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					                                Progress Report

                                    2003- 2005

            The Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership



                                    Prepared by

                                Eric Winkler, Ph.D.

               The Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
                       University of Massachusetts Amherst




Project Funded by the Following Sources:
Table of Contents

Table of Contents..........................................................................................................................2
Progress Report Introduction ........................................................................................................3
Program Description .....................................................................................................................3
Activities........................................................................................................................................5
  Energy Technology Training Programs .....................................................................................5
     AIRMaster+............................................................................................................................5
     MotorMaster+ 4.0...................................................................................................................5
     Process Heating Assessment and Survey Tool (PHAST) .....................................................5
     Pumping System Assessment Tool (PSAT) ..........................................................................5
     Steam System Assessment Tool (SSAT 1.0.0) .....................................................................6
     Steam System Scoping Tool .................................................................................................6
     3E Plus Version 3.2 ...............................................................................................................6
     Fan System Assessment Tool (FSAT) ..................................................................................6
     Chiller Optimization................................................................................................................6
     Chilled Water System Analysis Tool (CWSAT) .....................................................................6
     Custom Energy Technology Trainings...................................................................................7
     Custom Industry Specific Trainings .......................................................................................7
  Energy Technology Training and Certification...........................................................................8
     Process Heating Assessment and Survey Tool (PHAST) Qualification ................................8
     Pumping System Assessment Tool (PSAT) Qualification .....................................................8
     Steam System Assessment Specialist Training ....................................................................8
Estimation of Energy Savings via Education and Training Opportunities .....................................9
UMass and Federal Energy Programs Integration with Energy Partnership ..............................17
  IAC Outreach and Referrals: ...................................................................................................17
Industrial Facility Direct Outreach and Support ..........................................................................18
  DOE’s Save Energy Now Program..........................................................................................18
  Plant-Wide Assessments ........................................................................................................19
  Solutia Plant-Wide Assessment ..............................................................................................19
Direct Technical Support to Utility Sector ...................................................................................19
Outreach Mechanisms ................................................................................................................20
  Website ...................................................................................................................................20
  Web Site User’s Statistics .......................................................................................................20
  Page Hits .................................................................................................................................21
  Domains and Organizations ....................................................................................................21
  Email Distribution ....................................................................................................................23
  Third Party Electronic and Hardcopy Distribution....................................................................23
  Print Materials .........................................................................................................................24
Program Expenses .....................................................................................................................25
APPENDIX A ..............................................................................................................................26
APPENDIX B Complete Listing of Program Participants by Company and Affiliation NSTAR ...53
  National Grid ...........................................................................................................................58
  Naraganset/ NGRID ................................................................................................................63
  Western Massachusetts Electric .............................................................................................64
  Other .......................................................................................................................................66
Appendix C .................................................................................................................................70
  Industrial Assessment Center Plant Energy Conservation Audit Recommendations..............70


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Progress Report Introduction

The Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership (MAEEP) receives funds from US DOE and
Massachusetts electric and gas utilities. DOE funding has fluctuated over the past three years
and funding provided by the Massachusetts electric utilities has been critical to maintaining both
resource quality and quantity of resources offered through our programs. This report describes
the accomplishments and progress of our partnership. In the following pages are details of the
program activities, data metrics from program participation, and resources derived from program
activities.


Program Description

The University of Massachusetts Amherst, as agent for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts,
has been in partnership with the USDOE Industrial Technologies Program within the Office of
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) since 1999. The goal of this partnership has
been primarily to support deployment of energy efficiency technology and tools to the industrial
sector. Through a combination of stakeholder road mapping, technology transfer, education
and outreach, and research the University developed and sustained the partnership. MAEEP
delivers value added training and support through technology, education, and implementation
programs. MAEEP has successfully deployed its program objective across the state in
partnership with private industry, industry trade groups, gas and electric utilities, and state
energy and environmental agencies. MAEEP operates under the mission to:

         •         Reduce the energy intensity of Massachusetts manufacturers, and commercial
                   and institutional facilities.
         •         Reduce the environmental impacts from energy demand and natural resource
                   intensive industries.
         •          Improve productivity and economic viability of Massachusetts industrial,
                   commercial, and institutional energy users.

The goals of MAEEP are consistent with program goals of many partnering organizations and
State mandated conservation programs. The specific goals that have been established for
MAEEP include:

         •         Facilitate deployment and use of energy efficiency technologies, practices, tools
                   and services available to industry from state, federal and NGO programs.
         •         Foster and support advancement in manufacturing productivity through research
                   and development in public private partnerships utilizing the available resources
                   from federal and state institutions.
         •         Support industry and stakeholder set priorities and goals as the mechanism to
                   sustain core manufacturing advances in energy use reduction, productivity
                   improvements and waste minimization.




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The success of MAEEP relies heavily on the investment and interest of its program partners.
Financial sponsors of MAEEP include:

         •         US Department of Energy –Industrial Technologies Program
         •         Massachusetts Division of Energy Resources
         •         University of Massachusetts
         •         NSTAR Electric and Gas
         •         National Grid
         •         Western Massachusetts Electric, and
         •         KeySpan Energy Delivery


Program supporters are numerous, a partial listing includes:

•   Associated Industries of Massachusetts             • Air Movement & Control Association
•   Massachusetts Office of Technical Assistance         International
•   Alliance to Save Energy                            • Mass Plastics
•   Industrial Heating Equipment Association           • York International Corporation
•   Association of Energy Engineers                    • Carrier, Corp
•   National Association of Power Engineers            • Trane, Inc
•   Bay State Gas                                      • Johnson Controls, Inc
•   Yankee Gas Services Company                        • Museum of Science
•   Applied Proactive Technologies                     • Northeast Gas Association
•   Cape Light Compact                                 • Oak Ridge National Laboratory
•   CEE                                                • Power Measurement USA
•   NE Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission   • BCM Controls Corp.
•   Springfield Technical Community College            • Broad USA Inc.


The program has leveraged funds from US DOE, the University of Massachusetts and industrial
end users to identify opportunities to improve the efficient use of electricity and other fuels,
improve productivity, and minimize waste in manufacturing. In 2003 MAEEP engaged the
Electric and Gas Utilities in partnerships that have resulted in very rewarding benefits. Since
April of 2003, 24 (7 in 2003, 9 in 2004, 8 in 2005) energy efficiency workshops have been
organized and deployed across the state with positive feedback on the benefits of the program.
Program topics covering steam, pumps, motors, chillers, compressed air, process heating,
energy management systems, and more attracted more than 1500 registrants including: 564
NSTAR, 478 NGRID, and 187 WMECO customers or representatives, for full or half day training
sessions. Participants in these workshops were provided information that will assist them in the
process of implementing energy efficiency improvements.

In addition to the end user trainings, the US DOE maintains a list of qualified specialists trained
in BestPractices assessment and analysis software tools. Qualified Specialists help industrial
facilities identify ways to improve system efficiency. MAEEP organized and held two Qualified
Specialist training workshops in 2004 (Pump System Assessment and Steam System
Assessment Tools) and has another scheduled in 2005 (Process Heating Assessment Tool).
48 people have participated in QS training to date (8 NSTAR, 3 NGRID, and 15 WMECO
customers or representatives). The QS training is an intensive 2-3 day, in-depth training
workshop which includes a 4 hour exam on the Best Practice Tool in question.




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We believe these programs are cost effective and return electric savings that exceed the cost of
the training. Energy efficiency implementation projects that develop from information delivered
during our training sessions or through Industrial Assessment Center (IAC, A USDOE program)
recommendations are likely to return the cost to provide our services many times over.
Recommended savings from IAC average $150,000 per plant visit per year.

The MAEEP program is supported through nationally competitive grants which are awarded
annually. The University of Massachusetts Amherst has been the recipient of awards since
1999 and over the years has garnered more than $800,000 in direct support and $250,000 in
cost share from the University.


Activities

Energy Technology Training Programs

The MAEEP program has had significant success with delivery of technical training sessions
and technology transfer activities over the past year. The State EERE Partnerships work
closely with the USDOE Industrial Technologies Program - Best Practices team and are
provided preferred access to resources for technology transfer, education and training. This
resource has historically been provided as in-kind financial support for experts, software,
hardcopy training and technology materials. It has been our finding from participant’s
comments that both industrial and commercial end users find value in the many of the offerings
and both sectors can be served simultaneously under most circumstances. USDOE Best
Practices training tools and customized programs could be incorporated into expanded
programs and delivered or facilitated by MAEEP include:

    AIRMaster+
    AIRMaster+ provides comprehensive information on assessing compressed air systems,
    including modeling, existing and future system upgrades, and evaluating savings and
    effectiveness of energy efficiency measures.

    MotorMaster+ 4.0
    Energy-efficient motor selection and management tool: An energy-efficient motor selection
    and management tool, MotorMaster+ 4.0 software includes a catalog of over 20,000 AC
    motors. Version 4.0 features motor inventory management tools, maintenance log tracking,
    efficiency analysis, savings evaluation, energy accounting, and environmental reporting
    capabilities.

    Process Heating Assessment and Survey Tool (PHAST)
    Improve thermal efficiency of heating equipment: Process Heating Assessment and Survey
    Tool (PHAST) provides an introduction to process heating methods and tools to improve
    thermal efficiency of heating equipment. Use the tool to survey process heating equipment
    that uses fuel, steam, or electricity, and identify the most energy-intensive equipment. You
    can also perform an energy (heat) balance on selected equipment (furnaces) to identify and
    reduce non-productive energy use. Compare performance of the furnace under various
    operating conditions and test "what-if" scenarios.

    Pumping System Assessment Tool (PSAT)
    Assess the efficiency of pumping system operations: : The Pumping System Assessment
    Tool helps industrial users assess the efficiency of pumping system operations. PSAT uses

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    achievable pump performance data from Hydraulic Institute standards and motor
    performance data from the MotorMaster+ database to calculate potential energy and
    associated cost savings.

    Steam System Assessment Tool (SSAT 1.0.0)
    Assess potential savings from individualized steam-system improvements: The Steam
    System Assessment Tool (SSAT) allows users to assess potential savings from
    individualized steam-system improvements. Users input data about their plant's conditions,
    and the SSAT generates results detailing the energy, cost, and emissions savings that
    various improvements could achieve.

    Steam System Scoping Tool
    This scoping tool is designed to help steam system energy managers and operations
    personnel for large industrial plants. This tool will profile and grade steam system operations
    and management. This tool will help you to evaluate your steam system operations against
    best practices.

    3E Plus Version 3.2
    Optimize insulation of boiler steam lines: With this Microsoft Windows® based software you
    can easily determine whether boiler systems can be optimized through the insulation of
    boiler steam lines. The program calculates the most economical thickness of industrial
    insulation for a variety of operating conditions. You can make calculations using the built-in
    thermal performance relationships of generic insulation materials or supply conductivity data
    for other materials.

    Fan System Assessment Tool (FSAT)
    Use the Fan System Assessment Tool (FSAT) to help quantify the potential benefits of
    optimizing fan system configurations that serve industrial processes. FSAT is simple and
    quick, and requires only basic information about your fans and the motors that drive them.
    With FSAT, calculate the amount of energy used by your fan system; determine system
    efficiency; and quantify the savings potential of an upgraded system. DOE recognizes FSAT
    Qualified Specialists for their ability to apply the FSAT tool with industrial users. Attendees
    who successfully complete a FSAT qualification workshop receive this designation. A
    Qualified Specialist can apply FSAT to help your plant or industrial customers identify ways
    to improve fan system efficiency.

    Chiller Optimization
    Technical presentation on state of the art chiller technology: The Chiller System
    Optimization and Energy Efficiency Workshop provides technical information and
    opportunities to achieve energy savings in process and space cooling applications.
    Participants in the workshop are introduced to and case studies on state of art chiller
    technology applications including: electric, gas and absorption chiller systems, and system
    approaches to optimizing existing equipment. Participants received guidance, tools and
    resources for implementation of chiller systems upgrades, including: programs and case
    studies from utility incentive programs and federal and state assistance programs.

    Chilled Water System Analysis Tool (CWSAT)
    Use the Chilled Water System Analysis Tool (CWSAT) to determine energy requirements of
    your system, and to evaluate opportunities for energy and costs savings by applying
    improvement measures. Provide basic information about an existing configuration to
    calculate current energy consumption, and then select proposed equipment or operational

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    changes for comparison. The results of this analysis will help you quantify the potential
    benefits of chilled water system improvements.

    Custom Energy Technology Trainings
    Trainings included: “Understanding Energy Management Systems” and “Electric Load
    Management Best Practices”.

    Custom Industry Specific Trainings
    “Energy Efficiency Improvements for the Plastics Industry”

Table 1 summarizes the workshops that have been delivered since April 2003, along with the
number of attendees. A complete list of the title, date, location, and description of the trainings
organized and provided is included in Appendix A.

                                                      Table 1.
                                        Event                                Reg.    NSTAR      NGRID     WMECO
04/01/2003 US DOE, Alliance to Save Energy, and MAIOF                           53       20        10          3
06/11/2003 Pump System Optimization Training                                    45        8         7         23
06/12/2003 Pump System Optimization Training                                    60       11        43          1
09/16/2003 Chiller System Optimization and Energy Efficiency Workshop           77       39        17          3
09/17/2003 Chiller System Optimization and Energy Efficiency Workshop           73        8        11         24
09/18/2003 Chiller System Optimization and Energy Efficiency Workshop           81       20        47          3
11/05/2003 Regional IOF Exposition                                             163       51        29         11
                                                               Subtotal        552      157       164         68

03/16/2004 Pump system Optimization                                            51         35         10        1
03/23/2004 Steam Optimization Training                                         80         43         13        3
06/17/2004 Process Heating Assessment Training Amherst                         33          2          8       15
06/18/2004 Process Heating Assessment Training Waltham                         40         19         17        3
08/19/2004 Motor Management                                                    78         31         36        7
09/30/2004 Chiller System Optimization                                         88         54         25        7
10/14/2004 Pump System Assessment Tool Training                                47         23         14        2
10/21/2004 Energy Efficiency Best practices for the Plastics Industry          36          4          4       24
11/15/2004 Energy Management Systems                                          146         74         46       10
                                                                  Subtotal    599        285        173       72

01/20/2005 US DOE Steam End-User Training                                      54         23         18        6
02/01/2005 Energy Efficiency BP for Plastics Manufacturers                     41         15         13        4
02/17/2005 US DOE Fan System Assessment Tool Training                          55         16         26        3
04/28/2005 Energy Efficiency Best Practices in Electric Load Management        75         34         17        7
05/19/2005 Energy Efficiency BP in Motors                                      64          7         38        2
09/15/2005 Fundamentals of Compressed Air Systems                              31          9          8        5
09/28/2005 Pump System Optimization & Energy Efficiency Workshop*               7          4          0        1
10/13/2005 Process Heating Assessment End-User Training Workshop*               7          2          2        1
10/28/2005 Motor Management - Training for MotorMaster™                        31          9         13        7
12/13/2005 Best Practices in Fan System Efficiency                             30          3          6       11
                                                                Subtotal      395        122        141       47

                                                                   Total     1546       564        478       187
*meetings cancelled

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Energy Technology Training and Certification

The US DOE maintains a list of qualified specialists trained in BestPractices assessment and
analysis software tools. Qualified Specialists help industrial facilities identify ways to improve
system efficiency. There are at least three software-tool training programs that are offered by
DOE, and are listed below:

    Process Heating Assessment and Survey Tool (PHAST) Qualification
    Training for specialists on PHAST: PHAST helps you improve the thermal efficiency of your
    plant by providing methods and tools to survey process heating equipment that uses fuel,
    steam, or electricity, and identify the most energy-intensive equipment. To help users get
    the most from the tool, DOE and the Industrial Heating Equipment Association (IHEA) offer
    Qualified Process Heating Specialist program, and participants who successfully complete a
    qualification workshop an exam receive the designation.

    Pumping System Assessment Tool (PSAT) Qualification
    Training for specialists on the Pumping System Assessment Tool: Participants who
    complete the workshop and pass a qualifying exam will be recognized by DOE as Qualified
    Pump System Specialists, and will be listed on the BestPractices Web site. Specialists
    assist industrial customers in using PSAT to evaluate their pumping systems.

    Steam System Assessment Specialist Training
    Training for specialists on Steam System Assessment Tool: The Steam System Assessment
    Specialist Training is being piloted by the USDOE Steam Best Practices group to qualify
    specialist in assisting industrial customers in using the SSST to evaluate their steam system.
    Current training is limited; however the NE has been identified as a potential pilot location
    and may be delivered using internet technology to contain cost.

In 2005, MA EEP organized two Qualified Specialist training workshops in Massachusetts. In
June, a Pump System specialist training workshop was held at UMass Amherst. Twenty-two
people representing energy service consultants and pump-system end users from across New
England and the IAC attended the two-day workshop. Of those, 12 successfully completed the
PSAT qualification workshop and are now recognized as a Qualified Pump System Specialists
listed with DOE. In July, a Steam System specialist training workshop was held, also at UMass.
This two-and-a-half day steam training covers the Steam System Scoping Tool, the Steam
System Assessment Tool, and 3E-Plus Tool for evaluation steam system insulation. Of the
twenty-two people attending this workshop, eight successfully completed classroom and
practical training, passed a rigorous exam, and demonstrated their ability to use BestPractices
Steam tools. Specialists apply these tools to help their plant or industrial customers identify
ways to improve steam system efficiency. The U.S. DOE recognizes these industry
professionals as Qualified Specialists, but does not specifically endorse any individual or
company. As a direct result of these trainings, Massachusetts now has six qualified specialists
on the Pumping System Assessment Tool and five qualified specialists on Steam System
Assessment. The title, date, location and descriptions are included in Appendix A. Attendance
is summarized below in Table 2.




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                                                 Table 2.
                                                                        Reg.   NSTAR    NGRID     WMECO
 06/16/2005 Qualified Specialist Training for the US DOE PSAT             24       3        2         7
 07/26/2005 QS Training for the US DOE Steam System Tools                 24       5        1         8
                                                                Total     48        8         3         15

Estimation of Energy Savings via Education and Training Opportunities

The process for estimating energy savings from educational program, outreach and information
exchange is a difficult task. Verification of energy savings is beyond the scope of the project
funded under DOE and therefore limited resources are available to provide exact values.
However, estimation of potential energy savings is possible based on anecdotal information on
typical savings realized through various programs. The US Department of Energy has
facilitated tens of thousands training days with industrial users and provided thousands of
energy savings assessment opportunities. Based on these data the following estimation of
energy savings for a case example of NSTAR customers is provided.

Over 150 commercial, industrial, and institutional entities within the NSTAR service area (See
Table 3), over 180 within the NGRID service area (See Table 4) and over 40 within WMECO
service area (See Table 5) have attended energy efficiency training events. (Companies by
affiliation are listed in Appendix B) The average energy savings opportunities identified for a
small to medium sized plant from Collaborative Targeted Assessments and IAC audits for a
particular technology (pumps, motors, and compressed air) is 460,000 kWhr/yr. If ten percent
of the NSTAR companies and institutions that attended our workshops implemented the tool at
their facility and realized fifty percent of the average annual savings that would result in 3.5M
kWhr/yr savings.

