ElectricalSpecialist& & Page 13 of 27

15 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) 6.0 STRATEGY 2: Education, Awareness and Outreach TheEducation,AwarenessandOutreachprogramisdesignedtohelpcreateacultureofconservation withinthecityoftimminsbyraisingthelevelofawareness,skillsandgeneralknowledgeinthestaff regarding energy conservation.through a combination of program engagement, directed marketing andhandslontraining,ourstaff senergyreductioneffortswillsupporttheachievementofourenergy conservationgoalsandobjectives.aswell,energywillbecomearegularagendaitematstaffmeetings tokeepthesubjectofenergyconservationat topofmind forallcityemployees. Thisprogramwillhelpinformtheorganizationregardingcurrentenergyusemetrics,practicesaswellas improvement opportunities, while providing a vehicle for soliciting feedback from all City of Timmins employeestogainthegreatestpossibleimpact. TheEducation,AwarenessandOutreachprogramisdesignedtoprovidetheguidance,leadershipand frameworknecessarytoempoweremployeesanddevelopacultureofconservation. Theprogramiscomprisedofthefollowingfourfocusareas: EnergySkillsTrainingProgram TheEnergySkillsTrainingProgramisintendedforCityemployeeswithafocusondeveloping generalawarenessandunderstandingofcurrentenergyusewithincityfacilitiesaswellasskills to identify opportunities for improvement. The Training Program combines both general knowledgetrainingandhandslonexperiencetogainmaximumbenefit. Outreach,Engagement,RecognitionandEnergyAwarenessTrainingProgram TheCityrecognizesthatengagingallusersofCityfacilitiesiskeytothesuccessoftheenergy management program. As such, our energy program includes a comprehensive approach to both engaging employees and recognizing the efforts of City staff who provide important supportandideas. The Energy Awareness Training Program has been developed to provide a constant and consistent energy conservation message throughout the City using CommunityLBased Social Marketing (CBSM) techniques to engage all users of City facilities. Specific methods include monthlyconservationtips,eyelcatchingpostersandotherrelevantmarketingtools. FeedbackSystemforEmployeeSuggestions The City has created a feedback system in the form of an energy conservation to encourageinputfromallcityemployees.the messagesthataresenttothisaddressare forwardedtomembersoftheenergymanagementteaminordertoensurepromptresponse. Page 14 of 27

16 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) The Energy Team members can engage relevant City employees to ensure that all ideas are capturedandexplored. EmployeeBrainstormingSessions EmployeeBrainstormingSessionsareanimportantpartoftheEnergySkillsTrainingProgram and are encouraged during the Energy Team meetings as a way of generating new ideas for energy conservation. As regular users and managers of City facilities, our employees are viewed as one of the City s most important resources to both generate and implement our energyconservationstrategies. & Page 15 of 27

17 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) 7.0 STRATEGY 3: Energy Information Management 7.1. Energy Monitoring and Targeting Thepracticeofenergymonitoringandtargeting(M&T)providesasystematicapproachtogainingand maintainingcontroloverenergyconsumptionthroughmeasurementandanalysisfollowedbyfocused actions.itisacontinuousactivityinwhichdataiscollectedforeachenergyformandforeachfactor influencingenergyuse,ateachfacilityorcostcentre. The primary objective of M&T is energy cost savings however other benefits may include improved budgeting and forecasting, improved tracking and verification of energy efficiency retrofits and the opportunity to improve operation and maintenance practices. Effective monitoring and targeting requiresastrongenergydatamanagementandinformationsystem(emis),wellunderstoodtargetsand key performance indicators (KPIs) at the facility and corporate levels, and an effective reporting and managementprogram Timmins Energy Management Portal TheTimminsEnergyManagementPortalorEMISisawebLbasedtoolthatallowsenergydatafromallof Timminsfacilitiestobecentrallystoredformanagementandmonitoring.Electricity,NaturalGas,Water as well as other energy sources are entered, verified and made available for online access by facility managersandprojectstaff.thisinformationcanthenbeviewedanddownloadedforanalysisbycity stafftoassistwithvariousenergyinitiativesaswellasthebudgetingprocess.theinformationisbroken downbycitydepartmentaswellasfacilitytoensurethatrelevantinformationisavailabletovarious levelsofcitystaffandmanagers. Energy consumption information is weatherladjusted and trended historically. This allows for more usefulandcomparedagainstsimilarbenchmarkstofacilitatedaily,monthlyandquarterlymanagement. TheTimminsPortalensuresthatenergyconsumptionandcostsarevisibleacrossthecorporationand supportsfacilityandmanagementdecisionlmaking Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) Inordermanageenergyperformanceatthefacility,divisionandcorporatelevels,energytargetsand baselineshavebeenestablished.keyperformanceindicators(kpis)arebeingdevelopedforeachfacility providingaclearindicationwhenenergyperformanceismeetingormissingexpectations.keystaffat eachfacilityareresponsibleforregularlymonitoringthisinformation,settingtheenergyperformance targets and ensuring action is taken when targets are not met. Achievement against the energy performancetargetswillbereportedtoseniorcityadministrationandcouncilatregularintervals. Table1belowshowsthekeyenergyKPIsmeasuredandmanagedatvariousfacilitytypesacrossthe Municipality. Page 16 of 27

