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EFX16 Session: Apples to Apples -- Improving the Region's Tracking of Conservation Progress

Created 5/4/2016 by Carol Lindstrom
Updated 5/5/2016 by Carol Lindstrom
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Presentation and video from Efficiency Exchange 2016 Session. 

Apples to Apples: Improving the Region's Tracking of Conservation Progress
The Northwest Power Conservation Council and the Regional Technical Forum annually track conservation progress against regional Power Plan targets. In light of the findings from the Seventh Power Plan, the RTF plans to improve its tracking in three core areas: 1) understanding and reporting of the baseline to ensure appropriate comparisons to Power Plan targets and avoid double counting, 2) reporting on the capacity savings to track how the region’s energy efficiency programs are supporting the offset of peak generation resource builds and 3) capturing savings from behavior based programs, such as strategic energy management, to understand and accurately represent the long-term savings from these programs. At this session, panelists and attendees will discuss the challenges with getting apples to apples reporting in these key areas and suggestions for a path forward.
Moderator: Jennifer Light, Northwest Power and Conservation Council
Panelists: Carrie Cobb, BPA | Lakin Garth, Cadmus | Ryan Firestone, Ptarmigan Research

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Posted By: Carol Lindstrom 05/05/16 on 07:18 AM (Pacific Time)

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