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1 City of La Palma Agenda Item No. 10 MEETING DATE: June 3, 2014 TO: FROM: SUBMITTED BY: CITY COUNCIL CITY MANAGER Mike Belknap, Community Services Director AGENDA TITLE: Energy Service Contract with Climatec Building Technologies for Implementation of Certain Energy Related Improvements to City Facilities PURPOSE: To consider an Energy Service Contract with Climatec Building Technologies for the implementation of certain energy related improvements to City facilities. BACKGROUND: As part of the City s contingency budget planning process last year, staff looked at opportunities to reduce energy costs which would have a positive impact on the General Fund. In early 2013, staff met with several vendors, including Chevron, Climatec, Siemens, and Honeywell, to conduct an energy assessment of City Facilities and processes. Additionally, the City contracted with Southern California Edison (SCE) to conduct a valuation of the City s streetlights to determine feasibility of their purchase. On July 11, 2013, the City began discussions with Climatec, an Energy Services Company, to develop a comprehensive city-wide energy efficiency project. On November 13, 2013, the City entered into a Letter of Authorization with Climatec to perform an Energy Audit of the City s facilities. Climatec is an Irvine based, nationally recognized, Energy Services Company (ESCO), that provides cost-effective solutions for energy related performance contracts. Climatec has designed quality control systems for heating, ventilating, and air conditioning equipment for many years and has worked with more than 80 municipalities and public agencies. On March 18, 2013, the City Council received a Preliminary Energy Assessment (PA) from Climatec and directed staff to bring back a completed analysis, including financing options, for further consideration. Components of the study included: Analysis of utility consumption at City facilities Identification of rebates and incentives Agenda Item 10 Page 1

2 A range of cost and savings estimates Identification of preliminary financing structures Climatec has since refined their assessment based on project feasibility. Given City Council s future consideration of a Civic Center Conceptual Design Study and construction to address seismic issues, the overall project can be phased to allow for the energy upgrades for these facilities to be postponed or eliminated as deemed appropriate. SUMMARY: Energy services contracts are authorized by the California Government Code Section , which provides that a public agency may enter into an energy services contract on such terms as the City Council determines are in the best interest of the City if the and that "the anticipated cost to the public agency for thermal or electrical energy or conservation services provided by the energy conservation facility under contract will be less than the anticipated marginal cost to the public agency of thermal, electrical, or other energy that would have been consumed by the public agency in the absence of those purchases." This simply means that the energy savings over a reasonable period generated by the project will be equal to or greater than the project costs. Attachment 1 provides a detailed scope of the energy improvements by City facility. combination, the proposed work includes: In Alerton Building Automation System High-Efficiency HVAC Upgrades Interior & Exterior Lighting Retrofits (Includes purchase of street lights from Southern California Edison) Occupancy Sensor Installation CO2 Demand Control Ventilation (DCV) Solar Photo Votaic (PV) Systems Thermal Insulation Measures New Irrigation Controls Systems Eternal Flame Control (smaller gas line & ability to reduce flame size overnight) The estimated and useful life for most of this equipment is 15 years, with the exception of solar which has an estimated 20-year life expectancy. The expected timeline (Attachment 2) for this project is approximately one year. Agenda Item 10 Page 2