18 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) TABLE 1: Measured & Monitored Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) by Facility Type FacilityType EnergyKPIs MeasuredVariables BaselineElectricity(Summer/Winter/ShoulderSeason) DailyWeather kwh/month OccupancyRates/month CulturalFacilities,Indoor PeakkW/month Sheetrentals/month RecreationalFacilitiesand BaselineNaturalGas CommunityCentres m 3 /month OtherEnergySources FacilitiesRelatedtoTreatmentor PumpingofWaterorSewage AdministrativeOffices PublicLibraries FireStationsandAssociated Offices StorageFacilities BaselineElectricity(Summer/Winter/ShoulderSeason) kwh/month PeakkW/month BaselineNaturalGas m 3 /month OtherEnergySources BaselineElectricity(Summer/Winter/ShoulderSeason) kwh/month PeakkW/month BaselineNaturalGas m 3 /month OtherEnergySources BaselineElectricity(Summer/Winter/ShoulderSeason) kwh/month PeakkW/month BaselineNaturalGas m 3 /month OtherEnergySources BaselineElectricity(Summer/Winter/ShoulderSeason) kwh/month PeakkW/month BaselineNaturalGas m 3 /month OtherEnergySources BaselineElectricity(Summer/Winter/ShoulderSeason) kwh/month PeakkW/month BaselineNaturalGas m 3 /month OtherEnergySources DailyWeather (TemperatureandRainfall) m 3 treatedwaterorwaste water/day DailyWeather DailyWeather Occupancy DailyWeather Occupancy DailyWeather StreetLighting Electricity NumberofLights RecreationandOutdoorLighting BaselineElectricity(Summer/Winter/ShoulderSeason) kwh/month PeakkW/month OccupancyorRentals/ Month Opening/ClosingDates Fleet 7.4. Energy Reporting BaselineDieselUse BaselineGasolineUse NumberofVehicles kmdriven/month Theobjectiveofenergyreportingistotrackenergyconsumption(andcosts)toverifythatcorporateand facility level targets are being met and that corrective action is taken when necessary. The reports summarizetheenergyinformationlistedintable1andallowthecomparisonofcurrentperformanceto targetsandgoals. Page 17 of 27

19 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) The team at the City of Timmins reviews the reports in various ways depending on the level in the organization.table2belowdescribesthetypeofreportsandreportfrequencyfordifferentroles. TABLE 2: Timmins Energy Reporting Overview Role Reporting Frequency ReportDescription Council SemiLAnnually LCorporateSummarytrackedtoCorporateEnergyGoals Directors&Department Heads EnergyManagementTeam FacilityManagers/ Supervisors Quarterly Monthly Daily LCorporateSummarytrackedtoCorporateEnergyGoals LDepartmentsummariestrackedtoKPIs LDepartmentsummariestrackedtoKPIs LFacilityDatatrackedtoKPIs LFacilityDatatrackedtoKPI(Datalimitedtothespecific facilitiesmanagedbytheirrole). StaffandEmployees Monthly LProvidedthroughAwarenessandOutreachProgram 7.5. Measurement & Verification Measurement and Verification (M&V) is the process of using measurement techniques to reliably determineactualsavingsfromanenergymanagementprogram.thecityoftimminswillprimarilyuse thismethodologytoaccuratelyassessenergysavingsdeliveredbyconservationprojects. Energysavingsfromconservationprojectscannotbedirectlymeasuredbecausethesavingsrepresents the absence of energy use. Savings are therefore determined by comparing measured energy use before and after) implementation of a project, making appropriate adjustments for changes in conditions. The before measurement is called the baseline and the after case is referred to as the performanceperiod. AdditionalbenefitsofM&Vincludethesavingsfromthemonitoringofnewequipmentperformanceand theresultingfeedbackandadjustmentstotheengineeringdesignandoperation.financialincentives areoftenbaseduponenergyefficiencysavingsandthereforerequireobjectivesavingsverification.the useofm&vcanalsoincreasevisibilityandtransparencyofenergymanagementactivities,improvingthe credibilityofprojectsandincreasingpublicunderstandingoftheirbenefits. TheCityofTimminswilluseassessmenttechniquestodetermineifM&Visnecessaryforcapitalprojects whichincludeenergyefficientequipmentorenergyconservation.forthoseprojectsbeingverified,the Citywilldeterminetheappropriatelevelofaccuracyanddetailtobeemployed.Reliablemetering,data gathering, screening, computations and reporting methods will be used to determine and verify the energysavingsofhighefficiencyequipment,energyreductionprogramsandconservationprojects. Page 18 of 27

