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					           Monthly Performance Report


                     June, 2003




Submitted by: Wisconsin Energy Conservation Corporation
                  Residential Program
Program Name: Residential
Route to: Norman Bair




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Monthly Performance Report                      Wisconsin Energy Conservation Corporation
July 21, 2003                                   June, 2003
                                                Contract Number 81310

CONTRACT SUMMARY

Accomplishments and Highlights:

WISCONSIN ENERGY STAR HOMES:
 Madison based Don Simon Homes, the largest participating builder, merged with Midland
   Builders to form Veridian Homes. The new company represents over one-quarter of all
   housing starts in Dane County and Veridian has pledged to build all homes next year within
   the program.
 The Valley Home Builders Association instituted new rules requires building science training
   as a pre-requisite for all new members joining the association. The association has asked
   program representatives to provide trainings on behalf of the association to fulfill this
   requirement. Also, the association is sponsoring the return of Joe Lstiburek to Appleton,
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   November 12 . The appearance of Mr. Lstiburek in combination with program
   representatives demonstrates a substantial investment on the part of the building association
   to building science and also demonstrates the association’s recognition of our expertise in
   this area.
 Program staff responded to a Request for Proposal from the Million Solar Roofs Initiative.
   The request includes co-funding opportunities for the new initiative with Building America and
   Zero Energy Homes in the upcoming year.

APARTMENT AND CONDO EFFECIENCY SERVICES:
 The ACES program had a highly successful second contract year. We exceeded our kWh
   goal by 229%, and therm goal by 209%. We exceeded our target goals for assessments by
   216%, direct installation of common lighting by 227%, direct installation of in-unit measures
   by 116%, Completed proposals with energy efficient options by 194%, completed installations
   by 392%, completed 20 new design and assistance projects exceeding goal by 100%, and
   have 8 new construction showcase projects existing our goal 160%. Workable procedures
   were created and the team was consolidated.

INFO AND EDUCATION:
 Worked with five utilities (WPS, Alliant Energy, Xcel Energy, We Energies, and Superior
   Water, Light & Power) to continue promoting Focus on Energy or begin new promotions of
   the Focus on Energy programs.
 Information Center Specialists handled 4,503 calls in June. Call volume consistently rose
   through the fourth quarter.
 The KEEP staff expanded its renewable energy education efforts at the Energy Fair this year
   by hosting an Educator Tent. This tent was filled with educational sessions, informative
   displays, and networking opportunities.

HOME PERFORMANCE W/ ENERGY STAR:
 Processed 2,204 qualifying equipment rewards in June.
 Building Performance exceeded its total unit goal for CY2, by completing 91 units in June for
  a total of 422 units in CY2.

TARGETED HOME PERFORMANCE:
 Finalized minimum participation levels with program providers – current program providers
   committed to completing 375 whole house jobs. Sent CY3 Participation Agreements and the
   Program Modification Document to program providers the end of June.

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ENERGY STAR PRODUCTS:
 Exceeded our CY2 kWh goal by 252% for a total of 76,628,378 kWh
 Exceeded our therm goal for the first time by 134% for a total of 246,045 therms
 Had the highest per capita participation in the Start the Savings Cycle promotion of all the
   participating regions, states and utility participants.
 Participated in seven different radio interviews statewide in June in support of the current
   promotions.
 Launched our second annual Cool Change promotion and the weather.com web banner.




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PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION

Program Name:         Administration


        Estimated Energy/Demand Savings – All Programs
             Units       Goal through     Actuals        Actuals                    % of Target
                         June 30, 2003     Month       Year-to-Date

                 Kw                7,225         1824.9            13,711.9           189.8%

             Kwh                46,060,014     7,244,043         106,076,273           230%
            Therms              1,662,054       255,304           2,047,028           123.2%

External Meetings:
Reviewed under individual programs.

Activities with Other Administrators:
Participated in the Weekly Status Calls and Reports to improve communication between
administrators and DOA.

Communicated regularly with evaluators on specific CY3 planning issues.

Reviewed the Detailed Evaluation Plan for CY3 and provided feedback to the evaluation team.

Personnel:
None to report

Contract/Program Planning:
Worked with DOA to finalize the contract and budget for CY3.

Subcontracts:
Began preparation of scopes/budgets for subcontracts in CY3.

Sent out compliance monitoring guidelines to all subcontractors for CY3 including the revised
Financial Guidelines Manual.

Continued to communicate with subcontractors to keep them informed on budget issues for CY3.

Data/Database:
Continuing to upgrade database designs for existing programs.

Financial:
Completed accounting close-out for CY2 and issued end-of-year invoice.

Priorities for Next Month:
Complete budget planning using best/worst-case budget reduction scenarios.

Problems and Resolutions:
None to report



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Program Name:      ENERGY STAR PRODUCTS

External Meetings:
Continued participating in weekly calls with the national PR collaborative for the fall “Change a
Light, Change the World” promotion. The collaborative is working together to ensure national
attention through television press events and a spokesperson for the fall lighting campaign.

Began participating in planning calls for the November national appliance partner meeting and in
calls on the online fixture showcase being coordinated by the national program.

Activities with Other Administrators:
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The ENERGY STAR program manager met with program evaluators on June 6 to discuss any
changes to deemed savings that will be made in CY3. Currently only the savings for clothes
washers and appliance turn-in will be changed in CY3.

ENERGY STAR staff continued working with Business Programs on the instant lighting event
taking place during Farm Progress Days in July.

Spoke with business programs to discuss how to handle the new 24-bulb quantity restriction for
residential customers. Business programs would like to offer a higher quantity restriction for their
customers but we wanted to ensure that this was done in a manner that would be easy for our
retail partners. A second coupon is being created that will be used for businesses/farms that
want to purchase more than 24 bulbs. Retailers will receive detailed instructions on how and
when to use the different coupons.

Personnel Changes:
None to report

Trade Ally/Partner Activities:
The Start the Savings Cycle promotion continued in June. To date 3,801 people have applied for
the $100 reward that is being jointly funded by Focus on Energy and the following participating
manufacturers:
Whirlpool
Kenmore
GE
Maytag
Asko
Bosch
Fisher & Paykel
Frigidaire/Electrolux
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This promotion runs through July 15 .

