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Up to Median – Buying Energy Efficiency. Dave Rinebolt, Executive Director and Counsel Ohio Partners for Affordable Energy PO Box 1793, Findlay, OH 45839-1793 419/425-8860 * 419/425-8860 – FAX [email protected] * www.ohiopartners.org. Affordability – The Truth is in the Numbers.

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Up to median buying energy efficiency

Up to Median – Buying Energy Efficiency

Dave Rinebolt, Executive Director and Counsel

Ohio Partners for Affordable Energy

PO Box 1793, Findlay, OH 45839-1793

419/425-8860 * 419/425-8860 – FAX

[email protected] * www.ohiopartners.org


Affordability the truth is in the numbers

Affordability –The Truth is in the Numbers

  • Energy Burden – the base concept

    • 4-6% of income

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Energy burden

Energy Burden

  • Under 50% of the Federal Poverty Line

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Home energy affordability gap

Home Energy Affordability Gap

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Nymex futures

NYMEX Futures

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Up to median buying energy efficiency

U.S. Natural Gas Wellhead Price, 1970-2030

(2005 dollars per thousand cubic feet)

History

Projections

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Annual Energy Outlook 2006 and 2007 -Preliminary


Up to median buying energy efficiency

World Oil Price, 1980-2030

(2005 dollars per barrel)

History

Projections

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Annual Energy Outlook 2006 and 2007


Up to median buying energy efficiency

U.S. Electricity Price, 1970-2030

(2005 cents per kilowatthour)

History

Projections

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Annual Energy Outlook 2006 and 2007


Annual energy outlook 2007 reference case indicates that through 2030

AnnualEnergy Outlook 2007 reference case indicates that through 2030....

  • Traditional fossil fuels are expected to continue to meet the bulk of energy requirements over the projection period

  • U.S. energy demand is projected to grow at an average annual rate of 1.1 percent

  • The energy efficiency of the economy is projected to increase at an average annual rate of 1.8 percent

  • U.S. oil import dependency is projected to grow from 60 percent to 61 percent

  • U.S. natural gas use is projected to be level off over the last decade of the projection

  • Future growth in U.S. natural gas supplies depends on unconventional domestic production, natural gas from Alaska, and liquefied natural gas imports

  • Carbon dioxide emissions are projected to grow at an average annual rate of 1.2 percent

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The impact of rising costs

The Impact of Rising Costs

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Weatherization programs

Weatherization Programs

  • Home Weatherization Assistance Program (HWAP)

  • Availability: Statewide – PY06 funding -- $29,946,430; 6915 units ($3,250/unit).

  • Eligibility:150% of poverty line.

  • Services: Program focuses on reducing heating costs. Some health and safety services also funded.

  • Manager:Office of Energy Efficiency, Tom Andrews – 614-466-7400; [email protected]

  • Electric Partnership Program (EPP)

  • Availability:Service territories of Cincinnati Gas & Electric; Cleveland Electric Illuminating (CEI), Columbus Southern Power; Dayton Power & Light; Monongahela Power; Ohio Edison; Ohio Power; and, Toledo Edison. – PY05 Funding -- $12 million; 10,000 units est. ($1,200/unit).

  • Eligibility:Must be a participant in the Percentage Income Payment Plan.

  • Services:Electric baseload services including high efficiency light bulbs, refrigerator and freezer replacements. Heating system upgrades and weatherization for electrically-heated homes.

  • Manager:Office of Energy Efficiency, Tom Andrews – 614-466-7400; [email protected]

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Weatherization programs1

Weatherization Programs

  • Warm Choice Program

  • Availability:Columbia Gas of Ohio service territory.

  • Eligibility:150% of poverty line. -- $5.5 million; 1,800 units est. ($3,000/unit).

  • Services:Emergency heating unit (furnace or boiler) repair or replacement. Other weatherization and health and safety related services, including natural gas stove repair. Program often combined with HWAP.

  • Manager:Columbia Gas of Ohio, External Affairs Dept., Jack Laverty – 614-460-4714; [email protected]

    Housewarming Program

  • Availability:Dominion East Ohio (including former West Ohio Gas service territories). $3.5 million; 1,750 units est. ($2000/unit).

  • Eligibility:150% of poverty line.

  • Services:Emergency heating unit (furnace or boiler) repair or replacement. Other weatherization and health and safety related services, including natural gas stove repair. Program often combined with HWAP.

  • Manager:Cleveland Housing Network, Dennis Perry – 216-574-7100; [email protected]

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Weatherization programs2

Weatherization Programs

  • Dayton Power & Light Weatherization Program

  • Availability:Dayton Power & Light service territory. $275,000.

  • Eligibility:150% of poverty line.

  • Services:Program focuses on reducing heating costs and baseload electric measures. Some health and safety services also funded.

  • Manager:Community Action Partnership of the Greater Dayton Area, Leonard Florence – 937-341-5000; LeonardF@cap-

    dayton.org

  • Vectren Energy Delivery of Ohio Weatherization Program

  • Availability:VEDO service territory. $1.1 million.

  • Eligibility:200% of the poverty line.

  • Services:Emergency heating unit (furnace or boiler) repair or replacement. Other weatherization and health and safety related services, including natural gas stove repair. Program may be combined with HWAP.

  • Manager:Community Action Partnership of the Greater Dayton Area, Leonard Florence – 937-341-5000; [email protected]

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Weatherization programs3

Weatherization Programs

  • Community Connections Program

  • Availability:FirstEnergy service territories – CEI, Ohio Edison and Toledo Edison. $2.7 million – 2,384 units ($988/unit).

  • Eligibility:150% of poverty line or families of military personnel called to active duty.

  • Services:Baseload electricity services; wiring replacements and upgrades, roof repairs and replacements; electric, heating and cooling system repairs and replacements; and, weatherization for electrically heated or cooled homes.

  • Manager:Ohio Partners for Affordable Energy, Pete Natal – 419-425-8860; [email protected]

  • Northeast Ohio Natural Gas

  • Availability: NEONG service territory. $16,200 – 6 units ($2,700/unit).

  • Eligibility & Services: See Columbia Gas Warm Choice.

  • Manager:Ohio Partners for Affordable Energy, Pete Natal – 419-425-8860; [email protected]

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