20 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) 8.0 STRATEGY 4: Energy Improvement Activities 8.1. Our Energy Conservation Successes TheCityofTimminshasembarkedonseveralEnergyManagementactivitiesoverthepast18months. ThroughtheassistanceofourEnergyConsultants,theCityhasbegunanEnergyAwarenessandTraining Programdesignedtoincreasetheawarenessofenergyuse,costsandmethodstosaveenergyamongst ourvariousoperations.throughavarietyofmethods,staffhasalsobeenencouragedtoconsiderand implementenergyconservationbehavioursandpractices.thecityhasalsoheldthreeenergytraining Workshopsdesignedtoincreasetheknowledgeofourstaffintermsofunderstandinghowenergyis beingusedthroughoutcityoperationsaswellassomemethodsbywhichthestaffcanadopt handslon approachtoenergyconservation. TheCityhasalsoperformedenergyauditsonanumberofourfacilitiesincluding: CityHall EngineeringBuilding TheGoldenManor TimminsWaterFiltrationPlant ArchieDillonSportsplex McIntyreArena TheseauditsuncoveredanumberofopportunitiesfortheCitytoreduceitsenergyusebyimplementing operationalchangeandtechnologyupgrades.thecostoftheseauditswaspartiallyfundedthrough incentivesfromprovidedboththeontariopowerauthority(throughhydroone)anduniongas. CityStaffhasalsouncoveredseveralenergysavingsopportunitiesandthebenefitsofthesemeasuresin termsofcostsavingsisalsonowaccruingtothecity.someexamplesincluderecentlyimplemented lightingprojectstoupdateolderlightingsystemswithnew,modernandenergyefficientt5/t8lighting systemsatthefollowingfacilities: Page 19 of 27

21 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) Thesearejustsomeexamplesofthesavingsachievedthroughlightingretrofits.Incentivesarealsoan importantpartofthecostrecoveryandimplementationofenergyconservationprojects.infact,the CityofTimminsreceivedover$9,000inincentivefundingtowardstheaboveprojectsin2013. TheCityofTimminsalsorecognizestherisingcostoffuelanditseffectsontheCity senergybudgets. Assuch,CityDepartmentswillembarkondevelopingcreativesolutionstoreducefuelusebyCity vehicles.theexaminationofthefeasibilityofimplementingfuelusereductionstrategieswillbea consistentandonlgoingprocess. Page 20 of 27

22 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) 8.2. Planned Conservation Initiatives TheCityofTimminshasuseditsownobservationsaswellascapitalplanningprocessandtheaboveL mentionedenergyauditstocreateanenergyconservationanddemandmanagementimplementation Plan.ThisPlanwillallowtheCitytocarefullyimplementtheConservationMeasuresidentifiedwithin themeansofitsbudgetsandcapitalplanningprocesses.theresultsofthisplanareshownonthe followingpages. Page 21 of 27

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24 Timmins Corporate Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan (CECDMP) 8.3. Energy Conservation Action Plan TheEnergyConservationActionPlanisacarefullyconsideredblueprintforimplementingenergyand costsavingmeasures.basedontheprioritizedassessmentofcityfacilities,theattachedactionplans havebeencreatetoguidethecityoftimminsthroughthisprocess.allavailableincentivesandfunding sourceswillbeconsideredtominimizetheimplementationcostofeachmeasure.inadditiontothe measuresshown,thecityanticipatesthatfurtherenergyauditswillbecompletedinthenext5yearsto helpaugmentthelistofenergyconservationmeasuresavailabletothecity. ThefollowingpagesshowtheCityofTimminsyearLbyLyearimplementationstrategyandalsoincludea bylfacilitybreakdownaswellashighlightingthemeasuresthatwillbecompletedaspartofthecity s onlgoingmaintenanceprogram.aswell,measuresthatweredisqualifiedasnotfeasibleandthose requiringfurtherinvestigationarealsoshown. InadditiontothemeasureslistedinAppendixA,theCityiscurrentlyexaminingthefeasibilityof replacingitscurrentstreetlightingsystemswithledtechnology.ifimplemented,over4,000 streetlightswouldbereplacedwithaprojectpaybackestimatedbetween5to7years.ledstreet Lightingsystemsaregenerallyacceptedasprovidingbothsubstantialenergyconsumptionreductions andmaintenancecostsavings.thetimeframeforthereviewofthisprojectis2to3years. Page 23 of 27

