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Compilation of Savings Algorithms and Input Assumptions
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CT - UI, CL&PRes/C&I10/15UI and CL&P Program Savings Document for 2016 Program YearNEEPUI and CL&P Program Savings Document for 2015 Program YearTechnical Reference ManualN/AThis manual provides detailed, comprehensive documentation of resource and non-resource savings corresponding to the Energy Efficiency Fund program and individual Conservation and Load Management (C&LM) program technologies. The manual fulfills the former Connecticut Department of Public Utility Control’s (DPUC’s) requirement to develop a Technical Reference Manualclaimed resource costs and savings, common assumptions, savings calcuations and methodologiesThe United Illuminating Company & Eversource Energy
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CT - UI, CL&PRes/C&I11/14UI and CL&P Program Savings Document for 2015 Program YearCT DPUCUI and CL&P Program Savings Document for 2015 Program YearTechnical Reference ManualN/AThis manual provides detailed, comprehensive documentation of resource and non-resource savings corresponding to the Energy Efficiency Fund program and individual Conservation and Load Management (C&LM) program technologies. The manual fulfills the former Connecticut Department of Public Utility Control’s (DPUC’s) requirement to develop a Technical Reference Manualclaimed resource costs and savings, common assumptions, savings calcuations and methodologiesThe United Illuminating Company & Connecticut Light & Power Company
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CT - UI, CL&PRes/C&I10/13UI and CL&P Program Savings Document for 2013 Program YearEnergize ConnecticutUI and CL&P Program Savings Document for 2013 Program YearTechnical Reference ManualN/AThis manual provides detailed, comprehensive documentation of resource and non-resource savings corresponding to the Energy Efficiency Fund program and individual Conservation and Load Management (C&LM) program technologies. The manual fulfills the former Connecticut Department of Public Utility Control’s (DPUC’s) requirement to develop a Technical Reference Manualclaimed resource costs and savings, common assumptions, savings calcuations and methodologiesThe United Illuminating Company & Connecticut Light & Power Company
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CT - UI, CL&PRes/C&I09/11UI and CL&P Program Savings Documentation for 2012 Program YearEnergize ConnecticutUI and CL&P Program Savings Documentation for 2012 Program YearTechnical Reference ManualN/AThe purpose of this manual is to provide detailed, comprehensive documentation of all claimed resource costs and savings corresponding to individual Conservation and Load Management technologies. This Program Savings Document fulfills the Department's requirement to develop a Technical Reference Manual.claimed resource costs and savings, common assumptions, savings calcuations and methodologiesThe United Illuminating Company: Michael Ghilani & Ruth Gay. Connecticut Light & Power Company:
David Bebrin & Vinay Ananthachar
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CT - UI, CL&PRes/C&I09/10UI and CL&P Program Savings Documentation for 2011 Program YearNEEPUI and CL&P Program Savings Documentation for 2011 Program YearTechnical Reference ManualN/AThe purpose of this manual is to provide detailed, comprehensive documentation of all claimed resource costs and savings corresponding to individual Conservation and Load Management technologies. This Program Savings Document fulfills the Department's requirement to develop a Technical Reference Manual.claimed resource costs and savings, common assumptions, savings calcuations and methodologiesThe United Illuminating Company:
Ruth Gay & Michael Ghilani.
Connecticut Light & Power Company:
David Bebrid & Vinay Ananthatchar.
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CT - UI, CL&PRes/C&I10/09UI and CL&P Program Savings Documentation for 2010 Program YearCEEUI & CL&P Program Savings Documentation for 2010 Program YearTechnical Reference ManualN/AThe purpose of this manual is to provide detailed, comprehensive documentation of all claimed resource costs and savings corresponding to individual Conservation and Load Management technologies. This Program Savings Document fulfills the Department's requirement to develop a Technical Reference Manual.claimed resource costs and savings, common assumptions, savings calcuations and methodologiesThe United Illuminating Company:
Craig Bradley & Michael Ghilani.
Connecticut Light & Power Company:
David Bebrid & Vinay Ananthatchar.
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CT - UI, CL&PRes/C&I10/08UI and CL&P Program Savings Documentation for 2009 Program YearCT DPUCUI and CL&P Program Savings Documentation for 2009 Program YearTechnical Reference ManualN/AThe purpose of this manual is to provide detailed, comprehensive documentation of all claimed resource costs and savings corresponding to individual Conservation and Load Management technologies. This Program Savings Document fulfills the Department's requirement to develop a Technical Reference Manual.claimed resource costs and savings, common assumptions, savings calcuations and methodologiesThe United Illuminating Company: Craig Bradley & Michael Ghilani. Connecticut Light & Power Company: David Bebrid & Vinay Ananthatchar.
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CT - UI, CL&PRes/C&I09/07UI and CL&P Program Savings Documentation for 2008 Program YearEnergize ConnecticutUI and CL&P Program Savings Documentation for 2008 Program YearTechnical Reference ManualN/AThe purpose of this manual is to provide detailed, comprehensive documentation of all claimed resource costs and savings corresponding to individual Conservation and Load Management technologies. This Program Savings Document fulfills the Department's requirement to develop a Technical Reference Manual.claimed resource costs and savings, common assumptions, savings calcuations and methodologiesThe United Illuminating Company: Craig Bradley & Michael Ghilani. Connecticut Light & Power Company: David Bebrid & Joseph Swift
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CT - UI, CL&PRes/C&I09/05UI and CL&P Program Savings Documentation for 2006 Program YearCEEUI and CL&P Program Savings Documentation for 2006 Program YearTechnical Reference ManualN/AThe purpose of this manual is to provide detailed, comprehensive documentation of all claimed resource costs and savings corresponding to individual Conservation and Load Management technologies. This Program Savings Document fulfills the Department's requirement to develop a Technical Reference Manual.claimed resource costs and savings, common assumptions, savings calcuations and methodologiesThe United Illuminating Company: Craig Bradley & Thomas Buffa. Connecticut Light & Power Company: David Bebrid & Joseph Swift.
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Studies, Reports, & Evaluations
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CT - EEB C&I 04/17Small Buisness Energy Advantage (SBEA) Process EvaluationEnergize ConnecticutSmall Buisness Energy Advantage Process EvaluationProcess Evaluation Small Buisness Energy Advantage (SBEA) This report presents the findings of a process evaluation of the Connecticut Small Business Energy Advantage (SBEA) program, which offers a free energy assessment, monetary incentives, zero-interest financing, and other services to encourage small businesses in Connecticut to invest in energy efficient equipment replacements or upgrades (hereafter collectively referred to as “upgrades”). free energy assessment, zero-interest financing, equipment upgrades, monetized incentivesEnergy and Resource Solutions and Research into Action, Inc.
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CT - EEB Residential 04/17Eversource Behavior Program Persistence Evaluation Energize Connecticut Eversource Behavior Program Persistence Evaluation Home Energy Reports (HERs) Pilot Program Eversource contracted NMR Group, Inc. to update findings form three prior evaluations of Eversource's Home Energy Reports (HERs) Pilot Program. Study is referred to as R1606. Billing analysis, electricity consumption, participant savings, methodlogies, electricity savings, annualized savings, NMR Group, Inc.
