What conservation potential assessments tell us about ‘achievable’ efficiency.
M. Hossein Haeri
Regulators across the country are relying on conservation-potential assessments to guide their policy decisions. Models based on macroeconomic analysis, end-use forecasting and accounting measurements provide different ways to assess the achievability of conservation and efficiency goals.
California’s load-management experience argues for formal DR standards
Jackalyne Pfannenstiel and Ahmad Faruqui
California hopes to reap $3 billion in benefits from demand response over the next 20 years. Maximizing the potential may require the California Energy Commission to exert its statutory authority. CEC’s chair co-authors.
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