25 Payback$Period$with$Incentives$ EMS$# Facility Opportunity Target$Completion Electricity$(kWh/yr) Electricity$Demand$$(kW/yr) Natural$Gas$(m 3 /yr) Water$(m 3 /yr) Electricity$($.09/kWh) Demand$($10.66/kW) Natural$Gas$($.31/m 3 ) Water$($2.80/m 3 ) Total$Savings Cost$ Incentives$* Cost$with$Incentives (years) Total$Energy$Savings$(GJ/yr) tco2e$savings E04 Golden$Manor Re#Commissioning+HVAC+System , ,786 0 $3,524 $0 $2,780 $0 $6,304 $26,000 $5,000 $21, E08 Golden$Manor Install+Motion+Sensors+in+Basement , $3,077 $0 $0 $0 $3,077 $5,500 $400 $5, E11 Golden$Manor Replace+T8+Lamps+with+LED+Lamps , $10,226 $224 $0 $0 $10,450 $72,200 $0 $72, E13 Golden$Manor Install+Manual+Timer+for+Food+Warmer , $2,648 $0 $0 $0 $2,648 $300 $0 $ W02 Golden$Manor Install+Faucet+Aerators ,648 2,272 $0 $0 $4,002 $6,362 $10,364 $7,800 $0 $7, E02 McIntyre$Arena +Re#Commissioning+HVAC+System , ,191 0 $511 $0 $2,333 $0 $2,844 $6,700 $0 $6, E08 McIntyre$Arena Rink+Lighting+Upgrades , $12,500 $385 $0 $0 $12,885 $40,460 $11,280 $29, F01 McIntyre$Arena Domestic+Hot+Water+(DHW)+Pipe+Insulation $0 $0 $212 $0 $212 $3,200 $0 $3, E07 Archie$Dillon$Sportsplex Rink+Lighting+Upgrades , $9,513 $193 $0 $0 $9,706 $38,976 $10,868 $28, E02 City$Hall Re#Commissioning+BAS+System , ,370 0 $2,313 $0 $481 $0 $2,794 $16,540 $5,000 $11, E00 Terry$Fox$Trail City$of$Timmins$2014$Energy$Conservation$Measures$Summary Annual$Energy$Savings $Annual$Cost$Savings Estimated$Installation$Costs Replace+HID+lighting+with+LED+(14+in+2014+with+ reminder+to+be+replaced+by+2018) 2014 GRAND+TOTAL 430, ,647 2,272 44, ,808 6,362 61, ,676 32, , ,

26 EMS$# Facility Opportunity City$of$Timmins$2015$Energy$Conservation$Measures$Summary Annual$Energy$Savings $Annual$Cost$Savings Estimated$Installation$Costs Target$ Completion Electricity$ (kwh/yr) Electricity$ Demand$$ (kw/yr) Natural$Gas$ (m 3 /yr) Water$(m 3 /yr) Electricity$ ($.09/kWh) Demand$ ($10.66/kW) Natural$Gas$ ($.31/m 3 ) Water$ ($2.80/m 3 ) Total$Savings Cost$ Incentives$* Cost$with$ Incentives Payback$ Period$with$ Incentives$ (years) Total$Energy$ Savings$ (GJ/yr) tco2e$savings E05 Golden$Manor Upgrade(Building(Automation(System((BAS) , ,301 0 $8,352 $128 $3,892 $0 $12,372 $42,000 $0 $42, E07 Golden$Manor Install(Variable(Frequency(Drives((VFDs)(on(Exhaust(Fan(Motors , $2,093 $0 $0 $0 $2,093 $3,600 $1,120 $2, F01 Golden$Manor Install(Automatic(Vent(Damper(for(Boilers ,856 0 $0 $0 $2,486 $0 $2,486 $6,000 $0 $6, E04 McIntyre$Arena Install(Variable(Frequency(Drives((VFDs)(on(Brine(Pump(Motors , $3,541 $0 $0 $0 $3,541 $3,500 $1,070 $2, F02 McIntyre$Arena Install(Automatic(Vent(Damper(for(Boilers ,807 0 $0 $0 $5,778 $0 $5,778 $5,200 $0 $5, E05 McIntyre$Arena Install(Variable(Frequency(Drives((VFDs)(on(Exhaust(Fan(Motors , $1,088 $0 $0 $0 $1,088 $2,200 $400 $1, E01 Archie$Dillon$Sportsplex ReSCommissioning(HVAC(System , ,513 0 $1,056 $0 $3,932 $0 $4,988 $13,740 $5,000 $8, E08 Archie$Dillon$Sportsplex Replace(T8(Lamps(with(LED(Lamps , $1,789 $54 $0 $0 $1,843 $15,576 $0 $15, E02 Engineering$Building Replace(Thermostat(with(Energy(Saving(Features , ,478 0 $574 $0 $779 $0 $1,353 $1,350 $0 $1, GRAND(TOTAL 196, , , , ,542 93,166 7,590 85,