ENERGY STAR launched a cooperative reward with LG Electronics. The cooperative promotion
will offer $100 on qualifying clothes washers. LG is providing $75 and Focus is providing $25.
The reward will be good through the end of July.

Salesperson spiffs continue to be rewarded on Amana, Jenn-Air, GE and Maytag appliances in
June. The Spiff promotion has been extended through the end of September.




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ENERGY STAR staff has been working with representatives from Menard’s, ShopKo, Ace,
TruServ and Mill’s, as well as from GE, Westinghouse, Feit and Greenlite to set up the 2003
Change a Light, Change the World promotion that will begin in October.

Market Research Activities:
The ENERGY STAR program manager met with ECW staff to finalize changes to the Appliance
Sales Tracking (AST) survey module. Program evaluators participated in this meeting to help
ensure that the survey was going to provide the information needed to measure the program
metrics agreed upon for CY3. Pre-testing will continue in July.

Key Public Events:
Wrapped up events with the Southeastern Wisconsin Ace team and the Hardware Hank stores in
Northwestern Wisconsin.

Franks Hardware in Stevens Point ran an instant event in conjunction with the Midwest
Renewable Energy Fair in June. This is the second year Franks has run such an event.

The ENERGY STAR program manager presented a workshop on ENERGY STAR qualified
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products at the MREA fair on June 21 . The workshop included information on lighting and
appliances. The workshop was shared with the Home performance program and was attended
by about 100 people.
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The Cool Change promotion was launched on June 1 . The promotion will continue through July
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31 and will offer consumers a $25 reward on qualifying room air conditioner and dehumidifiers.

An educational bulb sale was held in Waukesha County at the County Courthouse. Focus
personnel staffed an education station that each customer had to pass while going through the
line. Over 2,500 CFLs were sold. Tomchek Ace Hardware of Waukesha provided the bulbs and
staffing for the event.

Marketing/Public Relations:
Held a meeting with Hoffman York to discuss initial plans for the fall Change a Light campaign.
Discussions covered possible media tactics, PR and how we might better target customers for the
promotion.

Met with Hoffman York to discuss changes to the lighting POS materials. Changes need to be
made to reflect the new national ENERGY STAR logo.

Launched a web banner on weather.com that activates when the temperature in Wisconsin is
going to be 75 degrees or above. When someone visits the site and types in a Wisconsin ZIP
code or city the banner will appear asking them if they would like to make a cool change to
ENERGY STAR. When they click on the banner they are directed to the Focus on Energy web
page on Cool Change. The banner has been the second highest referrer to the Focus web site
since its launch.

Continued running radio advertising in support of the Start the Savings Cycle promotion.

Hoffman York did a wonderful job setting up radio interviews in support of the many promotions
running in June. The ENERGY STAR program manager participated in seven different radio
interviews in support of the Cool change, Start the Savings Cycle, and Appliance turn-in
promotion in the month of June. Locations included, Beaver Dam, Appleton, Superior, Madison,
Milwaukee and Eau Claire.

Developed and printed a brochure for the Appliance Turn-in program that can be handed out at
trade shows and other events.
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Education & Training Events:
12 formal trainings were held in April at the following locations:

        Store Name                  City
Ace                           Westby
Do it Best                    Viola
Furniture & Appliance Mart    Wausau
Hardware Hank                 Coon Valley
Home Depot                    Appleton
Home Depot                    Fond du Lac
Menard's                      Appleton
Menard's                      Johnson Creek
Menard's                      Marshfield
Morgan-Wightman               New Berlin
Rex TV                        Oshkosh
True Value                    Darlington


Priorities for Next Month:
 Continue promoting Cool Change.
 Wrap up the Start the Savings Cycle promotion.
 Continue planning for the fall lighting campaign.
 Begin work on the incorporation of the new national logo on lighting POS materials
 Start recruiting stores for Change a Light
 Continue participating in the national PR collaborative

Problems and Resolutions:
The ENERGY STAR products team fell short of accomplishing our goal of completing 350 formal
trainings during CY2. Several factors seem to have affected our ability to hit our target number.
Most importantly, the increase in CFL activity from year one to year two took up a tremendous
amount of field time. Additionally, the newly developed national spring appliance promotion
interrupted the normal program rounds making it more difficult for the field staff to schedule formal
trainings. The ENERGY STAR team is planning on adjusting the training goals for CY3 to more
appropriately measure what can be completed given the busy promotional schedule.

Future Discussions:
None to report

Estimated Energy/Demand Savings:
Units               Goal Through        Actuals            Actuals      % of Target
                    June 30, 2003       Month              Year-to-Date
Kw                       3,391               249.2            5,762.5*           170%
Kwh                   30,343,600           3,633,242        76,886,147*          253%
Therms                 183,900               25,704          246,045*            134%
*Includes savings from Pilot area




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Participation                 Goal                 Actuals            Actuals        % of Target
                              Through              Month            Year-to-Date
                              June 30,
                              2003
Formal Retailer Trainings        350 stores            12                294              84%

Manf/Retailer                        10                10                12               120%
Partnerships
Retailer Site Visits                 N/A              560               5,616              N/A
Total Retailers                      N/A               4                 774               N/A


        Appliance             Target           Actuals           Actuals            % of Target
         Turn In                               Month             Year-To-Date

       Appliances          10,500*            773              12,170              116%
        Turned In
Households Participating     N/A                                                     N/A
* Target was increased as a result of budget increase. Energy savings goal increase is reflected
in Estimated Energy/Demands Savings table above.


       CFL Bulbs              Target           Actuals              Actuals         % of Target
                                               Month              Year-To-Date
      Bulbs Sold               160,000         33,546               881,677*             551%
 Households Participating        N/A            5,883               118,330*              N/A

Products:                Actual Rebates          Actual Spiffs      Actuals            Actuals
                         Month                   Month              Rebates            Spiffs
                                                                    Y–T-D              Y-T-D
CFL Fixtures                     3                                      2,954*
CFL Torchieres                  28                                      2,467*
Clothes washers                1126                      36             7,947*            1,739*
   Dishwashers                   0                       28             1,053*            1,296*
   Refrigerators                 0                       27             2,587*            1,259*
   Dehumidifiers                90                                      7,017*
    Room A/Cs                   66                                      4,413*
    Ceiling Fans                 0                                       270*
     Room AC                     0                                       318*
       Turn In
*Includes Products from Pilot area

           Sales Data                Actual Month Total 7/03 to 1/03           Actual Y-T-D Total
       Clothes Washers                              1116*                             2012*
*Includes Products from Pilot area




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Program Name:     WISCONSIN ENERGY STAR HOMES

External Meetings:
Wisconsin ENERGY STAR Home staff and representatives continue to meet with builders and
construction trades throughout the state to promote the program and program services/expertise.

