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      MONICA B. MOEN ISB #5734                                     I. f         i'" I::;v 'fiJ i I.f
      Idaho Power Company                                      i; \' it..' ,_   1.. I .
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      Boise , Idaho 83707                                     UT \L             !i:~3     fir f(sSiOl'l
      Telephone: (208) 388- 2682
      FAX Telephone: (208) 388- 6936

      Attorney for Idaho Power Company

      Street Address for Express Mail

      1221 West Idaho Street
      Boise , Idaho 83702



                     BEFORE THE IDAHO PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION


      IN THE MATTER OF THE FILING BY                 CASE NO. IPC-                      04-
      IDAHO POWER COMPANY OF ITS
      2004 ELECTRIC INTEGRATED                       SUPPLEMENT TO APPLICATION
      RESOURCE PLAN (IRP)



                    In consultation with Idaho Power s Energy Efficiency Advisory Group, in

      2004 Idaho Power Company retained Quantum Consulting, Inc. to perform a study of

      the potential for additional Demand Side Management in the Idaho Power service area

       Quantum Study

                    During the development of the 2004 Integrated Resource Plan , which is

      the subject of this proceeding, the Integrated Resource Plan Advisory Council (IRPAC)

      requested that in addition to the energy efficiency and demand response programs

      considered in the 2004 IRP (which were principally focused on achieving summer peak-

      hour load reductions), Idaho Power should conduct a study to identify other cost

      effective energy efficiency and DSM opportunities.



      SUPPLEMENT TO APPLICATION , Page
             Idaho Power retained Quantum Consulting to perform this study, and

agreed to file a copy of the Quantum Study as an addendum to its 2004 Integrated

Resource Plan.

             Because the final Quantum Study was not scheduled for release prior to

the December 3 , 2004 deadline for filing comments in this case , Idaho Power provided

a draft final version of the Quantum Study to members of the IRPAC and the EEAG in

October so they could include the results of the Quantum Study in their comments. The

Northwest Energy Coalition , Natural Resources Defense Council , Renewable Northwest

Project and Advocates for the West attached a copy of the draft final Quantum Study to

their comments filed in this proceeding.

              Enclosed for filing with the Commission as a supplement to the

Company s pending filing is the final Quantum Study. Because Idaho Power distributed

draft versions of the Quantum Study to interested parties prior to the comment deadline

Idaho Power does not believe that the filing of this final Quantum Study as a

supplement to the Company s pending filing provides any basis for delaying the

schedule in this proceeding or for modifying the Commission s determination that this

case should be processed under modified procedure.

              Respectfully submitted this 15th day of December , 2004.




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                                             QUANTUM
                                             CONSULTING


IDAHO POWER DEMAND-SIDE MANAGEMENT
POTENTIAL STUDY


FINAL




Prepared for

Darlene Nemnich
Project Leader
Customer Relations and Research Department
Idaho Power
1221 West Idaho Street
Boise, Idaho 83702



Prepared by
QUANTUM CONSULTING INc.
2001 Addison Street, Suite 300
Berkeley, CA 94704
510- 540- 7200

with assistance from

KEMA-XENERGY, Inc.

P1992

November 2004
                                       TABLE OF CONTENTS



 Section                                                                                Page

             EXECUTIVE SUMMARY                                                          ES-

             INTRODUCTION

             ENERGY EFFICIENCY METHODS
                      Characterizing the Energy- Efficiency   Resource
                      Overview of Energy Efficiency Forecasting Method
             2.3 Baseline and Measure Data Development
             2.4 Estimation of Technical Potential and Development Energy-
                      Efficiency Supply Curves
                      Estimation of Economic Potential
                      Estimation of Maximum Achievable , Program , and Naturally
                      Occurring Potentials

             DEMAND RESPONSE POTENTIAL METHODS
                      Overview of Demand Response Forecasting Methods
                      DR Data Development
                      Estimation of " Economic " Potential for Demand Response
             3.4      Forecasting Program Impacts

              ENERGY EFFICIENCY PEAK DEMAND AND ENERGY SAVINGS
              POTENTIAL RESULTS
                      Technical and Economic Potential
                      Energy Efficiency Supply Curves
                      Forecasts of Achievable Program Potential Scenarios

              DEMAND RESPONSE POTENTIAL RESULTS
                      Economic Potential
                      Forecast Scenarios

              DISCUSSION OF UNCERTAINTY




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                                    APPENDICES


             ENERGY EFFICIENCY MEASURE DESCRIPTIONS
             MEASURE INPUTS
             ECONOMIC INPUTS
             BUILDING STOCK & LOAD SHAPES
             NON- ADDITIVE MEASURE RESULTS
             ACHIEVABLE POTENTIAL SCENARIOS
             ENERGY EFFICIENCY POTENTIAL RESULTS - FIGURES FOR PHASE




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                                    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


The Idaho Public Utilities Commission (IPUC) directed the Idaho Power Company (IPCo) to
consult with their Energy Efficiency Advisory Group regarding the need to initiate a
comprehensive DSM study of the Idaho Power service territory. In July 2002, the Energy
Efficiency Group at Idaho Power received recommendations from the Idaho Power Energy
Efficiency Advisory Group and from Idaho Power management to proceed with a study
DSM opportunities. This study characterizes the potential for DSM resources through 2013 for
the commercial and residential sectors.

This study was carried out in two phases. In the study s initial phase, the focus was on the
potential for summer capacity reduction from demand-response (DR) programs and energy-
efficiency (EE) opportunities based on assessment of measures that maximize peak reduction.
For a second phase of the study, additional measures were added to the original EE portion of
the analysis to produce estimates of DSM potential that include an emphasis on overall energy
savings. Based on IPCo s resource planning needs, the potential for capacity reduction was the
most important component of the study. As such, the results from the initial phase of the study
were provided to IPCo s resource-planning department in          late 2003 and early 2004 for
incorporation into its 2004 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP).

The scope of this study also includes review and analysis of Idaho Power s summer peak load
characteristics and identification of residential and commercial end-uses that have potential for
demand reduction during the summer peak time. In addition, significant effort went into the
development of baselines for residential and commercial customers in Idaho Power s service
territory. This included estimation of end       use energy and peak demand contribution;
development of parameters such as electric equipment saturation, current efficiency measure
saturation; incorporation of the impact of current codes and standards; analysis of Idaho Power
forecasts and rate schedules; and review of Idaho Power s current DSM programs.

Inherent differences between EE and DR - with respect to both technologies and program types
- called for distinctmethodologies in assessing their respective potentials. The analysis of
potential followed a measure-based methodology in which technology and market
characteristics were combined to produce an estimate of the total technical potential of all
measures under consideration. Using a forecast of avoided costs to remove all measures that
were not cost effective from a total resource cost (TRC) perspective, the technical potential was
reduced to produce an estimate of economic potentiaL Finally, the influence of market
constraints given different program funding levels was modeled to reduce the economic
potential to various estimates of achievable potentiaL A detailed description of these concepts
and methodologies is presented in Chapter 2 of this report.

The DR portion of the study was based on an approach that merged professional judgment
about DR participation levels with available Idaho Power data to assess potential peak demand
reduction for a specific set of program offerings. Following an approach similar to that of the
analysis of EE measures, the DR analysis first assessed the maximum amount of load to which
DR programs could feasibly apply. This " applicable load" was then partitioned into " low,
 partial " and " high" capability segments, which reflected the extent to which load


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automated and/ or centrally controlled. From this initial breakout of applicable load, achievable
potential was estimated by modeling shifts in capability based on IPCo s program efforts and
customer motivation given different incentive levels. The end result is a set of potential
estimates by program concept and funding levels. Chapter 3 provides a comprehensive
description of the methodology.

Finally, the results of the two analyses must stand on their own. Although EE and DR programs
are not mutually exclusive, without accounting for the complex interactivity of the two, the
individual results cannot be added to each other to produce a figure for the combined potential
of both types of programs.

BASELINE ESTIMATES

In Exhibit ES- we show estimated summer peak demand and actual energy sales for Idaho
Power for 2002. The residential sector is the largest contributor to both summer peak demand
and annual energy representing roughly 30 percent of each. The commercial sector is relatively
small, representing roughly 20 percent of energy and 18 percent of peak demand. Seasonal
irrigation contributes a very large and disproportionate amount to summer peak demand
(representing 24 percent of summer peak demand but only 12 percent of annual energy). The
industrial sector makes up 18 percent of annual energy usages but only 13 percent of summer
peak, due to its higher than average load factor.

                                              Exhibit ES-
        Estimated Breakdown of Summer Peak Demand by Sector for Idaho         Power, 2002

                                          Residential
                                             28%




                             Losses                              Commercial
                                                                     18%
                 Off System Sales

                            Other




                                      Irrigation
                                        24%




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ENERGY EFFICIENCY POTENTIAL

The study resulted in a total economic potential of 384 MW of peak demand reduction and
 107 GWh of annual energy savings. These are displayed in Exhibit ES- , broken out into
residential and commercial sectors. This peak demand reduction represents nearly 23 percent of
the combined residential and commercial peak demand forecast in 2013. For annual energy
savings, the economic potential is about 12 percent of IPCo s 2013 energy forecast.
Comprehensive results of technical and economic potential by sector, home or building type,
and end use are presented in Chapter 4.


                                             Exhibit ES-
                                                    (2013)
                                   Economic Potential
                          Peak Demand (MW) and Energy (GWh) Savings
                200

                             . Commercial
                000
                             . Residential

                800

                600

                400

                200



                                                               GWH


Economic potential, which represents the savings possible if all cost-effective measures were
installed in every application deemed physically feasible, is the point of departure from which
more realistic assessments of the value of energy-efficiency programs are derived. To develop
the estimates of achievable potential, the study modeled market penetration based on four
different funding scenarios. These scenarios consisted of the following:

        A Low efficiency funding scenario with rebates covering 33% of incremental measure
        costs and base marketing funding levels;

            Moderate efficiency funding scenario with rebates    covering 500/0   of incremental
        measure costs and slightly higher marketing expenditures;

        A High efficiency funding scenario with rebates ramping up over        time to    75% of
        incremental measure costs and significantly increased marketing expenditures; and



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        A Maximum Achievable scenario with rebates ramping up over time to cover 100% of
        incremental measure costs and marketing expenditures sufficient to create maximum
        market awareness.

The achievable potential peak demand for the four scenarios as well as the estimated naturally
occurring energy efficiency (which represent efficiency adoption in the absence of any
programs) is displayed in Exhibit ES- 3. For year 10 of the analysis, peak demand reductions
range from 190 MW (around 11 percent of 2013 peak demand) for the maximum achievable
scenario to 42 MW (less than 30/0 of 2013 peak demand) for the low funding scenario.

As shown in Exhibit ES- , the achievable potential energy savings in 2013 were 681 GWh for the
maximum achievable scenario, roughly 7.5 percent of IPCo s energy forecast for that year. The
low- funding scenario showed 195 GWh for the same year, just over 2 percent of the forecast.

Based on the methodology used for this study, all of the measures that go into the assessment of
achievable potential are estimated to be cost effective based on their incremental costs and
incremental savings. For the achievable potential , however, marketing and administrative costs
are added into the equation. After incorporating these costs, all four scenarios were still cost
effective from the TRC perspective. In Exhibit ES-5, the present value of benefits is presented
along with a breakout of the various costs components included in the TRC for all four
scenarIOs.

                                        Exhibit ES-
             Peak Demand Reduction Potential by Funding Scenario, 10- Year Forecast


                          200          0 Nat. Occurring
                          180          0 Low
                                       0 Moderate
                          160
                                       .High
                          140          . Max. Achievable

                          120
                           100




                                           Year




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                                                           Exhibit ES-
                     Energy Savings Potential by             Funding Scenario, 10- Year Forecast

                            700                         0 Nat. Occurring
                                                        0 Low
                            600                         0 Moderate
                                                        .High
                             500                        . Max. Achievable


                             400
                     GWH
                              300

                              200



                              100




                                                                Year




                                                               Exhibit ES-
                    Present Value Costs and Benefits                     Achievable Potential Scenarios

                    $450
                                        Net Benefits
                                    iI!II
                    $400            0 Total Benefits
                                    . Program     Incentives
                    $350            . Non- Incentive Participant Costs
             c::
                                    0 Marketing
                    $300            . Administration


              s $250
                                                                                  $104
                    $200
              c::
              ~ $150

                    $100

                     $50


                                            Low            Moderate             High      Max. Achievable




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DEMAND RESPONSE POTENTIAL

As displayed in Exhibit ES- 6, of IPCo s total peak demand in 2004 , 469 MW (32 percent) were
deemed to be applicable for peak demand reduction programs. Of this applicable load, 105 MW
of potential savings were estimated to be economic. Of the total economic potential, AC load
control programs for the residential sector accounted for nearly 60 MW, around 57 percent. The
next largest contributors were the small- and large-commercial back-up generation programs,
which combined for around 43 percent of the total economic potential.

                                         Exhibit ES-
                Economic Potential for Residential and Commercial    DR     Programs

                                                                          % Of Total Peak
                                                        MW in 2004           Demand
            Estimated Applicable Demand for DR                469                32%
            Economic Potential for DR                         105

The assessment of achievable DR potential was based on analysis of four program concepts -
AC Load Control (DLC), Critical Peak Pricing (CPP), Voluntary Demand Response Incentives
(DRP), and Back-up Generator Incentives (BUG) - bundled into four program strategies:

        DLC and BUG - Low Incentive Levels

        All 4 Concepts - Low Incentive Levels

        All 4 Concepts - High Incentive Levels

         Maximum Achievable

The forecast     of   annual estimated MW reduction that would occur           during system peak
conditions is shown in Exhibit ES- 7 for each of the four strategies. The growth in the various
scenarios represents a forecasted successful effort of IPCo to shift applicable load into higher
capability segments as well as customer response to incentives. The maximum achievable
scenario s 129 MW in 2013 amounts to more than 7.5 percent of the peak demand. The lowest
potential is associated with the DLC and BUG program concepts with low funding, which has a
potential of 25 MW in 2013, approximately 1.5 percent of peak demand. Chapter 5 presents
complete results for the assessment of DR potential.




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                                                        Exhibit ES-
         Comparison of Load Reduction Forecasts                          Residential and Commercial Sectors



                         140                      0 DLC & BUG - Low $
                                                  .4 Concepts - Low $
                          120
                                                  .4 Concepts - High $

                          100                     0 Max. Achievable




                                                        Year




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                                      1.   INTRODUCTION


The Idaho Public Utilities Commission (IPUC) directed the Idaho Power Company (IPCo) to
consult with their Energy Efficiency Advisory Group regarding          the need to initiate a
comprehensive DSM study of the Idaho Power service territory. In July 2002 , the Energy
Efficiency Group at Idaho Power received recommendations from the Idaho Power Energy
Efficiency Advisory Group and from Idaho Power management to proceed with a study of
DSM opportunities with the primary focus being peak demand reduction opportunities in its
service territory. The Energy Efficiency Advisory Group noted that since the information was
to be used primarily as an Idaho Power management tool for DSM , that the focus of the study
should be driven by the needs of Idaho Power DSM resource planning. In August 2003, Idaho
Power selected the team of Quantum Consulting Inc. and KEMA-XENERGY Inc. to conduct this
DSM potential study.

The information needed most by Idaho Power for future DSM planning is summer peak end-
use information and summer demand reduction and demand response program research.
Because Idaho Power s original focus in this study was on summer peak demand reduction
potential, the consultant team originally focused on those end uses within the residential and
commercial sectors that would contribute most to summer peak demand savings. The results of
this initial project scope - or, phase - were provided to IPCo by the consultant team in
December 2003 and January 2004 for use by IPCo in its 2004 Integrated Resource Plan. These
initial results were also presented to the Energy Efficiency Advisory Group in January 2004.

In late spring 2004 IPCo requested an expansion of the study scope to address additional
measures and end uses that may produce cost effective energy efficiency savings even though
they may not contribute significantly to summer peak demand reductions.

Specific tasks included in this study were:

        Review of Idaho Power s summer peak load characteristics and identification of
        residential and commercial end-uses that have potential for demand reduction during
        the summer peak time.

        Development of a DSM measures database for end-uses identified above. Assessment of
        the measures, technologies and equipment practices that could reduce peak demand and
        annual energy consumption. Identification of savings, costs, measure lives, load shapes,
        non-energy benefits and other factors influencing cost-effectiveness.

        Establishment of current baselines for residential and commercial customers in Idaho
        Power service territory. Development of parameters such as equipment type,
        saturation, building size, fuel type, efficiency and age. Collection of existing data on
        current customers in residential and commercial sectors. Incorporation of the impact of
        current codes and standards. Examination of Idaho Power forecasts and rate schedules.
        Review of current DSM programs in Idaho Power service territory.



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        Development of estimates of    technical, economic, and achievable potential and
       performance of cost-effective analysis on programs options. Review of anomalies in
       Idaho markets that may affect program success as well as Idaho specific issues, trends,
       barriers and opportunities. Incorporation of potential barriers to the adoption of
        suggested technologies or practices.

In the 1980s and early 1990s,   DSM potential studies were conducted routinely by many utilities
and other organizations throughout the United States. These studies were largely abandoned,
however, with the advent of electric restructuring. Recently, a number of factors-western U.
supply shortages and price increases related to the California energy crisis, future price and
supply uncertainty, and the environmental impacts of traditional power plants-have
combined to warrant a detailed analysis of DSM potential.

This study estimates potential electricity and peak demand savings from DSM measures in the
Idaho Power territory. Analyses were carried out separately for demand response (DR) and
energy efficiency program options.

For DR, four program concepts were modeled with some slight variations either over time or
across segments. The four concepts included:

        AC Load Control (DLC): these programs provide lower energy rates for customers who
        are willing to have cycling equipment installed that can be directly controlled by the
        utility.

        Qitical Peak Pricing (CPP): this program offers dynamic rates that change based on
        demand versus supply available. This program generally provides consistently lower
        off-peak rates. However, during a CPP event, rates may increase dramatically (e.g. 5
        times the average for that period).

        Voluntary Demand Response Incentive (DRP): this program offers a credit to customers
        over a certain demand, who voluntarily commit to reduce their electricity usage by a
        significant percentage (such as 100/0) during a DRP event.

        Back-up Genera    or Incentives    (BUG):   this program offers   financial incentives to
        customers who run their back-up generation during program events.

In contrast to energy conservation, which often involves short-term behavioral changes, energy-
efficiency opportunities are typically physical, long-lasting changes to buildings and equipment
that result in decreased energy use while        maintaining constant levels   of   energy service.
Examples of energy efficiency include:

        Compact fluorescent lighting systems that deliver equivalent light using 70 percent less
        electricity than incandescent light bulbs.

        New variable-speed drive chillers that deliver cooling to buildings using 40 percent less
        energy than typical systems in today s buildings.

        Energy management control systems that eliminate energy waste and optimize building
        operation.


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        Identification and repair of leaks in industrial compressed air systems that otherwise
        result in wasteful increases in product costs.

These types of improvements, and hundreds of others, reduce electricity consumption without
affecting the end-use services (e.g. , light, heat coolth, " drivepower, and the like) that
consumers and businesses require for comfort, productivity, and leisure.

This report provides both detailed and aggregated estimates of the costs and savings potential
of DSM measures in Idaho. In addition, forecasts are developed of savings and costs associated
with different levels of program funding over a 10-year period. Consistent with our 10-year
focus, the study is restricted to DSM measures and practices that are presently commercially
available. These are the measures that are of most immediate interest to DSM program and
resource planners.




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       2.    BASELINE ESTIMA             TES    AND ENERGY            EFFICIENCY            ASSESSMENT        METHODOLOGY


                we give a brief overview of the concepts, methods, and scenarios used to
In this chapter ,
develop the baseline and energy efficiency estimates for this study. Methods used to develop
our estimates of demand response potential are presented in Section

            CHARACTERIZING                THE    ENERGY- EFFICIENCY RESOURCE

Energy efficiency has been characterized for some time now as an alternative to energy supply
options such as conventional power plants that produce electricity from fossil or nuclear fuels.
In the early 1980s, researchers developed and popularized the use of a conservation supply
curve paradigm to characterize the potential costs and benefits of energy conservation and
efficiency. Under this framework, technologies or practices that reduced energy use through
efficiency were characterized as " liberating ' supply ' for other energy demands " and could
therefore be thought of as a resource and plotted on an energy supply curve. The energy-
efficiency resource paradigm argued simply that the more energy efficiency, or " mega-watts
produced, the fewer new plants would be needed to meet end users ' power demands.

Defining Energy- Efficiency              Potential

Energy-efficiency potential studies were popular throughout the utility industry from the late
1980s through the mid- 1990s. This period coincided with the advent of what was called least-
cost or integrated resource planning (IRP). Energy-efficiency potential studies became one of
the primary means of characterizing the resource availability and value of energy efficiency
within the overall resource planning process.

Like any resource, there are a number of ways in which the energy-efficiency resource can be
estimated and characterized. Definitions of energy-efficiency potential are similar to definitions
of potential developed for finite fossil fuel resources like coal, oil, and natural gas. For example,
fossil fuel resources are typically characterized along two primary dimensions: the degree of
geologic certainty with which resources may be found and the likelihood that extraction of the
resource will be economic. This relationship is shown conceptually in Exhibit 2-

Somewhat analogously, this energy-efficiency potential study defines several different  types
energy-efficiency potential namely: technical, economic, achievable, program, and naturally
occurring. These potentials are shown conceptually in Exhibit 2- 2 and described below.

Technical potential             is defined in this study as the      penetration of all measures analyzed
                                                                                complete

in applications where they were deemed                            technically     engineering perspective.
                                                                                       feasible from an

Economic potential   refers to the technical potential    of those energy conservation measures that
are cost-effective when compared to supply-side alternatives.               Maximum achievable potential
is defined as the amount of economic potential that could be achieved over time under the most
aggressive program scenario possible. Achievable          program potential       refers to the amount of
savings that would occur in response to specific program funding and measure incentive levels.
Savings associated with program potential are savings that are projected beyond those that
would occur naturally in the absence of any market intervention. Naturally occurring potential


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refers to the amount of savings estimated to occur as a result of normal market forces, that is, in
the absence of any utility or governmental intervention.

                                                 Exhibit

                   Conceptual Framework for Estimates of Fossil Fuel Resources



                                       Possible                       Possible
                                         and                           but not
                          (I)     Economically Feasible        Economically Feasible
                          (I)
                          111




                           ::0.


                                         Known                         Known
                           (I)            and                          but not
                                  Economically Feasible        Economically Feasible


                           (I)



                                           Decreasing Economic Feasibility




                                                 Exhibit

             Conceptual Relationship Among Energy- Efficiency Potential Definitions

                                                                         Technical
                                                                         Economic
                                                                         Maximum Achievable
                                                                         Program
                                                                         Naturally Occurring




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        OVERVIEW OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY FORECASTING METHOD

The crux of any forecasting                                     number of systematic analytical
                                  process involves carrying out a
steps that are necessary to      produce accurate estimates of energy efficiency (EE) effects on
system load. A     simplified overview of these basic analytical steps used in this study is shown
in Exhibit 2-

                                                    Exhibit

                          Simplified Conceptual Overview of Modeling Process

                ECONOMIC DATA         MEASURE DATA                  BUILDING DATA




                                             ~ iF

                                            MODEL
                                            INPUTS


                                             ~Ir


                                        TECHNICAL
                                        POTENTIAL




                                                                                                        ::;a
                                        ECONOMIC
                                        POTENTIAL




                                         MAXIMUM
                                        ACHIEVABLE
                                         POTENTIAL
           NATURALLY
           OCCURRING                                          i--      PROGRAM DATA
                                                                            AND
           EFFICIENCY
                                                                      ADOPTION INPUTS
                                         PROGRAM
                                         POTENTIAL
                                     (Inputs to IRP model




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The approach to developing an energy efficiency forecast used for this study involves a five-
step process. The steps include:
  Step 1: Develop Initial Input Data

        Develop list of energy efficiency measure opportunities to include.

        Gather and develop technical data (costs and savings) on efficient measure
        opportunities.

        Gather, analyze, and develop information on building characteristics, including total
        square footage and households, electricity consumption and intensity by end use, end-
        use consumption load patterns by time of day and year (i.e., load shapes), market shares
        of key electric consuming equipment, and market shares of energy efficiency
        technologies and practices.

        Gather economic input data such as current and forecasted retail electric prices and
        current and forecasted costs of electricity generation, along with estimates of other
        potential benefits of reducing supply, such as the value of reducing environmental
        impacts associated with electricity production.


  Step 2: Estimate Technical Potential and Develop     Supply Curves

        Match and integrate data       on efficient measures     to   data on existing           building
        characteristics to produce estimates of technical potential and energy efficiency supply
        curves.


  Step 3: Estimate Economic Potential

        Match and integrate measure and building data with economic assumptions to produce
        indicators of costs from different viewpoints (e.g. , utility, societal, and consumer).

        Estimate total economic potential using supply   curve approach.



   Step 4: Estimate Maximum Achievable , Program, and Naturally Occurring Potentials

        Gather and develop estimates of program costs (e.g. , for administration and marketing)
        and historic program savings.

        Develop estimates of customer adoption of energy efficiency measures as a function of
        the economic attractiveness of the measures, barriers to their adoption, and the effects of
        program intervention.

        Estimate maximum achievable, program, and naturally occurring potentials; calibrate
        achievable and naturally occurring potential to recent program and market data.



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       Develop alternative economic estimates associated with alternative future scenarios.
  Step 5: Scenario Analyses and Resource Planning Inputs

       Recalculate potentials under alternate economic scenarios                          and deliver data in              format
       required for resource planning.

Provided below is additional discussion of data development and the modeling approaches for
technical, economic, and achievable DSM forecasts. The analysis was carried using KEMA-
XENERGY' s DSM ASSYSTTM (Demand- Side Management Technology Assessment System).

        BASELINE AND MEASURE DATA DEVELOPMENT

Measure Data

Measure level data was developed and obtained from a variety of sources for this study. The
study authors had previously developed much of the measure information on recent previous
studies, including the following:

        Northwest Power Planning                       Council         The Fifth Plan    Draft Conservation           Resources
        Assessment           April 8,          2004      (Presentation on NWPPC web                 site and         associated
        spreadsheets)

        Regional Technical Forum

        Energy Trust of Oregon Energy Efficiency and Conservation Measure Resource Assessment,
        January 2003

        Puget Sound Energy Least Cost Plan,                   2003
        Pacific Northwest Energy Star New Construction Specification                       for Site- built, Single- Family
        Dwellings,      20043
        The California Statewide Commercial Sector Energy Efficiency Potential Study,                         2002 (covering
        the commercial existing construction market)
        The California Statewide Residential Sector Energy Efficiency Potential Study,                        2003 (covering
        the residential existing construction market)
        California s Secret Energy Surplus: The Potential for Energy Efficiency,                       2002 (covering the
        industrial and new construction markets)
        2001 Database on Energy- Efficient Resources (DEER) Update4



      http:/ /www. nwppc. org/energy/rtf/presentations/ResourceAssess2003                0408/   and personal communication
with Tom Eckman.

     http:/ /www. nwppc. org/energy/rtf/about.htm
    3 Prepared by Ecotope Inc.

     http:/ /www. energy. ca.gov/deer/


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Following is a description of the measure data used              in the study.    Refer to the above-referenced
reports for a more complete discussion.

Much of the measure cost and savings data for this study were developed as part of the DEER
2001 Update study. Part of that study involved collection and analysis of residential and
commercial measure cost data. A second part of the study focused on development of savings
fractions for residential measures. Regional sources, in particular the NWPPC'          Fifth
Conservation Assessment, were used to compare to cost and savings estimates developed on
previous studies. In several cases, adjustments were made based on this comparison and
discussions with the NWPPC' s primary author.

In order to assess the amou nt of energy efficiency savings available, estimates of the current
saturation of energy efficient measures were developed from available data sources. Key
sources for this study include:
              Baseline Characteristics     of   the Residential   Sector    (Idaho, Montana, Oregon,                    and
              Washington), 20015
              Baseline Characteristics of the Non-Residential Sector          (Idaho, Montana,             Oregon, and
              Washington), 20016

              Assessment of the Commercial Building Stock in the Pacific Northwest 20047

Development          of   Building and Base Energy Forecast Data

Key building data necessary for this study include: units of consumption (number of
households and square feet of building space), end use energy consumption (kWh/unit),
electric end use saturations, and load shapes. The primary sources for these data were obtained
and developed from Idaho Power internal data and models. Idaho Power currently utilizes
econometric rather than end-use forecasting models. In the mid- 1990s, however, Idaho Power
implemented residential and commercial end-use forecasts using the REEPS and COMMEND
models. These model inputs were developed from residential and commercial saturation
surveys (mail based) carried out in the late 1980s and mid- 1990s. Although dated, these model
runs represented the only sources of Idaho Power specific end use data available. QC staff
working with Idaho Power staff, re-ran these models to obtain an initial set of estimates of
residential and commercial end use consumption, saturation, and units (households and square
feet). These estimates were then compared to Idaho Power s latest system energy consumption
and peak load data and adjusted so that the bottom-up end use estimates were reconciled with
the known system totals. This process is described below.

Initial Energy End Use Breakdowns and Calibration to Idaho Power Sales. Idaho Power
provided QC staff with REEPS and COMMEND files from the mid- 1990s, the last time the
models were run for Idaho Power. Idaho Power reviewed what was necessary to rerun the
output to produce the type of detailed end use and building type data needed for this study.



       5 Prepared by Ecotope Inc. for the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance.

       6 Prepared by Ecotope Inc. for the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance.

       7 Prepared by Kema- Xenergy Inc. for the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance.



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QC re-ran the models, generated numerous individual output files, and re-aggregated the files
into more useful summaries. As it turned out, both the REEPS and COMMEND forecasts were
quite good forecasts out to 2002 from a total sales perspective. The REEPS estimates of
households, end use UECs (kWh/household) and electric end use saturations were also found
to be reasonable starting points for this study. However, the COMMEND estimates of square
footage, end use EUIs (kWh/square foot), and electric end use saturations could not be
reconciled with the 2002 sales data. In particular , the EUIs (kWh/ft2) by building type did not
appear to be reasonable in many cases. As a result, we used whole-building EUIs by building
type from the recent Pacific Northwest Building Stock Assessment, with adjustments for Idaho
Power electric end use saturation levels, to back into estimates of square footage. We also
adjusted end use EUIs to ensure that they were consistent with reasonable estimates of installed
capacity (kW /square foot) and full load hours of operation.

Peak Load Development and Calibration.           The peak calibration process was driven by the
whole-building load research and census data provided by Idaho Power as well as end use load
shapes from secondary sources. The Idaho Power load research data proved invaluable to the
process. In particular, the breakout of true commercial from true industrial business types in
the load research sample and census data was extremely useful. For the residential sector , we
calculated a peak-to-energy ratio from the load research data and then adjusted our end-use
peak- to-energy factors slightly to get close to the overall ratio of 0. 21 MW per GWh (i. e., a load
factor of 55 percent). For the commercial sector, we multiplied the calibrated energy by
building type by the building type-specific peak-to-energy factors obtained from the Idaho
Power load research data. This produced building type-specific estimates of peak demand.
then calibrated the end use peak demand estimates to sum to these control totals within each
building type.

To investigate the reasonableness of the estimates developed from the bottom up baseline peak
demand estimates described above for the residential and commercial, estimates of peak
demand were developed for the remaining Idaho Power customers (e.g. , industrial, irrigation
and special customers). Peak demand estimates for these sectors were based on load factors
from Idaho Power load research data.             The combined results were very close to actual total
Idaho Power peak demand in 2002.

Housing and Building   Stock Forecasts.  After calibrating the baseline end use data to Idaho
Power s 2002 sales and peak load, QC used Idaho Power s forecasts of residential and
commercial load growth to develop baseline data for the 10-year period used for this study.
Existing and new construction loads were developed by decaying the existing stock and taking
the difference between the forecasted loads and decayed existing stock loads as new
cons truction. 8


Baseline Results.  The results of our baseline development work are presented in Exhibits 2-
through 2- 10. In Exhibit 2-4 and 2- 5 we show the distribution by sector (including losses and
off-system sales) of the estimated summer peak demand and actual energy sales for Idaho
Power for 2002.      In Exhibits 2- 6    through 2- 11 we present our estimates of residential and



     8 Residential stock was decayed at a rate of 1 percent per year, commercial stock was decayed at a rate of 2
percent per year.



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commercial loads by end use and building       type for only Idaho (Le. ,   excluding Idaho Power
non- Idaho loads).

Key characteristics of Idaho Power s customer base relevant to the findings in this study include
the following:

        Total summer peak load in 2002, including line losses, was approximately 2 900 MW.
        Total energy consumption, including losses, was roughly 14 500 GWh.
            Seasonal irrigation contributes a very large and disproportionate amount to summer
            peak demand (representing 24 percent of summer peak demand but only 12 percent
            of annual energy).
            The industrial sector makes up 18 percent of annual energy usages                    but only 13
            percent of summer peak, due to its higher than average load factor.

        The residential sector is the largest contributor to both summer peak demand and
        annual energy representing roughly 30 percent of each.
            Summer peak demand is dominated by air conditioning loads, which represent 57
            percent of residential peak demand.
        - A much wider variety           of   loads contribute significantly  to annual energy
            consumption, particularly electric heating, water heating (including water loads for
            clothes and dish washers), air conditioning, and lighting.
            Single family homes dominate the residential sector, multi- family and mobile homes
            are relatively small contributors to peak demand.

        The commercial sector is relatively small, representing roughly 20 percent of energy and
        18 percent of peak demand.
            Summer peak demand is dominated by air conditioning and lighting loads, which
            represent 34 percent and 28 percent, respectively of commercial peak demand.
            With respect to annual energy usage, lighting is the largest contributor followed by
            electric heating, cooling, miscellaneous loads, refrigeration , and ventilation.
            Small Offices and Non- Food Retail are both individually at least twice as large as
            any other building type.   Cooling and lighting dominate peak demand for both of
            these segments.
            Refrigeration loads are relatively small overall but are significant in both the grocery
            and warehouse segments.




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                                                       Exhibit

        Estimated Breakdown of Summer Peak Demand by Sector for Idaho                                      Power, 2002

                                                   Residential
                                                      28%




                            Losses                                                       Commercial
                                                                                              18%
                Off System Sales

                            Other


                                                                                     Industrial
                                                                                       13%
                                            Irrigation
                                              24%




                                                         Exhibit

              Estimated Breakdown of Energy Sales by Sector for Idaho Power, 2002

                                                                   Residential
                                                                      30%



                              Losses


                   Off System Sales
                                                                                          Commercial
                                                                                            20%
                              Other




                                      Irrigation
                                         12%                                Industrial
                                                                              18%




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                                                     Exhibit

                  Estimated Residential Summer Peak Demand by End Use, 2002

                                        Estimated Peak MW for Idaho = 800

                                                                           Freezer
                                                                              2%          e ngera Ion


                                                                                               Lighting




                                                                                                 Water Heating


                                                                                               Clothes Washer




                                                     Exhibit

                                  Estimated Residential GWh by End Use, 2002

                                         Estimated GWh for Idaho = 4 300


                                             9%
                                            Ig tmg
                                                     Clothes Washer
                                                               101
                                                                                     Heating
                                                                                      21%




                                                                                                Heating (Sec.

                                                                                                      Cooling
                                                                                                       10%
                          Other
                          20%




                                                                                       Water Heating
                                                                                               15%


                                                           Refrigeration




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                                                    Exhibit

                 Estimated Residential Summer Peak Demand by Home Type, 2002

                    Mobile
                    Home



                 Large
              Multi- Family




                 Small
              Multi- Family




             Single- Family



                                        100   200       300          400      500     600        700         800
                                                          Estimated Peak MW




                                                    Exhibit

                  Estimated Commercial Summer Peak Demand by End Use, 2002


                                                              Lighting
                                                               28%


                          Lighting (Ext.
                                                                                    Office Equipment

                      Refrigeration

                                                                                       Miscellaneous
                              Cooking                                                        11%


                     Water Heating




                               Ventilation



                                                                         Cooling
                                                                          34%

                                Estimated Peak Demand for Idaho = 490 MW




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                                                     Exhibit 2-
                                Estimated Commercial GWh by End Use, 2002

                                     Miscellaneous
                                           11%                           Heating
                                                                          20%
                            Office Equipment




                                                                                   Cooling
                                Lighting                                            12%
                                  28%


                                                                               Ventilation




                                            Refrigeration

                                      Estimated GWh for Idaho = 2 700




                                                     Exhibit

       Estimated Commercial Summer Peak Demand by Business Type and End Use, 2002
           Miscellaneous                                                               . Heating
                                                                                       . Cooling
                 Lodging
                                                                                       0 Ventilation
                                                                                       0 Water Heating
                  Health
                                                                                       . Cooking
                 College                                                               . Refrigeration
                                                                                       . Lighting (Ext.
                  School                                                               0 Lighting
                                                                                       . Office   Equipment
             Warehouse                                                                 . Miscellaneous

                 Grocery

                   Retail

              Restaurant

             Large Office

             Small Office



                                                                                             100              120
                                                               Peak MW




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Economic Data

The key economic inputs utilized in the forecasting process are avoided costs, electricity rates,
discount rates and inflation rates. Electricity rates were obtained from Idaho Power tariffs.
Idaho Power rates are very low, roughly 4 cents per kWh for commercial customers and 6 cents
per kWh for residential customers. A voided cost forecasts were developed by Idaho Power as
part of the current Integrated Resource Plan. The avoided costs used for this potential study
ranged from 3 cents per kWh for off- peak periods to 5 cents per kWh for the summer on-peak
period. In addition, a capacity avoided cost value of $50 per kW -year was also included in the
calculation of total avoided costs. A nominal utility discount rate of 8 percent was used in the
analysis. The inflation rate used was 3 percent per annum.

2.4           ESTIMATION OF TECHNICAL POTENTIAL AND DEVELOPMENT ENERGY- EFFICIENCY
              SUPPL Y CURVES

Technical potential                         refers to the amount of energy savings or peak demand reduction that
would occur with the           penetration of all measures analyzed in applications where they
                                              complete

were deemed                  technically               perspective. Total technical potential is
                                                    feasible from an
                                           engineering

developed from estimates of the technical potential of individual measures as they are applied
to discrete market segments (commercial building types, residential dwelling types, etc.

Core Equation

The core equation used to calculate the energy technical potential for each individual efficiency
measure, by market segment, is shown below (using a commercial example):


           Technical
       Potential of                        Total             Base Case                        Not
        Efficient                      Square                Equipment   Applicability      Complete          Feasibility       Savi ngs
        Measu re                        Feet                      EUI      Factor            Factor             Factor           Factor
                                                              (kWh/fe)

where:
               Square feet                 is the total floor space for all buildings in the market segment. For the
               residential analysis, the              number of dwelling units   is substituted for square feet.
               Base-case equipment      is the energy used per square foot by each base-case
                                                            EDI

               technology in each market segment. This is the consumption of the energy-using
               equipment that the efficient technology replaces or affects. For example, if the efficient
               measure were a CFL , the base EUI would be the annual kWh per square foot of an
               equivalent incandescent lamp. For the residential analysis,                              unit energy consumption
               (UECs), energy used per dwelling, are substituted for EUIs.




           9 Note that stock turnover is not accounted for in our estimates of technical and economic potential,                       stock
turnover        is accounted for             in our estimates of achievable   potential. Our definition of technical potential assumes
instantaneous replacement of standard-efficiency with high-efficiency measures.


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                 Applicability factor is the fraction of the floor space (or dwelling units) that is
                 applicable for the efficient technology in a given market segment, for the example above,
                 the percentage of floor space lit by incandescent bulbs.

                 Not complete factor is the fraction of applicable floor space (or dwelling units) that has
                 not yet been converted to the efficient measure; that is, (1 minus the fraction of floor
                 space that already has the ENERGY EFFICIENCY measure installed).

                 Feasibility factor is the fraction of the applicable floor space (or dwelling units) that is
                 technically feasible for conversion to the efficient technology from an         engineering
                 perspective.

                 Savings factor is the reduction in energy consumption resulting from application of the
                 efficient technology.

Technical potential for peak demand reduction is calculated analogously substituting kW for
kWh per household or square foot of commercial floorspace.

An example of the core equation is shown in Exhibit                  2- 12 for the case of a perimeter-based
daylight dimming system.

                                                     Exhibit

         Example of Technical Potential Calculation-Peak Period Commercial Perimeter Zone
                        Dimming (Generic Data for Example Purposes Only)


           Technical         Total      Base Case                       Not
          Potential of =     Square    x Equipment                   x Complete   x Feasibility        x Savings
            Measure           Feet       Demand      Applicability     Factor        Factor                 Factor
                                          (kW/ff)      Factor

             20. 13 MW        214          1.5                                        0.2                    0.4
                             million




Technical potential is   calculated in two steps. In the first step, all measures are treated
independently; that is, the savings of each measure are not adjusted for overlap between
competing or interactive measures. By treating measures independently, their relative cost-
effectiveness is analyzed without making assumptions about the order or combinations in
which they might be implemented in customer buildings. However, the total technical potential
across measures cannot be estimated by summing the individual measure potentials directly.
The cumulative savings cannot be estimated by adding the savings from the individual savings
estimates because some savings would be double counted. For example, the savings from a
measure that reduces heat gain into a building, such as window film, are partially dependent on
other measures that affect the efficiency of the system being used to cool the building, such as a
high-efficiency chiller - the more efficient the chiller , the less energy saved from the application
of the window film.




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Use     of   Supply Curves

In the second step, cumulative technical potential is estimated using an energy efficiency supply
curve approach. This method eliminates the double-counting problem. A supply curve
typically consists of two axes-one that captures the cost per unit of saving a resource or
mitigating an impact (e.g. , $/kWh saved or $/ton of carbon avoided) and the other that shows
the amount of savings or mitigation that could be achieved at each level of cost. The curve is
typically built up across individual measures that are applied to specific base-case practices or
technologies by market segment. Savings or mitigation measures are sorted on a least-cost basis,
and total savings or impacts mitigated are calculated incrementally with respect to measures
that precede them. Supply curves typically, but not always, end up reflecting diminishing
returns, i.e., as costs increase rapidly and savings decrease significantly at the end of the curve.

The cost dimension of most energy efficiency supply curves is usually represented in dollars
per unit of energy savings. Costs are usually annualized (often referred to as " levelized" ) in
supply curves. For example, energy efficiency supply curves usually present levelized costs per
kWh or kW saved by multiplying the initial investment in an efficient technology or program
by the " capital recovery rate " (CRR):

                                                     CRR =
                                                                 1 - (l +   d)"n

where          is the real discount rate and             is the number of years over which the investment is
written off (i.e. , amortized).
        Thus,

                     Levelized Cost per kWh Saved        = Initial Cost x CRR/ Annual Energy Savings
                       Levelized Cost per kW Saved           = Initial Cost x eRR/Peak Demand Savings

The levelized cost per kWh and kW saved are useful because they allow simple comparison of
the characteristics of energy efficiency with the characteristics of energy supply technologies.
However, the levelized cost per kW or kWh saved are biased indicators of cost-effectiveness
because all of the efficiency measure costs are allocated to either peak savings or annual energy
savings. As a result, energy efficiency supply curves do not reflect the integrated value of both
peak and energy savings. The integrated value of both peak and energy savings is captured in
the methodology used in this study by calculation                             of the total resource cost test for each
measure as described in the section on Economic Potential below.

Exhibit 2-13 shows a simplified numeric example of a supply curve calculation for several
energy efficiency measures applied to commercial lighting for a hypothetical population of
buildings. What is important to note is that in an energy efficiency supply curve, the measures
are sorted by relative cost-from least to most expensive. In addition, the energy consumption
of the system being affected by the efficiency measures goes down as each measure is applied.
As a result, the savings attributable to each subsequent measure decrease if the measures are
interactive. For example, the occupancy sensor measure shown in Exhibit 2- 13 would save
more at less cost per unit saved if it were applied to the base-case consumption before the
lamp and electronic ballast combination. Because the T8 electronic ballast combination is more
cost-effective, however , it is applied first, reducing the energy savings potential for the


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occupancy sensor. Thus, in a typical energy efficiency supply curve, the base-case end-use
consumption is reduced with each unit of energy efficiency that is acquired. Notice in Exhibit 2-
13 that the total end-use GWh consumption is recalculated after each measure is implemented,
thus reducing the base energy available to be saved by the next measure.

Exhibit 2- 13shows an example that would represent measures for one base-case technology in
one market segment. These       calculations are performed for all of the base-case technologies,
market segments, and measure combinations in the scope of a study. The results are then
ordered by levelized cost and the individual measure savings are summed to produce the
energy efficiency potential for the entire sector.

In the next subsection,              we discuss how economic potential is estimated as a                                         subset of the
technical potential.


                                                            Exhibit

            Sample Technical Potential Supply Curve Calculation for Commercial Lighting
                                 (Note: Data are illustrative only)


                                          Total End Use Applicable, Not
                                          Consumption Complete and                    Average                                     levelized
                                          of Population     Feasible                 kWh/fe of        Savings        GWh         Cost ($/kWh
                Measure                       (GWh)      (1 OOOs of fe)              population                     Savin2s         saved)
    Base Case: T12 lamps with
                                              425            100 000                    4.3             N/A            N/A             N/A
    Magnetic Ballast

    1. T8 w. Elec. Ballast                    425            100 000                    4.3            21%                             $0.

    2. Occupancy Sensors                      336                     000               3.4             10%                            $0.

    3. Perimeter Dimming                      322             10, 000                                  45%                             $0.25
    With all measures                         309                                                      27%             116




           ESTIMA TION OF ECONOMIC POTENTIAL

Economic potential is typically used to                               refer to the            technical potential            of those energy
conservation measures that are cost effective when compared to either supply-side alternatives
or the price of energy. Economic potential takes into account the fact that many energy
efficiency measures cost more to purchase initially than do their standard-efficiency
counterparts. The incremental costs of each efficiency measure are compared to the savings
delivered by the measure to produce estimates of energy savings per unit of additional cost.
These estimates of energy efficiency resource costs can then be compared to estimates of other
resources such as building and operating new power plants.

Cost Effectiveness Tests


To estimate economic potential,                     it is   necessary to develop a                      method by which it can                     be
determined that a measure or program is           We used the total resource cost (TRC) test to
                                                             economic.

assess cost effectiveness. The TRC is a form of societal benefit-cost test. Other tests that are


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sometimes used in         analyses of program cost-effectiveness   include the   utility cost, ratepayer
impact measure (RIM), and participant tests. Before discussing the TRC test and how it is often
used in our DSM forecasts, we present below a brief introduction to the common tests:

       Total Resource Cost Test-The     TRC test measures the net costs of a demand-side
       management program as a resource option based on the total costs of the program
       including both the participants ' and the utility' costs. The test is applicable to
       conservation, load management, and fuel substitution programs. For fuel substitution
       programs, the test measures the net effect of the impacts from the fuel not chosen versus
       the impacts from the fuel that is chosen as a result of the program. TRC test results for
       fuel substitution programs should be viewed as a measure of the economic efficiency
       implications of the total energy supply system (gas and electric). A variant on the TRC
       test is the societal test. The societal test differs from the TRC test in that it includes the
       effects of externalities (e.g. environmental , national security), excludes tax credit
       benefits, and uses a different (societal) discount rate.

        Participant Test-The participant test is the measure of the quantifiable benefits and
        costs to the customer due to participation in a program. Since many customers do not
        base their decision to participate in a program entirely on quantifiable variables, this test
        cannot be a complete measure of the benefits and costs of a program to a customer.

        Utility (Program Administrator) Test-The program administrator cost test measures
        the net costs of a demand-side management program as a resource option based on the
        costs incurred by the program administrator (including incentive costs) and excluding
        any net costs incurred by the participant. The benefits are similar to the TRC benefits.
        Costs are defined more narrowly.

        Ratepayer Impact Measure Test-The ratepayer impact measure (RIM) test             measures
        what happens to customer bills or rates due to changes in utility revenues and operating
        costs caused by the program. Rates will go down if the change in revenues from the
        program is greater than the change in utility costs. Conversely, rates or bills will go up if
        revenues collected after program implementation are less than the total costs incurred
        by the utility in implementing the program. This test indicates the direction and
        magnitude of the expected change in customer bills or rate levels.



The key benefits and costs of the various cost-effectiveness tests are summarized below in
Exhibit 2- 14.




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                                                    Exhibit

                      Summary of Benefits and Costs of Common Benefit- Cost            Tests


           Test                               Benefits                                     Costs
TRC Test                    . Generation ,   transmission and          . Generation    costs
                               distribution savings
                                                                       . Program   costs paid by the
                               Participants avoided equipment costs       administrator
                               (fuel switching only)
                                                                       . Participant   measure costs
 Participant Test              Bill reductions                            Bill increases
                             . Incentives                              . Participant   measure costs
                               Participants avoided equipment costs
                               (fuel switching only)

 Utility (Program            . Generation ,  transmission and           . Generation   costs
Administrator) Test            distribution savings
                                                                        . Program  costs paid by the
                                                                          administrator
                                                                        . Incentives

 Ratepayer Impact            . Generation ,  transmission and           . Generation   costs
 Measu re Test                 distribution savings
                                                                        . Revenue loss
                             . Revenue gain
                                                                        . Program  costs paid by the
                                                                          administrator
                                                                        . Incentives



Generation, transmission and distribution savings (hereafter, energy benefits) are defined as the
economic value of the energy and demand savings stimulated by the interventions being
assessed. These benefits are typically measured as induced changes in energy consumption
valued using some mix of avoided costs. Electricity benefits are valued using three types of
avoided electricity costs: avoided distribution costs, avoided transmission costs, and avoided
electricity generation costs.

Participant costs are comprised primarily of incremental measure costs. Incremental measure
costs are essentially the costs of obtaining energy efficiency. In the case of an add-on device
(say, an adjustable-speed drive or ceiling insulation), the incremental cost is simply the installed
cost of the measure itself. In the case of equipment that is available in various levels of
efficiency (e.g. , a central air conditioner), the incremental cost is the excess of the cost of the
high-efficiency unit over the cost of the base (reference) unit.

Administrative costs encompass the real resource costs of program administration, including
the costs     of administrative personnel,             program promotions,   overhead, measurement and
evaluation, and shareholder incentives. In this context, administrative costs are not defined to
include the costs of various incentives (e.g. , customer rebates and salesperson incentives) that
may be offered to encourage certain types of behavior. The exclusion of these incentive costs
reflects the fact that they are essentially transfer payments. That is, from a societal perspective
they involve offsetting costs (to the program administrator) and benefits (to the recipient).



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Use   of    the Total Resource Cost to Estimate Economic Potential

The TRC test is used in two ways in this study. First , we develop an estimate of economic
potential by calculating the TRC of individual measures and applying the methodology
described below. Second , we develop estimates of whether different program scenarios are cost
effective.

Economic potential          can be defined either inclusively or exclusively of the costs of programs that
are designed to increase the adoption rate of energy efficiency measures. At this stage of the
analysis, we define economic potential to                   exclude       program costs. We do so primarily because
program costs are dependent on a number of factors that vary significantly as a function of
program delivery strategy. There is no single estimate of program costs that would accurately
represent such costs across the wide range of program types and funding levels possible. Once
an assumption is made about program costs, one must also link those assumptions to
expectations about market response to the types of interventions assumed. Because of this, we
believe it is more appropriate to factor program costs into our analysis of                        maximum achievable
and    program potential.           Thus, our definition of         economic potential is that portion of the technical
potential that passes our economic screening test (using the TRC test) exclusive of program
costs. Economic potential, like technical potential, is a theoretical quantity that will exceed the
amount of potential we estimate to be achievable through even the most aggressive voluntary
program activities.

As discussed previously, the TRC focuses on resource savings and counts benefits as utility-
avoided supply costs and costs as participant costs and utility program costs. It ignores any
impact on rates. It also treats financial incentives and rebates as transfer payments; i. , the TRC
is not affected by incentives. The somewhat simplified benefit and cost formulas for the TRC
are presented in Equations 2- 1 and 2- 2 below.




      Benefits =

                               t=l
                              L....J
                                       Avoided Costs of Supply p t
                                                    (l + d)
                                                                                                  Eqn.




where:
           o~s =

                      t=l
                     L....J
                               Program Cost t + Participant Cost
                                                     (l + d)
                                                                                                  Eqn. 2-




             d =     the discount rate
                     the costing period
             t = time                  (in years)
             n = 20           years




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A nominal discount rate of 8 percent is used. 11 We use a   normalized measure life of 20 years to
capture the benefit of long- lived measures. Measures with measure lives shorter than 20 years
are li re- installed" in our analysis as many times as necessary to reach the normalized 20-year
life of the analysis. This assumption is reasonable given that most measures are eventually
replaced with more, not less, efficient alternatives.

The avoided costs of supply are calculated by multiplying measure energy savings and peak
demand impacts by per-unit avoided costs by costing period. Energy savings are allocated to
costing periods and peak impacts estimated using load shape factors.

As noted previously, in the            TRC calculation used to estimate economic potential,
                                            measure- level
program costs are excluded from Equation 2- 2. Using the supply curve methodology discussed
previously, measures are ordered by TRC (highest to lowest) and then the    economic potential is
calculated by summing the energy savings for all of the technologies for which the marginal
TRC test is greater than 1.0. In the example Exhibit 2- 15, the economic potential would include
the savings for measures 1 and 2 , but exclude savings for measure 3 because the TRC is less
than 1.0 for measure 3. The supply curve methodology, when combined with estimates of the
TRC for individual measures, produces estimates of the economic potential of efficiency
improvements. Again, by definition and intent, this estimate of economic potential is a
theoretical quantity that will exceed the amount of potential we estimate to be achievable
through program activities in the final steps of our analyses.

                                                                    Exhibit

                  Sample Use of Supply Curve Framework                              to   Estimate Economic Potential
                                                (Note: Data are illustrative only)

                              Total End Use      Applicable, Not                                                                   Savings
                              Consumption         Complete and                 Average                              Total        Included in
                              of Population         Feasible                  kWh/fe of     Savings    GWh         Resource       Economic
        Measure                   (GWh)           Sq. Feet (OOOs)             population              Savin2s      Cost Test      Potential?
Base Case: T12 lamps                                                                                                   N/A            N/A
                                   425                   100 000                 4.3         N/A       N/A
with Magnetic Ballast
                                                                                                                                      Yes
1. T8 w. Elec. Ballast             425                   100, 000                            21%
                                                                                                                                      Yes
2. Occupancy Sensors               336                      000                  3.4         10%                        1.1

3. Perimeter Dimming               322                   10, 000                 3.2         45%

                     Technical Potential w. all measures                                     27%        116

          Economic Potential w. measures for which TRC :;:. 1.                               24%        102




      11 We recognize that the 8-percent discount is much lower than the implicit discount rates at which customers
are observed to adopt efficiency improvements. This is by intent since we seek at this stage of the analysis to estimate
the potential that is cost-effective from primarily a societal perspective. The effect of implicit discount rates is
incorporated into our estimates of program and naturally occurring potential.


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       ESTIMATION OF MAXIMUM                 ACHIEVABLE       PROGRAM           AND         NA TURALL Y
        OCCURRING POTENTIALS

In this section we present the method we employ to estimate the fraction of the market that
adopts each energy efficiency measure in the presence and absence of energy efficiency
programs. We define:

        Maximum achievable potential    is a forecast of the amount of economic potential that
        could be achieved over time under the most aggressive program scenario possible

        Program potential  is a forecast of the amount of savings that would occur in response to
        one or more specific market interventions

        Naturally occurring potential  is a forecast of the amount of savings estimated to occur
        as a result of normal market forces, that is, in the absence of any utility or governmental
        intervention.

Forecasts of program potential are the most important results of the modeling process.
Estimating technical, economic, and maximum achievable potentials are necessary steps in the
process from which important information can be obtained; however , the end goal of the
process is better understanding how much of the remaining potential can be captured in
programs, whether it would be cost-effective to increase program spending, and how program
costs may be expected to change in response to measure adoption over time.

According to our definitions and the method described in this section, the maximum achievable
potential forecast is really a type of program potential forecast that defines the upper limit of
savings from market interventions. Therefore, in the remainder of this section, we will often
discuss our general method using the term " program potential" to represent both program and
maximum achievable potentiaL
Adoption Method Overview

We use a method of estimating adoption of energy efficiency measures that applies equally
be our program and naturally occurring analyses. Whether as a result of natural market forces
or aided by a program intervention, the rate at which measures are adopted is modeled in our
method as a function of the following factors:

        The availability of the adoption opportunity as a function of capital equipment turnover
        rates and changes in building stock over time

        Customer awareness of the efficiency measure

        The cost-effectiveness of the efficiency measure

        Market barriers associated with the efficiency measure.

The method employed is executed in the measure penetration module of KEMA-XENERGY'
DSM ASSYST model. Only measures that pass the measure-level TRC test are put into the
penetration module for estimation of customer adoption.