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CT - EEBC&I 04/17Light - Emmitting Diode Net to Gross Evaluation Energize ConnecticutLight - Emmitting Diode Net to Gross Evaluation Market Evaluation Retail Products The purpose of this study is to estimate net-to-gross (NTG) ratios for light emmitting diodes (LEDs) in 2015 predict prospective ratios through 2018 and beyond for the Retail Products Program Sales data modeling, demand elsaticity modeling, benchmarking, Net-to Gross Ratios (NTG), Light Emmitting Diodes (LEDs), Market Trends and Predictions and methodlogiesNMR Group, Inc.
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CT - EEBResidential 05/17Residential New Construction Program - Process Evaluation Energize ConnecticutResidential New Construction Program - Process Evaluation Process Evaluation Connecticut Residential New Construction (RNC) Program Eversource and United Illuminating (UI) Company contracted NMR to perform a billing analysis, process evaluation, and baseline study for the Connecticut Residential New Construction (RNC) Program Process Evaluation, billing analysis, baseline study, market baseline, building practices, energy models, In-depth interviewsNMR Group, Inc.
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CT- EEB Residential06/16Ductless Heat Pump EvaluationEnergize Connecticut[R113] Ductless Heat Pump EvaluationImpact EvaluationHome Energy Solution (HES) and Home Energy Solutions-IncomeThe purpose of the study was to identify the causes of the lower than expected realization rate for ductless heat pumps report in the R16 Impact Evaluation of the 2011 program year, "Impact Evaluation: Home Energy Services= Income Eligible and Home Energy Services Programs (R16)". A secondary objective was to provide forwad-looking information to assist utilities and EEB in getting the most impacts from ductless heat pumpsDuctless heat pumps, billing analysis, energy savings, vendor interviews, evaluation, heating and cooling, reabtes, take-back effectDNV GL under subcontract to NMR Group, Inc.
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CT - EEBResidentialImpact Evaluation Best PracticesEnergize ConnecticutImpact Evaluation Best PracticesProcess EvaluationEligible (HES-IE)The purpose of this study (R91) was to survey best practices in impact evaluation, compare methodologies used to estimate savings, and examine the findings of the recently completed Impact Evaluation of the Home Energy Services (HES) and Home Energy Services-Income Eligible (HES-IE) Programs (R16) in light of this review.billing analysis, building simulation, equipment metering, engineering algorithm, realization rateNMR Group, Inc., The Cadmus Group, Inc.
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CT - EEBResidentialHES Air Sealing, Duct Sealing, and Insulation PracticesEnergize ConnecticutHES Air Sealing, Duct Sealing, and Insulation PracticesProcess EvaluationHome Energy SolutionsThe R151 study was developed for the EEB with the objective of identifying opportunities for the program to increase savings related to three specific measures through the HES program: air sealing (core service), duct sealing (core service), and insulation.opportunities, participation patterns, vendor practices, QA/QC, Drivers, Motivations, Obstacles, BarriersNMR Group, Inc.
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Connecticut Energy Efficiency Board, Eversource, and United IlluminatingResidentialMulti-Family initiative Process EvaluationEnergize ConnecticutMulti-Family initiative Process EvaluationProcess EvaluationMultifamilyThe objective of this process evaluation is to provide the EEB and Connecticut Program Administrators (PAs) with actionable recommendations about how to improve the design, delivery, and administration of the MF Initiative.multifamily, market barriers, participant barriers, participant drivers, awareness, satisfaction, design,implementation, program strenghts, program challengesNMR Group, Inc.
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CT - EEBResidential01/16Observations & Recommendations from CT Residential Program Database InterviewsEnergize ConnecticutObservations & Recommendations from CT Residential Program Database InterviewsProcess EvaluationResidential ProgramThe purpose of this project is to document strategies that can improve the efficiencies of working with evaluation data from the Connecticut Companies, memorializing suggestions for both the Companies and for the evaluators.recommendations, working with evaluation dataNMR Group, Inc.
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CT - EEBResidential01/16Connecticut LED Lighting Study Report (R154)Energize ConnecticutConnecticut LED Lighting Study Report (R154)Market EvaluationRetail Lighting Program* To provide a basis for reliable estimates of the current use of various bulb types and updated calculations of Connecticut socket and savings lighting potential. These results will be used in combination with inputs from previously conducted Connecticut studies.
* To provide data on baselines and delta watts suitable for the PSD, savings estimates, and program planning. x To provide data on first-year in-service rates suitable for the PSD, savings estimates, and program planning.
* To provide the customer, product, and market data needed to support program targeting and planning needs.
LED, market saturation, penetration, storage, purchases, energy useNMR Group, Inc
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CT - Energy Efficieny FundC&I04/15C11: Barriers to Commercial and Industrial Program Participation with a Focus on Financing and CancellationsEnergize ConnecticutC11: Barriers to Commercial and Industrial Program Participation with a Focus on Financing and CancellationsMarket EvaluationCT Commercial and Industrial ProgramsThe surveys focused on the following research areas.
Business Characteristics – business type and building ownership issues
• Decision Making – process and responsibilities for investment decisions
• Information and Awareness – how respondents learn about energy efficiency and knowledge of CT’s energy efficiency programs
• Investments – criteria for energy efficiency investment decisions
• Financing – importance of financing and interest in potential financing vehicles
• Barriers and Opportunities – barriers to undertaking efficiency investments and offerings that may increase the likelihood of participation
Participants, non-participants, barriers, opportunities, decision making, program awareness, outreachAPPRISE Inc., DNV KEMA
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CT - Energy Efficiency Fund Res/C&I03/152014 Programs and Operations ReportEnergize Connecticut2014 Programs and Operations ReportAnnual ReportMiscellaneous ProgramsThe report details the steps that the Energy Efficiency Fund has taken to fulfill its primary objective: empowering all of our state's residents and businesses to use energy more efficiently. Home Energy Solutions (HES), Community Education, Clean Energy Communities, Business Energy Solutions, emmissions, consutructionEnergy Efficiency Board
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CT - EEBResidential12/14Residential Lighting Interactive EffectsEnergize ConnecticutResidential Lighting Interactive EffectsImpact EvaluationResidential LightingThis study reports the effects of upgrading to more efficient lighting on heating and cooling system usageCFLs, Lighting, Interactive Effects, Residential, Heating, Air ConditioningNMR Group, Inc.
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Connecticut Light and Power, United IlluminatingC&I12/14C10: CT SBEA Data Mining ReportEnergize ConnecticutC10: CT SBEA Data Mining ReportImpact EvaluationSmall Business Energy Advantage ProgramThe SBEA Data Mining Research aimed to help program administrators make more informed decisions about how to garner deeper and more comprehensive energy savings by examining what has and has not been accomplished through the SBEA from 2007 through 2012. The objectives of the research were to assess and report the following.
• Assess the representation of various market sectors among the SBEA participants over the last five years.
• Determine how the market sector distribution of program participants compared to those of nonparticipants.
• Characterize the mix of measures installed in the program, including an examination of the nature and frequency at which measures beyond lighting were installed.
• Explore the levels of savings tracked by sector.
Energy usage, demand, installed measures, financing, incentives, tracked savings, APPRISE Inc., DNV KEMA
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CT - EEBResidential12/14HES Additional Measure ReviewEnergize ConnecticutHES Additional Measure ReviewMarket EvaluationResidential LightingThis report summarizes the research conducted on four measures not incentivized by either CL&P or United Illuminating Company at the time of the study and may present an opportunity for additional savings. The measures included are: Wi-Fi thermostats, foundation wall insulation, water heater tank wrap insulation, and solar-assisted hot water systems.Wi-Fi thermostats, foundation wall insulation, water heater tank wrap insulation, solar-assisted hot water systems, non-program measures, savings opportunities, market researchNMR Group, Inc.
