2 edition of Standard practice for cost-benefit analysis of conservation and load management programs found in the catalog.
Standard practice for cost-benefit analysis of conservation and load management programs
by California Energy Commission
Written in English
|Statement||Christopher Danforth, David H. Weiss, Eric Woychik.|
|Contributions||Weiss, David., Woychik, Eric.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||Various pagings, appendices.|
8 or “gas” “utilities”) for implementation of an initial set of Energy Efficiency ("EE") programs. 9 The utilities shall implement EE programs using the following two-phased approach. 10 Phase I, which is covered by this Rule, consists of a Quick Start process that expedites EEFile Size: KB. 2 The Standard Practice Manual was originally published in February under the title the Standard Practice for Cost Benefit Analysis of Conservation and Load Management Programs in February, The "All Ratepayers" test adopted in was renamed the Total Resource Cost (TRC) Test in when the manual.
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The California Standard Practice Manual of Cost-Benefit Analysis of Conservation and Load Management Programs (SPM) developed five cost-effectiveness tests for evaluating energy efficiency by: 6. 6cost-benefit analyses were performed on spreadsheets based on the Standard Practice for Cost-Benefit Analysis of Conservation 'and Load Management Programs, California Energy Commission and Publ ic Uti l ity Commission, Sacramento, February Conservation Service State office or visit the Field Office Technical Guide.
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them in in their “Standard Practice for Cost-Benefit Analysis of Conservation and Load Management Programs” manual. The Illinois statute has adopted the TRC test as the sole determinant of whether energy efficiency portfolios are cost-effective.
Given the statutory spending screens that constrain our energy efficiency budgets, however, additional cost-effectiveness evaluation is useful for measure. Total Resource Cost Test1 Definition The Total Resource Cost Test measures the net costs of a demand-side management program as a resource option based on the total costs of the program, including both the participants' and the utility's costs.
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