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Availability

In most cases, the model uses a stock accounting algorithm that handles capital turnover and
stock decay over a period of up to 20 years. In the first step of our achievable potential method
we calculate the number of customers for whom each measure will apply. The input to this
calculation is the total              floor space available   for the   measure from the technical potential
analysis, i. , the total floor space multiplied by the applicability, not complete, and feasibility
factors described previously. We call this the            eligible   stock. The stock algorithm keeps track
the amount of floor space available for each efficiency measure in each year based on the total
eligible stock and whether the application is new construction, retrofit, or replace-on-burnout.

Retrofit measures are available for implementation by the entire eligible stock. The eligible stock
is reduced over time as a function of adoptions 13 and building decay.14 Replace-on-bumout
measures are available only on an annual basis, approximated as equal to the inverse of the
service life.15 The annual portion of the eligible market that does not accept the replace-on-
burnout measure does not have an opportunity again until the end of the service life.

New construction               applications are available for implementation in the                first year. Those
customers that do not accept the measure are given subsequent opportunities corresponding to
whether the measure is a replacement or retrofit-type measure.

Awareness

In our modeling framework, customers cannot adopt an efficient measure merely because there
is stock available for conversion. Before they can make the adoption choice, they must be aware
and informed about the efficiency measure. Thus, in the second stage of the process, the model
calculates the portion of the available market that is      informed.  An initial user-specified
parameter sets the initial level of awareness for all measures. Incremental awareness occurs in
the model as a function of the amount of money spent on awareness / information building and
how well those information-building resources are directed to target markets. User- defined
program characteristics determine how well information-building money is targeted. Well-
targeted programs are those for which most of the money is spent informing only those
customers that are in a position to implement a particular group of measures. Untargeted




      12 Replace-on-burr1out measures are defined as the efficiency opportunities that are available only when the base
equipment turns over at the end of its service life. For example, a high-efficiency chiller measure is usually only
considered at the end of the life of an existing chiller. By contrast, retrofit measures are defined to be constantly
available, for example, application of a window film to existing glazing.
      13 That is, each square foot that adopts the retrofit measure is removed from the eligible stock for retrofit in the
subsequent year.
      14 An input to the model is the rate of decay of the existing floor space. Floor space typically decays at a very
slow rate.
      15 For example, a base-case technology with a service life of 15 years is only available for replacement to a high-
efficiency alternative each year at the rate of 1/15 times the total eligible stock. For example, the fraction of the
market that does not adopt the high-efficiency measure in year     will not be available to adopt the efficient alternative
again until year       + 15.




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programs are those in which advertising cannot be well focused on the portion of the market
that is available to implement particular measures. The penetration module in DSM ASSYST
has a target effectiveness parameter that is used to adjust for differences in program advertising
efficiency associated with alternative program types.

The model also controls for information retention. An information decay parameter in the
model is used to control for the percentage of customers that will retain program information
from one year to the next. Information retention is based on the characteristics of the target
audience and the temporal effectiveness of the marketing techniques employed.

Adoption

The portion of the total market that is available and informed can now face the choice of
whether or not to adopt a particular measure. Only those customers for whom a measure is
available for implementation (stage 1) and, of those customers, only those who have been
informed about the program/measure (stage 2), are in a position to make the implementation
decision.

In the third stage of our penetration process, the model calculates the fraction of the market that
adopts each efficiency measure as a function of the participant test. The participant test is a
benefit-cost ratio that is generally calculated as follows:


        ene Its =
                       t=l Customer Bill Savings ($)
                                     (l + d)
                                                                                                 Eqn. 2-


                        Participant Costs ($)
        o~s=
                  t=l           (l + dr-
                                                                                                 Eqn. 2-


where:
                 = the discount rate
                 = time (in years)
                 = 20 years

As noted previously, we use a                  normalized   measure life of 20   years in order to capture the
benefits associated with long- lived measures. Measures with lives shorter than 20 years are " re-
installed" in our analysis as many times as necessary to reach the normalized 20-year life of the
analysis.

The bill reductions are calculated by multiplying measure energy savings and customer peak
demand impacts by retail energy and demand rates.

The model uses measure implementation curves to estimate the percentage of the informed
market that will accept each measure based on the participant' s benefit-cost ratio. The model
provides enough flexibility so that each measure in each market segment can have a separate
implementation rate curve. The functional form used for the implementation curves is:




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                  In                                                                            Eqn. 2-
                                    cln(   bx)
         ( 1 +               1 +

                       Jx(
where:
          the fraction of the market that installs a measure in a given year from the pool of
          informed applicable customers;
          the customer s benefit-cost ratio for the measure;
          the maximum annual acceptance rate for the technology;
          the inflection point of the curve. It is generally lover the benefit-cost ratio that will
          give a value of 1/2 the maximum value; and
          the parameter that determines the general shape (slope) of the curve.

The primary curves utilized in our model are shown in Exhibit 2- 16. These curves produce base
year program results that are calibrated to actual measure implementation results associated
with major IOU commercial efficiency programs over the past several years. Different curves
are used to reflect different levels of market barriers for different efficiency measures. A list
market barriers is shown in Exhibit 2- 18. It is the existence of these barriers that necessitates
program interventions to increase the adoption of energy efficiency measures. (For more
information on market barriers see Eto, Prahl, Schlegel 1997, Golove and Eto 1996, DeCanio
2000, DeCanio 1998.

Note that for the moderate, high, and extremely high barrier curves, the participant benefit-cost
ratios have to be very high before significant adoption occurs. This is because the participant
benefit-cost ratios are based on a IS- percent          discount rate. This discount rate reflects likely
adoption if there were no market barriers or market failures, as reflected in the no-barriers
curve in the figure. Experience has shown, however, that actual adoption behavior correlates
with implicit discount rates several times those that would be expected in a perfect market.16

The model   estimates adoption under both naturally occurring and program intervention
situations. There are only two differences between the naturally occurring and program
analyses. First, in any program intervention case in which measure incentives are provided, the
participant benefit-cost ratios are adjusted based on the incentives. Thus, if an incentive that
pays 50 percent of the incremental measure cost is applied in the program analysis, the
participant benefit-cost ratio for that measure will double (since the costs have been halved).
The effect on the amount of adoption estimated depends on where the pre- and post-incentive
benefit-cost ratios fall on the curve. This effect is illustrated in Exhibit 2- 17.




    16 For some , it is easier to consider adoption as a function of simple payback. However, the relationship between
payback and the participant benefit-cost ratio varies depending on measure life and discount rate. For a long- lived
measure of 15 years with a 15-percent discount rate, the equivalent payback at which half of the market would adopt
a measure is roughly 6 months, based on the high barrier curve in Exhibit 2-7. At a 1-year payback, one- quarter of
the market would adopt the measure. Adoption reaches near its maximum at a 3-month payback. The curves reflect
the real-world observation that implicit discount rates can well over 100 percent.


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Achievable potential energy efficiency forecasts are developed for several scenarios, from low
levels of program intervention, through moderately increased levels, up to an aggressive energy
efficiency acquisition scenario. The final results produced are forecasts of annual streams of
achievable program impacts (energy and demand by time-of-use period) and all societal and
participant costs (program costs plus end-user costs).

                                                                    Exhibit

                    Primary Measure Implementation Curves Used                                          in Adoption Model
                     100%
                                     No Barriers
                     90%
                                                                               Moderate Barriers
                     80%

              0:::   70%             I~


              :;:J   60%

                     50%
              a..

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                     40%

                     30%

                     20%

                      10%




                                                                   Participant Benefit- Cost    Ratio




                                                                     Exhibit

                               Illustration of Effect of     Incentives on Adoption Level
                                          as Characterized in Implementation Curves

                             80%

                             70%

                      .m 60%
                      0:::

                       5 50%
                      :;:J


                       ~ 40%
                      a..          .'-"_.'_.'-,'-'._.._n_,,_n
                       ::J 30%                                  ! B- C Ratio: With 50% incentive
                                          Net increase
                                          In adnotine
                      ~ 20%
                                                                   Initial B- C Ratio: No incentive
                             10%




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                                                                  Exhibit

                    Summary Description of Market Barriers from Eto, Prahl,                     Schlegel     1997


     Barrier                                                                  Description
Information or        The costs      of identifying energy-efficient products or services or of learning about energy-efficient
Search Costs           practices , including the value of time spent finding out about or locating a product or service or hiring
                       someone else to do so.
Performance            The difficulties consumers face in evaluating claims about future benefits. Closely related to high search
U ncertai nties        costs , in that acquiring the information needed to evaluate claims regarding future performance is rarely
                       costless.
Asymmetric             The tendency of sellers of energy-efficient products or services to have more and better information
Information and        about their offerings than do consumers , which , combined with potential incentives to mislead , can lead
Opportunism            to sub-optimal purchasing behavior.
Hassle or              The indirect costs of acquiring energy efficiency, including the time , materials and labor involved in
Transaction            obtaining or contracting for an energy-efficient product or service. (Distinct from search costs in that it
Costs                  refers to what happens once a product has been located.
Hidden Costs           Unexpected costs associated with reliance on or operation of energy-efficient products or services - for
                       example , extra operating and maintenance costs.
Access to              The difficulties associated with the lending industry s historic inability to account for the unique features
Financing              of loans for energy savings products (i.e. , that future reductions in utility bills increase the borrower
                       ability to repay a loan) in underwriting procedures.
Bounded                The behavior of an         individual during the decision-making process that either seems or actually is
Rationality            inconsistent with the individual' s      goals.
Organ ization          Organizational behavior or systems of practice that discourage or inhibit cost-effective energy efficiency
Practices or           decisions , for example , procurement rules that make it difficult to act on energy efficiency decisions
Customs                based on economic merit.
Misplaced or           Cases in which the incentives of an agent charged with purchasing energy efficiency are not aligned with
Split incentives       those of the persons who would benefit from the purchase.
Product or             The failure of manufacturers , distributors or vendors to make a product or service available             in a given
Service                area or market. May result from collusion , bounded rationality, or supply constraints.
Unavailability
External ities         Costs that are associated with transactions , but which are not reflected in the             price    paid in the
                       transaction.
Non-external ity       Factors other than externalities that move prices away from marginal cost. An example arises when utility
Pricing                commodity prices are set using ratemaking practices based on average (rather than marginal) costs.
Inseparability of      The difficulties consumers sometimes face in acquiring desirable energy efficiency features in products
Product Features       without also acquiring (and paying for) additional undesired features that increase the total cost of the
                       product beyond what the consumer is willing to pay.
Irreversibility        The difficulty of reversing a purchase decision in light of new information that may become available
                       which may deter the initial purchase , for example , if energy prices decline , one cannot resell insulation
                       that has been blown into a wall.




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                          3.   DEMAND RESPONSE POTENTIAL METHODS


        OVERVIEW OF DEMAND RESPONSE FORECASTING METHODS

Similar to the energy efficiency forecast, the carrying out of a number of systematic analytical
steps was necessary to produce accurate estimates of demand response effects on system load.
To conduct this analysis we utilized a model to forecast demand reduction from demand
response (DR) programs.

The supply curve method used to forecast DR impact is a simpler process than the measure-
based models used to     forecast energy efficiency. Information on the characteristics and
penetration of potential DR measures does not exist in sufficient fashion to justify a measure-
based modeling approach. We therefore relied on the professional judgment of a panel
experts to reach a consensus on key inputs to the supply curve models based on their
experience in designing, managing, and evaluating DR programs.

The forecast of demand reduction from potential demand response programs was produced
using a series of DR supply curves that varied by program type and market segment. An
overview of the DR modeling framework used is shown in Exhibit 3-

        DR   DA   TA   DEVELOPMENT

This section describes the data used for the DR Forecasting Model.

Although the DR forecasts produced for Idaho Power are largely the outcome of professional
judgment, they rely on a modeling framework that provides the ability maximize the use of the
limited amount of data available. The framework accounts for both the capability" and
  motivational" aspects of DR programs. Capability is a somewhat abstract concept that reflects
a combination of awareness, experience, and technology. Increases in DR capability will occur
over time due to external market forces and possibly due to capability-building activities
pursued by Idaho Power.

In addition to capability, motivation is other key factor that determines the amount of load
achievable from a DR program. A customer must have sufficient motivation to reduce electric
demand for a period of time. Motivation       usually takes the form of a financial incentive,
although the ability to avoid a blackout can also be significant motivator to reduce a portion of
load. Incentives can take the form of reduced rates or a performance payment. For modeling
purposes, the motivation for all programs was expressed in terms of dollars per kWh reduced.
The $/kWh concept allowed us to take into consideration that customers required additional
motivation for each hour that they are asked to reduce their demand.




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                                                      Exhibit

                                           DR   Forecasting Model Framework


                                                   ELIGIBLE LOAD
                                                    by Sector and
                                                       End Use




                                                  APPLICABLE LOAD




       LOW DR                                         PARTIAL DR               HIGH DR
      CAPABILITY                                      CAPABILITY              CAPABILITY




                                                  RESPONSE CURVE
                     Motivation Programs
                                                   Capability Segment
                                                    & Program Type




                                                     PROJECTED
                                                           & COST
                                                   I MP ACTS
                                                       ESTIMATE




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Load Forecast Shares

The first step of the DR modeling framework is to define market segments and the demand
produced by each segment during the system                      peak.   We elected to segment load using a
combination of market sector, end use, and customer size based on maximum demand. The
eight market segments were defined as shown in Exhibit 3-2. The industrial and irrigation
sectors were excluded from the analysis.

                                               Exhibit

                                          DR   Market Segment


                             Sector                 End-use                           Size

                     Residential                         Other                        All

                     Residential                    Cooling                           All

                     Small Commercial                    HVAC                0( 1     000 kW
                     Small Commercial
                                                    Lighting                 0( 1     000 kW

                     Small Commercial                    Other               0( 1     000 kW
                                                                             :;:. 1   000 kW
                     Large Commercial                    HVAC
                                                                             :;:. 1   000 kW
                     Large Commercial               Lighting

                     Large Commercial                    Other               :;:. 1   000 kW

                     Back-up Generation                   All                         All




The system peak load forecast by market segment was developed by market sector from Idaho
Power s 2003 demand forecast. A table of Idaho Power electricity sales by market segment and
customer demand group was available and was used to split the forecast into the various size
categories. Segmenting the load by end use was based on data for the Idaho Power end use
forecast database.

Applicability Factors

The issue of technical potential for DR is not as straightforward a concept. One could argue that
the technical potential for DR is 100 percent of load. However, our expert panel felt that there
was a significant portion of peak demand that would be unresponsive to standard DR
programs at any reasonable level of motivation. We elected to apply an applicability factor to
the load of each segment, reflecting that portion of load where response was feasible.

The Eligible Load for each market segment is equal to the total peak period load for that market
segment. The Applicable Load (or the technical potential) is a portion of Eligible Load where
customers are willing and able to reduce demand at the highest conceivable motivation level.


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The applicability factors were set using Delphi estimation.
                                                         These factors were held constant
throughout the time period addressed in the forecast. Exhibit 3- 3 shows the estimates of
applicable load by market segment.

                                                       Exhibit

                                2004 Peak Load and               DR   Applicable Load

           600

                                                                                      0 Other Load
           500                                                                        . Tech   Potential


           400


     3: 300
     :!E




           200


           100




                 Res-oth   Res-ac Small- hvac Small-oth          Small- Igt Large- hvac Large-oth Large- Igt   Back-up
                                                                                                                Gen
                                                          Market Segments



Capability Shares

Once the applicable load was determined, this load was split into three capability segments for
the base year: Low, Partial , and High. There are two primary reasons for splitting load into
capability segment. This first reason is based on the theory that the portion of load that will
respond at a given motivation level will vary by capability segment. Stated differently, each
segment has a different motivation                   response curve. The second reason for segmentation
involves the ability to assess the impact of DR programs that are designed to build capability in
addition to providing motivation. We estimate the portion of the load that moves from one
segment to another resulting from capability-building activities, such as an incentive program
for enhanced au toma tion.

Low Capability is characterized as the loads that lack variable control and cannot be easily
controlled from a centralized location. DR activities in the low capability segment would be
achieved through a labor- intensive process and often will have high transaction costs. The
Partial Capability segment contains the load that has either variable control or centralized
control but not both. The High Capability segment includes loads that involve an automated
response process or centralized control of variable loads. This High Capability segment can
implement DR actions with little or no transaction costs while minimizing the impact on



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productivity and building comfort. Exhibit 3-4 provides examples of lighting loads for each of
the three segments.

                                                      Exhibit

                                 Lighting Examples of Capability Segments


         Se~ment                         Load Description                                        DR    Option
     Low             Building with individual wall switches in each              Manually turn off lights             selected
                     area or floor. No bi- Ievellighting.                        areas.
     Partial or       Lighting circuits are controlled by a central EMS           Use EMS to turn off lights in selected
     Medium           system. No bi- Ievellighting                                areas
     Partial or       Building with individual bi- Ievel wall switches            Manually turn off portion of lamps in all
     Medium           in each area or floor.                                      areas.
     High             Bi- Ievel or dimmable ballast lighting is                   Use EMS to reduce lighting levels in all
                      controlled by EMS.                                          areas.

Our panel of experts concluded that the majority of load would currently fall into the Low
Capability segment because most customers have very little experience with DR programs and
the penetration of DR-friendly technologies such as dimmable lighting ballasts is very low.
Certain segments such as ::::-1 000 kW customers and residential HV                              AC were felt to have a
moderate portion of the market in the Partial or Medium Capability segment, based on their
experience with existing cycling and interruptible rate programs. It was the conclusion of the
panel that a very small portion of all markets would fall into the High Capability segment at
this time, given the very limited experience with dynamic rates, demand bidding, real- time
energy information systems, and DR automation technologies.

The estimated peak load , DR applicable load, and the assumed portion of applicable load by
capability segment for each market segment are shown in Exhibit 3-

                                                       Exhibit

                                  2004 Load Statistics by Market Segment

                                                                 Applicability   Applicable      Low          Medium           High
         Sector        End-use           Size     Peak MW          Factor                     Capability     Capability   Capability
Residential          Other               All             38C              10%                      100%
Residential          Cooling             All             504              50%           252           100%
Small Commercial     HVAC         -( 1 000 kW             198             40%                         100%
Small Commercial     Lighting     -( 1 000 kW             141             10%                         100%
Small Commercial     Other        -( 1 000 kW             132             20%                         100%
Large Commercial     HVAC         )- 1   000 kW                           50%                         98%
Large Commercial     Lighting     )- 1 000 kW                             15%                          95%
Large Commercial     Other        )- 1   000 kW                           30%                         100%
Back-up Generation   All                 All                              75%                          80%          20%




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The portion of load in each capability segment was forecast to change over time based on two
factors: Idaho Power capability-building activities, such as customer education, and external
market forces. The effect from external market forces was addressed by assuming a very small
portion of the load would move each year from the low to medium segment and from the
medium to high segment. The effect from Idaho Power capability building was modeled by
estimating, using the Delphi process, the cost per kW to increase the capability level and by
specifying the amount of capability-building budget spent by market segment in each year. The
cost to increase capability was set between $5/kW and $30/kW, depending on the market
segment.

                                                Exhibit

                                Capability Building Cost Assumptions
                          per k    (Shift from Low  to Medium Capability)

                              Segment                     All Others   Max. Ach.


                              Res-                           $15         $20

                              Small- HV AC                   $10          $15

                              Small- Other                   $20          $30

                              Small- Lighting                $15          $20

                              Large- HV AC                                $10

                              Large- Other                   $15          $20

                              Large- Lighting                $10          $15

                              Back-up Gen




Program Definitions

Once the amount of load in each capability segment was estimated , we developed a set of
motivation-response curves for various types of  DR programs. It is our theory that the
motivation response curve for an emergency program is different than that for an economic or
rate program. Customers tend to be more willing to take actions when a rotating blackout is
possible. The motivation response curve relates the portion of applicable load that will be
reduced at a given $/kW of motivation.

Given that the goal of this forecast was the support of resource planning and that the forecast
was largely developed based on expert opinion, it was not feasible to forecast every possible DR
program. Instead, four program concepts were modeled with some slight variations either over
time or across segments. The four concepts included:

        AC Load Control (DLC): these programs provide lower energy rates for customers who
        are willing to have cycling equipment installed that can be directly controlled by the


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       utility. There are usually a maximum number of events and/ or hours that may be called
       In a year.

       Critical Peak Pricing (CPP): this program offers dynamic rates that change based on
       demand versus supply available. This program generally provides consistently lower
       off-peak rates. However, during a CPP event, rates may increase dramatically (e.g. 5
       times the average for that period). Customers may choose to voluntarily reduce load
       during a CPP event or pay the substantially higher charges for maintaining their peak
       load. There are usually a maximum number of events and/or hours that may be called
       ill a year.

       Voluntary Demand Response Incentive (DRP): this program offers a credit to customers
       over a certain demand, who voluntarily commit to reduce their electricity usage by a
       significant percentage (such as 10%) during a DRP event. Customers can generally chose
       whether to participate when an event is called, as long as they meet the program
       minimum requirements.

       Back-up Generator Incentives      (BUG):   this program offers   financial incentives to
       customers who run their back-up generation during program events.

Since, in many cases, two DR programs will compete for the same load, it was necessary to
account for this competition in the forecast model. An overlap factor was specified for each
program that reflected the amount of load that a program would lose to the other programs that
were offered to the same segment.

We recognize that program types listed above may not represent every possible DR program;
however, they provide reasonable program prototypes for the purposes of IRP. There is little
justification for specifying a large number of well- defined DR programs given there is
considerable uncertainty in the response and impacts of anyone DR program. The forecasts
produced in this project are designed to support strategic resource planning rather than tactical
program design. Thus, the program concepts for the DR forecasts only need to be representative
of the program activities that could be pursued.

Where feasible, we based our assumptions on information provided directly by Idaho Power
regarding their current or intended future offerings. For example, we varied the programs
addressed in each scenario by market segment, as indicated by Idaho Power tariff structures.

        ESTIMA TION       OF #ECONOM/C" POTENTIAL FOR DEMAND RESPONSE

The concept of economic potential for a DR program is not as straight forward as the economic
potential for energy efficiency measures. The economic potential for an energy efficiency
measure involves the comparison of the measure cost to the avoided supply cost that is
obtained from installing the measure. Most DR programs involve encouraging customers to
make behavioral changes on the use of appliances or equipment and do not often involve the
purchase of a measure. Thus, the standard concept of economic potential of energy efficiency
measures does not readily apply.




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An estimate of economic potential is useful because it provides a measure of the maximum
amount of load reduction that could be obtained within some economic constraint. In order to
achieve this information need, a definition of economic potential was developed for both DR
and TaU programs.

Economic potential for DR programs was defined as the load reduction that could be obtained if
the entire applicable market was in the high capability segment and if a minimum of 50     cents
per kWh was offered for all programs.

The economic potential results provided in Section 5 are based on the peak demand load in
2004. The economic potential for future years would increase in proportion to the increase in
total peak demand.

       FORECASTING PROGRAM IMPACTS

A supply curve or response curve was developed for each program concept, market segment,
and capability segment using the Delphi process. The response curve provides an estimate of
the portion of applicable load in each capability segment that will be reduced at a given $/kWh
of motivation. Although the ability existed in the model to specify a different curve for each
program and market segment, the experts felt that their collective knowledge and experience
did not justify the development of a large number of unique curves. Curves were developed
that vary significantly across capability segment but tended to vary only slightly across
programs and market segments. Exhibit 3- 7 shows an example of the curves used for CPP
program and market/ capability segments.

                                           Exhibit   3- 7
                                        CPP Supply Curves

              60%

                          -tr- High
              50%             Medium
                          -.- Low
       "C 40%

       ...J
       'I-
              30%



       a. 20%


              10%




                                                                                    100
                                            Cents per kWh




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Scenario Definitions

Achievable potential forecasts can be developed for multiple scenarios. For example.! program
savings can be modeled under low levels of program intervention, through moderate levels, up
to an aggressive DSM acquisition scenario.

As discussed above, four program concepts were modeled: AC Load Control (DLC), Critical
Peak Pricing (CPP), Voluntary Demand Response Incentives (DRP), and Back-up Generator
Incentives (BUG). Using these concepts, four bundled program strategies were developed:
    1. DLC and BUG - Low Incentive Levels
   2. All 4 Concepts - Low Incentive Levels
   3. All 4 Concepts - High Incentive Levels
    4. I.1   Maximum Achievable

The primary drivers between      the lower intervention bundles and the more aggressive
intervention bundles are the amount of capability building or marketing that is pursued and the
amount of customer incentives offered for demand reductions. The Maximum Achievable
scenario is designed to forecast the maximum achievable DR that is obtainable by large-scale
capability building and high incentive payments. In the Maximum Achievable scenario,
incentive payments were set at 50 cents per kWh, the highest level that was determined to be
cost effective.


           summarizes the incentive payments utilized for each program concept and program
Exhibit 3- 8
bundling strategy. Exhibit 3-9 shows the assumed capability budget for each program strategy.



                                                 Exhibit

                                        Customer Incentive Assumptions
                                                Cents per kWh


                                                               Program Concepts

              Program Bundle Strategy       AC OlC         Back-up Gen      CPP   ORP

              OLC & BUG - Low $

              4 Concept - Low $

              4 Concepts - High $

              Maximum Achievable




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                                       Capability Building Budgets

              600

           $1,400
                                                                                      Max. Achievable
              200
           $1 ,
                                                                                 -.-4 Concepts - High $
                                                                                      4 Concept - Low $
           $1, 000                                                               -+-OLC & BUG - Low $

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             $800

             $600

             $400

             $200



                  2004   2005   2006     2007             2008          2009   2010     2011       2012        2013
                                                                 Year




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   4.   ENERGY EFFICIENCY PEAK DEMAND AND ENERGY SAVINGS POTENTIAL RESULTS


In this section   we present summary results of the Idaho Power energy efficiency potential
analysis for the residential and commercial sectors. First, economic and technical potential are
discussed. Next, we present summary energy efficiency supply curves, which are an alternative
method of presenting forecasted potentials. Finally, we present scenario forecasts for achievable
energy efficiency potential. Definitions of the different types of energy efficiency potential and
methods used to develop them are provided in Section 2 of this report. Section 2 also presents
the baseline estimates used in our analyses.

At the outset of this study, the primary focus was on peak demand reduction and the scope was
limited to measures with impacts on summer peak. In a later, second phase, the scope was
expanded to look at all measures with the potential to provide cost-effective energy savings.
Where possible, the figures in this section delineate the peak demand and energy savings
associated with the two phases. In cases where there is no distinction, the figures represent the
results of the second phase. Because the results of the first phase were provided to the resource-
planning group at IPCo, identical graphs based only on the results of the initial phase are
provided separately in Appendix G.

        TECHNICAL AND ECONOMIC POTENTIAL

In Exhibits 4- 1       and 4- 2 we present our overall estimates of total technical and economic
potential for peak demand and electrical energy in the residential and commercial sectors in the
Idaho Power territory.        Technical potential represents the sum of all savings achieved if all
measures analyzed in this study were implemented in applications where they are deemed
applicable and physically feasible. As described in Section 2 economic potential       is based on
efficiency measures that are cost-effective based on the total resource cost (TRC) test, a benefit-
cost test used to compare the value of avoided energy production and power plant construction
to the costs of energy-efficiency measures and program activities necessary to deliver them. The
value of both energy savings and peak demand reductions are incorporated into the TRC test.

Overall and by Sector

If all measures analyzed in this study were implemented where technically feasible, we estimate
that overall technical demand savings would be roughly 551 MW, about 33 percent of projected
combined residential and commercial peak demand in 2013. If all measures that pass the TRC
test were implemented, economic potential savings would be 384 MW, about 23 percent of total
residential and commercial demand in 2013. Technical energy savings potential is estimated to
be roughly 1 917 GWh, about 21 percent of total residential and commercial energy usage
projected in 2013. Economic energy savings are estimated at 1 107 GWh, about 12 percent of
base residential and commercial usage. The technical and economic potential estimates are
shown by sector and vintage (existing stock versus new construction) in Exhibits 4- 3 through 4-
5. The largest share of both technical and economic savings is in the residential existing stock.




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             Technical and Economic Potential                      (2013)                    Technical and Economic Potential                         (2013)
                     Peak Demand Savings-                                                           Energy Savings- G Wh per Year


            600                                                                             500
                                                                      . Phase                                                                          . Phase
            500                                                       . Phase                                                                          . Phase
                                                                                             000

            400
                                                                                           1 ,500

            300
     a..                                                                                   1 ,000
            200


            100
                                                                                             500



                         Technical                            Economic                                       Technical                         Economic




                                                                           Exhibit

                  Technical and Economic Potential                    by Sector       and Vintage, Peak Demand Savings (2013)

                           350
                                                                                                                       . Phase
                           300                                                                                         . Phase


                           250

                        ~ 200


                           150


                           100




                                             Tech. Econ.               Tech. Econ.         Tech. Econ.           Tech. Econ.
                                              Residential               Residential        Commercial             Commercial
                                                 Existing                  New              Existing                 New




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        Technical and Economic Potential                   by Sector and Vintage, Energy Savings (2013)


                     1200
                                                                                                    . Phase

                     1000                                                                           . Phase



                      800
            .c:


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                                       Tech. Econ.      Tech. Econ.           Tech. Econ.       Tech. Econ.
                                       Residential      Residential           Commercial        Commercial
                                         Existing          New                 Existing            New




                                                          Exhibit 4-
                               Phase      II   Technical and Economic Potential Estimates


                                                                                              GWh

                            Sector and Vi ntage         Technical     Economic      Technical   Economic

                            Residential - Existing        299           201             102         554

                            Residential - New              139          102            373          235

                            Commercial - Existing                                      373          252

                            Commercial - New

                            Total                          551          384             917          107




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                          Phase    Technical and Economic Potential Estimates


                                                                             GWh

                    Sector and Vintage       Technical   Economic   Technical   Economic

                    Residential - Existing     237         189        520          444

                    Residential - New           117                   216          173

                    Commercial - Existing                             265          179

                    Commercial - New

                    Total                       442        337         060         851

End Use Potential

Residential economic potential is presented by key end use in Exhibit 4-6.                 Lighting, cooling,
and clothes washing dominate economic energy savings, while cooling makes up the vast
majority of peak demand impacts. Exhibit 4- 7 shows commercial sector economic potential
estimates by end use. Lighting is the largest contributor in terms of both energy savings
potential and peak demand savings potential, cooling is the second largest contributor to
commercial economic peak demand savings.

Potential by Building Type

Exhibit 4- 8 displaysresidential economic potential by building type. Single- family homes
account for the vast majority of potential.Commercial sector economic potential is displayed
by building type in Exhibit 4-9. The largest contributors to both GWh and peak MW potential
are small offices, food stores, retail establishments, hospital/health care facilities, and
 miscellaneous " buildings.

        ENERGY EFFICIENCY SUPPL Y CURVES

Energy efficiency supply curves for energy and peak demand savings are shown in Exhibits 4-
10 and 4-    , respectively. The supply curves show the distribution of measure-level potentials
by relative cost. Energy supply curve summary data are presented Exhibits 4- 12 through 4-
for the residential existing, residential new construction, commercial existing and commercial
new construction vintages. Note that these values are aggregated across market segments and
that individual segment results can vary significantly from the average values shown.
addition, it is important to recognize that cost-effectiveness, as defined by the TRC test, cannot
be determined exclusively from these curves because the value of both energy and demand
savings must be integrated when comparing to supply side alternatives. Measure-level TRC
estimates are provided in Appendix E.




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                                                    Exhibit

                            Residential Economic Potential           by    End Use (2013)

               300
                                                                                             . Phase

                                                                                             . Phase
               250


               200


               150


               100




                           GWH MW     GWH MW       GWH MW        GWH MW          GWH MW      GWH MW
                           Space      Lighting   Refrigeration   Water           Clothes       Dish
                           Cooling                               Heating         Washer      Washer




                                                    Exhibit

                             Commercial Economic Potential by End Use (2013)


             200
                                                                                               . Phase
             180
                                                                                               . Phase
             160

             140

             120

             100




                          GWH MW     GWH MW        GWH MW         GWH MW          GWH MW      GWH MW
                          Lighting   Cooling     Ventilation     Refrigeration     Heating     Water Heat




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                                                   Exhibit

                        Residential Economic Potential          by Building     Type (2013)


             700
                                                                                        . Phase
             600                                                                        . Phase


             500


             400


             300


             200


             100



                            GWH MW            GWH MW GWH                 MW           GWH MW
                           Single- Family   Small Multi- Family Large Multi- Family   Mobile Home




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                         Commercial Economic Potential by Building Type (2013)



              Small Office G;JJJ


              arge IceGWH
                 Off   MW
                            GWH
              Restaurant MW
                            GWH
                      eal MW
                            GWH
               Food Store MW
                            GWH
              Warehouse MW
                            GWH
                   School MW

                   College G;JJJ

                   Hospital G;JJJ

                     Hotel G;JJJ
                                                                                         . Phase

            Miscelianeous     ;JJJ                                                       . Phase




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             Residential and Commercial Energy Efficiency Supply Curve                                                                Peak Demand

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                                    $900

                                    $800

                                    $700
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                                                                                 Exhibit

                                      Residential- Existing Energy Efficiency Supply Curve Data
                                                                                  Levelized                                                                                   LevelizOO
                                                                    Cumulative                                                                                   Cumulative
                      Measure                       GWH Savings                  Energy Cost                          Measure                       MW Savings              Capacity Cost
                                                                   GWH Savings                                                                                   MW Savings
                                                                                   $/kWh                                                                                        $IkW
 Low"Flow Showerheads                                                              $0. 012       Double Pane, Moo Low- Coating
                                                                                                                         E                                                       $35
 Tank Wrap                                                                         $0. 016       Duct Insulation (,                                                              $51
 Hot Wilter i"ipe Insulation                                           ;i3         $0;019        Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair                                        $74
 Double Pane, Med Low- E Coating                                                   $0. 033       HE Room Air Conditioner - EER 10,                                               $75
 CFL                                                    227            318         $0, 040       Duct Repair (0, 32)                                                109          $94
 SEHA CW Tier 2 (MEF=2. 20)                             149            467         $0, 044       10 to 12 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                        151          $98
 EnergyStarDW (EF=0. 76)                                                           $0, 053     : Wall2x4 R- O to Blow-In R- 13 Insulation (0, 14)                   162          $98
 Duct Insulation (.                                                   526          $0. 055       Direct Evaporative Cooler                                          184          $139
 Heat PulT\pWater Heater (EF'=2.
                               4)                       402           !j?8         $9. 059       L9~Flow' Showerheads                                               185
 Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair                             950          $0, 079             W~P , .,
                                                                                                 Till1~'                                                            186          $295
 ENERGY STAR or better Freezer                                        965          $0. 079     - SEHA CW Tier 2 (MEF=2.20)                                          213          $240
 HE Room Air Conditioner - EER 10,                                    975          $0. 080       Hoi' Water Pipe, nsulation
                                                                                                                   l                                                214          $241
 Duct Repair (0, 32)                                                  989          $0, 100       AttieVentil1g ,                                                                 $318
 10 to 12 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                          1028         $0, 105       10 to 13 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                        237          $408
 ENERGYST ARor , be.tt!lrRefrigerCl~r                                 1053         $0. 113       CFL                                                                256          $452
 Wall2x4 R- O to Blow-In R- 13 Insulation (0. 14)                     1062         $0, 122       ENERGY STAR orbetter Freezer                                       259          $544
 Direct Evaporative Cooler                                            1083         $0, 154       tieCl~.F'l!IT\P\"lllterHeater (1;1":;2.                            291
 Attic V!lnting                                                       1094             2
                                                                                   $0", 85       Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation (. 27)                           294          $743
 Whoie House Fans                                                     1113         $0.419        i:nergY StarDW (1:1"=0.    76)                                     298          ~51
 10 to 13 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                          1126         $0, 436      Whole House Fans                                                    308          $799
 Solar Water Heater                                                   1200         $0.461       J:;I\II;~~Y !)JJl,Ror b!lt(erRefrig~rator                                        $8fi~,
 Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation (. 27)                             1204         $0. 577      Infiltration Reduction (0.                                           313         $870
 Ceiling Fans                                                         1208         $0. 758      Ceiling Fans                                                         314        $1, 445
 Infiltration Reduction (0.4)                                         1209         $1. 094      10 to 14 SEER Spiit- System Air Conditioner                          325        $1, 648
 10 to 14 SEER S lit-S stem Air Conditioner                           1219         $1. 759      Solar Water Heater                                                   331        $5725

                                                    *Measures incremental to Phase II are highlighted.




                                                                                 Exhibit                13*
                  Residential-New Construction Energy Efficiency Supply                                                                 Curve Data - 10 Years

                                                                                   Levelized                                                                                    LevelizOO
                                                                    Cumulative                                                                                   Cumulative
                       Measure                       GWH Savings                 Energy Cost                           Measure                      MW Savings                Capacity Cost
                                                                   GWH Savings                                                                                   MW Savings
                                                                                    $/kWh                                                                                         $IkW
 Low-Flow ShQwerheads                                                               $0. 012      Double Pane , Moo Low-E Coating                                                  $18
 Double Pane, Med Low- E Coating                                                    $0, 017      Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair                                         $70
 Tank Wrap                                                                          $0. 019      Duct Repair (0. 32)                                                              $92
 Hot Water Pipe Insulation                                                          $0. 020    , Direct Evaporative Cooler                                                         $98
 CFL                                                                   130          $0, 040      HE Room Air Conditioner - EER 10.                                                $116
 SEHA CW Tier 2 (MEF=2. 20)                                            177          $0. 040      10 to 12 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                                      $117
 Energy Star OW (EF~0)'6) ,                                            198          $0.052       bow-,FlowShowerh~ds '                                                            $151
 Heat Pump Water Heater (EF"2.                                                      $0.061       Wall2x4 R- 13 to 2x6 R- 13 Insulation (0, 14)                                    $167
 Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair                              281          $0, 074      SEI-IACW,ner2(MEF~. 20j                                             101          $218
 ENERGY STARor better Freezer                                          285          $0;0"'       TankWi'ap,                                                          101          $233
 Duct Repair (0. 32)                                                   291          $0, 098       HotVl!l1!er PipeJnsulatiQn                                         102          $249'
 Direct Evaporative Cooler                                             300          $0, 113       10 to 13 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                        109          $383
 ENERGY STAR or better Refrige",tor                                    ~08          $9. 114       CFL                                                                117          $455
 HE Room Air Conditioner - EER 10,                                     309          $0. 124       ENE~GYSTAR or better Freezer                                       117          $544
 10 to 12 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                           330          $0. 125       Whole House Fans                                                   122          $596
 Wall2x4 R- 13 to 2x6 R- 13 Insulation (0, 14)                         333          $0. 209       Energy SlatOvv (1:1'..0."'6) ,                                     124          $741
 Whole House Fans                                                      342          $0, 312       HE\BtpumpVl!aterHeater (EF'T2;4)                                   129          $756
 10 to 13 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                           350          $0, 409       ENERGY STAR or better Refriglarator                                130          $856,
 Solar Water Heater                                                    365          $0.477      . Ceiling Fans                                                       132         $1, 034
 Ceiling Fans                                                          367          $0. 542       10 to 14 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                        138         $1, 514
 10 to 14 SEER S lit-S stem Air Conditioner                            373          $1, 616      SolarWaterHeateir                                                   139         $5927
                                                     Measures incremental to Phase II are highlighted.




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                                                                              Exhibit

                                 Commercial- Existing Energy Efficiency Supply Curve Data

                                                                                        Levelized                                                                                       Levelized
                    Measure                                        Cumulative                                                                                          Cumulative
                                                    GWH Savings                     Energy Cost                            Measure                       MW Savings                   Capacity Cost
                                                                  GWH Savings                                                                                          MW Savings
                                                                                      $/kWh                                                                                              $/kW
Outdoor Lighting Controls (Photocell/Timeclock)                                          $0;017       DX Packaged System , EER- 10. 9, 10 tons                                            $88
    geration ,
Refri                                                  34.           39;3                $0:0211      T8/EB Replacement                                                                   $116
Prog. Thermostat - DX                                  10.           49.                 $0. 028      Prog. Thermostat - DX                                                               $136
T8/EB Replacement                                      56.           106.                $0. 031      CFL Screw- , Modular 18W                                                            $155
CFL Screw- , Modular 18W                               79.           185.                $0. 040      Window Film (Standard)                                                              $180
Ventilation                                            16.           202.                $0. 047      Ref~ge~ti9n , .                                                                     $?03
Occupancy Sensor                                       11.           213.                $0.059       Occupancy Sensor                                                                    $200
HighPressure Sodium 250WLamp                                         gzO                     056      DX Tune Up/ Advanced Diagnostics                                                    $312
DX Packaged System , EER=10. , 10 tons                 19,           240.                $0,057       Evaporative Pre- Cooler                                                             $446
DX Tune Upl Advanced Diagnostics                       13.           253.2               $0. 068      Ventilation                                                                         $481
Heating                                                69.           323;0               $0; 068      Continuous Dimming                                                                  $474
Window Film (Standard)                                  7.4          330,                $0. 114      Water Heating                                                                       $691
Water Heating                                                        337:5               $0, 117      HiQtiF'r~ur~SocliUIT1, ?50W Lamp                                                   $6,'733
Continuous Dimming                                     32.           369.                $0. 233      Outdoor Lighting Cpnti'ols (PhotocelllTimeclock)                                    N/A
Eva orative Pre- Cooler                                              376.                $0.290       Heatin '                                                                            N/A

                                                  *Measures incremental to Phase II are highlighted.

                                                                              Exhibit                 15*
               Commercial- New Construction Energy Efficiency Supply Curve                                                                     Data -    10 Years

                                                                                         Levelized                                                                                        Levelized
                                                                    Cumulative                                                                                           Cumulative
                     Measure                        GWH Savings                         Energy Cost                         Measure                       MW Savings                    Capacity Cost
                                                                  GWH Savings                                                                                           MW Savings
                                                                                          $/kWh                                                                                             $/kW
Low-e Windows                                                                             $0. 022      Low-e Windows                                                        3.4             $33
10 % More Efficient Lighting Design                     14.4           19.                $0. 023      10 % More Efficient Lighting Design                                                  $87
Refrigeration                                           11.4           30.                $0. 026      DX Packaged System                                                   11.              $92
20 % More Efficient Lighting Design                     15.            46.                $0. 034      20 % More Efficient Lightin~ Desi!:)n                                16.             $109
Ventilation                                                            51.                $0. 047      R~frigerati9n                                                        17$             $219..
Water Heating                                                          52.                    058      DX Tune Up/ Advanced Diagnostics                                     20.             $318
DX Packaged System                                                     59.4               $0. 060      vv~terHeating' .                                                     20.             $344
DX Tune U     Advanced Dia nostics                                     69.                $0. 070      Ventilation                                                          20.             $481

                                                  *Measures incremental to Phase II are highlighted.



4.3           FORECASTS OF ACHIEVABLE PROGRAM POTENTIAL SCENARIOS

In this section we present our overall achievable potential forecasts. In contrast to technical and
economic potential estimates, achievable potential estimates take into account market and other
factors that affect adoption of efficiency measures. Our method of estimating measure adoption
takes into account market barriers and reflects actual consumer and business implicit discount
rates (see Section 2 for this methodology). Achievable potential refers to the amount of savings
that would occur in response to one or more specific program interventions.             Net savings
associated with program potential are savings that are projected beyond those that would occur
naturally in the absence of any market intervention. Because achievable potential will vary
significantly as a function of the specific type and degree of intervention applied, we develop
estimates for multiple scenarios. Peak demand and energy savings forecasts were developed
for four possible program- funding scenarios. These scenarios were designed to address market
changes to increasing incentive levels (as a percent of incremental measure cost) and marketing
levels. The scenarios include:

              A Low efficiency funding scenario with rebates covering 33% of incremental measure
              costs and base marketing levels;




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   2. A Moderate efficiency funding scenario with rebates covering 50% of incremental
        measure costs and slightly higher marketing expenditures;

   3. A High efficiency funding              scenario with rebates ramping up over                 time to     75% of
        incremental measure costs and significantly increased marketing expenditures; and

   4. A Maximum Achievable scenario with rebates ramping up over time to cover 100% of
        incremental measure costs and marketing expenditures sufficient to create maximum
        market awareness. Maximum achievable efficiency potential is the amount of economic
        potential that could be achieved over time under the most aggressive program scenario
        possible.17

We forecasted program energy and peak demand savings under each achievable potential
scenario for a 10-year period beginning in 2004. Our estimates of achievable potentials and their
effect on forecasted demand and energy consumption are shown in Exhibits 4- 15 through 4-
for both Phase II and Phase

As shown in Exhibit 4- 15a, by 2013  net18 peak demand savings are projected to be roughly 42
MW under Low, 72 MW under Moderate, 116 MW under High, and 190 MW under Maximum
efficiency spending scenarios. In Exhibit 4- 16a , we show projected net annual energy savings of
195 GWh under Low , 298 GWh under Moderate, 489 under High, and 681 GWh under
Maximum efficiency futures.

Exhibit 4- 17   provides a breakdown of Year- l0 peak demand reduction potential by scenario,
sector and vintage for both Phase II and Phase          I results. As shown, the residential and
commercial existing construction market segments account for most of the potential for the Low
and Moderate scenarios. The residential existing segment accounts for an increasing share of
potential impacts for the higher funding scenarios. Exhibits 4- 18 and 4- 19 summarize the total
ten-year results for all funding scenarios for both phases of results. Exhibit 4- 18 juxtaposes the
total program benefits - based on the cumulative avoided costs associated with each scenario -
with a breakout of the various cost components. Exhibit 4- 19 provides the total ten-year
program spending and forecasted achievable potential estimates by program scenario, sector
and vintage. All of the funding scenarios are cost effective based on the TRC test. The TRC
benefit-cost ratios are 1.7, 1.6, 1.5, and 1.4 for the Low, Moderate, High , Maximum Achievable
scenarios, respectively.




     17 Experience with efficiency programs shows that maximum achievable potential for voluntary programs will
always be less than economic potential for two key reasons. First, even if 100 percent of the extra costs to customers of
purchasing an energy-efficient product are paid for through program financial incentives such as rebates , not all
customers will agree to install the efficient product. Second, delivering programs to customers requires additional
expenditures for administration and marketing beyond the costs of the measures themselves. These added program
costs reduce the amount of potential that it is economic to acquire. Policy makers should consider a combination of
standards that follow behind strong voluntary programs as a more optimal efficiency acquisition strategy than trying
to achieve maximum potential through voluntary programs only.
    18 Again net refers throughout this chapter to savings beyond those estimated to be naturally occurring, that is,
from customer adoptions that would occur in the absence of any programs or new standards.


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                                                           Exhibit 4- 15a
    Phase    II   Net Peak De mand Reduction Potential                 by   Funding Scenario, 10- Year Forecast
                                      1-- Max Achievable   -- High Moderate   -- Low -- Nat. Occurring

                                200

                                180

                                160

                                140

                                120
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                                                                    Year




                                                           Exhibit 4- 15b
     Phase        Net Peak Demand Reduction Potential                  by   Funding Scenario, 10- Year Forecast


                                      1-- Max. Achievable -- High    Moderate --   Low --   Nat. Occurring

                           200
                            180

                            160

                            140

                            120
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                                                              Exhibit 4- 16a
          Phase            II   Net Ene rgy   Savings Potential by Funding Scenario, 10- Year Forecast

                                         1-- Max Achievable   -- High Moderate --   Low -- Nat. Occurring

                                800

                                700

                                600

                         s; 500
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                                400

                                300
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                                200

                                100




                                                                       Year




                                                      Exhibit 4- 16b
           Phase                Net Energy Savings Potential by Funding Scenario, 10- Year Forecast

                                      1-- Max. Achievable -- High      Moderate -- Low   -- Nat. Occurring

                          700

                           600

                   ~ 500

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                                                          Exhibit 4- 17a
 Phase    II   Net Peak Demand Reduction                  Potential by     Funding Scenari o and Segment- Year
                                               I- Res Exist - Res   NC D Com Exist D Com NC
                        200

                        180

                        160
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                        120

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                                                                    Scenario



                                                           Exhibit 4- 17b
  Phase        Net Peak Demand Reduction Potential                    by   Funding Scenario and Segment- Year




                                       I - Res Exist      - Res        D Com Exist        DCom NC

                       200
                        180
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                        120
                        100
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                              Nat. Occurring        Low             Medium              High                Max.
                                                                                                        Achievable
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                                                                            Exhibit 4- 18a
                          Phase          II    Cumulative Ten- Year Program Costs and Benefits


                       $450
                                          II Net Benefits
                       $400               0 Total Benefits
                                          . Program          Incentives
                       $350               . Non- Incentive        Participant Costs
               CI)
                                          0 Marketing
               ~ $300                     . Administration

              (;f).
               S: $250

               ~ $200

               ~ $150
               a..
                       $100

                        $50


                                                 Low                        Moderate                           High                 Max. Achievable


        A voided cost benefits and program costs discounted at nominal rate of 8 percent per year.




                                                                             Exhibit 4- 18b
                              Phase            Cumulative Ten- Year Program Costs and Benefits



                       $350
                                              i!I!INet Benefits

                                              DTotal Benefits
                       $300                   . Program Incentives
                                              . Non- Incentive Participant Costs
                CI)
                ~ $250                        0 Marketing
                                              . Administration
               (;f).
                S: $200


               ~ $150

                CI)

               C: $100

                        $50



                                                 Low                         Moderate                          High                  Max. Achievable

        Avoided cost benefits and program costs discounted at nominal rate of 8 percent per year.



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                                                        Exhibit 4- 19a
          Summary of Phase               II   Net Achievable Energy Efficiency Potential Forecasts
                                                   Year  10 (2013) Impacts


                                                  Cumulative 10-
                                                   Year Program      Net MW       Net Annual
                                                     Costs ($      Reductions by GWh Savings by Total Resource
       Sector/Vinta~e              Scenario         Millions)*        2013            2013           Cost Ratio


      Residential            Low                       $16                                              1.6

      Existing               Moderate                  $31                             126              1.5

                             High                      $78                             249              1.4

                             Maximum                   $148            103             348              1.3

       Residential           Low

       New                   Moderate                  $12                                              1.8

       Construction          High                      $21                                              1.7

                             Maximum                   $38                                               1.6

       Commercial            Low                       $15                                               1.7

       Existing              Moderate                  $24                             126               1.7

                             High                       $37                            159               1.6

                             Maximum                    $60                            202               1.5

       Commercial            Low

       New                   Moderate                                                                    1.7

       Construction          High                       $12                                              1.5

                             Maximum                    $28                                              1.2

       Total                 Low                        $39                            195               1.8

                             Moderate                   $73                            298               1.7

                             High                      $149             116            488               1.6

                             Maximum                   $274             190            681               1.3


                              Program costs discounted for inflation at 3 percent per year.



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                                                        Exhibi        19b
             Summary of Phase                 Net Achievable Energy Efficiency Potential Forecasts
                                                   Year  10    (2013) Impacts


                                                  Cumulative 10-
                                                   Year Program      Net MW       Net Annual
                                                      Costs ($     Reductions by GWh Savings by Total Resource
        Sector/Vinta2e             Scenario          Millions) *       2013           2013           Cost Ratio


       Residential          Low                         $12                                             1.3

       Existing             Moderate                    $25                                             1.3

                            High                         $68                           200              1.3

                            Maximum                     $139                           295              1.2

       Residential          Low                                                                         1.9

       New                  Moderate                                                                    1.9

       Construction             High                     $14                                            1.7

                            Maximum                      $46                                            1.5

       Commercial               Low                      $12                                             1.4

       Existing                 Moderate                 $18                                             1.4

                                High                     $36                            144              1.4

                                Maximum                  $48                            173              1.4

       Commercial               Low                                                                      1.7

       New                      Moderate                                                                 1.6

       Construction             High                     $10                                             1.5

                                Maximum                  $21                                             1.4

         otal
       h'"                      Low                      $31                            131              1.4

                                Moderate                 $54                            201              1.4

                                High                    $128                            395              1.4

                                Maximum                  $255           183             584              1.3

                                 Program costs discounted for inflation at 3 percent per year.




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                            5.   DEMAND RESPONSE POTENTIAL RESUL


This section presents the economic potential and forecast results for Demand Response (DR)
programs. Economic potential estimates are provided first. The forecast impacts DR programs
are provided for three scenarios. The primary drivers in the scenarios are the effort directed at
DR capability building (i. e. marketing, education and the promotion of DR enabling
technologies) and the incentive levels provided to customers who reduce demand.

        ECONOMIC POTENTIAL

As stated in Section 3, an estimate of economic potential is useful because it provides an
indication of the maximum amount of load reduction that could be obtained within an
economic constraint. The    difficulty in determining economic potential for demand response
and rate programs is estimating the total resource cost associated with reducing load. Although
it may be possible in the future to develop an economic potential definition for DR that is
consistent with what is typically done with energy efficiency measures, it was decided to define
and calculate a simplified measure of economic potential for DR programs at this time.

The estimated economic potential for DR programs is shown in Exhibit 5- 1. Economic potential
was defined as the amount of peak load reduction that would occur if all customers had a high
level of DR capability (i.e. awareness, experience, technology) and 50 cents per kWh was offered
as the incentive for all DR programs. Since our definition of economic potential is dependent on
the number and type of programs being offered, the economic potential estimates were based
on the forecast loads and programs that would be in place in 2004 since this is the first year
where the full set of potential programs are modeled to be offered to each market segment.



                                                  Exhibit

                 Economic Potential for Residential and Commercial       DR    Programs

                                                                              % Of Total Peak
                                                            MW in 2004           Demand
             Estimated Applicable Demand for DR                  469               32%
             Economic Potential for DR                           105




The residential sector AC Load Control program component contributes over half of the
economic potential (57%). The economic potential is about 120/0 of the total residential AC load.
The small commercial segment and the large commercial/back-up generation segment provide
about 26% and 170/0        of the total economic potential, respectively.          Overall cooling load
reductions account for about 55% of the commercial economic potential and just over 80% of the
total economic potential.




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           FORECAST SCENARIOS

As discussed in Section 3, four program concepts - AC Load Control (DLC), Critical Peak
Pricing (CPP), Voluntary Demand Response Incentives (DRP), and Back-up Generator
Incentives (BUG) were bundled into four program strategies:

           DLC and BUG - Low Incentive Levels

           All 4 Concepts - Low Incentive Levels

           All 4 Concepts - High Incentive Levels

            Maximum Achievable

The forecast         of   annual estimated MW reduction that would occur                           during system peak
conditions is shown in Exhibit 5-2 for each of the four strategies.

                                                            Exhibit

           Comparison of Load Reduction Forecasts                        Residential and Commercial Sectors
           150

           135              Max. Achievable

                       ....... 4 Concepts - High $
           120
                       --- 4 Concepts -    Low $

           105              OLC & BUG - Low $




     :s: 75
     :2:




              2004         2005          2006        2007       2008          2009   2010   2011      2012   2013
                                                                       Year



DR potential is compared against system peak demand in Exhibit 5-3. It is expected that
 Maximum Achievable " potential would approach economic potential after ten years of
significant investment in building DR capability in the residential and commercial sectors.




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                                                                 Exhibi     t 5-
           Peak Demand Load and                    DR   Potential- Residential                     and Commercial Sectors

                                  -+- Total Peak   Load ---   Technical Potential -.- Economic Potential """*""" Max Achievable

               000

               800

               600

          1,400

               200

          1,   000

               800

               600

               400

               200


                     2004     2005       2006           2007              2008       2009          2010           2011            2012   2013
                                                                                 Year



A comparison of the estimated total annual cost for the three scenarios is provided in Exhibit
4. These costs include program administration, capability building expenditures, and the
equipment costs             associated with direct load control  and metering for the voluntary TaU
program. The metering                costs required for the dynamic rate programs were not included in
these cost estimates.




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                                                                  Exhibit

         Forecast of Estimated Costs by Scenario                                    Residential and Commercial Sectors
                                  -*"" Max.Achievable    -+-4 Concepts - High $ -+-4 Concepts - Low $ -+-   DLC & BUG - Low $


        $12 000



        $10 000



         $8, 000



     a $6 000


             000



               000




                 2004         2005        2006           2007                2008          2009   2010         2011        2012    2013
                                                                                    Year



Exhibit 5- 5   summarizes the net present value of 10- year program costs and benefits for each
program strategy.

                                                                   Exhibit

                                  Net Present Value of                      10   Year Costs and Benefits


                                                   Avoided Costs                  Program Costs ($ Utility Benefit- Cost
           Pro~ram Strategy                               ($ Mil.)                      Mil.)              Ratio                  Potential
AC OLC and Back-up Gen - Low $                              $4.                            $7.
All 4 Concepts - Low $                                      $5.                            $9.
All 4 Concepts - High $                                    $12.                            $21.
 Maximum Achievable                                        $19.                            $45.                0.44                 129




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          provides the MW impact and program cost forecast results for the DLC and BUG -
Exhibit 5- 6
Low Incentives scenario. The estimated load reductions grow from 3.5 MW in 2004 to 24. 6 MW
in 2013. Program costs (including incentives) increase from $0. 84 million in 2004 to $1.59
million in 2013.


