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State of the art of energy efficiency : future directions.




INTEGRATED RESOURCE PLANNING FOR ELECTRIC AND GAS UTILITIES. Rewarding utilities for effectivily. implementing integrated resource plans. Incorporating environmental costs. Bidding for electric power resources. Developing guidelines for preparation of utility plans. Resource planning at gas utilities. Developing federal policies to promote IRP and DSM. CONSIDERATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL EXTERNALITY COSTS IN ELECTRIC UTILITY RESOURCE SELECTIONS AND REGULATION. Background. Why utilities and commissions should consider environmental externality costs to be included. Major issues in damage risk valuation. State incorporation of environmental externalities. Recommendations for incorporation. Next steps. ELECTRIC UTILITY CONSERVATION PROGRAMS:A REVIEW OF THE LESSONS TAUGHT BY A DECADE OF PROGRAM EXPERIENCE. Residencial programs. Commercial and industrial programs. Bidding programs. Discussion. Putting the experience to date in context. Future directions. END-USE LOAD SHAPE DATA APPLICATION,ESTIMATION, AND COLLECTION. Utility applications of end-use load shape data. Estimating end-use load shapes. End-use load shape data collection. Toward the next generation of end-use load shape data development. FIELD MONITORING OF ENERGY PERFOMANCE IN BUILDINGS. Types of field monitoring projects. Forces affecting the development of field monitoring. State of the art of field monitoring for issues research. Future directions for issues research. Field monitoring. LOW-INCOME WEATHERIZATION: PAST, PRESENT,AND FUTURE. Background:Energy and low-income households. History of low-income weatherization services. DOE weatherization assistance program. Utility low-income weatherization programs. Technical state of the art. Current program perfomance. U.S.RESIDENCIAL APPLIANCE ENERGY EFFICIENCY:PRESENT STATUS AND FUTURE POLICY DIRECTIONS. Federal standards. New technologies for the 1990s. Policy mechanisms for improving energy efficiency. LOOKING BEYOND AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD ENERGY DEMAND:WHAT REALLY HAPPENED TO CONSERVATION. Background. Space heating. Electricity use for appliances. The implications of looking beyond the aggregate picture.

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