3 PROJECT BENEFITS: The entire project, including the Civic Center, will provide immediate and long-term benefits including: Remedies over $1.8 million in facility improvement needs Reduces energy consumption 500,000 kilowatt hours (kwh) per year as well as reducing water consumption Decreases operating expenses $160,000 (excluding CIP) in the first year Over $2.5 million cumulative savings over 15 years Reduces almost 850,000 pounds in greenhouse gas emissions Equivalent to 10,255 trees planted 210 pound reduction in carbon monoxide Establishes the City as a leader in environmental stewardship An Energy Service Contract with Climatec would be the next phase of our ongoing successful efforts to reduce our energy consumption (including electric and water use), educate our community, and develop long-term cost savings. The City of La Palma seeks to be a leader in operating facilities that are responsible with resources both fiscally and environmentally. In addition, this project represents an important opportunity for La Palma to implement measures to reduce GHG production as mandated by AB 32/SB 375. As a guaranteed construction cost agreement, Climatec protects the City from any cost overruns from the construction/installation of the improvements included in the plan. This type of agreement is a proven method for the City to reduce risk while embarking on a project that is environmentally and financially beneficial. Typical public works projects do not offer this type of cost overrun protection. In conjunction with the energy audit, SCE completed and submitted their valuation of the City s streetlights. Purchasing these from SCE would allow for reduced rates from the current, more expensive LS1 rate to a LS2 rate. There would be additional reductions in both electrical use and charges by converting the high-density discharge (HID) fixtures to Light Emitting Diode (LED) fixtures. The actual purchase must be approved through the Public Utilities Commission and will likely take nine months to one year in part due to the newness of this process to SCE. FISCAL IMPACT: The City currently spends approximately $375,500 per year on electricity for City facilities, with the largest expense for street lights at $134,111 annually. An assessment of the City s energy systems shows that implementing energy efficiency measures will reduce annual energy costs by approximately $171,100 (averaged over 15 years). Should the City Council choose to proceed with the entire recommended project, the cost can be entirely funded by the operational savings provided by the implementation of the project and currently established utility Agenda Item 10 Page 3

4 incentives. The estimated purchase agreement for the street lights is $288,400. In addition, Climatec guarantees these savings will pay for the costs. The City is also working with other North Orange County cities to form an Energy Leadership Partnership Program, in conjunction with SCE and the Southern California Gas Company, which may result in additional savings through enhanced rebates due to significant projected energy savings through the projects. Where possible, the City would want to time its improvements to generate the greatest potential rebates. Attachment 3 Site/Location ECM Initial Price City Hall/Public Safety $ 446,607 Community Services Recreation 177,326 The HUB Activity Center* 3,544 Community Services City Yard 3,606 Central Park 6,846 SCE Right-Of-Way Greenbelt 32,815 El Rancho Verde Park 2,099 Citywide 357,784 Community Services Yard Well 33,863 Community Services Walker Well 45,150 Total $1,109,640 *The HUB may be excluded based on negotiations with the tenant for this facility Since the initial presentation, the City Council also received the Civic Center Seismic Study which indicated that significant repairs are necessary to achieve full operational capacity. As such, the City Council may choose to defer or eliminate the energy projects for the Civic Center pending further consideration. There are two options, with financial analysis, for the City Council to consider: Table 1 (Attachment 4) includes all proposed upgrades as presented, including the Civic Center, based on the following: 15 Year Lease 3.75% Lease Rate $500,000 Capital Contribution (Could be funded from planned project costs in COR or from one time funds) $288,400 SCE Street Light Purchase CIP & Planned Building Project Cost Savings Total Program Savings $3,308,316 Total Program Costs $1,976,342 Capital Investment $ 500,000 TOTAL SAVINGS (15 years) $ 831,974 Agenda Item 10 Page 4

5 Table 1 Year 0 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 Year 7 Program 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/20 20/21 Savings Annual 24, , , , , , , ,804 Utility Incentives 30,212 Planned CIP/Bldg. Projects* 535,000 41,000 36,000 25,000 20,000 20,000 Sub-Total 24, , , , , , , ,804 Program Costs Lease Payment 0 120, , , , , , ,316 Measure & Verify 0 9,500 9,500 9, Street Light Maint. 0 7,416 7,676 7,944 8,222 8,510 8,808 9,116 Sub-Total 137, , , , , , ,432 Net Cash Flow 24, ,294 (2,143) 43,821 53,481 47,606 46,308 50,372 Year 8 Year 9 Year 10 Year 11 Year 12 Year 13 Year 14 Year 15 Program 21/22 22/23 23/24 24/25 25/26 26/27 27/28 28/29 Savings Annual 164, , , , , , , ,314 Utility Incentives Planned CIP/Bldg. Projects* 36,000 4,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 Sub-Total 200, , , , , , , ,314 Program Costs Lease Payment 120, , , , , , , ,316 Measure & Verify Street Light Maint. 9,435 9,765 10,107 10,461 10,827 11,206 11,915 12,004 Sub-Total 129, , , , , , , ,321 Net Cash Flow 70,967 40,044 49,562 71,493 77,813 84,508 71,569 78,993 *City Hall Roof & Scheduled Citywide HVAC Replacements Agenda Item 10 Page 5