                                                                         Exhibit

                                  Forecast Results: DLC and BUG                             Low Incentive Levels


Year                                                 2004         2005         2006      2007    2008     2009     2010    2011    2012        2013

Critical Peak   Pricin~   (CPP)

MW Impact


Incentive Costs ($1 OOOs)



Demand Response Incentives (DRP)


MW Impact

Incentive Costs ($1 OOOs)



AC load Control (DlC)


MW Impact                                               2.3                                       10.      12.      14.3     16.    18.         20.

Incentive Costs ($1 OOOs)                                                          123     162     203      245      287     329     372         417

Back- Up Generator Incentives (BUG)


MW Impact                                                1.3         1.8           2.3              3.3      3.4

I ncentive Costs ($1O00s)


DR Total


MW Impact                                                                          8.4     10.     13.      15.      17.     20.     22.3        24.

 Incentive Costs ($1 OOOs)                                          101            145     190     237      279      322     365     409         455


Admin , equipment, and marketing costs
                                                        785         767            815     864     917      941      983     028     074         134
($1000s)




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Exhibit 5- 6    provides the MW impact and program cost forecast results for the 4 Concept - Low
Incentives scenario. The DLC and BUG program concept results are similar to the DLC-BUG
scenario presented in the previous table. Increases in impacts result from the addition of the
CPP and DRP program concepts. The estimated load reductions grow from 4. 2 MW in 2004 to
29. 3 MW in 2013. Program costs (including incentives) increase from $1.02 million in 2004 to
$1.88 million in 2013.


                                                                 Exhibit

                              Forecast Results:           Concepts               Moderate Incentive Levels


Year                                              2004    2005         2006       2007     2008    2009    2010    2011    2012    2013

Critical Peak Pricin2 (CPP)

MW Impact                                           0.4      0.7                    1.1      1.4     1.6     1.9             2.4

Incentive Costs ($1O00s)


Demand Response Incentives (ORP)


MW Impact                                                    0.3           0.4                                       1.0     1.1      1.3


Incentive Costs ($1 OOOs)



AC Load Control (OLC)


MW Impact                                                    4.3                     8.4    10.     12.     14.     17.     19.      21.6

Incentive Costs ($1 OOOs)                                                  127      168      210     253     297     341     385     432

Back- Up Generator Incentives (BUG)


MW Impact                                           1.3       1.8                                    3.4

Incentive Costs ($1O00s)


DR Total


MW Impact                                                                           12.     15.     18.     21.1    23.     26.      29.

Incentive Costs ($1 OOOs)                                    121           172      225      279     329     379     431     483      538

Admin , equipment, and marketing costs
                                                    952      938           991      044      102     130     177     227     278      345
($1000s)




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Exhibit 5- 7provides the MW impact and program cost forecast results for the 4 Concept - High
Incentives scenario. Most of the increase over the 4 Concept - Low Incentives scenario are
attributable to the DLC program concept. The estimated load reductions grow from 8.4 MW in
2004 to 69. MW in    2013. Program costs (including incentives) increase from $2. 12 million in
2004 to $4. 86            million in 2013.


                                                                     Exhibit

                                   DR   Forecast Results:                Concepts           High Incentive Levels


Year                                                  2004        2005         2006       2007    2008    2009    2010    2011         2012    2013

Critical Peak   Pricin~    (CPP)


MW Impact                                                                                   1.3             1.8             2.4

Incentive Costs ($10005)


Demand Response Incentives (DRP)


MW Impact                                                                           0.4                                     1.1          1.2      1.4

Incentive Costs ($10005)                                                                                                         9 I



AC Load Control (DLC)


MW Impact                                                          11.9         17.        23.     29.     35.     41.     47.          54.      60.

Incentive Costs ($10005)                                    172     332             496     663     834     002     171     342          515      698

Back- Up Generator Incentives (BUG)


MW Impact                                                   1.6                             3.4                             4.4

Incentive Costs ($10005)

DR Total


MW Impact                                                   8.4    15.          22.        29.     36.     42.     49.     55.          62.      69.

Incentive Costs ($10005)                                    203     377             555     737     923     098     276   1,455          637      829

Admin , equipment, and marketing
                                                            916     960             097     235     385     465     589     721          855      033
costs ($1000s)




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Finally, Exhibit 5-8 shows the maximum achievable forecast results. All four program concepts
show significant increases in impacts versus the 4 Concept - High Incentives scenario. The
estimated load reductions grow from 14. 5 MW in 2004 to 128. 9 MW in 2013. Program costs
(including incentives) increase from $4. 08 million in 2004 to $10.52 million in 2013.


                                                     Exhibit

                                      Forecast Results: Maximum Achievable

Year                                      2004    2005         2006     2007    2008    2009    2010    2011    2012     2013

Critical Peak Pricin~ (CPP)

MW Impact                                   1.4                                                           9.4    10.      12.


Incentive Costs ($10005)                                         128      168    210     252     296      340     386      435

Demand Response Incentives (DRP)


MW Impact                                           1.1                                                   4.4

Incentive Costs ($10005)                                                                                          100      112


AC Load Control (DLe)

MW Impact                                  10.     19.          29.      39.4    49.     59.     70.4    80.     91.6    102.

Incentive Costs ($10005)                    406     788          178      576     984     398     814     236     664      113


Back- Up Generator Incentives (BUG)


MW Impact                                                                                                                   8.4

Incentive Costs ($10005)                                                                  110     124     138     152      167

DR Total


MW Impact                                   14.    26.          38.      50.4    63.     75.     88.     101.    114.     128.

Incentive Costs ($10005)                    515     958        1 ,409     871     344     825     310     802     301      828

Admin , equipment, and marketing costs
                                            565     668          905      143     402     641     871     117     364      688
($1000s)




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                                              6.   DISCUSSION OF UNCERTAINTY


There are two principal classes of uncertainty underlying the results presented in this study.
The first area is uncertainty associated with estimates of the            current characteristics of end-use
electricity consumption and DSM measure data (hereafter current market" uncertainty). The
second area concerns estimates of the            future
                                                            potential for DSM, which is affected by the
uncertainty in the first area , as well as additional uncertainty in future energy prices and electric
load forecasts, changes in market and DSM measure characteristics over time, and forecasts of
customer adoption of measures as a function of program interventions, among other factors
(hereafter, " forecast" uncertainty). While there is considerable overlap in the underlying data
associated with both types of uncertainty, it is useful to separate these classes of uncertainty for
two reasons. First, the study attempts to reduce the effects of the two types of uncertainty
through different approaches. Second , although both types of uncertainty could be reduced
through further research, the types of research necessary are significantly different across the
two classes.

With respect to the first class of uncertainty noted above,                current market   uncertainty, readers and
users of this study should recognize that estimates of DSM potential involve a process of
modeling the substitution of DSM equipment and systems in place of existing energy
equipment and systems. As such, this process starts with estimates of current equipment
characteristics and energy use by end use and market segment. These data typically are
provided as inputs to DSM potential studies and are, in the best of cases, developed from up- to-
date and statistically accurate                    studies that involve detailed   collection of technology market
shares and comprehensive modeling of end-use consumption and peak demand. When these
data are absent, outdated, or                      inaccurate, the uncertainty in estimates of current equipment
shares and associated consumption and peak demand directly impact estimates of DSM
potential because DSM potential varies by equipment type and market segment.

The principal sources of data used to develop estimates of current consumption by end use and
market segment were data from the late 1980s and mid- 1990s (see Section 2). These end-use
data were then analyzed with respect to Idaho Power s latest (2003) forecast of consumption
the sector level. Note that the most recent Idaho Power forecast did not provide any updated
information for this potential study on the end use and market segment shares of energy
consumption or peak demand. In addition, other sources of equipment saturation data were
very limited for this study.

DSM measure data are the second type of data associated with      current market uncertainty.
Examples of DSM measure data include the current incremental costs and savings of DSM
measures, the useful lives of those measures, their current market saturation levels, and
estimates of the fraction of the market for which DSM equipment and systems could substitute
for existing equipment and systems. Fortunately, considerable data on the costs and savings
associated with DSM measures were available for this study. This is attributable to the
considerable number and quality of energy savings measurement and evaluation studies that
have been conducted in the Pacific Northwest, as well as the rest of the United States.
Nonetheless, uncertainties exist to varying degrees in estimates of costs and savings by
individual technology. In general , new measures (e. , those on the market for two years or




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less) have somewhat greater uncertainty in costs and savings than measures that have been on
the market for longer periods (e.g., 3 years or more). The most significant uncertainty in the
measure- level data is also in the area of measure saturation. Measure-level saturation data
typically come from the same types of sources discussed above for baseline equipment
consumption and saturation data.

Turning now to the area of            uncertainty, it should be somewhat obvious that forecasts
                                 forecasting
of DSM potential end electricity demand are also affected by   current market uncertainty. In any
forecasting process, one wants to begin with as accurate an assessment of current conditions as
possible; errors in estimates of current conditions are otherwise carried forward and
exacerbated. However, even with perfect data on current market conditions, forecasts are
subject to their own uncertainties by their very nature. For this study, the key areas of forecast
uncertainty are future:

           end use consumption levels and equipment shares;

           incremental costs and savings for measures on the market today;

           incremental costs and savings for measures not on the market today but likely to be
           available over the ten-year forecast period (no such measures are included in this study);

           DSM program funding levels;

           customer adoption levels of DSM measures as a function of program intervention types
           and levels; and

           benefit-cost ratios for         DSM measures, which,   in addition to uncertainty in future
           measure costs and savings, are a function of uncertainty in:
                 energy and capacity prices, both retail and wholesale,      including those associated
                 with constrained areas,
                 the value of any environmental externalities, and
                 the level of the discount rate used in financial analyses of efficiency measures.

As noted above, there is also uncertainty with future forecasts for Idaho Power electricity sales
and peak demand. If the future demand for electricity turns out to be higher than currently
forecast, then there will be more potential for savings from DSM measures. Likewise, if the
future demand for electricity is lower than expected , the potential for savings from DSM
measures will be lower than the figures provided in this report.




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APPENDICES
              APPENDIX A
ENERGY EFFICIENCY MEASURE DESCRIPTIONS
                                  A.   ENERGY EFFCIENCY MEASURE DESCRIPTIONS


RESIDENTIAL MEASURES

This subsection provides brief descriptions of the residential measures included in this study.

HVAC

Central Air Conditioner Upgrade (Phase                          I and    II):   Air conditioner equipment includes        a
compressor, an air-cooled or evaporatively-cooled condenser (located outdoors), an expansion
valve, and an evaporator coil (located in the supply air duct near the supply fan). Cooling
efficiencies vary based on the quality of the materials used, the size of equipment, the condenser
type, and the configuration of the system. Central air conditioners may be of the unitary variety
(all components housed in a factory-built assembly) or be a split system (an outdoor condenser
section and an indoor evaporator section connected by refrigerant lines and with the
compressor at either the outdoor or indoor location). Efficient air conditioner measures involve
the upgrade of a standard efficiency                      unit (10   SEER) to a higher   efficiency unit (12   , 13, or
SEER) .

Direct Evaporative Cooler (Phases I and II):Evaporative coolers use a fan to draw in outside
air and pass it through moistened pads before it enters the home, humidifying, filtering, and
reducing the temperature of the air by as much as 20 degrees. Energy savings are due to the low
voltage requirement of the fan, which also allows the units to be plugged into any standard
outlet. The units are most effective when the outside temperature is consistently near 100
degrees.

Ceiling Fans (Phase I and                      I):   The convective heat transfer from the body depends on the
velocity of the air              moving over it. Humans can remain comfortable                     in a   warm humid
environment if the air movement is high. For this measure, propeller style fans are hung from
the ceiling to provide air motion directly to occupants. Energy savings are assumed to occur
because higher cooling temperature set points are facilitated by the rapid air motion provided
by the fans.

Whole House Fans (Phases I and II): Whole house fans keep a home cool during the cooling
months instead of running the air conditioner. These fans typically consume 0. 22kW (1/3 hp),
about one- third the consumption of a central air conditioner. These fans pull cool air from the
outside, move air through the house, and/ or remove hot air through the attic.

Attic Venting             Attic venting reduces heat gain in the summer and prevents
                         (Phase II):

condensation (humidity) in the winter. This measure involves a motor- driven, thermostat-
controlled fan.

HV AC Diagnostic Testing And Repair (Phases I and II):     This measure involves diagnostic and
repair services for existing central air conditioners to improve their efficiency. Inspection and
services of AC systems involves checking the refrigerant level, cleaning the coils, cleaning the
blower, and cleaning or replacing filters.



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High Efficiency Room Air Conditioner (Phases I and II):    Window (or wall) mounted room air
conditioners are designed to cool individual rooms or spaces. This type of unit incorporates a
complete air-cooled refrigeration and air- handling system in an individual package. Cooled air
is discharged in response to thermostatic control to meet room requirements. Each unit has a
self-contained, air-cooled direct expansion (DX) cooling system and associated controls. The
efficient room air conditioner measure involves the upgrade of a standard efficiency unit (9
SEER) to a higher efficiency unit (10.5 SEER).

Building Envelope

Duct Repair (Phases I and II): An ideal duct system would be free of leaks, especially when the
ducts are outside the conditioned space. Leakage in unsealed ducts varies considerably with the
fabricating machinery used, the methods for assembly, installation workmanship, and age of
the ductwork. To seal ducts, a wide variety of sealing methods and products exist. Care should
be taken to tape or otherwise seal all joints to minimize leakage in all duct systems and the
sealing material should have a projected life of 20 to 30 years. Current duct sealing methods
include use of computer-controlled            aerosol and pre- and post-sealing   duct pressurization
testing.

Duct Insulation (Phases I and II): Insulation material inhibits the transfer of heat through the
air-supply duct. Several types of ducts and duct insulation are available, including flexible duct,
pre- insulated flexible duct, duct board, duct wrap, tacked or glued rigid insulation, and water
proof hard shell materials for exterior ducts. Duct insulation for existing construction involves
wrapping un-insulated ducts with an R- 4 insulating material.

Window Film (Phases I and II):   This measure involves application of a dark-colored film to the
existing windows of a home. The film lowers the shading coefficient of a window, reducing the
amount of solar heat gain of a building, and thus decreasing the cooling load for the building.

Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane Med Low-E Coating (Phases I and II):
Windows affect building energy use through thermal heat transfer (U-value), solar heat gains
(shading coefficient), daylighting (visible light transmittance), and air leakage. The performance
of a window is determined by the type of glass, the number of panes, the solar transmittance,
the thickness of, and the gas type used in the gap between panes (for multi-pane windows).

Ceiling and Floor Insulation (Phases I and II): Thermal insulation is material or combinations
of materials that are used to inhibit the flow of heat energy by conductive, convective, and
radiative transfer modes. By inhibiting the flow of heat energy, thermal insulation can conserve
energy by reducing heat loss or gain of a structure. An important characteristic of insulating
materials is the thermal resistivity, or R-value. The R-value of a material is the reciprocal of the
time rate of heat flow through a unit of this material in a direction perpendicular to two areas of
different temperatures.

Wall Insulation (Phases I and II): For existing construction, this measure involves adding R-
insulation to un- insulated walls. This is usually accomplished by           drilling holes into the
building s siding and blowing in insulation material.

Infiltration Reduction (Phases           I and II):  Infiltration reduction measures include weather
stripping and caulking.          These measures reduce energy consumption by improving the tightness


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of the building shell and limiting heat gain and loss. Home installation of these measures is
usually most effective at fixing easily found leaks. Professional installation of these measures
sometimes includes use of blower doors and is usually much more effective than home
installation methods. Measure costs for this study reflect professional weatherization.

Lighting

Compact Fluorescent Lighting (CFLs) (Phase II): Compact fluorescent lamps are designed to
replace standard incandescent lamps. They are approximately four times more efficient than
incandescent light sources. Screw-in modular lamps have reusable ballasts that typically last the
life of four lamps.

Appliances

Energy Star Efficiency Refrigerator (Phase II): ENERGY ST ARCS) refrigerators must exceed the
stringent new July 1 2001 minimum federal standards for refrigerator energy consumption by
at least 10 percent. As specified for this study, the average efficiency improvement is 15 percent.
An energy efficient refrigerator/freezer is designed by improving the various components of
the cabinet and refrigeration system. These component improvements include cabinet
insulation, compressor efficiency, evaporator fan efficiency, defrost controls, mullion heaters,
oversized condenser coils, and improved door seals.

High Efficiency Freezer (Phase II): Stand-alone freezers include either upright or chest models.
Efficient freezers should exceed standard efficiencies by 10 percent or more. As specified for
this study, the average efficiency improvement is 15 percent.

Water Heat

Heat Pump Water Heater (Phase II): Air-to-water heat pump water heaters extract low- grade
heat from the air then transfer this heat to the water by means of an immersion coil. This is the
most commonly utilized residential heat pump water heater. The air-to-water heat pump unit
includes a compressor, air- to-refrigerant evaporator coil, evaporator fan, water circulating
pump, refrigerant- to-water condenser coil, expansion valve, and controls. Residential heat
pump water heaters replace base electric units with the same tank capacities.

Water Heater Tank Wrap (Phase II): Much of water heater efficiency is related to the amount of
insulation surrounding the tank. For low-efficiency units, placing an additional layer of
insulation around the tank saves energy by reducing the amount of heat loss due to inadequate
insulation.

Solar Water Heater (Phase II): Heat transfer technology that uses the sun s energy to warm
water. Solar water heaters preheat water supplied to a conventional domestic hot water heating
system. The energy savings for the system depend on solar radiation, air temperatures, water
temperatures at the site, and the hot water use pattern.

Low-Flow Showerhead (Phase II): Many households are still equipped with showerheads
using 3+ gallons per minute. Low flow showerheads can significantly reduce water heating
energy for a nominal cost. Typical low- flow showerheads use 1.0-2.5 gallons per minute
compared to conventional flow rate of 3.5- 0 gallons per minute. The reduction in shower


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water use can substantially lower water heating energy use since showering accounts for about
one- fourth of total domestic hot water energy use.

Pipe Wrap (Phase II):   Thermal insulation is material or combinations of materials that are used
to inhibit the flow of heat energy by conductive, convective, and radiative transfer modes. By
inhibiting the flow of heat energy, thermal insulation can conserve energy by reducing heat loss
or gaIn.

Tankless Water Heater (Phase II):   Also known as " instant" or " on- demand" water heaters,
tankless units function only when a hot water faucet is turned on. There is no energy required
to maintain the temperature of the water in a tank, which results in significant energy savings.

Energy Star and High Efficiency Clothes Washer (Phases I and II):   A standard clothes washer
uses various temperatures, water levels, and cycle durations to wash clothes depending on the
clothing type and size of the laundry load.

Energy Star Dishwasher (Phase II):          ENERGY STAR labeled dishwashers save by using both
improved technology for the primary wash cycle, and by using less hot water to clean. They
include more effective washing action, energy efficient motors and other advanced technology
such as sensors that determine the length of the wash cycle and the temperature of the water
necessary to clean the dishes.



COMMERCIAL MEASURES

This subsection provides brief descriptions of the commercial measures included in this study.

Lighting

Super T - 8 Lamps with Electronic Ballast (Phase 11)19 T - 8 lamps are a smaller diameter
fluorescent lamp than T - 12 lamps. When paired with specially designed electronic ballasts, T-
lamps provide more lumens per watt, resulting in energy savings. Electronic ballasts replace the
standard core and coil technology in magnetic ballasts with solid-state components. This
technology allows for more consistent control over ballast output and converts power to higher
frequencies, causing the fluorescent lamps to operate more efficiently. For existing first
generation T - 8 systems, this measure is specified as an upgrade to efficiency levels associated
with optimal Super T- 8Iamp-ballast combinations on a replace-on-burnout basis.

Reflectors (Phases I and II):   Optical reflectors are mirrored surfaces installed in fluorescent
fixtures to direct light toward a specific area or work surface. By installing optical reflectors,
four- lamp and three- lamp fluorescent fixtures can be reduced to two lamp fixtures and still
meet the needed lighting levels.




     19 Second generation T- 8lamps and ballasts were included in the Phase I work. The measure was upgraded to a
 Super T - 8 lamp-ballast combination for Phase II.



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Occupancy Sensors (Phases I and              II):   Occupancy sensors (infrared or ultrasonic motion
detection devices) turn lights onupon entry of a person into a room , and then turn the lights off
from 1h minute to 20 minutes after they have left. Occupancy sensors require proper installation
and calibration. Their savings depend on the mounting type.

Continuous Dimming (Phases I and II): Dimming electronic ballasts can be incorporated into a
daylighting strategy around the perimeter of office buildings or in areas under skylights. These
systems use photocells to reduce power consumption and light output when daylight is
available.

Compact Fluorescent Lighting (CFLs) (Phases I and         Compact fluorescent lamps are
                                                                    II):

designed to replace standard incandescent lamps. They are approximately four times more
efficacious than incandescent light sources. Screw- in modular lamps have reusable ballasts that
typically last for four lamp lives.
High Pressure Sodium Lamps (Phase II):    In many situations, 400 watt mercury vapor lamps
can be replaced by 250 watt high pressure sodium (BPS) lamps. BPS lamps are BID lighting
and emit a golden-white or yellow light. The color rendition for BPS lamps is worse than for
MV lamps, but the number of lumens per watt, although dependent on the size of the lamps, is
much improved over MV lamps.

Outdoor Lighting Controls (Photocells and Timeclocks) (Phase II):   Photocells can be used to
automatically control both outdoor lamps and indoor lamps adjacent to skylights and windows.
When lights do not need to be on all night, a photocell in series with a time clock provides
maximum savings and eliminates the need for manual operation and seasonal time clock
adjustments. Time clocks enable users to turn on and off electrical equipment at specific times
during the day or week.

10 % More Efficient Design (Lighting) (Phases I and II): This scenario represents a 10 percent
reduction in lighting power densities and associated energy usage below current practice. This
decrease would be achieved through modest design changes that focus on better optimization
of fixture layout and product choices, but would not require aggressive use of controls and
daylighting.

20    More Efficient Design (Lighting) (Phases I and II):    This scenario incorporates all of the
savings associated with the 100 Improvement case and adds savings associated with advanced
                               /0
lighting controls and daylighting. This represents a 20 percent reduction in energy usage below
current practice. Note that summer peak demand savings would be higher under this scenario
due to the coincidence of available daylight with this period.

Space Cooling

DX Packaged System Efficiency Upgrade (Phases I and              A single-package A/C unit
                                                                           II):

consists of a single package (or cabinet housing) containing a condensing unit, a compressor,
and an indoor fan/ coil. An additional benefit of package units is that there is no need for field-
installed refrigerant piping, thus minimizing labor costs and the possibility of contaminating
the system with dirt, metal, oxides or non-condensing gases. This measure involves installation
of a TIER 2 high-efficiency unit (EER=10. 9) as compared to a base case unit with EER=10.




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Tune up/Advanced Diagnostics(Phases I and II):      The assumed tune-up includes cleaning the
condenser and evaporator coils, establishing optimal refrigerant levels, and purging refrigerant
loops of entrained air. The qualifying relative performance range for a tune-up is between
and 85 percent of the rated efficiency of the unit. Includes fresh air economizer controls
providing demand control ventilation and consisting of a logic module, enthalpy sensor(s), and
CO2 sensors in appropriate applications.

Low-e Windows(Phases I and II):                         Low-e (short for low-emissivity) windows, have thin metal
coatings that permit the entry of short-wave radiation but block the exit of the majority of the
long-wave thermal energy. The energy savings from these measures are due to the reduced
load placed on the primary cooling equipment.

Direct Evaporative Cooler(Phases I and II):                     Evaporative coolers use a fan to draw in outside air
and pass it through moistened pads before it enters a building, humidifying, filtering, and
reducing the temperature of the air by as much as 20 degrees. Energy savings are due to the low
voltage requirement of the fan, which also allows the units to be plugged into any standard
outlet. The units are most effective when the outside temperature is consistently near 100
degrees.

Air Handler Optimization, 5 HP(Phase II):                       Optimization of abuilding s   air-   handling system is
concerned principally with the proper  sizing and configuration of its HV AC units. Energy
savings can result from a variety of improvements, including reduced equipment loads and
better functionality of existing equipment.

Window Film(Phases              Reflective window film is an effective way to reduce solar
                                     I and       II):

energy gains, thus reducing mechanical cooling energy consumption. Windows affect building
energy use through thermal heat transfer (U-value), solar heat gains (shading coefficient),
daylighting (visible light transmittance), and air leakage.

Evaporative Pre-cooler (Phases I and II):                     Evaporative pre-cooler pre-cools outdoor air through
an air- to-water heat exchanger so that the outdoor supply air is sensibly cooled and humidity is
not raised. This process is designed to reduce the need for mechanical cooling by providing a
cooler than ambient source of supply outdoor air. The effectiveness of this measure is highly
dependent on the characteristics of the outdoor and the cooling requirements of the building.

Programmable Thermostat (Phases I and          Setback programmable thermostats are
                                                                    II):

appropriate controls for BV AC equipment that serve spaces with regular occupied and
unoccupied periods, resulting in long periods of time when heating and cooling setpoints can
be adjusted.

Roof / Ceiling Insulation (Phases I and II):   Thermal insulation is material or combinations of
materials that are used to inhibit the flow of heat energy by conductive, convective, and
radiative transfer modes. By inhibiting the flow of heat energy, thermal insulation can conserve
energy by reducing heat loss or gain of a structure. An important characteristic of insulating
materials is the thermal resistance, or R-value. The R-value of a material is the reciprocal of the
time rate of heat flow through a unit of this material in a direction perpendicular to two areas of
different temperatures.




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Installation of Air- Side Economizers (Phases I and II): Air-side economizers reduce the energy
consumption associated with cooling by providing access to outside air when temperatures
permit - in lieu of using mechanical cooling of recirculated indoor air.

Ventilation

Motor Efficiency Upgrade (Phases I and II): Premium-efficiency motors use additional copper
to reduce electrical losses and better magnetic materials to reduce core losses, and are generally
built to more precise tolerances. Consequently, such motors are more reliable, resulting in
reduced downtime and replacement costs. Premium-efficiency motors may also carry longer
manufacturer s warranties.

VFD on Motor Installation (Phases I and II): Energy usage in HV AC systems can be reduced
by installing electronic variable frequency drives (VFDs) on ventilation fans. VFDs are a far
more efficient method of regulating speed or torque than throttling valves, inlet vanes and fan
dampers. Energy required to operate a fan motor can be reduced as much as 85% during
reduced load conditions by installing a VFD.

Installation of     Automated Building Ventilation Control (via Occupancy Sensors, CO2
Sensors, Etc. )   (Phases I and II): Often, usage of a building s ventilation control goes beyond
what is necessary to maintain a healthy and comfortable environment. A variety of controls can
save energy by limiting the use of the ventilation system to minimum amount necessary.
Sensors that detect critical contaminants activate ventilations systems only when necessary.
Occupancy sensors limit the operation ventilation systems to periods when the building is
use.

Refrigeration

Motor Efficiency Upgrade for Fans and Compressors (Phase II): In addition to saving energy,
premium-efficiency motors are more reliable, resulting in reduced downtime and replacement
costs.

Strip Curtains (Phase II): Installing strip curtains on doorways to walk- in boxes and
refrigerated warehouses can produce energy savings due to decreased infiltration of outside air
into the refrigerated space. Although refrigerated spaces have doors, these doors are often left
open, for example during product delivery and store stocking activities.

Night Covers   (Phase II): Installing film or blanket type night covers on display cases can
significantly reduce the infiltration of warm ambient air into the refrigerated space. This
reduction in display case loads in turn reduces the electric use of the central plant, including
compressors and condensers, thus saving energy. The target market for this measure is small,
independently owned grocery stores and other stores that are typically closed at night and
restock their shelves during the day. The target cases are vertical displays, with a single- or
double-air curtain, and tub (coffin) type cases.

Evaporator Fan Controller for Medium Temperature Walk-Ins (Phase II): In response to the
temperature setpoint being satisfied in a medium temperature walk- in cooler, evaporator fans
are cycled to maintain minimum necessary air flow, which prevents ice build-up on the



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evaporator coils. In conventional systems, fans run constantly whether the temperature setpoint
is satisfied or not.

Variable Speed Compressor Retrofit (Phase II):              A variable speed compressor is a screw or
reciprocating compressor whose current is modulated by a frequency inverter. A controller
senses the compressor suction pressure and modulates the current and therefore the motor
speed in response to changes in this pressure. When low load conditions exist, the current to the
compressor motor is decreased , decreasing the compressor work done on the refrigerant.

Floating Head Pressure Controls (Phase II):                 Floating head pressure controls allow a
refrigeration system to operate under lower condensing temperature and pressure settings,
where compressor operation is most efficient, working against a relatively low head pressure.
The condensing temperature is allowed to float below the design setpoint of, say, 95 deg. F
under lower outdoor temperatures, which in-turn lowers the condensate pressure. In a
conventional system a higher fixed condensing temperature setpoint is used which results in a
lowered capacity for the system, requires extra power, and may overload the compressor motor.
Energy savings can be realized if the refrigeration system head pressure is allowed to float
during periods of low ambient temperature, when the condensing                        temperature can be
dramatically reduced.

Refrigeration Commissioning (Phase II):    Refrigeration commissioning refers to a process
whereby refrigeration systems are subject to inspection on a variety of criteria to ensure
efficiency. The commissioning process can involve tests that cover a system s controls for
humidity and temperature, anti-condensation, and heat recovery, among others.

Demand Defrost (Phase II):           Defrost of a refrigeration system is critical to its efficient operation.
Demand defrost uses a pressure-sensing device to activate the defrost cycle when it detects a
significant drop in pressure of the air across the refrigeration coil. Because load during defrost
can be three times that of normal operation, defrosting on demand only - not when an
individual operator deems it necessary - can save energy by minimizing the amount of time
spent on defrosting.

Humidistat Controls (Phase II): A humidistat control is a control device to turn refrigeration
display case anti-sweat heaters off when ambient relative humidity is low enough that sweating
will not occur. Anti-sweat heaters evaporate moisture by heating the door rails, case frame and
glass of display cases. Savings result from reducing the operating hours of the anti-sweat
heaters, which without a humidistat control generally run continuously. There are various types
of control strategies including cycling on a fixed schedule.

Water Heat

Water Heater Tank Wrap (Phase II):   Much of water heater efficiency is related to the amount of
insulation surrounding the tank. For low-efficiency units, placing an additional layer of
insulation around the tank saves energy by reducing the amount of heat loss due to inadequate
insulation.

Pipe Insulation (Phase   II): Thermal insulation is material or combinations of materials that are
used to inhibit the flow of heat energy by conductive, convective, and radiative transfer modes.



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By inhibiting the flow of heat energy, thermal insulation can conserve energy by reducing heat
loss or gain.

Demand- Controlled Circulating   Systems (Phase II):  Hot water cools quickly within pipes,
causing the initial flow of water to be cooler than desired. Circulating systems transfer hot
water from the pipes back to the heater so that hot water is immediately available upon
activation of the faucet. Recirculation pumps can be activated by a switch,       thermostat, or
motion sensor, with the last typically producing more energy and water savings.




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                                                                                       Unit      Lifetime
                                                                                     Labor       O&M                             Relative Energy Reduction Factors                   1=1 time
                                                                                      Cost        Cost                              SP SPP SOP                                          ROB
 Se ment Measure                      Measure Description
Existin LFM 7.01 Ene Star , EF=D,                                                       .
                                                                                     $.0. 0.0
                        1.0            S
Existing MH 1.0.0 Base, SEER Split- ystem Air Conditioner                          $1,.06.0,.0.0
                                      S
Existing MH 1.01 1.0 to 12 SEER Split- ystem Air Conditioner                       $1,.06.0,.0.0
                                      S
Existing MH 1.02 1.0 to 13 SEER Split- ystem Air Conditioner                       $1,.06.0,.0.0
                                      S
Existing MH 1.03 1.0 to 14 SEER Split- ystem Air Conditioner                       $1,.06.0,.0.0
Existing MH 106 Direct Evaporative Cooler                                                                                         .0.46521 1.47621 .0,99.023
Existing MH 11.0 Ceiling Fans                                                       $4.0,.0.0
                                                                                   $1.0.0,.0.0                                    .0.46521 1.47621 .0,99.023
Existing MH 111 Whole House Fans                                                                                                    8
                                                                                                                                  .0, 3192 1, 1669 1, .09775
Existing MH 112 Attic Venting                                                      $1.0.0,.0.0
Existing MH 113 Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair
Existing MH 114 Duct Repair (.0,32)
Existing MH 115 Ductlnsulation (.0.4)                                                                                               8
                                                                                                                                  .0, 9421 1, 22289 .0, 99331
Existing MH 117 Window Film                                                                                                         9
                                                                                                                                  .0, 2361 1. 17963 .0, 99.011
Existing MH 119 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane, Med Lc                                                                    8
                                                                                                                                  .0, 3192 1, 1669 1.   .09775
Existing MH 12.0 Ceiling R-D to R-19 Insulation (,29)                                                                               7
                                                                                                                                  .0, 3.011 1,3.0917 1, .07261
Existing MH 121 Ceiling R-19 to R-38 Insulation (, 27)                                                                              12641 .0, 77152 .0, 85824
                                       I                  1
Existing MH 122 Wall2x4 R-D to Blow-n R-13 Insulation (.0, 4)                                                                       18363 .0, 76543 .0, 61795
Existin MH 123      InfiltrationReduction .0.4
Existing MH    14.0 Base Room Air Conditioner - EER 9,
Existing MH 141 HE Room Air Conditioner- EER 1.0,
Existing MH    142  Direct Evaporative Cooler
                                                                                    $4.0,.0.0                                     .0.46521 1.47621 .0,99.023
Existing MH    144  Ceiling Fans
                                                                                   $1.0.0,.0.0                                    .0.46521 1.47621 .0,99.023
Existing MH    145  Whole House Fans                                                                                                8
                                                                                                                                  .0, 3192 1, 1669 1, .09775
Existing MH    146  Attic Venting                                                  $1.0.0,.0.0
                                                                                                                                    8
                                                                                                                                  .0, 9421 1,  22289 .0,99331
Existing MH    149  Window Film                                                                                                     9
                                                                                                                                  .0, 2361 1.  17963 .0,99.011
Existing MH    151  Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane, Med Lc                                                                8
                                                                                                                                  .0. 3192 1, 1669 1,   .09775
Existing MH    152  Ceiling R-D to R-19 Insulation (,29)                                                                            7
                                                                                                                                  .0, 3.011 1. 3.0917 1,.07261
Existin9 MH    153  Ceiling R-19 to R-38 Insulation (, 27)                                                                          12641 .0.  77152 .0,85824
Existing MH    154                          I                1
                    Wall2x4 R-D to Blow-n R-13 Insulation (.0, 4)                                                                   18363 .0.  76543 .0,61795
Existin MH     155  Infiltration Reduction
Existing MH 2.0.0 Base                 5
                           Lighting, .0, hrlhday
Existin MH     2.01          5
                    CFL, .0, hrlda
Existing MH    21.0 Base Lighting, 2,5 hrlhday
Existin MH     211  CFL, 2,5 hrlda
Existing MH    22.0 Base Lighting, 6,.0 hrlhday
Existin MH     221  CFL, 6,.0 hrlda
EXistiOg
       MH   3.0.0 ' Bas!lRefrigeralor 15ciJ;ft                                                                                          1 ,
                                                                                                                                     1 ,1 1
ExlStin MH 3.01 ENERGY, STARorbetlerRe " erator                                                                                      1 '                 'l
EXisting MH 4.0.0 Base Free~er '                                                                                                               1.
ExiStin 'MH 4.01 ENERGY STARorbetlerFreezer
                                                        92)
Existing MH ' 5.0.0 " Base 4.0 gal. Water Heating (EF",D.
Exlsj;~gMH 501 Hea,ip'ornpWaterHe;.rer(EF';'2.                                                                                      ,1
EJdStingMH 5.02 TankWrap                                                                                                                       1 1
ExjstingMI:I !;oa, ' SolaJWaiertl~!e(
E~isting MH, 504 ' LowcFloW     ~hOwei11~ds
ExistinMH ' 5   .05 Hot Waier p' lnsolation
Existing MH 6.0.0 Base Clotheswasher(MEF=1'       04)
Existin MH 6.01 SEHA CW Tier 2 MEF=2.
Exis~iJ9MH ,  7.0.0 Ba~ Dist!washer(EF.,     !i2)                                                                                    1 ,
EXistinMH     7.01 Ene Star OW ' EF'=D. ,   76
                                                                                                                                     11
                            1.0          S
 New SF 1.0.0 Base, SEER Split- ystem Air Conditioner
 New SF        1.01                     S
                    1.0 to 12 SEER Split- ystem Air Conditioner
 New SF        1.02                     S
                    1.0 to 13 SEER Split- ystem Air Conditioner
 New SF        1.03                     S
                    1.0 to 14 SEER Split- ystem Air Conditioner
 New SF        1.06 Direct Evaporative Cooler                                                                                     .0.46521 1.47621 .0,99.023
 New SF        11.0 Ceiling Fans                                                                                                  .0.46521 1.47621 .0,99.023
 New SF        111  Whole House Fans                                                                                                8
                                                                                                                                  .0, 3192 1, 1669 1, .09775
 New SF        112  Attic Venting
 New SF        113  Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing AndRepair
 New SF        114                 3
                    Duct Repair (.0, 2)
 New SF        115  Ductlnsulation (.4)                                                                                             8
                                                                                                                                  .0, 9421 1.  22289 .0,99331
 New SF        117  Window Film                                                                                                     9
                                                                                                                                  .0. 2361 1,  17963 .0,99.011
 New SF        119  Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane , Med Lc                                                               8
                                                                                                                                  .0. 3192 1, 1669 1.   .09775
 New SF        12.0 Ceiling R-D to R-19Insulation(, 29)                                                                             7
                                                                                                                                  .0, 3.011 1, 3.0917 1..07261
 New SF        121  Ceiling R-19 to R-38 Insulation (, 27)                                                                          12641 .0,  77152 .0,85824
 New SF 122 WaIl2x4R- 13t02x6R-13Insulation(D, 14)                                                                                  18363 .0,  76543 .0,61795
 New SF        123  InfiltrationReduction .0.
 New SF        14.0 Base Room Air Conditioner - EER 9,
 New SF        141  HE Room Air Conditioner- EER 1.0,
 New SF        142  Direct Evaporative Cooler                                                                                     .0.46521 1.47621 .0.  99.023
                    Ceiling Fans                                                     $4.0..0.0
 New SF        144                                                                  $1.0.0..0.0                                   .0.46521 1.47621 D,   99D23
 New SF        145  Whole House Fans                                                                                                8
                                                                                                                                  .0, 3192 1. 1669 1.   .09775
                    Attic Venting                                                   $1.0.0,.0.0
 New SF        146


                                                                                                                                                 Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                          Appendix                    B -       Measure Inputs (Residential)

                                                                                                                NPVof                                                                            ImplementatiOi
MEASURE COSTS                                                                                                                                                                                        Type
                                                                                     Unit            Unit       Lifetime
                                                                                Equipment           Labor       O&M                            Relative Energy Reduction Factors                   1;1 time
                                                                                     Cost           Cost        Cost                                                                                2;ROB
  Se ment Measure #                     Measure Description                                                                                       SP SPP SOP
                      Window Film                                                   $3,30'                                                      0',89421 1,  22289 0',
                                                                                                                                                         99331
   New SF      149                                                                  $0',50'                                                     0'.92361 1,  17963 0',990'11
   New SF      151    Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane, Med Lc
                      Ceiling R-O'to R-19 Insulation (,29)                          $0',                                                        0',83192 1. 1669 1,   0'9775
   New SF      152
                      Ceiling R-19 to R-38 Insulation (.27)                         $0',                                                        0',730'11 1, 30'917 1.0'7261
   New SF      153                                                                  $0',10'                                                        12641 0', 77152 0',85824
   New SF    154 WaIl2x4R- 13t02x6R- 13Insulation(O',14)
   New SF      155    InfiltrationReduction                                              0
                                                                                  $10'0', '0'
   New SF                               5
             20'0' BaseLighting, 0', hr/hday                                        $0',50'        $0',0'0'
   New SF      20'1            5
                      CFL, 0', hr/da                                               $10',0'0'       $0',0'0'
   New SF      210'   Base Lighting, 2,5 hrlhday                                    $0',50'        $0',0'0'
   New SF      211    CFL, 2,5 hr/da                                               $10',0'0'       $0',0'0'
   New SF      220'   Base Lighting, 6,0' hr/hday                                   $0',50'        $0',0'0'
   New SF      221    CFL, 6,0' hr/da                                              $10',0'0'       $0',0'0'
   NewSF   . 3O'O' Ba~ RefrigeralOr,ft.   2Deu.                                 $1,10'0',  0'0'
   NeW         30'1   ENERGY.8TARorbetterRefri erillQr.                         $1;175. 0'0'                                                                            1'
 , Nevi SF   40'0' , Ba;seFri!ezer                                                $500',0'0'                                                                 1 .
   New SF      40'1   ENERGY.8rAR or,bette.Freezer                                $57'5,0'0'
   New SF     0'0' Base40' gal.Water, eating (EF- O'.      92)                    $180'.00'
   New.8F      50'1   HeatPumjlWaier Hiuater(EF=2,                                         0
                                                                                $1,20'0'. '0'                                                      1,
   New.8F      50'2   TankWrap ,                                                 , $14.00'
   New SF      50'3   SolarWater Heater                                                    0
                                                                                $3, 0'0'0. '0'
   New SF      ~04    Low'Flow S';owerheads                                        $20'.0'0'
   New, Sf  , 50'S HotWaterPipelnsulation                                           $1.00'                                                         1 1
   New SF      50'7   Tankless Water Heater EF;O',                                $579,0'0'
   New SF    60'0' BaseClotheswasher (MEF- 04)                                    $449, 0'0'
   New SF    60'1 SEHA CW Tier 2 MEF;2, 2O'                                       $649,0'0'
   Ni!wSF    7'0'0' BaseD\Shwasher(E:iF; O'. ,   ~2)                              $421:00'
                                                                                                                                                             1 1
   New SF    70'1 "Ene ' StarDW EF;=O:7,                                        , $520'.0'0'       $0:00'
  New SMF    10'0' Base 10' SEER Split-
                            ,                System Air Conditioner               $766,           $70'9,0'0'
  New SMF      10'1                         S
                      10' to 12 SEER Split- ystem Air Conditioner                    0'0'6,       $70'9,0'0'
  New SMF      10'2                         S
                      10' to 13 SEER Split- ystem Air Conditioner                    278,         $70'9,0'0'
  New SMF      10'3   10'to 14 SEER Split-System Air Conditioner                $2, 118,          $70'9,0'0'
  New SMF      10'6   Direct Evaporative Cooler                                   $560',0'0'
                                                                                   $80',0'0'       $40'.0'0'                                    0'.46521 1.47621 0',  990'23
  New SMF      110'   Ceiling Fans
                                                                                  $122,0'0'       $10'0', '0'
                                                                                                         0                                      0'.46521 1, 47621 0', 990'23
  New SMF      111    Whole House Fans
                                                                                   $41,0'0'              0
                                                                                                  $10'0', '0'                                   0',83192 1, 1669 1,   0'9775
  New SMF      112    Attic Venting
  New SMF      113    Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair                    $123,0'0'
  New SMF      114                    3
                      Duct Repair (0', 2)                                         $144,0'0'
  New SMF      115    Duct Insulation (0',                                          $0',
                                                                                    $3,30'                                                     0',89421 1,  22289 0', 99331
  New SMF      117    Window Film
                                                                                    $0',50'                                                    0'.92361 1,  17963 0'. 990'11
  New SMF      119    Double Pane Clear Windows 10 Double Pane, Med Lc
                                                                                    $0',                                                       0'.83192 1, 1669 1,    0'9775
  New SMF      120'   Ceiling R-O'to R-19 Insulation (,29)
                                                                                    $0',                                                       0'.730'11 1, 30'917 1.0'7261 1
  New SMF      121    Ceiling R-19 to R-38 Insulation (.27)
                                                                                    $0'.10'                                                       12641 0', 77152 0', 85824
  New SMF      122    Wall2x4 R-13102x6 R-13 Insulation (0', 4)1
                                                                                         0
                                                                                  $10'0', '0'                                                     18363 0', 76543 0', 61795
  New SMF      123    Infiltration Reduction 0'.4
  New SMF      140'   Base Room Air Conditioner - EER 9,                            $0',0'0'
  New SMF      141    HE Room Air Conditioner- EER 10'.                           $135,0'0'
  New SMF      142    Direct Evaporative Cooler                                   $560',0'0'
                                                                                   $80',0'0'       $40',0'0'                                    0'.46521 1, 47621 0',
                                                                                                                                                                    990'23
  New SMF      144    Ceiling Fans
                                                                                  $122,0'0'             0
                                                                                                  $10'0', '0'                                  0'.46521 1.47621 O',99O'23
  New SMF      145    Whole House Fans                                                                                                         0',83192 1. 1669 1, 0'9775
  New SMF      146    Attic Venting                                                $41,0'0'             0
                                                                                                  $10'0', '0'
                                                                                    $3,30'                                                     0',89421 1,  22289 0', 99331
  New SMF      149    Window Film                                                                                                              0'.92361 1,  17963 0', 990'11
  New SMF      151    Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane , Med Lc             $0',50'
                                                                                    $0',                                                       0',83192 1, 1669 1,    0'9775
  New SMF      152    Ceiling R-O'to R-19 Insulation (,29)                                                                                     0',730'11 1, 30'917 1, 0'7261
  New SMF      153    Ceiling R-19 to R-38 Insulation (. 27)                        $0',
                                                                                    $0',10'                                                       12641 0', 77152 0', 85824
  New SMF      154                                             1
                      Wall2x4 R-13 t02x6 R-13 Insulation (0', 4)
                                                                                         0
                                                                                  $10'0', '0'                                                     18363 0', 76543 0', 61795
  New SMF      155    Infiltration Reduction
  New SMF                               5
             20'0' BaseLighting, 0', hrlhday                                        $0',50'
  New SMF      20'1            5
                      CFL, 0', hr/da                                               $10'.0'0'
  New SMF      210'   Base Lighting, 2,5 hr/hday                                    $0',50'
  New SMF      211    CFL, 2,5 hr/da                                               $10',0'0'
  New SMF      220'   Base Lighting, 6.0' hrlhday                                   $0',50'
  New SMF      221    CFL, 6,0' hr/da                                              $10',0'0'
                                                                                  $850'.0'0,                                                                          '1
  New,SMf    30'0' , Ba$eRefrjgeoitor, 1Scu. ft:                                                                                                                                                     ,2,
  NeWSMF     301      ENERGVSTARor ~tt~rRefri ' eraW                              ~25. O'O'
 NeYi.8MF    40'0' , ~ease;Freezer                                                $500:0'0"
                                                                                                                                                                                   '1
  NewSMF     4O'1. EIiIEWGYSfARor biliterFr~zer                                   $57'5:00
. NeYiSMF    SOD ' BaS!i4D g$rWaw Heating (EF";D. 2)       9                             0
                                                                                ::$180'. '0"
  NewSMF     501 . Hea'(PUitJpWiiterfleater(Et=2:4i .                           $1';206:00 '
 NeV.ISMF :;502 "Tiri~Wrap'                                                    .$'~4.j)O                                                                                                             ,1
  NevlSMf  . SD3' SoIa,(Water;Heater, '                                                0'0'
                                                                                $3:6015.
             504      Low'FIOw'Showerheads                                            O
                                                                                 $~O, 'D '
  NeW SMF
  NewSMF     SD~ , HoiWaterPipelriiilJlatioo                                         0
                                                                                " $1.'0'
  New SMF      50'7   Tankless Water Heater EF;O',                               $579,0'0'




                                                                                                                                                               Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                            Appendix      B -   Measure Inputs (Residential)

                                                                                                                                                                                    ImplementatiOi
MEASURE COSTS                                                                                                                                                                           Type
                                                                                                                               Relative Energy Reduction Factors                      1=1 time
                                                                                                                                  SP SPP SOP                                End Use    2=ROB
 Se ment      Measure # Measure Description
 New SMF       600 BaseClolheswasher(MEF 1,04)
 New SMF       601 SEHA CW Tier 2 MEF=2,
 New SMF       700 Base DishwBsher (EF- 52)
 New$MF '      701 En-erStar OW EF=0.
 New LFM       100 Base, 10 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
 New LFM       101 101012 SEER Split-System Air Conditioner
 New LFM       102 10 to 13 SEER Split-System Air Conditioner
 New LFM       103 10 to 14 SEER Split-System Air Conditioner
 New LFM       106 Direct Evaporative Cooler                                                                                     46521 1,47621 0.     99023
 New LFM       110 Ceiling Fans                                                                                                 0.46521 1.47621 0,    99023
 New LFM       111 Whole House Fans                                                                                              83192 1, 1669 1, 09775
 New LFM       112 Attic Venting
 New LFM       113 Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair
 New LFM       114 Duct Repair (0,32)
 New LFM       115 Duct Insulation (0.4)                                                                                         89421 1.22289 0,    99331
 New LFM       117 Window Film                                                                                                   92361 1,17963 0,    99011
 New LFM       119 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane, Med Lc                                                              83192 1, 1669 1, 09775
 New LFM       120 Ceiling R-O to R-19 Insulation (,29)                                                                                 30917
                                                                                                                                 73011 1,           1,
                                                                                                                                                     07261
 New LFM       121 Ceiling R-19 to R-38 Insulation (, 27)                                                                       1.12641 0, 77152    0,
                                                                                                                                                     85824
 New LFM       122 Wall 2x4 R-13 t02x6 R- 13 Insulation (0.14)                                                                          76543
                                                                                                                                 18363 0.           0,
                                                                                                                                                     61795
 New LFM       123 Infiltration Reduction 0.4
 New LFM       140 Base Room Air Conditioner - EER 9.
 New LFM       141 HE Room Air Conditioner - EER 10,
 New LFM       142 Direct Evaporative Cooler                                                                                    0.46521 1.47621 0.99023
 New LFM       144 Ceiling Fans                                                                                                  46521 1.47621 0, 99023
 New LFM       145 Whole House Fans                                                                                              83192 1. 1669 1. 09775
 New LFM       146 Attic Venting                                                                                                 89421 1.  22289 0,
                                                                                                                                                  99331
 New LFM       149 Window Film                                                                                                   92361 1,  17963 0,
                                                                                                                                                  99011
 New LFM       151 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane, Med Lc                                                              83192 1, 1669 1, 09775
 New LFM       152 Ceiling RoO to R-19 Insulation (,29)                                                                          73011 1,  30917 1.
                                                                                                                                                  07261
 New LFM       153 Ceiling R-19 to R-38 Insulation (, 27)                                                                       1.12641 0. 77152 0,
                                                                                                                                                  85824
 New LFM       154 WaIl2x4R- 13t02x6R- 13Insulation(0, 14)                                                                      1.18363 0, 76543 0,
                                                                                                                                                  61795
 New LFM       155 Infiltration Reduction
 New LFM       200 Base Lighting, 0,5 hrlhday
 New LFM       201 CFL , 0,5 hr/da
 New LFM       210 Base Lighting, 2,5 hr/hday
 New LFM       211 CFL, 2,5 hr/da
 New LFM       220 Base Lighting, 6,0 hr/hday
 New LFM       221 CFL, 6,0 hr/da
 NewLFM        300 Base Refrigerator. 15 cu.ft.
 Nevi', FM
      L                             '
               301 ENERGY, STAR orbe tte~ Re~ erator                                                                                         1,
J-IewLFM       400 Base Fteezer                                                                                                              l' 1,                 ,1
 NeWlFM        401 ENERGY STAR or better Freezer
 Ne)(?:I;FM                     40
                 500 . Base ga!,Water l-teillj!l9 (Ef=0.92)
 NewLFM          501. Heat"     pumpWater :Hliiiter(EF';2A)                                                                                                        ,
 NeWLFM          502 , Tanl(WrliP ,                                                                                                    1             11
 NeWI,FM       . 503     So;atWatetHeater                                                                                                                              1'
 NilWLFM         ~04 ' l.QW'FlQwShpWe.neads
 fIIewLFM        505 , , li!:ltWatei Pipe lnsOlation ,
                                                                                                                                  l' ' 1             1
 New LFM        507      Tankless Water Heater EF=0,
 New LFM        600      Base Clotheswasher(MEF- 04)
 New LFM        601      SEHA CW Tier 2 MEF=2,
 New LFM         700 , Base Dishwasher (EF- 52)
 NeViLFM         701 . Ene ' siarOW EF=0:76
  New MH         100 Base , 10 SEER Split-System Air Conditioner
  New MH        101      10 to 12 SEER Split-System Nr Conditioner
  New MH        102      10 to 13 SEER Split-System Nr Conditioner
  New MH        103      10 to 14 SEER Split-System Nr Conditioner
  New MH        106      Direct Evaporative Cooler                                                                                       47621 0,
                                                                                                                                0.46521 1.            99023
                         Ceiling Fans                                                   $40,
  New MH        110                                                                                                             0.46521 1,47621 0.    99023
                         Whole House Fans                                              $100,
  New MH        111                                                                                                              83192 1. 1669 1, 09775
                         Attic Venting                                                 $100,
  New MH        112
  New MH        113      Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair
  New MH        114      Duct Repair (0,32)
  New MH        115      Ductlnsulation (0.4)                                                                                    89421 1,22289 0,    99331
  New MH        117      Window Film                                                                                             92361 1,17963 0,    99011
  New MH        119      Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane, Med Lc                                                        83192 1. 1669 1, 09775
  New MH        120      Ceiling R-O to R-19 Insulation (,29)                                                                    73011 1.30917      1,
                                                                                                                                                     07261
  New MH        121      Ceiling R-19 to R-38 Insulation (, 27)                                                                  12641 0,77152      0,
                                                                                                                                                     85824
  New MH        122      Wall2x4 R-13 to 2x6 R-13 Insulation (0,14)                                                              18363 0,76543      0,
                                                                                                                                                     61795
  New MH        123      Infiltration Reduction 0.4
  New MH        140      Base Room Nr Conditioner - EER 9,
  New MH         141 HERoomNrConditioner- EER10,




                                                                                                                                               Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                     Appendix              B -   Measure Inputs (Residential)

                                                                                                 NPVof                                                                                    Implementatiol
MEASURE COSTS                                                                                                                                                                                 Type
                                                                               Unit       Unit   Lifetime                        Full
                                                                           Equipment     Labor   O&M                             Unit   Relative Energy Reduction Factors                    1=1 time
                                                                               Cost      Cost     Cost                           Cost      SP SPP SOP                                        2=ROB
 Se ment     Measure # Measure Description                                  $560,                                             $560,
 New MH       142 Direct Evaporative Cooler                                  $80,        $40,                                 $120,      0.46521 1.47621 0,
                                                                                                                                                         99023
 New MH       144 Ceiling Fans                                              $122,       $100,                                 $222.      0.46521 1.47621 0,
                                                                                                                                                         99023
 New MH       145 Whole House Fans
                                                                             $41.00     $100,                                 $141.       83192 1, 1669 1, 09775
 New MH       146 Attic Venting                                               $3,                                               $3.              22289 0,
                                                                                                                                          89421 1.       99331
 New MH       149 Window Film                                                 $0,                                               $0.       92361 1,17963 0,
                                                                                                                                                         99011
 New MH       151 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane, Med Lc            $0,                                               $0.       83192 1.1669 1.09775
 New MH       152 Ceiling R-O to R-19 Insulation (.29)                        $0,                                               $0,              30917 1.
                                                                                                                                          73011 1,       07261
 New MH       153 Ceiling R-19 to R-38 Insulation (, 27)                      $0,                                               $0.              77152 0,
                                                                                                                                          12641 0,       85824
 New MH       154 Wall2x4 R-13t02x6 R- 13 Insulation (0,14)                 $100,                                             $100.              76543 0,
                                                                                                                                          18363 0,       61795
 New MH       155 Infiltration Reduction                                      $0,        $0,                                    $0.
 New MH       200 Base Lighting, 0,5 hrlhday                                 $10,        $0.                                   $10.
 New MH       201 CFL, 0,5 hr/da                                              $0.        $0,                                    $0,
 New MH       210 Base Lighting, 2,5 hrlhday                                 $10.        $0,                                   $10,
 New MH        211 CFL , 2,5 hr/da
                                                                              $0,        $0,                                    $0,
 New MH        220 Base Lighting, 6,0 hrlhday                                $10,        $0,                                   $10,
 New MH        221 CFL, 6,0 hr/da                                           $850.                                           , $850.
 New MH        300, Base,RefrigerilIQr,15 CUJt.
                                                                            $925:PO                                          :$92S;00
 NeYiMH        301 gIilER(WSTARorbett9rRe~' erafor
 New'-'H       400 Base, Freezer'                                          . $SOO
 NeW:MH                                                                     $575;00
                                                                          , $18j).0()
               401 ENERGV:STARor betierFreezer0:92)'
. New,-,H.     . 500 " '~Base4Qgiir.waterHliitli1g:(EF=
                                                                          $1,2PO.                                                                              '1
 NewMH        , s01 Heat Pump Water Heat9t (EF=2.
 NeWMH         SO2     t..~kWi3p                                             $14. 00.                                                                 1,
 New           S03 SolarWater Heater'                                     $3;000'.
 NewMH                     Showei!ieads
               SO4 l;OW;Fiow                                                 $20.                                                                     1 '
 New MH        SOS          W
                       l:jdt, aterPlpelns!ilation                             $1,00 '
 New MH        S07     Tankless Water Heater EF=0,                          $579,
 New MH        600     Base Clotheswasher (MEF=1, Q4)                       $449.
 New MH        601     SEHA CW Tier 2 MEF=2,                                $649.
 NewMH         700   , Base DishWasher (EF=0;52)                            $421,PO                                                                   1 1
                                                                                                                                                      1 1
 New.          701   Erie " Star DW' EF=0:76                                $520.