27 EMS$# Facility Opportunity City$of$Timmins$2016$Energy$Conservation$Measures$Summary Annual$Energy$Savings $Annual$Cost$Savings Estimated$Installation$Costs Target$ Completion Electricity$ (kwh/yr) Electricity$ Demand$$ (kw/yr) Natural$Gas$ Natural$Gas$ Electricity$ Demand$ (m 3 /yr) Water$(m 3 /yr) ($.09/kWh) ($10.66/kW) ($.31/m 3 ) Water$ ($2.80/m 3 ) Total$Savings Cost$ Incentives$* Cost$with$ Incentives Payback$ Period$with$ Incentives$ (years) Total$Energy$ Savings$ (GJ/yr) tco2e$savings E04 Timmins$Water$Filtration$Plant Variable(Frequency(Drives((VFD)(for(the( Heating(System(Pumps , $2,144 $0 $0 $0 $2,144 $2,000 $50 $1, F01 Timmins$Water$Filtration$Plant Install(Automatic(Vent(Damper(for(Boilers $0 $0 $6,372 $0 $6,372 $4,400 $0 $4, GRAND(TOTAL 22, , , , ,516 6, ,

28 EMS$# Facility Opportunity Target$ Completion Electricity$ (kwh/yr) Electricity$ Demand$$ (kw/yr) Natural$Gas$ (m 3 /yr) Water$(m 3 /yr) Electricity$ ($.09/kWh) Demand$ ($10.66/kW) Natural$Gas$ ($.31/m 3 ) Water$ ($2.80/m 3 ) Total$Savings Cost$ Incentives$* Cost$with$ Incentives Payback$ Period$with$ Incentives$ (years) Total$Energy$ Savings$ (GJ/yr) tco2e$savings E10 McIntyre$Arena Install'Load'Managing'Device'for'Vending'Machine' , $309 $0 $0 $0 $309 $2,500 $0 $2, E09 Archie$Dillon$Sportsplex Install'Load'Managing'Device'for'Vending'Machine' , $1,120 $0 $0 $0 $1,120 $4,400 $0 $4, E00 City$Hall Install'Load'Managing'Device'for'Vending'Machine' , $309 $0 $0 $0 $309 $2,500 $0 $2, E09 Golden$Manor UnderCRail'Lighting'Upgrades , $3,937 $53 $0 $0 $3,990 $7,200 $0 $7, E12 Golden$Manor Install'Load'Managing'Device'for'Vending'Machine , $472 $0 $0 $0 $472 $3,500 $0 $3, E02 Timmins$Water$Filtration$Plant Metal'Halide'Fixture'Replacement'with'LED , $9,146 $31 $0 $0 $9,178 $45,450 $0 $45, F02 Timmins$Water$Filtration$Plant Install'Heat'Exchangers'to'Pre'Warm'Water'from'Flue $0 $0 $3,823 $0 $3,823 $7,800 $0 $7, E03 Engineering$Building Install'LowCE'Film'on'Glass'Windows , ,263 0 $95 $0 $2,248 $0 $2,343 $6,864 $0 $6, E07 City$Hall F01 City$Hall City$of$Timmins$2017$Energy$Conservation$Measures$Summary Annual$Energy$Savings $Annual$Cost$Savings Estimated$Installation$Costs Install'Variable'Air'Volume'(VAV)'Box'to'Council' Chamber'HVAC'System Baseboard'Hot'Water'Heaters'(BBHCW)'and'Ceiling' Diffuser'Upgrade , $409 $0 $201 $0 $611 $2,900 $0 $2, , ,843 0 $1,287 $0 $2,402 $0 $3,688 $30,000 $0 $30, GRAND'TOTAL 180, , , , , , ,

