Library: 2005, Ridge & Associates

4 results

Results

Highly Cost-Effective Savings (Abstract Only)

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

This paper describes the effectiveness of California residential appliance energy efficiency standards, and the role of codes and standards (C&S) programs as a highly cost-effective component of a portfolio of energy efficiency programs. The methods and recommendations in this paper will apply to many other states and other efficiency program portfolios. (Abstract only)

Efficient Building Equipment in Oregon: What They Got and How They Got It (Abstract Only)

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

In early 2003, the newly created Energy Trust of Oregon, Inc. launched the Building Efficiency Program to acquire large volumes of energy savings from nonresidential lighting and mechanical systems. The paper presents the findings from an impact and process evaluation addressing the program’s first two years. (Abstract only)

Benefit Cost Analysis of a Portfolio of Energy Efficiency Programs (Abstract Only)

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

This report summarizes the benefit cost (B/C) model developed and used to estimate the costeffectiveness of New York’s public benefits programs. B/C ratios were calculated under a number of scenarios for 18 different New York Energy $martSM Program initiatives. Results are presented at the program level, sector (i.e., business/institutional, residential, and low-income) level, and the portfolio level. (Abstract only)

Building Efficiency Program Process and Impact Evaluation: End of Second Program Year.

Date Published: December 30, 2005     Document Type: Evaluation Study / Report, Report

This report describes an impact evaluation conducted at the latter half of the Building Efficiency Program’s second year and a process evaluation completed in early 2005. This report evaluates the program’s free rider and spillover effects, the penetration of efficient lighting projects in ETO’s service territory, and program satisfaction. It also includes program recommendations.