                          Table 3 - NSTAR Service Area
 Acushent Company                                                       North Dartmouth, MA
 Acushnet Company                                                       Fairhaven, MA
 Alkermes, Inc.                                                         Cambridge, MA
 American DG                                                            Waltham, MA
 American Seafoods International                                        New Bedford, MA
 Americold Logistics                                                    Boston, MA
 Aqualine Resources, Inc.                                               Waltham, MA
 Aramark/Cape Cod Hospital                                              Hyannis, MA
 Armstrong International                                                Canton, MA
 AT&T                                                                   South Boston, MA
 B2Q                                                                    Boxborough, MA
 BAE Systems MA                                                         Lexington, ma
 Bay State Paper Co.                                                    Boston, MA
 BCM Controls Corp                                                      Woburn, MA
 Beacon Capital Partners                                                Boston, MA
 Bentley College                                                        Waltham, ma
 BMC Controls Corp                                                      Woburn, MA
 Boston Medical Center                                                  Boston, MA
 Boston Properties                                                      Waltham, MA
 Boston Public Schools                                                  Dorchester, MA
 Boston Sand & Gravel                                                   Boston, MA
 Boston University                                                      Boston, MA

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 Brandeis University                                  Waltham, MA
 Brigham and Women's Hospital                         Boston, MA
 Brook House Condominiums                             Brookline, MA
 Building Climate Design-Consulting Engineers         Newton, MA
 Building Technology Engineers, Inc.                  Boston, MA
 Butterfield Environmental Corp                       Plymouth, MA
 Cadmus                                               Watertown, MA
 Cape Light Compact                                   Barnstable, MA
 CB Richard Ellis                                     Billerica, MA
 CBEG –NE                                             Boston, MA
 CDI Meters, Inc                                      Belmont, MA
 CEE                                                  Boston, MA
 CERA                                                 Cambridge, MA
 Chomerics                                            Woburn, MA
 City of New Bedford, Dept.of Public Infrastructure   East Freetown, MA
 CLF Ventures, Conservation Law Foundation            Boston, MA
 Commonwealth of Mass. - OTA                          Boston, MA
 Conservation Solution Corporation                    Acton, MA
 Consortium for Energy Efficiency                     Boston, MA
 Cummings Properties                                  Woburn, MA
 DartmouthWater Division                              Dartmouth, MA
 Del-Jen, Inc.                                        Bedford, MA
 DMI                                                  Newton, MA
 DMJM+HARRIS                                          Boston, MA
 Dorchester Electric Motor Co. Inc.                   Dorchester, MA
 EMCOR % Novartis                                     Cambridge, MA
 EMCOR Facilities Services                            Boston, MA
 Energy Economics, Inc.                               Natick, MA
 Energy Engineering and Design                        Framingham, MA
 Environmental Health & Engineering                   Newton, MA
 Equity Office Properties                             Boston, MA
 ERG                                                  Boston, MA
 Federal Aviation Administration                      Burlington, MA
 Federal Reserve Bank of Boston                       Boston, MA
 Ferriter Scobbo & Rodophele PC                       Boston, MA
 Fidelity Investments                                 Boston, MA
 Forest City Enterprises                              Cambridge, MA
 Fujifilm Microdisks USA, Inc                         Bedford, MA
 Gas Technology Institute                             Needham, MA
 General Dynamics                                     Needham, MA
 Genzyme                                              Cambridge, MA
 Gourley Company                                      Waltham, MA
 Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational Technical    New Bedford, MA
 Haartz Corp.                                         Acton, MA
 Harvard Business School                              Boston, MA
 Harvard Green Campus Initiative                      Cambridge, MA
 Harvard University - OEB                             Cambridge, MA
 Harvard University HRES - U&C                        Cambridge, MA
 Hayes Pump Inc.                                      West Concord, MA
 Hill Energy Services                                 Needham, MA


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 Hollingsworth & Vose Co.                              East Walpole, MA
 Interstate Brands Co.                                 New Bedford, MA
 ITW Foilmark                                          Newburyport, MA
 Johnson Controls, Inc                                 Lynnfield, MA
 Kraft Power Corp                                      Woburn, MA
 Liberty Mutual Ins. Co.                               Boston, MA
 Liberty Mutual Insurance                              Boston, Ma
 Linc Facility Services                                New Bedford, MA
 M. J. Bradley & Associates, Inc.                      Concord, MA
 MA Division of Energy Resources                       Boston, MA
 MA OTA                                                Boston, MA
 Marshfield Wastewater Treatment Facility              Brant Rock, MA
 Mass Bay Commuter Rail                                Somerville, MA
 Mass Energy                                           Boston, MA
 Massachusetts Energy Consumers Alliance               Jamaica Plain, MA
 Massachusetts Institute of Technology                 Cambridge, MA
 Medway Public School                                  Medway, MA
 Millennium Place Primary Condominium                  Boston, MA
 Millipore Corp                                        Bedford, MA
 Minuteman Tech. High School                           Lexington, MA
 MITRE                                                 Bedford, MA
 Museum of Fine Arts                                   Boston, MA
 Museum of Science                                     Boston, MA
 MWRA                                                  Boston, MA
 N.B. WaterWastewater Dept.                            New Bedford, MA
 Neighborhood Power                                    Newton, MA
 New England Plastics Corp                             Woburn, MA
 Northeast Gas Association                             Needham, MA
 Northeast Resource Group, Inc. (NRG)                  Plymouth, MA
 Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management
                                                       Boston, MA
 (NESCAUM)
 Northeastern University                               Boston, MA
 Office of Commonwealth Development                    Boston, MA
 Old Rochester Regional Schools                        Mattapoisett, MA
 Olin Aegis                                            New Bedford, MA
 Olin college                                          Needham, MA
 ORRSD                                                 Mattapoisett, MA
 Peregrine Energy Group                                Boston, MA
 PJKEATING                                             Acushnet, MA
 Plymouth Rubber Company                               Canton, MA
 Pojasek & Associates                                  East Arlington, MA
 Polaroid Corporation                                  Waltham, MA
 Revere Copper Products                                New Bedford, MA
 Scituate Public Schools                               Scituate, MA
 Select Energy Services, Inc.                          Natick, MA
 Shooshanian Engineering                               Boston, MA
 Shooshanian Engineering Inc.                          Boston, MA
 Siemens Building Technologies                         Canton, MA
 Sierra Club                                           East Boston, MA
 Spaulding & Slye LLC                                  Cambridge, MA


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 Spaulding and Slye                                         Boston, MA
 St. Elizabeths Medical Center                              Boston, MA
 Tecogen                                                    Waltham, MA
 Teradyne, Inc.                                             Boston, MA
 The Gillette Company                                       Boston, MA
 The Royal Sonesta Hotel                                    Cambridge, MA
 Three-C Electrical Co., Inc.                               Ashland, MA
 Titleist                                                   No. Dartmouth, MA
 Tobey Hospital                                             Wareham, MA
 Town of Barnstable                                         Hyannis, MA
 Town of Bedford Facilities Dept                            Bedford, MA
 Town of Dartmouth                                          So. Dartmouth, MA
 Town of Falmouth                                           Falmouth, MA
 Town of Plymouth                                           Plymouth, MA
 Trammell Crow Company                                      Boston, MA
 Trigen Boston                                              Boston, MA
 Trinidad Engineering                                       Natick, MA
 Tri-Town Septage Treatment Plant                           Orleans, MA
 UMASS-Dartmouth                                            North Dartmouth, MA
 UMass-Dartmouth                                            North Dartmouth, MA
 US Army Soldier Systems Center                             Natick, MA
 US Filter                                                  Plymouth, MA
 Vanderweil                                                 Boston, MA
 W.R.Grace & Company                                        Cambridge, MA
 Waltham Public Schools                                     Waltham, MA
 Wentworth Institute of Technology                          Boston, MA
 West Concord WWTP                                          Concord, MA
 Weston Public Schools                                      Weston, MA
 Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution                       Woods Hole, MA
 Wyeth                                                      Cambridge, MA
 Zapotec Energy                                             Cambridge, MA

                            Table 4 - NGRID Service Area
 A.J. Wright                                               Fall River, MA
 Aaron Industries Corp.                                    Leominster, MA
 Abbot Bioresearch Center                                  Worcester, MA
 Alliant Energy - Cogenex                                  Lowell, MA
 Alpha Chemical Services, Inc.                             Stoughton, MA
 Alpha Rho Inc                                             Fitchburg, MA
 AlphaGary Corp                                            Leominster, MA
 Ameresco, Inc.                                            Framingham, MA
 American Saw & Mfg. Co.                                   East Longmeadow, MA
 AmeriPride Services, Inc.                                 Worcester, MA
 Andelman and Lelek Engineering                            Norwood, MA
 Aramark Facility Services                                 Norwell, MA
 Arrow Energy Inc.                                         Lowell, MA
 Aspen Systems Corporation                                 Worcester, MA
 AstraZeneca                                               Westborough, MA
 Bermer Tool & Die Co.,Inc.                                Southbridge, MA
 Big Y                                                     Shrewsbury, MA


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 Blackstone Valley Reg Voc H/S                Upton, Ma
 Brockton Hospital                            Brockton, MA
 Brooks School                                North Andover, MA
 Bunzl Extrusion of MA                        Athol, MA
 Cytyc Corporation                            Marlborough, MA
 Carlin Combustion                            East Longmeadow, MA
 Charm Sciences Inc.                          Lawrence, MA
 City of Beverly DPS                          Beverly, MA
 City of Marlboro                             Marlboro, MA
 Clark University                             Worcester, MA
 Classic Envelope, Inc                        Whitinsville, MA
 Clinton School System                        Clinton, MA
 Cogenex                                      Lowell, MA
 Compressed Air Tech                          Shutesbury, MA
 Conservation Services Group                  Westborough, MA
 Cranston Print Works Co.                     Wenster, MA
 Creative Paper, Inc                          Worcester, MA
 Cri-Tech Inc.                                Hanover, MA
 CRS Steam Inc                                Gardner, MA
 CSG Services, Inc.                           Westborough, MA
 Eastern Bank                                 Lynn, MA
 Electroswitch Corp.                          Rockland, MA
 EMC                                          Franklin, MA
 EMC2                                         Hopkinton, MA
 EMCI                                         Shrewsbury, MA
 Emcor                                        Marlborough, MA
 Energy & Resource Solutions                  Haverhill, MA
 Energy Conservation                          Hanson, MA
 Energy Economics, Inc                        Foxboro, MA
 Energy Efficiency Systems                    Westboro, MA
 Energy Machinery, Inc.                       Dudley, MA
 Energy New England                           Foxboro, MA
 Engineering Technologies group, Inc.         Hopkinton, MA
 Environmental Advisor Associates             Dudley, MA
 Environmental Control Services, Inc.         Oxford, MA
 Equipment Direct Sales Inc.                  Avon, MA
 Etc. Group Inc                               Williamstown, MA
 Fairfield Farm Kitchens                      Brockton, MA
 Fall River School Dept.                      Fall River, MA
 Fibertec Inc.                                Bridgewater, MA
 Five Colleges, Inc.                          Northampton, MA
 FLIR Systems                                 North Billerica, MA
 Foodmaster Supermarkets                      Chelsea, MA
 Foxboro/Invensys                             Foxboro, MA
 Framingham State College                     Framingham, MA
 Franklin Paint Company                       Franklin, MA
 Franklin Sports                              Stoughton, MA
 G.E. Roberts Assoc, Inc                      Salisbury, MA
 GE Aircraft Engines                          Lynn, MA
 Gillette Stadium                             Foxborough, MA


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 GKN Sinter Metals                                    Worcester, MA
 Grafton Job Corps Center                             N. Grafton, MA
 Gridcom                                              Westboro, MA
 H2O Applied Technologies                             Norwood, MA
 Hasbro Games                                         East Longmeadow, MA
 Haverhill Paperboard                                 Bradford, MA
 Haywood Hospital                                     Gardiner, MA
 HealthAlliance                                       Leominster, MA
 Heinrich Decals INC.                                 Worcester, MA
 Holy Family Hospital                                 Methuen, MA
 Honeywell DMC Services, Inc.                         N. Easton, MA
 Horizon Wire and Cable                               Leominster, MA
 Husky Injection Molding Systems, Ltd.                Westford, MA
 Hyde Tools                                           Southbridge, MA
 Ibc Corp.                                            South Easton, MA
 ID Biomedical of Northborough                        Northborough, MA
 Incom, Inc.                                          Charlton, MA
 Interface Fabrics                                    Douglas, MA
 Invensys Systems, Inc.                               Foxboro, MA
 James K. Rogers Consulting                           Chelmsford, MA
 Johnson & Seaman Engineering, Inc.                   Auburn, MA
 Jones Lang LaSalle                                   Everett, MA
 Jordan's Furniture                                   Avon, MA
 Kayem Foods Inc                                      Chelsea, MA
 Kens Foods, Inc                                      Marlborough, MA
 King Printing Co., Inc.                              Lowell, MA
 KomTeK                                               Worcester, MA
 Kronos Incorporated                                  Chelmsford, MA
 Lantor Inc.                                          Bellingham, MA
 Lawrence General Hospital                            Lawrence, MA
 LENOX                                                East Longmeadow, MA
 Lowell National Historical Park                      Lowell, MA
 M/A-COM                                              Lowell, MA
 MA Dept. of Education                                Malden, MA
 Majilite Manufacturing                               Lowell, MA
 Massachusetts Container Corp                         Marlborough, MA
 Massachusetts Manufacturing Extension Partnership    Worcester, MA
 Massachusetts MEP                                    Worcester, MA
 Massachusetts Water Resources Authority              Winthrop, MA
 MCCANN TECHNICAL SCHOOL                              NORTH ADAMS, MA
 MECo                                                 Somerset, MA
 Merrill/Daniels                                      Everett, MA
 Milton Bradley Co.                                   East LongMeadow, MA
 Milton Cat, Power System Division                    Milford, MA
 Morgan Construction Co.                              Worcester, MA
 Mykrolis Corp.                                       Billerica, MA
 Nashoba Regional School District                     Bolton, MA
 Neescom                                              Westborough, MA
 New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Com   Lowell, MA
 NORESCO                                              Franklin, MA


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 North Adams Regional Hospital                N. Adams, MA
 Norwell Schools                              Norwell, MA
 Noveon Inc                                   Lawrence, MA
 Nylco Division of Worthen Industries         Clinton, MA
 Nypro, Inc.                                  Clinton, MA
 Ocean State                                  Shrewsbury, MA
 P&O Cold Logistics                           Avon, MA
 Pharmasol Corp.                              Easton, MA
 Philips Medical Systems                      Andover, MA
 Phillip Andover Academy                      Andover, MA
 Polycom                                      Andover, MA
 Prism Consulting Inc                         Quincy, MA
 Process Cooling Systems, Inc.                Leominster, MA
 PROMA Technologies                           Franklin, MA
 Quincy Medical Center                        Quincy, MA
 Raytheon Company                             Tewksbury, MA
 Round Process Equipment                      Stoneham, MA
 Saint Gobain Abrasives                       Worcester, MA
 Saint Gobain Semiconductor Componets         Worcester, MA
 Saint-Gobain                                 Northboro, MA
 Saints Memorial                              Lowell, MA
 Saloom Furniture Co., Inc.                   Winchendon, MA
 Sebesta Blomberg New England, Inc.           Topsfield, MA
 Sepracor Inc                                 Marlborough, MA
 Shipley Company                              Marlboro, MA
 Simonds International                        Fitchburg, MA
 Smith College                                Northampton, MA
 Southcoast Hospitah Group.                   Fall River, MA
 St. George Condo                             Revere, MA
 Sturdy Memorial Hospital                     Attleboro, MA
 Sustainable Energy Solutions, Inc.           Northborough, MA
 Texas Instruments Inc.                       Attleboro, MA
 The Maricor Group-RES Engineering            Hudson, MA
 Thw Weetabix Co.                             Clinton, Ma
 Town of Hopkinton DPW                        Hopkinton, MA
 Town of Southborough                         Southborough, MA
 Town of Westboro DPW                         Westboro, MA
 Town of Whitman                              Whitman, MA
 Trammell Crow Co                             Andover, MA
 Trigen                                       Revere, MA
 Tufts University                             Medford, MA
 Tuthill Energy System                        Millbury, MA
 Tyco electronics                             Norwood, MA
 Tyco/MA-COM Inc.                             Lowell, MA
 UMass Lowell                                 Lowell, MA
 UMASS Medical School                         Worcester, MA
 Urquhart Family, LLC                         Gardner, MA
 V.H. Blackinton & Co. Inc.                   Attleboro Falls, MA
 Verrillon                                    North Grafton, MA
 Vicor                                        Andover, MA


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 Voltek                                                             Lawrence, MA
 Wachusett Brewery                                                  Westminster, MA
 Weetabix Co.                                                       Clinton, Ma
 WESTBORO STATE HOSPITAL                                            Westborough, MA
 Williams College                                                   Williamstown, MA
 Williamson N.E. electric                                           Everett, MA
 Winchendon Public Schools                                          Winchendon, MA
 Wm. Wright Co                                                      West Warren, MA
 Worcester Housing                                                  Worcester, MA
 World Energy Alternatives, LLC                                     Chelsea, MA
 Wyman Gordon, Inc.                                                 N. Grafton, MA
 YMCA Camp Hi-Rock                                                  Mt. Washington, MA
 YMCS                                                               Westboro, MA
 York International Corp.                                           Norwood, MA

                                     Table 5 - WMECO Service Area
 Advanced Energy Group                                              Springfield, MA
 Alliant Energy                                                     Amherst, MA
 Amherst College                                                    Amherst, MA
 Applied Proactive Technologes                                      Springfield, MA
 Argotec Inc.                                                       Greenfield, MA
 Astro Chemicals, Inc.                                              Springfield, MA
 Baystate Medical Center                                            Springfield, MA
 Big Y Foods Inc.                                                   Sprins, MD
 Cavallero Plastics, Inc.                                           Pittsfield, MA
 City of Easthampton                                                Easthampton, MA
 Crane & Company                                                    Dalton, MA
 Danaher Tool                                                       Agawam, MA
 Easthampton Waterworks                                             Easthampton, MA
 ESS Group, Inc.                                                    ,
 Friendly Ice Cream Corporation                                     Wilbraham, MA
 Fuss & O'Neill                                                     West Springfield, MA
 GDS Associates, Inc.                                               ,
 Greenfield Community College                                       Greenfield, MA
 Hardigg Ind.                                                       S. Deerfield, MA
 Heat-Fab                                                           Turners Falls, MA
 Hi-tech Mold & Tool                                                Pittsfield, MA
 IAC Umass                                                          Amherst, MA
 ISO New England                                                    Holyoke, MA
 JPS-Stevens Urethane                                               Easthampton, MA
 Judd Wire Inc                                                      Turners Falls, MA
 K & M Electronics                                                  West Springfield, MA
 Kennametal                                                         South Deerfield, MA
 Lane Construction                                                  Northfield, MA
 Lane Construction Corporation                                      Northfield, MA
 Luster-On Products                                                 Springfield, MA
 Marland Mold Inc                                                   Pittsfield, MA

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 Mead Westvaco Paper                                                   South Lee, MA
 New England Extrusion                                                 Turners Falls, MA
 Nu Visions Mfg, LLC                                                   Springfield, MA
 Plastic Packaging Corp.                                               West Springfield, MA
 Sinicon Plastics                                                      Pittsfield, MA
 Smith & Wesson Corp.                                                  Springfield, MA
 Solutia                                                               Springfield, MA
 Starbase Technologies                                                 Pittsfield, MA
 Turbosteam Corp.                                                      Turners Falls, MA
 University of Massachusetts                                           Amherst, MA
 Valley Plating, Inc.                                                  Springfield, MA
 Yankee Technology Inc                                                 Ludlow, MA


UMass and Federal Energy Programs Integration with
Energy Partnership

The Industrial Assessment Center (IAC) at UMass Amherst has
been supported by US DOE Industrial Technologies Program since
1984. This program provides energy, productivity and waste
minimization assessments for small to medium sized manufacturing facilities in the Northeast
Region. Assessments are available to facilities with gross annual sales below $100 million,
fewer than 500 employees at the plant site, annual energy costs less than $2,500,000, and that
have no on-site energy staff. The IAC assessments are delivered at no-cost, and are conducted
by a team of engineering faculty and students from UMass.      The goals of the center are to:
reduce industrial energy use, reduce waste and prevent pollution in manufacturing operations,
raise productivity, improve product quality, lower operating costs, increase profitability, and
provide professional training for students. The product from the assessment is a report with
recommendations, including simple payback and energy savings. The Assessment reports are
fuel neutral.

IAC Outreach and Referrals:

It is the practice of MAEEP to assist energy end-users is accessing all levels of University and
Federal resources. At each training event, availability of IAC audits are explained. The IAC is
featured on the MAEEP web site and is listed as a resource in the Energy Efficiency (E2) News
Notes Email blast. MAEEP initially stated several objectives with regard to the IAC as part of its
operating plan. These include:

         •    Development of a referral process with utility parties, account representatives and
              energy service providers,
         •    Opportunities to deliver targeted training and integration of Best Practices Training
              Tools,
         •    Post audit meetings with end user and coordination with utility parties
         •    Follow-on technical support for implementation activities with utility parties or energy
              service providers, and
         •    Coordination with DOER to identify resources for studies, expanded assessments,
              and implementation.

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As a result of MAEEP outreach, 14 IAC energy conservation audits were conducted at
Massachusetts facilities between October 2004 and September 2005. A listing by SIC code and
date of each Massachusetts audit is provided in Appendix B. Audits were conducted in all three
Investor Owned Utility territories (NGRID, NSTAR and WMECO) and in Municipal Utility areas.
Projected annual electricity savings from the 14 audits total 8.3 Million kWh and 18,100 kW
Demand. Gas Savings totaled 66,400 mmbtu. Electricity savings attributable to NSTAR
Electric and Gas customers totaled 1.3 million kWh in recommended implementation projects.
Demand savings totaled 8,200 kW. NSTAR customers did not realize significant gas savings.
Electricity savings attributable to NGRID customers totaled 400,000 kWh in recommended
implementation projects. Demand savings totaled 1,400 kW. NGRID customers had 33,000
mmbtu in recommended savings. Electricity savings attributable to WEMCO customers totaled
3.6 million kWh in recommended implementation projects. Demand savings totaled 5,000 kW.
WMECO customers did not realize significant gas savings. Electricity savings attributable to
Municipal customers totaled 3 million kWh in recommended implementation projects. Demand
savings totaled 3,500 kW. Municipal customers had 32,000 mmbtu in recommended savings.

Actual implementation metrics have not been verified and cannot be reported in this progress
report.    However, the IAC has documented, through follow on inquiries, an average
implementation rate of 50%. The implantation rate, given 2005 energy costs and average
payback of 2 1.5 years corresponds to a 10:1 DOE return on investment for the cost of the
audit, and only slightly lower when you incorporate cost attributable to MAEEP outreach.
MAEEP has had significant input into enhancing access to the IAC. As evidence, the IAC no
longer does any significant marketing beyond sending out information upon request. MAEEP
marketing of the IAC’s services has resulted in higher than average request rate for audit than in
years past. In the last quarter of 2005, the IAC has either conducted or schedule 90 percent of
its auditing services to customers for the entire 12 month fiscal year. Many of these audits are
committed to Massachusetts companies and will be reported on next year.


Industrial Facility Direct Outreach and Support

There are numerous opportunities to support manufacturing, commercial, and institutional
energy end users directly through federal, state and private grants and incentives program. In
particular, the University of Massachusetts and MAEEP have participated in several technical
projects targeting large energy end users.