                                                                                                                                                        Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                         Appendix B - Measure Inputs (Residential)
MEASURE INPUTS
(PERCENT)



  Se ment          Measure #                            Measure Descri lion
Existing SF          100 Base, 10 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
Existing SF          101 10 to 12 SEER Split-System Air Conditioner
Existing SF          102 10 to 13 SEER Split-System Air Conditioner
Existing SF          103 10 to 14 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
Existing SF          106 Direct Evaporative Cooler
Existing SF          110 Ceiling Fans
Existing SF          111 Whole House Fans
Existing SF          112 Attic Venting
Existing SF          113 Basic HV AC Diagnostic Testing And Repair
Existing SF          114 Duct Repair (0. 32)
Existing SF          115 Duct Insulation (.4)
Existing SF          117 Window Film
Existing SF          119 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane , Med Low- E   Coating
Existing SF          120 Ceiling R- O to R- 19 Insulation(. 29)
Existing SF          121 Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation (. 27)
Existing SF          122 Wall2x4 R- O to Blow- In R- 13 Insulation (0. 14)
Existin SF           123 Infiltration Reduction 0.
Existing SF          140 Base Room Air Conditioner - EER 9.
Existing SF          141 HE Room Air Conditioner - EER 10.
Existing SF          142 Direct Evaporative Cooler
Existing SF          144 Ceiling Fans
Existing SF          145 Whole House Fans
Existing SF         146 Attic Venting
Existing SF         149 Window Film
Existing SF         151 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane , Med Low- E Coating
Existing SF         152 Ceiling R- O to R- 19 Insulation (. 29)
Existing SF         153 Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation (. 27)
Existing SF         154 Wall 2x4 R- O to Blow- In R- 13 Insulation (0. 14)
Existin SF          155 Infiltration Reduction
Existing SF         200 Base Lighting, 0. 5 hr/hday
Existin SF          201 CFL, 0. 5 hr/da
Existing SF         210 Base Lighting, 2. 5 hr/hday
Existin SF          211 CFL , 2. 5 hr/da
Existing SF         220 Base Lighting, 6. 0 hr/hday
Existin SF          221 CFL, 6. 0 hr/da
E)(istingSF'        390" Bas~~effigerat()J, cu.         ft
Exis.tin .            1ENERGY'SJARgJbetterRefrierator '
Exi~ti 119SF        400:'Basefr~ez~r
   istin            4Q~'ENER(3Y:; :STARorbetter;Freeze.r~
Ej(isfihifSF '      $QOea$~'4()"gal;WiitefcH ealinglEF =p ;9~)'
Existifl9SE                             ~!terHe~t~t, (pF::?4)
E~i~'iIiSSf '       ~~~~:~~~t~:,
E~i~.tiIJ9i$.F .     ~O3SQI~r'Y\' a fe rHe ~fet
Existi~g$F           504L.9wWlowShqWeitleacfs
Existio SF.'        ~(j5. HofWaterPielnsulation '
Existing SF         600 Base Clotheswasher (MEF=1. 04)
Existin SF           601 SEHA CW Tier 2 MEF=2.
   stiQg'            7.(lQJ3~$,e;. gi~~wCl~~eJ"(E:f::Oj?2), .
Existirt             :rO1"En         StarDW: EF;::o;76 " ,

                                                                                                                     Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                     Appendix B - Measure Inputs (Residential)
MEASURE INPUTS
(PERCENT)



          Measure #                           Measure Descri tion
            100 Base       , 10 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
                 101 10 to 12 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
                 102 10 to 13 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
                 103 10 to 14 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
                 106 Direct Evaporative Cooler
                 110 Ceiling Fans
                 111 Whole House Fans
                 112 Attic Venting
                 113 Basic HV AC Diagnostic Testing And Repair
                 114 Duct Repair (0. 32)
                 115 Duct Insulation (0.4)
                 117 Window Film
                 119 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane , Med Low- E Coating
                 120 Ceiling R- O to R- 19 Insulation (. 29)
                 121 Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation (. 27)
                 122 Wall2x4 R-O to Blow- In R- 13 Insulation (0. 14)
                 123 Infiltration Reduction 0.4
                 140 Base Room Air Conditioner - EER 9.
                 141 HE Room Air Conditioner - EER 10.
                 142 Direct Evaporative Cooler
                 144 Ceiling Fans
                 145 Whole House Fans
                 146 Attic Venting
                 149 Window Film
                 151 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane, Med Low- E Coating
                 152 Ceiling R- O to R- 19 Insulation (. 29)
                 153 Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation (. 27)
                 154 Wall2x4 R- O to Blow- In R- 13 Insulation (0. 14)
                 155 Infiltration Reduction
                 200 Base Lighting, 0. 5 hr/hday
                 201 CFL, 0. 5 hr/da
                 210 Base Lighting, 2. 5 hr/hday
                 211 CFL , 2. 5 hr/da
                 220 Base Lighting, 6. 0 hr/hday
                 221 CFL , 6. 0 hr/da
                 ~()()B.a~g R~frjger~J9r. 15cu. t't.
                 301"E;NER(3Y~, STAR;61" bette(Refd .   etatol
                     SMe;.Rreezer .
                 401E:NIiR~Y:StP.R orbetterFte~zer '
                                                          ~Z) ,




                 i1iJ!!f:~~:~~~~72i
                 504Lo.w~ FloWS hoWeibeads
                  SOp'HQlWater. PieIOS\Jlation .
                  600 Base Clotheswasher (MEF=1. 04)
                  601 SEHA CW Tier 2 MEF=2.
                  ?OO_ ~~~ep)~hWEi*~~(:(~F=9. ~?J . .
                 jolEOef - Star oW EF=O/76
                                                                                                                 Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                             Appendix B - Measure Inputs (Residential)
MEASURE INPUTS
(PERCENT)



  Se ment          Measure #                                Measure Deseri tion
Existing LFM         100 Base  , 10 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
Existing LFM         101 10 to 12 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
Existing LFM         102 10 to 13 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
Existing LFM         103 10 to 14 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
Existing LFM         106 Direct Evaporative Cooler
Existing LFM         110 Ceiling Fans
Existing LFM         111 Whole House Fans
Existing LFM         112 Attic Venting
Existing LFM         113 Basic HV AC Diagnostic Testing And Repair
Existing LFM         114 Duct Repair (0. 32)
Existing LFM         115 Duct Insulation (0.4)
Existing LFM         117 Window Film
Existing LFM         119 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane , Med Low- E Coating
Existing LFM         120 Ceiling R- O to R- 19 Insulation (. 29)
Existing LFM         121 Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation (. 27)
Existing LFM         122 Wall 2x4 R- O to Blow- In R- 13 Insulation (0. 14)
Existin LFM          123 Infiltration Reduction 0.4
Existing LFM         140 Base Room Air Conditioner - EER 9.
Existing LFM         141 HE Room Air Conditioner - EER 10.
Existing LFM         142 Direct Evaporative Cooler
Existing LFM         144 Ceiling Fans
Existing LFM         145 Whole House Fans
Existing LFM         146 Attic Venting
Existing LFM         149 Window Film
Existing LFM         151 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane, Med Low- E       Coating
Existing LFM         152 Ceiling R- O to R- 19 Insulation (. 29)
Existing LFM         153 Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation (. 27)
Existing LFM         154 Wall2x4 R- O to Blow- In R- 13 Insulation (0. 14)
Existin LFM          155 Infiltration Reduction
Existing LFM         200 Base Lighting, 0. 5 hr/hday
Existin LFM          201 CFL , 0. 5 hr/da
Existing LFM         210 Base Lighting, 2. 5 hr/hday
Existin LFM          211 CFL , 2. 5 hr/da
Existing LFM         220 Base Lighting, 6. 0 hr/hday
Existin LFM          221 CFL , 6. 0 hr/da
ExistingLF~          300' ~as~ Refrig~ratbr, 15 cu .ft.
Ex:istin LFM "       30t:ENERGYSTARor betterRefrj eratbr
EJ;CistingLFM ,      40.o~as'eFre:ezer" ,
Exis.tln lFM         401; E:NS~GY/sJ'ARorbetterFreezer'" ,
Exi$th'\gl~FM ,      ~QOBj:i~";4:P:g'8h'Vllater HeatingJEF",O;92)'"
E~jsJin9~FM"         5Qj)I1(~~(P.PI11PWat(;!r:l:'ieater(~P::4~ 4j "
9xi~ti6JJI"PM        !)()?T~~.~W(ap '
E~i~#ng4FM '         pO~SQ,I~t.W~terHeater, ,
I?x(~ttn9LF~ "      . 504 :~9-w..:IjIQ;W ;~hcjV\lerh~a ~s
Exilitih LFM         50~J16fWaterPielnsUlation '
Existing LFM         600 Base Clotheswasher (MEF=1. 04)
Existin LFM          601 SEHA CW Tier 2 MEF=2.
E:)(i~tin$r(fM       10Q:I;l~s~,Qis.tiWash~r(i;F~O.5~) "
Existin " WI'=!M     701 Ener       Star,PW'     EF;::O~76

                                                                                                                         Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                          Appendix B - Measure Inputs (Residential)
MEASURE INPUTS
(PERCENT)



  Se ment          Measure #                           Measure Descri lion
Existing MH          100 Base  , 10 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
Existing MH          101 10 to 12 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
Existing MH          102 10 to 13 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
Existing MH          103 10 to 14 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
Existing MH          106 Direct Evaporative Cooler
Existing MH          110 Ceiling Fans
Existing MH          111 Whole House Fans
Existing MH          112 Attic Venting
Existing MH          113 Basic HV    AC Diagnostic Testing And Repair
Existing MH          114 Duct Repair (0. 32)
Existing MH          115 Duct Insulation (0.4)
Existing MH          117 Window Film
Existing MH          119 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane, Med Low- E Coating
Existing MH          120 Ceiling R- O to R- 19 Insulation (. 29)
Existing MH          121 Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation (. 27)
Existing MH          122 Wall 2x4 R- O to Blow- In R- 13 Insulation (0. 14)
Existin              123 Infiltration Reduction 0.4
Existing MH          140 Base Room Air Conditioner - EER 9.
Existing MH          141 HE Room Air Conditioner - EER 10.
Existing MH          142 Direct Evaporative Cooler
Existing MH          144 Ceiling Fans
Existing MH          145 Whole House Fans
Existing MH          146 Attic Venting
Existing MH          149 Window Film
Existing MH          151 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane, Med Low- E Coating
Existing MH          152 Ceiling R- O to R- 19 Insulation (. 29)
Existing MH          153 Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation (. 27)
Existing MH          154 Wall2x4 R- O to Blow- In R- 13 Insulation (0. 14)
Existin              155 Infiltration Reduction
Existing MH          200 Base Lighting, 0. 5 hr/hday
Existin MH           201 CFL , 0. 5 hr/da
Existing MH          210 Base Lighting, 2. 5 hr/hday
Existin              211 CFL, 2. 5 hr/da
Existing MH          220 Base Lighting, 6. 0 hr/hday
Existin              221 CFL , 6. 0 hr/da
E)C:istih9MH         3QqB~seRefrig~t~!or;t5 cu.ft.
Existih              30 t :eN EB. GY' STARorbetlet R atrie       t~t6

Ei*i~tingM f:/       400aa:s~Freezar
E~istinMH            4P1fJ;NE,RGY' STAR .oJbetterFtaeier '
E~J~ting.MH                                :w
                     , . 5t!O' 6 ~se)40 98.1 s~ehH as ti"9 (EJ===D:92 )
~)(I~tirigtvff:/     5() 1H~a.t'Bvn;i, W~!~r , tie~W(EF::2.
E~i$ti.ngMtl '       ~Q2)r~' nkNvrap "
~~i~ii6g'            !503~QI~fWaJerHe~ter ,
p~i~titi9MH          ~04J;:QW~F.!OW'S9Qwerhea~s " .
Ei(istin MH '        $O5~HotWa:tetPi "     elnsUlatioh
Existing MH          600 Base Clotheswasher (MEF=1. 04)
Existin              601 SEHA CW Tier 2 MEF=2.
R~i~ti(lgMH          ?Qg.' E3~~.eH)'~nw~~her (EF==O~5?). .
Existi~"             JOfEn          StarPW EF==0.

                                                                                                                      Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                           Appendix B - Measure Inputs (Residential)
MEASURE INPUTS
(PERCENT)



       Se ment   Measure #                                Measure Descri tion
New SF             100 Base, 10 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
New SF             101 10 to 12 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
New SF             102 10 to 13 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
New SF             103 10 to 14 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
New SF             106 Direct Evaporative Cooler
New SF             110 Ceiling Fans
New SF             111 Whole House Fans
New SF             112 Attic Venting
New SF             113 Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair
New SF             114 Duct Repair (0. 32)
New SF             115 Duct Insulation (.4)
New SF             117 Window Film
New SF             119 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane, Med Low- E Coating
New SF             120 Ceiling R- O to R- 19 Insulation Blown- in (. 29)
New SF             121 Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation Blown in (. 27)
New SF             122 Wall 2x4 R- 13 t02x6 R- 21 Insulation (0. 14)
New SF             123 Infiltration Reduction 0.4
New SF             140 Base Room Air Conditioner - SEER 8.
New SF             141 HE Room Air Conditioner - SEER 10.
New SF             142 Direct Evaporative Cooler
New SF             144 Ceiling Fans
New SF             145 Whole House Fans
New SF             146 Attic Venting
New SF             149 Window Film
New SF             151 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane, Med Low- E Coating
New SF             152 Ceiling R- O to R- 19 Insulation Blown- in (. 29)
New SF             153 Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation Blown in (. 27)
New SF             154 Wall 2x4 R- 13 t02x6 R-21 Insulation (0. 14)
New SF             155 Infiltration Reduction
New SF             200 Base Lighting, 0. 5 hr/hday
New SF             201 CFL , 0. 5 hr/da
New SF             210 Base Lighting, 2. 5 hr/hday
New SF             211 CFL , 2. 5 hr/da
New SF             220 Base Lighting, 6. 0 hr/hday
New SF             221 CFL, 6. 0 hr/da
NeyiSF             3QOB~s~~E!frigerator. 20cu.ft,
New$F              3Q 1, ,ENERGY STAR 0 I'betterR efr! ' e/'ato r
NeW,              , 400Ba seFre~zer '
NaWSF              4()1" .ENgRGY"STA~ .orbetter Freezer,
NeW SF             500Bi:i ~tr40 .ga I:W ~tEi f H ea'tiiig li:: f==O~92)
~e.               .$01.~e,~tg!JIT1PW~tE!/'He(: ItE!r(Ef::;2.     4)
   ewSF
t'I.               50RJl:fn~Wr~p' '
Ne~$F             , sO3.SqlarWatecHeater
Neo/,              5M"   .LQw- lo\N' .S hO\V8 rh es d s
NewJ3F'            qO5...H 6tWa1erHipe, lhslJlation
New SF             507 Tankless Water Heater EF=0.
New SF             600 Base Clotheswasher (MEF=1. 04)
New SF             601 SEHA CW Tier 2 MEF=2.
NevrSF            :1.00BasebishWasher(EF:::O. 52) .
                                                                                                                       Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                      Appendix B - Measure Inputs (Residential)
MEASURE INPUTS
(PERCENT)



  Se ment    Measure #                               Measure Descri tion
NaWSF '          701Ene~ StarDW EF=O
New SMF          100 Base, 10 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
New SMF          101 10 to 12 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
New SMF          102 10 to 13 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
New SMF          103 10 to 14 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
New SMF          106 Direct Evaporative Cooler
New SMF          110 Ceiling Fans
New SMF          111 Whole House Fans
New SMF          112 Attic Venting
New SMF          113 Basic HV AC Diagnostic Testing And Repair
New SMF          114 Duct Repair (0. 32)
New SMF          115 Duct Insulation (0.4)
New SMF          117 Window Film
New SMF          119 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane, Med Low- E Coating
New SMF          120 Ceiling R- O to R- 19 Insulation Blown- in (. 29)
New SMF          121 Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation Blown in (. 27)
New SMF          122 Wall2x4 R- 13 t02x6 R-21 Insulation (0. 14)
New SMF          123 Infiltration Reduction 0.4
New SMF          140 Base Room Air Conditioner - SEER 8.
New SMF          141 HE Room Air Conditioner - SEER 10.
New SMF          142 Direct Evaporative Cooler
New SMF          144 Ceiling Fans
New SMF          145 Whole House Fans
New SMF          146 Attic Venting
New SMF          149 Window Film
New SMF          151 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane , Med Low- E Coating
New SMF          152 Ceiling R- O to R- 19 Insulation Blown- in (. 29)
New SMF          153 Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation Blown in (. 27)
New SMF          154 Wall2x4 R- 13 t02x6 R-21 Insulation (0. 14)
New SMF          155 Infiltration Reduction
New SMF          200 Base Lighting, 0. 5 hr/hday
New SMF          201 CFL , 0. 5 hr/da
New SMF          210 Base Lighting, 2. 5 hr/hday
New SMF          211 CFL , 2. 5 hr/da
New SMF          220 Base Lighting, 6. 0 hr/hday
New SMF          221 CFL , 6. 0 hr/da
NeW, SMF         ~()q;Base;~efrigarator, 15cu. ft. ..
N~wSMF           ~Qt,~NERGy.ST ARor. betterRefri ' aratQr
New.:sMj::       Ao()elj~~'F~eezer .
NeW' SMF         40FI:SNE;BGYsTARcorb~ttefFtaezet " .
New:.$~F         qQO . B~~e' ~O~tal. Wat~rHaatiflg(IZ:F=()'~~),
Nev(S,           5()~~ fI:~~fPLJm;p,vvaterHeater(EF";2.4)     . '

N~WSMt= .        :5()21~l)kWr~p,
NewSMF           5Q3Sol~r Wat~fHeater ,
Ne\ySMF          pQ4LoWr.P!oW$h()werheads,
N~W.S~F          50p ,Hc)~:VYat~r.Pipe ., Insiil~ti()n
New SMF          507 Tankless Water Heater EF=0.
New SMF          600 Base Clotheswasher (MEF=1. 04)
New SMF          601 SEHA CW Tier 2 MEF=2.

                                                                                                                  Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                        Appendix B - Measure Inputs (Residential)
MEASURE INPUTS
(PERCENT)



 Se ment    Measure #                                  Measure Descri tion
NewSMF           700 Base Di~hwasher(EF=Q. 52)
New SMF          701 Ener Star DW EF=0.              76
New LFM          100 Base, 10 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
New LFM          101 10 to 12 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
New LFM          102 10 to 13 SEER Split-System Air Conditioner
New LFM          103 10 to 14 SEER Split-System Air Conditioner
New LFM          106 Direct Evaporative Cooler
New LFM           110 Ceiling Fans
New LFM           111 Whole House Fans
New LFM           112 Attic Venting
New LFM           113 Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair
New LFM           114 Duct Repair (0. 32)
New LFM           115 Duct Insulation (0.4)
New LFM           117 Window Film
New LFM           119 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane , Med Low- E Coating
New LFM           120 Ceiling R- O to R- 19 Insulation Blown- in (. 29)
New LFM           121 Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation Blown in (. 27)
New LFM           122 Wall2x4 R- 13 t02x6 R- 21 Insulation (0. 14)
New LFM           123 Infiltration Reduction 0.4
New LFM           140 Base Room Air Conditioner - SEER 8.
New LFM           141 HE Room Air Conditioner - SEER 10.
New LFM           142 Direct Evaporative Cooler
New LFM           144 Ceiling Fans
New LFM           145 Whole House Fans
New LFM          146 Attic Venting
New LFM          149 Window Film
New LFM          151 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane, Med Low- E      Coating
New LFM          152 Ceiling R- O to R- 19 Insulation Blown- in (. 29)
New LFM          153 Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation Blown in (. 27)
New LFM          154 Wall2x4 R- 13 t02x6 R-21 Insulation (0. 14)
New LFM          155 Infiltration Reduction
New LFM          200 Base Lighting, 0. 5 hr/hday
New LFM          201 CFL, 0. 5 hr/da
New LFM          210 Base Lighting, 2. 5 hr/hday
New LFM          211 CFL , 2. 5 hr/da
New LFM          220 Base Lighting, 6. 0 hr/hday
New LFM          221 CFL , 6. 0 hr/da
NeWLFM             30()Bas~;~efrigerator,        5:cu.ft
NeWLfM .         . 301ENgRGY$TAR()rb~tt~rRe:fri . erator
NewLFM.          400BaseFtee~er .
NewJ:.           40fENERGYST AR'orbefterFreeier
NeWLJ=M          15()0:Ba~~409an:~WI#~PHeatiI'l9(Er~0. 92)         ,

NewLFM           501..l1e~tPu)npVYc:lterHeater(I3F=2.4)
~ewLFM           qO2Tank-Wi'/ilp
Ne,WLFM          sQ3S.olarNl,latetHeatet '
Ne:WLFM          S04. L(riiV~PI()wShowerheada .
Ne:wLFM .        505H,()f:W~te r ~ ip~ , I n S litalio n
New LFM          507 Tankless Water Heater EF=0.
New LFM          600 Base Clotheswasher (MEF=1. 04)

                                                                                                                    Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                    Appendix B - Measure Inputs (Residential)
MEASURE INPUTS
(PERCENT)



  Se ment   Measure #                           Measure Descri tion
New LFM           601 SEHA CW Tier 2 MEF=2.
Newl,;FM          700 Base Dishwasher (EF=0:52)
NewLFM            701. Eher StarDW . EF==0.
New MH            100 Base, 10 SEER Split-System Air Conditioner
New MH            101 10 to 12 SEER Split-System Air Conditioner
New MH            102 10 to 13 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
New MH            103 10 to 14 SEER Split-System Air Conditioner
New MH            106 Direct Evaporative Cooler
New MH            110 Ceiling Fans
New MH            111 Whole House Fans
New MH            112 Attic Venting
New MH            113 Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair
New MH            114 Duct Repair (0. 32)
New MH            115 Duct Insulation (0.4)
New MH            117 Window Film
New MH            119 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane, Med Low- E Coating
New MH            120 Ceiling R- O to R- 19 Insulation Blown- in (. 29)
New MH            121 Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation Blown in (. 27)
New MH            122 Wall2x4 R- 13 t02x6 R- 21 Insulation (0. 14)
New MH            123 Infiltration Reduction 0.4
New MH            140 Base Room Air Conditioner - SEER 8.
New MH            141 HE Room Air Conditioner - SEER 10.
New MH            142 Direct Evaporative Cooler
New MH            144 Ceiling Fans
New MH            145 Whole House Fans
New MH             146 Attic Venting
New MH             149 Window Film
New MH             151 Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane , Med Low- E Coating
New MH             152 Ceiling R-O to R- 19 Insulation Blown- in (. 29)
New MH             153 Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation Blown in (. 27)
New MH             154 Wall2x4 R- 13 t02x6 R- 21 Insulation (0. 14)
New MH             155 Infiltration Reduction
New MH             200 Base Lighting, 0. 5 hr/hday
New MH             201 CFL , 0. 5 hr/da
New MH             210 Base Lighting, 2. 5 hr/hday
New MH             211 CFL , 2. 5 hr/da
New MH             220 Base Lighting, 6. 0 hr/hday
New MH             221 CFL , 6. 0 hr/da
NewMH               09~~s~";8:~frig~ratof. 15cu.fL .
New.MH           .301, ENERGY$TARorbetter Refri er~H()r ,
N.~Wf\AH           400)~~(~~flee.ze.r "
NEiwMH            .401. ENI;RGYSTAA,or betterF~ez;er '
  W;MI:i          , ~90aa)~' 4P, gal. WaterHeatihg(EF==cO. 9?) ;.
N~WMfoI          '501I:ie~t' ~umpw.~terHeater(gF;:;2. 4) "'
NewMH             !)02:r~rikVVt~p ,
  WMH             503SolarV~aterl-Jeater "
New              , , 594loW~FIQW.$hQWerb~.a~$
NewMH '           pOgHotWatefPipellls\JJatiOI1 '
New MH            507 Tankless Water Heater (EF=0. 98)


                                                                                                                Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                 Appendix B - Measure Inputs (Residential)
MEASURE INPUTS
(PERCENT)
                                                                                         Standards
                                  Applicability   Incomplete   Feasibility   Energy      Adjustment      Units!
  Se ment                           Factor          Factor       Factor      Savin s       Factor      Household
                                      99%           100%         100%                       100%
New MH
                                      99%           95%          100%          53%          100%
New MH
                                      85%           100%         100%                       100%          1;0
NewMH
                                      85%           92%          100%          32%          100% '
NewMH




                                                                             Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                               Appendix B - Measure Inputs (Residential)


BASE TECHNOLOGY EUls
(kWh/square foot)

Measure # Measure Description                      Existin    Existin SMF Existin LFM Existin      New SF New SMF New LFM New MH
 100 Base, 10 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner        227        344         096          584      600     626   1 ,450   951
  140 Base Room Air Conditioner                         236       879         713          998       305     082    910     155
  200 Base Lighting, 0. 5 hr/hday                      101                                           101
  210 Base Lighting, 2. 5 hr/hday                      899        563         413          562       899      563       413      562
  220 Base Lighting, 6. 0 hr/hday                      488        305         224          305       488      305       224      305
  300 BaseR~frigerator, 20cu. ft.                      493        438         438          438       493      438       438      438
  400 Base Freezer                                     687        687         687          687       687      687       687      687
  500 Base 40 gal. Water Heating (EF=0;92)            3;425      2;833         146          163     3,425      833     2/146      163
  600 Base Clotheswasher MEF=1.                        891        891         891          891       891      891       891      891




                                                                                           Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                                                         Appendix B - Measure Inputs (Commercial)

                                                                                                                                    NPVof                                          Full = 1                                                   Relative                       Implementation
MEASURE COSTS                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Energy                             Type
                                                                                                            Unit          Unit Lifetime Implementation Cost Units                  Incr, =0                  Full
                                                                                              Cost        Equipment                                                   Service       Initial Replace         Unit                          Reduction Factors                    1=1 time
                                                                               Savings                                   Labor 0 & M               Cost per Savings
                                                                                              Units         Cost                 Cost                       Unit         life        Cost    Cost           Cost                    SPP    SOP                WOP    End Use    2=ROB
Se ment         Measure # Measure Desen tion                                      Units                                  Cost                     Factor
Existing                                             ,
                 110 Base Fluorescent Fixture, 4L4'T1234W, 2EEMAG                fixture     fixture       $27.         $15,00 $0,               $42,
                                                                                                                                                   00                  45000                               $42,
Existing         111 ROB4L4'T8, 1EB                                              fixture     fixture       $28,         $15,00 $0,               $43,
                                                                                                                                                   00                  70000                               $43,
                                                                                 fixture     fixture       $47.         $15,00 $0,               $62,                  70000                               $62,
Existing         112 ROB 2L4'T8,1 EB, Reflector                                                                                                    00
Existing         114 RET4L4'T8 1EB                                               fixture     fixture       $28,         $15,00 $0,               $43,
                                                                                                                                                   00                  70000                               $43.
                                                                                 fixture     fixture       $47.         $15,00 $0,               $62,                  70000                               $62,
Existing         115 RET 2L4'T8, 1 EB,Reflector                                                                                                    00                                                      $27.
                                                                                 fixture     fixture       $24,          $3,15 $0,               $27,                  40000
Existing         117 Occupancy Sensor, 4L4' FluorescentFixtures                                                                                    65                                                                               0:5
                                                                    fJxiU~
                                                  ;'5L4:J=.lu!ire~oohf        , fi#Ore       fiJibJte"    ;Jt~9;~3    $'fO74i:~;$jj.           :~Z87;~(t              . 5QO6o        '1'       "':1:   ;i$'2ji7:I~
#~tiJjiJ.        :'118' , c;/iiqii~riuolJiOiniriiihg                                                                                                                                                      $249.
                    119 RNV2L4' T5HO,1EB                                         fixture     fixture      $187.47      $62,52 $0,                $249.                 70000
 Existin                                                                                                                                            99                                                     $23.40
                            Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L4' T12, 34W, 1EEMAG      fixture     fixture       $14,         $9.40 $0,                 $23.40               45000
 Existing         130                                                                                                                                                                                      $29.40
                            ROB 2L4'T8,   1EB                                    fixture     fixture       $20,         $9.40 $0,                 $29.40               70000
 Existing         131                                                                                                                                                                                      $29.40
                            RET 2L4'T8,1EB                                       fixture     fixture       $20.         $9.40 $0,                 $29.40               70000
 Existing         133
                                              ,
                            RET 1L4'T8,1 EB Reflector OEM                        fixture     fixture       $37.         $7. 80 $0,                $44,                 70000                               $44,
 Existing         134                                                                                                                              80                                                                                      0:5                F9~5
                                                                                  i!tiire    flXtuH,.     (~1~:?5.      $);5$'  )(),00 .       . 'n~;8L                :(QijQa;                           $f;t~ .
 !',~~Qir'       ;J~if-"~paj\py;~~;8L:4i fJij~giritF,*~res' ,                                                          $53,64 $0,                $143.                 50000                              $143.
 Existing         137 Continuous Dimming,10L4' FluorescentFixtures               fixture     fixture       $90,                                     95
                                                                                 fixture     fixture      $173,        $62, 52 $0,               $235.                 70000                              $235,
 Existin          138 RNV 1L4'T5HO, 1EB                                                                                                             76
                                                                                 fixture     fixture       $36,        $17, 00 $0,                $53,                 45000                               $53,
 Existing         150 Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L8'T12, 60W, 1EEMAG                                                                               00                                                      $65.
                                   ,                                             fixture     fixture       $48,        $17, 00 $0,                $65,                 70000
 Existing         151 ROB 2L8'T1260W, 1EB                                                                                                          00                                                      $89.
                                                                                 fixture     fixture       $72,        $17, 00 $0,                $89,                 70000
 Existing         152 ROB1L8'T12 60W, 1EB Reflector                                                                                                00                                                      $65.
                                  ,                                              fixture     fixture       $48,        $17, 00 $0,                $65,                 70000
 Existing         153 RET 2L8'T12 60W, 1EB                                                                                                         00                                                      $89,
                                                                                 fixture     fixture       $72,        $17,00 $0,                 $89,                 70000
 Existing         154 RET1L8'T12,60W, 1EB,Reflector                                                                                                00                                                      $27.
                                                                                 fixture     fixture       $24.         $3,15 $0,                 $27,                 40000
 Existing         155 Occupancy Sensor, 4L8' FluorescentFixtures                                                                                   65                                                     $287.
                                          5L8'             Fixtures              fixture     fixture      $180,        $107.00 $0,               $287,                 50000
 Existing         156 Continuous Dimming, Fluorescent
 Existing         165 Base Incandescent Flood, 75W                               fixture     fixture        $1.         $4.10 $0,
                                                                                                                                                    62
                                                                                                                                                   $5,
                                                                                                                                                   80                   1000                                $5,
                                                                                                                                                                                                            $7,
                                                                                 fixture     fixture       $10.         $5.00 $7,                 $15,                  10000
 Exlstin          166 CFL Screw-In, Modular18W
 Existing         180 Base4L4'T8, 1EB                                            fixture     fixture        $0.         $0. 00 $0,
                                                                                                                                                   00
                                                                                                                                                   $0,
                                                                                                                                                   00                  70000
                                                                                                                                                                       70000
                                                                                                                                                                                                            $0,
                                                                                                                                                                                                            $7,
                                                                                 fixture     fixture        $7.         $0. 00 $0,                 $7.
 Existing         181 ROB4L4' Premium T8,1EB
 Existing         182 Occupancy Sensor, 4L4'Fluorescent Fixtures                             fixture      , $24         $3,15 $0,
                                                                                                                                                   00                                                     $27.
                                                            i\f~~fflS                                                               00 "


~Iit,
"EiilStfri' '
 Existing                                                                                                                           $0,
                                                                                                                                    $0,
 Existing
 Existin                                                                                                                            $0,
 Existing                                                                                                                           $0,
 Existing                                                                                                                           $0,
 Existing                                                                                                                           $0,
                                                                                                                                    $0,
 Existing
 Existing                                                                                                                           $0,
                                                                                                                                    $0,
 Existing
                                                                                                                                    $0,
 Existing
 Existing                                                                                                                           $0,
                                                                                                                                    $0,
 Existin




                                                                                  $1ft2                                                             $0.                  20                                   .0
                    ting                                                                                                                                                                                     $0,
                                                                                                                                                    $0,
                  110        Design
   New 111 10 % More Efficient (LIghting)
   New 112 20% More EfficlentDesi n LI htin                                       $1ft2
                                                                                  $1ft2
                                                                                              $/112
                                                                                              $/112                                                 $0,
                                                                                                                                                                         20
                                                                                                                                                                         20                                  $0,           1.2
                                                                                              $/ton        $672.40                    $0,         $672.40                                                   $672.40
                                                                                  $/ton                                                                                  15
   New 310 DX Packaged System, EER=10,3, 10 tons
                                                                                              $/ton         $78.                      $0,          $78.                                                     $78,
                                                                                  $/ton
   New 311 DX Tune UplAdvanced Diagnostics
                                                                                                           $732.40                    $0,         $732.40                                                   $732.40
                                                                                  $/ton                                                                                  15
   New 312 DXPackagedSystem EER=10, 10tons
                                                                                                             $1,                      $0,           $1,                                                       $1.
                                                                              $/sf-window                                                                                20
   New 314 Low-e Windows
                                                                                                            $84.         $160,00 $0,              $244,                                                     $244,
                                                                                  $/too                                                                                  10                                                                                          bi"'~":   :'jJ\,   2'Z;:":~E':
   New 316 Direct Eva rative Cooler
   New                                                                                                                                  ;Q.o:L\
                                                                                                                   , :::i~'iIG:i:tF5:)7;;l$JI: ::VJlIligQ;: .
                                                                                                          ::;$.!U4Q:                                            1\;   '.:::tt~i'                        ,
                                                                                                                                                                                   :;:JiQ::;~t:E~I:';O2I' 1:,,$9Ji2Q:E1,
t.C~.!!w";'L;'                                                   ;if.f,
            0~0.Q?(t~:!I~'Eii!!':~i~!I.a~f~.QQ!i!m;'!ll;!?' W!c'i; L,           c'::lf!lP;




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                                                Appendix B - Measure Inputs (Commercial)

                                                                                                                          NPVof               Full-                                          Relative             Implementation
MEASURECOSTS                                                                                                                                                                                                          Type
                                                                                                       Unit        Unit   L~etime             Incr. = 0                Full                  Energy
                                                                                                                  Labor   O&M       Service    Initial Replace         Unit              Reduction Factors          1=1 time
                                                                                                                  Cost     Cost      LIfe       Cost    Cost           Cost               SOP                          ROB
Se ment   Measure # Measure Descn tion
                                                                       Savings Units Cost
                                                                       Units Cost Equipment
                           5hp,                                          $IHP $114,                                       $0.                                        $114,
  New      401 Fan Mo/CII', 1800rpm, 89,
  New                                      ,
           402 Variable Speed Drive Control5                             $IHP $214.                              $171.    $0,                                        $385,
                                                                                                                                                                      $0.
  New
  New
                                         5HP $IHP
           413 AIr HaoolerO tiniliiltiOri,
                                          ' % ft
           500 Base Refrigeration System '10, 000 sqft store40,OOOsqftstore $0:00.
                                        5HP $IHP $0,                                                              $0.
                                                                                                                  $0.
                                                                                                                          $0.
                                                                                                                          $0.                                         $0.
  New                          Case
           501 High EfficiencY Fans                  OOOsqftstore 40,OOO..qftslore$46;42g.                        $0.     $0.                                    , $46,429.20.
                                                     000 sqft stom 40, 000 sqft stom . $1,99s.o0                  $0.     $0.                                       $1,995.
  .New     502 Strip CiJrtalljS forWalk-lns 40,
                                         : 40,                                                                                                                        $9:25
  New                                   .
           503 Night Covers forDisplay Cases , Ilnearft. dlSpiaylinear ILdisplay $9.25                            $0,00   $0.
            504 . Reduced SPeed orCy~lIngof Evaporator Fans controller  controlfer $300,                         '$0;00   $0.                                        $300.
  New
                                                                     OOOsqftstoreAO OOOsqftstore $3, 510.         $0.00   $0.                                       $3,510.
  New       505 HIgh:Efliclerti;y.
                                Comj!(Bssors          . 40,
                               . 4Q,                                 000 sqft:st(J1'8 AO,
                                                                                        OQsqft st9rs $16;20       $0,     $0,                                      $16 260.
  New       506 C~VSDretrofrt                                                                               0             $0:00 '                                           OO
                                                                                                                                                                    $4;!i!i~. .
 . New      507   InstB'mitkH1off198linifc:ondanser
                                                 Head PrassureCor 40 QOOsq(t~re40;000sqft. slore . $4,~!i5. 0 ' . $0.
  New       508. RefrigEmlUonCo'rnmlSSlonlng                        Ton9fLQad Ton OfLoad $11~, 00 " $0.                   $0.                                      $l1a.oO,
                                                                                              . $25.              $0.     $0.                                      $25:00
  New       509 Demand H~GasD9frost HP HP                                                             ;$25~00     $0,     $0.                                      $25.
  New       510 D""",ooDefrOstEleCiric                                                                                                                                                                                '1
                                                                                                                                                                  $6450,
  New       511                        $1~1;I1I
                                                                          HP HP
                  Antt.$weaf HuinkflSt8t COntrols . 40000 ' ft stOre 40 OOO ftstilre $6;450.40 $0.
                                                                                          $/unft
                                                                                                                          $0.
                                                                                                                                                                    $0.
  New       700   Bs"!'Watf)rHeatirig .
                                                                   Water Heater Water Heater           $50,       $25.                                             $75.
  New       703   Water HeaferTank Wra     electric




                                                                                                                                                                                  Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                                    Appendix B - Measure Inputs (Commercial)

APPLICABILITY FACTOR
(percent)
                                                                                           Large Office   Restaurant   Retail   Warehouse   School   College   Hospital   Hotel    Miscellaneous
     ment Measure #                       Measure Descri tion
                                                                                              45%           18%        26%        18%                                     16%          23%
 Existing     110        Base Fluorescent Fixture, 4L4'T12 , 34W, 2EEMAG
                                                                                              45%           18%        26%        18%                                     16%          23%
 Existing     111        ROB 4L4' T8, 1 EB
                                                                                              45%           18%        26%        18%                                     16%          23%
 Existing     112        ROB 2L4'T8, 1EB , Reflector
                                                                                              45%           18%        26%        18%                                     16%          23%
 Existing     114        RET 4L4' T8, 1 EB
                                                                                              45%           18%        26%        18%                                     16%          23%
 Existing     115        RET 2L4' T8, 1EB, Reflector
                                                                                              45%           18%        26%        18%                                     16%          23%
 Existing     117        Occupancy Sensor , 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
                                                                                              45%           18%        26%        18%                                     16%          23%
 Existing     118        Continuolls Dimming, 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
                                                                                              45%           18%        26%        18%                                     16%          23%
 Existin      119        RNV 2L4' T5HO, 1 EB
                                                                                                            14%        26%        10%                           25%       21%          24%
 Existing     130        Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L4'T12, 34W , 1EEMAG
                                                                                                            14%        26%        10%                           25%       21%          24%
 Existing     131        ROB 2L4' T8, 1EB
                                                                                                            14%        26%        10%                           25%       21%          24%
 Existing     133        RET 2L4' T8, 1 EB
                                                                                                            14%        26%        10%                           25%       21%          24%
 Existing     134        RET 1 L4'T8 , 1 EB , Reflector OEM
                                                                                                            14%        26%        10%                           25%       21%          24%
 Existing     136        OccupancySensor 8L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                                                                                                                     24%
                                                                                                            14%        26%        10%                           25%       21%
 Existing     137        Continuous Dimming, 10L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
                                                                                                            14%        26%        10%                           25%       21%          24%
 Existin      138        RNV 1L4'T5HO, 1EB
                                                                                                            44%        20%        39%        14%                          18%          11%
 Existing     150        Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L8'T12, 60W, 1EEMAG
                                                                                                            44%        20%        39%        14%                          18%          11%
 Existing     151        ROB 2L8' T12, 60W , 1EB
                                                                                                            44%        20%        39%        14%                          18%          11%
 Existing     152        ROB 1L8'T12 , 60W , 1EB , Reflector
                                                                                                            44%        20%        39%        14%                          18%          11%
 Existing     153        RET 2L8'T12, 60W, 1EB                                                                                                                                         11%
                                                                                                            44%        20%        39%        14%                          18%
 Existing     154        RET 1 L8'T12 , 60W , 1 EB, Reflector
                                                                                                            44%        20%        39%        14%                          18%          11%
 Existing     155        Occupancy Sensor, 4L8' Fluorescent Fixtures                                                                                                                   11%
                                                                                                            44%        20%        39%        14%                          18%
 Existing     156        Continuous Dimming, 5L8' Fluorescent Fixtures                                                                                                                 15%
                                                                                              12%           22%                                                 53%       12%
 Existing     165        Base Incandescent Flood , 75W                                                                                                                                 15%
                                                                                              12%           22%                                                 53%       12%
 Existin      166        CFL Screw- , Modular 18W                                                                                                                                      11%
                                                                                              30%                                            26%      26%
 Existing     180        Base 4L4'T8, 1
                                                                                                                                             26%      26%                              11%
 Existing     181         ROB 4L4' Premium T8, 1EB                                            30%
                                                                                                                                             26%      26%                              11%
 Existing     182         Occupancy Sensor , 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                        30%
                                                                                                                                             26%      26%                              11%
 Exis~ing     183         c()ntinu()~:s()inll'ning; 5L4' Fluorescen~FiXtures                  30%
                                                                                                                                             44%      56%       t6%       12%          11 %
 ~xisting     185       . Ba'se, 2L4'T8 , 1 EB
                                                                                                             1%,                   :1%      44%       58%       16%       12%.         11%
 Existing     186         ~OB;244' Pr'erTIiumT8.1EB                                                                                                                       12%-        '11%
                                                                                                                                            44%       58%       16%
 EXisting     167        Occupa n C'IS ensQr , 8 (4 ' .'Ff uorescent. . FiJdu r~s                                                                                                      11%
                                                                                                                                            44%       58%       16%       12%
 Existin      188        COl1tir\OQIJS Dirhrriin ;.. 5L4'   FluorescehtFixtlJres
                                                                                                            80%        80%        70%       70%       85%       90%       80%          75%
 Existing     200        Base Mercury Vapor 400W Lamp                                         90%
                                                                                                            80%        80%        70%       70%       85%       90%       80%          75%
 Existing     201        High Pressure Sodium 250W Lamp                                       90%
                                                                                                            80%        80%        70%       70%       85%       90%       80%          75%
 Existin      202        Outdoor Li htin Controls Photocellffimeclock                         90%
                                                                                                                       59%        18%       51%       67%       87%       91%          40%
 Existing     310        DX Packaged System, EER=10. 3, 10 tons                               80%           85%
                                                                                                            85%        59%        18%       51%       67%       87%       91%          40%
 Existing     311        DX Tune Up! Advanced Diagnostics                                     80%
                                                                                                            85%        59%        18%       51%       67%       87%       91%          40%
 Existing     312        DX Packaged System, EER=10. 9, 10 tons                               80%
                                                                                                            85%        59%        18%       51%       67%       87%       91%          40%
 Existing     313        Window Film (Standard)                                               80%
                                                                                                            85%        59%        18%       51%       67%       87%       91%          40%
 Existing     314        Evaporative Pre- Cooler                                              80%
                                                                                                                       59%        18%       51%       67%       87%       91%          40%
 Existing     315        Prog. Thermostat - DX                                                80%           85%
                                                                                                                       59%        18%       51%       67%       87%       91%          40%
 Existing     316        Direct Evaporative Cooler                                            80%           85%
                                                                                                                       59%        18%       51%       67%       87%       91%          40%
 Existing     317        Indirect Evaporative Cooler                                          80%           85%
                                                                                                                       59%        18%       51%       67%       87%       91%          40%
 Existin      318        Indirect- Direct Evaporative Cooler                                  80%           85%
                                                                                                                       100%       100%      100%      100%      100%      100%         100%
 Existing     400         Base Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm, 87.                                  100%          100%
                                                                                                                       100%      , 10.0%    100%,     100%      1000/"    1"00%,       100%
 E~istiOg     401        Fa.h Mol.or, 5f:1p/16QOrpm; 89;5%                                    100%          100%
                                                                                                                       1()Q%      100%.     100%,     100%      10.0%     100%         100%
                        . Variabfe' Spead :DriveGontfQI, 5HP                                  1qO%          100.%
 Eti$fing     ' 4q2 ,                                                                                                                                          :37%        19%       :49%
                                                                                              25%           49%.       22%                   21%      35%
, Existln     413        AirHancllerQtinii~tion'5HP ,
. Ex.lsting   500       . BaseR atri g!:iratlol1$yste
 Existing      501        High-efficiency tan motors
 EXisting     502         Stripi::urtail1j$forW~lk"ins




                                                                                                                                              Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                            g,'




                                                                                Appendix B - Measure Inputs (Commercial)

APPLICABILITY FACTOR
(percent)
                                                                                Small Office Large Office Restaurant   Retail   Warehouse   School   College   Hospital   Hotel   Miscellaneous
Se ment       Measure #                   Measure Descri tion
 Existing       503       Night covers for display cases
 Existing       504       Evaporator fan controller for MT walk- ins
 Existing       505       Efficient compressor motor retrofit
 Existing       506       Compressor VSD retrofit
 Existing       507       Floating head pressure controls
 Existing       508       R ef6ge rciti onCQm mission i ng
 Existing       509       Demand Hot Gas Defrost
 Existing       510       PernandDefrost Electric
 E~i$tin        5f1       Anticsweaf humidi~;tatccJntrols
                                                                                                                                                                                     40%
 Existing       600       Base Heating                                                                                                                                               40%
EJ(istil'lg     602       RoofICeilinglnsulatiQn ,                                                                                                                                   40%
 Existing       605       Clock! Programmable Thermostat                                                                                                                             40%
, Existing      610       Installation of Air Side Economizers,
                                                                                                                                                                                     40%
  Existin       612       InstaliationotAutomaledBLiildin VentilationContr'oL                                                                                                        12%
 Existing       100       BaseWaterHeatirig                                                                                                                                          72%
 E'xisting      701       Demand ' CQntrQlledcirclJl~ting systems                                                                                                                    72%
 Existing       703       Water HeaterT ank Wrap ( electric)                                                                                                                         72%'
 Existin '      704       t-/otWatE'" SHW Pi elnsulation                                                                                                                             100%
   New           110      Base Lighting                                                                                                                                              100%
   New           111      10 % More Efficient Design (Lighting)                                                                                                                      100%
   New          112       20 % More Efficient Desi n Li           hting
                                                                                                                                                                                     60%
   New          310       DX Packaged System. EER=10. 3, 10 tons                                                                                                                     60%
   New          311       DX Tune Up! Advanced Diagnostics                                                                                                                           60%
   New          312       DX Packaged System . EER=10. 9, 10 tons                                                                                                                    60%
   New          314       Low-e Windows                                                                                                                                              60%
   New          316       Direct Eva orative Cooler                                                                                                                                  60%
   New          317       Indirect Evaporative Cooler                                                                                                                                60%
   New          318       Indirect- Direct Evaporative Cooler                                                                                                                        100%
   New          400        Base Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 87.                                                                                                                       100%
   New          401       , FanMotot;5hp, 1800rpm. 89;5%                                                                                                                             100%
  New           402        \,I~Ji~bleSPeei:l DrilieCoritl"ol 5HP ,                                                                                                                    19%
   New          413        AirJiandler,Q limizationi 5HP
   New           5(!d '   i3~~a~~frigerati~ri$Ystem '
   New           501      High-efficiency fan motors
   New           502      stripgurtSinsJorWalk-ins
   New                    f'ligflfCQversfor(lisp(aY~Ses '
   New           504      Evaporator fan controller for MT walk- ins
   New           505      Efficient compressor motor retrofit
   New           506      colTipressor YSD retrofit
   New           507      Floating head pressure controls
   Ni:!w         508      R~f..iger~tioI'1G~rnrni~si()nin
   New           509      Demand Hot Gas Defrost
   ~ew           510      pemi:in~l)efrostEJec:trib
   ~ew"          511      ~nti"sweijt' t1umidistatoonttols
   New           tOo      ea~eWa(etHeiilting , , ,
   New           103      WaterHeaterTankWra " electric




                                                                                                                                              Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                       Appendix B - Measure Inputs (Commercial)

BASE TECHNOLOGY EUls
(kWh/square foot)                                                                                                                                                                    Miscellaneous
                                                                       Small Office Large Office   Restaurant   Retail   FoodStore Warehouse   School   College   Hospital   Hotel
    ment Measure #                   Measure Description
             110     Base Fluorescent Fixture, 4L4'T12, 34W , 2EEMAG                                                      11.        2.44
 Existing
             130     Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L4'T12, 34W , 1EEMAG                                                      11.        2.44
 Existing
             150     Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L8' T12, 60W, 1EEMAG                                                      11.44
 Existing                                                                                                                                                                                10.
                                                                                                     5.40                 37.                                      13.
 Existing    165     Base Incandescent Flood, 75W
                                                                                                                                                2.42     3.49
 Existing    180     Base Fluorescent Fixture, 4L4'T8, 32W, 1
                                                                                                                                                         3.49                            2.41
 Existing    185     Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L4'T8, 32W , 1EB
                                                                          0;36                                                       0;71                0,45
 Existing    200     Base MercuryVapor 400W Lamp
 Existing    310     OX Packaged System , EER=10. 3, 10 tons                                                    2.43
                                                                                                       68.                 2.42                 0.49
 Existing    400     Bs$e Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm. 87.
                                                                                11    . 1.40,                             28;00      15.
 Existing    500     Base Refrigeratiol1. ~ystem
                                                                                       10.                        00'               . 7. 00'    6;00
 Existing    600     Base Heating
 Existin     700     BaseWaterHeatio                                      0.46                       3;99
                                                                                                                          10.                   2.49               6.47
  New        110     Base Fluorescent Fixture, 4L4'T12, 34W, 2EEMAG
                                                                                                                          10.                   2.49               6.47
  New        130     Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L4'T12, 34W, 1EEMAG
                                                                                                                          10.                   2.49               6.47
  New        150     Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L8'T12 , 60W, 1EEMAG                                                                                                                     10.
                                                                                                      5.40                37.                                      13.
  New        165     Base Incandescent Flood, 75W
  New        310     OX Packaged System, EER=10. 3, 10 tons                                                     2.43
                                                                                                                           2.42       1:06      0.49     1.46      2;61                  0;1)6
  New        400     Base Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm, 87 ;5%                      00'
                                                                                                                          28. 00'    16,                 0~53                            oAO
  New        500     Base Refrigeratii:lhSystem                                 1'1                 -8,
                                                                         . 9.                                   4;00       7;85                                   . 8;99
  New        600     Base Heating                                                                                                                                            2;97
                                                                          0.46                                  0;53                            0;99
  New'       700     Base WaterHeatin




                                                                                                                                                Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                        Appendix           B -     Measure Inputs (Commercial)

ENERGY SAVINGS
(percent)
                                                                             Small Office Large Office Restaurant   Retail   FoodStore Warehouse   School   College   Hospital   Hotel   Miscellaneous
Se ment        Measure # Measure Description
 Existing       110 Base Fluorescent Fixture, 4L4'T12 , 34W, 2EEMAG
                                                                                   21%       21%         21%        21%        21%       21%       21%       21%       21%       21%         21%
 Existing       111 ROB 4L4'T8, 1 EB
                                                                                   58%       58%         58%        58%        58%       58%       58%       58%       58%       58%         58%
 Existing        112 ROB 2L4'T8, 1EB , Reflector
                                                                                   21%       21%         21%        21%        21%       21%       21%       21%       21%       21%         21%
 Existing        114 RET4L4'T8, 1EB
                                                                                   58%       58%         58%        58%        58%       58%       58%       58%       58%       58%         58%
 Existing        115 RET 2L4'T8, 1EB, Reflector
                                                                                   30%       30%         20%        20%        20%       20%       20%       20%       20%       20%         20%
 Existing        117 Occupancy Sensor, 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
                                                                                   75%       75%         75%        75%        75%       75%       75%       75%       75%       75%         75%
 Existing        118 Continuous Dimming, 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
                                                                                   24%       24%         24%        24%        24%       24%       24%       24%       24%       24%         24%
 Existing        119 RNV 2L4'T5HO, 1EB
 Existing        130 Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L4' T12, 34W , 1EEMAG
                                                                                   17%       17%         17%        17%        17%       17%       17%       17%       17%       17%         17%
 Existing        131 ROB 2L4' T8, 1EB
                                                                                   17%       17%         17%        17%        17%       17%       17%       17%       17%       17%         17%
 Existing        133 RET 2L4'T8, 1EB
                                                                                   57%       57%         57%        57%        57%       57%       57%       57%       57%       57%         57%
 Existing        134 RET 1L4'T8, 1EB, Reflector OEM
                                                                                   30%       30%         20%        20%        20%       20%       20%       20%       20%       20%         20%
 Existing        136 Occupancy Sensor, 8L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
                                                                                   75%       75%         75%        75%        75%       75%       75%       75%       75%       75%         75%
 Existing        137 Continuous Dimming, 10L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
                                                                                   24%       24%         24%        24%        24%       24%       24%       24%       24%       24%         24%
 Existing        138 RNV 1L4'T5HO, 1EB
 Existing        150 Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L8'T12, 60W , 1EEMAG               22%       22%         22%        22%        22%       22%       22%       22%       22%       22%         22%
 Existing        151 ROB 2L8'T12 , 60W , 1EB
                                                                                   60%       60%         60%        60%        60%       60%       60%       60%       60%       60%         60%
 Existing        152 ROB 1L8'T12 , 60W, 1EB, Reflector                             22%       22%         22%        22%        22%       22%       22%       22%       22%       22%         22%
 Existing        153 RET 2L8'T12 , 60W , 1EB
                                                                                   60%       60%         60%        60%        60%       60%       60%       60%       60%       60%         60%
 Existing        154 RET 1L8'T12, 60W , 1EB , Reflector
                                                                                   30%       30%         20%        20%        20%       20%       20%       20%       20%       20%         20%
 Existing        155 Occupancy Sensor, 4L8' Fluorescent Fixtures
                                                                                   75%       75%         75%        75%        75%       75%       75%       75%       75%       75%         75%
 Existing        156 Continuous Dimming, 5L8' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing        165 Base Incandescent Flood, 75W                                                                                                                                72%
 Existin         166 CFL Screw- in, Modular 18W
 Existing        180 Ba~~4L4'T8;1 EB                                                                                                                                             16%
 Existing        181 RO134l4' Pn3rniurnT'8;1EB
                                                                                                                                                                                 20%
 Existing        182 Occupancy Sensor, 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                                                                                                                 75%
 Existing        183 Continuous Dimming, 5L8' Fluorescent Fixtures
 EXisting        1&1j aa,$e2~4'T~. 1EB
 Existing        186      RQi3.2L4' Pi"emiumT~. 1E:B
 Existing        187 Occupancy Sensor, 8L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing        188 Continuous Dimming, 5L8' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing        20P , a~se 'MarcuryVaPQr4()()WJamp
 Existing        201"  High Pressure Sodium 250W L;:jmp
, Existin "      :202 '   QutCioofli '
                                     h6n.ControlsPhOlObelllTirneclock
 Existing        310 DX Packaged System , EER=10. 3, 10 tons                                                                                                                                 20%
                                                                                   20%       20%         20%        20%        20%       20%       20%       20%       20%       20%
 Existing        311 DX Tune Up! Advanced Diagnostics
 Existing        312 DX Packaged System, EER=10. 9, 10 tons                                              10%                             12%
 Existing        313 Window Film (Standard)                                                                                                                                                  10%
                                                                                   10%       10%         10%        10%        10%       10%       10%       10%       10%       10%
 Existing        314 Evaporative Pre- Cooler                                                                                                                                                 10%
                                                                                   10%       10%         10%        10%        10%       10%       10%       10%       10%       10%
 Existing        315 Prog. Thermostat - DX                                                                                                                                                   58%
                                                                                   58%       58%         58%        58%        58%       58%       58%       58%       58%       58%
 Existing        316 Direct Evaporative Cooler
 Existing        317 Indirect Evaporative Cooler
 Existing        318 Indirect- Direct Evaporative Cooler
 Existing        400 Base Fan       r.t1otor, 5hp, 1800rpm, 87.
 ExistinS        401 "    fa~:M()tpr:$I:ij). 18qOrprn; 8\t5%
 Exi sti~g      , 402        ri~~I~$peadbrive9Qntl"()f, 5HP
 ~xistiri9 .     413,     Ah':f!al1Q!!t(Optimizatlbn;5J:lP "'
 E':Ctstin       500      i3~se' BElf~g~r~noi'l$Ystern ,
                          High-efficiency fan motors                                                                           12%
 Existing        501