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CT - EEBResidential12/14Impact Evaluation: Home Energy Services—Income-Eligible and Home Energy Services ProgramsEnergize ConnecticutImpact Evaluation: Home Energy Services—IncomeͲEligible and Home Energy Services ProgramsImpact EvaluationResidential and Income Eligible ResidentialThis report provides results in different sections of this report for two separate evaluation approaches, each aimed at evaluating impacts for the program year 2011 HES and HES-IE programs: Section 1 provides the results of a whole-house billing analysis that estimates average participant (household-level) electric and natural gas impacts. Section 2 includes a measure-level impact evaluation, providing estimates of per-unit savings for measures offered through the HES and HES-IE programs and using an array of evaluation tasks, such as billing analysis, calibrated simulation modeling, and engineering analyses.billing analysis, participant savings, Residential, per-unit savings, calibrated simulation modelingCadmus, NMR Group Inc.
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CT - EEBCommercial11/14Energy Conscious Blueprint 2013-2014 Process Evaluation. Program Year April 2013 to March 2014Energize ConnecticutEnergy Conscious Blueprint 2013-2014 Process Evaluation. Program Year April 2013 to March 2014Process EvaluationEnergy Conscious Blueprint The objectives of this evaluation were to assess the program’s effectiveness in reaching its target market, assess participant and vendor satisfaction with the program, and identify barriers that could inhibit the program from achieving its goalsCommercial, Industrial, Municipal, Process Evaluation, New Construction, Major Renovation.AJ Howard, EMI Consulting
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CT - EEB, CT Light and Power, and United Illuminating CompanyResidential10/14Central Air Conditioning Impact and Process EvaluationEnergize ConnecticutCentral Air Conditioning Impact and Process EvaluationImpact Evaluation and Process EvaluationHome Energy Solutions and Smart-E LoansThe purpose of this study is to perform a comprehensive central air conditioning (CAC) impact evaluation as well as market research to identify methods to better induce early replacement of CAC units among program participants.Central Air Conditioning, Impact Evaluation, Residential, Market Research, Rebates.NMR Group, Inc., and DNV GL
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CT- EEB, CT Light and PowerResidential08/14Evaluation of the Year 2 CL&P Pilot Customer Behavior ProgramEnergize ConnecticutEvaluation of the Year 2 CL&P Pilot Customer Behavior ProgramImpact EvaluationHERS Pilot ProgramThis report summarizes the results of a process evaluation and an impact evaluation of Year 2 of the Home Energy Reports Pilot Program, implemented for CL&P by Opower.HERS, Residential, Opower, Impact Evaluation, CL & P.NMR Group Inc., Tetra Tech.
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CT - EEB, CEFIA, CEEFResidential06/14Connecticut Ground Source Heat Pump Impact Evaluation & Market AssessmentEnergize ConnecticutConnecticut Ground Source Heat Pump Impact Evaluation & Market AssessmentImpact Evaluation & Market AssessmentGround Source Heat Pump ProgramThe Purpose is to provide a market and impact assessment of the GSHP program in CT. Quantify energy and peak demand savings, Quantify improvements in air quality, assess the program for possible improvements, and assess the market for GSHPs in CT.Ground Source Heat Pumps, Market Assessment, Impact Assessment, Residential, NMR Group Inc., DNV GL
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CEEF, CP&L, UIResidential06/14Single-Family Weatherization Baseline AssessmentEnergize ConnecticutSingle-Family Weatherization Baseline AssessmentMarket StudyHome Energy SolutionsThis study was conducted to provide a baseline assessment of the single family housing stock in CT to determine a draft weatherization standard for homes in the state. The state goal is to weatherize 80% of single family homes in the state by 2030.Single Family Homes, Weatherization, Market Assessment, Residential, Baseline StudyNMR Group Inc.
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CT - EEBCommercial06/14Large Commercial & Industrial Research: Participant Trend AnalysisEnergize ConnecticutLarge Commercial & Industrial Research: Participant Trend AnalysisMarket Study & Process EvaluationEnergy Conscious Blueprint, Energy OpportunititesTo provide program staff with analyses of the most important participation trends and developments in the EO and ECB programs. Also to provide recommendations for how to improve the usability of their program tracking data to better inform future marketing efforts and allow for more in-depth reporting and evaluation.Commercial, Industrial, Process Improvement, Program Tracking.EMI Inc.
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CT - EEB, CL&P, UICommercial04/14Impact Evaluation of the Connecticut Small Business Energy Advantage (SBEA) ProgramEnergize ConnecticutImpact Evaluation of the Connecticut Small Business Energy(SBEA) ProgramImpact EvaluationSmall Business Energy Advantage ProgramObjectives of the study were to 1) develop SBEA Program level electric gross energy savings estimates 2) develop SBEA Program electric energy demand savings 3) provide inputs to update the current Program Savings Document (PSD).Small Business, Gross Savings, Demand Savings, Impact Evaluation.KEMA, Inc.
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CT - EEBCommercial04/14Evaluation of the Energy Opportunities Program Year 2011Energize ConnecticutEvaluation of the Energy Opportunities Program Year 2011Process & Impact EvaluationEnergy Opportunities Program Purpose is to estimate the energy saved by the program(both electrical and natural gas) and the reduction in electrical peak demand. Also, to evaluate the EO program and determine how it could be improved to better meet its goals.Commercial, Industrial, Process Evaluation, Impact Evaluation, Demand ReductionEMI Inc.