Activities with Other Administrators:
None to report

Personnel Changes:
None to report

Trade Ally/Participating Builder Activity:
Madison based Don Simon Homes, the largest participating builder, merged with Midland
Builders to form Veridian Homes. The new company represents over one-quarter of all housing
starts in Dane County and Veridian has pledged to build all homes next year within the program.

Ed Schmidt from Schmidt Custom Homes agreed to participate in a Building America case study.
The case study will be a joint effort between Schmidt Custom Homes, Steven Winter and
Associates, and program staff. The study is expected to be completed in August 2003.

The Valley Home Builders Association instituted new rules requires building science training as a
pre-requisite for all new members joining the association. The association has asked program
representatives to provide trainings on behalf of the association to fulfill this requirement. The
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association is also sponsoring the return of Joe Lstiburek to Appleton, November 12 . The
appearance of Mr. Lstiburek in combination with program representatives demonstrates a
substantial investment on the part of the building association to building science and also
demonstrates the associations recognition of our expertise in this area.

Renewable Energy Activities:
Staff completed the approval process for Residential Renewable Energy Program Plan. Working
on draft program training plan to submit to Department of Administration in early August of CY3.

Program staff and representatives attended the 2003 Midwest Renewable Energy and
Sustainable Living Fair in June. Program staff and representatives helped promote program
initiatives regarding new construction and renewable energy technologies, as well as generated
several good leads for future installation of solar domestic hot water systems.

Program staff responded to a Request for Proposal from the Million Solar Roofs Initiative. The
request includes co-funding opportunities for the new initiative with Building America and Zero
Energy Homes in the upcoming year

Program representatives conducted solar domestic hot water system training in Waupaca.
Training included contractor Dave Mitchell from Mitchell’s Heating and Air Conditioning and is
expected to produce 1 to 3 solar domestic hot water system installations in next program year.

Market Research Activities:
None to report

Education & Training Events:
Work with “next steps” for consultant candidates is on going. Several new consultants however
have already completed the “next steps” requirement and are actively contributing to the program.
New consultants already active include Rick Wheeler, Eric Skinner, Dale Bates, Pat Miller and

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Doug Mass. Program staff or representatives continue to coordinate/mentor these consultants as
well as actively encourage those not yet actively contributing to the program.

Program representatives in coordination with the Energy Center of Wisconsin completed the final
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Ventilation Basics training. The training was June 10 in Appleton. The training received an
overall grade of A- with 30 of the 32 attendees responding to the evaluation survey.

The curriculum development for the drainage plane training is complete. The dry run for the
training is set for early July. We anticipate having the training ready to market through
consultants and memberships with home building associations in mid-August.

Marketing/Public Relations:
Program staff/representatives continued to work in promoting program awareness and
participation amongst consumer, builders, and trade contractors through their activities in the
following events:

       Parade participation in the Manitowoc, Madison, Chippewa Valley and La Crosse HBA
        Parade of Home events
       Participation in the Superior Water and Light Open House event
       Presentations at American Fireplace in Waukesha and Madison Fireplace in Madison

In addition to the above events the following market activities were carried out in June:

       The radio and newspaper advertisement campaign continues, alternating a program
        awareness and HVAC promotional message in different markets statewide.
       An article for Successful Builder was completed and will run in the July/August issue.
       The interactive CD featuring clips from the Today’s Home Remodeler series was
        completed and will be distributed starting in July.

Technology R&D Activities:
The Energy Center of Wisconsin in coordination with selected contractor and program staff
continued work on the Basement Moisture study. Currently three houses have been equipped
with monitoring equipment and data loggers. Data loggers and equipment has been field-tested
and information downloaded from one of the study homes. Currently the Energy Center is
actively recruiting two more homes for the study. The deadline for recruitment of these two
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additional homes is end of 1 quarter CY3.

Based on the revised version of the Energy Center of Wisconsin furnace study future plans to
extend and build upon study results have been discussed. The formation of a working group,
consisting of program staff, DOA, ECW and members of the evaluation team, is complete. A kick-
off meeting scheduled for mid-July.

Work on coordinating new home construction into the Central Air Conditioning field research
continues. In June, study parameters for new construction were agreed upon and strategies for
recruiting program builders discussed. Recruitment to began in early July.

Priorities for Next Month:
Follow-up with customer calls generated in response to start of the awareness and promotion
campaign. Program is following up with callers by distributing a caller list to regional program
representatives to answer questions and recruit new homes owners and builders into the
program.

Conduct Consultant Quarterly Update meeting. At the meeting clarify CY3 program
modifications, present plans for modifying program policy and process, and solicit consultant

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feedback. Proposed plans are designed to increase the efficiency of service delivery, project
completion rate, and program value to both builders and consultants.

Problems and Resolutions:
Work over the past several months has yielded an increase in the tracking of electrical savings
technologies and interest in solar domestic hot hater technology. Despite this work however the
program goal of 50% ECM equipped furnaces, 25% higher SEER air conditioners, and solar
domestic hot water heater installations was not met in CY2. The program has taken steps to
address these issue going forward in CY3 and expects future goals to be met.

Work on other program goals is completed or in the case of the Builders Report Card has been
extended. The Builder Report card will be revised based on recent builder input and piloted to
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select group of builders by end of 1 quarter CY3.


        Estimated Energy/Demand Savings
             Units       Goal Through            Actual             Actual           % Of Target
                         June 30, 2003            Month          Year-To-Date
              Kw              208                  30                247                119%
             Kwh           891,000               128,304          1,049,004             118%
            Therms          80,813               11,637             95,143              118%

        Participation
                           Goal Through         Actual             Actual            % of Target
                           June 30, 2003        Month           Year-To-Date
         # Of Certified         750              108                883                 118%
            Homes




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Program Name:     Apartment and Condo Efficiency Services

External Meetings:
Five ACES staff members attended the 3-day Multifamily Building 2003 conference in New York
City. Scott Pigg, Energy Center of Wisconsin (ECW), and Andrew Price, Franklin Energy
Services (FES), presented preliminary results of the Rental Characterization Study. Don Hynek,
DOA; Jack Jenkins, ACES; and Jack Daniels, FES also attended.