29 EMS%# Facility Opportunity City%of%Timmins%2018%Energy%Conservation%Measures%Summary Target% Completion Electricity% (kwh/yr) Annual%Energy%Savings %Annual%Cost%Savings Estimated%Installation%Costs Electricity% Demand%% (kw/yr) Natural%Gas% Electricity% Demand% Natural%Gas% (m 3 /yr) Water%(m 3 /yr) ($.09/kWh) ($10.66/kW) ($.31/m 3 ) Water% ($2.80/m 3 ) Total%Savings Cost% Incentives%* Cost%with% Incentives Payback% Period%with% Total%Energy% Incentives% Savings% (years) (GJ/yr) tco2e%savings E11 Golden%Manor Replace'T8'Lamps'with'LED'Lamps , $10,226 $224 $0 $0 $10,450 $72,200 $0 $72, GRAND'TOTAL 108, , ,450 72, ,

30 EMS%# Facility Opportunity E03 McIntyre%Arena E02 Archie%Dillon%Sportsplex City%of%Timmins%2019%Energy%Conservation%Measures%Summary Upgrade(Building(Automation(System((BAS)(and(Install( Variable(Frequency(Drives((VFDs)((to(Supply(Fan Upgrade(Building(Automation(System((BAS)(&( Install(Variable(Frequency(Drives((VFDs)(to(Supply( &(Return(Fan Target% Completion Electricity% (kwh/yr) Electricity% Demand%% (kw/yr) Natural%Gas% Electricity% Demand% Natural%Gas% (m 3 /yr) Water%(m 3 /yr) ($.096/kWh) ($10.68/kW) ($.32/m 3 ) Water% ($2.8/m 3 ) Total%Savings Cost% Incentives%* Payback% Period%with% Total%Energy% Cost%with% Incentives% Savings% Incentives (years) (GJ/yr) tco2e%savings , ,970 0 $1,702 $0 $7,778 $0 $9,480 $21,400 $0 $21, , ,025 0 $2,113 $0 $7,863 $0 $9,976 $21,500 $0 $21, F02 Archie%Dillon%Sportsplex Install(Automatic(Vent(Damper(for(Boilers ,329 0 $0 $0 $3,527 $0 $3,527 $7,100 $0 $7, E01 Timmins%Water%Filtration%Plant T8(P(Lamp(Replacement(( , $6,226 $21 $0 $0 $6,247 $24,056 $0 $24, E04 Engineering%Building Install(Software(Power(Management(Settings(of( Computer(and(Desktop(Load $57 $0 $0 $0 $57 $2,100 $0 $2, E05 Engineering%Building Install(Timer(Plug(Strip(for(Printers $48 $0 $0 $0 $48 $1,200 $0 $1, E04 City%Hall E05 City%Hall Variable(Frequency(Drives((VFD)(for(the(Heating( System(Pumps Variable(Frequency(Drives((VFD)(for(the(Rooftop(Unit( (RTU)(and(Air(Handling(Unit((AHU)(Supply(Fan Annual%Energy%Savings %Annual%Cost%Savings Estimated%Installation%Costs , $1,306 $0 $0 $0 $1,306 $3,500 $720 $2, , $1,415 $0 $0 $0 $1,415 $5,250 $800 $4, GRAND(TOTAL 135, , , , ,056 86,106 1,520 84,

