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Presentation of Proposed Grouping of 2006 Energy Efficiency programs for Evaluation Planning

Mike Messenger

CEC Evaluation Staff

July 20, 2005


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Criteria for Grouping/Scheduling service areas and program strategies to facilitate timely completion of Process, Impact and Market assessment within a 3 year cycle and staffing constraints

  • Be able to estimate/validate performance basis for major programs for each area

  • Fine enough detail to provide useful process insights to improve strategies

  • Reduce number of evaluation contracts

  • Allow for evaluation of the effectiveness of marketing and potential measurement of spillover impacts

  • Stage process, impact and market assessment over three year cycles; don’t want all impact in first year for example


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Proposed Grouping Strategies Evaluated service areas and program strategies to facilitate timely completion of Process, Impact and Market assessment within a 3 year cycle and staffing constraints

  • By Program Strategy

  • By End use and Customer segment

  • By Market Segment

  • By Utility Service Area

  • By Customer Segment

  • Tentative Winner- Strategy and Major Market Segments


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Proposed Grouping by Strategy service areas and program strategies to facilitate timely completion of Process, Impact and Market assessment within a 3 year cycle and staffing constraints






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Evaluation Objectives for Market Assessments ( 4 total) Residential

  • Provide an estimate of the total energy and peak savings achieved in this market over the last 2? Years for each of the four utility areas and a breakdown of the relative share of each of the major strategies operating in the market. ( include spillover?)

  • Provide an assessment of the extent that these programs have caused changes in market structure and their sustainability


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Evaluation Objectives for Impact Assessments Residential

  • Estimate/Validate ex ante estimates of program strategy savings using protocols

  • Provide insights about why there may be differences between ex ante and ex post values

  • Estimate impacts by end use and measure if feasible


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Evaluation Objectives for Process Evaluations Residential

  • Evaluate effectiveness of marketing and program designs

  • Evaluate if program theory is valid

  • Provide suggestions for improvement both in program processes and methods to reach and motivate customers


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