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2018 Commercial Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps Program Summary

Date Published: October 23, 2019     Document Type: Program Summary
Sectors: Commercial, Commercial & Industrial, HVAC - Commercial

In support of the CEE High Efficiency Commercial Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps Initiative ("CEE Initiative"), the 2018 CEE Commercial Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps Program ("Program Summary") characterize CEE member voluntary efficiency programs aimed at reducing energy consumption from commercial air conditioning and heat pump systems in 2018. These programs can address a wide variety of individual measures as well as measures aimed at improving system efficiency and performance. The focus of this document is prescriptive incentives for air conditioning and heat pump equipment, system accessories, and maintenance. Highlighting data that adds visibility to member program content, direction and trends can help inform future CEE Initiative direction.

The Program Overview tab provides CEE staff analysis of data collected in the Program Summary, identifying CEE member program administrators participating in the CEE Initiative, and highlighting member program content, direction, and trends that can help inform future CEE Initiative direction. The Program Summary is includes information on CEE member program administrators' commercial air conditioning and heat pump incentive offerings, and may not be inclusive of all CEE member incentive offerings for commercial air conditioning and heat pump equipment and system components. The program offerings described here are prescriptive except where noted otherwise. Many CEE members offer custom path programs through which additional incentives may be available for these and other types of commercial HVAC equipment. Check with individual CEE member programs for details.

2018 CEE Commercial Lighting Program Summary

Date Published: October 17, 2019     Document Type: Program Summary
Fuel Type:Electric Sectors: Commercial, Commercial & Industrial, Lighting - Commercial

In support of the CEE Commercial Lighting Systems Initiative, the 2018 CEE Commercial Lighting Program Summary ('Program Summary') provides a shapshot of voluntary efficiency programs aimed at reducing energy consumption in commercial lighting systems that were active during 2018. These programs can address a wide variety of individual measures as well as measures aimed at improving system efficiency and performance. The Program Summary includes 74 CEE Members, with a variety of fuel types, including electric only (49%) and combined or fuel-neutral (45%), that offer some type of commercial lighting measure(s), representing 36 US states (including the District of Columbia) and 4 Canadian provinces. Collectively, these members serve approximately 8,601,717 electric commercial and industrial customers.

This Program Summary is intended for the following purposes:

  1. To facilitate information exchange among CEE members.
  2. To serve as a resource for industry or other stakeholders seeking summary information about commercial lighting programs offered by CEE members.
  3. To support CEE and the CEE Commercial Lighting Committee in identifying program trends and initiative opportunities.

The information in this program summary was collected primarily through publicly available information on CEE member websites from 2018, though some supplemental information not available through member websites may have been collected from CEE members directly. Check with individual CEE member programs for details.

 

CEE 2018 Data Centers and Business IT Program Summary

Date Published: October 11, 2019     Document Type: Program Summary
Fuel Type:Electric Sectors: Commercial, Commercial & Industrial, Data Centers & Servers

CEE compiled this program summary in support of the CEE Data Centers and Servers Initiative. Highlighting data that adds visibility to member program content, direction and trends can help inform future CEE Initiative direction. This program summary focuses on program offerings targeted to data centers and business IT environments, and is not inclusive of all CEE member incentive offerings for which such customers may be eligible. Data center customers are typically eligible for program offerings for efficient commercial lighting and HVAC equipment and standard custom offerings. Check with individual CEE member programs for details.

Information on the 29 CEE member programs represented in this document was compiled from data collected from CEE member websites in the fall and winter of 2018. Due to the fact that each CEE member uses different program development processes and schedules, this document aims to provide the best available snapshot of programs as of the date of its publication, and does not attempt to describe how they have evolved to date or how they are likely to change in the future.