31 City%of%Timmins%On-going%Maintenance%Energy%Conservation%Measures%Summary EMS%# Facility Opportunity Target%Completion Electricity% (kwh/yr) Annual%Energy%Savings %Annual%Cost%Savings Estimated%Installation%Costs Electricity% Demand%% (kw/yr) Natural%Gas% (m 3 /yr) Water%(m 3 /yr) Electricity% ($.09/kWh) Demand% ($10.66/kW) Natural%Gas% ($.31/m 3 ) Water% ($2.80/m 3 ) Total%Savings Cost% Incentives%* Cost%with% Incentives Payback% Period%with% Incentives% (years) Total%Energy% Savings% (GJ/yr) tco2e%savings B01 McIntyre%Arena Energy'and'Resource'Awareness On2going 43, ,460 1,080 $4,188 $0 $2,421 $3,017 $9,625 $39,202 $0 $39, B01 Archie%Dillon%Sportsplex Energy'and'Resource'Awareness On2going 18, , $1,681 $0 $1,307 $293 $3,281 $13,023 $5,000 $8, B01 Timmins%Water%Filtration%Plant Energy'and'Resource'Awareness On2going 136, $12,940 $142 $0 $0 $13,082 $90,727 $36,291 $54, B01 Engineering%Building Energy'and'Resource'Awareness On2going 2, $217 $0 $0 $0 $217 $1,699 $679 $1, W01 Golden%Manor Install'All'Water'Closet'with'Low'Flow On2going'Maintenance ,786 $0 $0 $0 $7,802 $7,802 $34,500 $0 $34, B01 Golden%Manor Energy'and'Resource'Awareness On2going'Maintenance 57, , $5,453 $0 $2,772 $2,672 $10,897 $43,295 $0 $43, W01 McIntyre%Arena Replace'All'Water'Closets'with'Low'Flow On2going'Maintenance ,321 $0 $0 $0 $9,300 $9,300 $12,100 $0 $12, W02 McIntyre%Arena Install'Faucet''Aerators' On2going'Maintenance 0 0 3,603 2,265 $0 $0 $1,169 $6,343 $7,512 $2,500 $0 $2, W01 Archie%Dillon%Sportsplex Replace'All'Water'Closets'with'Low'Flow On2going'Maintenance $0 $0 $0 $1,613 $1,613 $8,640 $0 $8, W02 Archie%Dillon%Sportsplex Install'Faucet'Aerators' On2going'Maintenance , $0 $0 $5,968 $1,367 $7,334 $1,350 $0 $1, E03 Timmins%Water%Filtration%Plant Replace'Standard'Motors''with'Premium' Efficient'Motors On2going'Maintenance 61, $5,862 $92 $0 $0 $5,953 $45,550 $2,256 $43, GRAND'TOTAL 381, $36,318 $8,448 $10,195 $0 $162,461 $1,033,483 $38,597 $994,

32 EMS%# Facility Opportunity E01 McIntyre%Arena Install'Low+E'Film'on'Glass'Windows City%of%Timmins%Energy%Conservation%Measures%Requiring%Further%Investigation Target% Completion Further' Investigation Further' E06 McIntyre%Arena Ice'Sheet'Aspects Investigation Further' E07 McIntyre%Arena Install'Computer'Control'for'Ammonia'Plant Investigation E03 Archie%Dillon%Sportsplex Install'Variable'Frequency'Drives'(VFDs)' on'pump'motors Further' Investigation Install'Variable'Frequency'Drives'(VFDs)' Further' E04 Archie%Dillon%Sportsplex on'exhaust'fan'motors Investigation Further' E05 Archie%Dillon%Sportsplex Ice'Sheet'Aspects Investigation Install'Computer'Control'for'Ammonia' Further' E06 Archie%Dillon%Sportsplex Plant Investigation Further' F01 Archie%Dillon%Sportsplex Co+Generation'Plant' Investigation E06 Timmins%Water%Filtration%Plant OPA'Feed+in'Tariff E05 Timmins%Water%Filtration%Plant Demand'Management'and'Optimization E07 Engineering%Building OPA'Feed+in'Tariff Further' Investigation Further' Investigation'+' 2015 Further' Investigation Electricity% (kwh/yr) Annual%Energy%Savings %Annual%Cost%Savings Estimated%Installation%Costs Electricity% Demand%% (kw/yr) Natural%Gas% Electricity% Demand% Natural%Gas% (m 3 /yr) Water%(m 3 /yr) ($.09/kWh) ($10.66/kW) ($.31/m 3 ) Water% ($2.80/m 3 ) Total%Savings Cost% Incentives%* Payback% Period%with% Total%Energy% Cost%with% Incentives% Savings% Incentives (years) (GJ/yr) tco2e%savings 16, ,584 0 $1,564 $0 $839 $0 $2,403 $6,000 $0 $6, , $2,606 $0 $0 $0 $2,606 $12,600 $0 $12, , $528 $0 $0 $0 $528 $8,900 $0 $8, , $4,212 $0 $0 $0 $4,212 $6,200 $800 $5, , $978 $0 $0 $0 $978 $7,600 $1,200 $6, , $938 $0 $0 $0 $938 $9,600 $0 $9, , $1,540 $0 $0 $0 $1,540 $8,900 $0 $8, , ,290 0 $44,615 $7,846 ($6,588) $0 $45,873 $209,400 $0 $209, , $0 $0 $0 $0 $107,500 $740,000 $0 $740, $0 $8,162 $0 $0 $8,162 $73,500 $0 $73, $0 $0 $0 $0 $5,796 $35,000 $0 $35, Further' E03 City%Hall Glass'Windows'Insulation' 28, ,843 0 $2,675 $0 $2,402 $0 $5,077 $16,800 $0 $16, Investigation Further' E08 City%Hall OPA'Feed+in'Tariff $0 $0 $0 $0 $5,796 $35,000 $0 $35, Investigation GRAND'TOTAL 381, $36,318 $8,448 $10,195 $0 $162,461 $1,033,483 $38,597 $994,

