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PW PGE Savings by Design2018 SAVINGS BY DESIGN OWNER AGREEMENT City of San Rafael OWNER NAME PO Box 151560 ADDRESS Jim Schutz CONTACT NAME (415) 485-3475 PHONE NO . *****0424 Owner Information FAX NO . FEDERAL TAX 10 OR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER _SavingsByDesign AGREEMENT NUMBER PRJ -00990854 (For Program Administration use only) San Rafael/CA CITY/STATE TITLE Jim.Schutz@cityofsanrafael.org E-MAIL TAX COIl'. City 94915 ZIP CODE STATUS : Exempt x Non-CoIl'. Individual EXEMPT REASON Pro 'ect Information City of San Rafael -Fire/Police -SBO for PSC & FS51 PROJECT NAME/LOCATION 1375 5th Avenue ADDRESS San Rafael/CA CITY/STATE 94901 ZIP CODE 01/15/2020 BUILDING TYPE CODE GROSS SQ . FT . CONDITIONED SQ . FT . SIC/NAICs EST. CONSTRUCTION COMPLETION DATE ENERGY CALCULATION METHOD : o Systems Approach I:8l Whole Building Approach PROJECT TYPE ' o SimCalc Report o WBA Report o Engineering Calcs [gI New Construction o RenovationlRemodell Addition ATIACHED DOCUMENTATION: o Energy Efficiency Report o Incremental Costs o Cutsheets Pro osed Desi n Ene" Savin s Estimate CODE DESCRIPTION kW kWh Therms $ Amount CIAJO WBA Owner In centive 11.50 112 ,547 .00 2.751.00 $43.867.45 TOTALS 11.50 112,547.00 2,751.00 $43,867.45 Estimated Incentive: $43,867.45 Page J of3 2018 SAVINGS BY DESIGN OWNER AGREEMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS: This Agreement is entered into by Pacific Gas and Electric Company (hereafter referred to as "PG&E") and the Owner (as indicated herein). This Agreement is a one-time offer to provide design assistance and a financial incentive to the Owner for participation in the Savings By Design Program ("Program ") pursuant to the terms and conditions outlined herein and in the Savings By Design Program Documents ("Program Documents"). The Program Documents are incorporated into this Agreement by reference and include the 1) Savings By Design brochure, and the 2) Current (at the date of signatures) Savings By Design Participant Handbook, which have been provided to the Owner. Funding approved for this Program is limited and will be paid on a first-come, first-served basis to qualified applicants. Funds will only be reserved upon PG&E's execution of this Agreement. This incentive offer is subject to the availability of authorized funds . This Agreement is valid for forty-eight (48) months from the date PG&E executes this Agreement. PG&E will deliver an executed copy of this Agreement to the Owner after acceptance and execution by PG&E. PG&E reserves the right to modify or cancel the incentive offer if the actual system(s) installed differs from the proposed installation . PG&E reserves the right to modify or discontinue this Program without prior notice at its discretion , or by order of the California Public Utilities Commission ("CPUC "). Payment of the incentives shall be made to the Owner only after all program requirements are met and upon verification of installation by a PG&E Savings By Design Program Representative . ELIGIBILITY: • To be eligible for incentives under this Program, Owner's project must be nonresidential new construction or renovation/remodel located within PG&E's service territory . • Owner must install the energy-efficient equipment or system(s) specified in the "Proposed Design and Incentive Estimate " section of this Agreement (the "Proposed Design ") which at minimum exceeds Title 24 standards or a generally-accepted industry standard for energy efficiency . • Installation of any energy-efficient equipment required for compliance with Title 24 will not qualify for incentives under this Program . • Energy savings, and incentives based on those savings , will be based on energy efficiency improvements beyond the minimum, currently in effect, Title 24 requirements, where applicable . • Specific restrictions apply to each energy efficiency system , as outlined in the Program Documents. • To be eligible for incentives under this Program, Owner agrees that Owner will not apply for or receive incentives offered by local or state entities or other utilities for measures covered under this Agreement. • Incentive Limitations : The CPUC energy efficiency targets established for PG&E and the other investor-owned ut ilities ("IOUs ") in California are based on the amount of energy that the IOUs deliver , excluding load served by non-IOU sources or