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All-Electric Commercial Kitchen Electrical Requirements Study Evaluation

Project Number ET22SWE0010 Organization SWE (Statewide Electric ETP) End-use Process Loads Sector Commercial Project Year(s) 2022 - 2022
This study will identify the electrical service requirements for various sizes of foodservice facilities such as quick serve, full service, cafeterias, and hospitality. This will help understand the costs, electrical load requirements, electrical service upgrade costs, and potential electrical load growth for commercial foodservice facilities in CA in converting to all-electric kitchen designs. We would work with market actors such as design / build firms to develop prototype buildings for electrical service requirements. Once the electrical service requirements have been developed for multiple prototype foodservice facilities, cost research will be completed to determine the cost of upgrading electrical service for an all-electric kitchen. Based on the electrical service requirements for the foodservice prototypes, the study will estimate the increased load associated with converting all foodservice facilities in CA to all-electric kitchen designs.
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