Bonneville Power Administration
Bonneville Power Program Marketing Weekly Announcements
Week of August 28, 2014
Brown Bag: Appliance Standards Savings Results: 900 aMW of Energy Efficiency -
What's black and white and read all over? That’s right: Appliance and Equipment Standards! Join us September 4 at 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. to learn about BPA’s recent project to quantify the regional impacts of 30 federal standards. Appliance standards are an amazing power resource—this project alone counted over 900 aMW of first-year savings by 2034 for the Northwest (you read that right—900 aMW!). We will also be joined by Northwest Power and Conservation Council staff to discuss what these findings mean for regional planning...
Fiscal Year 2012 and 2013 EEI Expenditures -
In response to a customer request and in the interest of full transparency, we are releasing rate period EEI expenditures for the FY 2012
- 13 rate period. This release is in addition to the aggregate information BPA previously released as part of the Post 2011 Review Process. The first rate period of the Post 2011 policy was a success. We collectively exceeded our efficiency acquisition goals and deployed over 99% of the budget available and the clear majority of customers (75%) came within 5% of their budgeted EEI...
Non Programmatic Savings: A terrible name for an important concept Part Deux -
We have such a great discussion going on about what to rename Non-Programmatic Savings that we created another video so you can learn ever more about them! Watch Rob Carmichael of the Cadeo Group go a little deeper into this important concept with a terrible name.
You can see Rob's video here:
and join in on the original conversation here:
Save the Date: BPA Utility Round Tables-
The recent Efficiency Exchange offered an excellent opportunity to interact in person, but smaller regional gatherings provide a unique chance to discuss more localized issues. To help bolster this effort BPA is organizing a series of regional utility round tables to be conducted in the later summer and early fall in five different Northwest regions. Each meeting will feature informative presentations and provide an open forum for discussions on program development...
Residential Program Matrix on Conduit - Opportunity to Add Information About Your Utility -
This matrix was created by NEEA staff a result of a conversation at Residential Advisory Committee where utility members felt it would be valuable to capture information about what programs they all offer in one location. All utilities are invited to enter their programs offerings and incentives and see the offerings and incentives of other utilities inthe region here:
Residential Weatherization Sub-regional Meetings -
The Residential team is holding a series of half-day meetings around the region to discuss changes to BPA's Weatherization program offerings. Topics will include the updated weatherization specifications, new measures and program strategies, and materials and resources that are available to support utility weatherization programs... More