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Measure: Savings Calculations for Replacing Refrigerators with Energy Star Units Energy Conservation Measure: Replace old/damaged refrigerators with Energy Star high efficiency models Old model average energy use: Energy Star model average energy use: Energy Savings # of refrigerators to be replaced: 270 Cost of a unit: $550 Total Energy Savings: 725 kWh/year X 270= 195,750 kWh $ Savings: $ 98.60/year X 270= $ 26,622.00 Capital Cost: $ 550 X 270= $ 148,500 Simple Payback

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Measure 9: Savings Calculations for Electrical Submetering Energy Conservation Measure: Install individual electric meters in apartments Building electrical consumption after subtracting the savings from the replacement of refrigerators and the apartment lighting upgrade: 2,646 MWh Potential Savings: 15% of the building consumption Expected Savings: 50% of the potential savings since the residents will get as a rebate only 50% of the savings achieved Energy Savings: 50% X 15% X 2,646 MWh/year= 198 MWh/year Billing management cost: $3.00 per meter per month $ Savings: 198 MWh/year X $136/MWh - $3 X 12 months X 384 units= $ 13,104/year Capital Cost $5,000 plus $450/meter. NYSERDA provides a subsidy of 50 % of the cost of the meter Capital Cost: $5,000 + $225 X 384= $91,400 Simple Payback: $ 91,400 / ($13,104/year) = 7 years

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Measure 10: Savings Calculations for Replacing Elevator Motors Energy Conservation Measure: Replace the MG sets of the elevators with Silicon Control Rectifier (SCR) power supplies for DC motors of elevators. Motors Power: Existing motor efficiency: Moving load factor: Idling load factor: # hours of operation moving: # hours of operation idling: Current annual usage while moving: (#motors)x(0.746 kW/HP)x(HP)x(annual hours moving)x(moving load factor)/efficiency Current annual usage while idling: (#motors)x(0.746kW/HP)x(HP)x(annual hours idling)x(idling load factor)/efficiency Energy Savings (replacing MG sets with SCRs): $ Savings: ( Capital Cost: Simple Payback:

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Measure 11: Savings Calculation for installing timers on bathroom ventilators: Energy Conservation Measure: Install timers on approximately 20 bathroom ventilation fans currently running 24 hours per day to reduce running time to 18 hours per day. Fan motor horsepower: 1/8 HP Motor efficiency: 65% The motor draws: (1/8 HP) X (.746 kW/HP)/ (65%) = .14 kW Energy savings: = (.14 kW) X (6 hours/day) X (365 days/year) X ( $ .136/ kWh) X (20 fans) = $ 835 /year Capital cost: $ 1,000 Simple payback = ($1,000)/ ($835/year) = 1.2

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