6 Table 2 (Attachment 5) includes all proposed upgrades as presented, without including Civic Center, based on the following: 15 Year Lease 3.75% Lease Rate $0 Capital Contribution $228,400 SCE Street Light Purchase CIP & Planned Building Project Cost Savings for Community Center & City Yard Total Program Savings $2,358,556 Total Program Costs $1,832,604 Capital Investment $ 0.00 TOTAL SAVINGS (15 years) $ 525,952 Table 2 Year 0 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 Year 7 Program 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/20 20/21 Savings Annual 22, , , , , , , ,956 Utility Incentives 28,212 Planned CIP/Bldg. Projects* 5,000 Sub-Total 22, , , , , , , ,956 Program Costs Lease Payment 0 110, , , , , , ,734 Measure & Verify 0 9,500 9,500 9, Street Light Maint. 0 7,416 7,676 7,944 8,222 8,510 8,808 9,116 Sub-Total 127, , , , , , ,850 Net Cash Flow 22,026 14,456 (9,535) (146) 8,919 13,666 47,707 22,106 Agenda Item 10 Page 6

7 Year 8 Year 9 Year 10 Year 11 Year 12 Year 13 Year 14 Year 15 Program 21/22 22/23 23/24 24/25 25/26 26/27 27/28 28/29 Savings Annual 147, , , , , , , ,145 Utility Incentives Planned CIP/Bldg. Projects* 4,000 20, ,000 Sub-Total 147, , , , , , , ,145 Program Costs Lease Payment 110, , , , , , , ,734 Measure & Verify Street Light Maint. 9,435 9,765 10,107 10,461 10,827 11,206 11,915 12,004 Sub-Total 129, , , , , , , ,321 Net Cash Flow 17,257 22,306 31,659 53,309 59,250 65,482 52,005 58,824 *Scheduled HVAC Replacements In both of these options, the capital project upgrades pays for themselves through energy savings throughout the term. For a capital investment of $500,000, the Table 1 option provides total savings to the City of $831,974. In Table 2, the project excludes the Civic Center and requires no funding for a savings of $525,952. The City Council may also choose to fund these projects at different amounts, which would determine the amount to be financed and resulting annual lease payment. Additionally, the City Council could decide not to proceed with the entire project and choose separate components, such as the streetlight purchase and retrofit to LED lighting or solar panels at the City s two reservoirs. Both costs and savings would then recalculated during contract development. None of the expenditure (financing options available for consideration) or revenue estimates have been included in the FY budget planning or the Sustainable Financial Plan. Frank Gill of Holman Capital, an Orange County firm that specializes in municipal financing, has reviewed the project and has determined that the project is financeable. Holman Capital has successfully placed many municipal energy project financings on behalf other Southern California Cities. Without the proposed project, the ongoing repair and replacement of the City s HVAC equipment will continue. In addition, energy costs will remain higher than necessary due to inefficient energy systems. The annual energy savings are based on current rates which are expected to continue rising. The energy audit conducted by Climatec was at no cost to the City. However should the City choose to proceed with any specified energy projects in the next three years without utilizing Agenda Item 10 Page 7

8 Climatec, the cost would be up to $.07 cents/sqf if utilizing their initial engineering work provided as part of the assessment. To date, the City has spent $10,000 for SCE to conduct the street light assessment. RECOMMENDED ACTION: It is recommended that the City Council take the following actions: a) Open Public Hearing b) Receive Staff Report c) Receive Public Input d) Close Public Hearing e) Council Comments and Questions f) Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and enter into an Energy Service Contract with Climatec Building Technologies for the implementation of certain energy related improvements to City facilities. APPROVED: Department Director Administrative Services City Manager Director Attachments: 1. Energy Conservation Project Packet 2. Estimated Project Timeline 3. Estimated Price Breakout List 4. Detailed Financial Analysis All Projects 5. Detailed Financial Analysis Civic Center Projects Removed 6. Proposed Resolution Approve Energy Service Contract Agenda Item 10 Page 8