33 City$of$Timmins$Golden$Manor$Energy$Conservation$Measures$Summary Annual$Energy$Savings $Annual$Cost$Savings Estimated$Installation$Costs EMS$# Facility Opportunity Target$Completion Electricity$ (kwh/yr) Electricity$ Natural$Gas$ Demand$$ (kw/yr) (m 3 /yr) Water$ (m 3 /yr) Electricity$ ($.09/kWh) Natural$Gas$ Demand$ ($10.66/kW) ($.31/m 3 ) Water$ ($2.80/m 3 ) Total$ Cost$with$ Savings Cost$ Incentives$* Incentives E04 Golden$Manor Re#Commissioning+HVAC+System , ,786 0 $3,524 $0 $2,780 $0 $6,304 $26,000 $5,000 $21, E08 Golden$Manor Install+Motion+Sensors+in+Basement , $3,077 $0 $0 $0 $3,077 $5,500 $400 $5, E09 Golden$Manor Under#Rail+Lighting+Upgrades , $3,937 $53 $0 $0 $3,990 $7,200 $0 $7, E11 Golden$Manor Replace+T8+Lamps+with+LED+Lamps , $10,226 $224 $0 $0 $10,450 $72,200 $0 $72, E12 Golden$Manor Install+Load+Managing+Device+for+Vending+Machine , $472 $0 $0 $0 $472 $3,500 $0 $3, E13 Golden$Manor Install+Manual+Timer+for+Food+Warmer , $2,648 $0 $0 $0 $2,648 $300 $0 $ F01 Golden$Manor Install+Automatic+Vent+Damper+for+Boilers ,856 0 $0 $0 $2,486 $0 $2,486 $6,000 $0 $6, W02 Golden$Manor Install+Faucet+Aerators ,648 2,272 $0 $0 $4,002 $6,362 $10,364 $7,800 $0 $7, E05 Golden$Manor Upgrade+Building+Automation+System+(BAS) , ,301 0 $8,352 $128 $3,892 $0 $12,372 $42,000 $0 $42, E07 Golden$Manor Install+Variable+Frequency+Drives+(VFDs)+on+Exhaust+Fan+Motors , $2,093 $0 $0 $0 $2,093 $3,600 $1,120 $2, E02B Golden$Manor Replace+Existing+Electrical+Baseboard+Heaters+with+Hydronic+Hot+Water+System , #110,213 0 $72,880 $1,813 ($34,871) $0 $39,821 $125,400 $0 $125, , # W01 Golden$Manor Install+All+Water+Closet+with+Low+Flow On#going+Maintenance ,786 $0 $0 $0 $7,802 $7,802 $34,500 $0 $34, B01 Golden$Manor Energy+and+Resource+Awareness On#going+Maintenance 57, , $5,453 $0 $2,772 $2,672 $10,897 $43,295 $0 $43, E03 Golden$Manor Install+Variable+Air+Volume+(VAV)+Diffuser+to+HVAC+System 108, ,813 0 $10,278 $0 $4,687 $0 $14,965 $102,000 $0 $102, E06 Golden$Manor Install+Return+Air+Duct+&+Ceiling+Insulation+in+Dining+Hall 15, ,697 0 $1,493 $0 $537 $0 $2,029 $18,500 $0 $18, E10 Golden$Manor Install+Lighting+Control+System+for+Corridor+Lighting 27, $2,576 $0 $0 $0 $2,576 $6,500 $0 $6, NOTE: * GRAND$TOTAL 1,460, X21,129 6,012 $138,133 $2,218 ($6,685) $16,836 $150,502 $573,195 $6,520 $566, , Only+Prescriptive+incentives+are+considered+in+this+cost+analysis.+ Payback$ Period$with$ Incentives$ (years) Total$ Energy$ Savings$ (GJ/yr) tco2e$ Savings

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