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CT - EEBCommercial03/14CT Small Business Energy Advantage Program Low-Income and Limited English Business Owner StudyNEEPCT Low-Income and Limited English Business Owner Study- 2014Market StudySmall Business Energy Advantage ProgramResearch intended to outline segments of the market that don't take advantage of the program due to low income or language barriers in order to assist utilities in increasing the participation from these groups.Non-english speaking, Low Income, Small Business, Market Research, Program Participation.APPRISE
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CT - EEB Evaluation Technical ConsultantResidential06/13Characterization of Single-Family Housing Stock in the State of ConnecticutEnergize ConnecticutCharacterization of Single-Family Housing Stock in the State of ConnecticutMarket CharacterizationN/AThis memorandum provides an overview of the energy-related characteristics of single-family residential buildings in the state of Connecticut. The NMR team was asked to conduct this assessment in order to provide the Energy Efficiency Board (EEB) and the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) with an understanding of the housing stock in Connecticut to add it the state’s efforts to achieve 80% weatherization by 2030.Database, single-family homes, heating, fuel, home age, size, renovationNMR Group
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CT - EEB, CP&LResidential03/13Evaluation of the Year 1 CL&P Pilot Customer Behavior ProgramEnergize ConnecticutEvaluation of the Year 1 CL&P Pilot Customer Behavior ProgramCustomer Awareness and Behavior StudyHERS ProgramThis report summarizes the analyses conducted to evaluate the first year of the Home Energy Reports (HERs) Pilot Program, implemented for Connecticut Light and Power (CL&P) by OPower.HERS, Residential, Opower, Impact Evaluation, CL & P.NMR Group Inc., Tetra Tech., Hunt Allcott
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CT - EEB, Commercial02/13Impact evaluation of the Retrocommissioning, Operation & Maintenance, and Business Sustainability Challenge ProgramsEnergize ConnecticutImpact evaluation of the Retrocommissioning, Operation & Maintenance, and Business Sustainability Challenge ProgramsImpact EvaluationRetrocommissioning, Operations and Maintenance and Business Sustainability Challenge ProgramsThis document summarizes the results of the impact evaluation completed by Michaels Energy and Evergreen Economics of the Connecticut Retro-Commisioning (RCx) and Operations and Maintenance (O&M) programs for the 2008 to 2010 program years.Retro-Comissioning, Operations and Maintenance, Commercial.Michaels Energy, Evergreen Economics
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CT - EEBRes/C&I11/12Evaluation Studies and Results, 2012. A Report To The Energy And Technology Committee of The Connecticut General AssemblyEnergize ConnecticutEvaluation Studies and Results, 2012. A Report To The Energy And Technology Committee of The Connecticut General AssemblyProcess & Impact EvaluationN/AThe purpose of this report is to present the Annual Report of the studies, results and recommendations via the EBB program evaluation, measurement, and verification (EM&V) process. This report also provides an introduction to the wide range of studies typically completed by the EEB. Impact evaluation, process evaluation, beneficial programs and savings, customer needsCT EEB
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Connecticut Energy Efficiency FundC&I10/122011 Commercial and Industrial Electric and Natural Gas Programs Free-ridership and Spillover StudyEnergize Connecticut2011 Commercial and Industrial Electric and Natural Gas Programs Free-ridership and Spillover StudyFree-ridership and Spillover study2011 Commercial and Industrial (C&I) Electric and Natural
Gas Programs
The primary objective of the 2011 program year Free-ridership and Spillover Study was to assist the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund in quantifying the net impacts of their commercial and industrial electric and natural gas energy efficiency programs by estimating the extent of:
• Program free-ridership
• Early participant “like” and “unlike” spillover
• Nonparticipant “like” spillover.
Free-ridership, spillover, net-to-grossTetra Tech
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CT - EEBC&I10/12Impact Evaluation of the Retrocommissioning, Operation & Maintenance, and Business Sustainability Challenge ProgramsEnergize ConnecticutImpact Evaluation of the Retrocommissioning, Operation & Maintenance, and Business Sustainability Challenge ProgramsImpact EvaluationBusiness Stability ProgramsThis document summarizes the results of the impact evaluation completed by Michaels Energy and Evergreen Economics of the Connecticut Retro-Commissioning (RCx) and Operations and Maintenance (O&M) programs for the 2008 to 2010 program years. The intent of the evaluation was to assess the measured energy and demand savings, as well as to qualitatively assess the persistence of savings associated with compressed air leaks. In addition, this document presents a case study approach impact evaluation of the Business Sustainability Challenge (BSC) pilot program.Business Sustainaility Challenge, O&M programs, RCx, energy savings, demand reductionMichaels Energy, Evergreen Economics
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CT - Energy Efficiency Fund, Connecticut Light and Power, United Illuminating CompanyResidential10/12Connecticut Efficient Lighting Saturation and Market AssessmentEnergize ConnecticutConnecticut Efficient Lighting Saturation and Market AssessmentMarket EvaluationCT Residential Lighting ProgramsThis report summarizes the results of the second stage of the study that relied on telephone surveys and onsite visits to residents’ homes to determine saturation rates and market characteristics of efficient lighting choices. It also compares the current findings to those from the focus groups, which addressed similar topics in a more qualitative manner.Onsite study, consumer survey, price elasticity, installed bulbs, stored bulbs, socket saturation, CFL, LED awareness, EISA, stockpilingNMR Group
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Connecticut Energy Efficiency BoardResidential10/12Connecticut 2011 Baseline Study of Single-Family Residential New ConstructionEnergize ConnecticutConnecticut 2011 Baseline Study of Single-Family Residential New ConstructionBaseline EvaluationN/AThe purpose of this study is to report on what baseline construction practices are employed in new homes being built outside Connecticut’s Residential New Construction (RNC) Program.Home Energy Rating System (HERS), on-site inspection, HVAC, heating system, cooling system, lighting, insulationNMR Group, Inc., KEMA, Inc., Cadmus, Dorothy Conant
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CT DEEPRes/C&I09/122012 Conservation and Load Management Evaluation, Measurement and Verification Study Draft ReviewEnergize Connecticut2012 Conservation and Load Management Evaluation, Measurement and Verification Study Draft ReviewProcess EvaluationConservation & Load Management (C&LM) ProgramsAs part of its oversight role in the evaluation study process of ratepayer funded conservation and load management (C&LM) programs established in Section 33(d)(4) of PA 11-80, the Bureau of Energy and Technology Policy (BETP) reviews each independent evaluation study of a C&LM program, queries the Evaluation Contractors on various aspects of the study in a technical meeting, and issues an Evaluation, Measurement and Verification (EM&V) Study Review and associated Recommendations on each evaluation study.evaluation process, conservation and load management, energy savingsCT DEEP
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CT - EEB, Connecticut Lighting and Power, United IlluminatingResidential08/12Connecticut Home Energy Solutions Stage 1 Performance Measures and Financing Focus GroupsEnergize ConnecticutConnecticut Home Energy Solutions Stage 1 Performance Measures and Financing Focus GroupsImpact EvaluationHome Energy Systems ProgramThis report summarizes the results of four focus groups assessing the reasons that participants in the Home Energy Solutions (HES) non-income eligible program do not install recommended Home Performance (HP) measures in greater numbers or take advantage of program-provided resources such as rebates and, especially, low-interest financing to help fund measure installation. The study objectives included the following:
• Identify barriers to adopting HP measures—especially insulation and heating measures— recommended during the initial HES energy assessment
• Understand why HES participants are not taking greater advantage of rebates and, especially, low-interest financing to offset the initial cost of HP measures, again emphasizing insulation and heating
• Outline steps the Companies may take to increase installation of HP measures, particularly insulation and heating, with or without low-interest financing
High performance measure installation, low interest financing, rebates, barriers, customer knowledge and satisfaction, focus groups, energy auditsNMR Group
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CT EEB, UIResidential04/12UI Behavior Pilot Program Evaluation Energize ConnecticutUI Behavior Pilot Program Evaluation Process EvaluationBehavior PilotThis report presents the results of the evaluation of the United Illuminating Company’s (UI) Behavior Pilot Program. Program participants received monthly Home Energy Reports (HERs) describing their household electricity usage and presenting comparisons to 100 “neighbors” with similar household characteristics in the same area. The objectives of the evaluation focused specifically on participating customers’ acceptance and satisfaction with the Program. The evaluation did not examine changes in energy use attributable to the Program.behavior, customer acceptance, customer satisfaction, customer awarenessNMR Group, Inc. and TetraTech
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CT EEBRes/C&I03/12The EEB Program Evaluation and Market Assessment RoadmapEnergize ConnecticutThe EEB Program Evaluation and Market Assessment RoadmapProgram Evaluation/Market AssessmentN/AIn accordance with Public Act 11-80 § 33 and the Final Decision in Docket 10-10-03, this revised Program Evaluation and Market Assessment Roadmap is presented. The Roadmap lays out the process for evaluation, and the structure of the Energy Efficiency Board (EEB) Evaluation Committee, which consists of non-utility EEB members, represents the EEB in the evaluation process.evaluation process, market assessment, Energy Efficiency BoardCT EEB
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CT EEB, CL&PResidential03/12Connecticut Light and Power Home Energy Reports Program: Spring and Summer Billing Analysis - Interim ReportEnergize ConnecticutConnecticut Light and Power Home Energy Reports Program: Spring and Summer Billing Analysis - Interim ReportBilling AnalysisHome Energy ReportsThis interim report summarizes the results of a billing analysis performed by NMR Group, Inc. on households randomly selected to be a part of the Home Energy Reports Program, implemented for Connecticut Light and Power by OPower.billing analysis, participant savings, behavior changeNMR Group, Inc.
