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                                    Direct Mail CFLs


                            Ryan Firestone and Carrie Nelson
                                    August 30, 2011
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                                         Background
 Prior to recent CFL updates, a single savings value was attributed
  to all delivery mechanisms
 During CFL updates, savings were changed to be reflective of
  delivery mechanism
    Only retail and direct install measures updated by the RTF
 For programmatic tracking, measures listed in the PTR were and
  continue to be split out across other delivery channels, but retail
  savings assumptions were used
    Direct mail
          Non-requested
          Requested
 The RTF has requested that BPA bring the direct mail measure to
  the RTF for approval for its own savings value


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                    Overview – Direct Mail CFLs
 Objective
    •Approval of CFL savings under direct mail delivery mechanisms,
     same as retail measure
       •Separate kWh/lamp savings for standard and specialty CFLs

 Data
     Engineering
         RTF approved residential CFL (2011) and residential
          specialty CFL (2010) analyses
     Storage and Removal
         BPA direct mail participant survey and literature review
          (2010)
     Cost
         Fluid Market Research direct mail program costs
 Results and Proposal
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                                 BPA Lighting Report
 In 2010, BPA contracted with RIA to provide a lighting assessment
  of Residential Direct Distribution CFLs

 Objective - programmatic review of the distribution of CFLs to
  residential ratepayers through direct mail or direct-install
  activities.

 Telephone surveys with 202 participants across seven utilities




    Final Report / Lighting Program Assessment: Residential Direct Distribution , June 15, 2010
    Funded by Bonneville Power Administration, Prepared by Research Into Action, Inc.
    http://www.bpa.gov/energy/n/reports/evaluation/pdf/Residential_CFL_Final.pdf
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         Installation Rates of Direct Mail Bulbs
     The table below is a summary of the weighted average installation rate,
      which varies depending on the number of bulbs shipped in the direct
      mailing
     Weighted average of 60%
         • Self-reported, mix of specialty and standard bulbs




     Based on the results of the study, BPA is considering it best practice to limit
      the number of bulbs in a non-requested direct mail package to 4 bulbs.
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                                    Literature Review




Final Report / Lighting Program Assessment: Residential Direct Distribution , June 15, 2010
Funded by Bonneville Power Administration, Prepared by Research Into Action, Inc.
http://www.bpa.gov/energy/n/reports/evaluation/pdf/Residential_CFL_Final.pdf
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Conclusion on Installation Rates for Direct Mail
 For both specialty and standard CFLs, use installation
  rates consistent with retail bulbs (64%)
     Recent research shows reported install rates: ~60%
     Literature review install rates: ~70%
     Current retail standard CFL install rate: 64%
         Direct mail studies consistently show results that
          are not significantly different from this
     Current retail specialty CFL install rate: 80%
         Completed research does not distinguish between
          types


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                                               Cost Analysis
 Program cost data from Fluid Market Research
                                                                    Utility 1                Utility 2                Utility 3
                                        Number of Kits              4,803                      4,747                  5,893
                                         Lamps per Kit                10                         14                      2
                                          Total Lamps               48,030                    66,458                  11,786
                                                                                     candelabra (9W) x 2
                                                       twist (13W) x 3               twist (14W) x 2
Program Details
                                        Types of Lamps twist (18W) x 3               twist (23W) x 2          twist (19W) x 2
                                                       globe (15W) x 4               reflector (16W) x 4
                                                                                     globe (14W) x 4
                                                                                                              shower head (1 or 2)
                                  Additional Materials marketing material            marketing material
                                                                                                              marketing material
                                Address Labels                       $0.33                    $0.20                   $0.11
                                Shipping Boxes                       $0.62                    $0.60
                                                                                                                          $0.74
                            Packaging Supplies                       $0.29                    $0.18
Shipping Costs                       Assembly                        $1.65                    $1.03                       $1.90
                      USPS Parcel Post Shipping                      $6.20                    $6.80                       $6.90
                                                    total            $9.09                    $8.81                    $9.65
                      Administrative fee (per lamp)                  $0.25                    $0.25                    $0.25
 Other Costs
                             Sales Tax (per lamp)                     12%                      10%                      8%



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                                              Cost Analysis
 Program cost data from Fluid Market Research

                                     Twist            Specialty   Notes
             material cost           $1.42             $2.81      weighted average
                 shipping            $1.02              $1.02     average kit shipping cost, divided by nine lamps
          administrative             $0.25             $0.25      $0.25/lamp for all programs
                 sales tax           $0.14             $0.28      weighted average sales tax rate (10%)
      total cost per lamp            $2.83             $4.36




