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The United Illuminating Company

   Conservation & Load Management
          Program Year 2010
           Quarter 2 Report

            August 11, 2010
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Overall Energy Savings & Expenditures
• Savings (000’s kWh)                                             •   Budget ($000’s)
                                •   Savings (kW)
                                                                       Q2 Actual         $16,287
     –   Q2 Actual 29,419            - Q2 Actual      3,623
                                                                       Q2 Offers to Date $ 4,556
     –   Annual Goal 66,476          - Annual Goal    7,400
                                                                       Q2 Act and Offers$20,843
     –   % Goal       44%            - % Goal          49%
                                                                       Annual Budget     $28,911
                                                                       % Budget Actual and
                                                                          Offers to Date 72%
                                                                       Commitments* $ 6,292
Highlights                                                   *included in actual expenditures


• City of Bridgeport issued a comprehensive Performance Contract RFP.
• ARRA funding for EO is 90% committed.
• High C&I program demand resulted in cost containment strategies being
implemented for EO & ECB
• CT Recovery Act Appliance Program yielding strong results – Water Heater
component initiated in April.
• ARRA funding for HES is fully committed as of June.
• Residential Finance Pilot Program launched June 1.
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                  Other Revenues
 Connecticut Class III Certificates revenue year to date: $ 743,364

 Other Demand Resource revenue year to date: $ 1,243,508

 RGGI Funds year to date: $ 583,875

 Stimulus Funds year to date: $1,350,999
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                                Retail Products
•     Savings (000’s kWh)       •   Savings (kW)           •   Budget ($000’s)
       –   Q2 Actual 13,350          - Q2 Actual   1,181        –  Q2 Actual     $ 2,071
       –   Annual Goal 20,067        - Annual Goal 1,772        –  Annual Budget $ 2,304
       –   % Goal        67%         - % Goal       67%         –  % Budget        90%
                                                                –  Commitments* $ 1,579
    • Sales Performance                                            *included in Actual Expenditures


       • 283,789 Total Bulbs Sold
       • 5,816 Total Fixtures Sold
    • 27 NCP promotions up and running within retail partners.
    • 31 Energy Expos and/or Light Fairs executed YTD.
    • Companies participating in informational exchanges both regionally and
      nationally on the topics of Consumer Electronics and Heat Pump Water
      Heaters.
    • Companies to attend early Q3 DOE Solid State Lighting Workshop in
      Philadelphia, PA
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                   Residential New Construction
•       Savings (Numbers of Units)   • Savings (kW)           •   Budget ($000’s)
         –   Completed Homes 0           - Q2 Actual      0        –  Q2 Actual     $ 150
         –   Annual Goal     91          - Annual Goal   71        –  Annual Budget $ 356
         –   % Goal          0%          - % Goal        0%        –  % Budget       42%
                                                                   –  Commitments* $ 64
                                                                      *included in actual expenditures
    .
    • Number of projects that were not completed in 2009 that should complete
      in 2010
    • Companies in coordination with US EPA have scheduled 5
      trainings/workshops to communicate and educate builders and industry
      stakeholders on upcoming ENERGY STAR Homes v 3 specification.
    • Continued activity in the limited income/affordable housing sector. These
      are projects overseen by not for profits and that have received funding
      from state, federal and private partnerships.
    • CT Zero Energy Challenge:
            • Companies continue to monitor progress of 2009 entries
            • Companies launch 2010 Challenge Q2.
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                 Helps (Limited Income)
•   Savings (000’s kWh)      •   Savings (kW)         •   Budget ($000’s)
                                  - Q2 Actual   208        –   Q2 Actual    $ 2,049
     –   Q2 Actual   2,688
                                  - Annual Goal 353        –   Annual Budget $ 3,444
     –   Annual Goal 6,906        - % Goal     59%         –   % Budget        59%
     –   % Goal       39%                                  –   Commitments $ 294
                                                               *included in actual expenditures
    • Over 2,900 customers served in Q2.
    • Multiple meetings with DSS and CAAs to ensure that ARRA
      weatherization funds ($65 million) and C&LM funds are leveraged
      accordingly.
    • HELPs continues to see a strong demand in gas heated homes within
      SCG territory.
    • Neighborhood Canvass scheduled for Q3 within City of Bridgeport as
      part of the City’s sustainability efforts.
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               Home Energy Solutions
•       Savings (000’s kWh)    •   Savings (kW)            •  Budget ($000’s)
–       Q2 Actual      2,756   -   Q2 Actual     692       – Q2 Actual        $ 2,823
–       Annual Goal 4,661      -   Annual Goal   682       – Annual Budget    $ 3,471
–       % Goal          59%    -   % Goal       102%       – % Goal              81%
                                                           – Commitments*      $ 540
                                                           *included in actual expenditures
    •      3,823 Customers served YTD.
    •      Residential Financing Pilot launched June 1st.
    •      SEP ARRA Grant funds committed as of late June for Oil and propane
           customers
    •      1,194 Customers served through Fairfield’s ARRA block grant funding
           ($108,000). Funds fully committed.
    •      Blower door and duct sealing caps have been raised to increase
           program savings and reduce program costs.
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Q2 eesmarts
                                                   2010 Year To Date
• 5 Workshops Held
                                                   • 6 Workshops
• 65 Teachers Trained
• 195 Curriculum Units Shipped                     • 86 Teachers Trained
• 2 eeEvents                                       • 1182 Curriculum Units Shipped
                                                   • 6 eeEvents
Q2 Milestones
• Workshop: Pre-Service Teachers at UCONN                          April 12
• Workshop: West Hartford                                          April 14, 28, May 5
• eesmarts Student Essay Contest Awards Ceremony at the LOB        May 26
• Workshop: Hartford Summer Workshops (Grades PreK – 5)            June 15 – 18
• Curriculum Partnership Established: CURE / Science Quest Bus
• Energy Forum Event Partnership Established: Girl Scouts of Connecticut