DOE’s Save Energy Now Program
In response to DOE’s increased efforts to reach the
most energy intensive plants in the region, MAEEP
began a focused outreach program to make those
plants aware of the Save Energy Now program and the
availability of Energy Savings Assessment opportunity.
Of the 61 operating plants in Massachusetts identified
by DOE as being the most energy intensive, MAEEP already had contacts with 32, including 7
of the top 10 plants, through Best Practices training workshops, on-site meetings, and/or the
Industrial Assessment Center. A description of the program was prepared and distributed by
email along with an invitation to meet with MAEEP personnel to discuss the opportunity. The
email invitations were followed telephone calls to arrange site visits. To date, MAEEP has
made site visits to Crane & Co., Solutia, Ludlow Company (Tyco Healthcare), Friendlys, and
Hazen Paper. Contacts have been made with other large energy users, including Raytheon,

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Bayer Diagnostics (East Walpole), Sarnafil (Canton), Gillette (Andover), Breyers (Framingham),
Mead Westvaco, General Electric, Sepracor (Marlborough), and Cabot Corporation (Billerica).
Saint Gobain personnel have participated in multiple off-site MAEEP workshops. Crane & Co.
have participated in multiple off-site training workshops and are currently evaluating their need
for an ESA or on-site training workshop. Raytheon and Tyco Healthcare completed applications
for ESAs and the status is pending. Solutia recently completed a DOE-sponsored Plant-Wide
Assessment (described below) and is currently evaluating the ESA opportunity. Hazen Paper is
in the process of scheduling a Industrial Assessment Center audit and evaluating the ESA
opportunity. Raytheon personnel have participated in multiple off-site training workshops, and
Raytheon applied for a DOE PWA and has applied for an ESA and met the 1 TBtu criteria.



Plant-Wide Assessments
MA EEP has assisted several companies in Massachusetts in
developing proposals for DOE-sponsored Plant-Wide Assessments. In
2005, MA EEP linked the Breyers Ice Cream Plant in Framingham with
Gary Epstein from Energy Resource Solutions, James Armstrong from
NSTAR Electric, and Gary Robinson from NSTAR Gas to develop a
PWA proposal that including $26k in cost-share committed by NSTAR ($20k
for electricity projects, $5k for gas projects, and $1k for demand response).
MA EEP also worked with David Chamberlain from Raytheon Integrated
Defense Systems in Woburn to develop a PWA proposal. While this proposal
was not selected for award, Raytheon is in the process of applying for an Energy Savings
Assessment under DOE’s Save Energy Now program.



Solutia Plant-Wide Assessment
In 2003, Solutia’s Indian Orchard Chemical Plant expressed
an interest in DOE’s Plant-Wide Assessment program.
After several meetings with UMass and the Energy
Efficiency Partnership, Solutia, in partnership with IMS
Engineering, Polymer and Chemical Technologies, and UMass Amherst, successfully competed
for a DOE-sponsored Plant-Wide Assessment. During the following year, with $100k of DOE
support and $205k of Solutia support, Solutia engineers and utility consultants identified energy
savings projects that, if implemented, would result in over $3M in annual savings with an annual
reduction of 9,500,000 kWHr of electricity use and 340,000 MMBTU of gas/coal consumption.
The average payback for all projects was 2 years. Seven projects, in particular, were especially
attractive with minimal process interruption and average payback of <1 yr. These projects alone
would result in an estimated $1.2M in annual savings resulting from an annual reduction of
1,850,000 kWHr of electricity and 240,000 MMBTU of fuel consumption. A preliminary five year
plan of implementation was developed for the identified projects while taking into account
several internal and external operational and economic constraints.


Direct Technical Support to Utility Sector

MAEEP also provides a direct service to the Utility Sector. MAEEP, the
Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, and other University
research centers have the ability to respond to a host of energy related

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technical tissues. For example, recent requests for understanding and developing metrics for
non-electric benefits have yet to be satisfied and could be addressed with additional resources.
Or comparative analysis tools for injection molding equipment could be developed which would
assist the utility sector in identifying favorable implementation projects. Utility personnel have
also attended training workshops organized by MAEEP. Since 2003, 29 individual NSTAR
managers, account reps., and engineers, 21 individual NGRID personnel, and 10 individual
WMECO personnel have participated in one or more of 18 different energy efficiency events
presented by MAEEP.


Outreach Mechanisms

A critical component to the success of MAEEP is communication to the energy end-users,
professional energy engineers, public and private sector energy stake holders. MAEEP has
developed an extensive and sophisticated system for program information dissemination
including:

         •         Content Dynamic Web Site,
         •         Large Scale Email Distribution System
         •         Networks of Other linked Internet Sites,
         •         Print Materials, and
         •         Public Speaking Engagements


Website

In 2005 the MAEEP web site was redesigned to accommodate expanded needs for processing
user data (training registrations), rapidly changing program information (training events, other
program information and news and dynamic news feeds from reputable sources), more logical
navigation including access to partner websites, training materials, and energy assessment
software. In addition, the back end of the site was developed to increase program productivity,
through the use of Java based database management of content, client information, program
training event and outreach information, program registration, program metrics, web site
statistics, news and calendar management. Productivity gains have only recently been realized
in the past few months as we develop the user interface. It is clear, based on a comparison of
the first generation registration process with the current that program registration management
may be reduced by as much as 75% through automated replies to program registrants,
automated fee assessments and accounting of fee payments. In addition, creation of print
materials are automated and dynamically produced saving additional program time.

The MAEEP website has had very good positioning on the internet and generally receives a
high search scores.

Web Site User’s Statistics
The activity of users at the MAEPP web site has been tracked from November 1, 2005 to the
present date December 22, 2005. Statistic reports use aggregated data taken and interpreted
from the Internet Server log files for the given period and grouped by month.




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Page Hits
In November 2005 the total number of page hits reached 2,386 with the average number of hits
per day at 82. By December 22, 2005, the number of page hits has been registered as 1,373
with 63 hits per day.

                          Downloads of MAEEP Documents and Presentations
                                         Average Number of Downloads Per Day

                    45

                    40

                    35
                                                                               Power Point Documents

                    30

                    25                                                         PDF Documents

                    20

                    15

                    10

                     5

                     0
                             Nov. 2005        Dec. 2005      Jan. 2006




The MAEEP web site maintains a collection of training presentations and PDF documents on
energy efficiency programs and opportunities that are of interest to the site users. In
November 2005 the number of downloads of PowerPoint documents and documents in the PDF
format totaled as 827 and 649 correspondingly. The average number of downloads per day
continues to grow from 26 in November to 34 in December for PPT presentations and from 22
to 29 for PDF documents. This indicates that users have increased their interest to MAEEP
activities and the web site through this period. As a rough estimation for the year 2005, there
have been 12,410 downloads of the PPT presentations and about 10,600 downloads of PDF
documents.

Domains and Organizations
To calculate page hits per domain we divided the total number of page hits into the number of
total http requests, that is 2,386/25,340 = 0.094 for November 2005 and 1373/18686 = 0.073 for
December 2005, and multiply these ratios on the number of request for particular domain.




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MAEEP Page Hits Per Domain (Top 20 Primary Domain Names)

    Page Hits (Nov.                                                Page Hits (Dec.
                                            Domain                                                     Domain
        2005)                                                          2005)
          741             .edu (US Higher Education)                    502          .edu (US Higher Education)
          675             .net (Networks)                               348          .net (Networks)
          510             .com (Commercial)                             280          .com (Commercial)
          321             [unresolved numerical addresses]              168          [unresolved numerical addresses]
           29             .us (United States)                            13          .org (Non Profit Making Organizations)
           14             [unknown domain]                               12          .us (United States)
           12             .jp (Japan)                                    6           .fi (Finland)
           12             .gov (US Government)                           6           .de (Germany)
           10             .org (Non Profit Making Organizations)         3           .br (Brazil)
           6              .uk (United Kingdom)                           3           .fr (France)
           5              .ca (Canada)                                   3           .ar (Argentina)
           5              .mil (US Military)                             2           .uk (United Kingdom)
           5              .au (Australia)                                2           .sg (Singapore)
           4              [domain not given]                             2           .pe (Peru)
           4              .fi (Finland)                                  2           .in (India)
           3              .de (Germany)                                  2           .mil (US Military)
           3              .hu (Hungary)                                  2           .arpa (Arpanet)
           2              .in (India)                                    2           .dk (Denmark)
           2              .it (Italy)                                    1           .it (Italy)
           2              .il (Israel)                                   1           .gov (US Government)


These data indicate that .edu domain earned the biggest number of requests. However, this
number should be excluded from the analysis since our development activities artificially
increase this number of hits. Interpreting the rest of data we can notice that most visitors belong
to .net and .com primary domain names. This indicates that most users are either private
companies or individuals who use services Internet providers such as verizon.net, aol.com, or
comcast.com. There is also presence of governmental and non-commercial organizations as
well as military users and users from abroad.

Analyzing MAEEP web activity per organization we can observe that MAEEP web site gets the
big number of hits from the most known search engines such as google.com, aol.com,
msn.com, inkotomisearch.com and from the users of major ISPs such as verizon.net,
twtelekom.net and comcats.net. New MAEEP web site constantly increases its ranking in the
search engines; the number of hits from the goggle.com search engine has increased from 84
to 114, from msn.com increased from 28 to 60, and from aol.com increased from 22 to 46 for
the period under analysis. This trend is true for the most of search engines. The current Google
Page Rank of the MAEEP home page is 5 from maximum 10 and it is going to grow that make
MAEEP web site the best searchable site among other web sites with the similar content.




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MAEEP Page Hits per Organization (Top 20 Organizations)

         Page Hits                                        Page Hits (Dec.
                                           Organization                                     Organization
        (Nov. 2005)                                           2005)
                        478    umass.edu                             693    umass.edu
                        130    comcast.net                           258    comcast.net
                         96    verizon.net                           219    verizon.net
                         84    googlebot.com                         114    googlebot.com
                         28    msn.com                                 60   msn.com
                         22    aol.com                                 46   12
                         19    134.241                                 42   inktomisearch.com
                         18    inktomisearch.com                       27   aol.com
                         17    twtelecom.net                           27   twtelecom.net
                         13    12                                      25   ogs.state.ny.us
                         12    Cox.net                                 25   156.73
                         11    charter.com                             20   friendlys.com
                         11    alexa.com                               18   170.63
                         10    rcn.com                                 18   adelphia.net
                           9   covad.net                               17   conversent.net
                           8   Ogs.state.ny.us                         16   141.154
                           7   optonline.net                           14   pacbell.net
                           6   71                                      14   nu.com
                           6   192.234                                 14   [unknown domain]
                           6   65.214                                  12   rcn.com


Email Distribution

MAEEP maintains a large database of past program participants, interested parties and
collection of names and email addresses from various organizations. MAEEP has attempted to
be respectful of the volume of email professional receive and as a policy only sends email to
announce training opportunities, solicitations, or events of substance and value to the client
base. As a practice MAEEP sends out two forms of email, a simple event description with
training details and a link to register or what we have coined E2 (Energy Efficiency) News
Notes. E2 provides training information, leads on other resources, and news and information
related to success of the program or program partners. Generally emails go out every 10 to 20
days. The existing database of email addresses number more than 2000. It has neutral to
slightly positive growth due to new registrants and requests to be include on the mailing list,
balanced by very limited requests to be removed from the list. In 2005, 34 email blasts were
produced reaching approximately 75,000 email recipients in total.


Third Party Electronic and Hardcopy Distribution

Distribution of MAEEP information has been assisted by the partner’s willingness to use their
own resources and client contacts. Major Partners have sent emails or hardcopy letters to their
clients over the past years. Examples of distribution included: Email distribution by the
Associated Industries of Massachusetts in their weekly Action Update, approximately 40
inclusions to a list of about 7000 members each time, email distribution to GRID, NSTAR and
WMECO key account customers (approximately 200kW and larger), distribution of hard copy


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and email by Mass Office of Technical Assistance, listing on Webs sites including US DOE
EERE (www.eere.energy.gov), National Association of Power Engineers
(www.powerengineers.org), Association of Energy Engineers (www.aee.org), Alliance to Save
Energy (www.ase.org).


Print Materials

MAEEP has standard print materials for each program and general program information. Over
the past 3 years more than 10,000 print pages have been distributed via mail or on display at
events or training.

Public Speaking Engagements

In addition to providing training opportunities in industrial clients and utilities in Massachusetts,
MAEEP personnel promote Department of Energy energy efficiency programs and tools along
with utility demand-side management programs at regional and national meetings, as well as
providing information and outreach services through the MAEEP website, targeted email
distributions, and direct mail. For example, Eric Winkler represented MAEEP at the May 2005
Industrial Energy Technology Conference in New Orleans, LA and the November 2005 7th
Annual Large Energy Users Summit in Berlin, CT. On October 21, MAEEP represented
Massachusetts interests during a national webcast describing the DOE Industrial Technologies
Program Save Energy Now program and on October 19 Dr. Winkler appeared on Springfield
Public Television’s (WBGY) Watercooler program, discussing energy efficiency opportunities for
industry.




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Program Expenses

MAEEP program expenses are presented by year in the table below. An increase in program
activities is consistent with increased financial support from US DOE and Utility sponsors. In
addition cost share from UMass has increase over time. Part of MAEEP funding comes to the
University through US DOE grants with start and ends date based on Federal fiscal years
October to September. Utility funds come to the University on a calendar year basis, hence by
year, expenses and revenue may be off by a small percentage, as illustrated in FY05 where
expenses for the year are about $10,000 less than revenue. Overall expenses match revenue
over the life of the project.

Figure 1 summarizes the program revenue (Federal grants, utility support, and meeting
registration fees) from October 2003 to the present. FY03 represents Oct 2002 – Sep 2003,
FY04 represents Oct 2003 – Sep 2004, and FY05 represents Oct 2004 – present (15 months).

                              Figure 1. MA EEP Revenue vs. Expenses

  $300,000


  $250,000


  $200,000
                                                                                 Revenue
                                                                                 Expenses
  $150,000


  $100,000


   $50,000


        $-
                           FY03               FY04            FY05




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APPENDIX A

Training Title: Optimizing Steam System Performance
                  Awareness Training

Date:              April 1, 2003 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Location:          Hynes Convention Center -Boston, Massachusetts

Description: This workshop introduces you to reference material, diagnostic
software, and industry contacts that you will need to optimize your steam system.
This workshop is designed for Steam System Managers, Engineers and
Consultants interested in steam system optimization.

Agenda:

7:30     Registration and Breakfast

8:00     Welcome and Introduction to Best Practices: Scott Hutchins, U.S.DOE/Boston
8:15     The Total System Approach: Dr. Anthony Wright, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

9:15     Improving efficiency in steam distribution systems: Cam Spence, Armstrong International

10:00    Break

10:15    Natural Gas Efficiency Programs in New England: Faye Brown, Keyspan Energy

11:00    Industrial Assessment Center Case Study: Dr. Eric Winkler, Center for Energy Efficiency and
         Renewable Energy, UMass, Amherst

11:45    Lunch

12:30    Business Impacts of Steam Efficiency: Christopher Russell, Alliance to Save Energy

1:15     Evaluations

1:30     Your Choice of Tours:
         Christian Science Center Steam System, or MIT Cogeneration Plant (tour bus transportation
         provided)


CEUs: Inquire about other CEU’s.




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Training Title:         Pump System Optimizing Training

Date:              June 11, 2003 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Location:          UMass Mullins Center, Amherst MA

Date:              June 12, 2003 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Location:          National Grid – Energy Institute, Westborough, MA

Description: The Pumping System Assessment Tool (PSAT) helps pump users assess the efficiency of
pumping system operations. PSAT uses achievable pump performance data from Hydraulic Institute
standards and motor performance data from the MotorMaster+ database to calculate potential energy and
associated cost savings.

PSAT was developed for the U.S. Department of Energy and relies on field measurements of flow rate,
head, and either motor power or current to perform the assessment. PSAT quickly estimates existing
pump and motor efficiency and calculates potential energy and cost savings.

Agenda:

7:30     Registration and Breakfast
8:20     Welcome and Introduction
8:35     Motor system asset management
9:30     Break
9:45     Overview of fluid systems - Fundamental fluid relationships, Static, dynamic head, Sources of
         friction,
10:05    Overview of pump performance characteristics, - Head, power, efficiency vs. flow rate, Affinity
         laws
10:30    Break
10:45    Overview of motor performance
10:50    Overview of ASD performance
1100     Developing a system performance curve from field measurements
11:20    Exercises – calculating system and pump heads; evaluating pump condition from fluid
         measurements
11:40    Pressure, flow rate, and speed measurements - instruments, misc. considerations
12:00    Lunch
1:00     Electrical measurements – safety; current, voltage, power
1:30     Data estimating when direct measurements are not available
1:50     Distinguishing measurements and requirements
2:20     Break
2:35     Using the PSAT software
3:25     Break/Evaluation and Door Prize
3:40     Application of the PSAT software to specific examples
4:30     Adjourn

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Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership                                                 Page 27 of 70
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Training Title:         Chiller System Optimization and Energy Efficiency Workshop - State of
                        the art tools and technology to improve chiller applications for
                        commercial, institutional, and industrial facilities.

Date: September 16, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Location: KeySpan Headquarters, Waltham, MA

Date: September 17, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Location: Basketball Hall of Fame, Springfield, MA

Date: September 18, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Location: National Grid - Energy Institute, Westborough, MA

Description: The Chiller Optimization and Energy Efficiency Workshop will provide technical information
and opportunities to achieve energy savings in process and space cooling applications. Participants in the
workshop will be provided with details and case studies on state of art chiller technology applications
including: electric, gas and absorption chiller systems, and identify system approaches to optimizing
existing equipment. Participants will receive guidance, tools and resources for implementation of chiller
systems upgrades, including: programs and case studies from utility incentive programs and federal and
state assistance programs.

Agenda:

7:30    Registration/Continental Breakfast
8:30    Welcome: (Eric Winkler, Scott Hutchins, Host Utilities)
8:45    Chiller Technologies and Case Studies: Presented in Two Panel Discussions
        Technology Experts from: Carrier, Trane, York, Tecogen, Servel/Robur, Broad USA
        Topics Including: Electric, Gas Engine Driven, Absorption, Small Commercial and
        Cogeneration Applications
12:00 Lunch
1:00    Chiller Optimization System Operations (Dr. Beka Kosanovic, UMass Amherst)
        Software Tools for Chiller Self Assessments (Michael Socks, UMass IAC)
        Energy Optimization and Efficiency Implementation Programs
          Springfield: WMECO (Robert Dvorchik) Bay State Gas (Derick Buchler)
          Westborough: NGRID (Kevin Keena) NSTAR Gas (Edward McGlynn)
          Waltham: KeySpan (Richard Johnson) NSTAR Electric (Edward McGlynn)
        State and Federal Energy Resource Efficiency and Productivity Programs (Panel)
        (Eric Winkler: UMass - US DOE State Energy Partnership, Industrial Assessment Center; John
        Raschko, MA Office of Technical Assistance; Paul Martin, Massachusetts Manufacturing
        Extension Partnership.)
4:00 Adjourn

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Inquire about other CEU’s.


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Progress Report 2003-2005                                                                 December 20, 2005
Title:                  Northeast Energy and Technology Expo – Smart
                        Strategies for Energy and Environmental Efficiency.

Date:    November 6, 2003, 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Location: Crowne Plaza Hotel Worcester, MA

Description: This event is being hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the State
Industries of the Future (IOF) in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Connecticut. The
EXPO will provide attendees with technical, financial, and programmatic solutions for increasing
efficiency and improving the bottom line. Speakers include local and national experts with
practical experience achieving energy efficiency, productivity, and waste reduction. They will
share strategies to leverage and deploy technologies and meet evolving public policies
surrounding energy, environment, and economic development. The exhibit area will showcase
current and emerging technologies in the energy and environmental sectors. The EXPO will be
most beneficial to corporate energy managers, plant engineers, plant production managers,
municipal energy managers, policy makers, and water and wastewater engineers.

Background: The Northeast Energy & Technology EXPO builds upon the successes of previous events
held by State-DOE partnerships in the Northeast. The most recent Maine Industries of the Future energy
and technology expo drew 200 participants. Recognizing that industry faces many of the same challenges
in the other Northeastern states, the State IOF programs for Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and
Connecticut initiated the upcoming Northeast-wide event. The regional nature of the Northeast Energy &
Technology EXPO presents an opportunity to focus on the common challenges faced by businesses,
industries, and municipalities in the Northeastern region.

Agenda:

Track A: Improved Productivity and Plant Efficiencies

10:45 – 12:00 Managing Energy in Your Facility
    This workshop seeks to prepare small to medium sized industries, to adopt continuous improvements
    in energy efficiency through a training program that gives them the knowledge to perform: a step by
    step energy self-audit at their facility, identify specific cost saving projects, factor cost benefits/RIO,
    increase savings
1:15-2:30 C/LEAN Thinking: Mainstreaming environmental and energy benefits into Manufacturing
          Practices
    Productivity and process improvements can lead to increased competitiveness by eliminating waste
    and non-value added activities, while lessening the impact to the environment. The benefits to the
    bottom line can result through resource and energy conservation, pollution prevention and waste
    minimization, and increased worker safety and productivity. This session will introduce successes
    from programs that have direct impact on bottom line issues and improve the position of energy end-
    users in overall environmental stewardship and economic stability. Speakers will touch on principles
    and applications of “lean manufacturing and clean manufacturing.”
2:45-4:00 Sustainable Manufacturing
    Designed to highlight opportunities for sustainable production through toxics use reduction,
    productivity improvements through waste minimization, etc.