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                                                             Results
 Comparison of deemed and proposed parameters and
  results
                                                   Savings derating factors                         site energy
                                                                                                                measure cost
                                                                                                   savings (kWh              TRC B/C Ratio
                                                                                     Space                        ($/lamp)
                                     Removal       Take-back       Storage                             /lamp)
                                                                                  Conditioning

                                                                                  Standard CFLs

    Direct Install and NEEA
                                         4%             0%             0%               14%            24.3           $2.80           3.5
 Delivery Method (demed)

             Retail (deemed)             0%             0%             36%              14%            15.6           $2.80           3.3

                   Direct Mail           4%             0%             36%              14%            15.0           $2.83           3.1

                                                                                  Specialty CFLs


    Direct Install (deemed)              4%             0%             0%               14%            22.6           $3.20           3.5

             Retail (deemed)             0%             0%             20%              14%            18.8           $1.80           4.5

                   Direct Mail           4%             0%             36%              14%            14.5           $4.36           2.2


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                    Proposal #1 – Standard CFLs
 Accept direct mail delivery mechanism savings, using
  the following site savings de-rating factors for standard
  CFLs
     Storage rate (36%)
     Removal rate (4%)
     Δwatts and hours-of-use parameters are the same as
      the deemed retail values.
     Result: 15.0 kWh




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                    Proposal #2 – Specialty CFLs
 Accept provisional direct mail delivery mechanism
  savings, using the following site savings de-rating factors
  for specialty CFLs
     Storage rate (36%)
     Removal rate (4%)
     Δwatts and hours of use parameters are the same as
      the deemed retail values.
     Result: 14.5 kWh

 Accept research plan for collecting data on specialty
  bulbs


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            Research Proposal for Specialty CFLs
 Through participant phone surveys, collect the following
  information:
     Number and type of specialty bulbs received
     Number and type of specialty bulbs installed
     Why bulbs were not installed
     If non-installed bulbs were:
         Placed in storage
         Removed after installation
         Disposed of
     Planned future installation of specialty bulbs


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                                            Questions




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            Standard CFL – Measure Summary
                Measure Classification and Properties
                Market Sector           Residential
                Market Segment          All Segments
                Measure Category        CFL Lighting
                                        Replacement of incandescent lamps with hard-wired
                                        Energy Star CFL fixtures or screw-in Energy Star CFL
                Measure Description     lamps.
                                        General service incandescent lamps with a rated lumens
                                        of 750 to 1049 manufactured after December 31, 2013
                                        shall have a maximum rate wattage of 43 watts and a
                                        minimum rate lifetime of 1,000 hours. Measure shall not
                Sunset Criteria         remain in effect after Dec 31, 2013.
                Primary Workbook        ResCFLLighting_v1.xls


                                            ProCostInputs.xls, EStarLighting_NewFY09v1_0.xls,
                                            PNWResSectorSupplyCurveUnits_6thPlan.xls,
                Linked Workbooks            PNWResCharactericsData_6thPlan.xls


                                              Total of 38 measures ("CFL Lamp" Measure Type x 2
                                            Delivery Method Types x 12 Room Types + "CFL Lamp"
                                             Measure Type x Retail Delivery Method Type x 1 Room
                Number of Measures,
                                            Type + "CFL Fixture" Measure Type x 1 Delivery Method
                and UES Components
                                            Type x 12 Room Types + "CFL Lamp" Measure Type x
                                             Direct Mail Delivery Method Type x 1 Room Type= 38
                                                             CFL Lighting measures)
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            Standard CFL – Measure Summary
                Measure Identifiers
                Identifier                                                        Possible Values                                                                Further Explanation and Sources

                Measure Type                                   Replacement - CFL Lamp or Replacement - CFL Fixture

                                            Direct Install and NEEA Socket Count: Any Exterior, Any Interior, Bathroom, Bedroom, Dining,
                                                     Garage, Hall/Entrance, Kitchen, Living Room, Office, Other, and Average of All           "Final Evaluation Report: Upstream Lighting Program" KEMA, Inc., CPUC
                Room Type
                                                                                                                                                                          (February 8, 2010)
                                                                                     Retail: Any

                                                           CFL Lamps: Retail, Direct-Install, NEEA Bulb Count, Direct Mail
                Delivery Type                                                                                                                                                RTF decision
                                                                            CFL Fixtures: Direct-Install




