Topic: potential studies

Publications

Indiana electric DSM investigation: phase II report
The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission completed a three-year investigation into electric demand-side management with an order requiring its electric utilities to create energy efficiency programs that will achieve annual energy savings that... MORE
Energy efficiency and demand response potential for Iowa Municipal Utilities for the years 2012 and 2018
By 2012 Iowa Association of Municipal Utilities members could save 58.5 gigawatt hours (GWh) of electric energy per year, reduce peak electric demand by 14.5 megawatts (MW), and save 869,000 therms of natural gas/propane per year through cost-... MORE
A Review and Analysis of Existing Studies of the Energy Efficiency Resource Potential in the Midwest
A Policy White Paper in Support of the Midwestern Governors Association Energy and Climate Change Platform. Have recent studies of energy efficiency potential in the Midwest underestimated our efficiency resource? This paper reviews the results from... MORE
Energy Efficiency and Customer-Sited Renewable Resource Potential in Wisconsin for the Years 2012 and 2018 (Wisconsin Potential Study)
This technical and policy analysis was performed to determine the amount of energy use that can be displaced through efficiency programs and other initiatives. Prepared on behalf of the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin to inform program goals... MORE
Energy Efficiency and Customer-Sited Renewable Energy: Achievable Potential in Wisconsin 2006-2015
Technical analysis of options for investment in energy efficiency and customer-sited renewable energy as an alternative to electric generation and natural gas usage prepared on behalf of the Governor's Task Force on Energy Efficiency and Renewables. MORE

Webinars

Energy efficiency's great potential
With the advent of concern for climate change, energy efficiency has risen to prominence as the primary resource for meeting consumers' energy needs. In this presentation, Susan Stratton and Steve Kihm present compelling research findings that... MORE
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