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Sector Residential
End-use Whole Building
2020 - 2021
SCE
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This project will conduct an analysis of a backcasting analysis tool targeted at the Residential Direct Install program which offers a focused package of measures for residential energy efficiency. The tool presents a unique opportunity to directly gauge the combined benefits that could be achieved...
Sector Residential
End-use Whole Building
2020 - 2022
SCE
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This is a follow up of an assessment of a web-based, energy efficiency recommendation engine providing a customized “path to zero-net energy” for any existing home. This tool uses current technologies in building energy simulation and combines it in a novel way with other recent developments in 3D...
Sector Commercial
End-use Whole Building
2020 - 2023
SCE
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This a technical demonstration for“Grid-Interactive Efficient Buildings (GEBS)” within the SCE’s territory supporting General Services Administration’s (GSA) and DOE High Impact Technology Innovation Catalyst (HIT Catalyst) programs. The project will initiate a software application gateway to...
Sector Residential
End-use HVAC
2020 - 2021
SCE
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The objective of this advanced water heating initiative is to overcome market barriers and challenges associated with HWPHs through the development of a coordinated, statewide effort and alignment of existing and new programs, policies and technologies. The initiative will increase the adoption of...
Sector Commercial
End-use Process Loads
2020 - 2023
SCE
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The project will consist of an assessment of energy and non-energy impacts of moderate-low GWP refrigeration design on three newly constructed supermarkets. Each of the supermarkets will be newly opened and operating as of August 2020 with low-GWP (less than 150) and moderate-GWP systems (less than...
Sector Commercial
End-use Process Loads
2020 - 2023
SCE
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The project will consist of an assessment of energy and non-energy impacts of low-GWP retrofits on three supermarkets. Each of the three supermarkets are scheduled to upgrade their existing systems, replacing traditional HFC refrigerants with low-GWP (less than 150)  and reduced charge moderate-GWP...