suppliers (e xcept Direct Access customers). Based on this statewide policy , PG&E may limit the incentive amount that Owner is eligible to receive for this project if the projected savings exceed PG&E energy deliveries to the project. OWNER AGREES TO: • Install and operate the Proposed Design in accordance with applicable laws, safety standards, and existing governmental regulations or orders . Owner agrees to provide proof of permit closure for projects that include HVAC related measures. • Provide PG&E with Title 24 compliance documentation plus any other documentation needed to establish the performance of systems selected . Owner agrees to provide PG&E with all documentation necessary for verification of installation and performance of energy efficient systems qualifying for incentives . • Provide manufacturer's specification sheets to PG&E prior to the payment of the incentive . Also , upon request , Owner agrees to submit vendor and/or contractor invoice(s) to verify that incentive payments will not exceed 75 percent of the incremental costs associated with the purchase/installation of the energy efficient technologies . • Accept as final authority, PG&E 's determination of the incentive amount. • Allow PG&E and CPUC representatives reasonable access to Owner's project site to inspect and verify installation and operation . Owner understands that said inspection and verification is not an electrical safety inspection. • Participate in a measurement and evaluation study , if selected. These studies are used to analyze current program performance and improve future program designs . Owner agrees to fully cooperate with the study team if asked to participate . • Indemnify, defend , and hold harmless PG&E , its affiliates , subsidiaries, parent company , officers , directors , agents, and employees from and against all claims , losses , damages , costs, expenses , and liability ar ising from 1) injury to persons or property, 2) death , 3) violation of any law or regulation (including those that establish strict liability); so long as such Page 2 of3 2018 SAVINGS BY DESIGN OWNER AGREEMENT injury, violation , or strict liability is caused by or in any way connected with Owner's performance of this Agreement. Owner shall, at Utility request, provide a defense against any claim covered by this indemnity. • In no instance shall PG&E be liable for any incidental , special, or consequential damages as a result of this Agreement. • Furthermore, Owner understands that PG&E makes no representations and warranties as to proper installation , product endorsement, technical feasibility , operational capability , and/or reliability of equipment for which incentives are paid. Owner agrees not to make any such representations and warranties to third parties and agrees to indemnify PG&E, in the event said representation and warranties are made to third parties. Owner further acknowledges that any incentive paid is funded through Public Goods Charges from California ratepayers and that said incentives are intended for the benefit of customers of California utilities. • Owner consents to PG&E 's assignment of all Utility rights , duties, and obligations under this Agreement ("Duties ") to the CPUC or its designee. Such assignment shall relieve PG&E of all Duties arising under this Agreement. Other than such assignment by PG&E, ne ither Party shall assign its right or delegate its duties without the prior written consent of the other Party , except in connection with the sale or merger of a substantial portion of its properties . Consent to assignment shall not be unreasonably withheld . If an assignment is requested , the Owner may be required to provide additional information if requested by PG&E . • Owner agrees that PG&E will receive the energy benefit for which the Owner incentive is paid , for a period of not less than five years or the rated life of the equipment if that is less than f ive years. Owner agrees that if 1) Owner does not provide PG&E with 100 percent of the related benefits specified in the application , for a period of five years from the receipt of the incentive , or 2) the energy benefit to PG&E ceases (for example , if Owner's company stops using the equipment or no longer pays the Public Goods Charge (PGC ), Owner will return to PG&E the prorated portion of the Owner Incentive dollars based on the actual period of t ime for which Owner provided the energy