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PG&E’s 2006-2008 Portfolio Performance December 11, 2006

PG&E’s 2006-2008 Portfolio Performance December 11, 2006. Duane Larson Senior Manager Customer Energy Efficiency Pacific Gas and Electric Company DFL2@pge.com. Today’s Update. Portfolio Performance – Are we on track? 2006 Additional Measures. Megawatts Paid. Gigawatt-hours Paid.

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PG&E’s 2006-2008 Portfolio Performance December 11, 2006

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  1. PG&E’s 2006-2008 Portfolio PerformanceDecember 11, 2006 Duane Larson Senior Manager Customer Energy Efficiency Pacific Gas and Electric Company DFL2@pge.com

  2. Today’s Update • Portfolio Performance – Are we on track? • 2006 Additional Measures

  3. Megawatts Paid

  4. Gigawatt-hours Paid

  5. Million Therms Paid

  6. Megawatts Committed

  7. Gigawatt-hours Committed

  8. Million Therms Committed

  9. Summary • Achieved 2006 MW and GWH goals • Achieving Therm goal is going to be close at year end • All delivery channels are now producing savings • Increasing numbers of paid calculated savings projects • Program staff are analyzing 2006 performance and developing forecasts and goals for 2007

  10. Targeted Markets Core Greydon H. Hicks Manager Targeted Markets Pacific Gas and Electric Company GHH1@pge.com

  11. Megawatts Paid TM contribution to 11/30/06 YTD Core Mass Market Paid Accomplishments: 25.71 MW or 22% of total

  12. Gigawatt-hours Paid TM contribution to 11/30/06 YTD Core Mass Market Paid Accomplishments: 705 GWH or 13% of total

  13. Million Therms Paid The TM contribution to 11/30/06 YTD Core Mass Market Paid Accomplishments: 1.63 MM Thm or 21% of total

  14. Megawatts Committed

  15. Gigawatt-hours Committed

  16. Million Therms Committed

  17. What’s new in Targeted Markets? • Server Farm Virtualization Software and High Efficiency Servers – High Tech • Pumping Efficiency Program – Ag/Food • Wine tartrate removal using electrodialysis -Ag/Food • PG&E Core Retro-Commissioning Offering – Retail, Medical, Large Office, Private Colleges • Building Commissioning - Retail, Medical, Large Office, Private Colleges • LED case lighting demonstration– Retail, Hospitality • California Solar Initiative Coordination – All segments • Federal Tax Credits Coordination – All Segments

  18. What is working in Targeted Markets? • High Tech • Ag and Food Processing • Industrial/Fabrication • Retail • Large Office Building

  19. Challenges in Targeted Markets • Schools - Emphasis on deemed measures and streamlining new construction • Hospitality – focus on deemed for dispersed smaller motels, and concentrate TM resources on greater Bay Area larger hotels • Medical – emphasis on deemed measures, new construction for pipeline development and retro-commissioning • BioTech – develop new construction for long-term pipeline

  20. Targeted Markets Questions/Comments/Suggestions

  21. PG&E Core - Mass Markets Keith Reed Manager Mass Markets Pacific Gas and Electric Company KNR3@pge.com

  22. Megawatts Paid

  23. Gigawatt-hours Paid

  24. Million Therms Paid

  25. Incentives Paid

  26. Core MM Channel MW Comparison

  27. Core MM Channel GWH Comparison

  28. Core MM Channel MM Therm Comparison

  29. Mass Market: What’s New? • LED Refrigerator Case Demo Report • Regional Vendor Meetings • Trade Professionals Newsletter • Direct Mail Campaigns • Water Agencies • Steam Traps • Advertising (Appliances/Summer) • Cool Roofs

  30. Mass Market: What’s working? • Upstream Channel • Midstream Channel • Refrigerant Charge & Airflow • Duct Test & Seal • Increased interest from upstream distributors/manufacturers • (Lighting, Appliances, etc)

  31. Mass Market: Challenges • Therm Savings • Vendor Participation • Downstream participation slow statewide • Commercial Pool System expansion • Double Dipping monitoring • SBEE (Small Business Energy Edge)

  32. Mass Market: Program Design Changes • Revamp evaporative cooler delivery • E-rebate to allow vendors to submit electronically • Bundled Building Performance Incentive • HVAC installation/design, lighting, windows, insulation, etc. • Midstream HVAC Distributors Delivery –Out

  33. Questions/Comments/Suggestions Mass Market:

  34. Third Party Program Update Misti Bruceri / Mona Yew Supervisors Third Party Programs Pacific Gas and Electric Company M1BT@pge.com / MxY9@pge.com

  35. Third Party Program Status • All 32 RFP I programs are underway • Audits and marketing in progress for nearly all programs • 21 programs are accepting applications and/or conducting direct implementation activities • Savings through October: • 1.0 MW, 6.01 GWh, 0.18 MTherms