                Constant Parameters

                Parameter                                                         Possible Values                                                                 Further Explanation and Sources
                                                                                                                                           This value is applied to the gross savings (Gross Savings x (1-0.15)) to reflect
                                                                                                                                              the net positive effects from heat gain associated with conditioned space
                                                                                                                                           lighting. The value depends on % Space Heat Interaction, an Electric Heating
                Space Conditioning
                                                                     15% (Only applied to interior Room Types)                             Market Share %, HVAC-type weights, and HVAC-type heating efficiencies that
                Interaction %
                                                                                                                                                              are developed in external RTF workbooks.
                                                                                                                                             [PNWResSectorSupplyCurveUnits_6thPlan.xls - 'Summary of Residential
                                                                                                                                                                               Units' tab]
                                                                                                                                            RTF decision to assume 2 lamps per fixture for all Room Types; however, the
                # Lamps per Fixture                                 2 lamps per fixture (Depends on Room Type)                             calculation worksheet is set up to potentially have different values by room type
                                                                                                                                                                          for this parameter
                                                                                                                                           Based on unweighted distribution of socket counts extracted from the Upstream
                                                                                                                                                Lighting Inventory dataset - the main inventory dataset used for: "Final
                                                                                                                                           Evaluation Report: Upstream Lighting Program". KEMA, Inc. CPUC (February 8,
                # Fixtures per Room               0.05 to 3.15 fixtures/room (for non-averaged Room types; Depends on Room Type)            2010), and # fixtures per household from: Baseline Residential Lighting Energy
                                                                                                                                              Use Study Final Report Prepared by Lyle S. Tribwell and David I. Lerman
                                                                                                                                            Tacoma Public UtilitiesTacoma, Washington Bonneville Power Administration
                                                                                                                                                                                May 1996

                Fixture Usage/Hours of          Direct-Install and NEEA Socket Count: 1.2 to 3.9 hours/day (Depends on Room Type)             "Final Evaluation Report: Upstream Lighting Program.” KEMA, Inc. CPUC
                Use (HOU) [Hours/day]                                          Retail: 1.9 hours/day                                                        (February 8, 2010). Volume 1, Table 39 (p. 77)

                Fixture Storage %                                                        0%                                                 RTF decision that assumes all CFL fixtures are installed through the program
                                                                                                                                           RTF reviewed multiple sources, and assumes Take Back is 0% after a June 2,
                                                                                                                                           2009 RTF meeting. The sources reviewed in the workbook calculations are: (1)
                Fixture Take Back %                                                                                                          Lighting Efficiency Technology Report, Vol 1, page 31, Figure 19. California
                (Represents increased                                                                                                         Baseline. Prepared for the CEC, Sept 1999. (2) Table 4-2, page 4-2. CFL
                                                                                         0%
                lighting hours of use due                                                                                                     METERING STUDY FINAL REPORT Prepared for Pacific Gas & Electric
                to CFL installation)                                                                                                         Company, San Diego Gas & Electric Company, Southern California Edison
                                                                                                                                                             Company. Prepared by KEMA Inc. Feb. 2005
                                                                                                                                           May 5, 2009 RTF Meeting (PSE survey showed 37% storage rate) and June 2,
                Lamp Storage %                    36% (Retail: Storage %); 4% (Direct-Install: Removal %); 0 % (NEEA Bulb Count)
                                                                                                                                                                      2009. RTF Meeting
                Lamp Take Back %                                                                                                           RTF reviewed multiple sources, and assumes Take Back is 0% after a June 2,
                (Represents increased                                                                                                      2009 RTF meeting. The sources reviewed in the workbook calculations are: (1)
                                                                                         0%
                lighting hours of use due                                                                                                    Lighting Efficiency Technology Report, Vol 1, page 31, Figure 19. California
                to CFL installation)                                                                                                          Baseline. Prepared for the CEC, Sept 1999. (2) Table 4-2, page 4-2. CFL
                                                                                                                                                                      Reference, Installation Rate
                                                                                                                                            Final Report / Lighting Program Assessment: Residential Direct Distribution,
                direct mail installation                                                                                                                      Funded by Bonneville Power Administration
                                                                                        64%
                rate                                                                                                                                   Prepared by Research Into Action, Inc., June 15, 2010
                                                                                                                                            data based on telephone surveys with 202 participants across seven utilities
                                                                                                                                            http://www.bpa.gov/energy/n/reports/evaluation/pdf/Residential_CFL_Final.pdf