benefit. Additionally, if Owner sells the project site, Owner agrees to assign the terms and conditions of this Agreement to the new owner as part of the sale transaction for the remaining period of performance . CANCELLATION OF AGREEMENT PG&E may suspend or terminate the Agreement, without cause , upon written notice to Owner. TAX LIABILITY: Incentives may be taxable and will be reported by PG&E to the IRS unless Owner qualifies for an exempt status . PG&E will report the incentive as income to Owner on IRS Form 1099 unless Owner has established that Owner qua li fies for an exempt tax status as indicated on this Agreement. Owner is urged to consult a ta x advisor concerning the ta xability of incentives . PG&E is not responsible for any taxes that may be imposed due to incentive payments. PG&E MAKES NO WARRANTY , WHETHER STATUTORY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED , INCLUDING , BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY WARRANTIES REGARDING THE DESIGN , CONSTRUCTION, EQUIPMENT, OR INSTALLATIONS REFERRED TO HEREIN, OR THE BENEFITS TO BE DERIVED FROM THE INSTALLATION , OPERATION , AND USE OF SUCH EQUIPMENT, OR ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR USE OR APPLICATION. NO AGENT, EMPLOYEE, OR REPRESENTATIVE OF PG&E HAS AUTHORITY TO BIND PG&E TO ANY AFFIRMATION , REPRESENTATION , OR WARRANTY UNLESS EXPRESSLY MADE AND AGREED TO IN WRITING BY PG&E . By execution of this Agreement, Owner certifies that Owner meets all the program eligibility requirements and that the information supplied on this Agreement is true and correct. Owner certifies that Owner has read and understands the Program Documents and agrees to abide by Program rules and requirements set forth in the Program Documents . To be valid , this Agreement must be signed by all parties prior to Decembe r 31, 2018 . In witness whereof, the parties have executed this Agreement as of the date last set forth below. CITY OF SAN RAFA SIGNATURE i m Schu t z OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE City Manager TITLE Page 3 of3 6'-/(/t f' DATE PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY SIGNATURE Cecilia Tai PG&E REPRESENTATIVE Sr. Pro gram M anag er TITLE DATE 2018 SAVINGS B Y DESIGN OWN ER AGREEMEN T Savings By Design Energy Savings Report Project Name: City of San Rafael PSC & FS51 ApplicationlProject #: PRJ -00990854 Tech Review Firm: Lincus Inc. Reviewed by: Arash Kialashaki Date Review Completed/Issued: 02/05/2018 Summary City of San Rafael proposed to build a new Public Safety Center (PSC) in San Rafael, CA, which is in climate zone 2. The facility will be the Police Station for San Rafael Police Department (SRPD) and a new replacement Fire Station No 51 for San Rafael Fire Department (SRFD). The total area of the proposed building is 44,000 sqft, approximately. This new construction project involves measures from mechanical and electrical equipment and building envelope and is part of the Savings By Design program. Whole Building Approach is used for the calculations of the involved measures in the new building. Specifically, the energy savings of this project will be achieved as result of installing the following energy efficiency measures: Construction of effectively-insolated envelope including exterior walls and roof Installation of high-efficiency lighting system by installation of LED Luminaire Installation of high-efficiency domestic hot water system For more information about the included measures, please refer to the submitted energy efficiency report (document titled "PRJ -00990854_Energy Efficiency Report.pdf'). History of communication between the PG&E Customer Representative, PG&E Engineer, and customer was submitted on EI. A meeting was held between customer, PG&E, and design team to discuss Savings by Design program eligibility, maximize on incentives offered, documentation process. For more information, please refer to the following email communications and meeting notes: PRJ -00990854_Energy Efficiency Report.pdf RE New Local PGE Rep -San Rafael-04262016.msg RE FTP Site Set-up -SREF -Drawings for FS 52 57 SBD Info! .msg PGE intro.msg FW Eco-Charrette.msg History of communication was reviewed, and no sign of free ridership was detected at the pre- installation review. Lighting: The proposed measure is to install high efficiency lighting systems including LED fixtures. Interior luminaire schedule was provided by the