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CT EEBResidential11/11Connecticut Lighting Focus Groups: Exploration of Changes in the Lighting Market and Reactions to Various Efficient Lighting ChoicesEnergize ConnecticutConnecticut Lighting Focus Groups: Exploration of Changes in the Lighting Market and Reactions to Various Efficient Lighting ChoicesMarket Research/Focus GroupN/AThis report presents the results of six focus groups conducted by NMR Group Inc. with Connecticut residents to assess light bulb preferences and perceptions. The focus groups took place between September 19, 2011 and September 21, 2011 in three Connecticut communities.consumer knowledge, EISA, lighting choicesNMR Group, Inc.
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CT EEB, CL&P, UIC&I08/11Evaluation of the 2009 Energy Conscious Blueprint ProgramEnergize ConnecticutEvaluation of the 2009 Energy Conscious Blueprint ProgramImpact and Process EvaluationEnergy Conscious Blueprint This is an evaluation of the Energy Conscious Blueprint program that is managed and operated by Connecticut Light & Power and United Illuminating on behalf of the CT Energy Efficiency Fund. The scope of the evaluation covers commercial and industrial participants in the program who completed projectsn and were paid incentives in program year 2009. realized savings, adjusted gross savings, adjusted savings, realization rate, program documentation, marketing and education, hourly load shape, annaul energy savings, seasonal peak demand savingsGlobal Energy Partners
Project Director: P. Ignelzi
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CT EEB, CL&P, UI, Yankee Gas, SCG, CNGResidential03/11Home Energy Solutions EvaluationEnergize ConnecticutHome Energy Solutions EvaluationImpact EvaluationHome Energy SolutionsThis study aims to estimate HES program's gross energy savings for electric and gas measures, net savings, and peak and extreme seasonal demand savings to affirm or improve 2010 Program Savings Document.gross energy savings, electric, gas, net savings, peak and extrem seaonal demand savings, on-site examination, statistical analysis, surveysNexant, Inc.
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CT DPUC, CEEFRes/C&I11/10Market Awareness ReportEnergize ConnecticutMarket Awareness ReportCustomer Awareness StudyMiscellaneous ProgramsThis market research is to determine the extent to which customers are aware of that EE programs are supplied and paid for by CT EE Fund and not by public utitlites. This study also intends to set a baseline for measuring whether and how well customers associate EE programs with CT EE Fund and its logo.Internet panel survey, adult panel members,self-selection, (non-) participant surveysOpinion Dynamics, Inc.: Ernest Paicopolos, epaicopolos@opiniondynamics.com, 617-301-4638
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CL&P, UIResidential09/10Evaluation of the 2007-08 UI Helps and WRAP Low-Income Weatherization Programs Final ReportEnergize ConnecticutEvaluation of the 2007-08 UI Helps and WRAP Low-Income Weatherization Programs Final ReportProcess EvaluationLow Income Programs-UI Helps, Weatherization Residential Assistance Program (WRAP)The main objectives of this evaluation include: assessing program goals and objectives, describing program planning and implementation, assessing the adequacy of program delivery, identifying strengths and weaknesses, and recommending improvements.low income weatherization programs, demographic analysis, participant survey, document review, in-depth interviews, comparisons to other programs KEMA, Inc.
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CT EEB, UI, CL&PC&I06/102008 Energy Opportunities Program Final Impact Evaluation ReportEnergize Connecticut2008 Energy Opportunities Program Final Impact Evaluation ReportImpact EvaluationEnergy Opportunities Program This study summarizes annual energy and summer/winter demand savings from the implementation of 2008 Energy Opportunities Program.impact evaluaion, commercial and industrial customers, CT's energy efficiency portfolio, statistical sampling, forward capacity marketKEMA, Inc.
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CT ECMB, CL&P, UIResidential03/10The Market for CFLs in ConnecticutEnergize ConnecticutThe Market for CFLs in ConnecticutMarket CharacterizationN/AThis report presents the results of research conducted to capture the current market conditions and possible new program approaches for common and specialty CFLs in Connecticut. Some of the research activities were conducted in conjunction with a broader multistate CFL modeling effort.CFLs, telephone survey, on-site survey, customer awarenessNexus Market Research
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CMEECRes/C&I03/10CMEEC 2009 Annual ReportEnergize ConnecticutCMEEC 2009 Annual ReportAnnual ReportMiscellaneous ProgramsThis report assesses the progress and customer value added from CMEEC's demand-side management programs in 2009.annual energy savings, peak demand savings, customer participation, expendituresConnecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative
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CT ECMBRes/C&I03/10An Investment in Connecticut Energy Efficiency: Report of the Energy Conservation Management Board Year 2009 Programs and OperationsEnergize ConnecticutAn Investment in Connecticut Energy Efficiency: Report of the Energy Conservation Management Board Year 2009 Programs and OperationsAnnual ReportMiscellaneous ProgramsThis report details how the ECMB has fulfilled its primary objectives of advancing the efficient use of energy to 1) reduce ratepayer bills, 2) promote economic development and provide energy security/affordability, and 3) reduce air pollution and other negative environmental impacts.Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund, energy savings, emissions reductions, program integration, annual savings, lifetime savingsEnergy Conservation Management Board
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CEEB, CL&P, UI, CEEF, CPUC, NYSERDA,WPSC, CE, WMECO, and Xcel Res/C&I02/15Results of the Multistate CFL Modeling EffortNEEPResults of the Multistate CFL Modeling EffortImpact evaluationLighting This report summarizes the analyses conducted in support of the multistate CFL modeling effort, highlighting the results as they pertain to the net-to-gross ratio (NTG) for the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Board (CEEB), and Connecticut Light & Power (CL&P), and the United Illuminating Company (UI), which offer lighting programs sponsored by the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund (CEEF).NTG, Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund, CFLNMR Group Inc
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UI, CL&PResidential01/10Residential Central A/C Regional Evaluation - Presentation to CT ECMBEnergize ConnecticutResidential Central A/C Regional Evaluation - Presentation to CT ECMBImpact Evaluation & Free Ridership - PresentationMiscellaneous ProgramsThis presentation by ADM provides an overview of the Residential Central Air Conditioning Regional Evaluation Study as it pertains to Connecticut. It includes a discussion of program savings, coincidence factors, net to gross analysis and free-ridership.higher efficiency central air conditioning, rebate program, program energy savings, coincidence factors, net to gross, free riderADM Associates, Inc.
