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Sector Commercial
End-use HVAC
Project Number ET22SWE0023
2022 - 2022
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
PDF Available
COMPLETE
The persistence of Covid-19 and remote work is driving new patterns of variable and unpredictable occupancy in commercial offices, where work flexibility is the new norm and employees may go to the office irregularly or infrequently. In many instances, this may become the new norm. As a result,...
Sector Residential
End-use HVAC
Project Number ET22SWE0030
2022 - 2022
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
PDF Available
COMPLETE
AESC proposes a market evaluation study of solar assisted heat pumps, a technology that promises to provide supplemental, carbon-free heating to any variable-speed pump air conditioner in the 2-ton to 10-ton range – and thus is applicable to residential split heat pumps and small commercial split...
Sector Residential
End-use Water Heating/DHW/HPWH
Project Number ET22SWE0036
2022 - 2022
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
PDF Available
COMPLETE
Currently, incentives for energy efficient water heater retrofits require a like-for-like replacement. However, there is anecdotal evidence that contractors upsize heat pump water heater replacements relative to existing gas water heaters. This project adds to current statewide water heating...
Sector Commercial
End-use Process Loads
Project Number ET22SWE0010
2022 - 2022
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
PDF Available
COMPLETE
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...
Sector Commercial
End-use Water Heating/DHW/HPWH
Project Number ET22SWE0017
2022 - 2023
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
ACTIVE
AESC proposes a California-focused market study and field demonstration of an all-electric CO2 refrigerant heat pump water heater (HPWH) designed for central systems in commercial and multi-family (MF) buildings. The technology supports electrification strategies, is highly energy efficient,...
Sector Residential
End-use Whole Building
Project Number ET22SWE0057
2022 - 2023
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
ACTIVE
VEIC proposes to conduct a market study which will include a product assessment of technologies which can minimize or completely avoid the need for an electric panel upgrade or other electric infrastructure work associated with residential electrification projects. The study will include an...
Sector Commercial
End-use Water Heating/DHW/HPWH
Project Number ET22SWE0019
2022 - 2023
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
PDF Available
COMPLETE
Electrifying the building sector is a critical step towards meeting California’s decarbonization goals. Water heating for food service applications represents 340M therms of gas consumption and thus presents a significant electrification opportunity through the application of heat pump (HP)...
Sector Commercial
End-use HVAC
Project Number ET22SWE0020
2022 - 2023
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
ACTIVE
Building electrification initiatives are resulting in an explosion of electrified heating and cooling (heat pump) systems being installed in residential and commercial buildings. Electrifying the building sector is a critical step toward meeting California’s decarbonization goals; however, the...
Sector Commercial
End-use Process Loads
Project Number ET22SWE0025
2022 - 2023
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
ACTIVE
The proposed project is to develop an energy modeling framework based on OpenStudio, EnergyPlus, and ancillary analysis tools that solves previously identified shortcomings of existing grocery refrigeration analysis tools. A modeling “framework” is defined as all software packages, files, and...
Sector Commercial
End-use Water Heating/DHW/HPWH
Project Number ET22SWE0028
2022 - 2025
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
ACTIVE
AESC and ASK Energy propose a California-focused field demonstration and market assessment of a packaged, modular, all-electric CO2 centralized heat pump water heater with load shift capabilities designed for commercial and multi-family buildings. The proposed technology supports electrification...
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