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Analysis of the Residential Building Stock Assessment 8/13

Residential Performance Tested Comfort Systems program evaluation prepared by Research Into Action for BPA (4/11)

BPA's Responses to Residential Performance Tested Comfort Systems program evaluation prepared by Research Into Action for BPA (4/11)

Residential Direct Distribution: Lighting Program Assessment (PDF, 400 KB)

Residential Loan Program Process Evaluation, Prepared by:ECONorthwest for BPA (8/05)

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Impact Evaluation for the Manufactured Housing Acquisition Program. Pacific Northwest Laboratories, A.D. Lee, Z.T. Taylor, D.W. Schrock, L.J. Sandahl, R.I. Chin, and D.C. Kavanaugh. PNL-10819/UC-350 (10/95)

Impact Evaluation for the Manufactured Housing Acquisition Program: Technical Appendix. Pacific Northwest Laboratories, A.D. Lee, Z.T. Taylor, D.W. Schrock, L.J. Sandahl, D.C. Kavanaugh, and R.I. Chin. PNL-10818/UC-350 (10/95)

Summary of Manufactured Housing Acquisition Program (MAP) Process Evaluation Survey Results. Pacific Northwest Laboratories, L.J. Sandahl, A.D. Lee, and R.I. Chin. PNL-10572/UC-350 (8/95)

Bonneville Appliance Efficiency Program: Showerhead Evaluation, Volume 1 & 2, and Appendices (1/95). Pacific Northwest Laboratories, .W.M. Warwick. PNL-10357/UC-350; DE-AC06-76RLO 1830

Multifamily Metering Study, Impact Evaluation of the Model Conservation Standards. SBW Consulting, Inc. No. 9309 (4/94)

Fuel Choice Effects of the Manufactured Housing Acquisition Program - A Preliminary Assessment. Pacific Northwest Laboratories, A.D. Lee, L.J. Sandahl, D. C. Kavanaugh (3/94)

New Residential Construction Compliance: Evaluation of the Washington State Energy Code Program. Pacific Northwest Laboratories, W.M. Warwick, A.D. Lee, L.J. Sandahl. PNL (9/93)

Progress Evaluation of the Washington State Energy Code Program. Pacific Northwest Laboratories, P. J. Barton and H. L. Carr, PNL (12-91)

Process Evaluation of the Super Good Cents Manufactured Housing Program. D. J. Berry, J. G. Jennings, Environmental and Energy Services Co. ERCE/DSM-73 (7/91)

The Impact of Bonneville's Model Conservation Standards on the Energy Efficiency of New Home Conservation. Oak Ridge National Laboratory. ORNL/CON-310. (7/91)

Process Evaluation of the Super Good Cents Program: 1989-90, Final Report. Environmental and Energy Services Company. ERCE-DSM 75. (7/91)

Process Evaluation of the Energy Efficient Mortgage Program. Environmental and Energy Services Co. ERCE/ DSM-71 (6/91)

Exploratory Investigation of Energy Use Metering and Data Analysis Methods for Multi-family Buildings in the Pacific Northwest. J.M. MacDonald and D.L. White. Oak Ridge National Laboratory. ORNL/CON-304.(5-91)

Infiltration/Ventilation Measurements in RCDP Manufactured Homes. Pacific Northwest Laboratory, D. Hadley and S. Bailey. (8/90)

Case Study of the Regional Manufacturers Not Participating in the Manufactured Housing RCDP. Pacific Northwest Laboratory, A.D. Lee, M. Baechler. . (3/90).

Implementation and Enforcement of BPA's MCS within Early Adopting Jurisdictions. Oak Ridge National Laboratory ORNL/CON-296 (2/90)

Super Good Cents Incremental Cost Study and Technical Appendices. J. Jennings, M. Horowitz, and P. Degens. Columbia Information Systems and ERC Environmental and Energy Services Co. ERCE/PO-46. (1/90)

Case Study of Regional Manufacturers' Participation in the Manufactured Housing RCDP. A.D. Lee and S. Harkreader, Pacific Northwest Laboratory. (12/89)

Multi-family Metering Study. Engineering Estimates of Space Heat Consumption in Multi-family Buildings. Final Report. United Industries Corporation. (11/89)

Evaluation of Compliance with Model Conservation Standards in Spokane, WA. Oak Ridge National Labs. ORNL/CF-89/329 (11/89)

Super Good Cents Final Program Evaluation. Columbia Information Systems. (7/89)

Super Good Cents Performance Analysis: A Progress Report. Final. L. Andrews, W. Gavelis, M. King, Synergic Resources Corporation; J. Jennings, Columbia Information Systems. CIS/SRC Report No. 7343-R3. (4/89)

