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Strategic Energy Management

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Created 6/9/2017 by Tyler Dillavou
Updated 9/17/2019 by Dave Kresta
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Description

An integrated energy management strategy for organizations that involves management commitment, assessments, planning and improvement goal-setting, improvement implementation, tracking, evaluation, and feedback to modify plans, resulting in a continuous improvement of energy performance.

Contributing Org
Bonneville Power Administration
Market/Commercial Readiness
Level 5
Wide (commercially available in NW from 2+ mfrs, wide market demand)
Product Performance
Level 4
Limited Field Validation (small scale field testing across broad range of conditions)
Program Readiness
Level 4
Full-scale Pilots (performance at min. of 4, formal market study underway, well developed risk assessment)
Sector(s)
Commercial
Industrial
Energy System(s)
Whole Building / Meter Level
Energy Subsystem(s)
Energy Management
Assessments
Commissioning
Behavior
Building Type(s)
Commercial:Assembly
Commercial:Food Service
Commercial:Grocery
Commercial:Lodging
Commercial:Office
Commercial:Residential Care
Commercial:Retail
Commercial:Multifamily
Commercial:School
Commercial:Warehouse
Commercial:Other
Industrial:General
Cost and Savings
Unit Cost: N/A
Savings Type: ElectricSavingsOnly
Elec. Unit Savings: N/A
Gas Unit Savings: N/A
Unit: N/A
Benefits and Regional Potential
Non-Energy Benefits: N/A
Elec. Potential: N/A
Gas Potential: N/A
Explanation: N/A
EE or DR Benefit
Energy Efficiency Benefit
Demand Response Benefit
RTF Research Plan
N/A
RTF Sunset Date
N/A
Attached Files
None
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