A Model For Onsite Inspections: That Quantify Program Comprehensiveness And Service Delivery Quality (Abstract Only)

Date Published: January 1, 2005

Document Type: Conference publication

Authors

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Author Names:

Carroll, David

Abstract

The utility restructuring law passed in New Jersey created a statewide ratepayer funded energy efficiency program targeted to low-income electric and gas customers. The legislation and subsequent BPU orders mandated that the program deliver comprehensive services that met explicit usage reduction targets. Since the primary focus of the BPU mandate was on meeting program savings targets, the evaluation report empowered the program management team by measuring that the rate at which the program missed cost-effective measures and by estimating the cost implications of increasing measure installation rates. The evaluation report also identified savings that the program could realize by eliminating installation of ineffective program measures. (Abstract only)

Efficiency Topics

Evaluation