                                                                                                                                             Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                              Appendix         B -    Measure Inputs (Commercial)

Existing       Strip curtainsJorwalk- ins
Existing       NightcoversJor display ~ses
Existing       Evaporator fan controller for MT walk- ins
Existing       Efficient compressor motor retrofit
Existing       Compressor VSP retrofit
Existing       Floating head pressure controls
Existing       Refrigeration Commissioning
Existing       Demand Hot Gas Defrost
Existing       Demand DefrosfEledtric
Existin        Mti"sweat humidistat ' controls
Existing       Base Heating
              Roof FCeiUng Insulation                                                                                      10%     10%
Existing
               Clock IPrCigrammable Thermostat. '                                                                          10%     10%
Existing
                                                                                                                           15%     15%
Existing       lnstaUationofAir~ideEconomizers
Existin       . InstallatiQn of Automated Buildin VentiiationContro
Existing.      BaseWatetH~ating
Existing       De~and contrblledcirculatingsystems
l;1(isting     Water He!:lterTanKWraP( electric)
Existing       HotVVster' SHW) Pipe. Insulation
 New           Base Lighting
                                                                         10%    10%      10%   10%   10%    10%     10%    10%     10%     10%      10%
 New           10 % More Efficient Design (Lighting)
                                                                         20%    20%      20%   20%   20%    20%     20%    20%     20%     20%      20%
 New           20 % More Efficient Desi n Li htin
 New           DX Packaged System , EER=10. 3, 10 tons
                                                                         20%    20%      20%   20%   20%    20%     20%    20%     20%     20%      20%
 New           DX Tune Up! Advanced Diagnostics
 New           DX Packaged System , EER=10. 9, 10 tons
 New           Low-e Windows                                                             10%                12%
                                                                         58%             58%   58%   58%    58%     58%    58%     58%     58%      58%
 New           Direct Evaporative Cooler
 New            Base Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 87.
 New         , Fah.Motor;5hp; 180bfPm. &9.
 New          VariableSp~edDtiVeConfror         5 HI='
 New         , AirHaodlefOptinilzation.    5 HP .
 New           Ba~e ~efrigeratio(1~ystelTl
 New           High-efficiency fan motors
 New          , Strip curtains for\!Valk- ins
 New           :NightCQvers fordisplay cases
 New           Evaporator fan controller for MT walk- ins
 New           Efficient c;ompressor motor retrofit
 New           Compre:ssor. VSD: retrofit
 New           Floating head pressure controls
 New          . Refrigeration Commissioning
 New           Demand Hot Gas Defrost
 New           Demal1dDefrostElectric .
 New          . Aliti-sweat tjunii'disiatcontrols.
. Ne.w         E3~seW~ti:it.He~tirig , '
  New          WaterHeaterTankWra elec:tric




                                                                                                              Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                       Appendix   B -   Measure Inputs (Commercial)

Standards Adjustment Factor
(percent)

Se ment       Measure #                Measure Description
 Existing      110 Base Fluorescent Fixture, 4L4'T12 , 34W, 2EEMAG
 Existing      111 ROB 4L4'T8, 1EB
 Existing      112 ROB 2L4'T8, 1EB, Reflector
 Existing      114 RET 4L4'T8, 1EB
 Existing      115 RET 2L4'T8, 1EB, Reflector
 Existing      117 Occupancy Sensor, 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing      118 Continuous Dimming, 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing      119 RNV 2L4'T5HO, 1EB
 Existing      130 Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L4' T12 , 34W, 1EEMAG
 Existing      131 ROB 2L4'T8, 1EB
 Existing      133 RET 2L4'T8, 1 EB
 Existing      134 RET 1L4'T8, 1EB , Reflector OEM
 Existing      136 Occupancy Sensor, 8L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing      137 Continuous Dimming, 10L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing      138 RNV 1L4'T5HO, 1EB
 Existing      150 Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L8'T12 , 60W, 1EEMAG
 Existing      151 ROB 2L8'T12 , 60W, 1EB
 Existing      152 ROB 1L8'T12, 60W , 1EB , Reflector
 Existing      153 RET 2L8'T12 , 60W, 1EB
 Existing      154 RET 1L8'T12, 60W, 1EB, Reflector
 Existing      155 Occupancy Sensor, 4L8' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing      156 Continuous Dimming, 5L8' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing      165 Base Incandescent Flood, 75W
 Existin       166 CFL Screw-in, Modular 18W
 E:icisting    180 'E~as~.ltL4"8,    1EB '
 Existing      181 ' ROB 4L4' Premium T8;1EB
 Existing      182     Occupancy Sensor , 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing      183     Continuous Dimming, 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing      185 B.ase2L4'T8.     1EB
 E:xisting     186 ROB.2L4' Pi'emh.lmT~,       1EB
 Existing      187     Occupancy Sensor, 8L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing      188     Continuous Dimming, 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing      200     B8 se Merpu ry Va por4QOWLam P
 Existing      201 , Hi!Jhpfe~Sl.lreSodium250WL.ariip.
, ExistJn     ;;202 QutdoorUhtin Controls.' PhQtocelllTimeclock
  Existing     310     DX Packaged System, EER=10. 3, 10 tons
  Existing     311     DX Tune Up! Advanced Diagnostics
  Existing     312     DX Packaged System, EER=10. 9, 10 tons
  Existing     313     Window Film (Standard)
  Existing     314     Evaporative Pre- Cooler
  Existing     315     Prog. Thermostat - DX
  Existing     316     Direct Evaporative Cooler
  Existing     317     Indirect Evaporative Cooler
  Existing     318 Indirect- Direct Evaporative Cooler
  Existing     400 ' ~~s'eFaifMotor, 5Hp;1aQOfpm;87.
, Existing'                                          ~9:5%' .
                       Fan' t.1;ot9.r. 5~p; 18QOrphi;,
  Existin     , 4P2 .' Yafia~IEI~pl'iedDri\ieiCo.ntrOl, 5HP
, E~.isti6      13, .Aif8andletOptimiz~It()Oi5f:iP" '
 Ei(lstirlg    500 "   l3as~RefrrQerati:on$ys~el'h
 Existing      $01 '   Hlgh,Effipie(lc~Cas~Fans



                                                                                                               Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                     Appendix   B -   Measure Inputs (Commercial)

 Strip Curtains for Walk- Ins
 Night Covers for DIsplay Cases
 Reduced Speed or Cycling of Evaporator Fans
 High-Efficiency Corn Pressors
 COfl1preSSor V$D . retrofit
 Installation QfFloating C6nden~erHeadPressureC'
 Refrige ratio n . Corn mission i hg
 Demand H6tGasDefrosf
 Demand DetrostElectric
            HlimjgjstalControls
 Ariti~ Sweaf
 Base Heating
 Roof ! Ceiling Insulation
 Clock! Pro9rammable Thermostat
 Install ationdf AIr$ideEconomizers
 InstallalionofAutomated Buildih VentilationC6htro
. Base Water Heating .
 () e m~ndcoi! trc,lled circu I ati ngsystem s
 WaterHea~erT~nk Wrap. (electric)
 Hot Water (SHW) Pipe Insulation
 Base Lighting
 10 % More Efficient Design (Lighting)
 20 % More Efficient Desi n Li htin
DX Packaged System, EER=10. 3, 10 tons
DX Tune Up! Advanced Diagnostics
DX Packaged System , EER=10. 9, 10 tons
Low-e Windows
Direct Evaporative Cooler
~asE(F~n' .f\.1()t()r; 5hp; .1800rpm, 87.
FaoM6tor, 5hp, 18QOrpli'I:' S9. 5% '
VarisDleS,peEld Drive;~orifrol, 5Hp
AifJ:-IandlerQptirriizatlori, 5 HP
 Base Re.m!)e ffltion . Syste oj
. Higt\EfflciencyCaseFans
,. stripqurtail)sforW~\I~~ ll1s
 . NighrCove~f()r Display Qases
  . Redhce-d.$p~ed ;orc;yclingof Evaporat9r . Fans
 High~E:fficienqyiCo,!,press()rs .
, Con1pre.~~orv:sDretr()fit
. Jo.stali~tiqI16ffJq8'ti hgCohden ser H eadP (ess oreG' .
 ~efrigerationCornmi~sionin9 .
 DeniandH()t~aspefrost .
 Demandpi:!frpstElectric.
 AnU-SWe,at f,(uniidiSitat . Cohtrpls .
 ~i:lseWl:iterHeating ,
. Wa.erl-lealerTankWr~ip electric




                                                                                              Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                     Appendix B - Measure Inputs (Commercial)

FEASIBILITY FACTOR
(percent)

Se ment      Measure #               Measure Description
 Existing     110 Base Fluorescent Fixture, 4L4'T12 , 34W , 2EEMAG
 Existing     111 ROB 4L4'T8, 1 EB
 Existing     112 ROB 2L4'T8, 1EB, Reflector
 Existing     114 RET 4L4' T8, 1EB
 Existing     115 RET 2L4'T8, 1EB , Reflector
 Existing     117 Occupancy Sensor, 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing     118 Continuous Dimming, 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing     119 RNV 2L4'T5HO, 1EB
 Existing     130 Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L4'T12, 34W, 1EEMAG
 Existing     131 ROB 2L4'T8, 1EB
 Existing     133 RET 2L4'T8 , 1EB
 Existing     134 RET 1L4'T8, 1EB , Reflector OEM
 Existing     136 Occupancy Sensor, 8L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing     137 Continuous Dimming, 10L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing     138 RNV 1L4'T5HO, 1EB
 Existing     150 Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L8'T12 , 60W, 1EEMAG
 Existing     151 ROB 2L8'T12 , 60W, 1EB
 Existing     152 ROB 1L8'T12 , 60W, 1EB, Reflector
 Existing     153 RET 2L8'T12, 60W , 1EB
 Existing     154 RET 1L8'T12, 60W , 1EB, Reflector
 Existing     155 Occupancy Sensor, 4L8' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing     156 Continuous Dimming, 5L8' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing     165 Base Incandescent Flood, 75W
 Existin      166 CFL Screw-in, Modular 18W
- Existing    180     Base 4l4'TB,
                                1EB
 Existing     181 ROB4l4' Premiun'lT8. 1E
 Existing     182 Occupancy Sensor, 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing     183 Continuous Dimming, 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing     185 ease2L4'TB, 1EB
 Existing     186 ~OB2L4' F'temium"8.        1EB
 Existing     187 Occupancy Sensor, 8L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing     188 Continuous Dimming, 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
 E)(istiog    200 BaseMe.rcui'yV~por400W L;amp
 Existing,    20h HighPressureSodiurn       ?50WLarnp
. Existin     202 - , Qut~ootU' htin 'Controls PhotocellllJmeclobk
Existing      310 OX Packaged System, EER=10. 3, 10 tons
Existing      311 OX Tune Up! Advanced Diagnostics
Existing      312 OX Packaged System . EER=10. 9, 10 tons
Existing      313 Window Film (Standard)
Existing      314 Evaporative Pre-Cooler
Existing      315 Prog. Thermostat - OX
Existing      316 Direct Evaporative Cooler
Existing      317 Indirect Evaporative Cooler
Existing      318 Indirect- Direct Evaporative Cooler
ExIsting'     400'    B~se!3anMot'()r, 5~pi-180PrPrnd~t~S%
~xistiOg      401 F.an MotQ~!!,!hp, 180Qrpm;8~, 5% .,
E)(isting.    402 "  V~rta~Ie.~p~~d Dri\fedQrifrol/S HP'
Existin       413 '  AfrHandl~roptin1i,z.aiioni5 HP
Existing'     SOD . aE!seR~frig:eration!~ystem
Existing     .SOl - ;HighEffiCiencyC:aseFaos




                                                                                                          Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
              Appendix   B -   Measure Inputs (Commercial)

 Existing
 Existing
 Existing
 Existing
 Existing
 Existing
 Existing
 Existing.
 ExiSting "
 Exi~tiri
 Existing
 Existing
 Existing
 Existing
. Existin
 Existing
 Existing
 Existing
, Existing
   New
   New
   New
   New
   New
   New
   New
   New
   New
   New
   New
  . New
   New.
   New
   NeW.
   NeW
  J-i~w
   NeW
   New
   New'
   New
   New
  -New
   NeW
   New
   New




                                                       Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                        Appendix B - Measure Inputs (Commercial)

INCOMPLETE FACTOR
(percent)
                                                                          Small Office Large Office   Restaurant   Retail   Warehouse   School   College   Hospital   Hotel   Miscellaneous
Se ment        Measure # Measure Description
 Existing       110 Base Fluorescent Fixture, 4L4'T12 , 34W, 2EEMAG                      100%           100%       100%       100%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing        111 ROB 4L4'T8, 1 EB                                        100%        100%           100%       100%        96%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing        112 ROB 2L4'T8, 1EB, Reflector                              100%        100%           100%       100%        96%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing        114 RET 4L4'T8, 1EB                                         100%        100%           100%       100%        96%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing        115 RET 2L4'T8, 1EB, Reflector                              100%        100%           100%       100%        96%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing        117 Occupancy Sensor , 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures            86%          86%           100%       100%        98%       87%      97%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing        118 Continuous Dimming, 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures           100%        100%           100%       100%        96%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing        119 RNV 2L4'T5HO, 1EB                                       100%        100%           100%       100%       100%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing        130 Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L4'T12 , 34W , 1EEMAG                    100%           100%       100%       100%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing        131 ROB 2L4'T8, 1EB                                                     100%           100%       100%        96%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing        133 RET 2L4'T8, 1EB                                                     100%           100%       100%        96%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing        134 RET 1L4'T8, 1EB , Reflector OEM                                     100%           100%       100%        96%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing        136 Occupancy Sensor, 8L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                         87%            100%       100%        98%       87%      97%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing        137 Continuous Dimming, 10L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                      100%           100%       100%        96%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing        138 RNV 1L4'T5HO, 1EB                                                   100%           100%       100%       100%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing        150 Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L8'T12 , 60W, 1EEMAG                     100%           100%       100%       100%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing        151 ROB 2L8'T12 , 60W, 1EB                                              95%             95%       95%         95%      95%      95%        95%        95%       95%
 Existing        152 ROB 1L8' T12 , 60W, 1EB , Reflector                                 95%             95%       95%         95%      95%      95%        95%        95%       95%
                                                                                         95%             95%       95%         95%      95%      95%        95%        95%       95%
 Existing        153 RET 2L8'T12 , 60W, 1EB
 Existing        154 RET 1L8'T12 , 60W, 1EB , Reflector                                  95%            95%        95%        95%       95%      95%        95%        95%       95%
                                                                                         87%            100%       100%       98%       87%      97%       100%       100%       100%
 Existing        155 Occupancy Sensor, 4L8' Fluorescent Fixtures
                                                                                         100%           100%       100%       96%       100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing        156 Continuous Dimming, 5L8' Fluorescent Fixtures
                                                                                         100%           100%       100%       100%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing        165 Base Incandescent Flood, 75W
                                                                                         42%            50%        100%       85%       95%      95%        60%        60%       83%
 Existin         166 CFL Screw- , Modular 18W
                 180 BaseAL4 T6, 1EB                                                     100%           100%       100%       100%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
 E:xisting ,
                 181 ROB4l!4' PremiornT8;           1EB                                  100%           100%       100%       100%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing
                                                                                         100%           96%        100%       95%       90%      90%       90%        95%        96%
 Existing        182 Occupancy Sensor, 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
                                                                                         100%           100%       100%       96%       100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
 Existing        183 Continuous Dimming, 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
                 185 Base2IA'T8,                                                         100%           100%       100% '     100%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%.
 I$"i~til'\g                             1EB
                 186                                                                     100%           100%       100%       100%      100%'    100%      100%       100%       100%
  Existing             ROB~ ~L4' PJelTlium TS. 1EB
                                                                                         100%           96%        100%       95%       90%      90%       90%        95%        96%
  Existing       187   Occupancy Sensor , 8L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
                                                                                         100%           100%       100%       96%       100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
  Existing       188 Continuous Dimming, 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
                                                                                         100%           100%       100%       100%      100%     100%      1000/0'    100%       100%
  Existing       2QO Base MerCl1fY Vap or40qWLamp
                                                                                         15%            25%        22%        10%       15%      40%        12%       25%         19%'
  ExiSting        01 ' HighPtess\Jre$oc:!iurn250WLarnp                                   15%            52%'       ;27%        13%      31%                23%                   ,30%
  Existin        202 Outdoor, liihtin ' Control$ Photocellirime clock
                                                                                         100%           100%       100%       100%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
  Existing       310 DX Packaged System, EER=10. 3, 10 tons                              33%            33%        33%        33%       33%      33%       33%        33%        33%
  Existing       311 DX Tune Up! Advanced Diagnostics                                    100%           100%       100%       100%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
  Existing       312 DX Packaged System, EER=10. 9, 10 tons                              40%            55%        75%        21%       77%      32%       42%        84%        56%
  Existing       313 Window Film (Standard)                                              95%            95%        95%        95%       95%      95%       95%        95%        95%
  Existing       314 Evaporative Pre-Cooler                                              29%            69%        43%        62%       52%      32%       64%        81%        64%
  Existing       315 Prog. Thermostat - DX                                               100%           100%       100%       100%      100%     100%      100%       100%       100%
  Existing       316 Direct Evaporative Cooler
  Existing       317 Indirect Evaporative Cooler
  Existing       318 Indirect- Direct Evaporative Cooler
, Existing       4M "     BaseFanMQt(jr , ~hj)~: 180(jrpm 87.
 Exii;ting      .; 401    Fa:n;Motori.5I1P, 16(jO~IT1~ :~9;5% ,
 E~i~ting        402.    Variabl", SPElElc:iprilie COrltrol;, 5HP
 Exi~ti!'ig     ....h3    AirHahdlerOptil'\'lii~tion;5 Hp'
  Existing       500'    'B~seRefrigefati()n$ystem
, Existing       $01 .   Hi9b'~fficiericy'oaseFans



                                                                                                                                 Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
              Appendix   B -   Measure Inputs (Commercial)

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                                                      Shaded rows denote Phase /I measure additions.
                                                                        Appendix B - Measure Inputs (Commercial)

UNITS/SQUARE FOOT

                                                                                               Retail     FoodStore Warehouse        School       College       Hospital        Hotel       Miscellaneous
Se ment        Measure #               Measure Description
 Existing       110     Base Fluorescent Fixture. 4L4'T12 , 34W. 2EEMAG                        008491       013840      005374       008964       008515           014999       004553          007275
 Existing       111     ROB 4L4'T8, 1 EB                                                       008491       013840      005374       008964       008515           014999       004553          007275
 Existing       112     ROB 2L4'T8, 1 EB , Reflector                                           008491       013840      005374       008964       008515           014999       004553          007275
 Existing       114     RET 4L4'T8, 1EB                                                        008491       013840      005374       008964       008515           014999       004553          007275
 Existing       115     RET 2L4' T8, 1EB , Reflector                                           008491       013840      005374       008964       008515           014999       004553          007275
 Existing       117     Occupancy Sensor , 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                           008491       013840      005374       008964       008515           014999       004553          007275
 Existing       118     Continuous Dimming, 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                          008491       013840      005374       008964       008515           014999       004553          007275
 Existing       119     RNV 2L4' T5HO, 1EB                                                     008491       013840      005374       008964       008515           014999       004553          007275
 Existing       130     Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L4'T12 , 34W , 1EEMAG                       016445       026616      010629       017220       016557           029219       008947          014263
 Existing       131     ROB 2L4'T8, 1EB                                                        016445       026616      010629       017220       016557           029219       008947          014263
 Existing       133     RET 2L4'T8, 1EB                                                        016445       026616      010629       017220       016557           029219       008947          014263
 Existing       134     RET 1L4'T8 , 1EB , Reflector OEM                                       016445       026616      010629       017220       016557           029219       008947          014263
 Existing       136     Occupancy Sensor , 8L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                           016445       026616      010629       017220       016557           029219       008947          014263
 Existing       137     Continuous Dimming, 10L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                         016445       026616      010629       017220       016557           029219       008947          014263
 Existing       138     RNV 1L4'T5HO, 1EB                                                      016445       026616      010629       017220       016557           029219       008947          014263
 Existing       150     Base Fluorescent Fixture . 2L8'T12 , 60W, 1EEMAG                       009257       015051      006583       010502       009543           015574       004911          007929
 Existing       151     ROB 2L8'T12 . 60W, 1EB                                                 009257       015051      006583       010502       009543           015574       004911          007929
 Existing       152     ROB 1L8'T12, 60W, 1EB. Reflector                                       009257       015051      006583       010502       009543           015574       004911          007929
 Existing       153     RET 2L8'T12, 60W , 1EB                                                 009257       015051      006583       010502       009543           015574       004911          007929
 Existing       154     RET 1L8'T12, 60W , 1EB, Reflector                                      009257       015051      006583       010502       009543           015574       004911          007929
 Existing       155     Occupancy Sensor , 4L8' Fluorescent Fixtures                           009257       015051      006583       010502       009543           015574       004911          007929
 Existing       156     Continuous Dimming. 5L8' Fluorescent Fixtures                          009257       015051      006583       010502       009543           015574       004911          007929
 Existing       165     Base Incandescent Flood, 75W                                           071355       103267      044609       067403       069297           072060       062989          056347
 Existin        166 CFL Screw- in, Modular 18W                                                 135402       127560      051129       149927       149927           166102       042494          064556
 Existing       180 Base4L41'8, 1EB                                                          0;013637       006823    0:01~3()9      011550     0:013421          0067,         012912       0:014030
 Existing       181 ROB4L4' Pi'emiumT8. tE.B                                                 0;013637      006823       012309       011550       013421      , 0. 006713       012912          014030
 Existing       182 Occupancy Sensor, 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                                013637      006823       012309       011550       013421           006713       012912          014030
 Existing       183 Continuous Dimming, 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                              009257      015051       006583       010502       009543           015574       004911          007929
 Existing       185 Base2L4'T8, 1EB                                                          0:026224      013493     0;023645     , 0. 022457      026:144     0:013191           316          027171
                                                                                               026224 '    013493       023645        0;022457       026144       013191      0:025316       ~0;027171
 Existing       186 ROB2L4' Pi'eriliumT8, 1EB
                                                                                                026224     013493       023645           022457      026144        013191       025316          027171
 Existing       187 Occupancy Sensor, 8L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
 Existing       188 Continuous Dimming. 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                               009257     015051       006583           010502      009543        015574       004911          007929
                                                                                                oo04S9       000917'    000618     . 0:000269,      000286      0;000478          0424          000215
 Existing       200 Base MercuryVap.or 400W Lamp                                                000499 , 0;000917       000518      , 0. 000269     000286       000478 '       000424          000215
 Existing       201 High Pressure$bdlun1250W Lamp                                               000125,      000229   0;000129           000067 . 0; 000072    0;00.01.19       000106 '     0;000054 '
 Exij3ting      202 ' OutdoorJ,Jhtir(' Coritrols Photoc:ellfTimeclock
                                                                                                001555       003077     000769           001716      002308      002308         002866           001538
 Existing       310 DX Packaged System , EER=10. 3, 10 tons                                     001555       003077     000769           001716      002308      002308         002866           001538
 Existing       311 DX Tune Up/ Advanced Diagnostics                                            001555       003077     000769           001716      002308      002308         002866           001538
 Existing       312 DX Packaged System , EER=10. 9, 10 tons                                     028438       040900     017071           024227      062523      020120         094500           028438
 Existing       313 Window Film (Standard)                                                      001555       003077     000769           001716      002308      002308         002866           001538
 Existing       314 Evaporative Pre-Cooler                                                      001555       003077     000769           001716      002308      002308         002866           001538
 Existing       315 Prog. Thermostat - DX                                                       001555       003077     000769           001716      002308      002308         002866           001538
 Existing       316 Direct Evaporative Cooler                                                   001555       003077     000769           001716      002308      002308         002866           001538
 Existing       317 Indirect Evaporative Cooler                                                 001555       003077     000769           001716      002308      002308         002866           001538
 Existing       318 Indirect- Direct Evaporative Cooler
                                                                                             0:000526        OOd471  0:OOO3~6        0;000289 ,0,aMEli ()     0;OOaS10       , O. OOq533"    , 0:000219
 E~lsting'      400 Baset=~nfl.1().or, 5hjJ;f800rpm, 87 .
                                                                                             !;tOO0526       000471  0..0903:6,6         000~~9 ' OXiOM10 ,      OOO~10          00053.3.     0;000219
 Existing "     4()1 , FariMotor. 5hp,. WOQfpm, 89. 5% ,
                                                                                             iUjO0526        OPM"(1" 0;Q OO3e~       0;000269     0;000610     O:OOO61()     'b. oO()533    . 0. 000219
 f:xisting      402 . yai'iIi~le$peEidDriVe~6ritr()I 5HP                                                                                                                                     1:QOOOOO
                                                                                              1 ;000000 , 1.000PUC): l:POPOOO         1 :000000      000000    1 :OOO()()O      000000
  Existin '     413 AirHal'idl~rQptimi2;a~on, 5HP
, Existing "   . 500'   . aaseRefrigerati6hSysterit                                                       0:000025 '
 Existing       501. High Efficiengy Case~ans                                                            , 0;000025



                                                                                                                             Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                       Appendix              B -    Measure Inputs (Commercial)

 Existing     Strip Curtains for Walk- Ins
 Existing     Night CoversJor Display Cases
 Existing     Reduced Speed or Cycling of Evaporator Fans
 Existing     High"Efficiency Compressors
 E)(isting    Compre(;sor \Iso' retrofit
 Existing     Installation Of Floating Condenser Head PresslJreCOntrols
 Existing     Refrigeration Commissioning
 Existing     OemandHot Gas Defrost
Existing      OemandDefrost Electric
. Existin     Anti, Sweat Humidistat Controls
Existing      Base Heating                                                        000000 '    000000                      1;000000        000000        000000         000000     000000
Existing      Roof ! Ceiling Insulation                                           663726      961796                        952738        602149      0.430728         900138     914815
Existing      Clock !Programmable Thermostat                                      000000      000000                        0000pO      1 ;000000       000000         000000   1:000000
Exi~ting      l/"IstaliationofAir Side Economizers                                000000     1 ;000000                      0000QO        000000        000000         000000   1;000000
              Installation of Automated ' Buildin VentilatioriContro          1 .000bOO        000000                       ()oOOOO       000000      1.000000     '1. 000000   1 :000000
Existin
Existing      Base Water Heating .                                                000007       000093                    0:OQO021         000005        000010         000014     000023
Exi(;ting     Oemandco/"ltrolfed cir'culating systems                             000007 "     000093                       000021        000Q05        000010         000014     00002
              WaterHeaterT~nKWtap(electric) .                                   000167       0;000790                       000097        000357      0:000767 .       001071     000105
E)(isting
Existing      Hot W ater($HW) Pipe Insu ration                                0;000925         0043                         000539 '    0:001982      0;004262         005948     000583
  New         Base Lighting                                                     000000         000000                       000000        000000        000000         000000     000000
  New         10 % More Efficient Design (Lighting)                             000000         000000                       000000        000000        000000         000000     000000
  New         20 % More Efficient Desi n       Li htin                          000000         000000                       000000        000000        000000         000000     000000
  New         DX Packaged System , EER=10. 3,         10 tons                   002308         002308                       000769        001716        002308         002866     001538
  New        DX Tune Up! Advanced Diagnostics                                   002308         002308                       000769        001716        002308         002866     001538
  New        DX Packaged System, EER=10. 9. 10 tons                             002308                                      000769        001716        002308         002866     001538
  New        Low-e Windows                                                      087701                                      017071        024227        020120         094500     028438
  New        Direct Evaporative Cooler                                          002308                                      000769        001716        002308         002866     001538
  New        Base FaoMolor, f)hp;.1800rpm , 87 ;5%                            0,pO0669                                      009386      0;000289      0;000610.        900533     000219
  New        Fan- Motorifihp;J800tpm. 89.                                     O:()00~69                                 ' 0. 0()()3     0~0()0289      Oa061()      0;000533      000219
  New        Variable. .$peeciDrive.Corltrol 5HP                                OO06~9 ,                                 0;000386         000289 '      000610      0:000533    0:000219
                                                                                                                        ' toOOOOO      , 1. 000000.   1;000000         000       ()OOOOO
  New         Air. HaridIEu Qplimiii;\tion..5 flp                             1:000000
  New        .' Base'Refrig ~ration System
. New          HfhEfflcfeop ' C~seFal1s
  New -      - Strip. CUrtains fQtWalk::lns    .
  NeW         NightCoyers fprDisplay Cases
 . New        RedllcE3dS: peE!   tjr Cycling of . E yap'orator Fan's
   New       . High"EffjCiencYGolnpressors. . '
  New         compressorV$DIetrOfit.
 ;N~w         InstaUati~noff'IQ~tin'gCo/"ldenserHead' Press ureGootrols'
. Ne.w       . RefdgerationQ9mmissioriirig
  t-Jew       b etna n dB otGasOefrost
  New         De ma ri dpen-QstE;lectric
  New         A/"Iti~$weaf H. umidislat   . controls
  NeW        - BaseWalefHeating
  New         WaterHeaterTarikWra electric




                                                                                                                                  Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
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                                                                                                    Appendix          C -   Economic Inputs (Residential)


ECONOMIC PARAMETERS

 UTILITYNAME                        Idaho Power
 SECTOR                              Residential
 BATCH #
 UTILITYDISCOUNTRATE
 CUSTOMER DISCOUNT RATE                15.
 GENERAL INFLATIONRATE (Measure)
 BASE YEAR                             2004
 START YEAR                            2004
 DIFFERENCE
       LINE lOSS RATE
 UTILITY

Ratemme Periods
                                                   Summer                        Winter
                                    Summer On-      Partial-   Summer Winter On- Partial-    Winter Off-
Name                                   Peak          Peak      Off-
                                                                  Peak  Peak      Peak        Peak
Abbreviation                           SOP           SPP        SOFF    WOP       WPP         WOFF       TOTAL
Hours                                  520           952         736              3648        2904        8760
                 for
Monthlv Adiustment rates

                                    AVOIDEDENERGY COSTS BYTIME PERIOD                                   AVOIDEDDEMAND COSTS BYTIME PERIOD                       Residential ENERGY RATES                                   Residential DEMANDRATES

                                                     SPP       SOFF       WOP       WPP       WOFF        SOP       SPP     SOFF     WOP      WPP      WOFF       SOP       SPP      SOFF        WOP       WPP      WOFF SOP        SPP       SOFF      WOP      WPP       WOFF
                                       SOP
                                                               $/KWh     $/KWh     $IKWh      $/KWh       $/KW     $/KW     $/KW     $/KW     $IKW     $IKW      $/KWh     $/KWh     $/KWh      $/KWh     $IKWh     $/KWh $/KW      $/KW      $/KW      $IKW     $/KW      $IKW
Year                                  $/KWh        $/KWh
                                                    $0,036      $0,029    $0,000    $0,035     $0,028    $49,210   $0,000   $0,000   $0.000   $0,000   $0.000     $0,064    $0,064    $0,064     $0,000    $0,057    $0,057  $0,000    $0,000    $0,000   $0,000    $0,000    $0,000
                             2004        $0,052
                                                                $0,030    $0,000    $0,036     $0,029    $50,450   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0.000   $0,000     $0,066    $0,066    $0,066     $0,000    $0,059    $0,059  $0,000    $0,000    $0,000   $0,000    $0,000    $0.000
                             2005        $0,057     $0,036
                                                    $0,037      $0,031    $0,000    $0,037     $0,030    $51.721   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0,068    $0,068    $0,068     $0,000    $0,061    $0,061  $0,000    $0.000    $0,000   $0,000    $0,000    $0,000
                             2006        $0,057
                                                    $0,068      $0.035    $0,000    $0,038     $0,031    $53,024   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0,078    $0,078    $0.078     $0,000    $0,069    $0,069  $0,000    $0.000    $0,000   $0,000    $0,000    $0,000
                             2007        $0,057
                                                                $0,037    $0,000    $0,040     $0,033    $54,361   $0.000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0,081    $0,081    $0,081     $0,000    $0,072    $0,072  $0.000    $0,000    $0.000   $0,000    $0,000    $0,000
                             2008        $0,058     $0,073
                                                                          $0,000    $0,040     $0,034    $55,730   $0,000   $0.000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0.083    $0,083    $0,083     $0,000    $0,074    $0,074  $0,000    $0,000    $0,000   $0,000    $0.000    $0,000
                             2009        $0,059     $0,077      $0,038
                                                                          $0.000    $0,043     $0,036    $57,135   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0.086    $0,086    $0,086     $0,000    $0,077    $0,077  $0,000    $0,000    $0.000   $0,000    $0,000    $0,000
                             2010        $0,061     $0,079      $0,038
                                                                          $0,000    $0,046     $0,037    $58,575   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0.000   $0,000     $0,089    $0,089    $0,089     $0,000    $0,079    $0,079  $0,000    $0,000    $0,000   $0.000    $0,000    $0,000
                             2011        $0,063     $0,082      $0,040
                                                                          $0.000    $0,047     $0,038    $60,051   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0.092    $0,092    $0,092     $0.000    $0,082    $0,082  $0,000    $0,000    $0.000   $0,000    $0,000    $0.000
                             2012        $0,065     $0,064      $0,041
                                                                $0,042    $0,000    $0.048     $0,039    $61.564   $0,000   $0,000   $0.000   $0.000   $0,000     $0,095    $0.095    $0,095     $0,000    $0.064    $0,084 $0,000     $0,000    $0,000   $0,000    $0,000    $0,000
                             2013        $0,067     $0.086
                                                                $0,043    $0,000    $0,049     $0,040    $63,115   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0,097    $0,097    $0,097     $0,000    $0,086    $0,086 $0,000     $0,000    $0,000   $0,000    $0,000    $0.000
                             2014        $0,070     $0,088
                                                                          $0,000    $0,051     $0,041    $64.706   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0,100    $0,100    $0,100     $0,000    $0,089    $0,089 $0,000     $0,000    $0,000   $0.000    $0,000    $0,000
                             2015        $0.073     $0,091      $0,044
                                                                          $0,000    $0.052     $0,042    $66.337   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0.000   $0,000     $0.102    $0,102    $0,102     $0,000    $0,091    $0,091 $0.000     $0,000    $0,000   $0,000    $0,000    $0,000
                             2016        $0,072     $0.093      $0,045
                                                                          $0,000    $0,053     $0.043    $68,008   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0.000     $0,105    $0,105    $0.105     $0,000    $0,093    $0.093 $0,000     $0.000    $0,000   $0,000    $0,000    $0,000
                             2017        $0,073     $0,095      $0,046
                                                                                    $0,055     $0,044    $69.722   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0.108    $0,108    $0,108     $0,000    $0.096    $0,096 $0.000     $0,000    $0,000   $0,000    $0.000    $0,000
                             2018        $0,076     $0,098      $0,047    $0,000
                                                                                    $0,056     $0,046    $71.479   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0,111    $0,111    $0,111     $0,000    $0,098    $0,098 $0,000     $0,000   $0,000    $0,000    $0,000    $0.000
                             2019       $0,078      $0,100      $0,048    $0,000
                                                                          $0,000    $0,057     $0,047    $73,280   $0,000   $0,000   $0.000   $0,000   $0,000     $0,114    $0,114    $0,114     $0.000    $0,101    $0,101 $0,000     $0,000   $0,000    $0,000    $0,000    $0,000
                             2020       $0,080      $0,103      $0,050
                                                                                    $0,059     $0,048    $75,127   $0.000   $0,000   $0,000   $0.000   $0,000     $0,116    $0.116    $0,116     $0,000    $0,103    $0,103 $0,000     $0,000   $0,000    $0,000    $0,000    $0,000
                             2021       $0.081      $0,105      $0,051    $0,000
                                                                                    $0.060     $0,049    $77.020   $0,000   $0.000   $0,000   $0.000   $0,000     $0,120    $0,120    $0,120     $0,000    $0.106    $0,106 $0,000     $0,000   $0.000    $0,000   $0,000     $0.000
                             2022       $0,083      $0,108      $0,052    $0,000
                                                                                    $0,062     $0,050    $78,961   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0,123    $0,123    $0,123     $0,000    $0,109    $0,109 $0,000     $0,000   $0,000    $0.000   $0,000     $0,000
                             2023       $0,085      $0,111      $0,053    $0,000
                                                                          $0,000    $0,064     $0,052    $81.330   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0.000     $0,127    $0,127    $0,127     $0,000    $0,112    $0,112 $0,000     $0,000   $0,000    $0,000   $0,000     $0,000
                             2024       $0,088      $0,114      $0,055
                                                                                    $0,066     $0,053    $83,770   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0,130    $0,130    $0, 130    $0,000    $0.116    $0,116 $0,000     $0.000   $0,000    $0,000   $0,000     $0,000
                             2025       $0,090      $0,117      $0,057    $0,000
                                                                                    $0,068     $0,055    $86.283   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0.000   $0,000     $0,134    $0,134    $0,134     $0,000    $0.119    $0,119 $0,000    $0.000    $0,000    $0,000   $0.000     $0,000
                             2026       $0,093      $0,121      $0,058    $0,000
                                                                          $0,000    $0,070     $0,057    $88.871   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0.138    $0,138    $0,138     $0,000    $0,123    $0,123 $0,000    $0,000    $0,000    $0.000   $0,000     $0,000
                             2027       $0,096      $0,125      $0,060
                                                                                    $0,072     $0,058    $91,538   $0.000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0,142    $0,142    $0,142     $0,000    $0,127    $0,127 $0,000    $0,000    $0,000    $0,000   $0,000     $0,000
                             2028       $0,099      $0,128      $0,062    $0,000
                                                                                               $0,060    $94,284   $0,000   $0.000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0.147    $0,147    $0,147     $0,000    $0,130    $0,130 $0,000    $0,000    $0,000    $0,000   $0.000     $0,000
                             2029       $0,102      $0,132      $0.064    $0,000    $0,074
                                                                                    $0,076     $0,062    $97,112   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0,151    $0,151    $0,151     $0,000    $0,134    $0,134 $0,000    $0,000    $0,000    $0,000   $0,000     $0,000
                             2030       $0.105      $0,136      $0,066    $0.000
                                                                                                        $100,026   $0.000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0,156    $0,156    $0,156     $0,000    $0,138    $0,138 $0.000    $0,000    $0,000    $0,000   $0.000     $0,000
                             2031       $0.108      $0,140      $0,068    $0.000    $0,078     $0,064
                                                                                               $0,066   $103,026   $0,000   $0.000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0.160    $0,160    $0,160     $0,000    $0,142    $0,142 $0,000    $0,000    $0,000    $0,000   $0,000     $0,000
                             2032       $0,111      $0,144      $0,070    $0,000    $0,081
                                                                                               $0,068   $106,117   $0,000   $0,000   $0.000   $0,000   $0,000     $0,165    $0.165    $0,165     $0,000    $0,147    $0,147 $0,000    $0,000    $0.000    $0,000   $0,000     $0,000
                             2033       $0,114      $0,149      $0,072    $0,000    $0,083
                                                                                               $0,070   $109,301   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0.000   $0.000     $0,170    $0,170    $0,170     $0.000    $0,151    $0,151 $0,000    $0,000    $0,000    $0,000   $0,000     $0.000
                             2034       $0.118      $0,153      $0,074    $0.000    $0.086
                                                                                               $0,072   $112,580   $0,000   $0.000   $0,000   $0,000   $0.000     $0,175    $0,175    $0,175     $0,000    $0,156    $0,156 $0,000    $0,000    $0.000    $0,000   $0,000     $0.000
                             2035       $0,121      $0,158      $0,076    $0,000    $0.088
                                                                                                        $115,957   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0,180    $0,180    $0,180     $0,000    $0,160    $0,160 $0,000    $0,000    $0,000    $0,000   $0,000     $0.000
                             2036       $0,125      $0,163      $0,078    $0.000    $0,091     $0,074
                                                                                                                   $0,000   $0,000   $0.000   $0,000   $0,000     $0,186    $0,186    $0,186     $0,000    $0.165    $0,165 $0,000    $0,000    $0,000    $0,000   $0,000     $0,000
                             2037       $0,129      $0,167      $0,081    $0,000    $0.094     $0,076   $119.436
                                                                                                                   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0.000     $0,191    $0,191    $0,191     $0,000    $0.170    $0,170 $0,000    $0,000    $0.000    $0.000   $0,000     $0,000
                             2038       $0,133      $0,172      $0,083    $0,000    $0,096     $0,078   $123.019
                                                                                                        $126,709   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0.000   $0.000     $0,197    $0,197    $0,197     $0.000    $0,175    $0,175 $0,000    $0,000    $0.000    $0,000   $0,000     $0,000
                             2039       $0,137      $0,178      $0,086    $0,000    $0,099     $0.081
                                                                                                                   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000     $0,203    $0,203    $0,203     $0,000    $0.180    $0,180 $0,000    $0,000    $0,000    $0.000   $0,000     $0.000
                             2040       $0,141      $0,183      $0,088    $0,000    $0,102     $0,083   $130.511
                                                                                                                            $0,000   $0,000   $0.000   $0,000     $0,209    $0,209    $0.209     $0,000    $0,186    $0,186 $0,000    $0,000    $0,000    $0,000   $0,000     $0,000
                             2041       $0,145      $0.188      $0,091    $0,000    $0,105     $0.086   $134.426   $0,000
                                                                                                                   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0.000     $0,215    $0,215    $0,215     $0,000    $0.191    $0,191 $0.000    $0,000    $0.000    $0.000   $0,000     $0,000
                             2042       $0,149      $0,194      $0.094    $0,000    $0,108     $0,088   $138.459
                                                                                                                   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0,000   $0.000     $0,222    $0,222    $0,222     $0,000    $0.197    $0,197 $0,000    $0,000    $0,000    $0.000   $0,000     $0,000
                             2043       $0,154      $0,200      $0,096    $0,000    $0,112     $0,091   $142.613
                                                                                  Appendix          C -      Economic Inputs (Commercial)
ECONOMIC PARAMETERS

 UTILITY NAME                         Idaho Power
 SECTOR                               Commercial
 BATCH #
 UTILITY DISCOUNT RATE
 CUSTOMER DISCOUNT RATE                  15.
 GENERAL INFLATION RATE (Measure)
 BASE YEAR                               2004
 START YEAR                              2004
 DIFFERENCE
 UTILITY LINE LOSS RATE

RatefTime Periods
                                                     Summer                           Winter
                                      Summer On-     Partial-   Summer Winter On- Partial-       Winter Off-
Name                                     Peak         Peak      Off- Peak Peak     Peak            Peak
Abbreviation                             SOP          SPP        SOFF     WOP      WPP            WOFF          TOTAL
Hours                                    520          952          736             3648            2904          8760
Monthlv Adiustment for rates

                                      AVOIDED ENERGY COSTS BY TIME PERIOD                                      AVOIDED DEMAND COSTS BY TIME PERIOD                           Commercial ENERGY RATES

                                                      SPP        SOFF      WOP        WPP         WOFF           SOP       SPP       SOFF      WOP       WPP       WOFF        SOP        SPP       SOFF       WOP       WPP        WOFF
                                         SOP
                                                                $/KWh      $/KWh      $/KWh       $/KWh          $/KW      $/KW      $/KW      $IKW      $/KW      $/KW       $/KWh      $/KWh      $/KWh      $IKWh     $/KWh      $/KWh
Year                                    $/KWh        $/KWh
                                           $0. 052    $0. 036    $0. 029    $0. 000    $0. 035     $0. 028      $49. 210   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 041    $0. 041    $0. 041   $0. 000    $0. 041    $0. 041
                               2004
                                                      $0. 036    $0. 030    $0. 000    $0. 036     $0. 029      $50.450    $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0.000      $0. 043   $0. 043     $0. 043   $0. 000   $0. 043    $0. 043
                               2005        $0. 057
                                                      $0. 037    $0. 031    $0. 000    $0. 037     $0. 030      $51. 721   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 044   $0. 044     $0. 044   $0. 000   $0. 044    $0. 044
                               2006        $0. 057
                                                      $0. 068    $0. 035    $0. 000    $0. 038     $0. 031      $53. 024   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 052   $0. 052     $0. 052   $0. 000   $0. 052    $0. 052
                               2007        $0. 057
                                                      $0. 073    $0. 037    $0. 000    $0. 040     $0. 033      $54. 361   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 054   $0. 054     $0. 054   $0. 000   $0. 054    $0. 054
                               2008        $0. 058
                                                      $0. 077    $0. 038    $0. 000    $0. 040     $0. 034      $55. 730   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 055   $0. 055     $0. 055   $0. 000   $0. 055    $0. 055
                               2009        $0. 059
                                                      $0. 079    $0. 038    $0. 000    $0. 043     $0. 036      $57. 135   $0, 000   $0, 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 057   $0. 057     $0. 057   $0. 000   $0. 057    $0. 057
                               2010        $0. 061
                                                      $0. 082    $0. 040    $0. 000    $0. 046     $0. 037      $58. 575   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 060   $0. 060     $0. 060   $0. 000   $0. 060    $0. 060
                               2011        $0. 063
                                                      $0. 084    $0. 041    $0. 000    $0. 047     $0. 038      $60. 051   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 061   $0. 061     $0. 061   $0. 000   $0. 061    $0. 061
                               2012        $0. 065
                                                                 $0. 042    $0. 000    $0. 048     $0. 039      $61. 564   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 063   $0. 063     $0. 063   $0. 000   $0. 063    $0. 063
                               2013        $0. 067    $0. 086
                                                                 $0. 043    $0. 000    $0. 049     $0. 040      $63. 115   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 065   $0. 065     $0. 065   $0. 000   $0. 065    $0. 065
                               2014        $0. 070    $0. 088
                                                                 $0. 044    $0. 000    $0. 051     $0. 041      $64. 706   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 067   $0. 067     $0. 067   $0. 000   $0. 067    $0. 067
                               2015        $0. 073    $0. 091
                                                                 $0. 045    $0. 000    $0. 052     $0. 042      $66. 337   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 068   $0. 068     $0. 068   $0. 000   $0. 068    $0. 068
                               2016        $0. 072    $0. 093
                                                                 $0. 046    $0. 000    $0. 053     $0. 043      $68. 008   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 070   $0. 070     $0. 070   $0. 000   $0. 070    $0. 070
                               2017        $0. 073    $0. 095
                                                                 $0. 047    $0. 000    $0. 055     $0. 044      $69. 722   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 072   $0. 072     $0. 072   $0. 000   $0. 072    $0. 072
                               2018        $0. 076    $0. 098
                                                                 $0. 048    $0. 000    $0. 056     $0. 046      $71.479    $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0.000      $0. 073   $0. 073     $0. 073   $0. 000   $0. 073    $0. 073
                               2019        $0. 078    $0. 100
                                                      $0. 103    $0. 050    $0. 000    $0. 057     $0. 047      $73. 280   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 076   $0. 076     $0. 076   $0. 000   $0. 076    $0. 076
                               2020        $0. 080
                                                                 $0. 051    $0. 000    $0. 059     $0. 048      $75. 127   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 077   $0. 077     $0. 077   $0. 000   $0. 077    $0. 077
                               2021        $0. 081    $0. 105
                                                                 $0. 052    $0. 000    $0. 060     $0. 049      $77.020    $0. 000   $0. 000   $0.000    $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 079   $0. 079     $0. 079   $0. 000   $0. 079    $0. 079
                               2022        $0. 083    $0. 108
                                                                 $0. 053    $0. 000    $0. 062     $0. 050      $78. 961   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 081   $0. 081     $0. 081   $0. 000   $0. 081    $0. 081
                               2023        $0. 085    $0. 111
                                                                 $0. 055    $0. 000    $0. 064     $0. 052      $81. 330   $0. 000   $0.000    $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 084   $0. 084     $0. 084   $0. 000   $0. 084    $0. 084
                               2024        $0. 088    $0, 114
                                                                 $0. 057    $0. 000    $0. 066     $0. 053      $83. 770   $0.000    $0.000    $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 086   $0. 086     $0. 086   $0. 000   $0. 086    $0. 086
                               2025        $0. 090    $0. 117
                                                                            $0. 000    $0. 068     $0. 055      $86. 283   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 089   $0. 089     $0. 089   $0. 000   $0. 089    $0. 089
                               2026        $0. 093    $0. 121    $0. 058
                                                                            $0.000     $0. 070     $0. 057      $88. 871   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 091   $0. 091     $0. 091   $0. 000   $0. 091    $0. 091
                               2027        $0. 096    $0. 125    $0. 060
                                                                                       $0. 072     $0. 058      $91. 538   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 094   $0. 094     $0. 094   $0. 000   $0. 094    $0. 094
                               2028        $0. 099    $0. 128    $0. 062    $0. 000
                                                                            $0.000     $0. 074     $0. 060      $94. 284   $0. 000   $0.000    $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 097   $0. 097     $0. 097   $0. 000   $0. 097    $0. 097
                               2029        $0. 102    $0. 132    $0. 064
                                                                                       $0. 076     $0. 062      $97. 112   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 100   $0. 100     $0. 100   $0. 000   $0. 100    $0. 100
                               2030        $0. 105    $0. 136    $0. 066    $0. 000
                                                                                       $0. 078     $0. 064     $100. 026   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 103   $0. 103     $0. 103   $0. 000   $0. 103    $0. 103
                               2031        $0. 108    $0. 140    $0. 068    $0. 000
                                                                                       $0. 081     $0. 066     $103. 026   $0. 000   $0.000    $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 106   $0. 106     $0. 106   $0. 000   $0. 106    $0. 106
                               2032        $0. 111    $0. 144    $0. 070    $0.000
                                                                                       $0. 083     $0. 068     $106. 117   $0. 000   $0.000    $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 109   $0. 109     $0. 109   $0. 000   $0. 109    $0. 109
                               2033        $0. 114    $0. 149    $0. 072    $0.000
                                                                                       $0. 086     $0. 070     $109. 301   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 112   $0. 112     $0. 112   $0. 000   $0. 112    $0. 112
                               2034        $0. 118    $0. 153    $0. 074    $0. 000
                                                                                       $0. 088     $0. 072     $112. 580   $0.000    $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 116   $0. 116     $0. 116   $0. 000   $0. 116    $0. 116
                               2035        $0. 121    $0. 158    $0. 076    $0.000
                                                                                                   $0. 074     $115. 957   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 119   $0. 119     $0. 119   $0. 000   $0. 119    $0. 119
                               2036        $0. 125    $0. 163    $0. 078    $0. 000    $0. 091
                                                                                       $0. 094     $0. 076     $119.436    $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 123   $0. 123     $0. 123   $0. 000   $0. 123    $0. 123
                               2037        $0. 129    $0, 167    $0. 081    $0.000
                                                                                                   $0. 078     $123. 019   $0. 000   $0.000    $0. 000   $0. 000   $0.000      $0. 127   $0. 127     $0. 127   $0. 000   $0. 127    $0. 127
                               2038        $0. 133    $0. 172    $0. 083    $0. 000    $0. 096
                                                                                                   $0. 081     $126. 709   $0. 000   $0.000    $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 130   $0. 130     $0. 130   $0. 000   $0. 130    $0. 130
                               2039        $0, 137    $0. 178    $0. 086    $0. 000    $0. 099
                                                                                                   $0. 083     $130. 511   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 134   $0. 134     $0. 134   $0. 000   $0. 134    $0. 134
                               2040        $0. 141    $0. 183    $0. 088    $0. 000    $0. 102
                                                                                                   $0. 086     $134.426    $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 138   $0. 138     $0. 138   $0. 000   $0. 138    $0. 138
                               2041        $0. 145    $0. 188    $0. 091    $0. 000    $0. 105
                                                                                                               $138.459    $0. 000   $0.000    $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 142   $0. 142     $0. 142   $0. 000   $0. 142    $0. 142
                               2042        $0. 149    $0. 194    $0. 094    $0. 000    $0. 108     $0. 088
                                                                                                   $0. 091     $142. 613   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000   $0. 000     $0. 147   $0. 147     $0. 147   $0. 000   $0. 147    $0. 147
                               2043        $0. 154    $0. 200    $0. 096    $0. 000    $0. 112
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Building Stock Table
(Homes)

      Segment              Count
     Existing SF          233 860
   Existing SMF           25, 740
   Existing LFM           22,452
   Existing MH                895
 New SF (Per Year)           608
New SMF (Per Year)          879
New LFM (Per Year)           285
New MH (Per Year)           970

End Use Load Shape Table
(No Units - Normalized)

                                                                            Winter
                       Summer On-    Summer Partial-   Summer Winter On-               Winter Off-
      End Use                                                               Partial-
                           Peak           Peak         Off- Peak Peak                     Peak
                                                                             Peak
Space Cooling             0.4353           3774           0368       0000     1231         0274
Lighting                    0548           1021           0660       0000   0.4763         3009
Refrigeration              0693            1204           0861       0000   0.4105        3137
Freezer                    0715            1182           0858       0000   0.4051        3194
Water Heating              0523            1131           0369       0000     5242        2734
Clothes Washer              0760           1592           0161       0000     6090         1398
Dish Washer                0826            1286           0142       0000     6300         1447

Peak To Energy Relationship Table (Utility Coincidence)
(No Units - Normalized)

                                                                            Winter
                       Summer On-   Summer Partial-    Summer Winter On-               Winter Off-
      End Use                                                               Partial-
                           Peak           Peak         Off- Peak Peak                     Peak
                                                                             Peak
Space Cooling               2746          9314            5615       0000   1 .4092        2564
Lighting                    8296          6935            2162       0000     5349         9883
Refrigeration              0000           0651            0993       0000     0790        0705
Freezer                    0550           0141            0289       0000     0117        9907
Water Heating              7998           8720            2756       0000     0198        2919
Clothes Washer             2559            6857           5000       0000     5080         7619
Dish Washer               0.4450          5718         4.4388        0000     3776        9667
Coincident Peak Demand per Period = Annual energy X End Use Load Shape Share/Period Hours X Peak to Energy
                                       Appendix D - Building Stock and Load Shapes (Commercial)


Building Stock Table
(Square Feet)



    Building            Existing     New (Per Year)
  Small Office           730 212       771 906
  Large Office          012 187               366
   Restaurant            284 990         158 550
     Retail               906, 941     1 , 167 208