Multi-family Metering Study: Impact Evaluation of the Model Conservation Standards - Final Report. SBW Consulting, Inc., (4/94)

Building Performance Analysis for Spokane Area MCS Homes, ECOTOPE, Inc., Appendix A (3/89)

Evaluation of Implementation, Enforcement, and Compliance Issues of the Bonneville Model Conservation Standards Program, Technical Report and Appendices, Vol. I. And Vol. II. R.A. Cantor and S.M. Cohn. Oak Ridge National Laboratory. ORNL/CON-263 (12/88)

Evaluation of Infiltration in Residential Units Constructed to Model Conservation Standards. J. Kolb. ORNL and D. Baylon, Ecotope, Inc. Oak Ridge National Laboratory. ORNL/CON-257 (12/88)

Energy Savings in New Low-Rise Multi-family Buildings: Model Conservation Standards in Tacoma, Washington. D. White and B. Tonn, ORNL and C. Currier, Tacoma Public Utilities. Oak Ridge National Laboratory. ORNL/CON-264. (12/88)

Third Homebuilder Survey. Super Good Cents Evaluation. A Report on Findings from a Follow-up Survey and a Comparison to Previous Surveys. Columbia Information Systems... (12/88)

Super Good Cents Second Interim Report. Columbia Information Systems... (9/88)

Cost Effectiveness of Conservation Upgrades in Manufactured Homes. A.D. Lee, C.C. Conner, J.E. Englin, D.L. Hadley, R.G. Lucas, N.E. Miller, W.H. Monroe, Pacific Northwest Laboratory. PNL-6519 (9/88)

Energy Use in Homes Built to Model Conservation Standards: A Follow-up of the Tacoma MCS Evaluation. M. Hossein Haeri. Energy Resources Corporation International. IEAL/PO-31. (7/88)

A Thermal Analysis of the RSDP Matched Pairs. B. Nordman and A. Meier. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (3/88).

An Analysis of Outliers in the RSDP. A. Meier and B. Nordman. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (3/88).

Second-Year Performance of the RSDP Houses: Memo Report. A. Meier and B. Nordman. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. (3/88).

An Analysis of the Differences Between Monitored Indoor Temperatures and Reported Thermostat Settings. Edward Vine and B.K. Barnes. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. (3/88).

Follow-up Homebuilders Survey Super Good Cents Evaluation. CIS. (11/87)

MCS Clearinghouse for Code Officials: Evaluation Project. D.I. Lerman and A. J. Block. International Energy Associates, Ltd. IEAL/PO-22. (10/87)

Super Good Cents Program Evaluation: Interim Report. Columbia Information Systems. (8/87)

Current Construction Practice in Pacific Northwest Manufactured Homes and Upgrade Possibilities. S. Harkreader, A.D. Lee, M. Sherman, Pacific Northwest Laboratory and Market Trends, Inc. BPA-846. (5/87)

Energy Use in Homes Built to Model Conservation Standards: Outcomes Evaluation of the Tacoma Early Adopter Program. B. Bronfman, M. Horowitz, and D. Lerman, IEAL. IEAL/PO-13. (2/87)

Super Good Cents Program Evaluation Interim Report. Columbia Information Systems. (2/87)

Findings on Model Conservation Standards Cost-Effectiveness and Consumer Economic Feasibility; and MCS Cost Effectiveness Analysis--Technical Appendices. BPA. (12/86)

1986 Occupant Survey of MCS and Current Practice Homes in Tacoma and Pierce County, Washington. D. Lerman, and B. Bronfman. IEAL/PO-8. (12/86)

Process Evaluation of the Tacoma MCS Adoption, Part II. D. Lerman and B. Bronfman. IEAL PO-9. (12/86)

Home Builder Survey Report, Super Good Cents Evaluation. Columbia Information Systems. Revised (10/86)

Analysis of Thermal Performance Data Taken Under the Residential Standards Demonstration Program. K. Drost, P. Zimmerman, R. Skarda, E. Pearson, Pacific Northwest Laboratory. DOE/BPA-13795. (10/86)

A Thermal Analysis of Homes in Bonneville Power Administration's Residential Standards Demonstration Program. A. Meier, B. Nordman, C. Conner, J. Busch, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. LBL-22109. (9/86)

Selling Super Good Cents. Michael Keane & Company. (7/86).

A Baseline Survey of Consumer Attitudes: Super Good Cents, and the Consumer Survey Appendix. Columbia Information Systems. (4/86)

The Occupants of Residential Standards Demonstration Homes: Are They Unique? K.M. Keating, and J. Bavry, Bonneville Power Administration. (2/86).

