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2007 Conservation Potential Review: The Potential for Electricity Savings through Technology Adoption, 2006 โ€“ 2026 Industrial Sector in British Columbia

Date Published: November 20, 2007     Document Type: Report

This report presents the results of Analysis Area 1 for BC Hydro’s Industrial sector customers (Report 1 in Exhibit E1, above). This report addresses commercially available electric energy efficiency and peak load reduction measures that are applicable to B.C.’s Industrial sector. It also provides an overview of emerging technologies that have the potential to affect Industrial electricity consumption in later periods of this study.

BC Hydro 2007 Conservation Potential Review - The Potential for Electricity Savings through Technology Adoption, 2006 โ€“ 2026 Residential Sector in British Columbia

Date Published: November 20, 2007     Document Type: Report

This report presents the results of Analysis Area 1 for BC Hydro’s Residential sector customers (Report 1 in Exhibit E1, above). This report addresses all commercially available electric energy efficiency and peak load reduction measures that are applicable to B.C.’s Residential sector. It also provides an overview of emerging technologies that have the potential to affect residential electricity consumption in later periods of this study.

BC Hydro 2007 Conservation Potential Review - The Potential for Electricity Savings through Fuel Switching, 2006 โ€“ 2026 Industrial Sector in British Columbia

Date Published: November 20, 2007     Document Type: Report

This report addresses commercially available natural gas technologies that can be substituted for electrical models in the following Industrial end uses: compressed air, pumps, and cooling and refrigeration. The conversion of electric process heat applications to natural gas was also investigated.

Interim Process Evaluation of the Efficient Lighting Initiative: 1999-2001 (Abstract Only)

Date Published: January 1, 2003     Document Type: Conference publication

This paper presents the interim process evaluation results of the Efficient Lighting Initiative (ELI), as presented in a report to the International Finance Corp, a division of the World Bank, in 2002. The paper describes how the ELI program is being implemented in seven countries (Argentina, Peru, South Africa, Czech Republic, Latvia, Hungary, and the Philippines) and summarizes key evaluation findings from program start-up and first-year activities. The purpose of this evaluation is to provide ELI management with feedback as to the operation of the program and how the various groups involved with implementation perceive ELI. (Abstract only)

Lessons Learned and Evaluation of 2-way Central A/C Thermostat Control System (Abstract Only)

Date Published: January 1, 2005     Document Type: Conference publication

Con Edison performed an assessment, implemented a pilot program and full-scale rollout of this technology, which communicates with the Central A/C thermostat via two-way pager, and enables features such as confirming feedback, recordable customer overrides, monitoring and thermostat access via internet by both customer and utility, utility control of either thermostat setpoint or duty cycle limit, and collection of hourly runtime and temperature data for virtually all units. This paper presents background on the program, lessons learned, and impacts from the perspective of both the utility and the participants, including kW impacts and customer satisfaction. (Abstract only)