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Energy Efficiency Statewide Strategic Planning Effort2009-2020and Progress Cathy Fogel, Ph.D., AnalystCalifornia Public Utilities Commission & Valerie Hall , Deputy Director Energy Commission ~Presentation for Joint Agency Energy Action Plan Meeting~ December 11, 2007
The Vision: • IOUs to prepare a single, statewide IOU EE and DSM Strategic Plan thru 2020 • IOUs strategies and actions • Local govt, regional agencies, businesses and other stakeholders • CEC Codes & Standards, PIER • 2009-2011 IOU EE portfolios will reflect Plan • Plan will be updated
Targets, Goals and the ‘BBEES’: • All new construction zero net energy, by: • 2020 (residential) • 2030 (commercial) • Revamp HVAC industry • Utilities achieve all cost-effective energy efficiency opportunities • CEC IEPR— State achieves 100% economic potential for energy efficiency thru standards, utility programs, other strategies
Time frame: • November 5th 2007 - launch • www.californiaenergyefficiency.com • February 1st – IOUs file draft plan • Stakeholder and agency comment period • May 15th – IOUs file final plan • Formal comment period • Fall – Commission adoption of Plan and 2009-2011 Portfolios
‘End-to-End’ Solutions: • Integration, Innovation, Collaboration • Sector energy efficiency plans & targets • Local governments have important role • Integrated DSM approaches • Marketing, education, outreach, training • Emerging technologies & market transformation
Working Groups Contributing Sector and cross-sector groups
Efficiency Planning & Progress • Major CEC work efforts in efficiency include: • Appliance Standards • Building Standards • Efficiency with Solar • Efficiency in Existing Buildings • These programs provide the foundation for and compliment the long term strategic efficiency efforts
Efficiency Planning & Progress Appliance Standards • Successful conclusion of the appliance data litigation • CEC approved an OIR to begin a new rulemaking for appliances • Hearing to consider Scope of rulemaking is expected mid-January • Lighting is the top priority and will be the first adopted
Efficiency Planning & Progress • Building Standards • 2008 Standards - Official rulemaking began November 16 • Hearing December 17 • Adoption scheduled for January 2008 • Effective date expected April 2009 • Statewide savings expected – for each year of construction: • 549 Gigawatt hours • 18 million Therms • 129 Megawatts • 396,520 tons CO2 (plus NOx, Sox, CO and PM10 reductions) • Efficiency improvements 5% to 17 % above 2005 standards • Future Standards - - internal discussions, research and analysis already underway
Efficiency Planning & Progress Efficiency Efforts tied to Solar • Recommended efficiency strategies for new and existing construction in the SB 1 Guidelines • Possible adoption of SB 1 Guidelines on December 19 • New Solar Homes Partnership - - 54% of approved applications chose Tier II (35+% over Title 24)
Efficiency Planning & Progress • Efficiency in Existing Buildings • Current efforts • Primarily accomplished through CPUC and utility programs • CEC efforts include developing home rating system rules • CEC building and appliance standards cover existing buildings • CEC programs for special sectors (local gov’t, schools, water, ag) • Future Efforts • Point of sale efficiency - - mandatory efforts will require legislation • Load management standards • Adopt statewide targets for 2016 equal to 100% of economic potential • Look deeper for water/energy improvements