FES personnel attended the 5-day international ASHRAE winter conference in Kansas City, MO.
The topics covered ranged from HVAC systems for improved maintenance in residential
buildings, effects of HVAC systems on moisture penetration of building materials, and solar
domestic hot water systems.

FES personnel gave a presentation to the Fox Valley Apartment Association (Appleton, WI)
regarding the benefits and incentives of the ACES program. The presentation was well received
with approximately 65-70 people in attendance. Several project leads were acquired as a result
of the presentation.

FES personnel gave a presentation to the Central Wisconsin Apartment Association (Stevens
Point, WI) regarding the benefits and incentives of the ACES program, and Alec Linde regarding
the Home Performance Program. There were approximately 25 people in attendance.

FES personnel met with representatives of the following projects:
    DuQuaine Development gave a final report regarding Crystal Lake Villas in Green Bay,
       WI.
    Oakbrook Builders regarding a 110 unit building in Madison, WI.
    Nature’s Classroom in Mukwonago, WI and gave a final report.
    King Street Apartments in Madison, WI and gave a final report.

Activities with Other Administrators:
None to report

ACES Team Coordination:
Managers from Battelle, Conservation Services Group (CSG), ECW, and FES provided many
updates on completed projects as CY2 concluded. They also cooperated on preparing to launch
CY3 activities.

Personnel Changes:
None to report

Trade Ally/Partner Activities:
None to report

Market Research and Technology R&D Activities:
Battelle installed new, energy efficient equipment for the Resource Efficient Laundry (REL) Room
Demonstration on June 5, including washer/dryers, water heaters, and lighting. Battelle
completed the collection of baseline data downloading the baseline lighting and water heater
consumption data on June 5, and summarized the washer data from the high efficiency
equipment. Battelle prepared an initial progress report summarizing the washer data (baseline
and high efficiency) collected through the month of June for review by ACES staff. A service call
was required the week of June 9 on two of the efficient washers to reset the electronic controllers
on both machines. These machines were out of service for 48 hours. Battelle also installed new


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hose bibs in one laundry room, and smaller high efficiency electric water heaters in the three
laundry rooms.

Battelle conducted a Technology Screening Workshop on June 4 in Madison. The outcome from
the workshop was a series of matrices identifying technologies, their maturity in the marketplace,
their application to Wisconsin multifamily, and their cost-effectiveness. Since the last workshop
(in March 2002) there have been the developments in efficient and compact gas boiler/water
heater technologies, as well as in new lower-cost lighting technologies. Other technologies such
a new/improved and innovative building (shell) construction materials that have yet to be
demonstrated in low-rise multifamily were classified as 2+ years away from the marketplace.
These materials and technologies show merits for consideration in new resource-efficient
multifamily construction. Attendees included staff from DOA, ACES contractors, an owner, a
MG&E multifamily specialist, Prior Engineering, and several equipment suppliers.

ECW continued data cleaning and analysis for the rental characterization study. ECW presented
some preliminary results from the study at the multifamily 2003 conference in New York city.
ECW continued the data analysis for the assessment of multifamily rating systems. This project
is being conducted in conjunction with the rental characterization study. A draft of the final report
will be available by mid-July.

ECW finalized the report for building and owner education and training needs assessment.

ECW distributed a draft of the final report for performance testing from CDH Energy.

Education & Training Events:
Approximately 100 individuals attended the High Performance Building Envelope Training Series,
and more than 61% of the participants registered for multiple sessions. This brought the total
number of registrants for the training series to 156. ECW is in the process of tabulating
evaluations.

Key Public Events:
None to report

Marketing/Public Relations:

The text for the following case studies are being routed for comments, and then will be put into
layout.
     The new construction “how to” overview. The audience will be developers and case
        study discusses how Focus on Energy can provide the most help when involved as early
        as possible in the planning of a new project.
     The Campus Inn case study, “Replacing an Old Boiler Saves Money and Eases
        Headaches”.
     The Amity Apartment case study, ”Design Review and Assistance Reduced Energy
        Costs Before Work Begins.”
     The Metropolitan Place case study, “Key to Savings: Get the Most Out of your Heating
        and Cooling Investment.
     Ellsworth case study, “Beating the Clock: Even Energy Upgrades at the Last Minute Can
        Mean Big Savings.” This case study discusses how even a project that is under way can
        save energy and help to save energy on additional buildings that are being built.

The public relations team took photos of the new equipment begin installed in the laundry rooms
in La Crosse for the Resource Efficient Laundry (REL) Room Demonstration. These photos will
be used in a press release when the study results are reported.


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The marketing communications plan was developed for CY3. The objectives and strategies are
being reviewed to ensure consistency with program goals.

A total of four calls were received from the letter that was sent to the housing authorities
throughout Wisconsin, which included a copy of the Oneida Heights reduced-cost lighting
installation press release.

Assessments:
FES performed assessments for 67 buildings.

Common Area Lighting Direct Installations:
Conservation Services Group (CSG) completed installations of 39 projects that will provide
estimated annual savings of 608,091 kWh. These installations provided owners with incentives of
$55,658. This brings the totals for CY2 to 431 completed projects, comprised of 1,363 buildings
containing 22,601 units. The total estimated annual savings for these completed projects is
7,804,085 kWh and the program has provided owners with rewards totaling $892,790.

CSG also completed lighting assessments for 6 potential new projects, presented 9 proposals to
owners, and obtained signed contracts for 11 projects. Requiring customer co-payments for all
types of lighting does not appear to be a barrier to participation. At the end of June, CSG has
another 572,855 kWh of potential savings in projects at various stages in the production pipeline.
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ENERGY STAR Products:
Purchases of 2,396 products for use in buildings with 4+ units qualified for Cash-Back Rewards
this month. The CY2 total is 54,119 rewards producing savings of 3,646,939 kWh, 153.85 kW,
and 1,961 Therms.

