The report will evaluate the savings claimed from the Multifamily Energy Efficiency Rebate (MFEER) and Multifamily Whole Building (MF-WB) programs implemented by the four major investor-owned utilities, PG&E, SCE, SDG&E, and SoCal Gas. Click here to find the full report on EE Stats.
Quarterly EM&V Stakeholder Meeting Agenda, Location, and Remote Access Info September 13, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. California Public Utilities Commission
Feel free to share word of this public webinar unplugged to present the proposed update to the CPUC EE EM&V Master Plan, LGP and REN-CCA Chapters (“roadmaps”). The event will be shared with the service list and is open to all.
The HERO Program Study Draft Final Reports, which PG&E, SDG&E, SCE, and SCG contracted with Cadmus to complete, is now posted to the CPUC’s EE Public Document Area for download at the following site:
Joint IOU Webinar 9/7: Data Reporting and Communication on Utility-Local Government Partnership Projects
PG&E, SCE, SCG and SDG&E will jointly host a statewide webinar to review improvements to semi-annual data reporting and communication related to Local Government Partnership activities supporting the California Long Term Energy
The California Energy Commission (CEC) recently approved a new Window Film Savings Calculator designed by the International Window Film Association for use by local educational agencies to determine whether a window film installation project qualifies for
CEC Workshop 8/22: Measuring the Success of the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program
Commissioner Janea Scott, Lead Commissioner on Transportation of the California Energy Commission, will conduct a workshop to discuss the use of metrics within the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program (ARFVTP). This
Webinars 8/23-24: Lessons Learned in CivicSpark Project Implementation, Central Coast, Los Angeles, and Southern California Regions
CivicSpark is a Governor’s Initiative AmeriCorps program that provides capacity-building support to local governments to accelerate California’s response and resiliency to climate change. These webinars aim to provide a snapshot of some of the accomplishments of the 2015-16 service year, with an emphasis on sharing lessons learned and best practices.
CPUC Stakeholder Advisory Group (StAG) Slides: Regional Energy Network and Local Government Partnership Evaluation
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) is evaluating the value and effectiveness of (1) the new Regional Energy Networks (RENs) and (2) the investor owned utility-local government partnerships (LGPs). Click below to review slides on each
Comment Period Open Until 8/8: Final Version of 2015 CPUC Custom Impact Research Plan Addendum – Sampling
This is a notice that the final version of the 2015 Custom Impact Research Plan Addendum – Sampling – through Q4 2015 has been posted on the energy efficiency public documents website.
The 2015 Upstream and Residential Downstream Lighting Program Impact Evaluation Research Plan has been posted to the CPUC’s public document site for review and comment. Click here to view the document.
The Draft Impact Evaluation Research Plan for the Program Administrators 2015 behavior programs (home energy and home utility reports) has been posted to the CPUC’s public document site for review and comment.
Co-hosted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Department of Energy, this webinar will highlight federal energy efficiency programs with an emphasis on rural America on Tuesday, July 12, from 2–3 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time. USDA will discuss
CPUC Evaluation Webinar 7/20: Local Government Partnership (LGP) and Regional Energy Network (REN) Impact Studies
**See Updated Webinar Log In Information Below** On July 20, 2016, Itron, evaluation consultant to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) Energy Division, will facilitate two public webinars to present and receive public comment on the study plans for two impact studies to evaluate program efforts by the Regional Energy Networks and the
Excerpting from the HERO Program’s June 29th press release, “Renovate America today announced that California home energy savings from the HERO Program hit 10 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh), an important milestone that is roughly equivalent to