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Title: Recent Efficiency Developments in the States


1
Recent Efficiency Developments in the States
  • Steven Nadel
  • ACEEE
  • October 2009

2
ACEEEs 2009 State Energy Efficiency Scorecard
Results
3
ACEEE 2009 State Scorecard Most Improved States
Maine 19th ? 10th Building energy codes Efficiency Maine efforts Land-use planning
Colorado 24th ? 16th Utility efficiency program resources state financial incentives
Delaware 32nd ? 20th Efficiency Resource Standard for electricity and natural gas Sustainable Energy Utility
District of Columbia 30th ? 20th Building energy codes and energy use disclosure est. Sustainable Energy Utility lead by example
South Dakota 47th ? 36th Increased commitments to utility-sector efficiency programs and incentives
Tennessee 46th ? 38th Lead by Example Residential building energy codes utility-sector efficiency resources
4
Top Ten States on Utility Spending and Savings
4 in New England
5 in New England
3 in New England
5
State Energy Efficiency Resource Standards
19
Standard Voluntary Goal Pending Standard or
Goal Combined RES/EERS
6
Decoupling Status
10
Source IEE State Energy Efficiency Regulatory
Frameworks
7
Incentives Status
19
Source IEE State Energy Efficiency Regulatory
Frameworks
8
Northwest
  • 6th Power Plan calls for ramping up to about 1.5
    electric savings/year
  • Washington requirement to acquire all cost
    effective resources begins 2010
  • Energy Trust of Oregon budget has expanded
    unclear whether budget will grow modestly or
    substantially going forward
  • Idaho a quiet success story
  • 0.43 electric savings in 2007
  • Idaho Power decoupling pilot going well

9
Northwest 3 Decades of Conservation
10
Northwest IRP Analysis
11
Portfolio Analysis
12
Northwest 6th Power Plan
  • Meet 90 of growth with efficiency

13
Northwest 6th Power Plan
  • Increase efficiency spending 2-3X

14
Hawaii
  • Have a combined EE RE standard
  • In 2007, electric utility programs saved gt1
  • New EE only EERS adopted in 2009 and calls for
    4300 GWh of EE savings by 2030
  • This is 40 of 2007 sales
  • Interim goals to be set
  • EE no longer counts for RES as of 2015

15
Minnesota
  • 2007 law requires utilities to save 1.0-1.5 per
    year
  • Also calls for decoupling and incentives
  • Xcel most aggressive planned savings of 1.3
    electric, 1.2 gas in 2012
  • Implementation begins in 2010
  • Expanding existing programs, beginning behavior
    effort, community-based efforts

16
Wisconsin
  • Historically a strong state for DSM programs
  • Now statewide implementation through Focus on
    Energy oversight by Wisconsin PSC
  • non-profit administration
  • Utilities also doing some programs in parallel.
  • Spending and savings grown since 2005 after
    all-stakeholder effort to refresh policies
  • As part of Midwest Governors effort trying to set
    2/year EE target
  • May come before legislature in 2010 in
    conjunction with climate change bill
  • Wisconsin PSC is conducting quadrennial review of
    appropriate level of EE program funding and
    savings goals as required by Act 141

17
Iowa
  • Iowa quietly doing a lot of DSM
  • 0.84 of electric sales in 2007
  • 0.68 of gas sales in 2007
  • New 5 year plans just approved
  • For Mid-American, 1.5 electric savings by 2010
    and 0.85 gas savings by 2013

18
New York
  • Savings goal of 15 by 2015 established
  • Includes codes and standards
  • Now establishing gas savings targets
  • Proposal is for 14.7 savings by 2020
  • Utilities beginning programs, to complement
    NYSERDA programs
  • Many delays getting programs approved and
    implemented
  • Governor has just proposed moving 90m of RGGI
    funds to help balance state budget

19
New Jersey
  • Programs currently administered statewide by
    contractors hired by BPU
  • Legislature directed BPU to develop binding
    savings goals authorized up to 20 savings by
    2020
  • Not happened yet
  • Also some proposals to have utilities re-engage
    in operating efficiency programs

20
Pennsylvania
  • Act 129 calls for 3 electric savings
    (cumulative) by 2013
  • Also 4.5 peak savings (100 hours)
  • Utilities have filed plans, awaiting approval
  • Programs start 1Q 2010