customer, which outlines the manufacturer, model number, and technical specifications of the proposed fixtures in page 6 of the document titled "PRJ -00990854_Elec Plans.pdf'. The provided EnergyPro models are built based on the quantity and wattage of the proposed fixtures in each of the interior spaces of the building. Reviewer sampled and verified the quantity and wattage of the proposed fixtures in the following interior spaces: Document date: 02/05/2018 Booking Interview 018 , Bicycle Storage 038, Interview Soft 151, Investigation Lieutenant 143, Investigation Lieutenant 143, Interview 107, Deputy Fire Chief 182, Main Lobby 100. Since the quantity and wattage of the proposed fixtures in the sampled area matched the provided electrical plans, reviewer approved the inputs of the lighting system in the submitted EnergyPro model. To verify the proposed wattage for the lighting system at the new building, reviewer sampled the following fixtures and compared their proposed wattage with the manufacturer specification sheets: AI: LITHONIA 2BLT 48L ADP EZ1 45 LP840 LATC B1: LITHONIA 2GTL 4 48L EZ1 LP840 C1: LITHONIA STL4 48L EZ1 LP840 Dl: LITHONIA LDN6 40 15 L06 AR LSS E 1: LITHONIA IBGN 18000LM SEF AFL PI: KENALL SCA 4 0 1 45640K DCC 1 The technical specifications of the proposed luminaire match the manufacturer specification sheets provided by the reviewer: "PRJ-00990854 LightingSpecsheet-PRE .zip". Final quantity, type, and wattage of the lighting fixtures will be verified at the post-installation stage by using the manufacturer specification sheets for the installed luminaire. HVAC: The proposed building will be served by a high-efficiency VRF system. Based on the PG&E customized Rulebook V1.3 , "VRF systems in SBD may be included only for the purposes of setting the incentive rate in the compliance run, but must be modeled as neutral for the whole building savings claim." The proposed HVAC units were changed to neutrali ze the energy savings of the VRF system . Envelope: The table below outlines the proposed construction assemblies for exterior walls and roof of the n ew building in the provided energy model for the Public Safety Center : Tag Specifications V-Factor EWA-I A 12" Co ncrete 0.630 EWA-lB 10 " Concrete 0.680 EWA-I C 8" Concrete 0.690 EWA-2 8" CMU W/4" MTL 0.15 EWA-2A 8 "CMU 0.570 EWA-3 6" MTL W/2 " Rigid & R-19 0.057 Interior R-1 9 Wall Metal Stud - Roof 9.5" P ur l ins 60 " OC 5" Rigid Iso 0 .031 In addition, customer proposed to install skylights at the new building with U-Factor of 0.580 and Solar Heat Gain Coefficient of 0.25. Reviewer verified and confirmed the inputs of the Document date: 02/05/2018 EnergyPro model in the construction assemblies section by reviewing the architectural plans : "PSC Architectural DD Drawings 11_21 _20 16.pdf'. Domestic Hot Water The table below outlines the specification of the proposed DHW system to serve the new Public Safety Center based on the submitted plumbing plans "PRJ -00990854_Plum Plans .pdf': Tag Manufacturer Model Gas/Electric Input Storage Capacity WH-l Loch inv ar SNR 15l Gas 15 0MBH 90 Gal WH -2 Loch in var SNR1 5 l Gas 150 MBH 90 Gal The EnergyPro model inputs for the DHW system match the manufacturer specification sheet of the units: SWH-03.pdf During the pre-install review process, it was found that the schedule of the building HVAC and lighting system in the EnergyPro model was not reasonable for the proposed building type. For instance, the proposed heating and cooling setpoints of the interior spaces was entered as 95F for all year. In addition, no load factor was considered for the proposed lighting system at the building as it was proposed that all lights will be operating 2417 round the year. Reviewer changed the proposed operation of the building HV AC and lighting systems to Title 24 prescribed operation for the building type by changing the schedule input in the EnergyPro model to "Undefined". At the post-install stage , the operating hours and HV AC setpoints of the building will be verified by site inspection observation and reviewing the building EMS, if available. Analysis The project is submitted in the Savings By D esign program. As explained above , the Public Safety Center consists of San Rafael Police Department and Fire Station No 51 for San Rafael Fire Department. The energy savings calculations in this SBD project were done using the Whole Building approach and energy modeling was