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The simple payback period for residential building systems was much longer compared to that of commercial building systems.
In addition to utility savings of over $250,000, the Santa Monica College project qualified for a utility rebate of over $400,000, thus lowering its simple payback period to just 3 years.
Simple payback periods are very high for all three LED options, considering current practice.
The application not only determined that it would be more cost-effective to purchase new motors than to rewind the existing motors, but it also compared the cost-effectiveness and simple payback periods of various new 50-hp motors to help justify the purchase of new standard efficiency units.
Our decision making goes beyond simple payback period and considers the leases, appraised value and other factors.
These improvements are expected to generate approximately $111,000 in annual savings, and have a simple payback period of 1.
1 committee scalar method uses economic factors to arrive at a discounted threshold or target simple payback period (SPP) based on the expected life of each energy conservation measure.
NOI Builder takes an investment-grade approach to determining how each lease would allocate the costs and benefits of the proposed upgrade between the owner and the tenant; how changes in other building expenses, vacancy rate, and other factors would affect this allocation; how the owner's share of savings affects net operating income (NOI) and the building's appraised value; the project's total return, simple payback period, net present value (NPV), and internal rate of return (IRR) calculated from the owner's perspective; and how changes to vacancy, holding period, capitalization rates, inflation rates, and other factors would influence the owner's financial return.