                                                                                                                                                                      Reference, Removal Rate
                                                                                                                                            Energy Efficiency Mass Distribution Program Innovations, Proceedings of the
                                                                                                                                                                    ACEEE 2008 Summer Study
                                                                                                                                                  http://www.aceee.org/proceedings-paper/ss08/panel02/paper04
                Direct mail removal rate                                                 4%                                                   Jacqueline Berger, APPRISE / Jeff Ackermann, Colorado Public Utilities
                                                                                                                                                        Commission / Michael Blasnik, Blasnik & Associates
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                                                                                                                                           Lamps were delivered in January through June 2007 / Survey was conducted in
                                                                                                                                             August and September / Interviews were conducted with 765 direct install
                                                                                                                                                   clients, 106 / workshop clients, and 563 mass mailing clients.
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                                            Standard CFL – Measure Summary

Unit Energy Savings (UES) Estimation Method, Parameters and Sources
Measure Type           UES Component                                      Analysis approach                          Primary Parameter / Adjustment   Baseline Description                  Efficient Case Description             Baseline Source                             Efficient Case Source
                                                                                                                     Factor
                                                                            Savings is determined by calculating                                                                                                                   Unweighted average wattages by room
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Unweighted average wattages by room type from
                                                                          the difference between the annual kWh                                                                                                                    type from the Upstream Lighting Inventory
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               the Upstream Lighting Inventory dataset. (Datset
                                                                                 consumptions of a fixture with                                                                                                                    dataset. (Datset that was used as
  Replacement - CFL                                                                                                                                   53.3 to 66.5 watts (Depends on Room   15.60 to 20.38 watts (Depends on                                                   that was used as primary inventory source in
                                        One Component                        incandescent lamps and an Energy                                                                                                                      primary inventory source in "Final
        Fixture                                                                                                                                       Type)                                 Room Type)                                                                         "Final Evaluation Report: Upstream Lighting
                                                                               Star CFL fixture with CFL lamps.                                                                                                                    Evaluation Report: Upstream Lighting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Program.” KEMA, Inc. CPUC (February 8,
                                                                            Assumed wattage and daily hours-of-                                                                                                                    Program.” KEMA, Inc. CPUC (February 8,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2010).)
                                                                            use (HOU) of the fixtures depend on                                                                                                                    2010).)
                                                                            room type. An installation rate factor
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Unweighted average wattages by room
                                                                              (Called storage %) and Take Back                                                                                                                                                                 Unweighted average wattages by room type from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  type from the Upstream Lighting Inventory
                                                                           factor are applied to the gross savings                                    Direct-Install and NEEA Socket Count: Direct-Install and NEEA Socket Count:                                              the Upstream Lighting Inventory dataset. (Datset
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  dataset. (Datset that was used as
                                                                              to account for CFL fixtures that are                                    53.3 to 66.5 watts (Depends on Room 15.60 to 20.38 watts (Depends on                                                     that was used as primary inventory source in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  primary inventory source in "Final
                                                                           credited under the program but do not                                      Type)                                 Room Type)                                                                         "Final Evaluation Report: Upstream Lighting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Evaluation Report: Upstream Lighting
                                                                               get installed, and to estimate the               Lamp wattage                                                                                                                                   Program.” KEMA, Inc. CPUC (February 8,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Program.” KEMA, Inc. CPUC (February 8,
                                                                            increase in lighting usage due to the                                                                                                                                                              2010).)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  2010).)
                                                                                  incandescent-to-CFL switch.

Replacement - CFL Lamp                  One Component                     Baseline wattage is an average of 2011,
                                                                             2012, and 2013 values. 2011 values
                                                                          were observed in the study; 2012 values
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Retail: "Final Evaluation Report: Upstream
                                                                            were calculated by replacing lamps in                                                                                                                  Retail: "Final Evaluation Report:
                                                                                                                                                      Retail and Direct Mail: 57.8 watts    Retail and Direct Mail: 17.2 watts                                                 Lighting Program". KEMA, Inc. CPUC (February
                                                                             the 85W-150W range with 72W, the                                                                                                                      Upstream Lighting Program". KEMA, Inc.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               8, 2010)
                                                                             max allowed by EISA in 2012. 2013                                                                                                                     CPUC (February 8, 2010)
                                                                             values were calculated by replacing
                                                                           lamps in the 75W range with the EISA
                                                                                        max of 53W.