New Construction Design Review/Assistance Activities:
FES confirmed three new design assistance projects:
    Byco Investments, Inc.: 12 TDI-8 unit buildings and 2 TDI-12 unit buildings for a total of
       120 units. They will be using a panelized construction technique and would like to review
       the building orientation and HVAC equipment for the TDI units located in Rothschild,
       Wisconsin.
    Cudahy Millennium Housing Corp, a 13-unit HUD project looking for a full design review
       located in Cudahy, Wisconsin.
    Janesville I & II Millennium Housing Corp. two 20-unit HUD projects also looking for full
       design review located in Janesville, Wisconsin.

FES presented four showcase projects: Findorff Yards, in Madison, Wisconsin, Housing
Initiatives in Madison, Wisconsin, l & L Properties LLC in Wausau, Wisconsin, and Watertown
Senior Housing II LLC in Watertown, Wisconsin.

Renewable Energy Activities:
FES delivered a proposal to New Wine Co-op located in Madison for a solar domestic water
heating system.

Bob Ramlow presented the benefits of installing SDHW systems on multifamily buildings at the
Technology Screening Workshop on June 4.

Priorities for Next Month:
Battelle will deliver the report summarizing the outcomes of the Technology Screening workshop,
and will finalize the CY2 Progress Report on REL, and the statement of work for CY3. Battelle
will continue to collect and process washer/dryer data from the three laundry rooms.


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Marketing efforts will include meeting with Hoffman York (HY) to discuss public relations items for
CY3, and to combine marketing and public relations opportunities where possible. HY will
develop letters to program allies, to share the benefits of signing up with the ACES program. HY
will develop letters to three audiences from the Apartment Association of South Central
Wisconsin: (1) for developers, focusing on the benefits of using ACES services--particularly the
new construction services, (2) for owners/operators who are members of the association,
describing the reduced-cost lighting installation program; and (3) for larger audiences (housing
authorities, owner/operators who are not in the association, etc.), talking about the ACES
program and its services.

Marketing will complete and print the owners tip sheet being developed for owners of smaller
builders (4-8 units). It will provide examples of problems and recommended solutions. A total of
3,000 will be printed and given to the residential information center and subcontractors for
distribution.

Problems and Resolutions:
None to report

Future Discussions:
None to report


       Implemented Energy Savings
                     Goal Through                  Actuals        Actuals
         Units                                                                     % of Goal
                     June 30, 2003                 Month        Year-To-Date
          KW              1,867                        289.31          1684.5          90%
         KWh            8,000,000                   2,048,288      18,341,624         229%
     Therms Saved                                     135,390       1,221,270
    Therms Added
                                                           0           (30,866)
   from Conversion
      Net Therms         600,000                     135,390         1,252,136        209%



    Participation
                                         Target                        Actuals
                                                         Actuals                        % of
   Service                              Through                        Year-To-
                                                         Month                         Target
                                     June 30, 2003                      Date
                                          250
   Assessments / Audits                                    67             540          216%
                                       Buildings
   Direct Install Common Area
                                     600 Buildings        110            1363          227%
   Lighting
                                         4112
   In-Unit Direct Install (July to
                                         Units              0            4,764         116%
   Dec)
   Existing: Contractor EE
                                     200 Proposals         59             388          194%
   proposals
   Existing: Project                      50
                                                           43             196          392%
   Installations                       Projects
   New Construction: Design
                                      20 Projects           3             20           100%
   Assistance
   New Construction:
                                      5 Projects            4              8           160%
   Showcases

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Installed Measures:

             ENERGY STAR® Products: Apartment & Condo participants’ rewards:
                                     Actual Rebates    Actuals Rebates
                                         Month                Y-T-D
      CFL’s                               2383               36005
      Lighting Fixtures                     1                  497
      CFL Torchieres                        3                  158
      Instant Lighting                      0                16971
      Clothes Washers                       8                  83
      Refrigerator                          0                  42
      Dishwasher                            0                  27
      Dehumidifier                          0                  62
      Cool Change AC Under 10,000           0                  196
      Cool Change AC Over 10,000            1                  55
      Ceiling Fans                          0                  13
      AC Turn In                            0                  10
                    TOTAL                2,396               54,119




                                                                          Page 16
Program Name:      Information & Education

External Meetings:
None to report

Activities with Other Administrators:
Continued discussions with Business Programs, the Renewable Energy program and UW
Extension to develop scopes of work in UW Extension’s contract that would address all sectors
served by Focus.

Partnered with the Renewable Energy and Business programs to staff the Focus tent at the
Midwest Renewable Energy Association’s Renewable Energy & Sustainable Living Fair.

Trade Ally/Partner Activities:
Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) finalized and printed an article about the Cool Change
promotion and included it in June bill inserts sent to residential customers.

Alliant Energy previously ran a “Welcome Mat” ad promoting Focus on Energy’s Residential
                                                                 th
programs in May, and again decided to re-run the ad in the June 8 edition of the special Parade
of Homes insert in the Wisconsin State Journal.

Alliant Energy has also asked that we partner with them on a lighting and energy display at a
senior fest in Grant County this October. The utility has participated in the festival in past years
and said that over 700 people typically attend.

Xcel Energy has notified us that they would like to send a direct mail piece to all their residential
electric customers in Wisconsin this fall, similar to the one we created for them last summer. The
brochure will highlight each of the Residential programs and the Renewable Energy program, and
encourage customers to contact Focus on Energy to learn more about how they can participate.

Xcel also began sending a postcard mailer in late June to 13,000 customers they would like to
convert to natural gas service. The mailer also mentioned that customers should contact Focus
on Energy to see if they qualify for additional fuel switch and/or equipment rewards.

We have continued to work with We Energies to plan our exhibit with them in Energy Park at the
State Fair. Staff from the Residential programs will be meeting with We Energies representatives
on July 15 for a pre-fair orientation session.

Energy Saver Kits and program literature have started shipping to WPS’s Customer Assistance
Advisors (CAA). The CAAs met with customers to assist with budgeting, bill payment and energy
assistance issues. As part of an agreement with WPS, the Home Performance with ENERGY
STAR program will provide the CAAs with energy saving devices and tips for up to 500 homes
and the CAAs will deliver the materials and talk to the customer about Focus on Energy
programs.