Track B: Climate Change Policy and Implementation

10:45-12:00 State/Region/National Action Plans


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    This session would highlight the ongoing work in the region on various aspects of energy efficiency,
    renewable energy alternatives, and the potential impacts of GHG emissions. The session would also
    help to inform public discourse on energy issues and future policy decisions.
1:15-2:30 RPS and Other Incentives

2:45-4:00 Renewable Technologies / H2 Economy
    This session would highlight the ongoing work in the region/nation on various aspects of renewable
    energy alternatives, for and by industry and the potential impacts of GHG emission with particular
    emphasis on wind in the NE area.
Track C: Distributed Generation & Combined Heat & Power

10:45-12:00 On-Site Generation/Combined Heating Cooing and Power
    This session will begin a track concerned with optimizing power generation. Many aspects of on-site
    generation of power are attractive in today’s energy market, including: price stability, power quality,
    and process integration with power demands. Back up generation and power reliability are no longer
    limited to a cost avoidance model, but practical solutions to power generation, heating and cooling
    can be made cost effectively and with improved productivity, fuel use efficiency and reduced
    environmental impacts through reduced emissions. Speakers will present real world examples of
    distributed generation and CHP as well as an overview of the practical and sensible use of these
    technologies.
1:15-2:30 Permitting / Interconnection/ Tariffs
    The practical application of distributed generation and CHP is not without barriers. A number of
    issues that extend beyond the technical and financial considerations need to be addressed in order to
    widespread use of DG and CHP. Speakers in this session will layout the main considerations that
    can impact the deployment of DG and CHP. Topics to be covered will address permitting issues
    related to air emissions and operation, current issues related to interconnection standards, and
    standby tariffs and demand charges.
2:45-4:00 Available and Emerging DG and CHP Technology
    There are numerous engineered solutions to implementing DG and CHP. In this case the field is full
    of technologies that can satisfy the demand for on-site generation and combined heating cooling and
    power. The speakers in this session will devote their efforts to laying the playing field open to the
    opportunities as well as the potential for advances in the state of art. In this session we will learn
    about the current applications for DG including IC, recips, microturbines and heat recovery units.

Track D: Economics & Productivity

10:45-12:00 Demand Side Management/ Resource Conservation Programs
    In support of sustaining economic viability of the New England region, the public and private sectors
    recognize the value of Resource Conservation and Demand Side Management towards attaining
    energy security, efficiency and environmental stewardship. States have different models for
    delivering DSM to its Commercial Industrial and Residential Customers. In this session, speakers
    from Private Utilities and public commissions will present details about their DSM programs, in
    particular, incentive programs and service delivery designs that target a sustainable industrial sector
    for in New England.
1:15-2:30 Best Practices Tools and Implementation
    BestPractices helps U.S. manufacturers maintain their global competitiveness through strategic
    energy management including the use of energy-efficient technologies. BestPractices team members
    help industrial manufacturers cut costs and emissions. This helps U.S. industry—and it also helps our
    nation achieve its economic and environmental goals. Compressed Air/Motor Up/Adjustable
    Speed Drive

2:45-4:00 Best Practices Tools and Implementation
    BestPractices helps U.S. manufacturers maintain their global competitiveness through strategic

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    energy management including the use of energy-efficient technologies. BestPractices team members
    help industrial manufacturers cut costs and emissions. This helps U.S. industry—and it also helps our
    nation achieve its economic and environmental goals. Process Heating/ Pump Systems /Steam




Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership                                                  Page 31 of 70
Progress Report 2003-2005                                                                December 20, 2005
Training Title:         Pump System Optimizing Training

Date:              March 16, 2004 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Location:          NSTAR Headquarters, Westwood, MA

Description: The Pumping System Assessment Tool (PSAT) helps pump users assess the efficiency of
pumping system operations. PSAT uses achievable pump performance data from Hydraulic Institute
standards and motor performance data from the MotorMaster+ database to calculate potential energy and
associated cost savings.

PSAT was developed for the U.S. Department of Energy and relies on field measurements of flow rate,
head, and either motor power or current to perform the assessment. PSAT quickly estimates existing
pump and motor efficiency and calculates potential energy and cost savings.

Agenda:

7:30     Registration and Breakfast
8:20     Welcome and Introduction
8:35     Motor system asset management
9:30     Break
9:45     Overview of fluid systems - Fundamental fluid relationships, Static, dynamic head, Sources of
         friction,
10:05    Overview of pump performance characteristics, - Head, power, efficiency vs. flow rate, Affinity
         laws
10:30    Break
10:45    Overview of motor performance
10:50    Overview of ASD performance
1100     Developing a system performance curve from field measurements
11:20    Exercises – calculating system and pump heads; evaluating pump condition from fluid
         measurements
11:40    Pressure, flow rate, and speed measurements - instruments, misc. considerations
12:00    Lunch
1:00     Electrical measurements – safety; current, voltage, power
1:30     Data estimating when direct measurements are not available
1:50     Distinguishing measurements and requirements
2:20     Break
2:35     Using the PSAT software
3:25     Break/Evaluation and Door Prize
3:40     Application of the PSAT software to specific examples
4:30     Adjourn

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Training Contact Hours. Approved by Ma DEP for Toxics Use Planners. Inquire about other CEU’s




Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership                                                 Page 32 of 70
Progress Report 2003-2005                                                               December 20, 2005
Training Title:         Optimizing Steam System Performance
                        Awareness Training

Date:              March 23, 2004, 7:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.

Location:          Key Span Headquarters, Waltham, MA

Description: This workshop introduces you to reference material, diagnostic software, and industry
contacts that you will need to optimize your steam system. This workshop is designed for Steam System
Managers, Engineers and Consultants interested in steam system optimization.

Agenda:

7:30    Registration and Breakfast

8:00    Introduction to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) BestPractices Program: Scott Hutchins, U.S.
         DOE Boston Regional Office

8:15    Massachusetts State Programs: Eric Winkler, Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
         (CEERE)

8:30    Improving Efficiency in Steam Distribution Systems: Cam Spence, Armstrong International

9:15    Introduction to BestPractices Steam Software Tools: James Moore, TA Engineering / Oak Ridge
         National Lab

10:00 Break

10:15 Hands-On Demo of BestPractices Steam Software Tools: James Moore, TA Engineering / Oak
       Ridge National Lab

11:00 Industrial Assessment Center Steam Case Study: Dr. Beka Kosanovich, University of
       Massachusetts-Amherst

11:45 Lunch

12:30 Northeast Natural Gas Efficiency Programs: Faye Brown, KeySpan Energy

1:00    Insulation: The Forgotten or Lost Technology, and 3E-Plus software demo: National Insulation
         Association

2:15    Break

2:30    Business Impacts of Steam Efficiency: Christopher Russell, Alliance to Save Energy

3:15    Wrap-up, Evaluations, and Adjourn

CEUs: Approved for Continuing Education Credits for Boiler Operators by Massachusetts Public Safety
      Board through the National Association of Power Engineers (6 hours) and for Toxics Use
      Planners by MA DEP (6 hours)




Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership                                                 Page 33 of 70
Progress Report 2003-2005                                                               December 20, 2005
Training Title:         Process Heating Assessment End-User
                        Training Workshop - State of the art tools
                        to improve process heating applications for
                        industrial facilities

Date:              June 17, 2004, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Location:          Mullins Center, UMass Amherst, Amherst, MA

Date:              June 18, 2004, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Location:          KeySpan Headquarters, Waltham, MA

Description: This 1-day workshop includes an introduction to process heating and process heating
equipment such as furnaces, ovens, dryers, heaters, kilns, etc., used by the industry, and application of
the Process Heating Assessment and Survey Tool (PHAST). PHAST provides an introduction to process
heating methods and tools to improve thermal effi ciency of heating equipment. The software provides
instructions on how to obtain the data for each step with commonly available instruments— without
affecting production. It also supplies data on the thermal properties of commonly processed materials.

Agenda:

9:00 - 9:30 Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:30 - 12:30 Morning Session

         • Introduction - Process Heating
         • Basics - Combustion, Heat Transfer, Emissions
         • Opportunities for Efficiency
            - Heat Generation
            - Heat Transfer

12:30 - 1:30 Lunch

1:30 - 4:30 Afternoon Session

         • Opportunities for Efficiency (cont.)
            - Waste Heat Recovery
            - Controls
         • Data Collection Equipment
         • Process Heat Assessment and Survey Tool (PHAST)
            - Presentation and Demonstration
         • Discussion and Feedback

CEUs: Approved for Continuing Education Credits for Boiler Operators by Massachusetts Public Safety
      Board through the National Association of Power Engineers (6 hours) and Massachusetts DEP
      Toxics Use Planners (6 hours)




Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership                                                  Page 34 of 70
Progress Report 2003-2005                                                                December 20, 2005
Training Title:         Motor System Management - Applications of Energy
                        Efficiency Best Practices in Motors, VFDs, Fans and
                        More

Date:              August 19, 2004, 7:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Location:          National Grid – Energy Institute, Westborough, MA

Description: This half-day workshop is designed to provide energy managers and engineers with tools
and information to achieve energy savings in a range of motor applications. Training will be provided on
US DOE Motor Master and ASD Master, featuring tools for motor inventory management, maintenance
log tracking, efficiency analysis, savings evaluation, energy accounting, and economic feasibility and
energy savings using Adjustable Speed Drives. Additional topics will cover applications of state of the art
motor management best practices in HVAC, pumps, blowers, fans, industrial processes, and smart
controls. Information will also be provided on utility rebate and incentive programs.

Agenda:

7:30 - 8:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:00 - 8:10 Introduction

8:10 - 9:55 Motor Management and Motor Master Software Tool
               (Bruce Benkhart)

Break

10:10 - 12:00 Variable Frequency Drive Systems, ASD Master and Quick Fan Software Tools
              (James Rogers)

12:00 - 12:15 Utility, State and Federal Incentive Programs

Adjourn

CEUs: 4 hours continuing education credits.




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Progress Report 2003-2005                                                                 December 20, 2005
Training Title:         Chiller System Optimization - Applications of Energy
                        Efficiency Best Practices in Chiller Systems

Date: September 30, 2004, 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Location: NSTAR Headquarters, Westwood, MA

Description: This half-day workshop is designed to provide energy managers and engineers with tools
and information to achieve energy savings in a range of chiller applications. Participants in the workshop
are introduced to and case studies on state of art chiller technology applications including: electric, gas
and absorption chiller systems, and system approaches to optimizing existing equipment. Participants
received guidance, tools and resources for implementation of chiller systems upgrades, including:
programs and case studies from utility incentive programs and federal and state assistance programs.

Agenda:

7:30 - 8:00        Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:00 - 8:10        Introductions, Eric Winkler, MAEEP and Edward McGlynn, NSTAR Electric & Gas

8:10 - 10:50       Chiller System Optimization Commercial/Industry Case Study Presentations.
                   Sam Martin, York,
                   Juan Blanco, Carrier
                   Rob Wettach, Trane and Chris Hastings, Vanderweil

10:50 - 11:15      Introduction to USDOE/UMass IAC Chiller Optimization Software Tool
                   Alex VonBraun, UMass/IAC

11:15 - 11:30      Utility Incentive Programs

Adjourn

CEUs: Approved by MA DEP for Toxics Use Planners. Inquire about other CEU’s.




Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership                                                   Page 36 of 70
Progress Report 2003-2005                                                                 December 20, 2005
Training Title:         Pump System Optimizing Training

Date:              October 14, 2004 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Location:          National Grid – Energy Institute, Westborough, MA

Description: The Pumping System Assessment Tool (PSAT) helps pump
users assess the efficiency of pumping system operations. PSAT uses achievable pump performance
data from Hydraulic Institute standards and motor performance data from the MotorMaster+ database to
calculate potential energy and associated cost savings.

PSAT was developed for the U.S. Department of Energy and relies on field measurements of flow rate,
head, and either motor power or current to perform the assessment. PSAT quickly estimates existing
pump and motor efficiency and calculates potential energy and cost savings.

Agenda:

7:30     Registration and Breakfast
8:20     Welcome and Introduction
8:35     Motor system asset management
9:30     Break
9:45     Overview of fluid systems - Fundamental fluid relationships, Static, dynamic head, Sources of
         friction,
10:05    Overview of pump performance characteristics, - Head, power, efficiency vs. flow rate, Affinity
         laws
10:30    Break
10:45    Overview of motor performance
10:50    Overview of ASD performance
1100     Developing a system performance curve from field measurements
11:20    Exercises – calculating system and pump heads; evaluating pump condition from fluid
         measurements
11:40    Pressure, flow rate, and speed measurements - instruments, misc. considerations
12:00    Lunch
1:00     Electrical measurements – safety; current, voltage, power
1:30     Data estimating when direct measurements are not available
1:50     Distinguishing measurements and requirements
2:20     Break
2:35     Using the PSAT software
3:25     Break/Evaluation and Door Prize
3:40     Application of the PSAT software to specific examples
4:30     Adjourn

CEUs: Approved by the Massachusetts Board of Certification of Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators 8
      Training Contact Hours. Approved by MA DEP for Toxics Use Planners. Inquire about other
      CEU’s.




Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership                                                 Page 37 of 70
Progress Report 2003-2005                                                               December 20, 2005
Training Title:         Energy Efficiency Improvements for the Plastics
                        Industry

Date:              October 28, 2004 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Location:          Western Massachusetts Electric Company Work Center - Pittsfield, MA

Description: This half day program will focus on specific energy efficiency improvements and productivity
option for the plastics industry. Case studies from energy assessments and proven recommendations will
be given along with information on state of the art production alternatives for increased competition in a
global manufacturing market place. Contacts for technical and financial assistance will be provided.

Agenda:

7:30 - 8:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:00 - 8:10 Introduction (Eric Winkler, MAEEP- Robert Dvorchick WMECO)

8:10 - 9:15 Beka Kosanovic, Ph.D., UMass Industrial Assessment Center

9:15 - 10:20 Scott Kroeger, Husky, Boston Office Networking Break

10:40 - 11:45 Wayne Ferdyn, Niigata Injection, Itasca, Il.

11:45 - 12:00 Utility, State and Federal Incentive Programs

Adjourn

CEUs: Inquire about other CEU’s




Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership                                                   Page 38 of 70
Progress Report 2003-2005                                                                 December 20, 2005
Training Title:         MAEEP Exposition - Energy Efficiency Best Practices
                        in Automated Energy Management Systems

Date:              December 8th - 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Location:          Boston Museum of Science - Boston, MA

Description: This workshop is designed to provide energy managers, engineers
and decision makers with tools and information to achieve energy savings in
building facility operations. Managing and monitoring energy use through
automated systems and controls has the ability to track energy use, identify
waste, and maximize efficient use of energy resources. Speakers from technology
companies, engineering, and design firms will present real world examples of
practical applications of state of the art automated energy management systems. The recently
commissioned system at the Museum will be highlighted by two of our speakers. In addition to
implementation projects, a presentation on a useful free DOE tool (EQuest) for modeling energy use will
be presented along with a case study demonstrating its use. This is an opportunity to observe state of the
art implementation of automation of energy management. Utility incentive programs and federal and state
assistance programs will be explained. Find out how you can implement state of the art technology in
your commercial or manufacturing facility. A tour of the EMS at the MOS will follow.

Agenda:

9:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast
10:00 Introduction
      Eric Winkler, Director, MAEEP, Hugh Saussy, Regional Director, US DOE, Frank Robinson,
      Facility Director, MOS
10:10 Applying Technical Solutions to Automated Energy Management Systems
      Bob Clarke and Fred Doherty, BCM Controls Corporation, Jim Jones, EMC, Inc.
11:40 Demonstration of the MOS EMS
      Jim Jones, EMC, Inc., Jim Armstrong, NSTAR
12:00 Lunch: MAEEP Honors and Recognition Ceremony
      Eric Winkler, Director, MAEEP
12:45 System Molding Using EQuest Software and Applications for Implementing Energy Efficiency
      Products.
      Mike Andelman, Andelman & Lelek Engineers, Inc.
1:30 Implementing Facility Energy Management Projects- Making It Happen: Challenges, Successes,
      and Cost.
      Thomas Tsaros, P.E., Amerescso
2:15 Utility Perspectives on Implementing Energy Management Systems- How Demand Side
      Management Can Make It Happen.
      NSTAR, WMECO, MECO, KeySpan
2:50 Concluding Remarks and Evaluations
3:00 Adjourn, Refreshments




Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership                                                   Page 39 of 70
Progress Report 2003-2005                                                                 December 20, 2005
Training Title:         Best Practices in Steam System Efficiency -
                        II A USDOE Energy Efficiency Technical
                        Training

Date:              January 20, 2005 - 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location:          KeySpan Energy Delivery - Waltham, MA

Description: This workshop covers the operation of typical steam systems and discusses methods of
system efficiency improvement. The training is designed for plant personnel, such as energy managers,
steam system supervisors, engineers, and equipment operators, who have steam system responsibilities
in industrial and institutional plants. The course covers three key areas of potential system improvement: •
Steam Generation Efficiency • Resource Utilization Effectiveness • Steam Distribution System Losses
The course introduces Steam System Scoping Tool (SSST) and the Steam System Assessment Tool
(SSAT), the steam opportunity assessment tools developed by DOE’s BestPractices Steam and uses the
US DOE Steam System Survey Guide as a technical reference. The training also introduces the 3E Plus
insulation appraisal software and a course example is presented that uses this software.

Agenda:

7:30 - 8:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:00 - 4:00

        • Introduction: Course objectives, DOE Steam Tool Suite
        • Boiler and steam systems
        • The Steam System Scoping Tool (SSST); overview and results
        • Steam generation efficiency: definitions and measurement
        • Steam generation efficiency: Shell loss, Blowdown loss
        • Steam System Assessment Tool (SSAT); overview and example
        • Steam generation efficiency: Stack losses, Case studies,
        • Resource utilization effectiveness: Fuel selection, Backpressure turbine operation, Condensing
           turbine operation, SSAT examples
        • Distribution system management: Steam leaks and Steam traps • Distribution system
           management: Insulation, 3EPlus software, Condensate recovery
        • Summary and Adjourn

CEUs: Toxics Use Reduction Planners, through MA DEP, (6 hours), Boiler Operators by Massachusetts
Public Safety Board through the National Association of Power Engineers Mass Chapter 4 (6 hours).




Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership                                                    Page 40 of 70
Progress Report 2003-2005                                                                  December 20, 2005
Training Title:         Energy Efficiency Improvements for the Plastics
                        Industry

Date:              February 1, 2005, 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Location:     Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel and Conference Center -
Fitchburg, MA
              Held in Conjunction with massPLASTICS 2005

Description: This half day program will focus on specific energy efficiency improvements and productivity
option for the plastics industry. Case studies from energy assessments and proven recommendations will
be given along with information on state of the art production alternatives for increased competition in a
global manufacturing market place. Contacts for technical and financial assistance will be provided.

Agenda:

8:30-9:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00 - 9:10 Introduction (Eric Winkler, Ph.D. Director MAEEP)

9:10 - 9:45 Optimizing Facility Plant Design - Scott Kroeger, Husky, Boston Office

9:45 - 10:20 Energy Savings and Productivity through Cooling System Optimization - Mike Rupp, Process
Cooling Inc. Networking Break

10:40 - 11:15 Best Practices in Plant Wide Energy Conservation - Beka Kosanovic, Ph.D., UMass
Industrial Assessment Center

11:15 - 11:50 Utility Incentive Programs, Success Stories11:50 - 12:00 Closeout, Evaluations, Door Prize,
Adjourn

CEUs: Inquire about other CEU’s




Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership                                                   Page 41 of 70
Progress Report 2003-2005                                                                 December 20, 2005
Training Title:         Best Practices in Fan System Efficiency A
                        USDOE Energy Efficiency Technical Training

Date:              February 17, 2005, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Location:          NSTAR Headquarter, Westwood, MA

Description: Optimizing industrial fan systems can take on many forms,
but any fan optimization project must meet the needs of the process. This 1-day workshop highlights the
benefits of fan system optimization and examines fan system performance characteristics and practical
issues concerning measurement data. The session introduces the DOE’s Fan System Assessment Tool
powerful analysis software that helps you quantify the potential benefits of configuring fan systems for
optimal performance; calculate the amount of energy use by your fan system, and estimate fan system
efficiency. Learn how the software works, what data is required for FSAT, and how to interpret
assessment results.

Agenda:

7:30 - Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:00 - Introduction
        1. The Benefits of Fan System Optimization
        2. The Costs of Fan Operation
        3. Fan and System Curve Interaction
        4. Fan System Efficiency
        5. Identifying Optimization Opportunities
        6. Fan System Assessment Tool Inputs
        7. Fan System Assessment Tool Outputs
        8. Summary and Conclusion

4:00 - Adjourn

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Training Title:         Electric Load Management Best Practices in
                        Energy Use for Commercial and Industrial
                        Facilities

Date:              April 28th, 2005, 8:00 am - 3:15 pm

Location:          NGRID Energy Institute, Westborough, MA

Description: This workshop is designed to provide energy managers and engineers with tools and
information to achieve operational savings through load management. Presentations will cover
BestPractices and resources available for both commercial and industrial facilities to achieve economic
and productivity gains through reduced energy use. Highlights include: load shed audits, process
identification and scheduling, and load response programs available through the electric utilities,
engineering firms and the New England Independent System Operator (ISONE).