   FoodStore           3,496 027         104 881
   Warehouse              991 790       629   754
    School                900, 021      657   001
    College              292 588        218  778
    Hospital             191 066        275  732
     Hotel               424 395        192 732
 Miscellaneous            366, 211      790, 986
                                                               Appendix D - Building Stock and Load Shapes (Commercial)
End Use Load Shapes and Peak To Energy Relationship Table (Utility Coincidence)
                                                                  End Use Load Shapes                                                     Peak To Energy Relationship Table (Utility Coincidence)
                                                                  (No Units. Normalized)                                                                 (No Units. Normalized)
                                       Summer On-    Summer       Summer Off-   Winter On-   Winter Partial-   Winter Off-   Summer On-     Summer       Summer Off-   Winter On-   Winter Partial- Winter Off-
  Building Type        End Use            Peak      Partial- Peak    Peak         Peak           Peak            Peak           Peak       Partial- Peak    Peak         Peak           Peak           Peak
  Small Office      Indoor Lighting       1113           0949         0443         0000           5683             1812         3128            0000         0000         0000           0000          0000
  Large Office      Indoor Lighting       1113           0949         0443         0000           5683             1812         3419            0000         0000         0000            0000         0000
    Restaurant      Indoor Lighting       0795           1059         0695         0000         0.4702            2748          9249            0000         0000         0000            0000         0000
      Retail        Indoor Lighting       0928           1013         0573         0000           5158            2328          5471            0000         0000         0000            0000         0000
   FoodStore        Indoor Lighting       0707           1065         0738         0000         0.4516            2973          6781            0000         0000         0000            0000         0000
   Warehouse       Indoor Lighting        1117           0958         0457         0000           5625            1843          1713            0000         0000         0000            0000         0000
    School         Indoor Lighting         1091         0941         0331          0000           6189            1448         1.4425           0000         0000         0000            0000         0000
    College        Indoor Lighting         1014         0963         0494          0000           5473            2056           5815           0000         0000         0000            0000         0000
    Hospital       Indoor Lighting         0887         1044         0645          0000         0.4908            2516           3006           0000         0000         0000            0000         0000
      Hotel        Indoor Lighting         0623         1114         0849          0000         0.4148            3266           8920           0000         0000         0000            0000         0000
  Miscellaneous    Indoor Lighting         0923         1005         0586          0000           5113            2372           3864           0000         0000         0000            0000         0000
   Small Office    Exterior Lighting       0091         1169         1178          0000           3007          0.4555           0673           0000         0000         0000            0000         0000
   Large Office   Exterior Lighting        0091         1169         1178          0000           3007          0.4555           0673           0000         0000         0000            0000         0000
   Restaurant     Exterior Lighting        0310         1157         0975          0000           3597            3960           1514           0000         0000         0000            0000         0000
      Retail      Exterior Lighting        0177         1155         1073          0000           3201          0.4393           2500           0000         0000         0000            0000         0000
   FoodStore      Exterior Lighting        0342         1150         0963          0000           3656            3889           0866           0000        0000         0000             0000         0000
   Warehouse      Exterior Lighting        0251         1181         1088          0000           3259          0.4221           0913           0000        0000         0000          1 .0000         0000
    School        Exterior Lighting        0197        1145          1053          0000           3262          0.4343           0763           0000        0000         0000             0000         0000
    College       Exterior Lighting        0339        1159          0952          0000           3697            3853           0785           0000        0000         0000             0000         0000
    Hospital      Exterior Lighting        0319        1176          0985          0000           3543            3977           1108           0000        0000         0000             0000         0000
      Hotel       Exterior Lighting        0173        1147          1069          0000           3215          0.4395           1183           0000        0000         0000             0000         0000
  Miscellaneous   Exterior Liqhting        0170        1165          1084          0000           3179          0.4401           2790           0000        0000         0000             0000         0000
   Small Office       Cooling              3786        2788          1326          0000           1604            0496           0000           0000        0000         0000             0000         0000
   Large Office       Cooling              3786        2788          1326          0000           1604            0496           0000           0000        0000         0000             0000         0000
   Restaurant         Cooling              2592        3123          2185          0000           1300            0800           0000           0000        0000         0000             0000         0000
      Retail          Cooling              3125        3023          1751          0000           1475            0625          0000            0000        0000         0000             0000         0000
   FoodStore          Cooling              2793        3039          2069          0000           1318            0782          0000            0000        0000         0000             0000         0000
   Warehouse          Cooling              3536        2871          1492          0000           1594            0506          0000           0000         0000         0000             0000         0000
    School            Cooling            0.4647        2852          0402          0000           1972            0128          0000           0000         0000         0000             0000         0000
    College           Cooling            0.4086        2862          0952          0000           1769            0331          0000           0000         0000         0000             0000         0000
     Hospital         Cooling              3030        3003          1868          0000           1395            0705          0000           0000         0000         0000             0000         0000
      Hotel           Cooling              2695        3092          2113          0000           1358            0742          0000           0000         0000         0000             0000         0000
  Miscellaneous       Coolinq              3677        2851          1371          0000           1591            0509          0000           0000         0000         0000             0000         0000
   Small Office      Ventilation           0855        0944          0575          0000           5061            2564          0103           0000         0000         0000             0000         0000
   Large Office      Ventilation           0855        0944          0575          0000           5061            2564          0103           0000         0000         0000             0000         0000
   Restaurant        Ventilation           0762        1068          0734          0000         0.4572            2866          0533           0000         0000         0000             0000         0000
      Retail         Ventilation           0902        0877          0534          0000           5179            2509          0488           0000         0000         0000             0000         0000
   FoodStore         Ventilation           0686        1056          0757          0000         0.4383            3117          0213           0000         0000         0000             0000         0000
   Warehouse         Ventilation           0732        1258          0929          0000         0.4105            2977          0995           0000         0000         0000             0000         0000
     School          Ventilation          1091         0954          0495          0000           5186            2275          8471           0000         0000         0000             0000         0000
     College         Ventilation          0962         0881          0361          0000           6029            1767          0438           0000         0000         0000             0000         0000
     Hospital        Ventilation          0954         0900          0484          0000           5544            2117          1253           0000         0000         0000             0000         0000
      Hotel          Ventilation          0812         0939          0596          0000           5112            2541          0429           0000         0000         0000             0000         0000
                     Ventilation          0584         1100          0849          0000         0.4118            3349          0846           0000         0000         0000             0000         0000
  Miscellaneous
                    Refrigeration         0668         1068          0791          0000         0.4322            3151          0258           0000         0000         0000             0000         0000
   Small Office
                                                                Appendix 0 - Building Stock and Load Shapes (Commercial)
End Use Load Shapes and Peak To Energy Relationship Table (Utility Coincidence)
                                                                  End Use Load Shapes                                                Peak To Energy Relationship Table (Utility Coincidence)
                                                                 (No Units - Normalized)                                                            (No Units - Normalized)
                                   Summer On-     Summer       Summer Off- Winter On-       Winter Partial- Winter Off-   Summer On-    Summer     Summer Off- Winter On- Winter Partial-      Winter Off-

  Building Type       End Use         Peak       Partial- Peak      Peak         Peak           Peak          Peak            Peak    Partial-Peak    Peak          Peak           Peak           Peak
   Large Office    Refrigeration       0668           1068           0791         0000         0.4322          3151             0258        0000     1 .0000         0000           0000           0000
    Restaurant     Refrigeration       0668           1090           0819         0000         0.4248          3174             0680        0000        0000         0000           0000             0000
      Retail       Refrigeration       0660           1088           0817         0000         0.4247          3187             0682        0000        0000         0000           0000             0000
    FoodStore      Refrigeration       0669           1122           0851         0000         0.4166          3192             0663        0000        0000         0000           0000         1 . 0000

   Warehouse       Refrigeration       0701           1181           0897         0000         0.4090          3131             0732        0000        0000         0000           0000            0000
      School       Refrigeration       0652           1067           0794         0000         0.4296          3192             9647        0000        0000         0000           0000            0000
     College       Refrigeration       0633           1070           0814         0000         0.4237          3246             0158        0000        0000         0000           0000            0000
     Hospital      Refrigeration       0631           1056           0795         0000           4286          3232             0456        0000        0000         0000           0000            0000
       Hotel       Refrigeration       0638           1033           0769         0000         0.4356          3205             0302        0000        0000         0000           0000            0000
  Miscellaneous    Refriaeration       0638           1072           0796         0000         0.4295          3199             0389        0000        0000         0000           0000            0000
   Small Office       Heating          0075           0201           0029         0000          6836           2859             0010        0000        0000         0000           0000            0000
   Large Office       Heating          0075           0201           0029         0000          6836           2859             0010        0000        0000         0000           0000            0000
    Restaurant        Heating          0075           0201           0029         0000          6836           2859             0010        0000        0000         0000           0000            0000
      Retail          Heating          0075           0201           0029         0000          6836           2859             0010        0000        0000         0000           0000            0000
    FoodStore         Heating          0075           0201           0029         0000          6836           2859             0010        0000        0000         0000           0000            0000
   Warehouse          Heating          0075           0201           0029         0000          6836 '         2859             0010        0000        0000         0000           0000            0000
     School           Heating          0075           0201           0029         0000           6836          2859             0010        0000        0000         0000           0000            0000
     College          Heating          0075           0201           0029         0000           6836          2859             0010        0000        0000         0000          0000             0000
     Hospital         Heating          0075           0201           0029         0000           6836          2859             0010        0000        0000         0000          0000             0000
       Hotel          Heating          0075           0201           0029        0000            6836          2859             0010        0000        0000         0000          0000             0000
  Miscellaneous       HeatinQ          0075           0201           0029        0000            6836          2859             0010        0000       0000          0000          0000             0000
   Small Office   Water Heating        0767           1152           0498        0000          0.4517          3066             1481        0000       0000         0000           0000             0000
   Large Office   Water Heating        0767           1152           0498        0000          0.4517          3066             1481        0000       0000         0000           0000             0000
   Restaurant     Water Heating        0767           1152           0498        0000          0.4517          3066             1481        0000       0000         0000           0000             0000
      Retail      Water Heating        0767           1152          0498         0000          0.4517          3066             1481        0000       0000         0000           0000            0000
    FoodStore     Water Heating        0767           1152          0498         0000          0.4517          3066             1481        0000       0000         0000           0000            0000
   Warehouse      Water Heating        0767           1152          0498         0000          0.4517          3066             1481    1 . 0000       0000         0000           0000            0000
     School       Water Heating        0767           1152          0498         0000          0.4517          3066             1481       0000        0000         0000           0000            0000
     College      Water Heating        0767           1152          0498         0000          0.4517          3066             1481       0000        0000         0000           0000            0000
     Hospital     Water Heating        0767           1152          0498         0000          0.4517          3066             1481       0000        0000         0000           0000            0000
      Hotel       Water Heating        0767           1152          0498         0000          0.4517          3066             1481       0000        0000         0000           0000            0000
  Miscellaneous   Water HeatinQ        0767           1152          0498         0000          0.4517          3066         1 . 1481       0000        0000         0000           0000            0000
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 Existing SF   100   Base , 10 SEER Split-System Air Conditioner                       Idaho               849     153     153      298                           N/A                 N/A    N/A    N/A        N/A
 Existing SF   101   10 to 12 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                       Idaho   16%   16%   288     218     859      984   39,     41.    14,
 Existing SF   102   10 to 13 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                       Idaho   22%   22%   615     178     690      803   61.96   66,    22,                    126   1.02
 Existing SF   103   10 to 14 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                       Idaho   28%   28%   623     168     567      672   78.40   83,    28.      0.29          270   0.48
 Existing SF   106   Direct Evaporative Cooler                                         Idaho   84%   84%   637     434     396      422   27.     29,    10,      0.Q7
 Existing SF   110   Ceiling Fans                                                      Idaho               180     516     397      622                                         476          0.26              1.92
 Existing SF   111   Whole House Fans                                                  Idaho   11%         222   2,460     196      487   31,     16,    18.28                  265          0.47
 Existing SF   112   Attic Venting                                                     Idaho               141   2,482     290    2,476   15.42   13,                           136
 Existing SF   113   Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair                          Idaho   13%   13%   123     600     268      420   22,     23.                                        1.08
 Existing SF   114   Duct Repair (0, 32)                                               Idaho               144     528     324    2,479   14,     15.    5.44     0.Q7                1.90
 Existing SF   115   Duct Insulation (.4)                                              Idaho   12%   12%   147     724     392      553                  1.43
 Existing SF   117   Window Film                                                       Idaho   15%   13%   564     511     124      323   41.44   38,    18,                    161
 Existing SF   119   Double Pane Ciear Windows to Double Pane , Med Low- E Coating     Idaho   20%   18%   114   2,458     968      156   62.23   59,    26,                          5.49
 Existing SF   120   Ceiling R- O to R- 19Insulation(, 29)                             Idaho   25%   21%   187     165     361      659                                                      2.28
 Existing SF   121   Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation (.27)                           Idaho               187   2,453     367      550                           0.22          284          0.25
 Existing SF   122   Wall2x4 R- O to Blow- In R- 13 Insulation (0, 14)                 Idaho   11%   13%   230     653     361    2,467    8.77   10.
 Existin       123   Infiltration Reduction 0,                                         Idaho               100   2,468     419     571                                          265   0.44
               140   Base Room Air Conditioner - EER 9,                                Idaho                       303     303      390                           N/A     N/A         N/A    N/A    N/A        N/A
 Existing SF
 Existing SF   141   HE Room Air Conditioner - EER 10,                                 Idaho   15%   15%   123     322     124      199    7.42                             68,
 Existing SF   142   Direct Evaporative Cooler                                         Idaho   84%   84%   637     351     220      234                   1.74             116,
 Existing SF   144   Ceiling Fans                                                      Idaho               180     396     330    1,455           0.45            0.45     858.
 Existing SF   145   Whole House Fans                                                  Idaho   11%         222     365     219      380    5.48                            477.54     0.41   0.26
 Existing SF   146   Attic Venting                                                     Idaho               141     378     271      374                                    244,
 Existing SF   149   Window Film                                                       Idaho   15%   13%   564     394     179      289                           0.27     290,       0.48
 Existing SF   151   Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane , Med Low- E Coating     Idaho   20%   18%   114     378     104      209   10,                               36,              1.28
 Existing SF   152   Ceiling R- O to R- 19 Insulation (, 29)                           Idaho   25%   21%   187     757     311    1,476    1.50                             47.
 Existing SF   153   Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation (.27)                           Idaho               187     366     318    1,420                           0.40     510,                                2.20
 Existing SF   154   Wall2x4 R- O to Blow- In R- 13 Insulation (0, 14)                 Idaho   11%   13%   230   1,472     310      369                  0.45              116,
 Existin       155   Infiltration Reduction                                            Idaho               100     370     343      433                                    565.
                                                                                       Idaho                       111     111                                    N/A     N/A         N/A    N/A    N/A        N/A
 Existing SF   200   Base Lighting, 0. hr/hday
 Existin       201   CFL , 0, hr/da                                                    Idaho   75%   75%   101     111                    12,                              140,              0.40
                     Base Lighting, 2, hr/hday                                         Idaho                      983      983                                    N/A     N/A         N/A    N/A    N/A        N/A
 Existing SF   210
               211   CFL , 2, hr/da                                                    Idaho   75%   75%   180    990      248            113,           20,               421.       1.49   1.63              1.09
 Existin
                     Base Lighting, 6, hr/hday                                         Idaho                      533      533                                    N/A     N/A         N/A    N/A    N/A        N/A
 Existing SF   220
 Existin       221   CFL, 6, hr/da                                                     Idaho   75%   75%          546      136            61.            11.13             368,

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Existing SMF   100   Base, 10 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                       Idaho               322     309     309      397                           N/A
Existing SMF   101   10 to 12 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                       Idaho   16%   16%   192     347     136      212
               102   10 to 13 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                       Idaho   22%   22%   410     323     036      105                                         142
Existing SMF
Existing SMF   103   10 to 14 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                       Idaho   27%   27%   082     318     963      028                  1.69                   305
                     Direct Evaporative Cooler                                         Idaho   75%   75%   580   1,469     367      392    1.46                                 109
Existing SMF   106
Existing SMF   110   Ceiling Fans                                                      Idaho               120   1,492   1,422      555                                         535
Existing SMF   111   Whole House Fans                                                  Idaho               222   1,471   1,426      546                                         545
                                                                                       Idaho   11%         141   1,477     315    1,432                                         161
Existing SMF   112   Attic Venting
Existing SMF   113   Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair                          Idaho   12%   12%   123     567    371       463
Existing SMF   114   Duct Repair (0, 32)                                               Idaho               144     516   1,414      509                                         135
Existing SMF   115   Duct Insulation (0.4)                                             Idaho   12%   12%   129     644     444     541            0.21
Existing SMF   117   Window Film                                                       Idaho   14%   12%   178     510     304    1,422
Existing SMF   119   Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane , Med Low- E Coating     Idaho   10%               1,484     338    1,444    1.74   1.65
Existing SMF   120   Ceiling R- O to R- 19 Insulation (. 29)                           Idaho   39%   32%   151     269     390      636
               121   Ceiling R- 19 to R-38 Insulation (.27)                            Idaho               151    485    1,414      529   0.48                                  277
Existing SMF
Existing SMF   122   Wall 2x4 R- O to Blow- In R- 13 Insulation (0. 14)                Idaho                      521    1 ,447    531
                     Infiltration Reduction 0.                                         Idaho               100    489     460      552                                          439
Existin SMF    123
                                                                                       Idaho                      898     898      959                            N/A     N/A
Existing SMF   140   Base Room Air Conditioner - EER 9,
               141   HE Room Air Conditioner - EER 10,                                 Idaho   14%   14%   112    911     784      836                                      97.49
Existing SMF
                                                                                       Idaho   75%   75%   580    960     240      256                                     166.
Existing SMF   142   Direct Evaporative Cooler
                                                                                       Idaho               120    976     929      017                           0.43      819.
Existing SMF   144   Ceiling Fans
               145   Whole House Fans                                                  Idaho               222    962     932      011                                     363.
Existing SMF
                     Attic Venting                                                     Idaho   11%         141    966     860      936    0.40                             246.41
Existing SMF   146

                                                                                                                                                                 Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                                     Appendix E - Non-Additive Measure Results (Residential)




Existing SMF   149   Window Film
Existing SMF   151   Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane , Med Low- E Coating
Existing SMF   152   Ceiling R- O to R-19 Insulation (.29)
Existing SMF   153   Ceiling R- 19 to R-38 Insulation (.27)
Existing SMF   154   Wall2x4 R-O to Blow- In R- 13 Insulation (0, 14)
Existin SMF    155   Infiltration Reduction
Existing SMF   200   Base Lighting, 0. 5 hr/hday
Existin SMF    201   CFL , 0. 5 hr/da
Existing SMF   210   Base Lighting, 2, 5 hr/hday
Existin SMF    211   CFL , 2. 5 hr/da
Existing SMF   220   Base Lighting, 6, 0 hr/hday
Existin SMF    221   CFL, 6. 0 hr/da




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Existin SMF


Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existin LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
Existing LFM
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                                                                                                                               176              N/A     N/A      N/A     N/A    N/A    N/A
Existing LFM   600                                                                     Idaho                      960   960
                                                                                                                  986   466                               26,   13.     11.81
Existin LFM    601                                                                     Idaho   53%   53%
                                                                                                                                                N/A     N/A      N/A     N/A    N/A    N/A
Existing LFM   700                                                                     Idaho               421    756   756
                                                                                       Idaho   32%   32%          777   531                              751,
Existin LFM    701                                                                                                                              N/A     N/A      N/A     N/A    N/A    N/A
                                                                                       Idaho               673    436   436    532
Existing MH    100

                                                                                                                                               Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                                    Appendix E - Non-Additive Measure Results (Residential)




              101   10 to 12 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                       Idaho   16%   16%   464   1,479   242    325                            0.21           196          0.27
Existing MH   102   10 to 13 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                       Idaho   22%   22%   791   1,452   131    206                            0.26           246
Existing MH   103   10 to 14 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                       Idaho   27%   27%   799   1,446   049     120                           0.48           454   0.28
Existing MH   106   Direct Evaporative Cooler                                         Idaho   86%   86%   573    731    240    256      2.22
Existing MH   110   Ceiling Fans                                                      Idaho               180    779    695    854              0.28                         674
                                                                                      Idaho               222    737    605    784                     1.08   0.28           527                       1.92
Existing MH   111   Whole House Fans
                    Allie Venting                                                     Idaho               141    738    603    734                     0.41                  194
Existing MH   112
Existing MH   113   Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair                          Idaho   13%   13%   123    848    614    722
                                                                                      Idaho               144    787    665    776                                           112   1.15   0.45
Existing MH   114   Duct Repair (0, 32)
Existing MH   115   Duct Insulation (0.4)                                             Idaho   12%   12%   147    937    701    815      0.26
              117   Window Film                                                       Idaho   11%         564    770    575    710                                           322
Existing MH
                                                                                      Idaho   16%   15%   114    760    470    601                                                 3.25                2.40
Existing MH   119   Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane , Med Low- E Coating
Existing MH   120   Ceiling R- O to R- 19 Insulation (, 29)                           Idaho   39%   32%   187    673    638    927      1.04           0.45
                                                                                      Idaho               187    759    670    808      0.45                  0.22           278          0.25
Existing MH   121   Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation (, 27)
                                                                                      Idaho               230    815    726    826                            0.27           213
Existing MH   122   Wall 2x4 R- O to Blow- In R- 13 Insulation (0, 14)
                                                                                      Idaho               100    755    721    828              0.20          0.48           373
Existin       123   Infiltration Reduction 0.4
                                                                                                                 053    053    123                             N/A     N/A         N/A    N/A    N/A   N/A
Existing MH   140   Base Room Air Conditioner - EER 9.                                Idaho
                                                                                      Idaho   15%   15%   111    069    908    969                                       76,              0.73
Existing MH   141   HE Room Air Conditioner - EER 10,
                                                                                      Idaho   68%   68%   573    090    348    371                                      159,              0.42
Existing MH   142   Direct Evaporative Cooler
                                                                                      Idaho               180    121    068    168                                      069.48
Existing MH   144   Ceiling Fans
                                                                                      Idaho               222    095    011    124                            0.44      836,
Existing MH   145   Whole House Fans
                                                                                      Idaho               141    095    010    092                     0.25             307,       0.46   0.24
Existing MH   146   Allie Venting
                                                                                      Idaho   11%         564    115    992    077                            0.47      510.
Existing MH   149   Window Film                                                                                                                                                                        2.40
                                                                                      Idaho   16%   15%   114    109    926    009                                       54,
Existing MH   151   Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane , Med Low- E Coating
                                                                                      Idaho   39%   32%   187    684    032    214                     0.27              32,
Existing MH   152   Ceiling R- O to R- 19 Insulation (.29)
                                                                                      Idaho               187    103    047    134              0.23                    443,
Existing MH   153   Ceiling R- 19 to R- 38 Insulation (.27)
                                                                                      Idaho               230    143    088    151                            0.42      338,
Existing MH   154   Wall 2x4 R- O to Blow- In R- 13 Insulation (0, 14)
                                                                                      Idaho               100    106    084    152                                      591,
Existin       155   Infiltration Reduction
                                                                                                                                                               N/A     N/A         N/A    N/A    N/A   N/A
Existing MH   200   Base Lighting, 0, 5 hr/hday                                       Idaho
                                                                                      Idaho   75%   75%                                                0.23             298.96
Existin       201   CFL , 0, hr/da                                                                                                                                                                     N/A
                                                                                      Idaho                      615    615                                    N/A     N/A         N/A    N/A    N/A
Existing MH   210   Base Lighting, 2, 5 hr/hday                                                                                                                                                        1.09
                                                                                      Idaho   75%   75%   128    619    155             11.20                           480.              1.43
Existin       211   CFL , 2, hr/da
                                                                                                                 333    333                                    N/A     N/A         N/A    N/A    N/A   N/A
Existing MH   220   Base Lighting, 6, 0 hr/hday                                       Idaho
                                                                                              75%   75%          341                                   1.10             420,              1.90         1.09
Existi        221   CFL, 6. hr/da                                                     Idaho




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                                                                                                          449    960    960    176                             N/A                 N/A    N/A    N/A   N/A
Existing MH   600   Base Clotheswasher (MEF- 1 ,04)                                   Idaho
                                                                                      Idaho   53%   53%   200    986    466             16,
Existin       601   SEHA CW Tier 2 MEF=2,                                                                                                                                                        N/A   N/A
                                                                                                          421    756    756                                    N/A                 N/A    N/A
Existing MH   700   Base Dishwasher (EF- 52)                                          Idaho
Existin       701   Ener   Star DW EF=0,                                              Idaho   32%   32%          777    531
                                                                                                                 841    841    031                             N/A                 N/A    N/A    N/A   N/A
 New SF       100   Base , 10 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                      Idaho               046
              101   10 to 12 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                       Idaho   16%   16%   360    841    381    541      2.48
 New SF                                                                                                                                                                      121   1.06   0.43
                                                                                      Idaho   22%   22%   769    841    204    352                     1.27
 New SF       102   10 to 13 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner
                                                                                      Idaho   28%   28%   029    841    053    190                            0.27           257
 New SF       103   10 to 14 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                                                                                                                           1.49
                                                                                      Idaho   84%   84%   637    841    462    493                     0.47
 New SF       106   Direct Evaporative Cooler                                                                                                                                                          1.92
                                                                                      Idaho               180    910    772    033                            0.22           412
 New SF       110   Ceiling Fans
                                                                                      Idaho   11%         222    841    536    872      1.64                                 230
 New SF       111   Whole House Fans
                                                                                      Idaho   13%   13%   123    035    648    825      1.04    1.11
 New SF       113   Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair                                                                                                                       2.23
 New SF       114   Duct Repair (0, 32)                                               Idaho               144    961    722    904
              119   Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane , Med Low-E Coating      Idaho   21%   18%   114    841    253   2,471
 New SF                                                                                                                                                                      101   1.17
                                                                                      Idaho               174    911    771     931             0.47
 New SF       122   Wall 2x4 R- 13 to 2x6 R- 13 Insulation 0,                                                                                                                      N/A    N/A    N/A   N/A
                                                                                                                  427   427     522                            N/A     N/A
 New SF       140   Base Room Air Conditioner - EER 9,                                Idaho
                                                                                              15%   15%   154     427   213     294                    0.D1                        1.61
 New SF       141   HE Room Air Conditioner - EER 10,                                 Idaho
              142   Direct Evaporative Cooler                                         Idaho   84%   84%   637   1,427   232     248
 New SF                                                                                                                                                                      820   0.24
              144   Ceiling Fans                                                      Idaho               180    461    392     523
 New SF                                                                                                                                                                      457   0.43                1.92
                                                                                      Idaho   11%         222     427   273   1,442                    0.D1
 New SF       145   Whole House Fans                                                                                                                                                                   2.40
                                                                                      Idaho   21%   18%   167     427   131    241                     0.D1
 New SF       151   Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane , Med Low- E Coating                                                                                       201,              0.22
              154   Wall 2x4 R- 13 to 2x6 R- 13 Insulation 0.                         Idaho               174   1,462   391    472
 New SF                                                                                                                                                        N/A     N/A         N/A    N/A    N/A   N/A
                                                                                      Idaho                      111    111
 New SF       200   Base Lighting, 0. 5 hr/hday                                                                                                                         140.       0.44
                                                                                      Idaho   75%   75%   101    111                    0.44
 New SF       201   CFL , 0. hr/da                                                                                                                                     N/A         N/A    N/A    N/A   N/A
                                                                                      Idaho                      983    983                                    N/A
 New SF       210   Base Lighting, 2, 5 hr/hday                                                                                                                         425,       1.48
              211   CFL , 2, hr/da                                                    Idaho   75%   75%   180    983    246
 New SF                                                                                                                                                        N/A     N/A         N/A    N/A    N/A   N/A
 New SF       220   Base Lighting, 6, 0 hr/hday                                       Idaho                      533    533
                                                                                      Idaho   75%   75%          533    133                                             377.44
 New SF       221   CFL , 6. hr/da




                                                                                                                                                              Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
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                                                                      Appendix      E -   Non-Additive Measure Results (Residential)




                                                                                                   112



                                                                                                   475                585    585    691                             N/A
100   Base, 10 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                         Idaho
      10 to 12 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                         Idaho   16%     16%      240                585    331    421
101                                                                                                                                                      146
102   10 to 13 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                         Idaho   22%     22%      513                585     234   317
                                                                                  27%     27%      353                585     150   227                  311
103   10 to 14 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                         Idaho
106   Direct Evaporative Cooler                                           Idaho   68%     68%      611                585     506   540
                                                                                                   120                623     546   692                  492       0.26
110   Ceiling Fans                                                        Idaho
                                                                                                   222                585   1,464   627                  578       0.22
111   Whole House Fans                                                    Idaho
113   Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair                            Idaho   13%     13%      123                692   1,478   577
                                                                                                   144                641     528   631                  122
114   Duct Repair (0, 32)                                                 Idaho
119   Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane , Med Low- E Coating       Idaho   21%     18%                         585     257   379
      WaIl2x4R- 13t02x6R- 13Insulation 0,                                 Idaho                                       624     546   635
122                                                                                                                                                N/A              N/A
                                                                          Idaho                                       995     995   061
140   Base Room Air Conditioner - EER 9,                                                                                                                 110
141   HE Room Air Conditioner - EER 10,                                   Idaho   15%     15%      147                995     845   902
                                                                                          86%      611                995     138   147                  111
142   Direct Evaporative Cooler                                           Idaho   86%
                                                                                                   120                019    971    062                  784
144   Ceiling Fans                                                        Idaho
                                                                          Idaho                    222                995    919    021                  920
145   Whole House Fans
      Double Pane Clear Windows to Double Pane , Med Low- E Coating       Idaho   21%     18%                         995    789    865
151                                                                                                                                                  90.           0,48
                                                                          Idaho                                       019    970    026
154   Wall 2x4 R- 13 to 2x6 R- 13 Insulation 0,                                                                                                    N/A              N/A
200   Base Lighting, 0. 5 hr/hday                                         Idaho
                                                                                          75%                                                       155,
201   CFL , 0. 5 hr/da                                                    Idaho   75%
                                                                                                                      451    451                   N/A              N/A
210   Base Lighting, 2. 5 hr/hday                                         Idaho
                                                                                                                      451    113                    430.            1.60
211   CFL , 2, 5 hr/da                                                    Idaho   75%     75%
                                                                                                                      245    245                   N/A              N/A
220   Base Lighting, 6, 0 hr/hday                                         Idaho
                                                                          Idaho   75%     75%                         245                           382,
221   CFL, 6, 0 hr/da

                                                                                                                                          Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
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                                                          Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                                                                 Appendix E - Non-Additive Measure Results (Commercial)




 Existing        110 Base Fluorescent Fixture, 4l4'T12 , 34W , 2EEMAG
 Existing        111 ROB 4l4'T8, 1EB
 Existing        112 ROB2l4'T8 1EB Reflector
 Existing        114 RET4l4'T8 1EB
 Existing        115 RET2l4'T8 1EB , Reflector
 Existing        117  Occupancy Sensor , 4l4' Fluorescent Fixtures
):~f$tipg       )111, . ... ,c;'6b~ijt!ou~l)iit1i&Q9: ;'~l4i . FlijO~~(FiJdiJ(e!l
 Existin         119 RNV 2l4'T5HO, 1EB
 Existing        130 Base Fluorescent Fixture , 2l4'T12 , 34W, 1EEMAG
 Existing        131 ROB 2l4'T8 , 1EB
 Existing        133 RET 2l4'T8, 1EB
 Existing        134 RET 1l4'T8 , 1EB , Reflector OEM
J1'iiiS,t!Qi!    1~~,   '~p~~fYl~ej' ~Qt;~~r;:4H: t4~i~~?Eijlf .F)#':':r~_
Existing         137 Continuous Dimming, 10l4' Fluorescent Fixtures
Existin          138 RNV 1l4' T5HO, 1EB
Existing         150 Base Fluorescent Fixture , 2l8'T12 , 60W , 1EEMAG
Existing         151 ROB 2l8'T12, 60W , 1EB
Existing         152 ROB 1l8'T12 , 60W , 1EB , Reflector
Existing         153 RET 2l8'T12 , 60W , 1EB
Existing         154 RET 1l8' T12 , 60W, 1EB , Reflector
Existing         155  Occupancy Sensor , 4l8' Fluorescent Fixtures
Existin          156 Continuous Dimmin , 5l8' Fluorescent Fixtures
Existing         165 Base Incandescent Flood, 75W
Existing         166 CFl Screw- , Modular 18W
Existing         180 Base 4l4'T8, 1EB
Existing         181 ROB 4l4' Premium T8, 1EB
Existing          ~2 ' . Occupanc Sen~. 4l4' ~luore~ce n~Fi~tures
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     N/A
Existing 200
Existing 201
Existin 202
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Existing        310
Existing        311
Existing        312
Existing        313
Existing        314
Existing        315
Existin 316




                                                                                                                                                                                                                       N/A N/A                                                                       N/A
Existing 110 Base Fluorescent Fixture, 4l4'T12, 34W , 2EEMAG                                                   large Office
                                                                                                                                                                            5.2 1,
                                                                                                                                     0% $ - 6,
                                                                                                                                  0% 21% $0. 01 6.                          6 1. 11 0.00 0.00 0. 00 N/A$N/A86,35 46, 31 N/A
Existing 111 ROB 4l4'T8                                                                                        large Office 21%                                                    18 1.47 0.42 0. 15 $0.00 2.82 12,09 6,48 0 1.
Existing 112 ROB 2l4'T8, 1EB                                                                                   large Office 58%              58% $0. 20 6,
Existing 114
Existing 115 RET 2l4'T8, 1EB
                                   Reflector
                               ,, 1EB
                                   Reflector
                             RET ,4l4'T8, 1EB                                                                  large Office 21%
                                                                                                               large Office 58%
                                                                                                                                             21% $0. 43 6.
                                                                                                                                             58% $0, 63 6,
                                                                                                                                                                                            0.42
                                                                                                                                                                            7 0, 18 1.03 0.30 0. 10 $0.01 $ 20. 13 10 1. 1 1.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 0. 10 $0.             4.
                                                                                                                                                                            2 1, 18 1.470. 30 0. 15 $0.03 $ 115.84 2.02 2, 09 9 1.
                                                                                                                                                                                        84                 03 $ 78. 53
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            11 4 2,
                                                                                                                                                                            7 0, 18 1.03 0.27 0, 09 $0.02 $ 60.50 2.90 1.74 4 1.
Existing 117 Occupancy Sensor , 4l4' Fluorescent Fixtures                                                      large Office 27%              30% $0. 28 6.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     N/A
                                                                                                               large Office     0% $ - 6.
                                                                                                                                                                               1.4 11 0.52 0.15 0.05 $0. 18 $ 616.96 0.39 0.21.i~!!i' 1.
Existing 130 Base Fluorescent Fixture , 2l4'T12 , 34W ,                         1EEMAG                                            0%
Existing 131 ROB 2l4'T8
                                1EB
                               , 1EB                                                                           large Office 17% 17% $0. 12 6.
                                                                                                                                                                            6 1. 18 0.00 0.00 0. 00 N/A N/A 5.93 3, 18 N/A
                                                                                                                                                                            5 1. 18 0.21 0.06 0. 02 $0.01 $ 41.05
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       N/A N/A 3 1.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                                               Appendix E - Non-Additive Measure Results (Commercial)




 Existing      133 RET 2L4'T8, 1EB                                                          Large Office       17%        17%
 Existing      134 RET 1L4'T8 , 1EB , Reflector OEM                                         Large Office       57%        57%
 ~~ist1ng' , 13~H ~:::O~~h(:i$.eilsCir ~b4' fluoresCentFixtures '                           l;E!rg~Off~ce '   :27%        30%
 Existing      137 Continuous Dimming, 10L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                           Large Office       44%        75%
 Existin       138 RNV 1L4'T5HO, 1EB                                                        Lar e Office       24%        24%
 Existing      150 Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L8'T12 , 60W , 1EEMAG                         Large Office
 Existing      151 ROB 2L8"T12, 60W , 1EB                                                   Large Office      22%         22%
 Existing      152 ROB 1L8"T12 , 60W , 1EB , Reflector                                      Large Office      60%         60%
 Existing      153 RET 2L8"T12 , 60W , 1EB                                                  Large Office      22%         22%
 Existing      154 RET 1L8' T12 , 60W , 1EB , Reflector                                     Large Office      60%         60%
 Existing      155  Occupancy Sensor , 4L8' Fluorescent Fixtures                            Large Office      27%         30%
 Existin       156  Continuous Dimmin , 5L8' Fluorescent Fixtures                           Lar e Office      44%         75%
 Existing      165  Base Incandescent Flood , 75W                                           Large Office
 Existing      166 CFL Screw- , Modular 18W                                                 Large Office      72%         72%
 Existing      180 Base 4L4"T8 , 1EB                                                        Large Office
 Existing      181 ROB 4L4' Premium T8 , 1EB                                                Large Office      16%         16%
 Existing      182 Occupancy Sensor , 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                             La e Office       20%         20%
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 Existing 110 Base Fluorescent Fixture , 4L4'T12, 34W ,                                                                                                                         16 0.00 0.00 0, 00                                                                                    N/A N/A
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 25
 Existing
 Existing
                   111 ROB4L4"T8
                   112 ROB2L4"T8 1EB   , Reflector
                                                                                          0% $ - 3, 5 3. 5 1.
                                                                                     Restaurant 21%
                                                                     2EEMAG Restaurant 0% 21% $0.01 3.5 2,7 0,
                                                                                     Restaurant 58% 58% $0. 13 3.                                     1.4 0,
                                                                                                                                                                                 25 0. 55 0.16 0. 06 $0,01 $ 20.91 74.4039.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             N/A N/A N/A 0 1.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             00 $ 2.  08
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      47 2 1.
                                                                                                                                                                                 25 0.39 0. 11 0. 04 $0.04 $ 124.76 10.73 5.                         97 1.               0.          10 1.
 Existing
 Existing
 Existing
                   114 RET4L4"T8
                   115 RET2L4'T8 1EB
                                       1EB
                                        Reflector
                                       1EB
                  117 OccupancySensor 4L4' FluorescentFixtures Restaurant 17% 20% $0.
                                                                                     Restaurant 21% 21% $0. 28 3. 5 2.
                                                                                     Restaurant 58% 58% $0.41 3. 5 1.
                                                                                                                                 18 3. 5 2.
                                                                                                                                                           7 0.
                                                                                                                                                           4 0.
                                                                                                                                                           9 0.
                                                                                                                                                                                 25 0, 55 0. 16 0, 06 $0,
                                                                                                                                                                                 25 0, 39 0. 11 0, 04 $0,02 $ 64.87 1. 35 1.
                                                                                                                                                                                 14 0.05 0.02 0. 01 $0.04 $ 108.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     35 3.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 94 1.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              91 5 1.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              76
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              05 8 2.
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                                                ~ij t' f i#w~ ~:i~:; ':;;!f~::JR~t~ UritnJ' " , 2!~% 1:;.;~Ll~ ~L~2tJj~ 65Ll~_ 5 ; 2. .;. ;;9J~/" c,;:I!!': ;, , U~ ~Jt:C' \:::t~l)06 0. 02 :$0. 19 $ ~,641.05 0.34 0. 'g~:, ;;;K~g' i::.:;' 1.
                                                                                                                                                           6 0, 25                                                                                                            18
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         N/A 54
 Existing 130 Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L4"T12 , 34W, 1EEMAG Restaurant 0% 0% $ - 3. 5 3,                                                                 5 1.                  16 0.00 0. 00 0.                   00 N/A N/A                              N/A 2, N/A N/A
 Existing 131 ROB2L4"T8                                                              Restaurant 17% 17% $0. 08 3. 5 2,                                     9 0. 25                         0.42 0. 12 0. 05 $0. 01 $ 43. 40 4. 97                                             62 4 1.
 Existing 133 RET2L4"T8,                                                             Restaurant 17% 17% $0. 39 3. 5 2,                                     9 0,                                                                                            1.                        18 1.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         $
                                       1EB                                                                                                                                       25 0.38 0. 11 0, 04 $0.06 $ 212, 68 2. 01 0,                                                 20
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              53 8 1.
 Existing 134 RET1L4"T8 1EB,                 ReflectorOEM                            Restaurant 57% 57% $0. 59 3. 5 1.                                     5 0,                  25 0. 14 0. 04 0. 02 $0.03 $';;:)"i'c94.86 27 1.                                                         ;~i':~1/&' tJii
                                                                                                                                              !!:\:i:~i9; :(\~iQ :~j ":; ;, 'c; .~1~V0,::;~~l;M+,,;yi'J~pJ:,     .~Qio.'1fj:~l~ij~, ;Z;      E8f,~~lf~j;c 'ff~iIj9:M~"        ~, '~~YJ'f'
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 Existing 137 ContinuousDimming,        10L4' FluorescentFixtures Restaurant 36% 75% $1. 89 3. 5 2,                                                        2 0, 18                         0.46 0. 28 0, 05 $0. 16 $ 265.62 0. 58 0.                                          23     40 2,
 Existin 138 RNV 1L4"T5HO                                                            Restaurant 24% 24% $3. 10 3. 5 2.                                     6 0.                  25 0. 15 0. 04 0. 02 $0.35 $ 1 203.90 0. 18 0.09 101 1.                    N/A N/A N/A N/A
 Existing 150 Base Fluorescent Fixture , 2L8'T12 , 60W, 1EEMAG Restaurant 0% 0% $ - 3. 5 3,
                                       , 1EB                                                                                                               5 1.                  16 0,00 0.00 0.                    00 N/A N/A                                                98 3 1.
 Existing 151 ROB2L8"T12 , 60W                                                       Restaurant 22% 22% $0. 09 3. 5 2.                                     7 0,                  25 1, 33 0. 39 0. 15 $0.01 $ 38.09 5. 67 2.
                                                                                     Restaurant 60% 60% $0. 27 3. 6 1.                                     4 0.                  25 0.95 0. 28 0.                       11 $0. 01 $ 40. 11 5. 38 2.                           83 3 1.
 Existing 152 ROB 1L8"T12, 60W, 1EB           Reflector                                                                                                                          25 1. 33 0. 39 0. 15 $0.06 $ 206.31 1. 05 0.                                                        17 1.
 Existing 153 RET 2L8"T12              , 60W, 1EB                                    Restaurant 22% 22% $0.49 3. 5 2.                                      7 0.                  25 0,95 0.28 0, 11 $0.03 $ 99, 15 2, 18 1.                                                   15
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              55 8 1.
 Existing 154 RET 1L8'T12 , 60W, 1EB                                                 Restaurant 60% 60% $0. 67 3. 6 1,                                        0.4
                                              Reflector
                                         , ,, 1EB
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
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                                                                               Appendix   E -   Non-Additive Measure Results (Commercial)




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Existing 110 Base Fluorescent Fixture , 4L4'T12 , 34W , 2EEMAG
Existing 111 ROB4L4'T8, 1EB
Existing 112 ROB 2L4'T8, 1 EB , Reflector
Existing 114 RET 4L4'T8 , 1EB
                     T8,
Existing 115 RET 2L4' 1EB , Reflector
Existing 117 Occupancy Sensor, 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
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Existin        119 RNV2L4' T5HO, 1EB
Existing 130 Base Fluorescent Fixture, 2L4'T12 , 34W, 1EEMAG
Existing 131 ROB 2L4'T8 , 1EB
Existing 133 RET 2L4'T8, 1EB
Existing 134 RET 1L4'T8, 1EB, Reflector OEM
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Existing 137 Continuous Dimming, 10L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
Existin 138  RNV 1L4'T5HO , 1EB
Existing 150 Base Fluorescent Fixture , 2L8'T12 , 60W , 1EEMAG
Existing 151 ROB 2L8'T12 , 60W , 1EB
Existing 152 ROB 1L8'T12 , 60W , 1EB , Reflector
Existing 153 RET 2L8'T12 , 60W , 1 EB
Existing 154 RET 1L8'T12 , 60W , 1EB , Reflector
Existing 155 Occupancy Sensor, 4L8' Fluorescent Fixtures
Existin 156   Continuous Dimmin , 5L8' Fluorescent Fixtures
Existing 165 Base Incandescent Flood , 75W
Existing 166 CFL Screw-in, Modular 18W
Existing 180 Base 4L4'T8, 1EB
Existing 181 ROB 4L4' Premium T8 , 1EB
Existi 182 Occu anc Sensor, 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures



                                                                                                                                            Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                                              Appendix E - Non-Additive Measure Results (Commercial)




                                                                                             FoodStore         0%                                        00 0, 00 0. 00                                                                            N/A         N/A
 Existing 110 Base Fluorescent Fixture , 4L4' T12 , 34W , 2EEMAG                                                                                                                                                                   0 1,
 Existing 111 ROB 4L4'T8 , 1 EB                                                              FoodStore        21%                                        0.45 0. 10 0. 05 $0.                        36 83. 99 55.
                                                                                                                                                                                               00 $ 3.  41
                                                                                             FoodStore        58%                                                                                                      7.
 Existing 112 ROB 2L4'T8 , 1 EB, Reflector
                                                                                                                                                                                               N/A N/A N/A 1 1,
                                                                                                                                                           31 0.07 0. 04 $0.01 $ 24. 01 11. 76 1,       76
 Existing 114 RET4L4' T8, 1EB                                                                FoodStore        21%                                         45 0, 10 0. 05 $0.02 $ 105.87 2. 67                                              51 6 1.
                     T8,
 Existing 115 RET 2L4' 1 EB , Reflector                                                      FoodStore        58%                                          31 0, 07 0. 04 $0. 01 $ 60, 63 4. 66 2,                                         79 3 1.
 Existing 117 Occupancy Sensor, 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                                    FoodStore        16%                                          04 0, 01 0. 01 $0. 04 $ 154, 94 1, 61 1.                                        10 5 1.
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 Existin 119  RNV 2L4'T5HO, 1EB                                                              FoodStore 24%                                                 16 0, 04 0. 02 $0, 16 $ 707.46 0,                             0.26 32 1.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                40
 Existing 130 Base Fluorescent Fixture , 2L4'T12 , 34W, 1EEMAG                               FoodStore 0%
                                                                                             FoodStore 17%
                                                                                                                                                                                             N/A 2 1,
                                                                                                                                                         00 0.00 0. 00 N/A N/A N/A 3. 84 N/A N/A
 Existing 131 ROB 2L4'T8, 1 EB
                                                                                             FoodStore 17%                                               84 0. 19 0. 09 $0.04 $ 185.78 1. 52 0.
                                                                                                                                                         93 0. 21 0. 10 $0, 01 $ 48.49 5. 82 89 10 1.77
 Existing 133 RET 2L4'T8 , 1EB
 Existing 134 RET 1L4'T8, 1EB , Reflector OEM                                                FoodStore 57%
"I;~ilia. , .~i.13:aL~1~Mii.Qi'$~~bj;~~h4~~fJ(f!!!~ce.~LI7, i!t"f~ . ,                   ~L2~Qii.?i~lQt~\ ,,~'~1~%.,                                         :\j~&Lj;:i~~~i~tE:;~~~~~~h1;' s:~l~l;t_ ~~;J~:~~ ii;~L;
Existing 137 Continuous Dimming, 10L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                                  FoodStore 35%                                               51 0. 25 0. 06 $0. 17 $ 336.09 0. 52 0. 28 23 2,
Existin 138            RNV 1L4'T5HO, 1EB                                                     FoodStore 24%                                               33 0. 08 0. 04 $0. 30 $ 1 308. 39 0. 22 0. 14 N/A N/A       58 1.
Existing 150 Base Fluorescent Fixture , 2L8' T12 , 60W , 1EEMAG                              FoodStore        0%
Existing 151 ROB 2L8'T12 , 60W , 1EB                                                         FoodStore        22%
                                                                                                                                                         00 0. 00 0. 00 N/A N/A N/A N/A 2 1,
                                                                                                                                                         31 0. 98 0.48 $0.01 $ 41. 78 6.                       4.46             76
Existing 152 ROB 1L8'T12 , 60W , 1EB , Reflector                                             FoodStore        60%                                        07 0,70 0, 34 $0,01 $ 43. 99 6.42 4, 23 10 1.               2 1.
Existing 153 RET2L8' T12 60W, 1EB                                                            FoodStore        22%
                                                                                             FoodStore        60%                                        07 0.70 0. 34 $0.02 $ 91. 01 3, 10 1. 88
                                                                                                                                                         31 0. 98 0, 48 $0, 04 $ 175. 74 1. 61 0, 94 5 1.
Existing 154 RET 1L8'T12 , 60W, 1EB , Reflector
Existing 155 Occupancy Sensor, 4L8' Fluorescent Fixtures                                     FoodStore        16%                                       0.42 0. 12 0, 06 $0. 05 $ 168, 49 1.48 1. 01 6 1.
Existin 156 Continuous Dimmin , 5L8' Fluorescent Fixtures                                    FoodStore        35%                                        34 1. 15 0. 28 $0. 19 $ 379,74 0.46 0, 25 N/A N/A
Existing 165 Base Incandescent Flood , 75W                                                   FoodStore        0%                                                                                             N/A 26 2,
                                                                                             FoodStore        72%
                                                                                                                                                         00 0.00 0, 00 N/A N/A N/A 2, 06 1 1.
Existing 166 CFL Screw- , Modular 18W                                                                                                                    67 0.84 0,41 $0, 03 $ 116. 63 2. 42 N/A N/A N/A
Existing 180 Base 4L4 'T8 , 1 EB                                                             FoodStore        0%                                         00 0.00 0, 00 N/A N/A N/A
Existing 181 ROB 4L4' Premium T8 , 1EB                                                       FoodStore        16%                                       0.25 0. 06 0, 03 $0. 00 $ 19. 13 14. 76 9. 74 1 1.
Existin 182 Occupancy Sensor, 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                                      FoodStore        20%                                        08 0.02 0, 01 $0,02 $ 95, 08 2, 97 2. 20 3 1.
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                                                                                                                                   1.4   1.4                                                   N/A               N/A          N/A    N/A                       N/A
Existing       200      Base Mercury Vapor 400W Lamp                                         FoodStore
                                                                                             FoodStore        35%      35%   $0.                                                             $0,                    168,
Existing       201      High Pressure Sodium 250W Lamp
                                                                                             FoodStore        22%            $0.                        0.25                                 $0.                 N/A
Existin        202     Outdoor Li htin Controls PhotoceUffimeclock                                                                                                                                                                   N/A                       NJA
                                                                                                                                                                                               N/A               N/A          N/A
Existing       310     DX Packaged System , EER- 10. , 10 tons                               FoodStore
                                                                                             FoodStore        16%            $0.                                                             $0,                       229.
Existing       311      DX Tune Upl Advanced Diagnostics
                                                                                             FoodStore                       $0.                                      0.44                   $0,                        84.
Existing       312     DX Packaged System , EER=10. , 10 tons
                                                                                             FoodStore                       $0.               4.4                    0.46                   $0.                        45.
Existing       313     Window Film (Standard)
                                                                                             FoodStore        10%      10%   $0.                                                             $0.                       316.
Existing       314     Evaporative Pre-Cooler




                                                                                                                                                                                                Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
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                                                                 Warehouse                                                       N/A        N/A
Existing    200    Base Mercury Vapor 400W lamp
                                                                 Warehouse   35%     35%   $0,                                   $0. 05 $     834.
Existing    201    High Pressure Sodium 250W lamp
                                                                 Warehouse   23%           $0,                                   $0.        N/A
Existin     202    Outdoor li htin Controls PhotoceUffimeciock
                                                                 Warehouse                                                       NIA        N/A
Existing    310    DX Packaged System , EER=10, , 10 tons
                                                                 Warehouse   15%           $0,                                   $0. 08 $     364.
Existing    311    DX Tune Upl Advanced Diagnostics
                                                                 Warehouse                 $0,                                   $0. 09 $     133.
Existing    312    DX Packaged System , EER=10. , 10 tons
                                                                 Warehouse   12%     12%   $0.                                   $0. 06 $      85,
Existing    313    Window Film (Standard)



                                                                                                                                  Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                                Appendix E - Non-Additive Measure Results (Commercial)




                          ;ch"

g~ts..
Existing
         JI.
                              Q,
                              0;i'       6ei:rt\~~( ,
               Installation of Air Side Economizers
                                                                              Ii~:
                                                                              Warehouse           $0.     8.4
Existin        Installation of Automated Buildin Ventilation Control   Via Occ Warehouse          $0.
Existing       Base Water Heating                                              Warehouse
Existing       Demand controlled circulating systems                           Warehouse          $0.
Existing       Water Heater Tank Wrap (electric)                               Warehouse          $0.
Existin        Hot Water SHW Pi e Insulation                                   Warehouse          $0.
Existing       Base Fluorescent Fixture , 4L4' T12 , 34W , 2EEMAG               School
Existing       ROB 4L4'T8, 1EB                                                  School            $0.
Existing       ROB 2L4'T8 , 1EB , Reflector                                     School            $0.                                                 26.
Existing       RET 4L4'T8 1EB
                         ,                                                      School            $0.                                                158.
Existing       RET 2L4'T8 , 1EB, Reflector                                      School            $0.                                                 81.
Existing       Occupancy Sensor , 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                     School            $0.                                                123.
Existing       Continuous Dimming, 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                    School            $2.                                                321.
Existin        RNV 2L4' T5HO, 1EB                                               School            $2.                                                813.41
Existing       Base Fluorescent Fixture , 2L4' T12, 34W , 1EEMAG                School                                                            N/A
Existing       ROB 2L4'T8 , 1EB                                                 School            $0.                                                 53.
Existing       RET 2L4'T8, 1EB                                                  School            $0.                                                260.
Existing       RET 1L4'T8, 1EB , Reflector OEM                                  School            $0.                                                116.
Existing       Occupancy Sensor , 8L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                     School            $0.                                                118.
Existing       Continuous Dimming, 10L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                   School            $2.                                                309.
Existin        RNV 1L4'T5HO , 1EB                                               School            $4,                                                473.
               Base Fluorescent Fixture , 2L8'T12 , 60W , 1EEMAG                School                                                            N/A
Existing
Existing       ROB 2L8'T12 , 60W , 1EB                                          School            $0.                                                 49.
Existing       ROB 1L8'T12 , 60W , 1EB , Reflector                              School            $0.                                                 51.
Existing       RET 2L8' T12 , 60W , 1EB                                         School            $0,                                                267.
Existing       RET 1L8' T12 , 60W , 1EB, Reflector                              School            $0.     3.4                                        128.
Existing       Occupancy Sensor , 4L8' Fluorescent Fixtures                     School            $0.     3.4                                        144.
Existin        Continuous Dimmin , 5L8' Fluorescent Fixtures                    School            $3.                                                376.
               Base Incandescent Flood , 75W                                    School                                                            N/A
Existing
Existing       CFL Screw- in, Modular 18W                                       School            $1.                                                308.
               Base 4L4'T8, 1EB                                                 School                                                            N/A
Existing
Existing       ROB 4L4' Premium T8 , 1 EB                                       School            $0.                                                 54,
Existing       Occupancy Sensor , 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                     School            $0.                                                198,
               Continuous Dimmin , 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                    School            $3.                                                471.
Existin
               Base2L4'T8 1EB                                                   School                                                            N/A
Existing
Existing       ROB 2L4' Premium T8 , 1 EB                                       School            $0.                                                 69.77
               Occupancy Sensor , 8L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                     School            $0.                                                193.
Existing
Existin        Continuous Dimmin , 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                    School            $3,                                                471.
                                                                                School                    0.4                                     N/A
Existing       Base Mercury Vapor 400W Lamp
               High Pressure Sodium 250W Lamp                                   School            $0,                                                074.
Existing
                                                                                School            $0.                                             N/A
Existin        Outdoor Li htin Controls Photocellffimeclock
                                                                                School                                                            N/A
Existing       DX Packaged System , EER=10. 3, 10 tons
                                                                                School            $0.                                                401.
Existing       DX Tune Upl Advanced Diagnostics
                                                                                School            $0.                                                144.
Existing       DX Packaged System , EER=10. 9, 10 tons
               Window Film (Standard)                                           School            $0.                                                205.
Existing
                                                                                School            $0.                                                542,
Existing       Evaporative Pre- Cooler
                                                                                School            $0.                                                147,
Existing       Prog. Thermostat - DX
                                                                                School            $0.42                                               78.
Existin        Direct Eva orative Cooler
                                                                                School                                                            N/A
Existing       Base Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 87.
                                                                                School            $0.                                                373.
Existing       Fan Motor, 5hp, 1800rpm , 89.
                                                                                School            $0,                                                832.
Existing       Variable Speed Drive Control , 5 HP
                                                                                School            $0.                                                664.
Existin        Air Handler 0 timization, 5 HP
                                                                                School                                                            N/A
Existing       Base Heating
                                                                                School            $0.                                        $ 2,977 718.
Existing       Roof Ceiling Insulation
                                                                                School            $0.                                        $ 9 954 370.
Existing       Clock Programmable Thermostat




                                                                                                                                         Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                                 Appendix E - Non-Additive Measure Results (Commercial)




