Oct 12 – 16, 2015
Brookhaven National Laboratory
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Energy Services Performance Contracting Abstract - HEPIX Fall 2015

Oct 15, 2015, 12:10 PM
Bldg. 510 - Physics Department Large Seminar Room (Brookhaven National Laboratory)

Bldg. 510 - Physics Department Large Seminar Room

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Upton, NY 11973
IT Facilities & Business Continuity IT Facilities and Business Continuity


Mr Michael Ross (HP)


In today’s Federal Information Technology world you are face with many challenges. To name a few Cyber-attacks, un-funded mandates to consolidate data centers, new IT acquisitions laws requiring de-duplication with agency level CIO oversight implemented by the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA), aging equipment and data center infrastructure. Each of these challenges requires, in many cases a significant dollar investment agencies unfortunately do not have. There is a potential answer that can provide the funding to meet these challenges. The Energy Savings Performance Contract administered by Department of Energy and the US Army Corp of Engineers allows agencies to payback the cost of traditional building infrastructure and now IT projects that results in energy savings. Simply put, as energy savings are realized these dollar savings are used to pay back the cost of the project. The holders of the ESPC or Energy Service Companies (ESCO) provide the up-front dollars and are paid back through these savings. Using the ESPC is a win…win…win solution. It allows for the creation of jobs, no appropriations required, and once the project is paid off the savings are realized by the federal agency. We hope you attend HEPIX Fall 2015 to learn more about using the ESPC.
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