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EE Programs GMMSCA June , 2011. Increasing Load Requirements. Increasing Retail Rates. Increasing Energy Expense. Why consider EE programs?. Increasing need/cost of generation Help customers manage i ncreasing costs Customers’ Environmental Expectations We’re Not-For-Profit

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Why consider EE programs?

  • Increasing need/cost of generation
  • Help customers manage increasing costs
  • Customers’ Environmental Expectations
  • We’re Not-For-Profit
  • Responsible Energy Use: It’s the Right Thing To Do
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Beyond

Year 2

Emerging

Initiatives

New

Initiatives

Year 1

-Schools

-Smart Grid

Roadmap

-Training Academy

-Commercial Audits

-Statewide EE

Image Campaign

-PHEV Program

-Other?

6 Programs

ARRA Funding

(32 EMCs)

Schools

Initial Program

(1 EMC)

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Current Programs--From ARRA Funding

Training and

Tools

Agriculture

Residential

Industrial

Energy

Assessments

99 Customers*

25% Complete

EE Loans

3,900 Loans*

7.8M sq. ft.

$19M Loans

18% Complete

Poultry

Lighting

300 Houses*

5% Complete

76 Certified

Home Auditors

(32 EMCs)

State of the Art

Web and

Auditor Tools

(28 EMCs)

HVAC Tune-Up

3,350 Homes*

7.5M sq. ft.

43% Complete

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School Energy Assessment Program

  • Draft Proposal
  • Create EMC staffed Assessment “Strike Team”
  • Train Strike Team to accomplish consistent professional assessments
  • Strike Team:
    • EMC staff Volunteers
    • EMC gains highly trained individual and experience with other EMCs/systems
    • Goal would be to only perform assessments, outside of home EMC, once each month.
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Student

School Energy Assessment Program

  • Need
  • Competitors want their customers to Think __PC when they think “Energy Efficiency”
  • What can we do?
    • Students are some of our best marketers
    • Make sure our Youth knows our good story and opportunities
    • Looking for good programs
    • Please send me your ideas
    • Hope to bring alternative for your consideration this fall
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Emerging Issues/Opportunities

Training and

Tools

School Programs

  • Launch Audit Program
  • Student initiatives
  • Continuous, Statewide School Engagement

Smart Grid/Econ Dev

  • Increase EMC staff expertise
  • Develop EE/Green “Training Academy” for EMC staff
    • Maintain Certifications
    • Provide Advance Training
    • Industrial Energy Training
    • Commercial Energy Training
  • Connect EE/Green Energy and Utility Operations/Planning
  • Evaluate demonstration projects
  • Create Roadmap
  • Help State attract Green Industries

Public Image

  • Programs to increase statewide “green” image
  • Statewide Image Campaigns
  • Capitalize on programs and initiatives

Residential/PHEV

  • Create/Grow Programs
  • Create Coordinated PHEV Program
  • Find Solutions for Manufactured Housing
  • Explore Education Programs

Commercial/Industrial

Green Power EMC

  • Create Sustained Industrial Assessment Program
  • Build Commercial Audit Program
  • Provide Technical Support
  • Develop Project Evaluation Process
  • Link Programs where possible
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Response to Load—Reliability

  • Response to Price—Rates
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New Opportunities---NEED YOUR HELP

School Programs

Continued Financing Programs

Equipment/Displays (energy wall)

Continued Training/Education

PHEV

New Low Temp Heat Pumps

Green Energy Opportunities

Commercial Energy Assessments

Solutions for Manufactured Homes

Smart Grid Activity Support

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Contact me for more information:

Jeff Pratt

Director of Energy Efficiency

770-270-7606

Jeff.pratt@opc.com