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            Specialty CFL – Measure Summary
                    Measure Classification and Properties
                    Market Sector           Residential
                    Market Segment          All Segments
                    Measure Category        Speciatly CFL Lighting and LED Downlights




                                              Replacement of incandescent specialty lamps with screw-in Energy Star
                    Measure Description       CFL lamps or Energy Star LED downlights.




                    Sunset Criteria           April 6, 2012 (from April 2010 RTF meeting)
                    Primary Workbook          EStar Specialty CFL - ProCostRTFTemplate257e_v3_5 - v05.xlsm



                    Linked Workbooks          No External links
                                              Total of 31 measures:
                                              13 Specialty CFL types x 2 delivery mechanisms (retail and DI) = 26
                                              1 LED downlight type x 2 delivery mechanisms (retail and DI) = 2
                    Number of Measures,       "Any Specialty CFL" x 3 delivery mechanisms (retail, DI, Direct Mail) = 3
                    and UES Components        26 + 2 + 3 = 31




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        Standard CFL Direct Mail Proposed Motion:


    “I ____________move that the RTF approve the
     UES Measure for Direct Mail of Standard
    Compact Fluorescent Lamps to active status
    with a sunset date of December 31, 2013”




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            Specialty CFL – Measure Summary
                Measure Identifiers
                Identifier                                                                   Possible Values                                                                     Further Explanation and Sources
                Measure Type                Replacement of incandescent lamp

                Lamp Type                   3-Way                                                                                                        First nine types based on PECI database for BPA Change A Light Sales Promotion
                                            Dimmable                                                                                                              10th is a weighted average (based on sales volume) of the first nine
                                            CC Candelabra - decorative                                                                                         11-14 are additional CFL types that BPA no considers "specialty" types
                                            CC Candelabra - primary                                                                                           15 is LED downlights, which the same engineering analysis was applied to
                                            CFL Candelabra and Torpedo
                                            Dimmable Reflector
                                            Globe
                                            Outdoor
                                            Reflector
                                            Any Specialty CFL
                                            A-Lamp
                                            Daylight
                                            High Wattage
                                            T2 Twist
                                            LED Downlight- Inc_base

                Delivery Type               Retail                                                                                                                                          RTF Decision
                                            Direct Install
                                            Direct Mail


                Constant Parameters

                Parameter                                                                    Possible Values                                                                     Further Explanation and Sources
                                                                                                                                                         Source: KEMA 2009 02 Feb, Residential Lighting Metering Study - Preliminary
                                            25 to 130 W.                                                                                                 Results.pdf
                Baseline Wattage
                                            Varies by lamp type, see "Wattages" tab, baseline wattages table.                                            for lamp types not addressed in report, used most similar KEMA type or selected
                                                                                                                                                         baseline watttages to match measure lumens

                                            5 to 27.4 W                                                                                                  BPA Save a Light program (administered by PECI) data. Internet research for lamp
                Measure Wattage
                                            Varies by lamp type, see "Wattages" tab                                                                      types not covered by data set

                                                                                                                                                          This value is applied to the gross savings (Gross Savings x (1-0.15)) to reflect the
                                            kWh: 15%
                Space Conditioning                                                                                                                       net positive effects from heat gain associated with conditioned space lighting. The
                                            therms: 0.033 therms/kWh
                Interaction %                                                                                                                            value depends on % Space Heat Interaction, an Electric Heating Market Share %,
                                            (Only applied to interior Room Types)
                                                                                                                                                           HVAC-type weights, and HVAC-type heating efficiencies that are developed in

                                                                                                                                                             "Final Evaluation Report: Upstream Lighting Program.” KEMA, Inc. CPUC
                Lamp Usage/Hours of         1.5 to 2.9 hours/day
                                                                                                                                                         (February 8, 2010). Hours of use by lamp type (for some lamp types, )hours of use
                Use (HOU) [Hours/day]       Varies by lamp type, see "Hours of Use" tab
                                                                                                                                                                         by space type, and lamp type by room type data.