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CT ECMB, CL&P, UIC&I10/09Connecticut Small Business Energy Advantage Impact Evaluation Report Program Year 2007 - PresentationEnergize ConnecticutConnecticut Small Business Energy Advantage Impact Evaluation Report Program Year 2007 - Presentation Impact Evaluation - PresentationSmall Business Energy Advantage (SBEA)This presentation provides an overview of the SBEA program, including: evaluation overview & methodology, evaluation results, energy & demand savings, seasonal peak lighting analysis, air compressor project, and summary & recommendations.direct install program, data collection visits, participant sample, on-site metering, lighting loggersLauren Mattison
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UI, CL&PResidential10/09Residential Central A/C Regional Evaluation - Free-Ridership Analysis - Final ReportEnergize ConnecticutResidential Central A/C Regional Evaluation - Free-Ridership Analysis - Final ReportFree RidershipMiscellaneous ProgramsAs part of the effort for the Residential Central Air Conditioning (CAC) Regional Evaluation Study, ADM assessed free-ridership levels for the purchases of higher efficiency central air conditioning (CAC) systems for residential customers of CL&P and UI who participated in the rebate program offered by those utilities. This memo describes the sampling and data collection plan for the free-ridership assessment, summarizes results of the survey that was conducted, and provides estimates of free-ridership for CL&P and UI.free-rider, higher efficiency central air conditioning, rebate program, telephone surveys ADM Associates, Inc.
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CT ECMB, CL&P, UIC&I08/09Connecticut Small Business Energy Advantage Impact Evaluation Report Program Year 2007 Energize ConnecticutConnecticut Small Business Energy Advantage Impact Evaluation Report Program Year 2007 Impact EvaluationSmall Business Energy Advantage (SBEA) This document presents the results of the 2007 impact evaluation of the CT Small Business Energy Advantage program. The primary objectives of this evaluation are to determine adjusted gross energy and demand realization rates based on several adjustment factors.direct install program, data collection visits, participant sample, on-site metering, lighting loggersThe Cadmus Group & Quantec: M. Sami Khawaja, Lauren Mattison.
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CL&P, UIResidential08/09Market Assessment for ENERGY STAR® Room Air Conditioners in Connecticut - Final ReportCEEMarket Assessment for ENERGY STAR® Room Air Conditioners in Connecticut - Final ReportMarket CharacterizationENERGY STAR® Room Air ConditionersThe objectives of this market assessment are to provide information to the sponsors (Connecticut Light & Power and United Illuminating) regarding the status of the room air conditioner (RAC) market in Connecticut, especially the market for ENERGY STAR-qualified models.ENERGY STAR® room air conditioner (RAC), market analysis, interviews with retailers and HVAC distributors, secondary research, sales penetration and saturation estimates Nexus Market Research
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NSTAR E&G, National Grid, CL&P, United Illuminating, WMEC, CT ECMBResidential06/09Ductless Mini Pilot StudyCEEDuctless Mini Pilot StudyImpact EvaluationDuctless Split Heat Pump Pilot ProgramsThis study evaluated the pilot program implementation of Ductless Split Heat Pumps (DSHP) by Connecticut Light and Power, United Illuminated, NSTAR and National Grid. Data is presented for each utility.ductless split heat pumps (DHSP), pilot program, implementationKEMA, Inc.
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Yankee Gas, So. CT Gas, CT Nat. Gas Corp.C&I05/09Connecticut Natural Gas Commercial and Industrial Energy Efficiency Potential StudyEnergize ConnecticutConnecticut Natural Gas Commercial and Industrial Energy Efficiency Potential StudyPotential StudyN/AThis study assesses the natural gas energy-efficiency potential for the commercial and industrial sectors in Connecticut, served by Yankee Gas Services Company, the Southern Connecticut Gas Company and Connecticut Natural Gas Corporation. The major objective of this study was to identify and characterize the remaining cost-effective natural gas efficiency-potential in Connecticut and to estimate the amount of savings achievable through energy efficiency programs.technical potential, economic potential, achievable potential, total resource cost (TRC) test, peak day demand savings, modelingKEMA, Inc.
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CT ECMBRes/C&I03/09An Investment in Connecticut Energy Efficiency: Report of the Energy Conservation Management Board Year 2008 Programs and OperationsEnergize ConnecticutAn Investment in Connecticut Energy Efficiency: Report of the Energy Conservation Management Board Year 2008 Programs and OperationsAnnual ReportMiscellaneous ProgramsThis report fulfills the ECMB’s obligation to report how it has met its primary objectives of (1) advancing the efficient use of energy; (2) reducing air pollution and other negative environmental impacts; (3) promoting economic development and providing energy security/affordability. These objectives are combined with a mandate to educate and inform Connecticut’s residents on the wise and efficient use of energy.Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund, energy savings, emissions reductions, program integration, annual savings, lifetime savingsEnergy Conservation Management Board
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UIC&I10/08UI 2007 Commercial and Industrial Programs Free-ridership & Spillover StudyEnergize ConnecticutUI 2007 Commercial and Industrial Programs Free-ridership & Spillover StudyFree Ridership & SpilloverMiscellaneous Programs: Energy Conscious Blueprint, Small Business, Energy OpportunitiesThe primary objective of this study was to quantify the net impacts of the C/I energy efficiency programs by estimating the extent of program free-ridership and participant "like" spillover. The study also includes a non-participant spillover analysis.telephone surveys with participants, design professionals & equipment vendors, interviewsPA Consulting Group: Pam Rathbun, Laura Schauer, Jeremy Kraft, Eric Rambo.
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CT ECMB, CL&P, UIC&I10/08eeSmarts Process Evaluation Follow upEnergize ConnecticuteeSmarts Process Evaluation Follow upProcess EvaluationeeSmarts ProgramThis process evaluation assesses the effectiveness of implemented program changes that resulted from the 2005 eeSmarts process evaluation, specifically from the 12 key recommendations of that evaluation.interviews, online survey, education, teachers, schools, learning initiative, professional developmentGoodman Research Group, Inc.: Lorraine Dean, Laura Houseman, Irene F. Goodman, Ed.D
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CL&PC&I10/08CL&P 2007 Commercial and Industrial Programs Free-ridership & Spillover StudyCEECL&P 2007 Commercial and Industrial Programs Free-ridership & Spillover StudyFree Ridership & SpilloverMiscellaneous Programs: Energy Conscious Blueprint, Small Business, Energy OpportunitiesThe purpose of this study was to assess program free-ridersehip, participant spillover, and nonparticipant spillover for the Energy Conscious Blueprint, Small Business, and Energy Opportunities programs.telephone surveys with participants, design professionals & equipment vendors, interviewsPA Consulting Group: Pam Rathbun, Laura Schauer, Jeremy Kraft, Eric Rambo
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CT ECMB, CL&P, UIC&I04/08Energy Conscious Blueprint Program Standard Practices Study - Final ReportCEEEnergy Conscious Blueprint Program Standard Practices Study - Final Report Market Characterization Energy Conscious Blueprint This report provides a qualitative assessment of standard building practices for new construction and major renovation in Connecticut. It allows the CT ECMB and program sponsors to better understand the decision-making process between owners, architects, and designers during new construction or major renovation projects. In particular, the results of this study will be used by the ECMB, CL&P, and UI to encourage increased program participation and deeper implementation of the Energy Conscious Blueprint (ECB) Program.new construction market data, in-depth interviews, typical process flow, focus group meetingRLW Analytics, Inc.