Agenda:

8:00 – 8:30        Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30 – 8:40        Introduction
                   Eric Winkler, MAEEP- Umass Amherst

8:40 – 9:20        Demand Response- Load Management
                   Robert Laurita, NE-ISO

9:20 – 10:00       Utility Incentives
                   Managing Load Profile and Demand Response
                   Ron Gillooly, National Grid

Networking Break

10:25 – 11:55      Engineering Solutions and Deployment
                   Gary Espstein, Energy Resource Solutions
                   Dan Barbieri & Steve Carlson, RLW

11:55 – 12:45      Lunch

12:45 – 1:25       Industrial Energy Assessments
                   Beka Kosanovic & Michael Stocki, UMass- Industrial Assessment Center

1:25 – 2:45        Metering Technology
                   Barry Bragger, Power Measurement

                   Commercial & Industrial Sub Metering, Analysis, & Reporting
                   Tom Luthringer, Ziphany

2:45 – 3:00        Close out, Evaluations and Adjourn

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Progress Report 2003-2005                                                                 December 20, 2005
Training Title:         Energy Efficiency BestPractices in Motor
                        Management USDOE User Training in
                        MotorMaster+ Software

Date:              May 19, 2005, 7:30 am - 4:00 pm

Location:          NGRID Energy Institute, Westborough, MA

Description: This 1-day workshop helps facility personnel gain an understanding of electric motor
systems management and skills to help them manage motor systems for reduced energy cost and
increased reliability. The session covers technical and policy/procedure topics related to management of
motor systems. This includes evaluation and selection of the optimum motor for each application; motor
tracking inventory and maintenance actions; and development/use of guidelines or specifications for
motor repair and rewind. Electric power system and management of power transmission and driven loads
are covered in relation to motor operation and use. This session also identifies resources, such as
organizations, standards, guidebooks, and technical assistance providers that can help plant personnel
establish and manage industrial motor systems. In addition, the workshop provides an overview of DOE’s
MotorMaster+ (MM+) software and a demonstration of the tool’s basic functions and applications.

Agenda:

7:30-8:00 Registration and continental breakfast

8:00     Introduction
         USDOE Motor Programs – BestPractices
         Component vs. System Approach
         Motor Systems Management
         Motor Design and Construction
         Motor Efficiency and Standards
         Motor Selection and Application Cause and Prevention of Motor Failures
         Using Adjustable Speed Drives with Motors

12:00 Lunch

12:45    Interaction with the Electrical System
         Installing it Right
         Maintenance Requirements and Tracking
         Repair and Rewinding
         Motor Standards and Classification
         Resources to Assist in Motor Management
         MotorMaster+

4:00     Evaluation and Adjourn

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Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership                                                 Page 44 of 70
Progress Report 2003-2005                                                               December 20, 2005
Training Title:         Pump System Specialist Qualification Training - A
                        USDOE Energy Efficiency Industrial Technologies
                        BestPractices Training

Date:              June 8 - 9, 2005

Location:          University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA

Description: This workshop provides an in-depth discussion of energy efficiency factors for pumping
systems, with an emphasis on considering the system instead of just components. Indicators and
symptoms of potential energy reduction opportunities are discussed. Application and use of the Best
Practices, PSAT (Pumping System Assessment Tool) software will also be covered.

PSAT is a software program developed for the U.S. Department of Energy. Its purpose is to assist users
in assessing the extent of energy savings opportunities in pumping systems. PSAT relies on field
measurements of flow rate, head, and either motor power or current to perform the assessment. Using
algorithms from Hydraulic Institute standards and motor performance characteristics from the
MotorMaster database and other resources, PSAT quickly estimates existing pump and motor efficiency
and calculates potential energy and cost savings if the system was optimized. The PSAT workshop was
developed to introduce users to the software (a CD with the PSAT software is provided), and to provide
guidance on field measurement considerations. There are four general elements to the workshop:

1. An overview of pump, motor, adjustable speed drive, and fluid system performance characteristics
2. Practical issues involved in field measurements of fluid and electrical data
3. Use of the PSAT software, including hands-on, field activities and exercises
4. DOE PSAT Specialist Qualification exam.

The PSAT Specialist Qualification exam is a rigorous one and a half hour exercise designed to measure a
person’s overall knowledge of pump systems, not only the PSAT software. Participants who pass the
exam will be recognized on the BestPractices website as a Qualified PSAT Specialist.

Agenda:

Day 1
Registration 7:30 am - 7:55 am

Morning Session (8:00am - 12:00pm)

• Motor systems asset management
• Overview of:
        • Fluid systems
        • Pump, motor, and drive performance
        • Motor starting
        • Electric rate considerations
        • Common causes of degraded performance

Lunch (on-site, 45 minutes)

Afternoon Session (12:45pm - 5:00pm)

• Developing system curve estimates from field measurements
• Introduction to the PSAT program and supporting software tools
• System and pump head exercises
• Field measurements of fluid and electrical parameters
• Valve characteristics review and use of the valve software tool
• Field and demonstration loop exercises
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• Homework assignment

Dinner (On-Site)

Evening Session (strictly optional) Instructor will be available for informal discussion and questions after
       dinner

Day 2

Morning Session (8:00am - 12:00pm)

• Review of homework
• Transfer field/demo loop data into PSAT
• Estimating non-measurable parameters• PSAT-based case studies
• Exercises - paper and demo loop-based
• Review

Lunch (on-site, 45 minutes)

Afternoon Session (12:45pm - 1:50pm)

• Continue Review
• Questions, clarifications

Exam (2:00pm - 3:30pm

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Progress Report 2003-2005                                                                  December 20, 2005
Training Title:         Steam System Specialist Qualification Training A
                        USDOE Energy Efficiency Industrial Technologies
                        BestPractices Training

Date:              July 26, 27, 28 2005

Location:          University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA

Description: The primary goal of the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Steam System Specialist
Qualification workshop is to equip participants to be fluent in the appropriate use of the BestPractices
Steam Tools Suite, which includes the Steam System Scoping Tool (SSST), Steam System Assessment
Tool (SSAT), and Steam System Survey Guide. The 3E-Plus Insulation Appraisal software tool will also
be introduced. The workshop will be two-and-a-half days long. The first two days will cover the lesson
materials. Numerous in-class problems will be worked and discussed so that class participants will
understand the applicability and limitations of the BestPractices Steam Tools. On the third morning of the
workshop, the Specialist Qualification examination will be offered. Class participants that pass the
examination (85% examination grade or above) will be designated as BestPractices Steam Qualified
Specialists, and their names and contact information will be listed on the US DOE BestPractices website.

Agenda:

Day 1 (7:30 am - 6:00 pm)
• Introduction to basic calculations
• The Steam System Scoping Tool (SSST)
• Steam System Assessment Tool (SSAT) introduction
• SSAT model building
• SSAT turbine evaluation and modeling
• SSAT main project development
• Post-class session

Day 2 (7:30 am - 6:00 pm)
• General SSAT model components
• SSAT project evaluation
• Boiler-related projects
• Turbine-related projects
• Distribution system-related projects
• Marginal steam costs
• Combustion turbine assessment
• 3E-Plus
• Post-class session

Day 3 (7:30 am - 1:00 pm)
• Training review
• Examination materials
• Examination (Four hour time limit)

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Progress Report 2003-2005                                                                 December 20, 2005
Training Title: Fundamental of Compressed Air

Date:              September 15, 2005, 7:30 am - 4:30 pm

Location:          NGRID, Northborough, MA

Description: Make your company more profitable by getting smarter about compressed air. Through a
series of workshops, the Compressed Air Challenge® helps you evaluate your own systems and apply
proven techniques. Workshop participants will be able to achieve higher productivity, reduced
downtime, greater energy savings, increased product quality, and greater efficiency. Please join us for
our upcoming Fundamentals of Compressed Air Systems Workshop.

Agenda:

7:30 Continental Breakfast

8:00 - 12:00 Morning Session
  • Why care about air?
         - Compressed Air Challenge questionnaire
         - Pre-workshop assignment
  • Study your supply side
         - What is supply side?
         - Typical components of the supply system: compressors, controls, dryers, traps and drains, and
         filters
  • Understand your demands
         - What is the demand side?
         - Typical components of demand
         - Inappropriate uses of compressed air
         - Common leak locations and how to fix them
  • Are you on base?
         - Baseline basics and techniques

12:00 - 1:00 Lunch

1:00 - 4:30 Afternoon Session
  • Stay under control
         - Controls, part-load efficiency, and storage
         - Using controls - pros and cons
  • Maintain system efficiency
         - Simple, quick cost-cutting measures
         - System demand profile
  • Get with the plan
         - Seven-step action plan
         - Personal action plan


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Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership                                                  Page 48 of 70
Progress Report 2003-2005                                                                December 20, 2005
Training Title:         Pump System Optimizing Training
                        (Cancelled)

Date:              September 15, 2005 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Location:          Cape Cod Community College, Hyannis, MA

Description: The Pumping System Assessment Tool (PSAT) helps pump users assess the efficiency of
pumping system operations. PSAT uses achievable pump performance data from Hydraulic Institute
standards and motor performance data from the MotorMaster+ database to calculate potential energy and
associated cost savings.

PSAT was developed for the U.S. Department of Energy and relies on field measurements of flow rate,
head, and either motor power or current to perform the assessment. PSAT quickly estimates existing
pump and motor efficiency and calculates potential energy and cost savings.

Agenda:

7:30     Registration and Breakfast
8:20     Welcome and Introduction
8:35     Motor system asset management
9:30     Break
9:45     Overview of fluid systems - Fundamental fluid relationships, Static, dynamic head, Sources of
         friction,
10:05    Overview of pump performance characteristics, - Head, power, efficiency vs. flow rate, Affinity
         laws
10:30    Break
10:45    Overview of motor performance
10:50    Overview of ASD performance
1100     Developing a system performance curve from field measurements
11:20    Exercises – calculating system and pump heads; evaluating pump condition from fluid
         measurements
11:40    Pressure, flow rate, and speed measurements - instruments, misc. considerations
12:00    Lunch
1:00     Electrical measurements – safety; current, voltage, power
1:30     Data estimating when direct measurements are not available
1:50     Distinguishing measurements and requirements
2:20     Break
2:35     Using the PSAT software
3:25     Break/Evaluation and Door Prize
3:40     Application of the PSAT software to specific examples
4:30     Adjourn

CEUs: Approved by the Massachusetts Board of Certification of Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators 8
      Training Contact Hours. Approved by MA DEP for Toxics Use Planners. Inquire about other
      CEU’s.




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Progress Report 2003-2005                                                               December 20, 2005
Training Title:         Process Heating Assessment End-User
                        Training Workshop - State of the art tools to
                        improve process heating applications for
                        industrial facilities. (Cancelled)

Date:              October 13, 2005, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Location:          ECOTARIUM, Worcester, MA

Description: This 1-day workshop includes an introduction to process heating and process heating
equipment such as furnaces, ovens, dryers, heaters, kilns, etc., used by the industry, and application of
the Process Heating Assessment and Survey Tool (PHAST). PHAST provides an introduction to process
heating methods and tools to improve thermal effi ciency of heating equipment. The software provides
instructions on how to obtain the data for each step with commonly available instruments— without
affecting production. It also supplies data on the thermal properties of commonly processed materials.

Agenda:

9:00 - 9:30 Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:30 - 12:30 Morning Session

         • Introduction - Process Heating
         • Basics - Combustion, Heat Transfer, Emissions
         • Opportunities for Efficiency
            - Heat Generation
            - Heat Transfer

12:30 - 1:30 Lunch

1:30 - 4:30 Afternoon Session

         • Opportunities for Efficiency (cont.)
            - Waste Heat Recovery
            - Controls
         • Data Collection Equipment
         • Process Heat Assessment and Survey Tool (PHAST)
            - Presentation and Demonstration
         • Discussion and Feedback

CEUs: Approved for Continuing Education Credits for Boiler Operators by Massachusetts Public Safety
      Board through the National Association of Power Engineers (6 hours) and Massachusetts DEP
      Toxics Use Planners (6 hours)




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Progress Report 2003-2005                                                                December 20, 2005
Training Title:         Energy Efficiency BestPractices in Motor
                        Management USDOE User Training in
                        MotorMaster+ Software

Date:              October 28, 2005, 7:30 am - 4:00 pm

Location:          Springfield Technical Community College,. Springfield, MA

Description: This 1-day workshop helps facility personnel gain an understanding of electric motor
systems management and skills to help them manage motor systems for reduced energy cost and
increased reliability. The session covers technical and policy/procedure topics related to management of
motor systems. This includes evaluation and selection of the optimum motor for each application; motor
tracking inventory and maintenance actions; and development/use of guidelines or specifications for
motor repair and rewind. Electric power system and management of power transmission and driven loads
are covered in relation to motor operation and use. This session also identifies resources, such as
organizations, standards, guidebooks, and technical assistance providers that can help plant personnel
establish and manage industrial motor systems. In addition, the workshop provides an overview of DOE’s
MotorMaster+ (MM+) software and a demonstration of the tool’s basic functions and applications.

Agenda:

7:30-8:00 Registration and continental breakfast

8:00     Introduction
         USDOE Motor Programs – BestPractices
         Component vs. System Approach
         Motor Systems Management
         Motor Design and Construction
         Motor Efficiency and Standards
         Motor Selection and Application Cause and Prevention of Motor Failures
         Using Adjustable Speed Drives with Motors

12:00 Lunch

12:45    Interaction with the Electrical System
         Installing it Right
         Maintenance Requirements and Tracking
         Repair and Rewinding
         Motor Standards and Classification
         Resources to Assist in Motor Management
         MotorMaster+

4:00     Evaluation and Adjourn

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Progress Report 2003-2005                                                               December 20, 2005
Training Title:         Best Practices in Fan System Efficiency A
                        USDOE Energy Efficiency Technical Training

Date:              December 13, 2005, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Location:          Springfield Technical Community College,. Springfield,
MA


Description: Optimizing industrial fan systems can take on many forms, but any fan optimization project
must meet the needs of the process. This 1-day workshop highlights the benefits of fan system
optimization and examines fan system performance characteristics and practical issues concerning
measurement data. The session introduces the DOE’s Fan System Assessment Tool powerful analysis
software that helps you quantify the potential benefits of configuring fan systems for optimal performance;
calculate the amount of energy use by your fan system, and estimate fan system efficiency. Learn how
the software works, what data is required for FSAT, and how to interpret assessment results.

Agenda:

7:30 - Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:00 - Introduction
        1. The Benefits of Fan System Optimization
        2. The Costs of Fan Operation
        3. Fan and System Curve Interaction
        4. Fan System Efficiency
        5. Identifying Optimization Opportunities
        6. Fan System Assessment Tool Inputs
        7. Fan System Assessment Tool Outputs
        8. Summary and Conclusion

4:00 - Adjourn

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APPENDIX B Complete Listing of Program Participants by Company and
Affiliation
NSTAR
 Company                                City, State           Registrati   Affiliation   Events Involved
                                                              ons
 Acushent Company                       North Dartmouth, MA       4        NSTAR         EMS1 [1] PSAT042 [1] STEAM 2003
                                                                                         [1] LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Acushnet Company                       Fairhaven, MA             5        NSTAR         EMS1 [3] PSAT042 [1]
                                                                                         LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Alkermes, Inc.                         Cambridge, MA             8        NSTAR         EMS1 [2] MOTORSWE [1] PSAT042
                                                                                         [2] STEAM051 [1]
                                                                                         LOADMANAGEMENT051 [2]
 American Seafoods International        New Bedford, MA           4        NSTAR         CAC05 [2] CHILLER04 [2]
 Americold Logistics                    Boston, MA                2        NSTAR         MOTORSWE [1] PSAT04 [1]
 Aqualine Resources, Inc.               Waltham, MA               1        NSTAR         STEAM04 [1]
 Aramark/Cape Cod Hospital              Hyannis, MA               1        NSTAR         PHAST04AM [1]
 Armstrong International                Canton, MA                1        NSTAR         STEAM 2003 [1]
 AT&T                                   South Boston, MA          1        NSTAR         PSAT04 [1]
 B2Q                                    Boxborough, MA            1        NSTAR         PHAST05 [1]
 BAE Systems MA                         Lexington, ma             1        NSTAR         LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Bay State Paper Co.                    Boston, MA                2        NSTAR         PSAT04 [1] STEAM 2003 [1]
 BCM Controls Corp                      Woburn, MA                2        NSTAR         EMS1 [2]
 Beacon Capital Partners                Boston, MA                1        NSTAR         PSAT04 [1]
 Bentley College                        Waltham, ma               1        NSTAR         LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 BMC Controls Corp                      Woburn, MA                1        NSTAR         EMS1 [1]
 Boston Medical Center                  Boston, MA                1        NSTAR         CHILLER04 [1]
 Boston Properties                      Waltham, MA               7        NSTAR         CHILLER04 [2] FSAT05 [1] FSAT052
                                                                                         [1] MOTORS052 [1] STEAM051 [1]
                                                                                         LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Boston Public Schools                  Dorchester, MA            2        NSTAR         STEAM04 [2]
 Boston Sand & Gravel                   Boston, MA                1        NSTAR         MOTORSWE [1]
 Boston University                      Boston, MA                2        NSTAR         EMS1 [2]
 Brandeis University                    Waltham, MA               1        NSTAR         LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Brigham and Women's Hospital           Boston, MA                1        NSTAR         EMS1 [1]
 Brook House Condominiums               Brookline, MA             2        NSTAR         CHILLER04 [2]
 Building Climate Design-Consulting     Newton, MA                1        NSTAR         STEAM 2003 [1]
 Engineers
 Building Technology Engineers          Boston, MA                2        NSTAR         STEAM 2003 [1]
                                                                                         LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Building Technology Engineers, Inc.    Boston, MA                1        NSTAR         LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Butterfield Environmental Corp         Plymouth, MA              1        NSTAR         PHAST04WA [1]
 Cadmus                                 Watertown, MA             1        NSTAR         EMS1 [1]
 Cape Light Compact                     Barnstable, MA            1        NSTAR         CHILLER 09-16 [1]
 CB Richard Ellis                       Billerica, MA             3        NSTAR         CHILLER 09-18 [1] PSAT04 [2]
 CBEG -NE                               Boston, MA                8        NSTAR         CHILLER04 [1] EMS1 [1] FSAT05 [1]
                                                                                         MOTORSWE [1] PSAT04 [1]
                                                                                         STEAM051 [1] STEAMQS [1]
                                                                                         PSATQS051 [1]
 CDI Meters, Inc                        Belmont, MA               1        NSTAR         ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 CEE                                    Boston, MA                5        NSTAR         EMS1 [1] MOTORSWE [1]
                                                                                         MOTORS051 [1] PSAT04 [2]
 Chomerics                              Woburn, MA                1        NSTAR         CHILLER 09-16 [1]
 City of New Bedford, Dept.of Public    East Freetown, MA        10        NSTAR         PSAT04 [5] PSAT042 [5]
 Infrastructure




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 CLF Ventures, Conservation Law         Boston, MA         1    NSTAR   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Foundation
 Commonwealth of Mass. - OTA            Boston, MA         1    NSTAR   MOTORSWE [1]
 Conservation Solution Corporation      Acton, MA          10   NSTAR   CHILLER 09-16 [1] CHILLER 09-17
                                                                        [1] CHILLER 09-18 [1] ENERGY
                                                                        EXPO 2003 [1] STEAM 2003 [2]
                                                                        STEAM04 [2] STEAMQS [2]
 Consortium for Energy Efficiency       Boston, MA         1    NSTAR   CHILLER 09-16 [1]
 Cummings Properties                    Woburn, MA         1    NSTAR   CHILLER 09-16 [1]
 DartmouthWater Division                Dartmouth, MA      2    NSTAR   PSAT042 [2]
 Del-Jen, Inc.                          Bedford, MA        6    NSTAR   EMS1 [3] STEAM051 [3]
 DMI                                    Newton, MA         1    NSTAR   CHILLER 09-18 [1]
 DMJM+HARRIS                            Boston, MA         2    NSTAR   FSAT05 [1] MOTORSWE [1]
 Dorchester Electric Motor Co. Inc.     Dorchester, MA     1    NSTAR   FSAT05 [1]
 EMCOR % Novartis                       Cambridge, MA      1    NSTAR   STEAM051 [1]
 EMCOR Facilities Services              Boston, MA         6    NSTAR   CHILLER04 [3] MOTORS052 [1]
                                                                        PSAT04 [2]
 Energy Economics, Inc.                 Natick, MA         1    NSTAR   CAC05 [1]
 Energy Engineering and Design          Framingham, MA     1    NSTAR   STEAM04 [1]
 Environmental Health & Engineering     Newton, MA         3    NSTAR   EMS1 [1] MOTORSWE [1] PSAT03-
                                                                        12 [1]
 Equity Office Properties               Boston, MA         3    NSTAR   CHILLER04 [3]
 ERG                                    Boston, MA         1    NSTAR   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Federal Aviation Administration        Burlington, MA     1    NSTAR   EMS1 [1]
 Federal Reserve Bank of Boston         Boston, MA         2    NSTAR   CAC05 [1] PSAT052 [1]
 Ferriter Scobbo & Rodophele PC         Boston, MA         2    NSTAR   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
                                                                        NECHPI2005 [1]
 Fidelity Investments                   Boston, MA         2    NSTAR   EMS1 [1] MOTORSWE [1]
 Forest City Enterprises                Cambridge, MA      1    NSTAR   CHILLER04 [1]
 Fujifilm Microdisks USA, Inc           Bedford, MA        1    NSTAR   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Gas Technology institute               Needham, MA        2    NSTAR   CHILLER 09-16 [1] ENERGY EXPO
                                                                        2003 [1]
 General Dynamics                       Needham, MA        4    NSTAR   EMS1 [3] LOADMANAGEMENT051
                                                                        [1]
 GENERAL DYNAMICS                       Needham, MA        1    NSTAR   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Genzyme                                Cambridge, MA      6    NSTAR   CHILLER 09-18 [4] ENERGY EXPO
                                                                        2003 [1] MOTORSWE [1]
 Gillette Co.                           Boston, MA         3    NSTAR   CHILLER 09-16 [1] STEAM 2003 [1]
                                                                        MOTORSWE [1]
 Gourley Company                        Waltham, MA        3    NSTAR   CHILLER 09-16 [1] STEAM04 [2]
 Greater New Bedford Regional           New Bedford, MA    2    NSTAR   MOTORS052 [2]
 Vocational Technical
 Haartz Corp.                           Acton, MA          5    NSTAR   FSAT052 [1] PHAST04WA [2]
                                                                        PLASTICS051 [2]
 Harvard Busines School                 Boston, MA         1    NSTAR   CHILLER04 [1]
 Harvard Business School                Boston, MA         7    NSTAR   CHILLER04 [1] EMS1 [2]
                                                                        MOTORSWE [1] STEAM04 [3]
 Harvard Green Campus Initiative        Cambridge, MA      3    NSTAR   EMS1 [2] MOTORS051 [1]
 Harvard University - OEB               Cambridge, MA      1    NSTAR   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Harvard University HRES - U&C          Cambridge, MA      1    NSTAR   EMS1 [1]
 Hayes Pump Inc.                        West Concord, MA   2    NSTAR   PSAT 03-11 [2]
 Hill Energy Services                   Needham, MA        1    NSTAR   CHILLER04 [1]
 Hollingsworth & Vose Co.               East Walpole, MA   2    NSTAR   MOTORSWE [1] PSAT04 [1]
 Interstate Brands Co.                  New Bedford, MA    1    NSTAR   STEAM 2003 [1]
 ITW Foilmark                           Newburyport, MA    2    NSTAR   MOTORS052 [1] CAC05 [1]