9 CITY OF LA PALMA ENERGY CONSERVATION PROJECT Council Summary Packet

10 DETAILED ASSESSMENT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY CITY OF LA PALMA Climatec has completed an Energy Assessment for the City of La Palma (the City). Our vision for the City partnership is to implement a guaranteed energy savings program that will significantly reduce annual energy and operating costs, improve working environment comfort and reduce the City s carbon footprint. Some of the funds that were being spent to light, heat, cool and repair your facilities can now be redirected for more important uses and future planning. Climatec s energy audit team conducted several meetings, interviewed key City employees and performed an evaluation of the City facilities that addressed energy consuming equipment such as: heating, cooling, lighting, temperature controls, and building automation systems. We are pleased to offer a guaranteed energy savings program that will be addressing these key objectives: Remedies over $1.8M in facility improvement needs Significantly reduces the City s utility expenses Improves working environment comfort for staff Establishes the City as a leader in environmental stewardship The enclosed packet includes the following recommendations: New Alerton Building Automation System High-Efficiency HVAC Upgrades Interior & Exterior Lighting Retrofits Occupancy Sensor Installation CO 2 Demand Control Ventilation (DCV) Solar Photo Voltaic (PV) Systems Thermal Insulation Measures New Irrigation Controls Systems Eternal Flame Control In addition to annual energy savings over 500,000 kilowatt hours (kwh), our recommendations will generate the following green environmental equivalents each year: 849,605 pound reduction in greenhouse gas emissions 10,255 trees planted 210 pound reduction in carbon monoxide 72 cars removed from the road 51 homes powered All included contents produced by Climatec are agreed to be proprietary and confidential and will not be shared with non-city personnel

11 DETAILED ASSESSMENT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (CONT.) CITY OF LA PALMA Our mission is to change the way municipalities benefit from energy performance contracting. Climatec offers a flexible process to adapt to the City s needs and requirements. We do it right the first time, on-time, and truly own a project so that real savings are achieved on the City s actual utility bills rather than relying solely on a Measurement & Verification (M&V) report. We believe in transparency between what we do and what the customer sees which greatly differentiates Climatec from the industry s standard way of doing business. Climatec has been in business for 39 years and employs over 650 building systems and energy management professionals. We are proud to have ongoing, multiyear business relationships with municipalities throughout the state of California. With significant California-based resources, Climatec has delivered all of our energy projects on time and on budget. We encourage the City to review our case studies on the following pages. Climatec prides itself on being the value provider. We offer exclusive representation of 55 HVAC & BAS manufactures, where we act as the wholesale distributor to end users and the contractor community. This translates into faster project implementation and increased savings. Climatec projects are currently producing over $250 million in life cycle savings for the public sector. Over the last 12 months, Climatec has achieved 122% of our energy savings projections and has never had an energy savings shortfall. Additionally, our customers are drastically reducing CO 2 emissions, saving millions of dollars on energy bills, and setting an example for environmental stewardship. The following Energy Assessment will provide an overview of your facilities utility usage, recommended facility improvements, and financial highlights. Climatec would like to thank the City staff for their assistance during the compilation of this report. We look forward to working with you on this important project. All included contents produced by Climatec are agreed to be proprietary and confidential and will not be shared with non-city personnel

12 DETAILED ASSESSMENT UTILITY ANALYSIS CITY OF LA PALMA Site Name Square Footage Dollars Electric Walker/Water Plant - $68, ,306 Street Lights - LS1 - $134, ,366 kwh $160,000 $134,111 City Yard/Water Plant - $44, ,604 $120,000 City Hall/ Public Safety 19,060 $52, ,930 Comm. Services/ Rec. 12,067 $45, ,779 Street Lights - LS2 - $6,423 78,624 Traffic Control - TC1 - $10,707 59,643 $80,000 $68,903 $52,697 $45,240 $44,204 Public Works City Yard Office 1,130 $6,182 40,213 $40,000 Greenbelt Park - $4,775 26,796 El Rancho Verde Park - $1,449 5,833 The HUB Activity Center 1,500 $802 3,123 Total 33,757 $375,494 2,411,217 $0 Street Lights- LS1 Walker Plant City Hall/ Public Safety Comm. Services/ Rec. City Yard Plant $10,707 Traffic Control $6,423 $6,182 $4,775 Street Lights- LS2 Public Works/City Yard Greenbelt Park $1,449 $802 El Rancho Verde Park The HUB Activity Center City Yard/Water Plant 12% Street Lights-LS1 36% Walker/Water Plant 18% City Hall/Public Safety 14% Comm. Services/Rec. 12% Other 2% Traffic Control 3% Public Works/City Yard 1% Street Lights-LS2 2% $45,000 $36,000 $27,000 $18,000 $9,000 $0 MONTHLY ELECTRIC COSTS $40,886 $36,516 $35,435 $34,870 $31,575 $30,165 $28,507 $29,262 $28,245 $26,446 $27,394 $26,191 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec All included contents produced by Climatec are agreed to be proprietary and confidential and will not be shared with non-city personnel