In June we also helped to celebrate an Open House event for the first home completed as part of
a Wisconsin ENERGY STAR Homes – certified affordable housing development in Superior. We
initially became involved in the project through a partnership with Superior Water, Light & Power.
The partnership, which has already received local media attention, expects to build and certify
about four new homes per year.

Tabletop display panels promoting the Residential and Renewable Energy programs have been
sent to the six UW Extension district offices, for use by county agents at local fairs and events.

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“800” Number Summary:
Information Center Specialists handled 4,503 calls in June.

Consumer calls on the Residential Information 800 line:                          4,424
Calls to old 800 lines                                                              11
Trade Ally:                                                                         68
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Renewable Energy Activities:
Focus on Energy had an exhibit tent at the Midwest Renewable Energy Association’s Renewable
Energy and Sustainable Living Fair, which represented all sectors and programs but highlighted
the Renewable Energy program. Attendees to the Fair are estimated at 13,000.




                                                                                      Page 18
Education & Training Events:
While the building science curriculum was not implemented at any campus this year, the
curriculum has been finalized in certificate series format. (This enables us to reach both current
students and professionals in the field.) Wisconsin Technical College System staff are working
with staff at three campuses--Blackhawk, Lakeshore and Nicolet--to implement the certificate
series next contract year.

KEEP inservices were conducted in Cedarburg and Custer.

              Location                      Start Date           Focus on             Municipal/
                                                                  Energy            Cooperative
                                                                 Attendees       Territory Attendees
   Oshkosh                          August 19                26
   Milwaukee                        August 20                11
   Oshkosh                          August 20                23
   Oshkosh                          September 16             24
   Prentice                         October 18               7
   Waupaca                          October 1                7
   Spencer                          October 1                9
   Oshkosh                          October 15               18
   Eau Claire                       November 2               18
   Milwaukee                        November 9               18
   Rhinelander                      January 10               13
   Ashland                          January 25               17
   Janesville                       January 28               16
   Sturgeon Bay                     February 3               0                             8
   Manitowoc                        March 4                  1                            18
   Wausau                            March 7                 7
   Hillsboro                        April 8                  10
   Milwaukee                        May 31                   10
   Cedarburg                        June 26                  4                            13
   Totals for FY03                                           239                          39
   Totals for FY02                                           208                          48
   Total for 1997-1999                                       1393
                  Grand total (Focus+Muni)                                     1927

       Special Topic/Enrichment Courses
    Course Title     Location           Start Date            Wisconsin Focus          Municipal/
                                                                 on Energy            Cooperative
                                                                 Attendees              Territory
                                                                                       Attendees
   Solar            Madison         October 8                         8
   Partnership
   Concepts and     Online          November 4                       12
   Practices
   KEEP II          Oshkosh         January 25                       15
   Concepts and     Online          February 24                      18                    1
   Practices
   Energy Fair      Custer          June 20                          21
   Renewable        Custer          June 20                           7
   Energy
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                                                                                           Page 19
KEEP conducted an energy education promotion meeting at Madison Gas and Electric to
brainstorm outreach and marketing techniques for teachers in the Madison area.

KEEP received two major outreach items this month; new program brochures and new tabletop
display panels.

KEEP continued planning outreach activities related to the “Bright Idea” CFL fundraiser. Staff
mailed an announcement postcard to 1,800 teachers and finished the guideline documents for
the 2003-2004 event. Twenty interested teachers were sent details about the project.

The KEEP staff dedicated extensive time and effort this month to planning, preparation and
participation at the Renewable Energy & Sustainable Living Fair in Custer. KEEP expanded its
renewable energy education efforts at the Energy Fair this year by hosting an Educator Tent. This
tent was filled with educational sessions, informative displays, and networking opportunities as
described below:

Educator Tent Sessions:
In the Educator Tent, KEEP provided twelve, 50+ minute sessions geared toward K-12 educators
throughout the weekend. Over 354 people attended these sessions, with another 92 people in
special sessions and 668+ people visited the tent during the weekend. Twenty-four participants
attended the session led by KEEP entitled “Teaching Students Through Building: Gimme Shelter
Construction, Wisconsin Energy Star Homes, PJ Jacobs Middle School, Fresh Start Program.”

Community-Based Programs:
In June, the Community-Based Programs focused on preparing new scopes of work for the six-
month period from July 1 to December 31, 2003.

Ashland: The CY3 scope will emphasize the completion and closure of current projects (e.g.
Senior Citizen Energy Saver Kit project) and efforts to find alternative sources of support for
continued energy management efforts in Ashland.

Evansville: Evansville’s CY3 scope places a strong emphasis on ensuring the sustainability of the
Evansville initiative. In June, Community Coordinator Cathy Rooney and Outreach Specialist Dan
Ackerstein presented to the City Council’s Historic Preservation Committee on the subject of the
Home Performance Insulation Project. The presentation and discussion that followed highlighted
successes and shortcomings of the project, and produced valuable insights on the intersection of
energy efficiency efforts and historic preservation.

Oneida: Home Performance ratings have been completed on 12 Land Management Homes.
Insulation work has been put out to bid; furnace replacements and ventilation work are on
schedule as well. Oneida will not receive additional dollars for CY3 – their CY2 contract has been
extended with no new resources.

Priorities for Next Month:
Review Info Ed goals for CY3 and begin planning for how those goals will be met throughout the
year. Review scopes of work with KEEP and UW Extension to clarify expectations and goals
within their contracts as well.

Problems and Resolutions:
None to report



                                                                                            Page 20
Personnel Changes:
Jessica Kurtenbach was promoted to Utility Relations Manager. She now works with all utilities
participating in Focus on Energy along with municipal and coop utilities.

The responsibility of working with UW Extension has been transitioned from Jessica Kurtenbach
to Dan Ackerstein.

