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UniSource Energy Update. Linda Douglas-Worthey Assistant Director, Conservation and Renewable Programs. Arizona Energy Efficiency Community Outreach April 16, 2009 Phoenix, AZ. UNS Service Territory and Companies. TEP Electric Service Area. Customers – 392,000 Sales – 9,201 GWh

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Unisource energy update

UniSource EnergyUpdate

Linda Douglas-Worthey

Assistant Director, Conservation and Renewable Programs

Arizona Energy Efficiency Community Outreach

April 16, 2009

Phoenix, AZ


Uns service territory and companies
UNS Service Territory and Companies

TEP Electric Service Area

Customers – 392,000

Sales – 9,201 GWh

Peak Demand – 2,365 MW

Kingman

Flagstaff

UNS Gas Service Areas

Customers – 145,000

Sales – 109,925,000 therms

UNS Electric Service Area

Tucson

Customers – 93,000

Sales – 1,611 GWh

Peak Demand – 417 MW

Nogales

UNS Gas & Electric Service Area


Regulatory approved 11 0 million dsm
Regulatory - Approved $11.0 Million DSM

*Net Societal Benefits for five year program portfolio (2008 – 2012)


Uns environmental saving approved 2008 2012
UNS Environmental Saving (approved 2008-2012)



Guarantee home program tep
Guarantee Home Program (TEP)

  • Program launched 1998

  • Based on Integrated Building Science

  • Quality Assurance Inspections and Testing

  • 5 yr Guarantee for Heating/Cooling Costs and Comfort

  • Lower electric rate

  • Rebates paid to builders

  • 50% of the market share in TEP’s service territory


Energy smart home unse unsg
Energy Smart Home (UNSE & UNSG)

  • Programs launched 2008

  • Market Transformation Program

  • Based on Integrated Building Science

  • Quality Assurance Inspections and Testing

  • Meets 2006 Energy Star Requirements

  • Rebates paid to Builders


Efficient home cooling tep and unse
Efficient Home Cooling (TEP and UNSE)

  • Programs Launched 2008

  • Rebates for installation of high efficiency AC and Heat Pumps with 14+ SEER Ratings

  • Save up to 20% of your cooling costs

  • Rebates directly to customers up to $250 per unit

  • Contractors receive $25/unit for each installation


Efficient home heating unsg
Efficient Home Heating (UNSG)

  • Rebates for installation of high efficiency furnaces with 90+ AFUE

  • Save up to $1,960 in heating costs over lifetime of equipment (Flagstaff)

  • Rebates directly to customers up to $325 per unit

  • Contractors receive $25/unit for each installation

  • Program Launched 2008


Energy star lighting tep and unse
Energy Star Lighting(TEP and UNSE)

Manufacturer Buy-down Program

  • Retailer passes lower cost to customer

  • Customer purchases lamps directly from retailer

  • Wide variety of products available

  • In-store promotions and training

  • No coupons to send back

  • Program Lunch 2008 (TEP)

  • Program Launch 2008 (UNSE)


Shade trees tep and unse
Shade Trees (TEP and UNSE)

TEP: Trees for Tucson

  • Trees for Tucson purchases and delivers trees

  • TEP provides funding to Trees for Tucson

  • Customer pays $8.00 per tree (total cost to customer)

  • Each tree will reduce cooling costs by up to $350 over it’s lifetime

  • Program Launch 2005

    UNSE: Trees for You

  • UNSE provides coupons to customers

  • Customer purchases trees from retailer

  • UNSE credits $15.00 per tree to customer bill

  • Each tree will reduce cooling costs by up to $350 over it’s lifetime

  • Program Launch 2009


Commercial energy solutions tep unse unsg
Commercial Energy Solutions (TEP, UNSE, UNSG)

Rebates to Install high efficiency equipment

  • Lighting

  • Refrigeration

  • Heating and Cooling

  • Motors

  • Air Compressors

  • Water heating and boilers (UNSG only)

  • Custom Measures

    Rebates paid directly to the customer (Large Business Program)

    Rebates paid to the contractor (Small Business Program)


Low income weatherization tep unse and unsg
Low-Income WeatherizationTEP, UNSE and UNSG

Improve Energy Performance in Low-Income Homes

Improve Health and Safety in Low-Income Homes

  • Duct sealing

  • Replace broken windows

  • Insulation repair and replacement

  • HVAC repair and replacement

  • Combustion safety testing and repair

  • CFL lighting and refrigerator replacement

    NOTE: All programs work with Low-Income agencies approved by the State Energy Office.


Education and outreach tep and unse
Education and OutreachTEP and UNSE

General Energy Efficiency Education

  • Web-based energy analysis

  • Energy efficiency media campaigns

  • Educational web-sites

    Academic Education

  • K-12 Energy Education

  • Children’s Museum Exhibit

    Time-of Use Education

  • Brochures

  • Web-site

  • Promotional Ads


Future programs under evaluation
Future Programs Under Evaluation

  • Tune-up, early retirement and duct repair

  • Existing home retro-fit (shade screens, window film, air sealing and insulation)

  • Refrigerator and Freezer Recycling

  • Energy Star Appliances

  • Solar Water Heaters in Low-Income Homes

  • Net-Zero Energy New Home Program

  • Direct Load Control


Renewable energy
Renewable Energy

TEP – 2009 REST Budget $30 Million

UNSE – 2009 REST Budget $ 5 Million

  • Commercial and Residential Rebates

  • Up-Front Incentive < 20 kW

  • Performance Based Incentive > 20 kW

Visit tep.com or uesaz.com for details