Evaluation Results for MCS Code Adoption Demonstration Project. Vol. 1. L. McCutcheon, G. Cullen, S. Scott, C. Snow, C. McDonald, and D. Hussey, Synergic Resources Corporation. SRC-7239-R2. (12/85)

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Process Evaluation of the Tacoma MCS Adoption (Part 1). D. Lerman and B. Bronfman, ERC. ERC/PO-8. (6/85)

Evaluation Design for MCS Code Adoption Demonstration. L. McCutcheon, G. Cullen, C. McDonald, and M. Weinstein. SRC-7239. (3/85)

Bonneville Appliance Efficiency Program: Showerhead Evaluation Volume I;- and Showerhead Evaluation Volume II - Report and Showerhead Evaluation. PNL-10357 UC-350 (1/95)

Energy Efficient Showerhead and Faucet Aerator Metering Study. SBW Consulting, Inc. Report No. 9408 (10/94)

Evaluation of the Efficient Water Heater Program. Portland Energy Conservation, Inc. (7/94).

Evaluation of the 1984-1992 Impacts of Bonneville's 1983 Interim Residential Weatherization Program. M. Doyle and R. Moe; Synergic Resources Corporation Final Report (4/94)

Program Effect on Participant Fuel Choice Efficient Water Heater Program. Portland Energy Conservation Inc. (2/94)

Evaluation of BPA's 1991 Long-Term Residential Weatherization Program. R. Moe, M. Doyle and R. Johnston. Synergic Resources Corporation (10/93)

Energy Savings from Energy-Efficient Showerheads REMP Case Study, Results, Proposed Evaluation Algorithm, and Program Design Implications. W. M. Warwick, PNL-8763/UC-350 (8/93) & (9/93)

Results from an Energy Efficient Showerhead Field Study. W.M. Warwick, S.A. Bailey - PNL (6/93)

Persistence of Energy-Efficient Showerheads: Field Study Results. S.A. Bailey, W.M. Warwick, PNL, (2/93)

Field Report and Baseline Study Analysis Results for the Energy - Efficient Showerhead Retrofit Pilot Program. (2/93)

Evaluation of Bonneville's 1988 and 1989 Residential Weatherization Program: A Northwest Study of Programs. ORNL/CON-323 (12/92)

Long-Term Impacts of the Interim Residential Weatherization Program on Household Energy Savings. M. Horowitz, L. Ecker and P. Degens. ERCE, Inc. ERCE/DSM-65. (6/91)

Process Evaluation of the Bonneville Long-Term Residential Weatherization Program: 1987-1989. Synergic Resources Corp. SRC Report No. 7582-R3 (4/91)

Third Year Analysis of Electricity Use and Savings for the Hood River Conservation Project. Pacific Power and Light (10/90)

Electricity Savings Among Participants Three Years After Weatherization in Bonneville's 1986 Residential Weatherization Program. D. White and M. Brown. Oak Ridge National Laboratory. ORNL/CON-305 (9/90)

Electricity Savings One and Two Years After Weatherization: A Study of 1986 Participants in BPA's Residential Weatherization Program. Oak Ridge National Laboratory. ORNL/CON-289 (8/89)

Assessment of Princeton Scorekeeping Method Space-Heating Estimates Using End-Use Data from the Hood River Conservation Project. H. Hwang. Oak Ridge National Laboratory. ORNL/CON-270. (3/89)

Benton County PUD Dipstick Program. Billing History Impact Evaluation. Final Report. M. King, W. Gavelis, and L. Andrews. Synergic Resources Corporation. SRC 7412-R3. (2/89)

Electricity Savings Three Years After Participation in the BPA Regionwide Weatherization Program. M.H. Haeri. ERC/PO-34. (9/88)

Evaluation of the BPA Low Income Residential Weatherization Program. Energy Resources Corporation International. M.H. Haeri, B.H. Bronfman, and D.I. Lerman.. ERC/PO-28. (7/88)

Electricity Displacement by Wood Used for Space Heating in PNWRES (1983) Households. D.L. White and B.E. Tonn. Oak Ridge National Laboratory. ORNL/CON-261 (6/88).

Benton County PUD Dipstick Program: Final Report, Impact Evaluation. L. Andrews, W. Gavelis, and M. King, Synergic Resources Corporation. SRC-7331-R4. (6/88)

Benton County PUD Dipstick Program Final One-Year Process Evaluation. L. Andrews, W. Gavelis, J. Heidell, and M. King, Synergic Resources Corporation. SRC 7331-R3. (12/87)

Hood River Conservation Project Load Analysis. Teresa K. Stovall. Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

ORNL/CON-240. (11/87)

Evaluation of the BPA Long-Term Regionwide Residential Weatherization Program. M. Horowitz, J. Peters, and G. Gustafson, IEAL. IEAL/PO-16. (10/87)