Future Discussions:
None to report




                                                                                        Page 21
Information and Education Market Goals and Metrics
                          Target      Actuals        Actuals      % of Goal
                        Through        Month       Year-To-Date
                     June 30, 2003
Class A utilities            6             2             6          100%
promoting Focus                     (Alliant, WPS)
programs to
customers
Percent of County          50%             0            19         52.8%
Extension offices       (36 of 71
making fact sheets      counties)
available to
customers
Percent of public          10%             0            60          196%
libraries making       (31 of 305                     19.6%
fact sheets          Focus-eligible
available to            libraries)
customers
WTCS campuses                3             0             0           0%
integrating building
science curriculum
K-12 teachers              150            12           237          158%
inserviced on
energy education




                                                                    Page 22
Program Name:     Home Performance w/ ENERGY STAR

External Meetings:
Attended two WBA Remodelers Council meetings one in Madison and one in Milwaukee.

Activities with Other Administrators:
None to report

Personnel Changes:
None to report

Trade Ally/Partner Activities:
 Held a meeting for staff and outreach specialists to plan activities specified in the CY3
   contract.
 Presented Home Performance to lead carpenters of TDS construction
 Presented Home Performance to one Appleton area remodeling contractor
 Met with sales staff of Madison Fireplace explaining program benefits
 Presented and maintained relationships with Eau Claire area remodeling companies: Balts
   Const, Home Tech Builders, LoCan Construction, Chwala Construction, Wiggins Builders,
   Shaw Construction, Liberty Construction, Sunderland Construction, Larsen Construction,
 Completed 2 pre residential performance evaluations for Madison area remodelers
 Completed 1 post residential performance evaluations for a Madison area remodeler
 Performed 11 quality control site visits in the Eau Claire area.
 Performed 5 technical assistance visits in the Ashland area
 Performed 5 technical assistance visits in the Milwaukee area
 Provided 3 mentoring visits for Stevens Point area insulator

Technology R&D Activities:
Initiated fieldwork preparation for the Central Air Conditioner (CAC) study. Awarded contracts for
monitoring equipment and installation. Install of monitoring equipment to begin in July.

Renewable Energy Activities:
Gained DOA approval on CY3 Residential Renewable Energy Program Plan. Chuck Sasso is
preparing a draft of a CY3 program training plan to submit to DOA.

Several good leads were generated at the 2003 MREA Renewable Energy and Sustainable
Living Fair in June, both from customers, and from contractors interested in becoming SDHW
installers.

Dave Kinyon, representing WECC and residential renewables and Niels Wolter from WREN have
responded to an RFP from the Million Solar Roofs initiative for co-funding opportunities for the
new initiative with Building America and Zero Energy Homes.

Solar Domestic Hot Water Activities:
Deliverables to date
System evaluation requests – 55
Completed evaluations – 28
Cost of completed evaluations - $2,400
New/Repair installation commitments – 57 with an approximate dollar commitment of $166,000
Systems commissioned - 12
9 contractors are in training.


                                                                                          Page 23
Market Research Activities:
Furnace and Air Conditioner Tracking (FACT)
                             rd
Completed processing of 3 quarter data and disseminated market share reports to participating
                            th    st
distributors. Received all 4 and 1 quarter data. The management of this project was transferred
to Scott Pigg.

Education & Training Events:
Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Technical Training Series – Combustion Safety Training
We held one session of Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Technical Training Series –
Combustion Safety Training on June 24 in Milwaukee. Three consultants and one HP staff
member were in attendance.

Key Public Events:
Building Performance staff and consultants held booths at total of five of fourteen homes during
the NARI remodeled homes tour. Booths were visited by anywhere between 200 and 700
participants and 500 information packets were distributed.

Keith Williams presented the Home Performance program to 60 participants at the Midwest
Renewable Energy Association’s renewable energy fair.

Marketing/Public Relations:
The Home Performance Overview Brochure is in production

Many Fact Sheets are being developed: Central Air Conditioning, Carbon
Monoxide, Remodeling, Buying a Used Home, Energy Usage for Typical House and
Checklist, Managing Your Thermostat, Furnace Sheet and Home Ventilation.

Placed an ad in the NARI Tour of Remodeled Homes. Two remodeling allies purchased
additional advertising through cooperative marketing.

Efficient Heating and Cooling Initiative:
Processed rewards for 2,204 qualifying equipment rewards in June.

Other Activities:
Building Performance exceeded its total unit goal for CY2, by completing 91 units in June for a
total of 422 units for CY2.

Priorities for Next Month:
Issue contract amendments for Building Performance Outreach Specialists.

An initial meeting will be held in July to develop the goals and methods for the follow up research
to the ECM furnace study. We anticipate additional research will combine or incorporate elements
of the furnace filter airflow study proposed in the CY3 Tech R&D plan. The framework will include
an approach to identify causes of ECM efficiency loss as a basis for programmatic adjustments to
improve consumer interaction and contractor installation practices.

Problems and Resolutions:
None to report




                                                                                          Page 24
Estimated Energy/Demand Savings – Building Performance
                                    Actuals
                Goal Through         Month             Actuals
    Units         June 30, 2003                    Year –To-Date         % Of Goal
Kw                     54             28.2               123.7             229%
KWh                 331,414         94,340             457,049             138%
Therms              174,741         47,578             195,953             112%
       *Note: *LP Job completions were included in the savings.
       **Savings from Solar Domestic Hot Water installations included.
       ***Savings from Ashland Community Project energy saver kits included.


Estimated Energy/Demand Savings – Efficient Heating & Cooling Initiative
                                    Actuals
                Goal Through         Month             Actuals
    Units         June 30, 2003                     Year -To-Date    % Of Goal
Kw                   1,705           1,117              5,845          343%
KWh                6,193,500       1,263,211          9,046,471        146%
Therms              449,600          16,344            159,006          35%
       *Note – LP Job completions were included in the savings

Participation
                      Target           Actuals
                     Through           Month            Actuals
                   June 30, 2003                      Year-To-Date          % Of Target
Pre-Ratings
                        120              37                193                 161%
Complete
Post-Ratings
                        120              20                52                   43%
Complete
Assessments
                        300              71                370                 123%
Complete
Qualifying
HVAC                    6,000           2,204            13,775                229%
Units Installed




                                                                                     Page 25
Program Name:     Targeted Home Performance

Activities with Other Administrators:
Continued coordination activities with the DOA – DOE – Weatherization Assistance and Energy
Services Bureau, Energy Assistance Programs.