  36. Third Party Program – RFP II • RFP II completed • 17 programs selected • 12 contracts signed to-date • 21.8 MW • 83.9 GWh • 4.37 MTherms • 5 contracts in final stages of completion

  37. Third Party Programs – RFP II • Ag and Food Processing • Light Exchange Program (Richard Heath and Associates) • Fabrication, Process and Heaving Manufacturing • AIM Compressed Air Efficiency (Air Power USA) • Value Energy Stream Mapping Advantage Plus (California Manufacturing Technology Consulting) • Compressed Air Program (Ecos Consulting)

  38. Third Party Program – RFP II • High Technology • Laboratory Airflow Control Systems Re-Commissioning Program (Newmatic Engineering) • Large Commercial • Energy Efficiency Partnership Program for California State-Leased Facilities (Enovity) • Boiler Energy Efficiency Program (Enovity) • Retrocommissioning Program (Portland Energy Conservation Inc.)

  39. Third Party Program – RFP II • Mass Market • Heatwise (Energy Solutions) • Fan Time Delay Relay Program (Proctor Engineering Group) • Retail • Big Box Cool and Light (Energy Solutions) • Schools, Colleges and Universities • California Preschool Energy Efficiency Program (Low Income Investment Fund)

  40. PG&E Residential New Construction Shagun Boughen Supervisor/Program Manager Residential New Construction SXBQ@pge.com Cece Barros CEE Solar Integration Coordinator CABE1@pge.com

  41. Background • CSI – March 2, 2006 CPUC opened a proceeding to develop rules and procedures for the California Solar Initiative (CSI) • SB 1 - August 21, 2006, Governor signed Senate Bill 1, which directs the Commission and the CEC to implement the CSI program • NSHP - CEC manages a $350 million program to encourage solar installations in new home construction through its NSHP

  42. Challenges in RNC • ENERGY STAR • Market Slow down • Homes not selling • Solar new and costly Purpose: • To align with NSHP to encourage solar in residential new construction • Encourages builders to exceed minimum EE requirements when installing solar by offering increased incentives

  43. What’s new in RNC Existing: • ES New Homes • 15% better than T-24 • QII/TBC Mandatory • $400 Coastal • $500 Inland • Prescriptive - measure based Proposed: • ES New Homes • 15% better than T-24 • QII/TBC Mandatory • $400 Coastal • $500 Inland • Prescriptive - measure based • NSHP Tier I: 15% better than T-24 ES Appliances $400 or $500 Solar Qualified • NSHP Tier II: 35% better than T-24 40% cooling reduction ES Appliances $2,000 Solar Only

  44. RNC continued • Cost Effectiveness Existing • TRC: .83 • PAC: 1.54 Proposed • TRC: .88 • PAC: 1.40 • Energy Savings: 15% = 375kWh; 137Therms – 2006 Program 35% = 699kWh; 225Therms • Energy Calculations:State approved software for Res Energy Standards and Tax credits – Micropas Includes distribution of housing stock by CZ Weighted average for PG&E for Tier II

  45. Residential New Construction Questions/Comments/Suggestions

  46. PG&E’s 2006-2008 Water-Embedded Energy PilotDecember 11, 2006 Bill Miller Principal Regulatory Analyst Customer Energy Efficiency Pacific Gas and Electric Company WCM2@pge.com

  47. The Water-Embedded Energy Pilot • CPUC announced consider of W-E energy in R. 06-04-010 • Summer 2006: Workshop and Comments • ACR Ruling directing an Application for a W-E Energy Pilot be filed January 15, 2006

  48. ACR Issues in the W-E Pilot Ruling • Issues raised in the Pilot Ruling • Will counting embedded energy savings related to water conservation now produce real new benefits or simply give credit for savings that would have occurred anyway • “Another matter of considerable discussion is that the amount of energy needed to produce, convey, and treat water differs dramatically form place-to place” • Pumped water often moves through more than one service territory • Reducing water usage may produce benefits in the service territory of a water-upstream electric utility

  49. ACR Directive on W-E Pilot • To be filed January 15, 2006 • One-year pilot programs to begin by July 1, 2007 • Partner with one (or more) large water provider to jointly fund programs • Funding separate from 2006-2008; suggest limit to total of $10 million • No credit for savings toward 2006-2008 risk/reward; count to better understand program benefits • Encouraged to be innovative! • Workshop in 2007 2nd quarter to prepare for full incorporation for water-related programs for 2009-2011 • Workshop also addresses: savings determination methods; EM&V; procedural guidelines; outreach; training

  50. What Can the Pilot Accomplish • What actually needs to be resolved to introduce W-E energy saving programs into 2009-2011 programs?

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