13 DETAILED ASSESSMENT SCOPE OF WORK CITY OF LA PALMA B U I L D I N G A U T O M A T I O N S Y S T E M ( B A S ) L I G H T I N G M E C H A N I C A L M I S C. S O L A R W A T E R T H E R M A L I N S U L A T I O N New Alerton BAS Occupancy Sensor Integration CO 2 Demand Control Ventilation Eternal Flame Control Interior Lighting Upgrades Parking/ Exterior Lighting Upgrades Occupancy Sensor Installation Street Lighting & Signage LED Upgrade New High Efficiency HVAC Units New Outside Air Economizer Well & Booster Pump Optimization Balance Air Distribution System Utility Meter Split Install Solar System Irrigation Controls Upgrades Install New Insulated Windows Install New Cool Roof City Hall/ Public Safety X X X X X X X X X X X X X Comm. Services/ Rec. X X X X X X X X X The HUB Activity Center X X Public Works /City Yard X Central Park X X X Greenbelt Park X X El Rancho Verde Park X X City Wide X X City Yard/Water Plant X X Walker/Water Plant X X All included contents produced by Climatec are agreed to be proprietary and confidential and will not be shared with non-city personnel

14 DETAILED ASSESSMENT SCOPE OF WORK CITY OF LA PALMA Control Scope Replace existing thermostats with an Alerton BAS to monitor and control HVAC equipment operation, temperatures and runtime schedules. This control system will be expanded to monitor the City s eternal flame. Integrate Occupancy Sensors into the new Alerton BAS to provide temperature setbacks during unoccupied times. Add CO 2 Demand Control Ventilation (DCV) in highly occupied areas to provide proper ventilation and increase energy savings. Retrofit crossfire burner and provide BAS control and monitoring to the Eternal Flame. Mechanical Scope Replace (1) gas/electric package unit with a new high efficiency unit of similar size and capacity installed with an economizer to modulate outside air flow. Provide air balance at City Hall to improve comfort. Lighting Scope Retrofit interior incandescent lamps with new LED technology. Retrofit exterior building and pole mounted HID fixtures to new LED technology. Install Occupancy Sensors in appropriate locations to turn off the lighting system during unoccupied times. Water Conservation Scope Install a fully automated, Smart, weather based irrigation control system. This will provide scheduling, alerts, and satellite control of the irrigation system. Thermal Insulation Scope Install new double-pane, insulated windows and insulated lower panels (11 locations). Install a new cool roof after the necessary structural improvements are implemented. All included contents produced by Climatec are agreed to be proprietary and confidential and will not be shared with non-city personnel

15 DETAILED ASSESSMENT SCOPE OF WORK CITY OF LA PALMA Control Scope Replace existing thermostats with an Alerton BAS to monitor and control HVAC equipment operation, temperatures and runtime schedules. Integrate Occupancy Sensors into the new Alerton BAS to provide temperature setbacks during unoccupied times. Add CO 2 Demand Control Ventilation (DCV) in high occupied areas to provide proper ventilation and increase energy savings. Mechanical Scope Replace (2) gas/electric package units with new high efficiency units of similar size and capacity. Lighting Scope Retrofit remaining T12 fluorescent fixtures with latest generation T8 lamps and electronic ballasts. Retrofit exterior building and pole mounted HID fixtures to new LED technology. Install Occupancy Sensors in appropriate locations to turn off the lighting system during unoccupied times. Misc. Scope Split the utility meters at this site and properly adjust each meter to the appropriate rate. Water Conservation Scope Install a fully automated, Smart, weather based irrigation control system. This will provide scheduling, alerts, and satellite control of the irrigation system. Lighting Scope Retrofit remaining interior and exterior T12 fluorescent fixtures with latest generation T8 lamps and electronic ballasts. Retrofit interior incandescent lamps with new LED technology. All included contents produced by Climatec are agreed to be proprietary and confidential and will not be shared with non-city personnel

