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Integrating WAP with Other Efficiency Programs: the Do’s and Don’ts. Dave Rinebolt, Executive Director Ohio Partners for Affordable Energy PO Box 1793, Findlay, OH 45839-1793 419/425-8860 * 419/425-8860 – FAX * opaemerc.org. WAP – all fuels Housewarming – Dominion East Ohio Gas

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Integrating wap with other efficiency programs the do s and don ts

Integrating WAP with Other Efficiency Programs: the Do’s and Don’ts

Dave Rinebolt, Executive Director

Ohio Partners for Affordable Energy

PO Box 1793, Findlay, OH 45839-1793

419/425-8860 * 419/425-8860 – FAX * opaemerc.org


Ohio energy efficiency programs

WAP – all fuels

Housewarming – Dominion East Ohio Gas

Warm Choice – Columbia Gas of Ohio

Cincinnati Gas & Electric – Gas & Electric

Targeted Energy Efficiency Program – AEP

Energy Partnership Program – Universal Service Fund

Dayton Power &Light & Vectren – all fuels

Community Connections – FirstEnergy

CDBG

Senior Levies

Other

Ohio Energy Efficiency Programs

Ohio Partners for Affordable Energy


Energy efficiency programs

Energy Efficiency Programs

  • HWAP – PY 2003

    • 6,540 Households to be served - $21.25 million

    • $3,250 avg. cost per unit

    • Comprehensive Services – blower door guided air sealing, furnace tune-up, insulation, health & safety.

    • All measures with an SEER ≥1.

    • Not audit based – waiver allows a checklist.

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Energy efficiency programs cont

Energy Efficiency Programs – Cont.

  • Housewarming – PY 2003

    • 1,700 Households Served -- $3 million.

    • Reduction from 2,100 Households Served in 2001 – program redesign to tiers of service.

    • Limited Measures – health & safety, insulation and furnace replacement. Many units piggybacked with WAP.

    • Flat funding since last DEO rate case – new agreement to add $500,000.

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Integrating wap with other efficiency programs the do s and don ts

  • Warm Choice (PY 2001 – 2002)

    • 1,400 Households Served - $5 million/$3,570 per unit.

    • Limited Measures – furnace replacement, insulation, health & safety. Most units are combination jobs with WAP.

    • Ongoing training and standards manual.

    • Flat funding since last COH rate case – new agreement to add $500,000.

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Energy efficiency programs cont1

Energy Efficiency Programs – Cont.

  • CG&E

    • $2.09 from natural gas & $2.0 million electric. Most programs run by pet nonprofit. No integration w/WAP.

  • DP&L/Vectren

    • $265,000/$175,000 – no strings funding.

  • TEE – AEP

    • $900,000 – electric baseload. No appliances.

  • Community Connections – FE

    • $1.5 million committed in transition plan settlement. Electric baseload, weatherization and roof repair/replacement.

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Energy efficiency programs cont2

Energy Efficiency Programs – Cont.

  • Electric Partnership Program

    • Over 10,000 households served.

    • Initial 21 month program - $20 million.

    • Primarily a baseload electricity program with appliance replacement; weatherization component for electric heat. Includes all measures with an SEER ≥ 1.

    • Customer Education Component.

    • Funded via the USF Rider.

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Energy efficiency program evaluations

Energy Efficiency Program Evaluations

  • HWAP – comprehensive review in mid-1990s. Average reduction in energy used for heating of 29%.

  • Warm Choice – reviewed last year. Significant impact on arrearage reduction. Average reduction in energy used for heating of 30%.

  • TEE – Evaluations in mid-1990s found program cost effective at 2.1 cents/kWh.

  • EPP – Preliminary data indicates roughly 10% reduction in baseload use.

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