done in EnergyPro 6. Although the energy efficiency report (document titled "PRJ -00990854_Energy Efficiency Report.pdf ') stated that the EnergyPro 6 .7 was used to simulate the energy savings of the project, by reviewing the submitted UTIL-l reports and date of Title 24 compliance documents, reviewer found that the applicable baseline is 2013 Title 24 Standards and EnergyPro 6.8 should be used to generate the compliance margin and energy savings. Following changes were made in the EnergyPro model of the building to make it compatible with the Savings By Design guidelines, building construction plans, and expected operation of the proposed building: 1-The submitted model was built in EnergyPro 6.8 .0.1 and showed the compliance margin of 16.0%. To adopt the most updated version of the EnergyPro which still uses the sam e baseline, the model was run in EnergyPro 6.8.0.3. After this change, the compliance margin was decreased to 15.9%. 2-The proposed building will be served by a VRF system. Based on the PG&E Rulebook , VRF systems in SBD may be included only for the purposes of setting the incentive rate in the compliance run , but must be modeled as neutral for the whole building savings Document date: 02/05/2018 claim. The VRF system in the submitted model was defined as a series of split system. It was found that this methodology was not the best modeling strategy to neutralize the energy savings of VRF system. In the review process, the split units in the submitted model were changed to "undefined" systems. By making this change, EnergyPro will incorporate the Title 24 prescribed auto-sized HV AC units with minimum allowable energy efficiency and excludes the energy savings of these units. After this change, the compliance margin increased to 26.2%. 3-In addition to the VRF system, the customer proposed to install three unit-heaters. These units were modeled as split units in the submitted model and their efficiency was not matching with the provided manufacturer specification sheet. Necessary changes were made in the model during the review process. These changes did not change the compliance margin. For more information, please refer to the manufacturer specification sheet of the proposed unit-heaters: UDAS_TechData.pdf 4-Finally, reviewer noticed that the submitted report shows significant negative energy usage of the cooling system of the baseline building. This negative energy usage and unjustified energy savings from the lighting system was found to be results of incorrect schedules and set points, especially for the heating and cooling set points and lighting system. Therefore, the assigned schedules and set points of all building systems, including HVAC and lighting systems, were changed to "undefined". By making this change, the EnergyPro will automatically incorporate the schedules and set points of Title 24 for each assigned occupancy. These changes did not change the compliance margin. The final energy savings of the project will be defined at the post-install review stage based on the actual operating hours, load factors, and set points of the facility. For more information, please refer to the following EnergyPro models and reports: Submitted EnergyPro model and report: PRJ -00990854_Bldg Model.bld PSC_SBD UTIL-1.pdf Approved EnergyPro model and report: PRJ-00990854_Bldg Model-PRE.bld PRJ-00990854 UTIL-1Report-PRE.pdf Incremental Measure Cost The incremental measure cost (IMC) for this project is estimated by the design team in the energy efficiency report. Total IMC for this project is $1,718,089.00 and includes the incremental cost of the high efficiency lighting fixtures, VRF systems, and proposed insulation. The cost of proposed VRF system was excluded from the total IMC since installation of the VRF system was not an approved measure in this Savings By Design project. The table below outlines the submitted and approved IMC for the new Public Safety Center at the pre-installation stage: Item number Description Submitted IMC Approved IMC 1 HV AC System (VRF) $1,511,705.00 - 2 Increased Roof Insulation $52,498.00 $52,498.00 3 Low U-Value Glazing vs. Prescriptive $47,980.00 $47,980.00 4 Increased Exterior Wall Insulation $105,906.00 $105,906.00 Sum $1 ,718 ,089.00 $206,384.00 Document date: 02/05/2018 Based on the "Savings By Design 2017 Participants Handbook", the customer incentive is limited to 100% of the incremental costs associated with