16 DETAILED ASSESSMENT SCOPE OF WORK CITY OF LA PALMA Lighting Scope Install Occupancy Sensors in appropriate locations to turn off the lighting system during unoccupied times. Lighting Scope Retrofit exterior HID fixtures to new LED technology. Misc. Scope Split the utility meters at this site and properly adjust each meter to the appropriate rate. Water Conservation Scope Install a fully automated, Smart, weather based irrigation control system. This will provide scheduling, alerts, and satellite control of the irrigation system. Lighting Scope Retrofit exterior HID fixtures to new LED technology. Water Conservation Scope Install a fully automated, Smart, weather based irrigation control system. This will provide scheduling, alerts, and satellite control of the irrigation system. Lighting Scope Retrofit exterior HID fixtures to new LED technology. Water Conservation Scope Install a fully automated, Smart, weather based irrigation control system. This will provide scheduling, alerts, and satellite control of the irrigation system. All included contents produced by Climatec are agreed to be proprietary and confidential and will not be shared with non-city personnel

17 DETAILED ASSESSMENT SCOPE OF WORK CITY OF LA PALMA Lighting Scope Acquire LS-1 street lights from SCE to convert to LS-2 rate. Retrofit street lighting from HID to new LED technology. Retrofit street signage from T12 fluorescents to LED technology. Water Conservation Scope Install a fully automated, Smart, weather based irrigation control system at selected sites. This will provide scheduling, alerts, and satellite control of the irrigation system. Mechanical Scope Analyze domestic water system distribution pressures to determine an efficient reference point and adjust both well and distribution pumps to balance the system and reduce pump power consumption. Renewable Generation Scope Install a solar photo voltaic (PV) system. Mechanical Scope Analyze domestic water system distribution pressures to determine an efficient reference point and adjust both well and distribution pumps to balance the system and reduce pump power consumption. Renewable Generation Scope Install a solar photo voltaic (PV) system. All included contents produced by Climatec are agreed to be proprietary and confidential and will not be shared with non-city personnel

18 DETAILED ASSESSMENT FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS CITY OF LA PALMA Total Infrastructure Improvements... $1,875,527 Includes Total Climatec Project, Taxes & Bonds, and RCNLD Street Light Purchase Capital Contribution... $ 500,000 Annual Lease Payment... $ 120,316 Purchase Power Agreement (PPA)... $ 0 First Year Savings... $ 160,526 Lifecycle Savings... $2,566,559 Note: Includes net savings associated with 384kW PV System at Walker Plant and City Yard provided under separate third party owned financing (PPA). All included contents produced by Climatec are agreed to be proprietary and confidential and will not be shared with non-city personnel

19 ID Task Name Duration, '14 Jun 1, '14 Jun 22, '14 Jul 13, '14 Aug 3, '14 Aug 24, '14 Sep 14, '14 Oct 5, '14 Oct 26, '14 Nov 16, '14 Dec 7, '14 Dec 28, '14 Jan 18, '15 Feb 8, '15 Mar 1, '15 Mar 22, '15 Apr 12, '15 May 3, '15 1 Project Award 1 day 2 Contracts 1 day 3 Engineering Submittals 14 days 4 Lighting Installation 14 days 5 Control Installation 42 days 6 Mechanical Installation 21 days 7 Irrigation Installation 21 days 8 Solar (PV) Engineering/Install 105 days 9 Street Lighting Engineering/Install 84 days 10 City Hall (Roof 60 days Engineering/Installation, Controls and Lighting Retrofit) 11 Training 2 days 12 Closeout 6 days Task Project Summary Manual Task Start-only Deadline Project: Project Timeline PHX U Date: Wed 5/28/14 Split Milestone Inactive Task Inactive Milestone Duration-only Manual Summary Rollup Finish-only External Tasks Progress Manual Progress Summary Inactive Summary Manual Summary External Milestone Page 1