                                                                                                                                                         April 2010 RTF meeting for Retail and Direct Install
                                                                                                                                                         Proposed at August 30, 2011 RTF meeting for Direct Mail, based on
                                                                                                                                                         Final Report / Lighting Program Assessment: Residential Direct Distribution
                                                                                                                                                         Funded by Bonneville Power Administration
                Lamp Storage %              20% (Retail: Storage %); 0% (Direct-Install: Removal %); 36 % (Direct Mail)
                                                                                                                                                         Prepared by Research Into Action, Inc.
                                                                                                                                                         June 15, 2010
                                                                                                                                                         data based on telephone surveys with 202 participants across seven utilities
                                                                                                                                                         http://www.bpa.gov/energy/n/reports/evaluation/pdf/Residential_CFL_Final.pdf


                                                                                                                                                         April 2010 RTF meeting for Retail and Direct Install
                                                                                                                                                         Proposed at August 30, 2011 RTF meeting for Direct Mail, based on
                                                                                                                                                         Proceedings of the ACEEE 2008 Summer Study
                Removal %                                                                                                                                http://www.aceee.org/proceedings-paper/ss08/panel02/paper04
                                                                                                                                                         Jacqueline Berger, APPRISE
                                            Retail: 4%                                                                                                   Jeff Ackermann, Colorado Public Utilities Commission
                                            Direct Install: 0%                                                                                           Michael Blasnik, Blasnik & Associates
                                            Direct Mail: 4%
                                                                                                                                                            RTF reviewed multiple sources, and assumes Take Back is 0% after a June 2,
                                                                                                                                                           2009 RTF meeting. The sources reviewed in the workbook calculations are: (1)
                Lamp Take Back %
                                                                                                                                                             Lighting Efficiency Technology Report, Vol 1, page 31, Figure 19. California
                (Represents increased
                                                                                                    0%                                                         Baseline. Prepared for the CEC, Sept 1999. (2) Table 4-2, page 4-2. CFL
                lighting hours of use due
                                                                                                                                                         METERING STUDY FINAL REPORT Prepared for Pacific Gas & Electric Company,
                to CFL installation)
                                                                                                                                                             San Diego Gas & Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company.
                                                                                                                                                                                    Prepared by KEMA Inc. Feb. 2005
                                            6.5 to 12 years                                                                                                                                Derating based on
                                            CFL EULs based on 10,000 (25,000 for cold cathode) rated hour lifetime, hours of use by lamp type, and CFL        "Welcome to the Dark Side: The Effect of Switching on CFL Measure Life"
                EUL                         derating by room type (to account for switching effects)                                                                  Corina Jump, James J. Hirsch, Jane Peters, Dulane Moran
                                            20,000 hours for LEDs, based on GE PAR 30 lamp specs                                                                                      ACEEE Summer Study, 2009
                                                                                                                                                         http://www.nwcouncil.org/energy/rtf/meetings/2009/05/CFLLife_CyclingImpacts_AC


                Costs                                                                          Vary by lamp
                                                                                                                                                         Retail and Direct Install costs (baseline and measure) from BPA Save a Light
                                                                                                                                                         program and internet research
                                                                                                                                                         Direct Mail measure costs from BPA Direct Mail programs implemented by Fluid
                                                                                                                                                         Market Strategies
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                                                Specialty CFL – Measure Summary

Unit Energy Savings (UES) Estimation Method, Parameters and Sources
Measure Type           UES Component                                          Analysis approach                         Primary Parameter / Adjustment   Baseline Description                   Efficient Case Description                   Baseline Source                          Efficient Case Source
                                                                                                                        Factor




                                                                              Savings is determined by calculating
                                                                              the difference between the annual kWh
                                                                              consumptions of a fixture with
                                                                              incandescent lamps and an Energy
                                                                              Star CFL fixture with CFL lamps.
                                                                              Assumed wattage and daily hours-of-                                                                                                                            Source: KEMA 2009 02 Feb, Residential
                                                                              use (HOU) of the fixtures depend on                                                                                                                            Lighting Metering Study - Preliminary
                                                                              room type. An installation rate factor                                                                                                                         Results.pdf                             BPA Save a Light program (administered by
 Replacement - CFL or
                                                One Component                 (Called storage %) and Take Back          Lamp wattage                     25 to 130 watts (Depends on Lamp Type) 5 to 27.4 watts (Depends on Lamp Type)       for lamp types not addressed in report, PECI) data. Internet research for lamp types not
  LED Downlight Lamp
                                                                              factor are applied to the gross savings                                                                                                                        used most similar KEMA type or selected covered by data set
                                                                              to account for CFL fixtures that are                                                                                                                           baseline watttages to match measure
                                                                              credited under the program but do not                                                                                                                          lumens
                                                                              get installed, and to estimate the
                                                                              increase in lighting usage due to the
                                                                              incandescent-to-CFL switch.




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            Specialty CFL Direct Mail Proposed Motion:


    “I ____________move that the RTF approve the
    UES Measure for Non-Requested Direct Mail of
    Standard Compact Fluorescent Lamps to active
    status with a sunset date of December 31, 2013”




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