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CT ECMBRes/C&I03/08Energy Efficiency: Investing in Connecticut's Future - Report of the ECMB Year 2007 Programs and OperationsEnergize ConnecticutEnergy Efficiency: Investing in Connecticut's Future - Report of the ECMB Year 2007 Programs and OperationsAnnual ReportMiscellaneous ProgramsThis annual report highlights how CEEF programs have addressed their primary objectives during 2007. The CEEF ’s primary objectives include: (1) advancing efficient use of energy; (2) reducing air pollution and other negative environmental impacts; and (3) promoting economic development and providing energy security/affordability. annual energy savings, peak demand savings, customer participation, expendituresEnergy Conservation Management Board
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CT ECMB, CL&PC&I04/07Impact and Persistence Evaluation Study of CL&P's Operations and Maintenance Services Programs (2002-2004)CEEImpact and Persistence Evaluation Study of CL&P's Operations and Maintenance Services Programs (2002-2004)Impact & Persistence EvaluationOperations and Maintenance Services ProgramsThe objectives of the study were to obtain adjusted gross energy and demand (kWh, kW) savings achieved by the program, estimates of the persistence of the program's savings, and estimates of the program's non-electriciy impacts, if any.sound operating and maintenance plan for energy consuming devices and systems, random sampling approach, document review, program realization rates, participant surveysNexant, Inc.: Dakers Gowans, Program Manager; Yujie Cui, PE, Project Engineer
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CT ECMBRes/C&I03/07Energy Efficiency: Investing in Connecticut's Future - Report of the ECMB Year 2006 Programs and OperationsCT EEBEnergy Efficiency: Investing in Connecticut's Future - Report of the ECMB Year 2006 Programs and OperationsAnnual ReportMiscellaneous ProgramsThis annual report highlights how CEEF programs have addressed their primary objectives in 2006. The CEEF’s primary objectives include: (1) advancing the efficient use of energy, (2) reducing air pollution and negative environmental impacts, and (3) promoting economic development and providing energy security/affordability. annual and lifetime energy savings, peak demand savings, customer participation, expendituresEnergy Conservation Management Board
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CT ECMB, CL&P, WMECoC&I03/07Process Reengineering for Increased Manufacturing Efficiency (PRIME) Program EvaluationEnergize ConnecticutProcess Reengineering for Increased Manufacturing Efficiency (PRIME) Program EvaluationImpact EvaluationProcess Reengineering for Increased Manufacturing Efficiency (PRIME) The purpose of this study was to verify that actions taken by customers to improve their productivity have taken place and increased production has resulted, assess the merits of the method the company uses to calculate the costs and benefits of the program, and quantify the non-electric benefits resulting from each customer's participation.lean manufacturing techniques, literature review, facility site visits, algorithmic recommendationsEnergy and Resource Solutions: Gary Epstein, Mark D'Antonio, John Seryak, Yogesh Patil, Deborah Swarts
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CT ECMB, CL&P, UIRes/C&I01/07Final Report - 2005 Coincidence Factor StudyCEEFinal Report - 2005 Coincidence Factor StudyCoincidence FactorsMiscellaneous ProgramsThe defining objective of this study was to develop new and/or revised coincidence factors that can be used to update selected measures sheets within the Companies' Program Savins Document. The analysis focused on the measures installed under the C&I new construction and retrofit and residential programs.coincidence factor, lighting, unitary AC, efficient motors, secondary data search, load shape dataRLW Analytics, Inc.
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CT ECMB, CL&P, UIResidential12/06Evaluation of the 2005 UI Helps and WRAP Low-Income Weatherization Programs Final ReportCEEEvaluation of the 2005 UI Helps and WRAP Low-Income Weatherization Programs Final ReportProcess EvaluationLow Income Programs-UI Helps, Weatherization Residential Assistance Program (WRAP)The main objectives of this evaluation include: assessing program goals and objectives, describing program planning and implementation, assessing the adequacy of program delivery, identifying strengths and weaknesses, and recommending improvements.low income weatherization programs, demographic analysis, participant survey, document review, in-depth interviews, comparisons to other programs Nexus Market Research & Eastham Associates
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CL&P, UIC&I10/06NU/UI Conservation & Loan Management Programs - Retro-commissioning Pilot Process EvaluationCEENU/UI Conservation & Load Management Programs - Retro-commissioning Pilot Process Evaluation Process EvaluationRetrocommissioning (RCx) PilotThis study is a comprehensive process evaluation to provide analysis of the retrocommissioning pilot, and provide recommendations for subsequent extensions or larger future programs. The objective of the process evaluation is to determine the effectiveness of the detailed protocols in delivering energy savings and satisfying the building owners.commercial office buildings, overall building operations, material review, participant interviews, secondary data reviewRLW Analytics, Inc.
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CL&P, UIC&I10/06NU/UI Conservation & Load Management Programs - Retro-commissioning Pilot Impact Evaluation - Executive SummaryNEEPNU/UI Conservation & Load Management Programs - Retro-commissioning Pilot Impact Evaluation - Executive SummaryImpact EvaluationRetrocommissioning (RCx) PilotThis study summarizes the projected impact of the Northeast Utilities/United Illuminating Retrocommissioning (RCx) Pilot, and verifies the installation and proper operation of RCx measures installed in 2005-2006 for completed projects within this Pilot. The objectives of the impact evaluation are to verify the final implemented savings estimates, and recalculate the benefit-to-cost (BCR) ratio for each site based on any appropriate adjustments that need to be made.commercial office buildings, overall building operations, site visits, technical interviews with participantsRLW Analytics, Inc.
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CL&P, WMECoC&I09/06Northeast Utilities Conservation and Load Management Programs, Municipal Program, Impact Evaluation - Final Report, 2004 and 2005 Measure Installations  CEENortheast Utilities Conservation and Load Management Programs, Municipal Program, Impact Evaluation - Final Report, 2004 and 2005 Measure InstallationsImpact EvaluationMunicipal ProgramThe purpose of this study is to Estimate the adjusted gross annual energy savings achieved through the efforts of the program during the 2004 and 2005 program years for the NU system and by territory at the end-use level, evaluate the summer, winter and system peak demand reduction impacts of the program efforts,identify and evaluate any Non-Electrical Benefits (NEBs) attributable to the measures installed through the program.lighting, motors, VFDs, comprehensive file reviews, on-site engineering assessments, tracking systemsRLW Analytics, Inc.
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CL&PC&I06/06Final Report-Phase 3: Strategic Recommendations for Commercial HVAC Programs N/AN/AMiscellaneous Programs: HVAC
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CL&P, UIResidential04/06Process Evaluation of eeSmarts Program - Final ReportCEEProcess Evaluation of eeSmarts Program - Final ReportProcess EvaluationeeSmarts ProgramThis study assesses whether the eeSmarts Program’s goals and objectives have been clearly identified and are clearly understood by the utility staff administering the program, assess the ability of the program design to accomplish the program’s overall goals and objectives, determines if resources and training are sufficient, identifies strengths and weaknesses in meeting its goals and objectives.energy efficiency learning initiative, school-age students, Continuing Education Unit, secondary data, program tracking data, mail survey, in-depth interviewsNexus Market Research & Curriculum Research and Evaluation, Inc.