20 City of La Palma Price Breakout Energy Conservation Measures (ECMs) City Hall/ Pubilc Safety Comm. Services/ Rec. The HUB Activity Center Publics Works/ City Yard Central Park Greenbelt Park El Rancho Verde Park City Wide City Yard/ Water Plant Walker/ Water Plant TOTAL Total Lifecycle Savings Useful Life Controls Upgrades $ 101,259 $ 56,141 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $157,399 $295, Mechanical Upgrades $ 20,664 $ 52,911 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ 33,863 $ 45,150 $152,587 $506, Lighting Upgrades $ 15,823 $ 66,176 $ 3,544 $ 3,606 $ 659 $ 20,080 $ - $ 336,992 $ - $ - $446,880 $1,417, Irrigation Upgrades $ 7,504 $ 2,099 $ - $ - $ 6,187 $ 12,736 $ 2,099 $ 20,792 $ - $ - $51,416 $156, Thermal Insulation $ 301,357 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $301,357 $37, Solar PPA $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $0 $122, SITE SUBTOTALS $ 446,607 $ 177,326 $ 3,544 $ 3,606 $ 6,846 $ 32,815 $ 2,099 $ 357,784 $ 33,863 $ 45,150 $ 1,109,640 $ 2,536,346 Price Summary Site Subtotal $1,109,640 Project Development & EE $55,482 APME Engineering $10,764 Project Management $44,386 Travel $23,647 General Conditions $33,289 Contigency $27,741 Overhead Expense $153,265 Gross Profit $102,177 Performance Bond & Sales Tax $26,738 Project Total $1,587,127

21 DETAILED ASSESSMENT FINANCIAL ANALYSIS CITY OF LA PALMA Annual Savings $24,286 $130,314 $135,349 $140,582 $146,020 $151,673 $155,432 $159,804 $164,719 $170,126 $175,986 $182,270 $188,956 $196,030 $203,484 $211,314 Utility Incentives $30,212 TOTAL PROGRAM SAVINGS $24,286 $160,526 $135,349 $140,582 $146,020 $151,673 $155,432 $159,804 $164,719 $170,126 $175,986 $182,270 $188,956 $196,030 $203,484 $211,314 $2,566,559 Project Value $1,560,749 Taxes & Bonds $26,378 RCNLD Purchase $288,400 Capital Contribution $500,000 Principal Amount $1,375,527 Annual Lease Payment $0 $120,316 $120,316 $120,316 $120,316 $120,316 $120,316 $120,316 $120,316 $120,316 $120,316 $120,316 $120,316 $120,316 $120,316 $120,316 Measurement & Verification $0 $9,500 $9,500 $9,500 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 LS-1 Service Maint $0 $7,416 $7,676 $7,944 $8,222 $8,510 $8,808 $9,116 $9,435 $9,765 $10,107 $10,461 $10,827 $11,206 $11,598 $12,004 TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS $0 $137,232 $137,492 $137,761 $128,539 $128,826 $129,124 $129,432 $129,752 $130,082 $130,424 $130,777 $131,143 $131,522 $131,915 $132,321 NET CUMULATIVE CASH FLOW $24,286 $47,580 $45,438 $48,259 $65,741 $88,587 $114,896 $145,267 $180,234 $220,279 $265,842 $317,334 $375,146 $439,654 $511,224 $590,217 $590,217 All included contents produced by Climatec are agreed to be proprietary and confidential and will not be shared with non-city personnel

22 DETAILED ASSESSMENT FINANCIAL ANALYSIS Option I CITY OF LA PALMA Total Infrastructure Improvements... $ 977,574 Includes Total Climatec Project and Taxes & Bonds RCLND (Street Light) Purchase... $ 288,400 Total Financed Amount... $1,265,974 Annual Lease Payment... $ 110,734 First Year Savings... $ 142,106 Lifecycle Savings... $2,289,556 All included contents produced by Climatec are agreed to be proprietary and confidential and will not be shared with non-city personnel