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 Johnson Controls, Inc                  Lynnfield, MA       1    NSTAR   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Keyspan Energy Delivery                Waltham, MA         42   NSTAR   CHILLER 09-16 [1] CHILLER04 [1]
                                                                         EMS1 [3] ENERGY EXPO 2003 [2]
                                                                         PHAST04WA [2] PLASTICS041 [1]
                                                                         STEAM 2003 [2] STEAM04 [19]
                                                                         STEAM051 [3] NECHPI2005 [3]
                                                                         PLASTICS051 [5]
 Liberty Mutual Ins. Co.                Boston, MA          1    NSTAR   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Liberty Mutual Insurance               Boston, Ma          1    NSTAR   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Linc Facility Services                 New Bedford, MA     2    NSTAR   STEAM051 [2]
 M. J. Bradley & Associates, Inc.       Concord, MA         1    NSTAR   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 MA Division of Energy Resources        Boston, MA          7    NSTAR   EMS1 [2] ENERGY EXPO 2003 [2]
                                                                         FSAT052 [1]
                                                                         LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
                                                                         NECHPI2005 [1]
 Marshfield Wastewater Treatment        Brant Rock, MA      2    NSTAR   PSAT04 [1] PSAT042 [1]
 Facility
 Mass Bay Commuter Rail                 Somerville, MA      1    NSTAR   CAC05 [1]
 Mass Energy                            Boston, MA          2    NSTAR   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [2]
 Mass. Institute of Tech.               Cambridge, MA       1    NSTAR   CHILLER04 [1]
 Massachusetts Energy Consumers         Jamaica Plain, MA   1    NSTAR   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Alliance
 Massachusetts Institute of             Cambridge, MA       3    NSTAR   EMS1 [1] PSAT04 [1] STEAM04 [1]
 Technology
 Massachusetts Office of Technical      Boston, MA          30   NSTAR   CHILLER 09-16 [2] CHILLER 09-17
 Assistance                                                              [1] CHILLER 09-18 [4] EMS1 [2]
                                                                         ENERGY EXPO 2003 [2] FSAT05 [1]
                                                                         MOTORSWE [2] PHAST04WA [3]
                                                                         PHAST05 [1] PSAT 03-11 [5]
                                                                         PSAT03-12 [1] STEAM 2003 [1]
                                                                         STEAM04 [2] STEAM051 [1]
                                                                         LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
                                                                         PLASTICS051 [1]
 Medway Public School                   Medway, MA          2    NSTAR   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [2]
 Millennium Place Primary               Boston, MA          7    NSTAR   CHILLER04 [2] EMS1 [2] FSAT05 [1]
 Condominium                                                             PSAT042 [2]
 Millipore Corp                         Bedford, MA         5    NSTAR   EMS1 [2] FSAT05 [1] MOTORSWE
                                                                         [2]
 Minuteman Tech. High School            Lexington, MA       1    NSTAR   EMS1 [1]
 MIT                                    Cambridge, MA       2    NSTAR   STEAM04 [1]
                                                                         LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 MITRE                                  Bedford, MA         2    NSTAR   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
                                                                         PSATQS051 [1]
 Museum of Fine Arts                    Boston, MA          6    NSTAR   CHILLER 09-16 [1] EMS1 [5]
 Museum of Science                      Boston, MA          16   NSTAR   CHILLER 09-16 [2] CHILLER04 [2]
                                                                         EMS1 [2] MOTORSWE [2] PSAT03-
                                                                         12 [2] PSAT04 [2] PSAT042 [2]
                                                                         STEAM04 [2]
 MWRA                                   Boston, MA          1    NSTAR   PSAT03-12 [1]
 N.B. WaterWastewater Dept.             New Bedford, MA     3    NSTAR   PSAT03-12 [2] PSAT04 [1]
 NESCAUM                                Boston, MA          2    NSTAR   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
                                                                         NECHPI2005 [1]
 New England Plastics Corp              Woburn, MA          1    NSTAR   PLASTICS051 [1]
 Northeast Gas Association              Needham, MA         1    NSTAR   STEAM 2003 [1]
 Northeast Resource Group Inc.          Plymouth, MA        2    NSTAR   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [2]
 (NRG)
 Northeast States for Coordinated Air   Boston, MA          1    NSTAR   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Use Management (NESCAUM)
 Northeastern University                Boston, MA          3    NSTAR   STEAM 2003 [3]



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 NSTAR Electric & Gas Corporation       Westwood, MA         78   NSTAR   CAC05 [1] CHILLER 09-16 [5]
                                                                          CHILLER 09-18 [2] CHILLER04 [13]
                                                                          EMS1 [11] ENERGY EXPO 2003
                                                                          [13] FSAT05 [5] MOTORSWE [5]
                                                                          MOTORS052 [1] PHAST04WA [8]
                                                                          PSAT03-12 [2] PSAT04 [5] PSAT052
                                                                          [1] STEAM051 [3]
                                                                          LOADMANAGEMENT051 [2]
                                                                          PLASTICS051 [4] MOTORS051 [1]
 Office of Commonwealth                 Boston, MA           1    NSTAR   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Development
 Old Rochester Regional Schools         Mattapoisett, MA     2    NSTAR   CHILLER04 [2]
 Olin Aegis                             New Bedford, MA      1    NSTAR   PHAST04WA [1]
 Olin college                           Needham, MA          1    NSTAR   EMS1 [1]
 ORRSD                                  Mattapoisett, MA     1    NSTAR   CHILLER04 [1]
 Peregrine Energy Group                 Boston, MA           1    NSTAR   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 PJKEATING                              Acushnet, MA         2    NSTAR   PSAT042 [2]
 Plymouth Rubber Company                Canton, MA           1    NSTAR   EMS1 [1]
 Pojasek & Associates                   East Arlington, MA   1    NSTAR   STEAM 2003 [1]
 Polaroid                               New Bedford, MA      1    NSTAR   CAC05 [1]
 Polaroid Corp.                         New Bedford, MA      1    NSTAR   CAC05 [1]
 Polaroid Corporation                   Waltham, MA          2    NSTAR   MOTORS052 [2]
 Revere Copper Products                 New Bedford, MA      7    NSTAR   FSAT05 [1] PSAT04 [2] STEAM
                                                                          2003 [2] STEAM04 [2]
 Scituate Public Schools                Scituate, MA         1    NSTAR   PSAT03-12 [1]
 Select Energy Services, Inc.           Natick, MA           11   NSTAR   CHILLER 09-16 [4] CHILLER04 [1]
                                                                          PLASTICS041 [2] PSAT04 [1]
                                                                          PSAT042 [1] STEAM04 [1]
                                                                          STEAM051 [2] ENERGY EXPO 2003
                                                                          [1] STEAMQS [1]
 Shooshanian Engineering Inc.           Boston, MA           2    NSTAR   CHILLER 09-16 [1] CHILLER 09-18
                                                                          [1]
 Siemens Building Technologies          Canton, MA           1    NSTAR   PSAT042 [1]
 Sierra Club                            East Boston, MA      1    NSTAR   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Spaulding & Slye LLC                   Cambridge, MA        2    NSTAR   EMS1 [1] PHAST04WA [1]
 Spaulding and Slye                     Boston, MA           3    NSTAR   CHILLER04 [1] MOTORSWE [1]
                                                                          PSAT04 [1]
 St. Elizabeths Medical Center          Boston, MA           1    NSTAR   CHILLER04 [1]
 Tecogen                                Waltham, MA          8    NSTAR   CHILLER 09-16 [2] CHILLER 09-17
                                                                          [1] CHILLER 09-18 [1] ENERGY
                                                                          EXPO 2003 [4]
 Teradyne, Inc.                         Boston, MA           2    NSTAR   EMS1 [1] ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 The Gillette Company                   Boston, MA           2    NSTAR   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [2]
 The Royal Sonesta Hotel                Cambridge, MA        1    NSTAR   EMS1 [1]
 Three-C Electrical Co., Inc.           Ashland, MA          1    NSTAR   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Titleist                               No. Dartmouth, MA    2    NSTAR   PSAT042 [1]
                                                                          LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Tobey Hospital                         Wareham, MA          1    NSTAR   EMS1 [1]
 Town of Barnstable                     Hyannis, MA          2    NSTAR   CHILLER04 [2]
 Town of Bedford Facilities Dept        Bedford, MA          1    NSTAR   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Town of Dartmouth                      So. Dartmouth, MA    2    NSTAR   PSAT042 [2]
 Town of Falmouth                       Falmouth, MA         1    NSTAR   MOTORSWE [1]
 Town of Plymouth                       Plymouth, MA         1    NSTAR   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Trammell Crow Company                  Boston, MA           4    NSTAR   EMS1 [2] FSAT05 [1] PSAT04 [1]
 Trigen Boston                          Boston, MA           1    NSTAR   STEAM 2003 [1]




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 Trinidad Engineering                   Natick, MA            1    NSTAR   CHILLER04 [1]
 Tri-Town Septage Treatment Plant       Orleans, MA           2    NSTAR   PSAT052 [2]
 U.S. Department of Energy              Boston, MA            9    NSTAR   CHILLER 09-17 [1] CHILLER 09-18
                                                                           [1] ENERGY EXPO 2003 [4] PSAT04
                                                                           [1] STEAM04 [1] NECHPI2005 [1]
 UMASS-Dartmouth                        North Dartmouth, MA   6    NSTAR   EMS1 [2] FSAT05 [1] STEAM051 [2]
                                                                           LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 US Army Soldier Systems Center         Natick, MA            4    NSTAR   CHILLER 09-16 [4]
 US Dept. of Energy                     Boston, MA            20   NSTAR   CAC05 [1] CHILLER 09-16 [2]
                                                                           CHILLER 09-17 [1] CHILLER 09-18
                                                                           [1] CHILLER04 [1] EMS1 [2]
                                                                           ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
                                                                           MOTORSWE [1] MOTORS051 [1]
                                                                           PHAST04AM [1] PHAST04WA [1]
                                                                           PLASTICS041 [1] PSAT03-12 [1]
                                                                           STEAM051 [1] STEAMQS [1]
                                                                           LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
                                                                           PLASTICS051 [1] PSATQS051 [1]
 US Filter                              Plymouth, MA          3    NSTAR   PSAT03-12 [3]
 Vanderweil                             Boston, MA            2    NSTAR   FSAT05 [2]
 W.R.Grace & Company                    Cambridge, MA         1    NSTAR   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Waltham Public Schools                 Waltham, MA           1    NSTAR   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Wentworth Institute of Technology      Boston, MA            10   NSTAR   CHILLER 09-16 [2] CHILLER 09-17
                                                                           [3] MOTORSWE [1] MOTORS051 [3]
                                                                           LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 West Concord WWTP                      Concord, MA           1    NSTAR   PSAT 03-11 [1]
 Weston Public Schools                  Weston, MA            1    NSTAR   EMS1 [1]
 Woods Hole Oceanographic               Woods Hole, MA        2    NSTAR   CHILLER04 [1] EMS1 [1]
 woods hole oceanographic institution   Woods Hole, MA        2    NSTAR   STEAM051 [2]

 Wyeth                                  Cambridge, MA         8    NSTAR   MOTORSWE [2] MOTORS051 [4]
                                                                           LOADMANAGEMENT051 [2]
 Zapotec Energy                         Cambridge, MA         1    NSTAR   EMS1 [1]




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Complete Listing of Program Participants by Company and Affiliation
National Grid
 Company                          City, State         Registrations   Affiliation   Events Involved
 A.J. Wright                      Fall River, MA           1          NGRID         EMS1 [1]
 Aaron Industries Corp.           Leominster, MA           1          NGRID         PLASTICS051 [1]
 Abbot Bioresearch Center         Worcester, MA            3          NGRID         PSAT03-12 [3]
 Alliant Energy - Cogenex         Lowell, MA               2          NGRID         PHAST04WA [1] PSAT04 [1]
 Alpha Chemical Services, Inc.    Stoughton, MA            1          NGRID         PHAST04WA [1]
 Alpha Rho Inc                    Fitchburg, MA            1          NGRID         PLASTICS051 [1]
 AlphaGary Corp                   Leominster, MA           3          NGRID         PSAT03-12 [3]
 AlphaGary Corporation            Leominster, MA           1          NGRID         PLASTICS051 [1]
 Ameresco, Inc.                   Framingham, MA           2          NGRID         EMS1 [1] MOTORS052 [1]
 American Saw & Mfg. Co.          East Longmeadow,         8          NGRID         CHILLER 09-17 [3] PSAT 03-11 [1]
                                  MA                                                PSAT03-12 [2] MOTORS052[2]
 AmeriPride Services, Inc.        Worcester, MA            2          NGRID         STEAM04 [2]
 Andelman and Lelek               Norwood, MA              1          NGRID         EMS1 [1]
 Engineering
 Aramark Facility Services        Norwell, MA              1          NGRID         MOTORS051 [1]
 Arrow Energy Inc.                Lowell, MA               3          NGRID         EMS1 [1] MOTORSWE [1] STEAM051
                                                                                    [1]
 Aspen Systems Corporation        Worcester, MA            1          NGRID         CHILLER 09-18 [1]
 AstraZeneca                      Westborough, MA          3          NGRID         PHAST04WA [1] STEAM051 [2]
 Bermer Tool & Die Co.,Inc.       Southbridge, MA          1          NGRID         MOTORS051 [1]
 Big Y                            Shrewsbury, MA           1          NGRID         LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Blackstone Valley Reg Voc H/S    Upton, Ma                1          NGRID         MOTORS051 [1]
 Brockton Hospital                Brockton, MA             1          NGRID         CAC05 [1]
 Brooks School                    North Andover, MA        2          NGRID         EMS1 [2]
 Bunzl Extrusion of MA            Athol, MA                1          NGRID         EMS1 [1]
 C ytyc Corporation               Marlborough, MA          1          NGRID         FSAT05 [1]
 Carlin Combustion                East Longmeadow,         1          NGRID         MOTORS051 [1]
                                  MA
 Charm Sciences Inc.              Lawrence, MA             2          NGRID         PSAT03-12 [2]
 City of Beverly DPS              Beverly, MA              1          NGRID         PSAT03-12 [1]
 City of Marlboro                 Marlboro, MA             1          NGRID         PSAT03-12 [1]
 Clark University                 Worcester, MA            2          NGRID         CHILLER04 [2]
 Classic Envelope, Inc            Whitinsville, MA         2          NGRID         MOTORS051 [2]
 Clinton School System            Clinton, MA              1          NGRID         PSAT03-12 [1]
 Cogenex                          Lowell, MA               1          NGRID         STEAM 2003 [1]
 Compressed Air Tech              Shutesbury, MA           2          NGRID         PHAST04AM [1] PSAT 03-11 [1]
 Conservation Services Group      Westborough, MA          1          NGRID         ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Cranston Print Works Co.         Wenster, MA              4          NGRID         CHILLER04 [1] MOTORSWE [1]
                                                                                    PSAT03-12 [1] PSAT042 [1]
 Creative Paper, Inc              Worcester, MA            1          NGRID         PHAST04WA [1]
 Cri-Tech Inc.                    Hanover, MA              1          NGRID         EMS1 [1]
 CRS Steam Inc                    Gardner, MA              1          NGRID         STEAM 2003 [1]
 CSG Services, Inc.               Westborough, MA          3          NGRID         CHILLER 09-18 [2] STEAM04 [1]
 Eastern Bank                     Lynn, MA                 1          NGRID         FSAT05 [1]
 Electroswitch Corp.              Rockland, MA             2          NGRID         MOTORS051 [2]
 EMC                              Franklin, MA             8          NGRID         CHILLER 09-18 [4] FSAT05 [2]
                                                                                    MOTORSWE [1] MOTORS051 [1]
 EMC2                             Hopkinton, MA            1          NGRID         EMS1 [1]



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 EMCI                             Shrewsbury, MA        2   NGRID   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [2]
 Emcor                            Marlborough, MA       2   NGRID   CAC05 [2]
 Energy & Resource Solutions      Haverhill, MA         7   NGRID   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1] FSAT05 [1]
                                                                    PHAST04WA [1] PSAT04 [1] STEAM04
                                                                    [1] LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
                                                                    PSATQS051 [1]
 Energy Conservation              Hanson, MA            1   NGRID   EMS1 [1]
 Energy Economics, Inc            Foxboro, MA           2   NGRID   CAC05 [1] STEAM04 [1]
 Energy Efficiency Systems        Westboro, MA          1   NGRID   STEAM051 [1]
 Energy Machinery, Inc.           Dudley, MA            2   NGRID   CAC05 [1] PLASTICS051 [1]
 Energy New England               Foxboro, MA           2   NGRID   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [2]
 Engineering Technologies         Hopkinton, MA         1   NGRID   FSAT05 [1]
 group, Inc.
 Environmental Advisor            Dudley, MA            1   NGRID   PHAST04WA [1]
 Associates
 Environmental Control            Oxford, MA            1   NGRID   CHILLER 09-18 [1]
 Services, Inc.
 Equipment Direct Sales Inc.      Avon, MA              3   NGRID   CHILLER 09-16 [1] CHILLER 09-17 [1]
                                                                    CHILLER 09-18 [1]
 Etc. Group Inc                   Williamstown, MA      3   NGRID   EMS1 [1] ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
                                                                    FSAT052 [1]
 Fairfield Farm Kitchens          Brockton, MA          5   NGRID   EMS1 [1] MOTORS051 [2] STEAM051
                                                                    [2]
 Fall River School Dept.          Fall River, MA        2   NGRID   CHILLER 09-18 [2]
 Fibertec Inc.                    Bridgewater, MA       1   NGRID   FSAT05 [1]
 Five Colleges, Inc.              Northampton, MA       2   NGRID   STEAM051 [1] STEAMQS [1]
 FLIR Systems                     North Billerica, MA   1   NGRID   MOTORS051 [1]
 Foodmaster Supermarkets          Chelsea, MA           2   NGRID   EMS1 [2]
 Foxboro/Invensys                 Foxboro, MA           6   NGRID   CHILLER 09-18 [1] EMS1 [2]
                                                                    MOTORSWE [1] STEAM051 [2]
 Framingham State College         Framingham, MA        6   NGRID   EMS1 [1] MOTORSWE [1] PSAT04 [1]
                                                                    PSAT042 [1] STEAM04 [1]
                                                                    LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Franklin Paint Company           Franklin, MA          1   NGRID   STEAM051 [1]
 Franklin Sports                  Stoughton, MA         2   NGRID   EMS1 [1] FSAT05 [1]
 G.E. Roberts Assoc, Inc          Salisbury, MA         1   NGRID   EMS1 [1]
 GE Aircraft Engines              Lynn, MA              3   NGRID   STEAM04 [1] STEAM051 [2]
 Gillette Stadium                 Foxborough, MA        4   NGRID   EMS1 [1] LOADMANAGEMENT051 [3]