efficiency upgrades with a maximum project cap of$150,000.00. The OA approved incentive is less than the incremental cost, and is not cost capped. For more information about the cost analysis of the project, please refer to the submitted energy efficiency report. Savings & Incentives The reviewer used NR SBD Performance calculation mode in the EnergyPro 6.8.0.3 software to calculate the savings and incentive for this project. The submitted energy reports were generated using EnergyPro 6.8.0.1. The simulation of the approved model resulted in compliance margin of 35.0%, energy savings of 112,547 kWh, and 11.50 kW and 2,749 therms with a gross incentive of$43,867.45. The project is not cost-capped at 100% of the IMC. The approved incremental measure cost was calculated by the reviewer to $206,384.00. The customer submitted savings were 1,201 therms with a gross incentive of $1,201.00. The reasons for the difference between the customer's submitted savings and the OA approved values are explained in the calculation methodology above. It is important to note that per Savings By Design Program Manager's guidance, the energy usage of the receptacle load was excluded from the compliance margin calculations. For more information regarding the energy savings and incentive calculations, please refer to the spreadsheet calculation titled "PRJ-00990854 SavingsCalculations-PRE.xlsx". The table below shows the summary of the energy savings and incentives for this project: First-Year Energy Savings Estimated % Below Peak Power Incremental Energy Efficient Reduction Electricity Gas Measure Cost Title-24 Measures kW kWh/yr therms $ % Customer submitted Model 0.00 0.00 1,201 $1,718,089.00 14.9% OA Approved Model 11 .50 112 ,547 .00 2 ,751 $2 06,384 .00 35.0% PG&E Incentive Amount Based on Based Only Based Only on Total Total Incentives Peak Power on Energy Energy Rates Uncapped Capped Reduction Rates Rate ($/kW) ($/kWh) ($/therms) Incentive Incentive Customer submitted Model $0 .00 $0.00 $1,201.00 $1,201.00 $1,201.00 OA Approved Model $1,725 .00 $39,391.45 $2,751.00 $43,867.45 $43,867.45 The site is in San Rafael, CA, which is in climate zone 2. The DEER peak period days for climate zone 2 are the 8th , 9th , and 10 th of July. To qualify for kW savings, equipment needs to operate not only during the specific days of DEER peak periods, but also during the hours of Document date: 02/0512018 2pm-5pm on those specific days. The equipment is proposed to operate during DEER peak periods and thus does qualify for kW savings. Customer Incentive: The OA approved program incentive is $43,867.45 which is calculated using 35.0 Cents/kWh, $150/kW and $1.00/Therm incentive rates. The calculated incentive is less than 75% of the estimated incremental measure cost and is not capped. Design Team Incentive : The project used the whole building approach and the Design Team Incentive Application has been submitted: PRJ -00990854_DT App.pdf. Therefore, this project is eligible for design team incentive. The OA approved amount of the Design Team Incentive is $14,988.47. Additional Requirements: The following information is required at the PF stage: -Revised total project cost (if major changes from OA) -Spec sheets of installed equipment -Revised calculations and energy models, if necessary -Final As-Built construction documents -Screenshots of the BMS (or any other alternative document) to show the building operation and BV AC setpoints Reference Documents: Customer Submitted Documents PSC Architectural DD Drawings 11_21_2016.pdf 2017-08-01 _San Rafael PSC T24 Report_PC-1.pdf FW Eco-Charrette.msg PGE intro.msg PRJ -00990854_ Owner_App.pdf PRJ -00990854_Bldg Model.bld PRJ -00990854 CPUC Review Checklist.xlsx PRJ -00990854_DT App.pdf PRJ -00990854_Elec Plans.pdf PRJ -00990854_Energy Efficiency Report.pdf PRJ -00990854_Lighting Specs.zip PRJ -00990854_Mech Specs.zip PRJ -00990854_Plum Plans.pdf PRJ -00990854_ Window Specs.zip PSC_SBD UTIL-l.pdf RE FTP Site Set-up -SREF -Drawings for FS 52 57 SBD Info!.msg Document date: 02/05/2018 RE New Local PGE Rep -San Rafael-04262016.msg RE SREF -PGE Savings by Design.msg SBD_Owner App_FS51&PSC.pdf SR-Planning-Com_ 07-01-2016.pdf Reviewer Energy Models and Calculations PRJ-00990854 LightingSpecsheet-PRE.zip -PRJ-00990854 SavingsCalcs-PRE.xlsx PRJ-00990854 UTIL-lReport-PRE.pdf PRJ-00990854_Bldg Model-PRE.bld SWH-03.pdf UDAS _TechData (2).pdf Document date: 02/05/2018