Impact of the Hood River Conservation Project on the Electricity Used for Residential Water Heating. M. Brown, D. White, S. Purucker, E. Hirst, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. ORNL/CON-238. (9/87)

Benton County PUD Dipstick Program Process Evaluation, Part 1. L. Andrews, J. Heidell, and M. King, Synergic Resources Corporation. SRC 7331-R2. (8/87)

Use of Wood for Space Heating: Analysis of Hood River Conservation Project Submetered Homes. B. Tonn and D. White, ORNL. ORNL/CON-234. (6/87)

An Analysis of the Impact of Residential Retrofits on Indoor Temperature Choice. Terry Dinan, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. ORNL/CON-236. (6/87)

Electricity Use and Savings in the Hood River Conservation Project. E. Hirst, R. Goeltz and D. Trumble. ORNL/CON-231. (4/87).

Residential Wood-use in the Pacific Northwest: 1979-1985. B. Tonn and D. White, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. ORNL/CON-216. (9/86)

Determinants of Electricity Use for Residential Water Heating: The Hood River Conservation Project. E. Hirst, R. Goeltz, M. Hubbard, ORNL. (6/86).

Analysis of Electricity Use for Residential Space Heating: Validation of the Princeton Scorekeeping Method of Weather Adjustment. E. Hirst and R. Goeltz. ORNL/CON-203. (4/86)

Electricity Savings One to Three Years After Participation in the BPA Residential Weatherization Program. R. Goeltz, E. Hirst, D. Trumble. ORNL/CON-194. (3/86)

Evaluation of the Elmhurst No-Audit Weatherization Program: Part II: Outcomes Evaluation. B. Bronfman and M. Horowitz. IEAL/PO-1. (2/86)

Elmhurst Revisited: A Marketer's View of the Rebate/Dipstick Test. Michael Keane, Keane and Company. (1/86).

Evaluation of the Elmhurst No-Audit Weatherization Program: Part I: Process Evaluation. B. Bronfman and D. Lerman. ERC/PO-6. (11/85)

The Effects of Weatherization on Loads of Selected PURPA Metered Residences: Final Report. D. Perry, K. Ritland, and C. McDonald, Synergic Resources Corporation. SRC-7237-R2. (8/85)

Effects of Retrofit Weatherization Measures on Hourly Consumption. Monthly Load Characteristics of Study Class and Cluster Groups. (Appendix to 7237-R2) SRC-7237-R4 (8/85).

Indoor Temperature Changes After Retrofit: Inferences Based on Electricity Billing Data for Non-participants and Participants in the BPA Residential Weatherization Program. E. Hirst and D. White. ORNL/CON-182. (7/85)

Actual Electricity Savings for Homes Retrofit by the BPA Residential Weatherization Program. E. Hirst, D. White, E. Holub and R. Goeltz. ORNL/CON-185. (7/85)

Use of Evaluation Data to Develop a Low Cost Monitoring System for the BPA Residential Weatherization Program. B. Tonn, E. Hirst, and E. Holub, ORNL. ORNL/CON-181. (6/85)

Evaluation of the BPA Residential Weatherization Program. E. Hirst, R. Goeltz, D. White, B. Bronfman, D. Lerman, and K. Keating. ORNL-CON-180. (6/85)

Three Years After Participation: Electricity Savings Due to the BPA Residential Weatherization Pilot Program. E. Hirst, D. White, and R. Goeltz. ORNL/CON-166. (1/85) & Errata.

Process Evaluation of the BPA Long-Term Residential Conservation Program. D. Lerman and B. Bronfman. ERC/PO-5. (11/84)

Results of the BPA Residential Weatherization Pilot Program Evaluation. K. Keating, M. Warwick. KE-2. (8/84)

Estimation of Electricity Savings of the Washington Water Power Residential Weatherization Program. W. Butcher and B. Shafii, WSU Applied Energy Studies. (8/84).

Process Evaluation of the BPA Interim Residential Weatherization Program. D. Lerman and B. Bronfman. (6/84) ORNL/CON-158. (6/84)

Energy Savings Due to the BPA Residential Weatherization Pilot Program Two Years After Participation. E. Hirst, D. White and R. Goeltz. ORNL/CON-146 (1/84)

Comparison of Actual Electricity Savings with Audit Predictions in the BPA Residential Weatherization Pilot Program. E. Hirst, D. White, and . Goeltz. ORNL/CON-142. (11/83)

Process Evaluation of the BPA Residential Weatherization Pilot Program. D. Lerman, B. Bronfman, and B. Tonn, ORNL. ORNL/CON-138. (10/83)

Evaluation of the BPA Residential Weatherization Pilot Program. E. Hirst, B. Bronfman, R. Goeltz, J. Trimble, and D. Lerman. ORNL/CON-124. (6/83)

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