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Publications Resulting From BPA Evaluation Efforts

Impact Evaluations of Industrial Energy Conservation Projects in the Pacific Northwest. Gary E. Spanner, Daryl R. Brown and Gregory P. Sullivan, Pacific Northwest Laboratory, and Sheila Riewer, Bonneville Power Administration. Energy Engineers. 1993.

Measurement of Energy Savings from Demand-Side Management Programs in US Electric Utilities. Margaret F. Fels, Center for Energy and Environmental studies, Princeton University, and Kenneth M. Keating, Bonneville Power Administration, Annual Review Energy Environment. 18:57-88. 1993.

The Persistence of Energy Savings Over Time: Two and Three Years After Participation in a Retrofit Program. Pamela Brandis, Bonneville Power Administration and Hossein Haeri, Central Main Power, Policy Studies Journal, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 68-75. 1992.

Evaluating Commercial Conservation Programs: A Difficult Business. K. Keating and T. Oliver, Bonneville Power Administration. (Under Review).

Persistence of Savings. K. Keating. In the Handbook of DSM Program Evaluation, Chapter 6, E. Hirst and J. Reed, Editors New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, Albany, N.Y. 1991

Integration of Process Evaluation and Program Design. P. Evans, BPA and J. Peters, ERC International. Fourth International Evaluation Conference, Chicago, IL. (8/89)

Demonstration Projects: What's in Them for Utilities? Kenneth Keating and Gil Peach. Energy and Buildings. No. 13, pp. 85-91, 1989.

Self-Selection: Are We Beating a Dead Horse? Kenneth Keating. Evaluation and Program Planning. Vol. 12, pp. 001-006, 1989.

The Hood River Conservation Project - An Evaluator's Dream. Eric Hirst. Evaluation Review, Vol. 12, No. 3, (6/88)

Use of Conservation Program Evaluation Data for Electric System Planning: The BPA Experience. Linda Berry and Eric Hirst. International Journal of Energy Systems, Vol. 8, No. 2, 1988.

Dynamics of Energy Savings Due to Conservation Programs. Eric Hirst and Kenneth M. Keating. Energy Systems and Policy. Vol. 10, No. 3, 1987.

Advantages and Limits of Longitudinal Evaluation Research in Energy Conservation. K.M. Keating and Eric Hirst. Evaluation and Program Planning; Vol. 9, pp. 113-120. (8/86)

Indoor Temperature Changes in Retrofit Homes. Eric Hirst, D. White, and R. Goeltz. Energy, Vol. 10, No. 7, pp. 861-870. (9/85)

Actual Electricity Savings and Audit Predictions for Residential Retrofit in the Pacific Northwest. Eric Hirst, D. White, R. Goeltz, and M. McKinstry. Energy and Buildings; No. 8, pp. 83-91, (8/85)

The Electricity Saved in a Residential Weatherization Pilot Program. E. Hirst, D. White, R. Goeltz. Public Utilities Fortnightly, pp. 27-31, Vol. 116, No. 2, (7/85)

The Effects of Loans on Residential Retrofit: Extent, Pace, and Longevity. Eric Hirst. Journal of Environmental Systems; #14, Vol. 4, 1985.

The Hood River Project: Take a Walk on the Applied Side. K. Keating, R. Love, T. Oliver, H. G. Peach, and C. Flynn. The Rural Sociologist, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 112-118; (3/85)

Estimating the Long-Term Effects of Utility Energy Conservation Programs: A Pacific Northwest Example. Eric Hirst. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, No. 28, pp. 217-229, 1985.

Estimating Energy Savings Due to Conservation Programs: The BPA Residential Weatherization Pilot Program. Eric Hirst and Richard Goeltz. Energy Economics, pp. 20-28, (1/85)

The Economics of Utility Residential Energy Conservation Programs: A Pacific Northwest Example. Eric Hirst and Richard Goeltz. The Energy Journal, Vol. 5, No. 3, pp. 159-169; (7/84)

Testing for Non-response Bias: Evaluation of Utility Energy Conservation Programs. Eric Hirst, Richard Goeltz. Evaluation Review, Vol. 8 No. 2, pp. 269-278. (4/84)

Evaluation of Utility Residential Energy Conservation Programs: A Pacific Northwest Example. E. Hirst, B. Bronfman, R. Goeltz, J. Trimble, D. Lerman, K. Keating. Energy, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 193-206; (3/84)

Residential Energy Conservation: Bonneville Pilot Program Indicates Many Opportunities to Lower Space Heat Use. Eric Hirst and Richard Goeltz. ASHRAE Journal, Vol. 26, No. 1; (1/84)

Evaluating Utility Conservation Programs: The BPA Plan. Eric Hirst, L. Berry, K. Johnson, R. Tepel, J. Trimble, B. Bronfman, S. Wright. Evaluation and Program Planning, Vol. 6, pp. 103-113, 1983.

Measuring the Effects of Utility Conservation Programs. Eric Hirst. Public Utilities Fortnightly, (12/17/81)

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