PECO Plan
21
Maryland
  • Legislature established 15 by 2015 savings goal
  • Utilities responsible for 10, state for 5
  • Utilities programs approved for initial years
  • Fall a little short of being on-track for their
    10 will need to beef up in future
  • Most programs have now started
  • All 3 major utilities now have decoupling
  • State-operated programs slow to get started as
    funding delayed

22
Delaware
  • State has established a Sustainable Energy
    Utility, funded with bond funds
  • Administered by a private contractor
  • Just getting started
  • In 2009 passed EERS
  • 15 electric savings by 2015
  • 10 gas savings by 2015
  • EE as priority resource in loading order
  • Electric and Natural Gas Decoupling
  • Workgroups established to begin developing details

23
Illinois
  • EERS passed in 2007 calls for ramping up electric
    EE programs to 2/yr savings by 2015
  • Targets start at 0.2 per year
  • Utilities on-track to exceed initial targets
  • Legislation includes cost-caps which will need to
    be raised if want to save gt1/yr
  • In 2009, gas EERS adopted
  • 8.6 cumulative savings by 2020

24
Ohio
  • EERS adopted in 2008
  • 22 electric savings by 2025
  • Targets start slow, hit 2/yr in 2019
  • PUC developed implementing rules
  • Utilities starting programs
  • Legislation and rules authorize decoupling and
    incentives
  • Utilities can file on case by case basis
  • Duke recently had incentives approved

25
Michigan
  • 2008 law (PA 295) requires utility energy
    efficiency programs and establishes savings
    targets, ramping up to 1/yr for electric,
    0.75/yr for gas
  • Includes industrial self-direct option
  • Initial utility plans were filed and approved in
    2009, and programs have begun
  • A utility incentive mechanism has been approved
  • Decoupling for gas utilities was authorized in
    the legislation, it is being considered by the
    MPSC for electric utilities
  • Sales have plummeted due to recession, which
    increased utility interest in decoupling

26
Southwest
Source Geller, SWEEP, 2009
27
Nevada
  • Nevada Power saved more than 1 in 2008
  • Utility earns higher RoR on EE investments
  • Spending expected to be 75 million/yr over
    2010-2012
  • Exceeding maximum amount of EE permitted under
    combined RES-EERS

28
Utah
  • Rocky Mountain Power saving 1.1 of sales in
    2009
  • Approval to spend 4.6 of revenue on DSM
  • Utah legislature urged PSC to identify and
    approve energy efficiency programs to reduce
    electricity usage by 1 and gas usage by 0.5

29
Colorado
  • Legislature directed PSC to set savings targets
  • Targets are 0.53 in first year, 11.5 by 2020
  • Applies to Public Service CO, Blackhills
  • Incentives approved for both utilities
  • Also targets and decoupling for gas EE

30
Arizona
  • Settlement in APS rate case includes savings
    goals of
  • 1.0 in 2010
  • 1.25 in 2011
  • 1.5 in 2012
  • Commission now reviewing
  • Shareholder incentives adopted

31
Conclusion
  • Most aggressive states are in New England 2
    savings/year
  • Many other regions doing a lot ramping up to
    1-2 savings per year
  • Other regions lagging but most are at least
    getting started

32
Federal Legislation Status
  • House passed combined energy and climate change
    bill (ACES)
  • Senate Energy reported out energy-only bill
    (ACELA)
  • Senate EPW now working on cap and trade bill
  • These bills will be eventually combined, along
    with other provisions, into a more comprehensive
    bill
  • Might be floor debate in Nov., Dec., Jan. or Feb.
  • Is there 60 votes? Combine with nuclear, clean
    coal and offshore oil/gas?

33
Efficiency Elements in House and Senate Energy
Bill
  • Energy efficiency resource standards
  • Appliance and equipment standards
  • Improved building codes
  • Residential and commercial retrofits
  • Building labeling
  • Appliance incentives (House only so far)
  • Job training IAC, BAC
  • Programs for industry (Senate only so far)
  • Demand response (House only so far)
  • Energy Star (Senate only so far)

34
Contact Information
  • Steven Nadel
  • snadel_at_aceee.org
  • 202-507-4000
  • www.aceee.org
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