 GKN Sinter Metals                Worcester, MA         4   NGRID   PHAST04AM [2] PHAST04WA [2]
 Grafton Job Corps Center         N. Grafton, MA        1   NGRID   CHILLER 09-18 [1]
 Gridcom                          Westboro, MA          1   NGRID   MOTORSWE [1]
 H2O Applied Technologies         Norwood, MA           2   NGRID   CHILLER 09-16 [2]
 Hasbro Games                     East Longmeadow,      2   NGRID   CHILLER 09-17 [1] MOTORS052 [1]
                                  MA
 Haverhill Paperboard             Bradford, MA          4   NGRID   MOTORSWE [2] STEAM 2003 [2]
 Haywood Hospital                 Gardiner, MA          1   NGRID   PHAST04AM [1]
 HealthAlliance                   Leominster, MA        3   NGRID   CHILLER 09-18 [3]
 Heinrich Decals INC.             Worcester, MA         2   NGRID   MOTORS051 [1] STEAM051 [1]
 Holy Family Hospital             Methuen, MA           1   NGRID   CHILLER 09-16 [1]
 honeywell                        north easton, MA      1   NGRID   PHAST05 [1]
 Honeywell DMC Services, Inc.     N. Easton, MA         6   NGRID   CHILLER 09-16 [2] EMS1 [1]
                                                                    MOTORSWE [1] PHAST05 [1]
                                                                    STEAM04 [1]




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 Horizon Wire and Cable            Leominster, MA     1   NGRID   CAC05 [1]
 Husky Injection Molding           Westford, MA       3   NGRID   PLASTICS041 [1] PLASTICS051 [2]
 Systems, Ltd.
 Hyde Tools                        Southbridge, MA    1   NGRID   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Ibc Corp.                         South Easton, MA   1   NGRID   MOTORSWE [1]
 ID Biomedical of Northborough     Northborough, MA   1   NGRID   MOTORS051 [1]
 Incom, Inc.                       Charlton, MA       3   NGRID   CHILLER 09-18 [1] MOTORSWE [1]
                                                                  PHAST04AM [1]
 Interface Fabrics                 Douglas, MA        1   NGRID   STEAM051 [1]
 Invensys Systems, Inc.            Foxboro, MA        5   NGRID   CHILLER 09-18 [2] EMS1 [1]
                                                                  MOTORSWE [1] STEAM051 [1]
 James K. Rogers Consulting        Chelmsford, MA     1   NGRID   MOTORSWE [1]
 Johnson & Seaman                  Auburn, MA         4   NGRID   CHILLER 09-18 [1] CHILLER04 [2]
 Engineering, Inc.                                                EMS1 [1]
 Jones Lang LaSalle                Everett, MA        1   NGRID   EMS1 [1]
 Jordan's Furniture                Avon, MA           1   NGRID   CHILLER 09-18 [1]
 Kayem Foods Inc                   Chelsea, MA        5   NGRID   PSAT03-12 [4] STEAM04 [1]
 Kens Foods, Inc                   Marlborough, MA    1   NGRID   PSAT03-12 [1]
 King Printing Co., Inc.           Lowell, MA         1   NGRID   MOTORSWE [1]
 KomTeK                            Worcester, MA      1   NGRID   PHAST04WA [1]
 Kronos Incorporated               Chelmsford, MA     2   NGRID   EMS1 [2]
 Lantor Inc.                       Bellingham, MA     1   NGRID   PHAST04WA [1]
 Lawrence General Hospital         Lawrence, MA       2   NGRID   CHILLER 09-18 [1] CHILLER04 [1]
 LENOX                             East Longmeadow,   3   NGRID   MOTORS052 [3]
                                   MA
 Lowell National Historical Park   Lowell, MA         2   NGRID   CHILLER 09-16 [1] EMS1 [1]
 M/A-COM                           Lowell, MA         3   NGRID   CHILLER 09-16 [1] CHILLER 09-18 [1]
                                                                  FSAT05 [1]
 MA Dept. of Education             Malden, MA         1   NGRID   CHILLER04 [1]
 Majilite Manufacturing            Lowell, MA         1   NGRID   CHILLER 09-16 [1]
 Massachusetts Container Corp      Marlborough, MA    1   NGRID   STEAM04 [1]
 Massachusetts Electric            Leominster, MA     1   NGRID   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Company (National Grid)
 Massachusetts Manufacturing       Worcester, MA      1   NGRID   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Extension Partnership
 Massachusetts MEP                 Worcester, MA      4   NGRID   CHILLER 09-16 [1] CHILLER 09-17 [1]
                                                                  CHILLER 09-18 [1] ENERGY EXPO
                                                                  2003 [1]
 Massachusetts Water               Winthrop, MA       2   NGRID   PSAT042 [2]
 Resources Authority
 MCCANN TECHNICAL                  NORTH ADAMS, MA    2   NGRID   MOTORS051 [2]
 SCHOOL
 MECo                              Somerset, MA       4   NGRID   CHILLER04 [1] EMS1 [1] MOTORSWE
                                                                  [1] PSAT042 [1]
 Merrill/Daniels                   Everett, MA        2   NGRID   MOTORSWE [1] PSAT03-12 [1]
 Milton Bradley Co.                East LongMeadow,   1   NGRID   CHILLER 09-17 [1]
                                   MA
 Milton Cat, Power System          Milford, MA        2   NGRID   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1] NECHPI2005
 Division                                                         [1]
 Morgan Construction Co.           Worcester, MA      1   NGRID   MOTORS051 [1]
 Mykrolis Corp.                    Billerica, MA      3   NGRID   CHILLER04 [1] PSAT04 [2]
 Nashoba Regional School           Bolton, MA         2   NGRID   FSAT05 [2]
 District




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 National Grid                    North Andover, MA   7    NGRID   CHILLER04 [1] EMS1 [1] FSAT05 [1]
                                                                   MOTORSWE [1] PLASTICS041 [1]
                                                                   PSAT042 [1] PLASTICS051 [1]
 National Grid                    Northborough, MA    54   NGRID   CAC05 [2] CHILLER 09-17 [1] CHILLER
                                                                   09-18 [3] CHILLER04 [2] EMS1
                                                                   [5]FSAT05 [1] ENERGY EXPO 2003 [9]
                                                                   MOTORSWE [7] PHAST04AM
                                                                   [1]MOTORS051 [4] PLASTICS041 [1]
                                                                   PSAT03-12 [5] PSAT042 [4]
                                                                   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [3]
                                                                   NECHPI2005 [2] PLASTICS051 [3]
 Neescom                          Westborough, MA     2    NGRID   CHILLER 09-18 [1] MOTORSWE [1]
 New England Interstate Water     Lowell, MA          2    NGRID   MOTORSWE [1] PSAT042 [1]
 Pollution Control Com
 NORESCO                          Franklin, MA        1    NGRID   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 North Adams Regional Hospital    N. Adams, MA        1    NGRID   FSAT05 [1]
 Norwell Schools                  Norwell, MA         1    NGRID   MOTORS051 [1]
 Noveon Inc                       Lawrence, MA        1    NGRID   MOTORS051 [1]
 Nylco Division of Worthen        Clinton, MA         1    NGRID   MOTORS051 [1]
 Industries
 Nypro, Inc.                      Clinton, MA         2    NGRID   FSAT05 [1] LOADMANAGEMENT051
                                                                   [1]
 Ocean State                      Shrewsbury, MA      1    NGRID   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 P&O Cold Logistics               Avon, MA            1    NGRID   PSAT03-12 [1]
 Pharmasol Corp.                  Easton, MA          1    NGRID   CAC05 [1]
 Philips Medical Systems          Andover, MA         1    NGRID   EMS1 [1]
 Phillip Andover Academy          Andover, MA         4    NGRID   PSAT03-12 [3] STEAM04 [1]
 Polycom                          Andover, MA         1    NGRID   MOTORS051 [1]
 Prism Consulting Inc             Quincy, MA          2    NGRID   MOTORS052 [2]
 Process Cooling Systems, Inc.    Leominster, MA      2    NGRID   CHILLER 09-18 [1] PLASTICS051 [1]
 PROMA Technologies               Franklin, MA        1    NGRID   PSAT03-12 [1]
 Quincy Medical Center            Quincy, MA          1    NGRID   FSAT05 [1]
 Raytheon Company                 Tewksbury, MA       15   NGRID   CHILLER 09-16 [3] CHILLER 09-18 [1]
                                                                   MOTORSWE [4] PSAT04 [5] STEAM04
                                                                   [2]
 Round Process Equipment          Stoneham, MA        1    NGRID   PSAT03-12 [1]
 Saint Gobain Abrasives           Worcester, MA       1    NGRID   PHAST04AM [1]
 Saint Gobain Semiconductor       Worcester, MA       1    NGRID   CHILLER 09-18 [1]
 Componets
 Saint-Gobain                     Northboro, MA       1    NGRID   PLASTICS041 [1]
 Saints Memorial                  Lowell, MA          1    NGRID   MOTORSWE [1]
 Saloom Furniture Co., Inc.       Winchendon, MA      1    NGRID   MOTORS051 [1]
 Sebesta Blomberg New             Topsfield, MA       1    NGRID   STEAM 2003 [1]
 England
 Sebesta Blomberg New             Topsfield, MA       1    NGRID   STEAM 2003 [1]
 England, Inc.
 Sepracor Inc                     Marlborough, MA     1    NGRID   FSAT05 [1]
 Shipley Company                  Marlboro, MA        6    NGRID   CHILLER 09-17 [2] CHILLER 09-18 [3]
                                                                   ENERGY EXPO 2003[1]
 Simonds International            Fitchburg, MA       2    NGRID   STEAM04 [1] LOADMANAGEMENT051
                                                                   [1]
 Smith College                    Northampton, MA     2    NGRID   STEAM 2003 [2]
 Southcoast Hospitah Group.       Fall River, MA      1    NGRID   EMS1 [1]
 St. George Condo                 Revere, MA          2    NGRID   CHILLER 09-16 [1] PSAT03-12 [1]
 Sturdy Memorial Hospital         Attleboro, MA       1    NGRID   MOTORSWE [1]




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 Sustainable Energy Solutions,    Northborough, MA      2    NGRID   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Inc.                                                                NECHPI2005 [1]
 Texas Instruments Inc.           Attleboro, MA         1    NGRID   CHILLER 09-18 [1]
 The Maricor Group-RES            Hudson, MA            1    NGRID   FSAT05 [1]
 Engineering
 Thw Weetabix Co.                 Clinton, Ma           1    NGRID   MOTORS051 [1]
 Town of Hopkinton DPW            Hopkinton, MA         1    NGRID   PSAT03-12 [1]
 Town of Southborough             Southborough, MA      3    NGRID   FSAT05 [1] MOTORS051 [2]
 Town of Westboro DPW             Westboro, MA          3    NGRID   MOTORS051 [2] PSATQS051 [1]
 Town of Whitman                  Whitman, MA           1    NGRID   MOTORS051 [1]
 Trammell Crow Co                 Andover, MA           1    NGRID   FSAT05 [1]
 Trigen                           Revere, MA            1    NGRID   EMS1 [1]
 Tufts University                 Medford, MA           2    NGRID   EMS1 [2]
 Tuthill Energy System            Millbury, MA          1    NGRID   PSAT042 [1]
 Tyco electronics                 Norwood, MA           2    NGRID   STEAM051 [2]
 Tyco/MA-COM Inc.                 Lowell, MA            7    NGRID   CHILLER 09-16 [1] CHILLER04 [1]
                                                                     EMS1 [1] FSAT05 [1] MOTORSWE [1]
                                                                     PHAST04WA [1] PSAT03-12 [1]
 UMass Lowell                     Lowell, MA            15   NGRID   CHILLER04 [9] EMS1 [1] MOTORSWE
                                                                     [2] PHAST04WA [1] PSAT042 [1]
                                                                     STEAM051 [1]
 UMASS Medical School             Worcester, MA         9    NGRID   MOTORSWE [1] PHAST04WA [2]
                                                                     FSAT05 [2] ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
                                                                     MOTORSWE [1] PSAT03-12 [1]
                                                                     STEAM04 [1]

 Urquhart Family, LLC             Gardner, MA           1    NGRID   CHILLER 09-18 [1]
 V.H. Blackinton & Co. Inc.       Attleboro Falls, MA   4    NGRID   CHILLER 09-18 [1] PSAT03-12 [2]
                                                                     STEAM 2003 [1]
 Verrillon                        North Grafton, MA     4    NGRID   CHILLER 09-18 [1] CHILLER04 [1]
                                                                     PHAST04WA [1] PSAT03-12 [1]
 Vicor                            Andover, MA           4    NGRID   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [2] EMS1 [1]
                                                                     MOTORS051 [1]
 Voltek                           Lawrence, MA          1    NGRID   EMS1 [1]
 Wachusett Brewery                Westminster, MA       1    NGRID   PSAT03-12 [1]
 Weetabix Co.                     Clinton, Ma           1    NGRID   MOTORS051 [1]
 WESTBORO STATE                   Westborough, MA       2    NGRID   CHILLER 09-18 [1] PSAT042 [1]
 HOSPITAL
 Williams College                 Williamstown, MA      11   NGRID   EMS1 [1] FSAT052 [5] MOTORS052 [5]
 Williamson N.E. electric         Everett, MA           1    NGRID   PSAT03-12 [1]
 Winchendon Public Schools        Winchendon, MA        2    NGRID   PSAT 03-11 [2]
 Wm. Wright Co                    West Warren, MA       1    NGRID   PSAT 03-11 [1]
 Worcester Housing                Worcester, MA         1    NGRID   PSAT 03-11 [1]
 World Energy Alternatives, LLC   Chelsea, MA           1    NGRID   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Wyman Gordon, Inc.               N. Grafton, MA        1    NGRID   PHAST04WA [1]
 YMCA Camp Hi-Rock                Mt. Washington, MA    1    NGRID   PSAT 03-11 [1]
 YMCS                             Westboro, MA          1    NGRID   CHILLER 09-18 [1]
 York International               Norwood, MA           3    NGRID   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [3]
 York International Corp.         Norwood, MA           12   NGRID   CHILLER 09-16 [2] CHILLER 09-17 [2]
                                                                     CHILLER 09-18 [4] CHILLER04 [2]
                                                                     ENERGY EXPO 2003 [2]




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Naraganset/ NGRID
 Amgen                             W. Greenwich, RI      1   Naraganset/Grid   FSAT05 [1]
 Ann & Hope                        Cumberland, RI        1   Naraganset/Grid   EMS1 [1]
 Citizens Financial Group          Warwick, RI           1   Naraganset/Grid   EMS1 [1]
 City of Warwick                   Warwick, RI           1   Naraganset/Grid   MOTORS051 [1]
 D.L. Thurrott, Inc.               Lincoln, RI           3   Naraganset/Grid   PSAT042 [3]
 Electric Boat                     North Kingstown, RI   2   Naraganset/Grid   MOTORS051 [2]
 Electric Maintenance & Control,   Cranston, RI          1   Naraganset/Grid   EMS1 [1]
 Inc
 FM Global                         West Glocester, RI    1   Naraganset/Grid   FSAT05 [1]
 GTECH                             West Greenwich, RI    1   Naraganset/Grid   MOTORS051 [1]
 Gtech Corporation                 West Greenwich, RI    1   Naraganset/Grid   MOTORS051 [1]
 Industrial Pump Sales & Svc       Tiverton, RI          1   Naraganset/Grid   PSAT052 [1]
 Industrial Pump, Inc.             Tiverton, RI          3   Naraganset/Grid   MOTORSWE [2] PSAT042 [1]
 Nepco, LLC                        Wakefield, RI         1   Naraganset/Grid   PSATQS051 [1]
 New England Gas Company           Providence, RI        5   Naraganset/Grid   CHILLER 09-16 [5]
 NUWC Division Newport             Newport, RI           4   Naraganset/Grid   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
                                                                               MOTORSWE [1] STEAM04 [1]
                                                                               LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 ON Semiconductor                  East Greenwich, RI    1   Naraganset/Grid   FSAT05 [1]
 Oracle Lens Mfg                   Warwick, RI           1   Naraganset/Grid   CAC05 [1]
 Osram Sylvania                    Central Falls, RI     2   Naraganset/Grid   FSAT05 [1]
                                                                               LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 pepsi                             cranston, RI          1   Naraganset/Grid   CAC05 [1]
 Pepsi Cola                        Cranston, RI          1   Naraganset/Grid   CAC05 [1]
 Portsmouth RI School Dept.        Portsmouth, RI        1   Naraganset/Grid   MOTORS051 [1]
 Providence Public Library         Providence, RI        1   Naraganset/Grid   EMS1 [1]
 Raytheon                          Portsmouth, RI        6   Naraganset/Grid   FSAT05 [2] MOTORS051 [2]
                                                                               LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
                                                                               CAC05 [1]
 Rhode Island Hospital             Providence, RI        1   Naraganset/Grid   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Rhodes Technologies               Coventry, RI          1   Naraganset/Grid   MOTORS051 [1]
 RISE                              Cranston, RI          1   Naraganset/Grid   FSAT05 [1]
 Roger Williams University         Bristol, RI           3   Naraganset/Grid   EMS1 [3]
 Tom Dolce Training Associates     Warwick, RI           1   Naraganset/Grid   STEAM051 [1]
 Toray Plastics                    N. Kingston, RI       1   Naraganset/Grid   FSAT05 [1]
 Veolia Water North America        Smithfield, RI        3   Naraganset/Grid   PSAT042 [3]




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Complete Listing of Program Participants by Company and Affiliation
Western Massachusetts Electric

 Company                          City, State            Registrations   Affiliation   Events Involved
 Advanced Energy Group            Springfield, MA             6          WMECO         CHILLER04 [2] MOTORSWE [2]
                                                                                       PLASTICS041 [2]
 Alliant Energy                   Amherst, MA                 2          WMECO         PHAST04AM [1] PLASTICS041
                                                                                       [1]
 Amherst College                  Amherst, MA                 2          WMECO         CHILLER 09-17 [1] CHILLER04
                                                                                       [1]
 Applied Proactive Technologes    Springfield, MA             4          WMECO         EMS1 [1] ENERGY EXPO 2003
                                                                                       [1] MOTORSWE [1] MOTORS051
                                                                                       [1]
 Argotec Inc.                     Greenfield, MA              5          WMECO         MOTORSWE [1] PHAST04AM [1]
                                                                                       PLASTICS041 [1] PSAT 03-11 [2]
 Astro Chemicals, Inc.            Springfield, MA             2          WMECO         ENERGY EXPO 2003 [2]
 Baystate Medical Center          Springfield, MA             1          WMECO         FSAT052 [1]
 Big Y Foods Inc.                 Sprins, MD                  1          WMECO         LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Cavallero Plastics, Inc.         Pittsfield, MA              3          WMECO         PLASTICS041 [3]
 CEERE UMASS                      Amherst, MA                 50         WMECO         CAC05 [1] CHILLER 09-16 [1]
                                                                                       CHILLER 09-17 [2] CHILLER 09-
                                                                                       18 [2] CHILLER04 [2] EMS1 [3]
                                                                                       ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1] FSAT05
                                                                                       [1] FSAT052 [1] MOTORSWE [1]
                                                                                       MOTORS051 [1] MOTORS052 [2]
                                                                                       PHAST04AM [2] PHAST04WA [2]
                                                                                       PHAST05 [1] PLASTICS041 [2]
                                                                                       PSAT 03-11 [3] PSAT03-12 [1]
                                                                                       PSAT04 [1] PSAT042 [1]
                                                                                       PSAT052 [1] STEAM 2003 [4]
                                                                                       STEAM04 [2] STEAM051 [1]
                                                                                       STEAMQS [2]
                                                                                       LOADMANAGEMENT051 [2]
                                                                                       NECHPI2005 [2] PHASTQS06 [1]
                                                                                       PLASTICS051 [2] PSATQS051
                                                                                       [2]
 City of Easthampton              Easthampton, MA             1          WMECO         CHILLER 09-17 [1]
 Crane & Company                  Dalton, MA                  5          WMECO         CAC05 [2] FSAT052 [1] PSAT 03-
                                                                                       11 [2]
 Danaher Tool                     Agawam, MA                  1          WMECO         STEAM051 [1]
 Easthampton Waterworks           Easthampton, MA             1          WMECO         PSAT042 [1]
 Easthampton, MA                  Easthampton, MA             1          WMECO         ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 ESS Group, Inc.                  ,                           1          WMECO         ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Friendly Ice Cream Corporation   Wilbraham, MA               2          WMECO         FSAT052 [2]
 Fuss & O'Neill                   West Springfield, MA        1          WMECO         PHAST04AM [1]
 GDS Associates, Inc.             ,                           1          WMECO         LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Greenfield Community College     Greenfield, MA              1          WMECO         CHILLER 09-17 [1]
 Hardigg Ind.                     S. Deerfield, MA            2          WMECO         FSAT052 [2]
 Heat-Fab                         Turners Falls, MA           1          WMECO         CHILLER 09-17 [1]
 Hi-tech Mold & Tool              Pittsfield, MA              1          WMECO         PLASTICS041 [1]
 IAC Umass                        Amherst, MA                 4          WMECO         MOTORS052 [1] STEAM051 [1]
                                                                                       STEAMQS [1] PSATQS051 [1]
 ISO New England                  Holyoke, MA                 4          WMECO         EMS1 [3]
                                                                                       LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 JPS-Stevens Urethane             Easthampton, MA             2          WMECO         PLASTICS041 [2]
 Judd Wire                        Turners Falls, MA           3          WMECO         PLASTICS041 [1]
                                                                                       LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
                                                                                       PLASTICS051 [1]



