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Multifamily & EWEB Coordination June 27, 2007 Presenters Diane Ferington, Energy Trust of Oregon Paul Berkowitz, CSG. Multifamily Approach . Core program is weatherization We combine Energy Trust incentives with the State’s Business Energy Tax Credit (BETC) These cover ~ 50%+ of project cost

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Multifamily & EWEB CoordinationJune 27, 2007PresentersDiane Ferington, Energy Trust of OregonPaul Berkowitz, CSG

multifamily approach
Multifamily Approach

Core program is weatherization

We combine Energy Trust incentives with the State’s

Business Energy Tax Credit (BETC)

    • These cover ~ 50%+ of project cost

Targeted outreach to property owners and management firms

  • City of Portland’s Office of Sustainable Development is the project manager for all MF projects under subcontract with CSG.
    • OSD does all the project paperwork and BETC filing

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results for 2006 electric savings
Results for 2006 Electric Savings

3,832 units

  • Multifamily drives electric sector
  • Total units treated 4,636 (188 gas, 616 both)

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multifamily savings distribution
Multifamily Savings Distribution
  • MF savings primarily electric
  • 2006 total of 7.6M kWh
  • Direct installed measures account for 25%
  • Insulation 14% of savings

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insulation
Insulation

Attic – R-0 to R-18 Existing:

  • Upgrade to R-38 and receive $.25 per square foot*

Wall – R-0 to R-4 Existing:

  • Upgrade to R-21 or fill cavity and receive $.30 per square foot*

Floor – R-0 to R-11 Existing:

  • Upgrade to R-25 or fill cavity and receive $.45 per square foot*

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windows gateway to weatherization
Windows (gateway to weatherization)

Electric Heat

  • Single glaze existing: Upgrade to U-Value of 0.32 or lower and an incentive of $2.50 per square foot is available.   Upgrade to U-Value of 0.30 or lower and an incentive of $3.00 per square foot is available.*
  • Double glaze existing: Upgrade to U-Value of 0.32 or lower and an incentive of $1.50 per square foot is available.  Upgrade to U-Value of 0.30 or lower and an incentive of $2.00 per square foot is available.*

Gas Heat

  • Single or double glaze existing: Upgrade to U-Value of U-0.32 or lower and an incentive of $1.75 per square foot is available.  Upgrade to U-Value of U-0.30 or lower and an incentive of $2.25 per square foot is available.*

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measures cont d
Measures (cont’d)

Doors

$25 per door Requirements:  From an existing exterior door of R-2 or less, bring door R-value to R-5 or greater.

Gas furnaces 90% AFUE, $150

Heat Pumps

Upgrade an existing heat pump to a high efficiency heat pump:

  • HSPF 8.2; SEER 14, EER 11.5, or better - $150
  • HSPF 8.5; EER 12, or better - $200

Replace an electric furnace or electric resistance heat (baseboard or in-wall unit):

  • HSPF 8.2; SEER 14, EER 11.5, or better - $300HSPF 8.5; EER 12, or better - $400

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Measures (cont’d)

Water heaters

Electric Replacement Requirements:

  • 30/40/50 gallon – EF 0.93 or greater65/80 gallon – EF 0.91 or greater119 gallon – EF 0.85

Gas Replacement Requirements:

  • Minimum EF or .62 or greater

Boilers

Free CFLs, Aerators, & Showerheads at inspection

New components in 2007

  • Clothes Washers
  • Common area lighting

http://www.energytrust.org/residential/mf/forms/HES_PI0320L.pdf

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marketing
Marketing
  • Property Management Firms
    • Participate in associations
      • Metro Multifamily Housing Association
      • Rental Housing Association of Greater Portland
      • Oregon Rental Housing Association
    • Market in their publications
    • Go to their meetings and play in their events
  • Trade Ally installation contractors
    • Represent the program offer in their bids to entice owners
    • Trade ally meetings
    • Cooperative marketing assistance

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current promotion
Current Promotion

Additional $1 per sq ft for single pane = $4 sq ft

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eugene water electric board
Eugene Water & Electric Board
  • Collaborate on Home Energy Review delivery to EWEB and Energy Trust (NW Natural) customers
    • Install CFLs
    • Aerators & Showerheads (water heater determines payee)
    • Water audit component added
  • Under contract with CSG
  • Coordinated with EWEB
    • EWEB hosted training & subsidized a portion of training
    • CSG conducted BPI training & Energy Trust funded a portion of the training

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