The BPA Energy Efficiency Quick Start Utility Guide is a resource for utility staff who are new to the world of EE. The Guide offers information on how to do business with, and get the most from, the BPA Energy Efficiency program. It also serves as a convenient reference for seasoned professionals who want to brush up on procedures or unfamiliar aspects of the program.
The Guide can be viewed online, or can be printed for use as a hard-copy desk reference.
An examination of the regional, utility, and consumer perspectives of the economic impact of energy efficiency.
Conduit (www.ConduitNW.org) is a web-based resource that facilitates information-sharing, coordination and collaboration among energy efficiency professionals in the Northwest.
The research allows BPA and its customer utilities to understand residential customer decision making related to energy efficiency. The research results will facilitate development of appropriate marketing and messaging.
The goal of Six Going on Seven is to collect regional savings achievements from 2010-2012 to facilitate discussion during the development of the Council's 7th Power Plan. Over the past few months, BPA has collected and analyzed this regional data and we are now excited to share the results of this effort with the region.
BPA developed the Utility Potential Calculator (UPC) based on the Seventh Power Plan. The UPC can provide customized savings potential for specific service areas.
The USB was created to inform BPA on the implementation of energy efficiency programs throughout BPA’s service territory. The USB is an entity reflective of the many diverse public utilities, cooperatives and municipalities engaged in energy efficiency.