23 DETAILED ASSESSMENT FINANCIAL ANALYSIS Option I CITY OF LA PALMA Annual Savings $22,026 $113,894 $118,374 $123,032 $127,875 $132,910 $137,249 $141,956 $147,009 $152,388 $158,083 $164,086 $170,393 $177,004 $183,920 $191,145 Utility Incentives $28,212 TOTAL PROGRAM SAVINGS $22,026 $142,106 $118,374 $123,032 $127,875 $132,910 $137,249 $141,956 $147,009 $152,388 $158,083 $164,086 $170,393 $177,004 $183,920 $191,145 $2,289,556 Project Value $961,391 Taxes & Bonds $16,183 RCNLD Purchase $288,400 Capital Contribution $0 Principal Amount $1,265,974 Annual Lease Payment $0 $110,734 $110,734 $110,734 $110,734 $110,734 $110,734 $110,734 $110,734 $110,734 $110,734 $110,734 $110,734 $110,734 $110,734 $110,734 Measurement & Verification $0 $9,500 $9,500 $9,500 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 LS-1 Service Maint $0 $7,416 $7,676 $7,944 $8,222 $8,510 $8,808 $9,116 $9,435 $9,765 $10,107 $10,461 $10,827 $11,206 $11,598 $12,004 TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS $0 $127,650 $127,909 $128,178 $118,956 $119,244 $119,542 $119,850 $120,169 $120,499 $120,841 $121,195 $121,561 $121,940 $122,332 $122,738 NET CUMULATIVE CASH FLOW $22,026 $36,482 $26,946 $21,800 $30,719 $44,386 $62,093 $84,199 $111,039 $142,928 $180,170 $223,061 $271,894 $326,958 $388,546 $456,953 $456,953 All included contents produced by Climatec are agreed to be proprietary and confidential and will not be shared with non-city personnel

24 RESOLUTION NO A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LA PALMA, CALIFORNIA, AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO NEGOTIATE AND ENTER INTO AN ENERGY SERVICE CONTRACT WITH CLIMATEC BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CERTAIN ENERGY RELATED IMPROVEMENTS TO CITY FACILITIES WHEREAS, California Government Code Section to , authorizes the City Council to enter into an Energy Service Contract for the implementation of energy related improvements if the City Council finds that it is in the best interest of the city to enter into such Energy Service Contract and that the anticipated cost to the City for thermal or electrical energy or conservation services provided by the energy conservation facility under contract will be less than the anticipated marginal cost to the City of thermal, electrical, or other energy that would have been consumed by the City in absence of those purchases; and WHEREAS, The cost to the City for the Energy Service Contract by and between the City and Climatec Building Technologies for implementation of certain energy measures for thermal or electrical energy or conservation services will be less than the anticipated marginal cost to the City of thermal, electrical, or other energy that would have been consumed by the City in absence of the implementation of the improvements under the Energy Service Contract; and WHEREAS, on June 3, 2014, the City Council conducted a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Energy Service Contract, and considered all evidence and testimony presented at that public hearing. NOW, THEREFORE, the City Council of the City of La Palma hereby resolves and finds as follows: (1) It is in the best interest of the City to enter into an Energy Service Contract with Climatec Building Technologies for the implementation of certain energy related improvements to City facilities; and (2) The anticipated cost to the City for thermal or electrical energy or conservation services provided by the energy conservation facility under the contract will be less than the anticipated marginal cost to the City of thermal, electrical, or other energy that would have been consumed by the City in absence of those purchases. The City Council herby authorizes the City Manager to execute an Energy Service Contract by and between the City and Climatec Building Technologies for the June 3, 2014 Page 1 of 3 Climatec Energy Service Contract CC Resolution 2014-

25 implementation of certain energy related improvements to City facilities in accordance with these findings and California Government Code Section to ATTEST: Steve Shanahan Chair Laurie A. Murray, CMC City Clerk June 3, 2014 Page 2 of 3 Climatec Energy Service Contract CC Resolution 2014-

26 STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF ORANGE ) SS. CITY OF LA PALMA ) I, LAURIE A. MURRAY, Secretary of the Planning Commission of the City of La Palma, California, DO HEREBY CERTIFY that the foregoing Resolution was adopted by the Planning Commission of said City at a regular meeting of said Planning Commission held on the 3rd day of June 2014, and that it was so adopted by called vote as follows: AYES: NOES: Laurie A. Murray, CMC City Clerk June 3, 2014 Page 3 of 3 Climatec Energy Service Contract CC Resolution 2014-

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