Personnel Changes:
None to report

Trade Ally/Partner Activities:
The following agencies all have whole house and/or emergency heating system replacement
proposals in progress:

       ADVOCAP, Inc
       Ashland County Housing Authority
       CAI Rock/Walworth
       CAP Services Inc
       Coulee Cap
       City of Superior
       Central WI CAC
       Hartford CDA
       Indianhead CAA
       NEWCAP, Inc
       OIC-GM
       Project Home
       Racine/Kenosha
       CAA
       Southwest CAP
       Weatherization Services
       West CAP
       Western Dairyland CAA
       Pfeiffer’s Energy Services
       Building Services & Consultant

A total of 19 weatherization and three Home Performance providers are participating in the whole
house and/or emergency components of the program.

Continued working with program providers to determine the current status of the jobs with
accepted proposals and those referred without accepted proposals. Sent request for status in
early June in order to determine the final number of completions.

Finalized minimum participation levels with program providers – current program providers
committed to completing 375 whole house jobs. Sent CY3 Participation Agreements and
Program Modification Document to program providers the end of June.

185 whole house jobs (90 with accepted proposals), 2 emergency heating system replacements,
and one-emergency water heater replacement are currently in-progress at the program provider
level. Nearly $385,000 in whole house funds has been reserved through accepted proposals
going into CY3.

Received, reviewed, and accepted 33 proposals for whole house jobs and no emergency heating
or water heating system replacements.
                                                                                       Page 26
Keith Williams began coordination efforts with the YMCA of Milwaukee who may be interested in
coordinating their rehab program with Targeted Home Performance.

Education & Training Activities:
None to report

Key Public Events:
None to report

Marketing/Public Relations:
Began development of an oversized postcard to mail to potential participants that have already
received direct mail packets. Plan to use the postcard to increase participation in areas where
program providers need additional applicants.

Sent 30 program brochures to one Energy Assistance Provider.

Continued development of an informational letter and program application packet to mail to all of
the Housing Authorities and Offices on Aging statewide. Plan to send the mailing in the summer
to increase awareness and hopefully increase program referrals during a time when Energy
Assistance referrals will be waning.

Completed development of a table-top poster and 8 ½ x 11 sheet to be used at events – program
providers have requested display items for events in July.

Continued development of a note card or business card sized piece for use by the Energy
Assistance Providers as a quick reference sheet that they can keep on their desk. Plan to
distribute the information at the Fall 2003 Energy Assistance Update meetings.

Other Activities:
Provided clarification and support to program providers on Job Proposal and Completion Report
requirements.

Reviewed and processed program applications – made 34 whole house and 3 emergency
heating and no water heating system referrals to program providers for Targeted Home
Performance and 27 referrals to the Weatherization Assistance Program. 92 new applications
were received, 270 applications are currently being processed at WECC, and nine were denied
services.

Reviewed and processed 33 Whole House and two Emergency Heating Systems. No Emergency
Water Heater job completions occurred in June.

Continued design and development of database system for tracking emergency and whole house
job completions. The initial measure cost tracking interface was developed.

Participated in an update conference call with the evaluation team to discuss evaluation plan
changes as well as any additional program modifications for CY3 on June 2, 2003.

Finalized development of program requirements document, savings estimates, and planned
budget for CY3.

Priorities for Next Month:
Obtain, track and answer questions related to the participation agreements sent to program
providers in June.

                                                                                        Page 27
Coordinate with Energy Assistance Program to provide program information at their August and
September update meetings.

Continue review and processing of participant applications.

Continue review and processing of whole house job and emergency replacement proposals and
job completions.

Continue providing clarification and support to program providers on Job Proposal and
Completion Report requirements.

Continue providing support for Weatherization Providers that are using Home Performance allies
for insulation activities.

Problems and Resolutions:
None to report

Future Discussions:
None to report


Program: Estimated Energy/Demand Savings
                                                Actuals
                           Goal Through         Month           Actuals
          Units            June 30, 2003         (June)       Year-To-Date       % of Goal
          Kw                    15                11.2            49.2            328.0%
         KWh                  300,500            76,658         295,978            98.5%
        Therms                173,000            18,651          98,749            57.1%


Participation Targets
                                                    Actuals
                             Target Through         Month         Actuals
                              June 30, 2003          (June)     Year-To-Date     % of Target
 # Whole House
                                    425                33            147            34.6%
 Completions
 # Whole House
                                     --                33            216               --
 Proposals Accepted
 Emergency Heating
                                    125                 2             59            47.2%
 System Replacements
 Emergency Water
                                     75                 0             14            18.7%
 Heater Replacements




                                                                                      Page 28
Energy Savings Summary: Program Achievement to Date

The estimated energy and demand savings shown below represent (1) the technical potential of
      1
gross annual savings that would occur if all recommended energy efficiency products/services
were installed and /or provided, and (2) the installed gross annual savings based on program
                2
tracking results . These savings estimates are current as of June 30, 2003.



    Program Area        # of        Gross        Gross        Gross        Gross        Gross         Gross
                    Participants   Potential    Installed    Potential    Installed    Potential     Installed
                   Having Energy     kWh          kWh       kW Savings       kW         Therm         Therm
                      Savings      Savings      Savings                   Savings      Savings       Savings
                    Estimates3
ENERGY STAR           152,453                  76,886,147                  5,762.5                   246,045
  Products*
    WESH               883                     1,049,004                     247                       95,143
     ACES             24,288                   18,341,624                  1,684.5                   1,252,136
     Home             12,026                   9,503,520                   5,968.7                    354,955
Performance w/
ENERGY STAR
Targeted Home          185                      295,978                     49.2                      98,749
 Performance




1
 Gross annual savings estimates are based on an analysis made by the program administrator,
before any adjustments are made for qualifiers such as free ridership, accuracy of engineering
estimates and verification of installation by program evaluators. Net savings estimates may be
higher or lower than the gross amount.
2
  Installed savings estimates are based on the program administrator's reported results from
tracking participant's actual implementation of savings recommendations. The evaluators have
not verified these estimates at this time. Committed, but not installed, savings count only if the
program administrator has a signed commitment from the customer to install one or more of the
recommended measures by the end of the current contract period. For the first contract period,
this would mean installation by June 30, 2002.
3
 For appliance and technology rebate/financing programs, where building assessments are not
practical, document the number of participants identified through other program tracking methods
such as sales tracking or periodic surveys of vendors, etc.
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