Q3 Plans
• eesmarts Summer Institute                                                  July
• eesmarts rebranding (brochure, website, marketing materials)     August
• eesmarts eeCards (Partnership with Science Quest) Launch         August
• Energy Forum (Partnership with Girl Scounts of CT) Launch        September
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                                        & Museum Partnerships

Q2 SmartLiving Center                   2010 Year To Date
• 4838 visitors                         • 7524 Visitors
        34% adults
                                        • 4 Seminars
        66% children
                                        • 20 Meetings
• 1 Seminar
• 13 Meetings                           • 156 School Tours
• 92 School Tours

Q2 Milestones
• The Discovery Museum Energy Exhibit Grand Opening          April 16
• Earth Day – Celebrating 40 Years of Awareness              April 17
• SLC Task Force & ECMB prepare options for SLC future       June 9
• Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Event                               June 12

Q3 Plans
• DPUC presented with options for SLC future                 July
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        Energy Conscious Blueprint*
•   Savings (000’s kWh)           •   Savings (kW)                 •   Budget ($000’s)
                                      - Q2 Actual          279          Q2 Actual         $1,862
     –  Q2 Actual    2,172                                              Q2 Offers to Date $3,027
     –  Annual Goal 8,147             - Annual Goal        988
                                      - % Goal             28%          Q2 Act and Offers $4,889
     –  % Goal        27%                                               Annual Budget     $ 5,156
                                                                        % Budget Actual and Offers to
                                                                           Date 94.8%
                                                                        Commitments*      $ 1,602
                                                                            *included in actual expenditures

    • Project activity improved – greater savings per project ***
       • 56 projects installed (77 in 2009) down 27 %
       • kWh savings up 157%; peak kW savings up 116 %
    • Strong program presence in critical areas of UI’s territory***
       • 34% of projects (19); 26% of peak kW savings (73); 68% of kWh
         savings (1,481,769)
    • Seminars included ASHRAE Standard 90.1 - 2004, High Performance
      Lighting, Financing Options & Tax Incentives, Daylight Controls.
         *Includes Energy Blueprint, Motors and Cool Choice.
         ***Includes the critical 6 towns plus Ansonia and Derby
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                          Energy Opportunities*
                                                                       •   Budget ($000’s)
•   Savings (000’s kWh)                 •    Savings (kW)                    Q2 Actual         $3,782
     –    Q2 Actual         5,751           - Q2 Actual     776              Q2 Offers to Date $1,529
     –    Annual Goal      17,163           - Annual Goal 2,083              Q2 Act and Offers $5.311
     –    % Goal            34%             - % Goal       37%               Annual Budget     $ 4,832
                                                                             % Budget Actual and Offers to Date
                                                                                 110%
                                                                             Commitments*         $ 2,213
                                                                                 *included in actual expenditures

     • Increased project activity shows economic improvement but
       overburdens the budget.
     • 70 installed projects (66 projects in 2009) up 106%
        • kWh savings up 156%; peak kW savings up 121%
        • Express Lighting results – 12.8% of the projects (9); 2% of the peak
           kW reduction (13.6 kW); 2% of the kWh (119,382 kWh)
     • Strong program presence in critical areas of UI’s territory***
        • 43% of the projects (30); 46% of the peak kW reduction (355 kW);
           53% of the kWh savings (3,043,234 kWh)
               *Includes the critical 6 towns plus Ansonia and Derby
                ***Includes Municipal Energy, RFP and O&M RFP
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    Small Business Energy Advantage
•   Savings (000’s kWh)
                                  • Savings (kW)            •   Budget ($000’s)
     –   Q2 Actual        2,702     - Q2 Actual       487        Q2 Actual         $ 1,109
     –   Annual Goal      9,251     - Annual Goal   1,451        Annual Budget     $ 2,988
     –   % Goal           29%       - % Goal         34%         % Budget Actual      37%



    • Installed Results
       • 132 installed projects
       • 27 comprehensive projects (with 2+ end uses)
            • Including Energy Management Systems, VFDs
       • 59 cross promotional leads.
    • Held 2nd combined CL&P/UI/WMECO SBEA vendor meeting.
       • Ct Community College network reviewed new Sustainability
             Certificate and Associate Degree programs offered.
           • Introduced Energy Utilization Equipment Strategy to SBEA
             vendors. Inventory form is under development by UI/CL&P

								
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