Existing   610   Installation of Air Side Economizers                            School     15%   15%   $0.                    2.40          $0.    $ 4,472 015.                                 1.28
Existin    612   Installation of Automated Buildin Ventilation Control Via Oce   School                 $0.                                  $0.          996,634,
Existing   700   Base Water Heating                                              School                                                       N/A           N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing   701   Demand controlled circulating systems                           School                 $0,                                  $0.               195,
Existing   703   Water Heater Tank Wrap (electric)                               School                 $0.                                  $0.               344.21
Existin    704   Hot Water SHW Pi e Insulation                                   School                 $0.                                  $0.               255.23
Existing   110   Base Fluorescent Fixture , 4l4'T12 , 34W , 2EEMAG               College                                                      N/A           N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing   111   ROB4l4'T8, 1EB                                                  College    21%   21%   $0,                                  $0,                          81.      41.
Existing   112   ROB 2l4'T8, 1EB , Reflector                                     College    58%   58%   $0,                                  $0.                18.       11.
Existing   114   RET 4l4'T8, 1EB                                                 College    21%   21%   $0,                                  $0.               112,
Existing   115             ,
                 RET 2l4'T8 1EB , Reflector                                      College    58%   58%   $0.                                  $0.                57,
Existing   117   Occupancy Sensor , 4l4' Fluorescent Fixtures                    College    17%   20%   $0.                                  $0.                97.
Existing   118   Continuous Dimming, 5l4' Fluorescent Fixtures                   College    42%   75%   $2.45                                $0.               239.
Existin    119   RNV 2l4'T5HO , 1 EB                                             Colle e    24%   24%   $2,                                  $0.               575.
Existing   130   Base Fluorescent Fixture , 2l4' T12, 34W , 1EEMAG               College                                                      N/A           N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing   131   ROB 2l4'T8 , 1EB                                                College    17%   17%   $0.                                  $0,                38.
Existing   133   RET 2l4'T8 1EB
                            ,                                                    College    17%   17%   $0.                    0.40          $0.               186.
Existing   134   RET 1l4'T8, 1EB , Reflector OEM                                 College    57%   57%   $0,                                  $0.                83,
Existing   136   Occupancy Sensor , 8l4' Fluorescent Fixtures                    College    17%   20%   $0,                    0.23          $0.                94,        2.26
Existing   137   Continuous Dimming, 10l4' Fluorescent Fixtures                  College    42%   75%   $2.           0.4                    $0.               232,                 0.29         2.47
Existin    138   RNV 1l4'T5HO, 1EB                                               Colle e    24%   24%   $3.                                  $0.               054.
                 Base Fluorescent Fixture , 2l8'T12 , 60W , 1EEMAG               College                                                      N/A           N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing   150
Existing   151   ROB 2l8'T12 , 60W , 1EB                                         College    22%   22%   $0.                                  $0.                  33.
Existing   152   ROB 1l8'T12, 60W , 1EB , Reflector                              College    60%   60%   $0.                                  $0.                  35.
Existing   153   RET 2l8'T12 60W , 1EB
                             ,                                                   College    22%   22%   $0.                                  $0.               180,
Existing   154   RET 1l8'T12 , 60W, 1EB , Reflector                              College    60%   60%   $0.                                  $0.                86,        2.43
Existing   155   Occupancy Sensor , 4l8' Fluorescent Fixtures                    College    17%   20%   $0.                                  $0,               108.
Existin    156   Continuous Dimmin , 5l8' Fluorescent Fixtures                   Colle e    42%   75%   $2,           0.4                    $0.              268.
                                                                                 College                                                      N/A          N/A            N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing   165   Base Incandescent Flood , 75W
Existing   166   CFl Screw- , Modular 18W                                        College    72%   72%   $1.                                  $0.              287.40
                                                                                 College                                                      N/A          N/A            N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing   180   Base4l4'T8 1EB
Existing   181   ROB 4l4' Premium T8, 1EB                                        College    16%   16%   $0.     3.2                          $0.               47,         4.45
Existing   182   Occupancy Sensor, 4l4' Fluorescent Fixtures                     College    20%   20%   $0.                                  $0,              188,         1.22
                 Continuous Dimmin , 5l4' Fluorescent Fixtures                   Colle e    42%   75%   $2.     2.2                          $0,              335.                               2.47
Existin    183
                                                                                 College                                                      N/A          N/A            N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing   185   Base 2l4'T8, 1EB
Existing   186   ROB 2l4' Premium T8 , 1 EB                                      College    17%   17%   $0.                    2.23          $0,                  60.46    3.49
Existing   187   Occupancy Sensor , 8l4' Fluorescent Fixtures                    College    20%   20%   $0.                                  $0.              183.         1.25
           188   Continuous Dimmin , 5l4' Fluorescent Fixtures                   Colle e    42%   75%   $2,                                  $0.              335.         0.49                  2.47
Existin
                                                                                 College                                                      N/A          N/A            N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing   200   Base Mercury Vapor 400W lamp
Existing   201   High Pressure Sodium 250W lamp                                  College    35%   35%   $0,     0.4                          $0.              280,
                                                                                 Colle e    22%         $0.                                  $0.           N/A
Existin    202   Outdoor li htin Controls PhotocelifTimeciock
                                                                                 College                                                     N/A           N/A            N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing   310   DX Packaged System , EER=10, 3, 10 tons
Existing   311   DX Tune Upl Advanced Diagnostics                                College    14%         $0.     2.2                          $0.              453.
           312   DX Packaged System , EER=10, , 10 tons                          College                $0.                           0.42   $0.              164.
Existing
Existing   313   Window Film (Standard)                                          College                $0.                                  $0,              431.
           314   Evaporative Pre- Cooler                                         College    10%   10%   $0.                    0.27   0.21   $0.              617.         0.24
Existing
                 Prog. Thermostat - DX                                           College                $0.                                  $0.              165.27
Existing   315
                 Direct Eva orative Cooler                                       Colle e    58%   58%   $0.                                  $0.               88.
Existin    316
                                                                                                                                             N/A           N/A            N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing   400   Base Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 87.                             College
                 Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 89.                                  College                $0,                    0.26          $0.              245.
Existing   401
                                                                                 College    28%         $0.23                                $0.              168.
Existing   402   Variable Speed Drive Control , 5 HP
                                                                                 Colle e    20%   20%   $0,                                  $0.              207.
Existin    413   Air Handler 0 timization , 5 HP
                                                                                                                                             NIA           N/A            NIA     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing   600   Base Heating                                                    College
                                                                                 College    10%   10%   $0,                                  $0.    $   4,316 182,
Existing   602   Roof Ceiling Insulation
                                                                                 College    10%         $0,                                  $0.    $   9,747,761.
Existing   605   Clock Programmable Thermostat
                                                                                 College    15%   15%   $0,                                  $0.    $   4,472 015.
Existing   610   Installation of Air Side Economizers
                                                                                 Colle e                $0.                                  $0.    $   6,996, 634.
Existin    612   Installation of Automated Buildin Ventilation Control Via Oce                                                                                                             N/A   N/A
                                                                                                                                             N/A           N/A            N/A     N/A
Existing   700   Base Water Heating                                              College
                                                                                 College                $0.                    0.20          $0.              255.22
Existing   701   Demand controlled circulating systems
                                                                                 College                $0.                                  $0.              344.21
Existing   703   Water Heater Tank Wrap (electric)
                                                                                 Colle e                $0.                    0.Q7          $0.              255.
Existin    704   Hot Water SHW Pi e Insulation                                                                                                                                    N/A      N/A   N/A
                                                                                                                                             N/A           N/A            N/A
Existing   110   Base Fluorescent Fixture , 4l4'T12 , 34W , 2EEMAG               Hospital
                                                                                 Hospital   21%   21%   $0.                                  $0.                          55.     34.
Existing   111   ROB 4l4'T8, 1EB
                                                                                 Hospital   58%   58%   $0.                                  $0.               37.         7.77
Existing   112   ROB 2l4'T8, 1 EB , Reflector
                                                                                 Hospital   21%   21%   $0.                                  $0.              186.
Existing   114   RET 4l4'T8, 1EB



                                                                                                                                              Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
                                                                                 Appendix E - Non-Additive Measure Results (Commercial)




Existing   115   RET 2L4'T8, 1EB , Reflector                                     Hospital   58%   58%   $0,                                       $0.          102,
Existing   117   Occupancy Sensor , 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                    Hospital   17%   20%   $0.41                                     $0.          238,
Existing   118   Continuous Dimming, 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                   Hospital   38%   75%   $4.                                       $0.          559.                         2.28
Existin    119   RNV 2L4'T5HO, 1EB                                               Hos ital   24%   24%   $3.                                       $0.            125,
Existing   130   Base Fluorescent Fixture , 2L4'T12 , 34W , 1EEMAG               Hospital                                                          N/A     N/A          N/A     N/A   N/A   N/A
Existing   131   ROB 2L4'T8, 1EB                                                 Hospital   17%   17%   $0.                   1.4                 $0.          76.
Existing   133   RET2L4'T8, 1EB                                                  Hospital   17%   17%   $0.                                       $0.         322.47
Existing   134   RET 1 L4'T8, 1 EB , Reflector OEM                               Hospital   57%   57%   $1.                                       $0,         152,
Existing   136   Occupancy Sensor , 8L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                    Hospital   17%   20%   $0.                                       $0.         231.
Existing   137   Continuous Dimming, 10L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                  Hospital   38%   75%   $4.21                                     $0.         544.
Existin    138   RNV 1L4'T5HO , 1EB                                              Hos ital   24%   24%   $6.                                       $0.         093.                    101
Existing   150   Base Fluorescent Fixture , 2L8'T12 , 60W , 1EEMAG               Hospital                                                          N/A     N/A          N/A     N/A   N/A   N/A
Existing   151   ROB 2L8'T12 , 60W , 1EB                                         Hospital   22%   22%   $0.                                       $0,          62,
Existing   152   ROB 1L8'T12 , 60W, 1EB , Reflector                              Hospital   60%   60%   $0.                                       $0.          65.       4.44
Existing   153   RET 2L8'T12 , 60W , 1EB                                         Hospital   22%   22%   $1.                                       $0.         288.
Existing   154   RET 1L8'T12 , 60W , 1EB , Reflector                             Hospital   60%   60%   $1.                         0.28          $0.         145.
Existing   155   Occupancy Sensor , 4L8' Fluorescent Fixtures                    Hospital   17%   20%   $0.            6.4    1.4                 $0.         247,
Existin    156   Continuous Dimmin , 5L8' Fluorescent Fixtures                   Hos ital   38%   75%   $4.48                                     $0.         580.
Existing   165   Base Incandescent Flood , 75W                                   Hospital                       14.4   14.4                        N/A     N/A          N/A     N/A   N/A   N/A
Existing   166   CFL Screw- in, Modular 18W                                      Hospital   72%   72%   $1.     20.2                10,           $0.         261.
Existing   180   Base 4L4'T8, 1EB                                                Hospital                                                          N/A     N/A          N/A     N/A   N/A   N/A
Existing   181   ROB 4L4' Premium T8 , 1 EB                                      Hospital   16%   16%   $0.                                       $0.          27.      10,
Existing   182   Occupancy Sensor , 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                    Hospital   20%   20%   $0.                                       $0.         130.49
Existin    183   Continuous Dimmin , 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                   Hos ital   38%   75%   $4.48                                     $0.         725.
                                                                                 Hospital                                     1.4                  N/A     N/A          N/A     N/A   N/A   N/A
Existing   185   Base2L4'T8 1EB
Existing   186   ROB 2L4' Premium T8, 1EB                                        Hospital   17%   17%   $0.D7                                     $0.          34.                          1.78
Existing   187   Occupancy Sensor , 8L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                    Hospital   20%   20%   $0.                                       $0.         128.       2.28
Existin    188   Continuous Dimmin , 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                   Hos ita    38%   75%   $4.                                       $0.         725.       0.26               2.28
                                                                                 Hospital                                                          N/A     N/A          N/A     N/A   N/A   N/A
Existing   200   Base Mercury Vapor 400W Lamp
Existing   201   High Pressure Sodium 250W Lamp                                  Hospital   35%   35%   $0,                                       $0.         673.
Existin    202   Outdoor Li htin Controls PhotocelifTimeclock                    Hos ital   23%         $0,                                       $0.      N/A
                                                                                 Hospital                                                          N/A     N/A          N/A     N/A   N/A   N/A
Existing   310   DX Packaged System, EER=10. , 10 tons
Existing   311   DX Tune Up! Advanced Diagnostics                                Hospital   15%         $0.                                       $0.         211.
Existing   312   DX Packaged System , EER=10. , 10 tons                          Hospital               $0.                                       $0,          77.
Existing   313   Window Film (Standard)                                          Hospital               $0.                                       $0.         226.
Existing   314   Evaporative Pre-Cooler                                          Hospital   10%   10%   $0.                                0.40   $0,         291.
Existing   315   Prog, Thermostat - DX                                           Hospital               $0.            6.2                        $0.          79,
Existin    316   Direct Eva orative Cooler                                       Hos ital   58%   58%   $0.                                       $0.          41.
                                                                                 Hospital                                                          N/A     N/A          N/A     N/A   N/A   N/A
Existing   400   Base Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 87,
Existing   401   Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 89.                                  Hospital               $0.                                       $0,         128.74
                                                                                 Hospital   28%         $0.23                                     $0,         631.                          1.46
Existing   402   Variable Speed Drive Control , 5 HP
Existin    413   Air Handler 0 timization , 5 HP                                 Hos ital   20%   20%   $0,                                       $0,         108.
                                                                                 Hospital                                                          N/A     N/A          N/A     N/A   NIA   N/A
Existing   600   Base Heating
Existing   602   Roof   Ceiling Insulation                                       Hospital   10%   10%   $0.                                       $0.     616 860,
Existing   605   Clock! Programmable Thermostat                                  Hospital   10%         $0.                                       $0,     470,641.
Existing   610   Installation of Air Side Economizers                            Hospital   15%   15%   $0.                                       $0.     616, 431,
                                                                                 Hos ital               $0.28                              0.D1   $0.     188, 170.                         1.28
Existin    612   Installation of Automated Buildin Ventilation Control Via Occ
                                                                                                                              0.4                  N/A     N/A          N/A     N/A   N/A   N/A
Existing   700   Base Water Heating                                              Hospital
                 Demand controlled circulating systems                           Hospital               $0.            2.2          0.24          $0.         172.
Existing   701
           703   Water Heater Tank Wrap (electric)                               Hospital               $0.            2.2                        $0.         344.
Existing
                 Hot Water SHW Pi e Insulation                                   Hos ital               $0,                   0.4                 $0.         256.
Existin    704
                                                                                                                                                  N/A      N/A          N/A     N/A   N/A   N/A
Existing   110   Base Fluorescent Fixture , 4L4'T12, 34W , 2EEMAG                 Hotel
                                                                                  Hotel     21%   21%   $0.                                       $0.                   99.     56.
Existing   111   ROB4L4'T8 1EB
                                                                                  Hotel     58%   58%   $0.            1.4                        $0.          18,      13,
Existing   112   ROB 2L4'T8 , 1 EB , Reflector
                                                                                  Hotel     21%   21%   $0.                                       $0.         111.
Existing   114   RET 4L4'T8, 1EB
                                                                                  Hotel     58%   58%   $0.                         0.43          $0.          57.
Existing   115             ,
                 RET 2L4'T8 1 EB , Reflector
           117   Occupancy Sensor , 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                     Hotel     16%   20%   $0.                                       $0.          96.29
Existing
                                                                                  Hotel     32%   75%   $1.                   0.2                 $0.         237.                          2.45
Existing   118   Continuous Dimming, 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
                                                                                  Hotel     24%   24%   $1.                                       $0.         570.
Existin    119   RNV 2L4'T5HO , 1EB
                                                                                                                                                  N/A      N/A          N/A     N/A   N/A   N/A
Existing   130   Base Fluorescent Fixture , 2L4'T12 , 34W , 1EEMAG                Hotel
                                                                                  Hotel     17%   17%   $0.                                       $0.          38.
Existing   131   ROB 2L4'T8 , 1EB
                                                                                  Hotel     17%   17%   $0.                                       $0.         186.
Existing   133   RET 2L4'T8 , 1EB
                                                                                  Hotel     57%   57%   $0.                                       $0,          83.
Existing   134   RET 1L4'T8 1EB, Reflector OEM
                                                                                  Hotel     16%   20%   $0.                                       $0.          94.
Existing   136   Occupancy Sensor , 8L4' Fluorescent Fixtures
                                                                                  Hotel     32%   75%   $1.                                       $0,         233.
Existing   137   Continuous Dimming, 10L4' Fluorescent Fixtures




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                                                                                     Appendix       E -   Non-Additive Measure Results (Commercial)




 Existing   138   RNV 1L4' T5HO, 1EB                                                  Hotel       24%      24%   $2,                                        $0.24               056.
 Existing   150   Base Fluorescent Fixture , 2L8'T12 , 60W , 1EEMAG                   Hotel                                                                  N/A          N/A            N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
 Existing   151   ROB 2L8'I12 , 60W , 1EB                                             Hotel       22%     22%    $0,                                        $0.                  31.
 Existing   152   ROB 1L8'I12 , 60W, 1EB , Reflector                                  Hotel       60%     60%    $0,                          0.48          $0.                  33,
 Existing   153   RET 2L8'T12 60W , 1EB
                               ,                                                      Hotel       22%     22%    $0.                                        $0.                 172.55
Existing    154   RET 1L8'I12 , 60W, 1EB , Reflector                                  Hotel       60%     60%    $0.                          0.48          $0.                  82.
Existing    155   Occupancy Sensor , 4L8' Fluorescent Fixtures                        Hotel       16%     20%    $0,                                        $0.                 103.
Existin     156   Continuous Dimmin , 5L8' Fluorescent Fixtures                       Hotel       32%     75%    $1,                                        $0.              256.26
Existing    165   Base Incandescent Flood, 75W                                        Hotel                               8.4    8.4                         N/A          N/A            N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing    166   CFL Screw- , Modular 18W                                            Hotel       72%     72%    $0.     11.                                $0,                  63.
Existing    180   Base4L4'I8 1EB                                                      Hotel                                                                  N/A          N/A            N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing    181   ROB 4L4' Premium T8 , 1 EB                                          Hotel       16%      16%   $0,                          0.20          $0.               84.
Existing    182   Occupancy Sensor , 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                        Hotel       20%     20%    $0,                                        $0.              337.
Existin     183   Continuous Dimmin , 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                       Hotel       32%     75%    $1.41                                      $0.              320.                               2.45
Existing    185   Base 2L4'I8 , 1EB                                                   Hotel                                                                  N/A          N/A            N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing    186   ROB 2L4' Premium T8 , 1 EB                                          Hotel       17%     17%    $0.                          0.29          $0.              108.
Existing    187   Occupancy Sensor , 8L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                        Hotel       20%     20%    $0.                                        $0.              331.
Existin     188   Continuous Dimmin , 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                       Hotel       32%     75%    $1,                          0.20          $0.              320.
Existing    200   Base Mercury Vapor 400W Lamp                                        Hotel                                                                  N/A          N/A            N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing    201   High Pressure Sodium 250W Lamp                                      Hotel       35%     35%    $0.                                        $0.              309,
Existin     202   Outdoor Li htin Controls Photocellffimeclock                        Hotel       23%            $0.                                        $0.           N/A
Existing    310   DX Packaged System , EER=10. 3, 10 tons                             Hotel                                                                  N/A          N/A            N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing    311   DX Tune Upl Advanced Diagnostics                                    Hotel       16%            $0.                                        $0.              338.
Existing    312   DX Packaged System , EER=10, , 10 tons                              Hotel                      $0,                                        $0.              124.         1.46
Existing    313   Window Film (Standard)                                              Hotel                      $0.                          1.49          $0.              228,
Existing    314   Evaporative Pre-Cooler                                              Hotel       10%     10%    $0.                                 0.41   $0.              467.
Existing    315   Prog. Thermostat - DX                                               Hotel                      $0.                                        $0.              129.44
Existin     316   Direct Eva orative Cooler                                           Hotel       58%     58%    $0.                                        $0.               67.
Existing    400   Base Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 87,                                 Hotel                                                                  N/A          N/A            N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing    401   Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm, 89.                                       Hotel                      $0.                                        $0.              302.24
Existing    402   Variable Speed Drive Control , 5                                    Hotel       28%            $0.                   0.2                  $0.              481.
Existin     413   Air Handler 0 timization , 5                                        Hotel       20%     20%    $0.                                        $0.              291.
Existing    600   Base Heating                                                        Hotel                                                                  N/A          N/A            N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing    602   Roof Ceiling Insulation                                             Hotel       10%     10%    $0.                                        $0.          579, 927.
Existing    605   Clock Programmable Thermostat                                       Hotel       10%            $0,                                        $0.     $ 13 226, 709.
Existing    610   Installation of Air Side Economizers                                Hotel       15%     15%    $0.     5.4                  1.28          $0.          020, 943.                 0.46         1.28
Existin     612   Installation of Automated Buildin Ventilation Control Via Oce       Hotel                      $0.                                        $0.          026 204.                               1.28
Existing    700   Base Water Heating                                                  Hotel                                                                  N/A          N/A            N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing    701   Demand controlled circulating systems                               Hotel                      $0.                                        $0.              186.
Existing    703   Water Heater Tank Wrap (electric)                                   Hotel                      $0.                                        $0,              344.
Existin     704   Hot Water SHW Pi e Insulation                                       Hotel                      $0.                                        $0,              256.         1.41
            110   Base Fluorescent Fixture , 4L4' T12 , 34W , 2EEMAG              Miscellaneous                                                              N/A          N/A            N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing
Existing    111   ROB 4L4'I8, 1EB                                                 Miscellaneous   21%     21%    $0.                                        $0.                          62.      34.
Existing    112   ROB 2L4 'I8 , 1 EB, Reflector                                   Miscellaneous   58%     58%    $0.            1.4                         $0.               29.
Existing    114   RET 4L4'T8 , 1EB                                                Miscellaneous   21%     21%    $0.                                        $0.              176.
Existing    115   RET 2L4'T8 , 1EB , Reflector                                    Miscellaneous   58%     58%    $0.                                        $0.               90.
Existing    117   Occupancy Sensor , 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                    Miscellaneous   17%     20%    $0.                                        $0.              159.
Existing    118   Continuous Dimming, 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                   Miscellaneous   39%     75%    $2,                   0.2                  $0,              386.
Existin     119   RNV 2L4'I5HO, 1EB                                               Miscellaneous   24%     24%    $1.                                        $0.              904.
                                                                                  Miscellaneous                                                              N/A          N/A            N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing    130   Base Fluorescent Fixture , 2L4'T12 , 34W , 1EEMAG
Existing    131   ROB 2L4'I8, 1EB                                                 Miscellaneous   17%     17%    $0,                                        $0.               60.
Existing    133   RET 2L4' 1EB
                          T8,                                                     Miscellaneous   17%     17%    $0.42                                      $0.              295,                  0.47
Existing    134   RET 1L4'T8, 1EB , Reflector OEM                                 Miscellaneous   57%     57%    $0.            1.4                         $0.              131.
Existing    136   Occupancy Sensor , 8L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                    Miscellaneous   17%     20%    $0.                                        $0,              156.
Existing    137   Continuous Dimming, 10L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                  Miscellaneous   39%     75%    $2,                                        $0.              379.
                                                                                  Miscellaneous   24%     24%    $3.                                        $0.              672.72                       114
Existin     138   RNV 1L4'I5HO, 1EB
                                                                                  Miscellaneous                                                              N/A          N/A            N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing    150   Base Fluorescent Fixture , 2L8'I12 , 60W , 1EEMAG
Existing    151   ROB 2L8'I12 , 60W , 1EB                                         Miscellaneous   22%     22%    $0,                                        $0.               51.
Existing    152   ROB 1L8'I12, 60W , 1EB , Reflector                              Miscellaneous   60%     60%    $0.                                        $0.               53.
Existing    153   RET 2L8'I12 60W, 1EB
                               ,                                                  Miscellaneous   22%     22%    $0.                                        $0.              276.
            154   RET 1L8'I12 , 60W, 1EB , Reflector                              Miscellaneous   60%     60%    $0.                                        $0.              132,
Existing
            155   Occupancy Sensor , 4L8' Fluorescent Fixtures                    Miscellaneous   17%     20%    $0,                                        $0,              173.
Existing
            156   Continuous Dimmin , 5L8' Fluorescent Fixtures                   Miscellaneous   39%     75%    $2.                                        $0.20            421.
Existin
                                                                                  Miscellaneous                          10.    10,                          N/A          N/A            N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing    165   Base Incandescent Flood, 75W
Existing    166   CFL Screw- in, Modular 18W                                      Miscellaneous   72%     72%    $0.48   12,                 26,            $0.                 91.




                                                                                                                                                              Shaded rows denote Phase II measure additions.
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                                                                                 Appendix        E -   Non-Additive Measure Results (Commercial)




Existing   180   Base 4L4'T8 , 1EB                                             Miscellaneous                                                               N/A          N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing   181   ROB 4L4' Premium T8 , 1 EB                                    Miscellaneous   16%      16%   $0,           2.2                           $0,               91.31
Existing   182   Occupancy Sensor , 4L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                  Miscellaneous   20%      20%   $0,                                         $0.              380.
Existin    183   Continuous Dimmin , 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                 Miscellaneous   39%      75%   $2,                                         $0.              526,
Existing   185   Base 2L4'T8 , 1EB                                             Miscellaneous                                                               N/A          N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing   186   ROB 2L4' Premium T8 , 1 EB                                    Miscellaneous   17%      17%   $0.           2.2                           $0.              115,
Existing   187   Occupancy Sensor , 8L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                  Miscellaneous   20%      20%   $0.                                         $0.              368.        0.73     0.46
Existin    188   Continuous Dimmin , 5L4' Fluorescent Fixtures                 Miscellaneous   39%      75%   $2,                                         $0.25            526.
Existing   200   Base Mercury Vapor 400W Lamp                                  Miscellaneous                                                               N/A          N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing   201   High Pressure Sodium 250W Lamp                                Miscellaneous   35%      35%   $0,                                         $0.              733,
Existin    202   Outdoor Li htin Controls PhotocelifTimeciock                  Miscellaneous   23%            $0,                                         $0.           N/A
Existing   310   DX Packaged System , EER=10. 3, 10 tons                       Miscellaneous                                                               N/A          N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing   311   DX Tune Upl Advanced Diagnostics                              Miscellaneous   14%            $0.                                         $0.              234.
Existing   312   DX Packaged System , EER=10. , 10 tons                        Miscellaneous                  $0.                                         $0.               85.
Existing   313   Window Film (Standard)                                        Miscellaneous                  $0.                                         $0,              249.
Existing   314   Evaporative Pre-Cooler                                        Miscellaneous   10%      10%   $0.                                         $0.              320,
Existing   315   Prog, Thermostat - DX                                         Miscellaneous                  $0.                                         $0.               87.
Existin    316   Direct Eva orative Cooler                                     Miscellaneous   58%     58%    $0,                                  1.49   $0.               46.
                                                                               Miscellaneous                                                               N/A          N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing   400   Base Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 87.
Existing   401   Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 89.                                Miscellaneous                  $0.                                         $0,              363.
Existing   402   Variable Speed Drive Control , 5                              Miscellaneous   29%            $0.           0.4         0.46              $0,              749.
Existin    413   Air Handler 0 timization , 5                                  Miscellaneous   20%     20%    $0.                                         $0.              853.
                 Base Heating                                                  Miscellaneous                                                               N/A          N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing   600
Existing   602   Roof Ceiling Insulation                                       Miscellaneous   10%      10%   $0,                                         $0.          653,887.
Existing   605   Clock Programmable Thermostat                                 Miscellaneous   10%            $0,                       3.41              $0.     $ 10 075 342,        1.26
Existing   610   Installation of Air Side Economizers                          Miscellaneous   15%      15%   $0,                                         $0.     $ 4 521 176.
                                                                                                              $0.28                                       $0,          996, 634.                             1.28
Existin    612   Installation of Automated Buildin Ventilation Control Via Oce Miscellaneous
                                                                               Miscellaneous                                                               N/A          N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
Existing   700   Base Water Heating
           701   Demand controlled circulating systems                         Miscellaneous                  $0.                                         $0,              037.                        116
Existing
Existing   703   Water Heater Tank Wrap (electric)                             Miscellaneous                  $0,                                         $0.              344.
Existin    704   Hot Water SHW Pi e Insulation                                 Miscellaneous                  $0.                                         $0.              256.        1.41
                                                                              Small Office                                                                 N/A          N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
 New       110   Base Lighting
 New       111   10 % More Efficient Design (Lighting)                        Small Office     10%     10%    $0.     5.4                                 $0.                 64.24
 New       112   20 % More Efficient Desi n Li htin                           Small Office     20%     24%    $0.                                         $0,                 67.      3.26
                                                                              Small Office                                                                 N/A          N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
 New       310   DX Packaged System, EER- 10. , 10 tons
 New       311   DX Tune Upl Advanced Diagnostics                             Small Office     14%            $0.                       0.26              $0,              233.
 New       312   DX Packaged System , EER=10, 9, 10 tons                      Small Office                    $0,                 3.4                     $0.               83.
 New       314   Low-e Windows                                                Small Office                    $0,                 3.4                     $0.               26.
 New       316   Direct Eva orative Cooler                                    Small Office     58%     58%    $0.                                         $0.               44,
                                                                              Small Office                            2.2                                  N/A          N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
 New       400   Base Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 87.
 New       401   Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 89,                               Small Office                    $0.     2.2                                 $0.              228.
                                                                              Small Office     28%            $0,     2.2                                 $0.              095.                              1.42
 New       402   Variable Speed Drive Control , 5
 New       413   Air Handler 0 timization, 5                                  Small Office     20%     20%    $0.                                         $0.              175.
                                                                              Small Office                                                                 N/A          N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
 New       700   Base Water Heating
 New       703   Water Heater Tank Wra electric                               Small Office                    $0.                                         $0,              344.
                                                                              Large Office                                                                 N/A          N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
 New       110   Base Lighting
           111   10 % More Efficient Design (Lighting)                        Large Office     10%     10%    $0.                                         $0,                 54.
 New
 New       112   20 % More Efficient Desi n Li htin                           Lar e Office     20%     24%    $0.                                         $0,                 58.
                                                                              Large Office                                                                 N/A          N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
 New       310   DX Packaged System , EER=10, 3, 10 tons
 New       311   DX Tune Upl Advanced Diagnostics                             Large Office     14%            $0,                                         $0.              233.
                 DX Packaged System, EER=10. 9, 10 tons                       Large Office                    $0.                                         $0.               83.
 New       312
 New       314   Low-e Windows                                                Large Office                    $0.                                         $0.               26.
                                                                              Lar e Office     58%     58%    $0.                                         $0.               44,
 New       316   Direct Eva orative Cooler
                                                                                                                                                          N/A           N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
 New       400   Base Fan Motor, 5hp, 1800rpm, 87,                            Large Office
                                                                              Large Office                    $0.           3.4                           $0.              200,
 New       401   Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 89,
                                                                              Large Office     28%            $0.                                         $0.              958.42      1.22
 New       402   Variable Speed Drive Control , 5
                                                                              Lar e Office     20%     20%    $0,                                         $0.              110.
 New       413   Air Handler 0 timization , 5
                                                                                                                                                          N/A           N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
 New       700   Base Water Heating                                           Large Office
                                                                              Lar e Office                    $0.                                         $0.              344.
 New       703   Water Heater Tank Wra electric
                                                                                                                                                          N/A           N/A           N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
 New       110   Base Lighting                                                 Restaurant
                                                                               Restaurant      10%     10%    $0.                                         $0.                 94.
 New       111   10 % More Efficient Design (Lighting)
                                                                               Restaurant      20%     24%    $0.                                         $0.                 99.
 New       112   20 % More Efficient Desi n Li htin                                                                                                                                                          N/A
                                                                                                                                                          N/A           N/A           NJA     N/A      N/A
 New       310   DX Packaged System, EER=10. 3, 10 tons                        Restaurant
                                                                               Restaurant      16%            $0,                                         $0.              317.
 New       311   DX Tune Upl Advanced Diagnostics
                                                                               Restaurant                     $0.                                         $0.              113.
 New       312   DX Packaged System , EER=10. , 10 tons




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                                                                         Appendix E - Non-Additive Measure Results (Commercial)




New   314   Low-e Windows                                               Restaurant   10%   10%   $0.           5.2                               $0,             15.   11.
New   316   Direct Eva orative Cooler                                   Restaurant   58%   58%   $0,           2.4    1.2                        $0,             61.
New   400   Base Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 87.                         Restaurant                                                                N/A      N/A         N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
New   401   Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 89,                              Restaurant               $0.                        0.01                 $0.         307.
New   402   Variable Speed Drive Control , 5 HP                         Restaurant   28%         $0.                        0.01                 $0.         187.
New   413   Air Handler 0 timization , 5 HP                             Restaurant   20%   20%   $0.                                             $0.         225,
New   700   Base Water Heating                                          Restaurant                       4.4   4.4                                N/A      N/A         N/A     N/A      NJA   N/A
New   703   Water Heater Tank Wra electric                              Restaurant               $0.     4.4                                     $0.         344.
New   110   Base Lighting                                                 Retail                               4.4                                N/A      N/A         N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
New   111   10 % More Efficient Design (Lighting)                         Retail     10%   10%   $0.                                             $0.             79.
New   112   20 % More Efficient Desi n Li htin                            Retail     20%   24%   $0.24                                           $0,             83.
New   310   DX Packaged System , EER=10. 3, 10 tons                       Retail                                                                  N/A      N/A         N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
New   311   DX Tune Up/ Advanced Diagnostics                              Retail     15%         $0.           2.4                               $0.         352.
New   312   DX Packaged System , EER=10, , 10 tons                        Retail                 $0.                                             $0.         125,
New   314   Low-e Windows                                                 Retail                 $0.           2:6                               $0.          73,
New   316   Direct Eva orative Cooler                                     Retail     58%   58%   $0.                        1.42          0.45   $0.          67.
New   400   Base Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 87.                           Retail                                                                  N/A      N/A         N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
New   401   Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 89.                                Retail                 $0,                                             $0,         235,
New   402   Variable Speed Drive Control , 5 HP                           Retail     28%         $0.20                                           $0,         953,
New   413   Air Handler 0 timization , 5 HP                               Retail     20%   20%   $0.           1.4                               $0.         230,
            Base Water Heating                                            Retail                                                                  N/A      N/A         N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
New   700
New   703   Water Heater Tank Wra electric                                Retail                 $0.                                             $0.         344.
            Base Lighting                                               FoodStore                        11.   11,                                N/A      N/A         NJA     N/A      N/A   N/A
New   110
New   111   10 % More Efficient Design (Lighting)                       FoodStore    10%   10%   $0,     11.   10,    2.4                        $0.             37,
New   112   20 % More Efficient Desi n Li htin                          FoodStore    20%   24%   $0.     11.                                     $0.             39.             3.44
            DX Packaged System , EER- 10. 3, 10 tons                    FoodStore                                                                 N/A      N/A         N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
New   310
New   311   DX Tune Up/ Advanced Diagnostics                            FoodStore    16%         $0.                                             $0.         235,
New   312   DX Packaged System, EER=10. , 10 tons                       FoodStore                $0.                  4.4                        $0.          84.
New   314   Low-e Windows                                               FoodStore                $0,                  4.4                        $0,                   19.
New   316   Direct Eva orative Cooler                                   FoodStore    58%   58%   $0.                               0.22          $0.             45.
            Base Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 87.                         FoodStore                                                                 N/A      N/A         N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
New   400
New   401   Fan Motor, 5hp, 1800rpm , 89.                               FoodStore                $0.                                             $0.         164.
      402   Variable Speed Drive Control , 5 HP                         FoodStore    28%         $0.     3.4                                     $0.         633.       2.26                  1.40
New
New   413   Air Handler 0 timization , 5 HP                             FoodStore    20%   20%   $0.                                             $0.         179.
                                                                        FoodStore                        30,   30.                                N/A      N/A         N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
New   500   Base Refrigeration System
New   501   High Efficiency Case Fans                                   FoodStore    12%   12%   $1.     30.   27.                               $0.         261.
New   502   Strip Curtains for Walk- Ins                                FoodStore                $0.     31.   30.2                              $0.         103.
New   503   Night Covers for Display Cases                              FoodStore                $0.     30.   29.                               $0.       N/A                   2.48
New   504   Reduced Speed or Cycling of Evaporator Fans                 FoodStore                $0,     30.   30.          0.01                 $0,       N/A
New   505   High- Efficiency Compressors                                FoodStore                $0.     31.   28.                               $0,          49.                6.46
                                                                        FoodStore                $0.     30,   28.                               $0.         512,                             1.47
New   506   Compressor VSD retrofit
New   507   Installation of Floating Condenser Head Pressure Controls   FoodStore                $0.     31.   29.                               $0.       N/A          6.26
New   508   Refrigeration Commissioning                                 FoodStore                $0.     31.   29.                               $0.         382,
New   509   Demand Hot Gas Defrost                                      FoodStore                $0.     31.   30.4                              $0.          50.
                                                                        FoodStore                $0.     30.   28.                               $0.             16.   26.      19,
New   510   Demand Defrost Electric
New   511   Anti- Sweat Humidistat Controls                             FoodStore                $0.     30.   29.                               $0.         214.
                                                                        FoodStore                                                                 N/A      N/A         NJA     N/A      N/A   N/A
New   700   Base Water Heating
New   703   Water Heater Tank Wra electric                              FoodStore                $0.                                             $0.         344.
                                                                        Warehouse                                                                 N/A      N/A         N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
New   110   Base Lighting
      111   10 % More Efficient Design (Lighting)                       Warehouse    10%   10%   $0.           2.4                               $0.         145.
New
      112   20 % More Efficient Desi n Li htin                          Warehouse    20%   24%   $0,                                             $0.         153.
New
                                                                        Warehouse                                                                N/A       N/A         N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
New   310   DX Packaged System , EER- 10. 3, 10 tons
            DX Tune Up/ Advanced Diagnostics                            Warehouse    15%         $0.                                             $0.         374,
New   311
                                                                        Warehouse                $0,                                             $0,         133.                0.44
New   312   DX Packaged System , EER=10. , 10 tons
                                                                        Warehouse    12%   12%   $0.                                             $0.             18,
New   314   Low-e Windows
                                                                        Warehouse    58%   58%   $0.                                             $0.             71.
New   316   Direct Eva orative Cooler
                                                                                                         1.2                                     N/A       N/A         N/A     N/A      N/A   N/A
New   400   Base Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 87.                         Warehouse
                                                                        Warehouse                $0.     1.2                                     $0.         268,       1.45
New   401   Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 89.
            Variable Speed Drive Control , 5 HP                         Warehouse    28%         $0.     1.2                                     $0,         315,
New   402
                                                                        Warehouse    20%   20%   $0.                                             $0.         357,
New   413   Air Handler 0 timization, 5 HP                                                                                                                                                    N/A
                                                                                                                                                 N/A       N/A         N/A     N/A      N/A
New   700   Base Water Heating                                          Warehouse
                                                                        Warehouse                $0.                                             $0.         342,
New   703   Water Heater Tank Wra electric
                                                                                                                                                 N/A       N/A         N/A     N/A      NJA   N/A
New   110   Base Lighting                                                School
                                                                         School      10%   10%   $0.                                             $0.         115.
New   111   10 % More Efficient Design (Lighting)
                                                                         School      20%   24%   $0.                        0.26                 $0.         122.28
New   112   20 % More Efficient Desi n Li htin



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            DX Packaged System , EER- 10. 3, 10 tons      School                                                            N/A      N/A            N/A   N/A      N/A   N/A
New   310
New   311   DX Tune Upl Advanced Diagnostics              School       13%            $0,                                  $0.         411.
New   312   DX Packaged System, EER=10. 9, 10 tons        School                      $0,                 1.4              $0.         144.
New   314   Low-e Windows                                 School                      $0,                                  $0.          41.                              3.40
New   316   Direct Eva orative Cooler                     School       58%      58%   $0,                                  $0.             77. 77                        3.40
      400   Base Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 87,           School                                                            N/A      N/A            N/A   N/A      N/A   N/A
New
New   401   Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 89,                School                      $0.                                  $0.         373,
New   402   Variable Speed Drive Control , 5 HP           School       28%            $0.                                  $0.         832,
New   413   Air Handler 0 timization , 5 HP               School       20%      20%   $0.                                  $0.         664,
                                                          School                                                            N/A      N/A            N/A   N/A      N/A   N/A
New   700   Base Water Heating
New   703   Water Heater Tank Wra electric                School                      $0.                                  $0,         344.
                                                          College                                                           N/A      N/A            N/A   N/A      N/A   N/A
New   110   Base Lighting
New   111   10 % More Efficient Design (Lighting)         College      10%      10%   $0.                                  $0.             78,              1.49
New   112   20 % More Efficient Desi n Li htin            Colle e      20%      24%   $0.           3.2                    $0.             83,
                                                          College                                                           N/A      N/A            N/A   N/A      N/A   N/A
New   310   DX Packaged System , EER- 10, 3, 10 tons
New   311   DX Tune Upl Advanced Diagnostics              College      14%            $0.                                  $0.         465.
New   312   DX Packaged System , EER=10. 9, 10 tons       College                     $0.           2.2                    $0.         164.
New   314   Low-e Windows                                 College                     $0.           2.2                    $0.          87.
New   316   Direct Eva orative Cooler                     Colle e      58%      58%   $0.                       0.25       $0,          88.
                                                          College                                                           N/A      N/A            N/A   N/A      N/A   N/A
New   400   Base Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 87.
New   401   Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 89.                College                     $0.                       0.D1       $0.         245,
New   402   Variable Speed Drive Control , 5 HP           College      28%            $0,                                  $0.         168.
New   413   Air Handler 0 timization , 5 HP               Colle e      20%     20%    $0.           1.4                    $0.         207.27
                                                          College                                                           N/A      N/A            N/A   N/A      N/A   N/A
New   700   Base Water Heating
New   703   Water Heater Tank Wra electric                Colle e                     $0.                                  $0.         344.
                                                          Hospital                                                          N/A      N/A            N/A   N/A      N/A   N/A
New   110   Base Lighting
New   111   10 % More Efficient Design (Lighting)         Hospital     10%      10%   $0.                 1.4              $0,             60.
New   112   20 % More Efficient Desi n Li htin            Has ital     20%     24%    $0.                                  $0.             64.27
                                                          Hospital                                                          N/A      N/A            N/A   N/A      N/A   N/A
New   310   DX Packaged System , EER=10. 3, 10 tons
New   311   DX Tune Upl Advanced Diagnostics              Hospital     15%            $0.                                  $0.         217.
New   312   DX Packaged System , EER=10, , 10 tons        Hospital                    $0.                                  $0.          77,
New   314   Low-e Windows                                 Hospital                    $0.                                  $0.          45,
New   316   Direct Eva orative Cooler                     Has ita      58%     58%    $0.                                  $0.          41.
                                                         Hospital                                                           N/A      N/A            N/A   N/A      N/A   N/A
New   400   Base Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 87,
New   401   Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 89.               Hospital                     $0.                                  $0.         128.
                                                         Hospital      28%            $0.                                  $0,         631.                              1.46
New   402   Variable Speed Drive Control , 5 HP
New   413   Air Handler 0 timization , 5 HP              Has ital      20%     20%    $0.                                  $0.         108.
                                                         Hospital                                         0.4               N/A      N/A            N/A   N/A      N/A   N/A
New   700   Base Water Heating
New   703   Water Heater Tank Wra electric               Has ital                     $0,                                  $0.         344.
                                                           Hotel                                                            N/A      N/A            N/A   N/A      N/A   NIA
New   110   Base Lighting
New   111   10 % More Efficient Design (Lighting)          Hotel       10%     10%    $0.                                  $0.         130,
New   112   20 % More Efficient Desi n Li htin             Hotel       20%     24%    $0.     3.2                          $0.         138,
                                                           Hotel                                                            N/A      N/A            N/A   N/A      N/A   N/A
New   310   DX Packaged System, EER- 10. , 10 tons
New   311   DX Tune Upl Advanced Diagnostics               Hotel       16%            $0.     6.2                          $0.         349.
New   312   DX Packaged System, EER=10. , 10 tons          Hotel                      $0.                                  $0.         124.
            Low-e Windows                                  Hotel                      $0.           5.4                    $0.          45.
New   314
New   316   Direct Eva orative Cooler                      Hotel       58%     58%    $0.                 1.2              $0.          67.
                                                           Hotel                                                           N/A       N/A            N/A   N/A      N/A   N/A
New   400   Base Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm, 87.
New   401   Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 89.                 Hotel                      $0.                 0.2              $0.         302.
New   402   Variable Speed Drive Control, 5 HP             Hotel       28%            $0,                                  $0.         481.
      413   Air Handler 0 timization , 5 HP                Hotel       20%     20%    $0.                 0.2              $0,         291.
New
                                                                                                                           N/A       N/A            NIA   N/A      N/A   N/A
New   700   Base Water Heating                             Hotel
New   703   Water Heater Tank Wra electric                 Hotel                      $0.                                  $0.         344.
                                                                                                                           N/A       N/A            N/A   N/A      N/A   N/A
New   110   Base Lighting                              Miscellaneous
                                                       Miscellaneous   10%     10%    $0,                                  $0,         125.
New   111   10 % More Efficient Design (Lighting)
                                                       Miscellaneous   20%     24%    $0.24                                $0,         132.
New   112   20 % More Efficient Desi n Li htin
                                                                                                                           N/A       N/A            N/A   N/A      N/A   N/A
New   310   DX Packaged System , EER=10, 3, 10 tons    Miscellaneous
                                                       Miscellaneous   14%            $0.                                  $0,         240.
New   311   DX Tune Upl Advanced Diagnostics
                                                       Miscellaneous                  $0.                                  $0,          85.49
New   312   DX Packaged System , EER=10. , 10 tons
                                                       Miscellaneous                  $0.                                  $0,          50.
New   314   Low-e Windows
                                                       Miscellaneous   58%     58%    $0,                                  $0.          45.
New   316   Direct Eva orative Cooler                                                                                                                                    N/A
                                                                                                                           N/A       N/A            N/A   N/A      N/A
New   400   Base Fan Motor, 5hp, 1800rpm , 87.         Miscellaneous
                                                       Miscellaneous                  $0.                       0.D1       $0,         363.
New   401   Fan Motor , 5hp, 1800rpm , 89.
                                                       Miscellaneous   29%            $0.                                  $0.         749.
New   402   Variable Speed Drive Control , 5 HP
                                                       Miscellaneous   20%     20%    $0.                                  $0.         853.
New   413   Air Handler 0 timization , 5 HP



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DSM ASSYST ANNUAL POTENTIAL ANALYSIS OUTPUTS
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Awareness Parameters:
Ad Effectiveness Ratio                                                                        30.
Aware Decay Rate
Target Effectiveness

Program Budget:
Year
Administration (Original)                                                                 $100, 000    $103, 000    $106, 090 $109, 273 $112 551 $115,             $119,405 $122, 987 $126, 677 $130, 477
                                                                                                                                                                  927
Administration (Adjusted)                                                                 $100,000     $175, 264    $495, 059 $1, 807, 867 $1 915,493 $2 101 167 $2, 227, 501 $2, 352, 611 $2,468,496 $2 613, 278
Advertising                                                                               $200, 000    $206, 000    $212 180 $218, 545 $225, 102 $231, 855 $238, 810 $245, 975 $253,354 $260, 955

Annual Incentives & Adjustments:
Year
Year-on-Year Budget Growth                                                                     00%          00%         00%          00%          00%          00%          00%          00%           00%        00%
Incentive Constraints
Incentive Adiuster

TRC for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                              1.49
Utility Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
RIM Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Year
Annual TRC (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                                                                                   1.42         1.41         1.41
Annual Utility Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Annual RIM Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Net Energy Savings (Cumulative)                                                           137, 301     836, 020     528, 985     833, 579 25,420, 172 36, 614, 358 48, 109, 879 59, 767, 321 71 325, 000 83, 189 605
Net Peak Demand Savings (Cumulative)                                                       690           680          575          136         842          814          941      28, 210      33, 598     39, 141
Naturally Occurring Energy Savings Total (Cumulative)                                    395 920      602 128      747, 848     865, 386    967 664     066, 098     159, 122     249, 158     337 827 1,426, 264
                                                                                           250          380          470          542         604         661          713           763        812          861
Naturally Occurring Peak Demand Savings Total (Cumulative)
                                                                                         $100 000     $162 281   $424,434 $1,435 143 $1, 407 945 $1,430, 019 $1,403, 704 $1, 372 726           $1 333 652 $1 307, 289
Annual Present Value Administration Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
Annual Present Value Advertising Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)             $200, 000    $190, 741 $181,   910  $173,488 $165,457 $157, 796 $150,491 $143, 524                    $136,   879  $130,542
                                                                                         $168 724     $311,440 $903, 676 $3, 179, 794 $3, 120, 866 $3, 172, 679 $3, 115 533 $3, 047, 803       $2 961, 768 $2 904, 244
Annual Present Value Incentive Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                         $468, 724    $664,462 $1, 510, 020 $4, 788, 425 $4, 694, 268 $4, 760,495 $4, 669, 728 $4, 564 053     $4,432 299 $4, 342 076
Total Present Value Annual Program Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate 8. 00%)

                                                                                         $406, 121    $397 386     $503, 069   $515, 787    $505,493     $632 522    $616, 816    $588, 147     $537, 112    $524, 659
Annual Present Value Partici

Total 20 Year Avoided Costs                                                             $1, 520, 053 $1 768, 378 $3, 195 671 $7 349, 720 $7 202, 775 $7 631, 705 $7,468, 527 $7, 246, 206 $6, 924 367 $6, 762 397
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (TRC)                                                             119, 761 $1 569, 105 $3, 061, 286 $7, 246, 290 $7, 117, 575 $7, 555, 921 $7,400, 743 $7, 184, 116 $6, 866, 518 $6, 707, 784
Annual Present Value Lost Revenue (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)                  $912, 840 $1, 309, 383 $2 732 642 $6, 613, 557 $6, 498, 163 $7 228, 555 $7, 072, 320 $6, 830, 399 $6, 444 595 $6, 296, 015
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (RIM)                                                          $969, 771 $1, 355, 181 $2, 616, 873 $6, 175 512 $6, 061, 840 $6, 375, 586 $6, 239, 660 $6, 055, 925 $5, 794 535 $5, 653, 020
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DSM ASSYST ANNUAL POTENTIAL ANALYSIS OUTPUTS
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Awareness Parameters:
Ad Effectiveness Ratio                                                                        30.
Aware Decay Rate
Target Effectiveness

Program Budget:
Year
Administration (Original)                                                                  $100, 000      $103, 000     $106,090     $109, 273    $112, 551    $115, 927    $119,405     $122 987     $126, 677    $130,477
Administration (Adjusted)                                                                  $100, 000      $170 663      $468 549     $481 946     $499,244     $538, 408    $559, 302    $579, 152    $602,438     $626, 583
Advertising                                                                                $200, 000      $206, 000     $212, 180    $218, 545    $225, 102    $231 855     $238 810     $245, 975    $253, 354    $260, 955

Annual Incentives & Adjustments:
Year
                                                                                               00%             00%          00%           00%         00%          00%           00%         00%          00%          00%
Year-on-Year Budget Growth
Incentive Constraints
Incentive Adjuster                                                                             0.44 0. 666666667

TRC for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Utility Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
RIM Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Year
Annual TRC (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Annual Utility Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Annual RIM Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Net Energy Savings (Cumulative)                                                            086, 328      676, 163       065, 301    9,491, 094    966, 770 16 981, 550 21, 043, 903 25, 104 878 29, 223, 941 33, 399, 290
                                                                                            656            578            301           045         815        655       10, 520      12, 407     14, 319      16, 257
Net Peak Demand Savings (Cumulative)
                                                                                          395, 920      602 128        747,848       865, 386    967, 664    066, 098    159, 122     249, 158    337 827      426, 264
Naturally Occurring Energy Savings Total (Cumulative)
                                                                                            250           380            470           542         604        661          713          763         812          861
Naturally Occurring Peak Demand Savings Total (Cumulative)

Annual Present Value Administration Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)          $100, 000      $158, 021     $401 705 $382 584 $366,         960   $366,432 $352,455 $337,          929 $325,479 $313,447
                                                                                         $200, 000      $190, 741     $181, 910   $173,488 $165,457 $157           796   $150,491 $143, 524 $136,         879 $130,542
Annual Present Value Advertising Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
Annual Present Value Incentive Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)               $161, 522      $288, 971     $816, 154 $777, 241 $745, 753 $746, 679 $718, 546 $689, 138 $664, 112 $639, 907
Total Present Value Annual Program Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate 8. 00%)             $461 522       $637 733        399, 769 $1, 333, 313 $1, 278, 169 $1, 270, 907 $1, 221,492 $1 170, 591 $1, 126, 470 $1, 083, 897

                                                                                         $389, 075     $369, 562      $457,664      $436, 323    $419, 089    $463, 879    $445, 881    $423, 379    $408,453     $393, 935
Annual Present Value Partici

Total 20 Year Avoided Costs                                                              $1,467, 932   $1, 663, 859       932 168 $2 818, 362 $2 709, 977 $2, 822 618 $2, 716, 876 $2 595,405 $2, 500, 076 $2, 407 828
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (TRC)                                                          $1, 067 639   $1,464, 586    $2, 797 783 $2 714 932 $2 624, 776 $2 746, 834 $2, 649, 092 $2, 533, 315 $2,442, 228 $2, 353, 214
Annual Present Value Lost Revenue (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)                   $871, 928    $1, 225,454        507, 823 $2,434, 999 $2, 355, 948 $2 592 512 $2,499, 257 $2 379, 432 $2, 296, 801 $2 215, 671
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (RIM)                                                           $924,372     $1, 264 374        389, 933 $2, 320, 689 $2, 242 013 $2 323, 508 $2 238, 782 $2, 140, 300 $2 060, 182 $1, 982, 026
                                                               Appendix F - Phase I Achievable Potential Scenarios (Residential)


DSM ASSYST ANNUAL POTENTIAL ANALYSIS OUTPUTS
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Awareness Parameters:
Ad Effectiveness Ratio                                                                       30.
Aware Decay Rate
Target Effectiveness

Program Budget:
Year
Administration (Original)                                                                 $100, 000    $103, 000    $106, 090    $109, 273    $112, 551    $115, 927    $119,405     $122 987     $126, 677    $130,477
Administration (Adjusted)                                                                 $100,000     $169, 793    $170,407     $174, 577    $180, 011    $190, 896    $197,404     $204, 359    $211, 575    $219, 042
                                                                                          $200,000     $206, 000    $212 180     $218, 545    $225, 102    $231 855     $238, 810    $245, 975    $253, 354    $260, 955
Advertising

Annual Incentives & Adjustments:
Year
                                                                                              00%          00%          00%          00%          00%          00%          00%          00%          00%          00%
Year-on-Year Budget Growth
Incentive Constraints
Incentive Adiuster

TRC for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Utility Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
RIM Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Year
Annual TRC (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Annual Utility Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                                                 2.41         2.44
Annual RIM Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)
                                                                                          069, 555     625, 176     193,487      784 209      397,402      204, 704     028, 321      871, 831     733, 609 16 612,470
Net Energy Savings (Cumulative)
                                                                                           646           548        2,460          386          326          293          272          261           260        267
Net Peak Demand Savings (Cumulative)
                                                                                         395 920      602 128      747, 848     865, 386     967, 664      066, 098     159, 122     249, 158     337,827 1,426, 264
Naturally Occurring Energy Savings Total (Cumulative)
                                                                                           250          380          470          542          604          661          713          763           812        861
Naturally Occurring Peak Demand Savings Total (Cumulative)

                                                                                         $100, 000    $157 216     $146, 097    $138, 585    $132,314     $129, 921    $124, 398    $119, 241    $114 307     $109, 576
Annual Present Value Administration Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                         $200, 000    $190, 741    $181, 910    $173,488     $165,457     $157 796     $150,491     $143, 524    $136, 879    $130, 542
Annual Present Value Advertising Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                         $160, 116    $284, 737    $263, 355    $249, 565    $238, 320    $235, 256    $225, 415    $216, 266    $207 505     $199, 095
Annual Present Value Incentive Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                         $460 116     $632, 694    $591, 361    $561, 638    $536, 091    $522 973     $500, 305    $479, 031    $458, 692    $439, 213
Total Present Value Annual Program Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate 8. 00%)

                                                                                         $385, 619    $363, 932    $336, 682    $319, 125    $304 813     $317, 229    $303, 672    $291, 475    $279, 765    $268, 510
Annual Present Value Partici

Total 20 Year Avoided Costs                                                             $1,451, 229 $1, 632 304 $1, 522 101 $1 455, 039 $1, 391, 389 $1,410, 157 $1, 350, 994 $1 296 258 $1 242 721 $1, 191,401
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (TRC)                                                         $1, 050, 936 $1 433, 030 $1 387, 717 $1, 351, 609 $1, 306, 188 $1 334 373 $1 283, 210 $1, 234 168 $1, 184 873 $1 136, 788
Annual Present Value Lost Revenue (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)                  $858,465       199, 082 $1, 160, 485 $1, 130, 660 $1 093,484 $1 167, 051 $1, 121 933 $1, 080 160 $1 038, 133 $997, 027
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (RIM)                                                          $909, 881      237, 127 $1, 198, 986 $1, 168, 548 $1 128, 533 $1 143, 808 $1, 099, 019 $1, 055, 755 $1 012, 191 $969, 757
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DSM ASSYST ANNUAL POTENTIAL ANALYSIS OUTPUTS
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Awareness Parameters:
Ad Effectiveness Ratio                                                                       30.
Aware Decay Rate
Target Effectiveness

Program Budget:
Year
                                                                                          $100, 000    $103, 000    $106, 090    $109, 273    $112 551     $115, 927 $119, 405 $122 987        $126, 677    $130,477
Administration (Original)
                                                                                          $100, 000     $92, 603     $93, 208     $95,476      $98, 341    $103, 301 $106 733 $110, 306        $114 010     $117,839
Administration (Adjusted)
                                                                                          $200, 000    $206 000     $212 180     $218, 545    $225, 102    $231, 855 $238, 810 $245, 975       $253, 354    $260, 955
Advertising

Annual Incentives & Adjustments:
Year
                                                                                              00%          00%           00%         00%           00%         00%         00%         00%         00%          00%
Year-on-Year Budget Growth
Incentive Constraints
Incentive Adjuster

TRC for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Utility Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
RIM Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Year
Annual TRC (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Annual Utility Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Annual RIM Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Net Energy Savings (Cumulative)                                                           063, 910     124 607      209 032      315, 265    5,439, 770    675, 160    925 310 9, 187, 892 10,461,410 11, 744 734
                                                                                           643           287          948          623           309         013         726       5,445       171         902
Net Peak Demand Savings (Cumulative)
                                                                                         395, 920     602, 128     747,848      865, 386      967, 664     066, 098    159, 122 1, 249, 158  337, 827 1,426, 264
Naturally Occurring Energy Savings Total (Cumulative)
                                                                                           250          380          470          542           604         661         713         763       812         861
Naturally Occurring Peak Demand Savings Total (Cumulative\
                                                                                        $100, 000      $85 743     $79, 911      $75, 792     $72 284      $70, 305    $67, 260 $64, 363      $61 596       $58, 949
Annual Present Value Administration Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                        $200, 000     $190. 741    $181, 910    $173,488     $165,457     $157 796    $150,491 $143, 524      $136, 879    $130,542
Annual Present Value Advertising Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                        $159, 708     $131 814     $121. 744    $115, 216    $109,883     $107 709    $103, 168 $98, 853      $94, 731     $90, 780
Annual Present Value Incentive Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                        $459, 708     $408, 299    $383, 565    $364,496     $347,623     $335, 811   $320, 919 $306, 740     $293. 206    $280, 271
Total Present Value Annual Program Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate 8. 00%)

                                                                                        $384, 616     $317 464     $293, 231    $277, 525    $264 696     $268 748    $257, 512 $246, 784     $236, 525    $226, 690
Annual Present Value Participant Costs

                                                                                        $1,445, 691 $1, 202 971 $1 119, 656 $1 068,452 $1, 019, 864 $1 018, 864       $976, 090   $934 895    $894 813     $856,487
Total 20 Year Avoided Costs
                                                                                        $1, 045, 398 $1,003, 698 $985 271    $965,022 $934 664 $943, 079              $908, 307   $872, 805   $836, 964    $801, 874
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (TRC)
                                                                                         $853, 934 $817, 592 $802,429 $786, 293 $762, 233 $797, 743                   $769, 122   $739 779    $710, 117    $681 003
Annual Present Value Lost Revenue (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                         $905, 087 $870, 121     $854, 771   $837 716 $810 827 $812, 817              $782 038    $750. 614   $718, 845    $687, 787
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (RIM)
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Awareness Parameters:
Ad Effectiveness Ratio                                                                          10.
Aware Decay Rate
Taraet Effectiveness

Program Budget:
Year
Administration (Original)                                                                   $200,000     $206,000         $212, 180       $218, 545       $225, 102        $231, 855     $238, 810       $245, 975       $253 354        $260, 955
Administration (Adjusted)                                                                   $200, 000    $584, 881      $3, 220, 742    $4, 922 724     $6, 888, 337     $8, 440, 339 $11 707, 794     $4, 968, 664    $3, 264, 676       860 562
Advertisina                                                                                 $500, 000    $600,000         $700, 000       $800, 000       $900 000         $927 000      $954 810        $983 454          012, 958       043 347

Annual Incentives & Adjustments:
Year
                                                                                                 00%          00%                00%            00%            00%              00%            00%            00%             00%             00%
Year-on-Year Budget Growth
Incentive Constraints
Incentive Adiuster

TRC for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Utility Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
RIM Test for Proaram (with Adiusted Proaram Costs!
Year
Annual TRC (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                                   1.42           1.47               1.44
Annual Utility Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                        2.45
                                                                                             0.43        0.46             0.46            0.46         0.47          0.48                      0.45          0.40
Annual RIM Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Net Energy Savings (Cumulative)                                                             366, 715 12, 611 379      48, 921,496         082, 942 153, 700, 627 208, 938, 769 261 347 313 279, 462, 056 288, 531, 829 295, 128, 656
                                                                                             623           359             928           21, 047     36, 362        55, 262       80, 876     89, 764       94, 351          791
Net Peak Demand Savings (Cumulative)
                                                                                            024,464    806 851         2,408, 071        873, 464     236, 847      523, 472      752 221     937, 224      089, 060      215, 659
Naturally Occurring Energy Savings Total (Cumulative)
                                                                                             190          333             443             526           590          640           678          708          732           751
Naturallv Occurring Peak Demand Savings Total (Cumulative)
                                                                                           $200, 000 $541 557             761, 267      $3, 907, 817    063, 133 $5, 744 353      377 896       899, 168      763, 803                $1,430, 993
Annual Present Value Administration Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                           $500, 000 $555,556          $600, 137         $635 066     $661,527    $630, 901     $601 692      $573,836     $547, 270                   $521, 933
Annual Present Value Advertising Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                           $345, 844 $1, 138, 683     $6, 261 590       $8, 909 958 $11 578, 314 $13 153, 366 $16, 923, 915 $6, 601 664 $3, 987 769                   $3, 224, 087
Annual Present Value Incentive Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                          $1, 045, 844 $2, 235, 795   $9, 622 994      $13, 452 840 $17 302 974 $19, 528, 620 $24, 903, 503 $10, 074, 667 $6, 298, 842                $5, 177, 013
Total Present Value Annual Program Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate 8. 00%)

                                                                                             068, 288 $1, 950, 866    $4, 947 681      $5, 857 947     $6, 201 987      $5, 540, 557   $4, 093, 895   $1, 215, 502     $458,472        $253, 568
Annual Present Value Partici

                                                                                             702, 774 $5, 932 508     $21 436 841      $27   808, 648 $32, 422 874     $32, 355, 565   $33, 382 269 $11, 115, 240     $5, 437 375     $3, 841 922
Total 20 Year Avoided Costs
                                                                                             070, 654 $5,470,036      $21, 096, 572    $27   556,438 $32,235, 836      $32, 215, 733   $33, 276, 549 $11 034, 348     $5, 374, 671    $3, 792 565
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (TRC)
                                                                                             702, 251 $7, 125, 844    $26, 867 991     $34   232, 388 $38 377,654      $35,669, 583    $32 242 990 $10, 613, 899      $5, 057, 332    $3, 500, 641
Annual Present Value Lost Revenue (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                             626, 643 $4, 305, 833    $16, 727, 001    $22   013, 992 $26, 000, 745    $26, 391 324    $27 983, 122   $9, 281, 228    $4, 533,443     $3, 206, 107
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (RIM)
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Awareness Parameters:
Ad Effectiveness Ratio                                                                           10.
Aware Decay Rate
Taroet Effectiveness

Program Budget:
Year
Administration (Original)                                                                    $200, 000         $206,000         $212, 180       $218 545       $225, 102        $231, 855      $238, 810      $245, 975      $253,354        $260, 955
Administration (Adjusted)                                                                    $200, 000         $552 685       $2, 892, 615       060, 657    $3, 126, 595     $3, 074 586       950, 170       788, 846    $2, 615, 784    $2,447 296
Advertisina                                                                                  $500, 000         $550,000         $600, 000       $650, 000      $700 000         $721 000       $742 630       $764 909       $787, 856       $811, 492

Annual Incentives & Adjustments:
Year
Year-on-Year Budget Growth                                                                        00%                  00%           00%             00%            00%              00%            00%            00%            00%             00%
Incentive Constraints
Incentive Adjuster                                                                                0.44      666666667

TRC for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Utility Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
RIM Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs!
Year
Annual TRC (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                                        1.40            1.45            1.43           1.40
Annual Utility Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Annual RIM Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                 0.42             0.45                             0.45            0.46        0.46         0.46         0.46          0.46         0.46
Net Energy Savings (Cumulative)                                                              034 627       10, 996, 857         114, 000        185, 866    99, 922 866 126, 111 776 149, 188 532 169, 040, 799 185, 835 116 199, 885 708
                                                                                              547                998             065              376         20, 718     26, 847       32, 617         957           843       47, 286
Net Peak Demand Savings (Cumulative)
                                                                                             024,464           806, 851        408, 071        873, 464       236, 847     523, 472     752, 221     937 224       089, 060     215, 659
Naturally Occurring Energy Savings Total (Cumulative)
                                                                                              190               333             443             526              590        640          678          708            732         751
Naturallv Occurring Peak Demand Savings Total (Cumulative!

