Keeping an eye on generation costs over time can help prepare for successful and cost-effective demand-side management techniques going forward.
Pilots are the superstars of the flying world. Pilot efficiency programs, on the other hand, are a much less known, but equally awesome, superstar of the energy efficiency world.
Such documentation can go a long way in developing a sound technical analysis. At the very least, presenting this information can eliminate the initial email or phone call to the customer asking, “What are you doing?”
Good program goals are an important pillar to program success. Program managers should keep program actor behaviors and responsibilities in mind so goals don’t become barriers to participation.
Energy efficiency (EE) programs operated by utilities are funded by tariff (utility bill) riders . However, some customers prefer to opt-out of such programs and avoid paying the EE riders.
Billing data may appear to be a rudimentary measurement of customer energy consumption. However, it provides key insights into the validity of energy saving projects from a high level.