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CT ECMBRes/C&I03/06Energy Efficiency: Investing in Connecticut's Future - A Report of the ECMB Year 2005 Programs and OperationsNEEPEnergy Efficiency: Investing in Connecticut's Future - A Report of the ECMB Year 2005 Programs and OperationsAnnual ReportMiscellaneous ProgramsThis annual report highlights how CEEF programs have addressed their primary objectives in 2005. The CEEF’s primary objectives include: (1) advancing the efficient use of energy, (2) reducing air pollution and negative environmental impacts, and (3) promoting economic development and providing energy security/affordability. annual and lifetime energy savings, peak demand savings, customer participation, expendituresEnergy Conservation Management Board
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CL&PC&I03/06Northeast Utilities Conservation and Load Management Programs, Custom Services, Impact Evaluation - Final Report, 2004 Measure InstallationsCEENortheast Utilities Conservation and Load Management Programs, Custom Services, Impact Evaluation - Final Report, 2004 Measure InstallationsProgram EvaluationCustom Services This evaluation estimates the gross annual and lifetime energy savings achieved through the efforts of the Custom Services Program during the 2004 program year, evaluates the summer and winter demand reduction impacts, and identifies and evaluates any non-electric benefits attributable to the measures installed through the program.custom services, energy audit, focused study, statistical sampling, program document review, on-site engineering inspectionsRLW Analytics, Inc.
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CL&P, UIC&I03/062004 Commercial & Industrial Programs Free-Ridership and Spillover Study N/AN/AFree Ridership & SpilloverMiscellaneous Programs
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CL&P, UIResidential12/05Impact, Process & Market Study of the Connecticut Appliance Retirement Program Overall ReportCEEImpact, Process, and Market Study of the Connecticut Appliance Retirement Program: Overall ReportImpact, Process & Market EvaluationAppliance Retirement ProgramThis study measures and verifies achieved levels of energy and peak demand savings for program year 2004, reviews planning assumptions such as measure life and net realization rate, provides feedback and corrective guidance regarding program implementation, provides feedback on program effectiveness through market assessment and customer behavior analysis. and identifies the impact of the program on the market.appliance retirement, secondary refrigerators & freezers, ENERGY STAR®-qualified RACs, billing analysis, telephone surveys, in-depth interviewsNexus Market Research & RLW Analytics, Inc.
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CL&PC&I11/05Impact Evaluation of the Demand Reduction Rebate ProgramCEEImpact Evaluation of the Demand Reduction Rebate ProgramImpact EvaluationDemand Reduction Rebate ProgramThis impact analysis yielded point estimates of savings with estimates of uncertainty.equipment rebate, real time demand response, billing analysis, program tracking, comparison method, regression analysis, participant interviewsRLW Analytics, Inc.
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CL&PC&I10/05Lost Opportunity Chiller Baseline Evaluation CEELost Opportunity Chiller Baseline Evaluation Baseline EvaluationMiscellaneous ProgramsThe purpose of this evaluation was to assess the chiller baseline practices for Lost Opportunity projects in Massachusetts and recommend revisions to the baseline parameters. The evaluation consisted of three different tasks - ssess current baseline pradctices for chiller measures, recommend revisions to the baseline parameters, and assess the influence of chiller programs on chiller installations.Chillers, lost opportunity, baseline study, energy use, demandEnergy Resource Solutions, Inc.
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CL&PC&I07/05Process Evaluation of 2004 Small Business Energy Advantage (SBEA) Program N/AN/AProcess EvaluationSmall Business Energy Advantage (SBEA)
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CL&P, UIResidential05/05Connecticut's Residential ENERGY STAR® Lighting Program: Market Assessment and Evaluation Findings for PY 2004CEEConnecticut's Residential ENERGY STAR® Lighting Program: Market Assesment and Evaluation Findings for PY 2004Market Assessment, Impact EvaluationENERGY STAR® LightingThis report provides an overview of program findings including: customer awareness, use of CFLs, barriers, likelihood of future purchase, and recommendations.energy efficient lighting, CFLs, in-depth participant and administrator interviews, random customer survey Opinion Dynamics, Inc.
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CT ECMBRes/C&I03/05Energy Efficiency: Investing in Connecticut's Future - A Report of the ECMB Year 2004 Programs and OperationsCT EEBEnergy Efficiency: Investing in Connecticut's Future - A Report of the ECMB Year 2004 Programs and OperationsAnnual ReportMiscellaneous ProgramsThis annual report highlights how CEEF programs have addressed their primary objectives in 2004. The CEEF’s primary objectives include: (1) advancing the efficient use of energy, (2) reducing air pollution and negative environmental impacts, and (3) promoting economic development and providing energy security/affordability. annual and lifetime energy savings, peak demand savings, customer participation, expendituresEnergy Conservation Management Board
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CTResidential07/04Measurement & Verification of Residential Refrigerator Energy Use - Final Report 2003 -04 Metering WaptacMeasurement & Verification of Residential Refrigerator Energy Use - Final Report 2003 -04 Metering Impact EvaluationENERGY STAR® Appliances The Refrigerator Measurement & Verification (M&V) project is a research project designed to better understand the field performance of refrigerators, assess the accuracy of refrigerator audit/diagnostic
methods, and measure the energy and load impacts of refrigerator replacements more reliably. The project was sponsored by NSTAR Electric & Gas, National Grid local utilities Massachusetts Electric Company (MECO) and Narragansett Electric Company (NECO), and Northeast Utilities’ local utility Western Massachusetts Electric Company (WMECO). This final report describes the project activities and the results of the data analysis.
Refrigeration, measurement, performance, energy costs, load, demandProctor Engineering Group Limited, Michael Blasnik & Associates, Conservation Services Board
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CL&PC&I06/042003 Small Business Energy Advantage Program Impact EvaluationN/AN/AImpact EvaluationSmall Business Energy Advantage (SBEA)
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CL&PC&I06/042003 Multiple Small Business Lighting Retrofit Programs Impact Evaluation CEE2003 Multiple Small Business Lighting Retrofit Programs Impact Evaluation Impact EvaluationSmall Business Energy Advantage (SBEA)This report summarizes an impact evaluation done in 2003/2004 by RLW Analytics, Inc. to quantify adjusted gross energy and demand impacts associated with the 2003 Small Business Lighting Retrofit Program.Lighting, commercial, small business, retrofit, gross energy, demandRLW Analytics, Inc.
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CT ECMBRes/C&I06/04Independent Assessment of Conservation and Energy Efficiency Potential for Connecticut and the Southwest Connecticut RegionCEEIndependent Assessment of Conservation and Energy Efficiency Potential for Connecticut and the Southwest Connecticut RegionPotential StudyN/AThe objective of this study is to estimate the maximum achievable cost effective potential for energy conservation and energy efficiency resources from 2003 through 2012 in 3 geographic areas: CT statewide, 52 towns in constrained area of SW CT, and 16 critical constrained area towns in SW CT (Norwalk-Stamford area)maximum penetration of energy efficiency measures, costs, energy savings, environmental benefitsGDS Associates, Inc. and Quantum Consulting
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CT ECMBRes/C&I03/04Energy Efficiency: Investing in Connecticut's Future - A Report of the ECMB Year 2003 Programs and OperationsCT EEBEnergy Efficiency: Investing in Connecticut's Future - A Report of the ECMB Year 2003 Programs and OperationsAnnual ReportMiscellaneous ProgramsThis annual report highlights how CEEF programs have addressed their primary objectives in 2003. The CEEF’s primary objectives include: (1) advancing the efficient use of energy, (2) reducing air pollution and negative environmental impacts, and (3) promoting economic development and providing energy security/affordability. annual and lifetime energy savings, peak demand savings, customer participation, expendituresEnergy Conservation Management Board
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