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 Judd Wire Inc                    Turners Falls, MA      2    WMECO   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
                                                                      PLASTICS051 [1]
 K & M Electronics                West Springfield, MA   5    WMECO   EMS1 [2] PHAST04AM [1]
                                                                      LOADMANAGEMENT051 [2]
 Kennametal                       South Deerfield, MA    2    WMECO   CHILLER 09-17 [2]
 Lane Construction                Northfield, MA         1    WMECO   FSAT05 [1]
 Lane Construction Corporation    Northfield, MA         1    WMECO   PSAT 03-11 [1]
 Luster-On Products               Springfield, MA        2    WMECO   PSAT 03-11 [2]
 Marland Mold Inc                 Pittsfield, MA         1    WMECO   PLASTICS041 [1]
 Mead Westvaco Paper              South Lee, MA          4    WMECO   PSAT 03-11 [4]
 New England Extrusion            Turners Falls, MA      1    WMECO   PLASTICS041 [1]
 Nu Visions Mfg, LLC              Springfield, MA        1    WMECO   EMS1 [1]
 Plastic Packaging Corp.          West Springfield, MA   1    WMECO   CHILLER 09-17 [1]
 Sinicon Plastics                 Pittsfield, MA         1    WMECO   PLASTICS041 [1]
 Smith & Wesson Corp.             Springfield, MA        1    WMECO   FSAT052 [1]
 Solutia                          Springfield, MA        4    WMECO   CHILLER 09-16 [1] ENERGY
                                                                      EXPO 2003 [1] PHAST04AM [1]
                                                                      STEAM051 [1]
 Starbase Technologies            Pittsfield, MA         2    WMECO   CAC05 [1] PLASTICS041 [1]
 Turbosteam Corp.                 Turners Falls, MA      4    WMECO   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [2]
                                                                      PHAST04AM [1] NECHPI2005 [1]
 UMass CEERE                      Amherst, MA            28   WMECO   CHILLER 09-17 [4] CHILLER04
                                                                      [1] EMS1 [1] MOTORS052 [2]
                                                                      PHAST04AM [2] PSAT 03-11 [5]
                                                                      STEAMQS [2] PSATQS051 [2]
                                                                      FSAT052 [1] MOTORSWE [1]
                                                                      PHAST04AM [1] STEAM051 [1]
                                                                      STEAMQS [1] NECHPI2005 [1]
                                                                      CHILLER 09-16 [1] CHILLER 09-
                                                                      17 [1] CHILLER 09-18 [1]
 UMass Neti                       Amherst, MA            16   WMECO   CHILLER 09-17 [1] CHILLER04
                                                                      [1] EMS1 [1] ENERGY EXPO
                                                                      2003 [1] FSAT05 [1] FSAT052 [1]
                                                                      MOTORSWE [1] MOTORS052 [1]
                                                                      PHAST04AM [1] PHAST04WA [1]
                                                                      PLASTICS041 [1] PSAT 03-11 [1]
                                                                      STEAM04 [1] STEAM051 [1]
                                                                      STEAMQS [1] PHASTQS06 [1]


 University of Massachusetts      Amherst, MA            5    WMECO   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
                                                                      NECHPI2005 [2] PHASTQS06 [1]
                                                                      PSATQS051 [1]
 Valley Plating, Inc.             Springfield, MA        1    WMECO   CHILLER 09-17 [1]
 Western Massachusetts            West Springfield, MA   21   WMECO   CHILLER 09-17 [5] EMS1 [1]
 Electric Company                                                     ENERGY EXPO 2003 [3]
                                                                      FSAT052 [1] MOTORS052 [1]
                                                                      PHAST04AM [3] PLASTICS041
                                                                      [4] PSAT 03-11 [3]
 Yankee Technology Inc            Ludlow, MA             1    WMECO   EMS1 [1]




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Complete Listing of Program Participants by Company and Affiliation
Other
 Company                          City, State             Registrations   Affiliation           Events Involved
 Air Industries, inc.             North Andover, MA            1          Other MA              FSAT052 [1]
 Babson College                   Babson Park, MA              3          Other MA              EMS1 [2] ENERGY EXPO 2003
                                                                                                [1]
 Bridgewater State College        Bridgewater, MA              1          Other MA              CHILLER04 [1]
 Air Movement & Control           Arlington Heights, IL        1          Other: Out of State   FSAT052 [1]
 Association International
 Alliance to Save Energy          Washington, DC               4          Other: Out of State   STEAM 2003 [2] STEAM04 [2]
 American Council for an          Washington, DC               1          Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Energy-Efficient Economy
 (ACEEE)
 American Ref-Fuel Company        Montvale, NJ                 1          Other: Out of State   STEAM051 [1]
 Applied Proactive Technologies   Watervliet, NY               2          Other: Out of State   MOTORS051 [2]
 Ascendant Energy Company,        Owl's Head, ME               1          Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Inc.
 BONNEVILLE POWER                 PORTLAND, OR                 1          Other: Out of State   PSATQS051 [1]
 ADMIN.
 Broad USA Inc.                   Hackensack, NJ               3          Other: Out of State   CHILLER 09-16 [1] CHILLER 09-
                                                                                                17 [1] CHILLER 09-18 [1]
 Center for Advanced Energy       Piscataway, NJ               1          Other: Out of State   CHILLER 09-17 [1]
 Systems
 Community Energy, Inc.           Madison, CT                  1          Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 CONNSTEP                         Wethersfield, CT             3          Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [3]
 Constellation North, LLC         Danvers, MA                  1          Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Control Technologies             Cape Elizabeth, ME           2          Other: Out of State   CHILLER 09-16 [1] STEAM04 [1]
 CSG Services                     Rochester, NH                1          Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Dufresne-Henry                   North Springfield, VT        1          Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 E3M, Inc.                        North Potomac, MD            1          Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Encorp                           Windsor, CO                  4          Other: Out of State   NECHPI2005 [3] ENERGY EXPO
                                                                                                2003 [1]
 Energy and Environmental         Arlington, VA                2          Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Analysis                                                                                       NECHPI2005 [1]
 Energy Management Services       Freeport, ME                 1          Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Energy Resources Center          Oak Lawn, IL                 1          Other: Out of State   STEAMQS [1]
 Environment Northeast (ENE)      Rockport, ME                 1          Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Environmental View               Portsmouth, NH               1          Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Applications
 ETW Inc.                         Winthrop, ME                 1          Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Greenman-Pedersen, Inc.          Albany, NY                   2          Other: Out of State   MOTORS051 [1] NECHPI2005 [1]
 Grubb and Ellis Management       Kingston, NY                 5          Other: Out of State   MOTORS052 [1] PSAT042 [1]
 Services, Inc                                                                                  PSAT052 [1]
                                                                                                LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
                                                                                                NECHPI2005 [1]

 Idaho Energy Division            Boise, ID                    2          Other: Out of State   PSATQS051 [2]
 Industry & Energy Associates     South Portland, ME           2          Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [2]
 Ingersoll-Rand Company (IR)      Portsmouth, NH               2          Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
                                                                                                CHILLER 09-16 [1]
 Interface Fabrics Group North,   Guilford, ME                 1          Other: Out of State   STEAM 2003 [1]
 Inc.
 Intermountain Industrial         Salt Lake City, UT           2          Other: Out of State   STEAMQS [2]
 Assessment Center
 JBR Consulting                   Raymond, ME                  1          Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]



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 Kaman Industrial Technologies     Rochester, NY        2    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [2]
 KeySpan Business Solutions        Warren, NJ           1    Other: Out of State   CHILLER 09-17 [1]
 Lawrence Berkeley National        Berkley, CA          1    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Lab
 Magnetic Development, Inc.        Madison, CT          1    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Maine Natural Gas                 Brunswick, ME        1    Other: Out of State   CHILLER 09-18 [1]
 Maine PUC                         Augusta, ME          1    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Maine State Energy Program        Augusta, ME          1    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 MEP                               Portland, ME         1    Other: Out of State   STEAM 2003 [1]
 Metal Casting Technology, Inc.    Milford, NH          1    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 MJL Consulting                    Kennett Square, PA   1    Other: Out of State   STEAM04 [1]
 Monadock Paper Mills              Bennington, NH       1    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Natale Enterprises                Gansevoort, NY       1    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 New Hampshire Ball Bearings,      Peterborough, NH     1    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Inc.
 New York State Office of          Albany, NY           3    Other: Out of State   FSAT052 [3]
 General Services
 Niigata Machine Techno            Itasca, IL           2    Other: Out of State   PLASTICS041 [2]
 Compan, LTD
 NYS DPS                           Albany, NY           2    Other: Out of State   STEAMQS [1] NECHPI2005 [1]
 NYSERDA                           Albany, NY           10   Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [2]
                                                                                   NECHPI2005 [8]
 Oak Ridge Associates              Brunswick, ME        1    Other: Out of State   FSAT052 [1]
 Oak Ridge National Laboratory     Knoxville, TN        4    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [2] STEAM
                                                                                   2003 [1] STEAMQS [1]
 Office for Commonwealth           Washington, DC       1    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Development
 Pace University Energy Project    White Plains, NY     1    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Pratt & Whitney                   North Berwick, ME    8    Other: Out of State   CHILLER 09-17 [1] ENERGY
                                                                                   EXPO 2003 [3] STEAM 2003 [1]
                                                                                   STEAM04 [2] STEAMQS [1]
 Premiere Auditing Services Inc.   Lakewood, NJ         1    Other: Out of State   STEAMQS [1]
 Private Power LLC                 Oak Brook, IL        1    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Productive Energy Solutions,      Madison, WI          1    Other: Out of State   FSAT052 [1]
 LLC.
 RealEnergy                        New York, NY         1    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Renssalear                        Troy, NY             1    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 River Valley Growth Council       Rumford, ME          1    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 River Valley Technology           Rumford, ME          1    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Center
 Road Scholar                      Durham, NH           1    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Sappi Paper                       Skowhegen, ME        2    Other: Out of State   STEAM 2003 [2]
 Simmons Company                   Atlanta, GA          2    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [2]
 Sonoco-Crellin                    Chatham, NY          1    Other: Out of State   PLASTICS041 [1]
 Steam Management                  Frederick, MD        1    Other: Out of State   STEAMQS [1]
 International
 SteamGuard                        Vernon Hills, IL     2    Other: Out of State   STEAM 2003 [1] STEAM04 [1]
 Strategic Energy Technologies,    Acton, MA            1    Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Inc.
 TA Engineering, Inc.              Baltimore, MD        1    Other: Out of State   STEAM04 [1]
 Trane                             Lacrosse, WI         11   Other: Out of State   CHILLER 09-16 [3] CHILLER 09-
                                                                                   17 [3] CHILLER 09-18 [3]
                                                                                   CHILLER04 [2]
 Trask-Decrow Machinery            South Portland, ME   1    Other: Out of State   PSAT04 [1]



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 TVC System                        Portsmouth, NH     1   Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 University of Maine               Orono, ME          1   Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 UnumProvident                     Portland, ME       1   Other: Out of State   CAC05 [1]
 US Power                          Washington, CT     1   Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 US Power Network                  Washington, CT     1   Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Wausau Papers of NH, Inc          Guildhall, VT      1   Other: Out of State   ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Woodard & Curran Inc.             Portland, ME       1   Other: Out of State   PSAT 03-11 [1]
 Yates Professional Engineering    Paris, IL          1   Other: Out of State   PSATQS051 [1]
 Ziphany, LLC.                     Tonawanda, NY      1   Other: Out of State   LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Abington Group Inc.               Portsmouth, NH     2   PSNH                  CHILLER 09-16 [1] ENERGY
                                                                                EXPO 2003 [1]
 BAE Systems                       Nashua, NH         2   PSNH                  CHILLER 09-16 [2]
 Clean Air Cool Planet             Portsmouth, NH     1   PSNH                  ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Concord Hospital                  Concord, NH        1   PSNH                  CHILLER 09-16 [1]
 Dartmouth College                 Hanover, NH        1   PSNH                  CHILLER 09-17 [1]
 Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical       Lebanon, NH        2   PSNH                  MOTORS051 [2]
 Center
 Monadnock Technical Services      Richmond, NH       5   PSNH                  CHILLER 09-17 [1] FSAT052 [1]
                                                                                PHAST04AM [1] PHAST05 [1]
                                                                                PLASTICS051 [1]
 Nepco LLC.                        Nashua, NH         3   PSNH                  PSAT 03-11 [2] PSATQS051 [1]
 Northeast Pump Company            Nashua, NH         2   PSNH                  PSAT04 [1] PSATQS051 [1]
 Process Energy Services, LLC      Londondary, NH     4   PSNH                  ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1] PSAT
                                                                                03-11 [1] PSAT03-12 [1] PSAT04
                                                                                [1]
 Public Service Company of         Manchester, NH     9   PSNH                  CHILLER 09-16 [1] STEAM04 [1]
 New Hampshire                                                                  PLASTICS051 [4] ENERGY
                                                                                EXPO 2003 [3]
 St. Joseph Hospital               Nashua, NH         4   PSNH                  CHILLER 09-18 [2] FSAT05 [2]
 Teradyne                          Nashua, NH         8   PSNH                  CHILLER 09-16 [1] CHILLER 09-
                                                                                18 [1] STEAM 2003 [2] STEAM04
                                                                                [4]
 Unitil Service Corp.              Hampton, NH        1   PSNH                  CHILLER 09-17 [1]
 Wastecap Resource                 Concord, NH        4   PSNH                  ENERGY EXPO 2003 [2]
 Conservation                                                                   STEAM04 [1] PHAST04WA [1]
 MMWEC                             South Hadley, MA   3   SHML                  PHAST04AM [1] STEAM04 [2]
 Mount Holyoke College             South Hadley, MA   4   SHML                  CHILLER 09-17 [3] STEAM 2003
                                                                                [1]
 Mt Holyoke College                South Hadley, MA   1   SHML                  STEAM 2003 [1]
 Mass Highway Dept.                Taunton, Ma.       1   Taunton Municipal     LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Saint-Gobain PPL Corp.            Taunton, MA        2   Taunton Municipal     PHAST05 [1] PLASTICS051 [1]
 Wellesley Municipal Light Plant   Wellesley, MA      2   Welsley Municipal     LOADMANAGEMENT051 [2]
 Alstom Power                      Westfield, MA      2   Westfield             PHAST04AM [1] STEAM04 [1]
                                                          Municipal
 Southworth Company                Westfield, MA      1   Westfield             STEAM051 [1]
                                                          Municipal
 Westfield State College           Westfield, MA      2   Westfield             STEAM04 [2]
                                                          Municipal
 Westfield WWTP                    Westfield, MA      1   Westfield             PSAT 03-11 [1]
                                                          Municipal
 Crothall Asset Management         Braintree, MA      1   Braintree             CHILLER 09-16 [1]
                                                          Municipal
 SEC Electrical Co.                Braintree, MA      1   Braintree             FSAT05 [1]
                                                          Municipal
 Notch Mechanical Constructors     Chicopee, MA       2   CELM                  CAC05 [1] PLASTICS051 [1]
 Topflite Golf Co.                 Chicopee, MA       1   CELM                  STEAM051 [1]
 Top-Flite Golf Co.                Chicopee, MA       3   CELM                  STEAM051 [3]
 Advanced Research                 Suffield, CT       1   CL&P - UI             PHAST04AM [1]
 Technology


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 Banta Direct Marketing           Danbury , CT         1   CL&P - UI             FSAT052 [1]
 Canterbury Engineering           Canterbury, CT       2   CL&P - UI             CHILLER 09-18 [1] PSAT04 [1]
 Associates
 Carrier Corp.                    Middletown, CT       8   CL&P - UI             CHILLER 09-16 [2] CHILLER 09-
                                                                                 17 [1] CHILLER 09-18 [3]
                                                                                 CHILLER04 [2]
 Caterpillar Inc.                 Weatogue, CT         3   CL&P - UI             ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
                                                                                 NECHPI2005 [2]
 Clover Corporation               East Hartford, CT    6   CL&P - UI             CHILLER 09-16 [2] CHILLER 09-
                                                                                 17 [2] CHILLER 09-18 [2]
 Community Energy, Inc            Madison, CT          1   CL&P - UI             ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Connecticut Natural Gas Corp     East Hartford, CT    1   CL&P - UI             PHAST04AM [1]
 FuelCell Energy                  Danbury, CT          2   CL&P - UI             ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
                                                                                 NECHPI2005 [1]
 Hines                            Hartford, CT         5   CL&P - UI             CHILLER 09-17 [1] CHILLER 09-
                                                                                 18 [1] CHILLER04 [2] PSAT04 [1]
 Hull Forest Products Inc         Pomfret Center, CT   1   CL&P - UI             CAC05 [1]
 ITT Flygt                        Trumbull, CT         2   CL&P - UI             PSATQS051 [2]
 Morganite Melting Systems        Wallingford, CT      1   CL&P - UI             CAC05 [1]
 New England Pump and Valve       Niantic, CT          3   CL&P - UI             CHILLER 09-17 [1] ENERGY
                                                                                 EXPO 2003 [1] PSAT03-12 [1]
 Northeast Generation Services    Rocky Hiil, CT       1   CL&P - UI             STEAM04 [1]
 Power Measurement USA            Torrington, CT       1   CL&P - UI             LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Pratt                            Middletown, CT       3   CL&P - UI             CHILLER 09-17 [3]
 RLW Analytics, Inc.              Middletown, CT       2   CL&P - UI             LOADMANAGEMENT051 [2]
 Sarton LLC                       Madison, CT          4   CL&P - UI             CHILLER 09-17 [2] PSAT03-12
                                                                                 [2]
 Sirius Energy, LLC               Somers, CT           2   CL&P - UI             MOTORS052 [1] PLASTICS051
                                                                                 [1]
 Smart Power                      Hartford, CT         2   CL&P - UI             ENERGY EXPO 2003 [2]
 Southern Connecticut Gas         Orange, CT           2   CL&P - UI             PHAST04AM [2]
 Company
 Sure Power Corp                  New Milford, CT      1   CL&P - UI             CHILLER 09-17 [1]
 The Hartford                     Hartford, CT         2   CL&P - UI             EMS1 [2]
 UTC Power                        South Windsor, CT    2   CL&P - UI             NECHPI2005 [1] PLASTICS051
                                                                                 [1]
 VA Connecticut Healthcare        West Haven, CT       3   CL&P - UI             MOTORS051 [1] STEAMQS [1]
 System                                                                          PSATQS051 [1]
 Watson Inc.                      West Haven, CT       1   CL&P - UI             FSAT052 [1]
 Yankee Gas Services              Berlin, CT           1   CL&P - UI             CHILLER 09-18 [1]
 Company
 Everest Partners LLC             Danvers, MA          3   Danvers Municipal     CHILLER 09-18 [1] CHILLER04
                                                                                 [1] MOTORSWE [1]
 Everest Partners llc.            Danvers, MA          2   Danvers Municipal     MOTORS051 [1]
                                                                                 LOADMANAGEMENT051 [1]
 Dufresne - Henry                 N. Springfield, VT   1   Efficeincy Vermont    ENERGY EXPO 2003 [1]
 Efficiency Vermont               Burlington, VT       4   Efficeincy Vermont    CHILLER 09-17 [4]
 University of Vermont -          Burlington, VT       5   Efficeincy Vermont    STEAM 2003 [5]
 Physical Plant Dept
 VEIC                             Burlington, VT       1   Efficeincy Vermont    CHILLER 09-17 [1]
 Vermont Energy Investment        Burlington, VT       5   Efficeincy Vermont    PLASTICS041 [1] PSAT 03-11 [2]
 Corporation                                                                     PSATQS051 [2]
 Vt Gas Systems                   So. Burlington, VT   1   Efficeincy Vermont    CHILLER 09-17 [1]
 Universal Plastics               Holyoke, MA          1   HGLM                  PHAST04AM [1]
 Veryfine Products Inc.           Littleton, MA        1   Littleton Municipal   STEAM04 [1]
 ADM Cocoa                        Mansfield, MA        4   Mansfield             CHILLER 09-16 [1] EMS1 [1]
                                                           Municipal             PSAT03-12 [1] PSAT04 [1]




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Progress Report 2003-2005                                                                    December 20, 2005
Appendix C
Industrial Assessment Center Plant Energy Conservation Audit Recommendations


 The following Tables include Industrial Assessment Center Energy
 Conservation Audit recommendations for 15 industrial facilities located
 in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The Audit Identification table
 below lists the audit number date, SIC and NAICS codes for individual
 plants and the recommendation.         Subsequent tables for each
 Assessment are included and show the recommendation, annual
 energy savings, annual projected cost savings, and implementation cost and payback period. The
 conservation recommendations made by the IAC are protected by confidentiality agreements and hence
 data presented herein is not attributable to an individual facility by name or location. As part of the
 MAEEP partnership, releases from each facility are sought and sharing of information, including the
 company, location and contact person. These releases are available and are shared in a manner
 consistent with the proprietary information agreements established between the IAC and the client
 facilities. Information contained herein may be obtained through a publicly accessible database
 maintained by Rutgers University.


                 Summary Table of Completed Conservation Audits Conducted in Massachusetts

                                                         Electricity               Gas
                                                          Savings      Demand    Savings
                         SIC       NAICS       Utility      kWh          kW      mmbtu
                        2821       325211     Muni       1,922,300       1,286     1,318
                        2221       313210     Muni         159,466                30,858
                        3841       339112     Muni         920,382       2,199
                        3499       332117     NGRID           1,186                5,496
                        2295       313320     NGRID        232,900         436    21,478
                        2851       325510     NGRID          34,100        807     1,679
                        2393       314911     NGRID        108,719         162     2,545
                        3291       327910     NGRID          25,500                1,839
                        2299       314999     NSTAR        686,800       3,000    -6,930
                        3351       331421     NSTAR                      3,831
                        3541       333512     NSTAR        157,490         297       54
                        2421       321912     NSTAR        413,100       1,062       26
                        2621       322121     WMECO      3,538,400       5,016
                        3544       333511     WMECO         36,060          13




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