                                                                                            $200, 000      $511 746              479, 951    $2,429 648     $2, 298, 141         092 512        859, 108       627, 265       413, 227    $1, 224, 257
Annual Present Value Administration Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                            $500, 000      $509, 259          $514,403        $515, 991      $514 521         $490, 700      $467 983       $446,317       $425, 654       $405, 948
Annual Present Value Advertising Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                            $314,887       $974, 177         $5, 110, 555    $5, 009, 377   $4, 737 527      $4, 309, 881   $3, 823, 743   $3, 340, 705   $2, 894 873         501 506
Annual Present Value Incentive Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                           $1, 014, 887   $1, 995, 182       $8, 104 909     $7, 955, 016   $7, 550, 188     $6, 893, 094   $6, 150, 833   $5, 414 287    $4, 733, 754    $4, 131 711
Total Present Value Annual Program Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate 8. 00%!

Annual Present Value Partici                                                               $979, 075           686, 124      $4, 091 756 $3, 951 240 $3, 668, 693 $3, 265, 354 $2, 825, 075 $2 399, 597 $2 016, 214 $1 685, 748

Total 20 Year Avoided Costs                                                                $2,487, 625    $5, 141, 619 $17, 694,494   $17,056, 745 $15, 684 827             $13, 789,440 $11 763, 553 $9, 824, 571 $8, 087, 733 $6, 605, 460
                                                                                           $1, 855, 505   $4, 679, 147 $17 354, 225   $16 804, 535 $15,497, 788             $13, 649, 609 $11, 657 833 $9, 743, 679 $8, 025, 029 $6 556, 103
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (TRC)
                                                                                               435 705    $6, 137, 335 $22 285,445    $21,374, 604 $19, 479, 048            $16, 911 276 $14, 197 373 $11 631 960 $9, 364, 560 $7,456, 020
Annual Present Value Lost Revenue (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (RIM!                                                            $1,455, 291    $3   676, 444 $13, 729, 918 $13, 343, 848 $12 333, 092            $10, 888, 203   $9, 327, 009 $7, 822,404 $6, 467, 344 $5, 307, 005
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Awareness Parameters:
Ad Effectiveness Ratio                                                                        10.
Aware Decay Rate
Target Effectiveness

Program Budget:
Year
Administration (Original)                                                                 $200, 000    $206, 000     $212, 180    $218, 545   $225, 102   $231, 855    $238, 810   $245, 975   $253, 354    $260, 955
Administration (Adjusted)                                                                 $200, 000    $591 752      $670, 685    $736, 566   $790 864    $835, 171    $871, 052   $899, 959   $923, 194    $941 884
Advertising                                                                               $500, 000    $515, 000     $530,450     $546, 363   $562,754    $579 637     $597, 026   $614, 937   $633, 385    $652, 387

Annual Incentives & Adjustments:
Year
Year-on-Year Budget Growth                                                                     00%         00%            00%         00%          00%         00%         00%          00%         00%         00%
Incentive Constraints
Incentive Adjuster

TRC for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Utility Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
RIM Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Year
Annual TRC (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Annual Utility Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                                                            2.40
Annual RIM Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                              0.43        0.47        0.48         0.48         0.48        0.48         0.48        0.48       0.48        0.48
Net Energy Savings (Cumulative)                                                           975, 554 10, 771 372 19, 528, 578 28, 901, 972 38, 612 314 48, 439, 766 58, 215, 740 67 814,449 77 144 919 86, 143, 893
Net Peak Demand Savings (Cumulative)                                                       586          339         318        6,457          698      10, 999      13, 324      15, 645       941     20, 196
Naturally Occurring Energy Savings Total (Cumulative)                                     024 464    806, 851 2,408 071       873,464      236, 847    523,472      752 221      937 224    089,060    215, 659
Naturally Occurring Peak Demand Savings Total (Cumulative)                                 190         333         443          526          590         640          678         708        732         751


Annual Present Value Administration Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)          $200, 000 $547 918        $575, 005 $584 709 $581,       309    $568,403 $548, 910 $525, 118 $498, 773 $471, 176
Annual Present Value Advertising Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)             $500, 000 $476,852        $454, 775 $433 721 $413,641 $394, 491 $376, 228 $358 810 $342 198 $326, 356
Annual Present Value Incentive Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)               $337, 603 $1 125, 870     $1 191 801 $1, 218, 383 $1, 215, 248 $1, 190, 512 $1 150, 749 $1, 101 120 $1, 045, 565 $987, 019
Total Present Value Annual Program Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate 8. 00%)               037 603 $2, 150, 640    $2 221, 581 $2 236, 813 $2 210, 198 $2, 153, 407 $2, 075, 887 $1, 985, 047 $1 886, 536 $1, 784 552


Annual Present Value Partici                                                             $973, 654 $1 715, 516 $1 804 833 $1, 831 294 $1, 811, 131 $1, 757, 919 $1 682, 544 $1, 593, 439 $1,496, 934 $1, 397, 647

Total 20 Year Avoided Costs                                                             $2,488,406 $5, 280, 552   $5, 539, 897 $5, 608, 314 $5,491 677 $5, 268, 708 $4, 982 813 $4, 657, 906 $4 312, 836 $3, 966, 709
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (TRC)                                                         $1, 856, 286 $4, 818, 080 $5, 199, 628 $5, 356, 104 $5 304, 638 $5, 128, 876 $4 877 093 $4, 577 014 $4, 250, 132 $3, 917, 351
Annual Present Value Lost Revenue (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)                     388, 291 $6, 009, 063 $6,479, 972 $6, 662,459 $6, 582 045 $6, 345, 997 $6, 014,413 $5 624, 134 $5, 202, 697 $4, 775, 353
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (RIM)                                                         $1,463, 863 $3, 836, 334 $4, 145, 783 $4 277,408 $4 235 275 $4, 092 652 $3, 889, 689 $3, 648, 064 $3 384, 724 $3 117, 343
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Awareness Parameters:
Ad Effectiveness Ratio                                                                        10.
Aware Decay Rate
Target Effectiveness

Program Budget:
Year
Administration (Original)                                                                 $200, 000    $206, 000   $212 180     $218, 545      $225, 102   $231 855     $238,810      $245, 975     $253, 354    $260, 955
Administration (Adjusted)                                                                 $200, 000    $233, 019   $262, 250    $287, 978      $310, 571   $330,428     $347 947      $363,499      $377,425     $390, 023
Advertising                                                                               $500 000     $515 000    $530,450     $546, 363      $562, 754   $579, 637    $597, 026     $614, 937     $633, 385    $652 387

Annual Incentives & Adjustments:
Year
Year-on-Year Budget Growth                                                                     00%          00%         00%          00%           00%         00%          00%           00%           00%          00%
Incentive Constraints
Incentive Adjuster

TRC for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Utility Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
RIM Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Year
Annual TRC (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Annual Utility Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                                    2.40
Annual RIM Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                              0.42          0.44        0.46        0.47        0.47         0.47       0.47        0.47         0.47         0.47
Net Energy Savings (Cumulative)                                                           889, 077      654, 662 11, 077, 719 15 976, 396 21 202, 149 26, 635,412 32 181 263 37, 765, 338 43, 330, 151 48, 831, 904
Net Peak Demand Savings (Cumulative)                                                       526            217         034         946          928          959       022         104          193          283
Naturally Occurring Energy Savings Total (Cumulative)                                     024,464       806, 851 2,408, 071     873,464     236, 847    523,472     752, 221   937, 224     089, 060     215, 659
Naturally Occurring Peak Demand Savings Total (Cumulative)                                  190          333         443         526          590          640       678         708          732          751


Annual Present Value Administration Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)          $200, 000 $215, 758 $224, 837 $228 606              $228, 279 $224 884        $219, 265    $212 098      $203, 911     $195, 108
Annual Present Value Advertising Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)             $500, 000 $476 852 $454 775 $433, 721               $413, 641  $394,491       $376, 228    $358,810      $342, 198     $326, 356
Annual Present Value Incentive Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)               $304 822 $341     549    $364,485 $376,422          $379, 837 $376, 830       $369, 124    $358, 099     $344 837      $330, 168
Total Present Value Annual Program Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate 8. 00%)            $1, 004 822 $1, 034, 159 $1, 044, 097 $1, 038, 749   $1 021,757 $996, 205      $964 618     $929, 008     $890, 946     $851 632

Annual Present Value Partici                                                             $946, 648 $1, 058, 959 $1, 127, 111 $1, 160, 258 $1 166,490 $1, 152, 647 $1 124, 317 $1 085, 947 $1 040, 998 $992 110

Total 20 Year Avoided Costs                                                             $2,402,475 $2    680, 963 $2 845, 715 $2 922, 138 $2 907,456 $2 838, 133 $2 734, 069 $2 605, 324 $2,460,413 $2 309, 196
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (TRC)                                                             770, 355 $2 218,492 $2 505,446 $2 669, 928 $2 720,418 $2 698 301 $2 628, 349 $2 524,433 $2, 397 709 $2, 259, 838
Annual Present Value Lost Revenue (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)                 $2, 318, 882 $2, 902 536 $3, 272, 880 $3,481 902 $3, 542, 217 $3, 508,486 $3,411, 941 $3, 271 855 $3, 102 956 $2, 919, 534
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (RIM)                                                         $1, 389, 336 $1, 744 282 $1, 973, 174 $2, 106, 185 $2, 144 926 $2, 125, 408 $2, 068, 201 $1, 984 014 $1, 881 569 $1, 770,732
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Awareness Parameters:
Ad Effectiveness Ratio
Aware Decay Rate
Target Effectiveness

Program Budget:
Year
Administration (Original)                                                                  $200 000     $206 000        $212 180      $218, 545       $225, 102      $231 855       $238, 810       $245, 975    $253, 354     $260, 955
Administration (Adjusted)                                                                  $200, 000    $473, 531        590, 347      945, 776        145,401        111, 027        083, 927      $626, 553    $266, 896     $185,224
Advertisina                                                                                $500, 000    $600 000        $700,000      $750, 000       $800, 000      $900,000     $1, 000, 000      $500, 000        $000          $000

Annual Incentives & Adjustments:
Year
                                                                                                00%          00%             00%            00%            00%            00%            00%             00%          00%           00%
Year-on-Year Budget Growth
Incentive Constraints
Incentive Adjuster

TRC for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Utility Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
RIM Test for Proaram (with Adjusted Proaram Costsl
Year
Annual TRC (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                                                                                             1.45
Annual Utility Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                                                                      2.42
Annual RIM Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                                                                                                       0.49
Net Energy Savings (Cumulative)                                                           6,415,446 20, 564 375 55, 364 450            165, 834 126, 593, 390 154 676, 512 175, 556, 872 177, 715, 184 175,594 864 172, 650, 625
                                                                                              149        696      10, 056             16, 856     23, 324       28, 744       33, 016      33, 703        33, 517     33, 130
Net Peak Demand Savings (Cumulative)
                                                                                            525, 387  386, 647    764, 160            786, 486     546, 317      111 081      530 177       839, 994      067, 458    232, 563
Naturally Occurring Energy Savings Total (Cumulative)
                                                                                             450        782          027                209           344          444           518           573          613          641
Naturallv Occurring Peak Demand Savinas Total (Cumulativel

                                                                                          $200 000 $438,455          363,466            544, 620   $1, 576, 934   $1, 436, 730   $1, 313, 227     $365,588      $144 195      $92, 658
Annual Present Value Administration Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate - 8. 00%)
                                                                                          $500, 000 $555 556      $600, 137          $595, 374      $588, 024      $612 525       $630, 170       $291 745
Annual Present Value Advertising Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                          $502 906      310 136      418, 826       $5, 033, 238   $5, 148, 309   $4, 684 667    $4, 276, 724    $1, 105,409    $368 716     $201, 237
Annual Present Value Incentive Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                         $1, 202 906 $2 304, 146 $6, 382,429        $7, 173, 232   $7, 313, 266   $6, 733, 922   $6, 220, 121        762, 741   $512, 911    $293, 895
Total Present Value Annual Proaram Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate 8. 00%1

                                                                                            807, 584 $2 745, 352 $4, 795, 705 $4, 660, 617 $3, 984 458 $2 946, 954 $1 767,414                    $399,491       $96, 269      $36, 977
Annual Present Value Partici

                                                                                         $5, 394, 705 $9, 272, 950   $20, 165, 431 $20, 275, 882 $18, 055, 949 $14 082, 298 $10, 105, 242 $1, 232 597           $698, 107 - 039, 080
Total 20 Year Avoided Costs
                                                                                         $3, 872, 806 $8, 197, 999   $19, 403, 032 $19, 733, 391 $17 671 599 $13, 810,424 $9, 913, 185 $1, 097 602              $792 187 - 103, 876
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (TRC)
                                                                                         $3, 931, 976 $8, 345, 679   $19, 744, 722 $20, 100, 587 $17, 932 131 $13,930, 245 $9, 864, 906 $970, 725               $906, 950 - $1, 197, 735
Annual Present Value Lost Revenue (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                         $3, 026, 721 $6,416,190     $15,215, 179 $15,498, 267     $13, 880, 223 $10, 849, 289 $7 804, 203 $888, 723            $595, 526 -$842 133
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (RIMI
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Awareness Parameters:
Ad Effectiveness Ratio
Aware Decay Rate
Taraet Effectiveness

Program Budget:
Year
Administration (Original)                                                                  $200, 000       $206 000        $212 180         $218 545       $225, 102      $231 855        $238, 810      $245, 975      $253, 354     $260, 955
Administration (Adjusted)                                                                  $200, 000       $461, 183        544, 662         516, 520       385,439     $1, 205, 162    $1, 014,421      $753, 031      $536, 387     $409,772
Advertising                                                                                $500 000        $600, 000       $700, 000        $750, 000      $772 500       $795, 675       $819, 545      $500, 000      $250, 000     $250,000

Annual Incentives & Adjustments:
Year
                                                                                                00%               00%           00%               00%           00%            00%             00%            00%            00%          00%
Year-on-Year Budget Growth
Incentive Constraints
Incentive Adjuster                                                                              0.44     666666667

TRC for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Utility Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
RIM Test for Proaram (with Adjusted Program Costs\
Year
Annual TRC (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                                                                                                   1.44
Annual Utility Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                          3.42
Annual RIM Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                                                                                                                                           0.45
Net Energy Savings (Cumulative)                                                            762 432      18, 374 968     49, 530 586      77,495, 300 100,438 384       118, 074 395 130, 943 962 138, 605, 563 142,408,223 144        063 010
                                                                                              031           297              983              113      18, 353              645             080         25, 560        26, 322       26, 680
Net Peak Demand Savings (Cumulative)
Naturally Occurring Energy Savings Total (Cumulative)                                      525, 387       386, 647        764, 160         786, 486    546, 317           111, 081       530, 177       839, 994       067,458       232, 563
                                                                                            450            782               027             209          344               444            518            573            613           641
Naturallv Occurring Peak Demand Savings Total (Cumulative)

Annual Present Value Administration Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)           $200 000       $427 022           324 299          203, 863       018, 339    $820 213        $639, 257      $439, 386      $289, 793     $204 988
Annual Present Value Advertising Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)              $500, 000      $555,556        $600, 137        $595,374       $567 811       $541 523        $516,453       $291 745       $135, 067     $125,062
Annual Present Value Incentive Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)                $456, 365     $1, 154 106     $3, 890, 730     $3, 530, 716   $2, 972 381    $2, 375,422     $1, 830,433    $1, 227 639     $777 565      $524 370
Total Present Value Annual Program Costs (Discounted at Utilitv Rate 8. 00%)                156, 365        136, 683    $5, 815, 166     $5, 329, 952   $4, 558, 530   $3, 737 159     $2, 986, 143   $1, 958, 770   $1, 202,426    $854 420

                                                                                            657, 717 $2 451,428            263, 017 $3, 774, 628 $3, 098, 754 $2,419 380 $1 826 508 $1 202, 881                       $749, 896     $498, 582

Total 20 Year Avoided Costs                                                                  999, 138       379, 877    $18 126, 917    $15, 512, 053 $12, 116, 551    $8, 878, 681    $6, 193, 712   $3, 551 976    $1, 719, 963   $750, 186
                                                                                         $3,477,238         304, 926    $17 364, 518    $14 969, 562 $11, 732, 201         606, 807    $6, 001, 655   $3,416, 981    $1, 625, 883   $685, 390
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (TRC)
                                                                                         $3, 531, 749   $7,439,444      $17 676, 945    $15, 274, 076 $11 950, 264     $8, 748, 100    $6, 080, 214   $3,445, 890    $1, 626, 557   $673, 178
Annual Present Value Lost Revenue (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                         $2, 717 274    $5, 716, 599    $13, 615, 241   $11 751   368 $9, 205, 566     $6, 747, 234        701, 789       675, 502       273, 184   $538, 280
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (RIM)
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Awareness Parameters:
Ad Effectiveness Ratio
Aware Decay Rate
Target Effectiveness

Program Budget:
Year
Administration (Original)                                                                $200 000    $206, 000    $212 180     $218, 545    $225, 102   $231, 855    $238, 810    $245, 975    $253, 354     $260, 955
Administration (Adjusted)                                                                $200, 000   $435, 812    $463,437     $475, 613    $475,534    $466, 363    $450, 923    $431, 555    $410, 089     $387, 887
Advertising                                                                              $500, 000   $515, 000    $530,450     $546, 363    $562,754    $579, 637    $597, 026    $614 937     $633, 385     $652 387

Annual Incentives & Adjustments:
Year
                                                                                              00%         00%          00%          00%          00%         00%          00%          00%          00%          00%
Year-on-Year Budget Growth
Incentive Constraints
Incentive Adiuster

TRC for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                             1.43
Utility Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
RIM Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Year
Annual TRC (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                                                                                               1.45
                                                                                                                    3.43                                                                        2.41
Annual Utility Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Annual RIM Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Net Energy Savings (Cumulative)                                                         5,479, 519 16, 718, 916 28,420, 013 39, 871, 800 50, 608, 107 60, 360, 516 69, 007 385 76, 527 738 82, 964, 043 88, 394 603
                                                                                           980          001          109         176          121       10, 892      12,469      13, 846     15, 030      16, 034
Net Peak Demand Savings (Cumulative)
Naturally Occurring Energy Savings Total (Cumulative)                                     525, 387   386, 647     764, 160    786,486      546, 317      111, 081    530, 177    839,994     067,458      232 563
                                                                                           450         782          027          209          344        1 ,444         518         573         613          641
Naturally Occurring Peak Demand Savings Total (Cumulative)
                                                                                        $200 000 $403, 530 $397 322 $377, 557 $349, 532 $317, 399 $284, 158 $251, 808 $221 558                             $194, 040
Annual Present Value Administration Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                        $500, 000 $476, 852 $454, 775 $433, 721 $413,           641 $394,491 $376, 228 $358, 810 $342 198                  $326, 356
Annual Present Value Advertising Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                        $444,498 $1 054,481 $1 042 628 $990 297 $913, 199 $823, 654 $730 564 $639, 862 $555, 144                           $478, 294
Annual Present Value Incentive Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                          144,498 $1 934, 862 $1 894, 726 $1 801, 575 $1, 676, 372 $1, 535, 543 $1, 390, 950 $1, 250, 480 $1, 118, 901     $998, 689
Total Present Value Annual Program Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate 8. 00%)

Annual Present Value Partici                                                           $1, 607 839 $2, 229, 058 $2, 190, 107 $2, 064 988 $1, 890, 255 $1 693, 531 $1,493, 835 $1, 303, 068 $1, 127, 799 $970, 926

Total 20 Year Avoided Costs                                                            $4, 828, 610 $7, 584 862 $7, 262 577 $6, 648, 664 $5, 848 063 $5, 001, 941 $4 191,417 $3,449, 210 $2, 793,472 $2, 232 855
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (TRC)                                                        $3, 306, 710 $6, 509, 912 $6, 500, 178 $6, 106, 173 $5,463, 713 $4, 730, 067 $3, 999, 360 $3, 314, 215 $2 699, 392 $2 168, 059
Annual Present Value Lost Revenue (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)                $3, 358, 354 $6, 629, 505 $6, 638, 920 $6, 254, 863 $5, 592, 174 $4, 837, 548 $4, 085, 205 $3, 382 362 $2 753 077 $2 209, 186
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (RIM)                                                            584 058 $5, 094 507 $5, 092 064 $4, 788, 295 $4 281, 365 $3, 701, 756 $3, 126, 000 $2, 586,405 $2, 102,420 $1 685,283
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Awareness Parameters:
Ad Effectiveness Ratio
Aware Decay Rate
Target Effectiveness

Program Budget:
Year
Administration (Original)                                                                $200, 000   $206, 000    $212, 180    $218, 545     $225 102     $231 855     $238, 810    $245, 975    $253, 354    $260, 955
Administration (Adjusted)                                                                $200, 000   $223,406     $240, 191    $251, 066     $256, 950    $258,824     $257 620     $254, 168    $249, 172    $243, 201
Advertising                                                                              $500, 000   $515, 000    $530,450     $546 363      $562 754     $579, 637    $597, 026    $614, 937    $633 385     $652 387

Annual Incentives & Adjustments:
Year
Year-on-Year Budget Growth                                                                    00%         00%          00%          00%          00%          00%          00%          00%          00%          00%
Incentive Constraints
Incentive Adiuster

TRC for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                             1.43
Utility Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
RIM Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Year
Annual TRC (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                                                                                                1.48
Annual Utility Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                                                                                       3.40
Annual RIM Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Net Energy Savings (Cumulative)                                                          395, 187 12, 124 569 19, 558, 626 27, 217 136 34, 752 255 41, 926, 993 48, 592 536 54, 666, 977 60, 116, 942 64, 942 633
                                                                                          966          171         505          881         238         532          738         839       10, 831          711
Net Peak Demand Savings (Cumulative)
                                                                                         525, 387   386, 647    764, 160     786,486     546, 317     111, 081    530, 177    839, 994     067, 458     232 563
Naturally Occurring Energy Savings Total (Cumulative)
                                                                                          450         782          027          209         344       1,444          518         573          613          641
Naturally Occurring Peak Demand Savings Total (Cumulative)

                                                                                        $200, 000 $206 858 $205 925           $199, 304     $188 866     $176 151     $162 344     $148, 305    $134, 620    $121, 661
Annual Present Value Administration Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                        $500, 000 $476, 852 $454 775          $433, 721     $413, 641    $394,491     $376, 228    $358, 810    $342, 198    $326, 356
Annual Present Value Advertising Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                        $441, 303 $468, 288 $472,040          $458, 755     $433,954     $402 180     $366, 933    $330, 753    $295, 379    $261 915
Annual Present Value Incentive Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                       $1, 141 303 $1, 151 998 $1 132 741       091, 779   $1 036,461    $972 823     $905, 505    $837, 868    $772, 197    $709, 932
Total Present Value Annual Program Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate 8. 00%)

Annual Present Value Partici                                                           $1, 593, 700 $1 689,466 $1 698 957 $1 646 312 $1 552 693 $1,435 170 $1 306, 609 $1 176, 114 $1, 049, 715 $931, 082

Total 20 Year Avoided Costs                                                                777 925 $4 968, 668 $4 887, 424 $4, 620, 654 $4, 213, 235 $3, 745, 795 $3, 268, 979 $2 805 955 $2 373, 813 $1 985,470
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (TRC)                                                        $3, 256, 025 $3 893, 717 $4, 125, 025 $4, 078, 163 $3, 828, 885 $3,473 921 $3, 076, 922 $2, 670, 960 $2, 279, 733 $1, 920, 674
Annual Present Value Lost Revenue (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)                $3, 306, 668 $3, 969 294 $4 217, 905 $4 183, 009 $3, 924 784 $3, 558, 930 $3, 149, 129 $2 732, 048 $2 331, 178 $1, 963, 122
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (RIM)                                                            544,495 $3, 046, 270 $3, 230,408 $3, 196, 817 $2 999, 071 $2 717,403 $2,403, 681 $2, 083, 084 $1 774, 245 $1,491, 670
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Awareness Parameters:
Ad Effectiveness Ratio
Aware Decay Rate
Taroet Effectiveness

Program Budget:
Year
Administration (Original)                                                                $50, 000 $51, 500       $53, 045 $54,636 $56,275 $57,964 $59,                   703$61,494 $63 339 $65, 239
Administration (Adjusted)                                                                $50, 000 $95 516       $286, 645 $1 032, 938 $1 045, 018 $1 078, 270 $1 129 424 $1 191 185 $1 249,429 $1, 277 188
Advertisina                                                                             $200, 000 $300, 000     $400 000 $500,000 $515,        000  $530,450 $546, 363 $562 754 $579, 637 $597 026


Annual Incentives & Adjustments:
Year
                                                                                            00%         00%         00%           00%          00%         00%          00%            00%         00%          00%
Year-on-Year Budget Growth
Incentive Constraints
Incentive Adiuster

TRC for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Utility Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                    1.47
RIM Test for Proaram (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Year
Annual TRC (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Annual Utility Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Annual RIM Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                             0.47
Net Energy Savings (Cumulative)                                                         429, 705    217 119     983, 756   7,441 106      744, 786     003, 596 20, 300, 626 24, 677,435 29, 121,432 33, 515,473
                                                                                          155        455          143          887          592          288         004          753      11, 527     13, 279
Net Peak Demand Savings (Cumulative)
                                                                                        245,464    396, 820    520, 550     634 026      744, 788     857, 048   973, 549      096, 252    226, 640    365, 870
Naturally Occurring Energy Savings Total (Cumulative)
                                                                                                     147         199          249          300          352         408          469         534         604
Naturallv Occurring Peak Demand Savin as Total (Cumulative)

Annual Present Value Administration Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)         $50, 000    $88,441    $245, 752    $819, 979 $768, 120 $733, 852 $711 729               $695, 045 $675, 028 $638, 912
Annual Present Value Advertising Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)           $200 000    $277. 778   $342, 936    $396, 916 $378, 540 $361 015 $344 302                $328, 362 $313, 160 $298, 662
Annual Present Value Incentive Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)              $53, 676   $109, 528   $335,488        158, 173 $1 084, 661 $1, 036, 297 $1, 005, 284    $982 027 $953 969 $902, 841
                                                                                       $303, 676   $475, 747   $924, 175   $2, 375, 069 $2, 231 321     131 165 $2 061, 314     $2 005, 434 $1, 942, 156 $1, 840,414
Total Present Value Annual Program Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate 8. 00%)

                                                                                       $115, 389 $127, 842     $182 085    $247 290     $190,054     $156,380     $137,875       $127 011    $118,426    $109, 325
Annual Present Value Participant Costs Discounted at Utilit Rate = 8. 00%

Total 20 Year Avoided Costs                                                            $510, 716 $703 734 $1 386, 025 $3, 256, 123 $2, 994,464 $2, 819, 002 $2 707, 325 $2, 624, 236 $2, 534 299 $2, 386, 196
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (TRC)                                                        $325, 958 $589,423 $1, 293,414 $3, 172, 541 $2 915, 179 $2, 741 322 $2, 629, 625 $2 545, 580 $2,454, 169 $2, 304 280
Annual Present Value Lost Revenue (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)                $263, 363 $464,452 $1, 002 347 $2,434, 565 $2, 241 639 $2, 112 524 $2 030, 128 $1,968, 518 $1,900, 884 $1 787, 524
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (RIM)                                                        $269, 287 $490, 262 $1, 080, 816 $2 659, 587 $2,441 231 $2, 292 265 $2 195, 611 $2 121, 998 $2, 041 985 $1 913. 650
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Awareness Parameters:
Ad Effectiveness Ratio
Aware Decay Rate
Target Effectiveness

Program Budget:
Year
Administration (Original)                                                               $50 000       $51 500       $53,045      $54 636      $56,275      $57, 964     $59, 703     $61,494      $63 339     $65, 239
Administration (Adjusted)                                                               $50,000       $92, 909     $272, 480    $309,402     $341, 235    $369, 511    $395, 282    $419, 303    $442 133    $464 190
Advertising                                                                            $200, 000     $300, 000     $400, 000    $412, 000    $424, 360    $437, 091    $450, 204    $463 710     $477 621    $491 950

Annual Incentives & Adjustments:
Year
                                                                                            00%          00%            00%         00%          00%          00%          00%           00%         00%         00%
Year-on-Year Budget Growth
Incentive Constraints
Incentive Adiuster                                                                          0.44   666666667

TRC for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                             1.46
Utility Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
RIM Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Year
Annual TRC (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Annual Utility Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                                                1.42         1.47         1.49
Annual RIM Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                             0.46
Net Energy Savings (Cumulative)                                                         399, 512    119,460        715,471      513, 052    6,456,414     507,454 10, 639, 312 12 832, 684 15 073, 474 17, 351 246
                                                                                          145        419             042          742           493         281        095         925         769          620
Net Peak Demand Savings (Cumulative)
                                                                                        245,464    396, 820       520, 550     634, 026      744, 788,   857, 048  973, 549      096, 252    226, 640    365,870
Naturally Occurring Energy Savings Total (Cumulative)
                                                                                                     147            199          249           300         352        408         469         534          604
Naturally Occurring Peak Demand Savings Total (Cumulative)
                                                                                        $50, 000    $86,027       $233 608     $245, 613    $250, 818    $251,483     $249, 095    $244, 659    $238, 871   $232, 210
Annual Present Value Administration Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                       $200, 000   $277 778       $342 936     $327, 059    $311, 917    $297,477     $283, 705    $270, 570    $258, 044   $246, 097
Annual Present Value Advertising Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                        $50, 984   $100 753       $302, 152    $319, 190    $326, 949    $328, 505    $325, 878    $320,440     $313, 134   $304 617
Annual Present Value Incentive Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                       $300,984    $464 558       $878, 695    $891 862     $889, 684    $877,465     $858, 677    $835, 669    $810, 049   $782, 925
Total Present Value Annual Program Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate 8. 00%1

                                                                                       $109,534    $117 319       $163, 045    $179, 606    $189, 580    $194, 717    $196, 316    $195, 351    $192 548    $188,450
Annual Present Value Partici

Total 20 Year Avoided Costs                                                            $487, 948   $653, 594     $1, 262, 303 $1, 349, 718 $1 382 686 $1 384, 703 $1 368, 305 $1, 339, 215 $1, 301, 519 $1, 259, 576
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (TRC)                                                        $303, 189   $539, 283         169, 692 $1 266, 136 $1, 303,401 $1, 307 023 $1 290, 605 $1 260, 558 $1, 221, 389 $1, 177, 661
Annual Present Value Lost Revenue (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)                $244 858    $424, 658      $905, 538 $981 823 $1, 012 231 $1, 017, 390 $1, 007, 194 $986,493 $958, 480 $926, 612
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (RIMI                                                        $250, 501   $448, 618      $977 627        059, 269 $1 089, 386 $1, 090, 758 $1, 075 280 $1 048, 286 $1 013, 554 $975, 167
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Awareness Parameters:
Ad Effectiveness Ratio
Aware Decay Rate
Target Effectiveness

Program Budget:
Year
Administration (Original)                                                               $50, 000 $51 500 $53, 045 $54, 636 $56, 275 $57, 964 $59, 703 $61,494 $63, 339 $65, 239
Administration (Adjusted)                                                               $50, 000 $92, 231 $102 348 $113, 236 $124 154 $134 933 $145, 552 $156, 032 $166,413 $176, 734
Advertising                                                                            $200, 000 $300, 000 $309, 000 $318, 270 $327, 818 $337, 653 $347, 782 $358, 216 $368 962 $380, 031

Annual Incentives & Adjustments:
Year
                                                                                            00%         00%         00%         00%         00%         00%       00%        00%         00%         00%
Year-on-Year Budget Growth
Incentive Constraints
Incentive Adjuster

TRC for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Utility Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
RIM Test for Program (with Adjusted Proaram Costs\
Year
Annual TRC (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Annual Utility Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                                            1.43
Annual RIM Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                            0.45
                                                                                       389 188      087 375 900, 250 2 809, 884 3, 801, 169 4 861,466 5, 980, 201         148, 512 8, 358, 968 9, 605, 326
Net Energy Savings (Cumulative)
                                                                                         141         407      725        085       1 ,480       904        350              815         294         785
Net Peak Demand Savings (Cumulative)
Naturally Occurring Energy Savings Total (Cumulative)                                  245,464     396, 820 520 550 634 026 744 788 857 048 973, 549                      096, 252 1, 226, 640 1, 365, 870
                                                                                                     147      199       249         300        352        408              469         534         604
Naturally Occurring Peak Demand Savings Total (Cumulative)

Annual Present Value Administration Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)         $50, 000 $85, 399 $87 747 $89, 890 $91 257 $91 833 $91 722 $91, 043 $89, 908 $88,411
Annual Present Value Advertising Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)           $200, 000 $277 778 $264 918 $252 653 $240, 956 $229, 801 $219, 162 $209, 015 $199, 339 $190, 110
Annual Present Value Incentive Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)              $50 234 $98,429 $102, 314 $105, 889 $108, 392 $109, 806 $110 270 $109, 943 $108, 978 $107, 504
Total Present Value Annual Program Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate 8. 00%)           $300 234 $461,607 $454, 978 $448,432 $440, 605 $431,441 $421, 154 $410, 002 $398, 224 $386, 025

Annual Present Value Participant Costs Discounted at Utilit Rate = 8. 00%              $107 948 $114,719 $123, 977 $132, 287 $138, 842 $143, 655 $146, 915 $148, 841 $149, 641 $149, 500

                                                                                       $480, 158   $637, 326   $684, 382   $724, 675   $748, 614   $761 082 $765, 076    $761 777 $752,484 $739, 226
Total 20 Year Avoided Costs
                                                                                       $295,400    $523, 015   $591 771    $641 093    $669 329    $683,402 $687, 376    $683, 120 $672,354 $657, 310
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (TRC)
                                                                                       $238, 530   $411, 822   $461, 206   $496, 834   $516, 326   $525, 946 $528, 545   $525,461 $517,763 $507, 026
Annual Present Value Lost Revenue (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                       $244 073    $435 090    $493, 949   $536,412    $560 163    $571, 602 $574 380    $570 052 $560,084 $546, 509
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (RIM)
                                                         Appendix F - Phase I Achievable Potential Scenarios (Commercial)


DSM ASSYST ANNUAL POTENTIAL ANALYSIS OUTPUTS
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Awareness Parameters:
Ad Effectiveness Ratio
Aware Decay Rate
Target Effectiveness

Program Budget:
Year
Administration (Original)                                                               $50, 000 $51 500 $53, 045 $54 636 $56, 275 $57, 964 $59, 703 $61,494 $63 339 $65, 239
Administration (Adjusted)                                                               $50, 000 $47 077 $49,417 $52, 998 $57, 063 $61, 376 $65, 843 $70,423 $75, 097 $79, 859
Advertising                                                                            $200, 000 $206, 000 $212 180 $218, 545 $225, 102 $231 855 $238, 810 $245 975 $253, 354 $260,955

Annual Incentives & Adjustments:
Year
                                                                                            00%         00%        00%          00%         00%         00%         00%         00%         00%         00%
Year-on-Year Budget Growth
Incentive Constraints
Incentive Adjuster

TRC for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Utility Test for Program (with Adjusted Program Costs)
RIM Test for Proaram (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Year
                                                                                                                                                                 1.42        1.45        1.48
Annual TRC (with Adjusted Program Costs)
Annual Utility Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                                                            1.43
Annual RIM Test (with Adjusted Program Costs)                                            0.45
Net Energy Savings (Cumulative)                                                        385, 954     805, 544    276, 222    796, 746 2 363, 111     970, 830 3, 615, 503 4, 293, 007 4, 999, 560 5, 731, 737
                                                                                         140          299        485         695        928           181       1,451         737         034         343
Net Peak Demand Savings (Cumulative)
Naturally Occurring Energy Savings Total (Cumulative)                                  245, 464     396, 820   520 550     634, 026 744, 788       857, 048 973, 549        096, 252 1, 226, 640 1, 365, 870
                                                                                                      147        199         249        300          352         408         469         534         604
Naturally Occurring Peak Demand Savings Total (Cumulative)
                                                                                        $50, 000    $43, 590  $42, 367 $42 071   $41 943   $41 772   $41 492   $41, 091 $40, 573 $39, 949
Annual Present Value Administration Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
Annual Present Value Advertising Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)           $200, 000   $190, 741 $181 910 $173, 488 $165,457 $157 796 $150,491 $143, 524 $136, 879 $130,542
Annual Present Value Incentive Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)              $50, 020    $42 242 $41 347 $41 654 $42 152 $42, 562 $42,799 $42 845 $42 707 $42,404
Total Present Value Annual Program Costs (Discounted at Utility Rate 8. 00%)           $300, 020   $276, 573 $265, 624 $257 214 $249, 552 $242, 130 $234, 783 $227,460 $220, 159 $212 895


Annual Present Value Participant Costs Discounted at Utilit   Rate = 8.00%             $107,497 $93, 848       $94 218     $96 868     $99, 704    $102 150 $104 042 $105, 353 $106, 112 $106, 369

                                                                                       $477 710 $427, 209 $435, 575        $452, 529   $465, 596   $474,923    $480, 797   $483, 016   $481 796    $478 022
Total 20 Year Avoided Costs
                                                                                       $292, 951 $312, 897 $342 964        $368, 947   $386, 311   $397, 243   $403,097    $404 359    $401, 666   $396, 106
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (TRC)
                                                                                       $236, 548 $247,493 $267 051         $284 306    $295, 000   $301,450    $304 575    $304 715    $302, 222   $297, 854
Annual Present Value Lost Revenue (Discounted at Utility Rate = 8. 00%)
                                                                                       $242 051 $260, 058 $286, 322        $309, 045   $323, 940   $333, 165   $337 983    $338, 791   $336, 133   $331 016
Net 20 Year Avoided Costs (RIM)
                                APPENDIX G
          ENERGY EFFICIENCY POTENTIAL RESULTS - FIGURES FOR PHASE

 (Note: This appendix does not present the final results of the study. Rather , it is intended as a
supplement to show the equivalent results for the initial phase of the study that were provided
                             to Idaho Power for use in the IRP.
          APPENDIX        G:     ENERGY EFFICIENCY POTENTIAL RESUL TS- FIGURES FOR PHASE I



                           Exhibit                                                               Exhibit

    Technical and Economic Potential            (2013)                   Technical and Economic Potential                 (2013)
               Peak Demand Savings-                                               Energy Savings- GWh            per Year
    500                                                                   200
    450 -------------------------------
    400 - - - -                                                           000 - - -
                                                                         1,


    350 - - - -
                                                                              800 - - - -
  :5: 300
  ~ 250 - - - -                                                               600 - - - -
  a.. 200                                                          :5:


    150 ----                                                                  400 - - - -
    100 - - - -
                                                                              200 - - - -
     50 ----
                     Technical             Economic                                         Technical                Economic




                                                      Exhibit

     Technical and Economic Potential            by Sector      and Vintage, Peak Demand Savings (2013)


            250
                                                                                                . Technical

                                                                                                . Economic
            200


            150


      Cl.. 1




                       Residential-       Residential -         Commercial -                 Commercial -
                           Existing            New                 Existing                     New




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                                                         Exhibit

            Technical and Economic Potential             by Sector and Vintage, Energy Savings (2013)



            600
                                                                                            8 Technical

            500                                                                             8 Economic -


            400
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     c:(

            200


            100




                       Residential -       Residential - New        Commercial -            Commercial -
                          Existing                                        Existing             New




                                                          Exhibi   t 4-
                                     Technical and Economic Potential Estimates

                                                                                                 GWh
                  Sector and Vintaae           Technical           Economic          Technical         Economic
                  Residential - Existing           237               189                 520                444
                  Residential - New                117                                   216                173
                  Commercial - Existing                                                  265                179
                  Commercial - New
                  Total                            437               332                 052                 843




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                                              Exhibit

                            Residential Economic Potential    by   End Use (2013)

             300
                                                                                j : ~:h
             250


             200


             150



             100




                          Space Cooling            Lighting            Clothes Washer




                                             Exhibit 4- 7
                            Commercial Economic Potential by End Use (2013)


             200

             180

             160

             140

             120

             100




                                   Lighting                           Cooling




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                                                            Exhibit

                       Residential Economic Potential                        by Building          Type (2013)

              600


              500


              400


              300


              200


              100




                      Single- Family        Small Multi- Family Large Multi- Family                   Mobile Home




                                                             Exhibit

                          Commercial Economic Potential by Building Type (2013)


       Small Office

       Large Office

        Restaurant

             Retail

         Food Store


        Warehouse

            School

           College

           Hospital

              Hotel

      Miscellaneous




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                                                                         Exhibit 4-
                  Residential and Commercial Energy Efficiency Supply Curve                                                             Energy

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                                                                         Exhibit

             Residential and Commercial Energy Efficiency Supply Curve                                                            Peak Demand

                        $1, 000

                          $900

                          $800

                          $700

                          $600

                          $500

                          $400

                          $300
                 ...J
                          $200

                          $100


                                                                              10%                   15%                     20%                    25%
                                                                                   Percent Savings




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                                                                               Exhibit

                                   Residential-Existing Energy Efficiency Supply Curve Data
                                                                                    Levelized                                                                                       Levelized
                                                                  Cumulative                                                                                        Cumulative
                    Measure                       GWh Savings                      Energy Cost                             Measure                     MW Savings                 Capacity Cost
                                                                 GWh Savings                                                                                        MW Savings
                                                                                         $/kWh                                                                                       $/MW
Windows                                                 55.            55.                          Windows                                              53.          53.                 35.
CFL                                                    227.           282.49                        Duct Insulation (.4)                                              58.                 51.
Duct Insulation (.4)                                                  286.41                        HE Room Air Conditioner - EER 10.                    11.          69.                75.
SEHA CW Tier 2 (EF=3. 25)                              132.           419.40                        Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair             28.          98.                84.
HE Room Air Conditioner - EER 10.                       10.           430.                          Duct Repair (0. 32)                                  14.          112.               92.
Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair                27.           457.                          Wall2x4 R-O to Blow- In R- 13 Insulation (0. 14)     10.          123.               96.
Duct Repair (0. 32)                                     13.41         470.                          10 to 12 SEER Split-System Air Conditioner           42.          165.               98.
10 to 12 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner             39.41         510.                          Direct Evaporative Cooler                            51.          217.              165.
Wall2x4 R- to Blow- In R- 13 Insulation (0. 14)
            O                                                         518.47                        SEHA CW Tier 2 (EF=3. 25)                            24.          241.              312.
Direct Evaoorative Cooler                               56.           575.                          CFL                                                   19.         261.              452.




                                                                               Exhibit

               Residential-New Construction Energy Efficiency Supply                                                            Curve Data -            10 Years
                                                                                    Levelized                                                                                       Levelized
                                                                  Cumulative                                                                                        Cumulative
                    Measure                       GWh Savings                      Energy Cost                             Measure                     MW Savings                 Capacity Cost
                                                                 GWh Savings                                                                                        MW Savings
                                                                                         $/kWh                                                                                       $/MW
Windows                                                                                             Windows                                                                               17.
CFL                                                                    12.                          Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair                                              74.
SEHA CW Tier 2 (EF=3. 25)                                              14.                          Duct Repair (0. 32)                                                                   91.42
Basic HVAC Diagnostic Testing And Repair                               15.                          HE Room Air Conditioner - EER 10.                                                    114.
Duct Repair (0. 32)                                                    16.41                        10 to 12 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                                          115.
HE Room Air Conditioner - EER 10.                                      16.49                        Wall2x4 R- 13 to 2x6 R- 13 Insulation (0. 14)                                        166.
10 to 12 SEER Split-System Air Conditioner                             18.                          SEHA CW Tier 2 (EF=3. 25)                             0.48                           298.
Wall2x4 R-13 to 2x6 R- 13 Insulation (0. 14)                           18.                          10 to 13 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                                          345.42
Whole House Fans                                                       19.                          CFL                                                                10.               455.
10 to 13 SEER Split- System Air Conditioner                            20.                          Whole House Fans                                                   10.               549.
Ceiling Fans                                                           21.                          Ceiling Fans                                                       11.               952.
10 to 14 SEER Split- Svstem Air Conditioner                            21.                   1.48   10 to 14 SEER Solit-5vstem Air Conditioner                         11.               389.




                                                                               Exhibit

                                   Commercial- Existing Energy Efficiency Supply Curve Data
                                                                                    Levelized                                                                                       Levelized
                    Measure                                       Cumulative                                                                                         Cumulative
                                                  GWh Savings                      Energy Cost                             Measure                     MW Savings                 Capacity Cost
                                                                 GWh Savings                                                                                        MW Savings
                                                                                     $/kWh                                                                                           $/MW
Prog. Thermostat - DX                                   11.            11.                          DX Packaged System , EER=10. 9, 10 tons               10.          10.              110.
T8/EB Replacement                                       94.           106.                          Prog. Thermostat - DX                                              11.              164.
CFL Screw-in, Modular 18W                              106.           213.                          Occupancy Sensor                                                   17.49             212.
Occupancy Sensor                                        23.42         236.                          T8/ES Replacement                                     17.          35.               214.
DX Packaged System, EER=10. 9, 10 tons                  19.           256.                          Window Film (Standard)                                             38.               232.
DX Tune Upl Advanced Diagnostics                        15.           271.                          CFL Screw- , Modular 18W                              18.47        57.               257.
Window Film (Standard)                                                278.                          DX Tune Upl Advanced Diagnostics                                   59.46             382.
Continous Dimming                                       37.           316.                           Evaporative Pre- Cooler                                           63.               562.
Evaporative Pre- Cooler                                               323.                          Continous Dimmino                                     15.          79.               565.




                                                                                Exhibit

                Commercial-New Construction Energy Efficiency Supply Curve Data - 10 Years
                                                                                     Levelized                                                                                       Levelized
                     Measure                                      Cumulative                                                                                         Cumulative
                                                  GWh Savings                       Energy Cost                            Measure                     MW Savings                  Capacity Cost
                                                                 GWh Savings                                                                                        MW Savings
                                                                                      $/kWh                                                                                           $/MW
Low-e Windows                                                                                        Low-e Windows                                                                        32.
10 % More Efficient Design (Lighting)                     1.44                                       DX Packaged System , EER=10. 9, 10 tons               0.42                          113.
20 % More Efficient Design (Lighting)                                                                10 % More Efficient Design (Lighting)                                                87.
DX Packaged System, EER=10. 9, 10 tons                                                               20 % More Efficient Design (Lighting)                 0.49                          108.
DX Tune Uol Advanced Diaonostics                                                                     DX Tune Upl Advanced Diaonostics                                                    337.




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                                                           Exhibit

         Net Peak Demand Reduction Potential                           by    Funding Scenario, 10- Year Forecast


                                -+- Max, Achievable     -+-Hlgh         Moderate       ""*- Low   --Nal. Occurring
                      200

                      180

                      160


            C/) 140


            :g 120
            1:1
            0::: 100

            ::2: 80


            a.. 60




                                                                        Year


                                                            Exhibit

                      Net Energy Savings Potential by                 Funding Scenario, 10- Year Forecast


                                  -+- Max, Achievable    -+-High            Moderate   ""*- Low      Nal. Occurring

                      700


                      600


                      500
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                      400
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                      200


                      100




                                                                        Year




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                                                                   Exhibit

             Net Peak Demand Reduction Potential by Funding Scenario and Segment- Year


                                                                  . Res NC     D Cern Exist    DCem NC
                                                  I . Res Exist
                         200

                         180

                         160
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                  ::a:
                         100


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                                 Nat. Occurring           Low                Medium                  High      Max. Achievable
                                                                             Scenario




                                                                   Exhibit

                                       Cumulative Ten- Year Program Costs and Benefits



                         $350
                                         III Net Benefits
                                         0 Total Benefits
                         $300            . Program    Incentives
                                         . Non- Incentive Participant Costs
                                         0 Marketing
                   Q $250
                                         . Administration
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                   5 $200


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                           $50



                                             Low                  Moderate                    High          Max. Achievable




      Quantum Consulting Inc.                                                                                Energy Efficiency Potential Results
                                                   Exhibit 4-
  Summary of Net Achievable Energy Efficiency Potential Forecasts                      Year   10   (2013) Impacts


                                          Cumulative 10-
                                           Year Program    Net MW      Net Annual
                                             Costs ($   Reductions by GWh Savings Total Resource
       SectorNi ntage        Scenario        Milions)*      2013        by 2013     Cost Ratio

      Residential         Low                     $12
      Existing            Moderate                $25
                          High                    $68                                200
                          Maximum                $139                                295
      Residential         Low
      New                 Moderate
      Construction        High                     $14
                          Maximum                  $46
      Commercial          Low                      $12
      Existing            Moderate                 $18                                                1.4
                          High                     $36                               144              1.4
                          Maximum                  $48                               173

       Commercial         Low
       New                Moderate
       Construction       HiQh                     $10
                          Maximum                  $21                                                 1.4

       Total              Low                      $31                               131
                          Moderate                 $54                               201               1.4
                          HiQh                    $128                               395
                          Maximum                 $255             183               584
                             *Program costs discounted for inflation at 3 percent per year.




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