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Sector Residential
End-use Whole Building
Project Number ET22SWE0051
2022 - 2023
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
ACTIVE
Heat pump space conditioning and water heating can greatly reduce energy consumption compared to existing electric resistance or natural gas combustion options. Requirements for electrical service upgrades add cost and installation delays for customers considering heat pumps for space conditioning...
Sector Residential
End-use Whole Building
Project Number ET22SWE0033
2022 - 2023
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
ACTIVE
With nearly a third of California’s low-income households living in large (5+ unit) multifamily housing, electrifying and deploying advanced electric technologies to this portion of the housing stock is critical to reaching the state’s goals for equitable climate action. Formulating policies and...
Sector Residential
End-use Whole Building
Project Number ET22SWE0053
2022 - 2025
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
ACTIVE
The majority of building power distribution systems use alternating current (AC). This significantly influences the design of connected, building system components and appliances such as direct current (DC) appliances. With the proliferation of DC devices as standard design elements across many...
Sector Commercial
End-use Whole Building
Project Number ET22SWE0034
2022 - 2024
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
ACTIVE
Indirect evaporative cooling can provide cooling at much higher efficiency in California climates compared to the vapor compression cooling systems currently used in most buildings. In the past, these indirect evaporative cooling systems have been add-ons to roof top packaged units, have required...
Sector Residential
End-use Whole Building
Project Number ET22SWE0055
2022 - 2025
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
ACTIVE
The proposed project is a laboratory evaluation of advanced home energy management systems (HEMS) that will quantify the electrical efficiency associated with advanced distributed energy resource (DER) management features and assess claims of interoperability across a range of communication...
Sector Residential
End-use Whole Building
Project Number ET22SWE0037
2022 - 2024
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
ACTIVE
This project will evaluate new applications of aerosol sealing, a product used to seal buildings primiarily in new construction, to sealing in existing homes. Previous studies have shown that half of the leakage in new California homes occurs through the attic so addressing leakage at the attic...
Sector Commercial
End-use Whole Building
Project Number ET22SWE0044
2022 - 2024
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
ACTIVE
The laboratory evaluation of a commercial, whole-building, integrated control system project aims to achieve whole-building energy and demand reduction, load flexibility, improved occupant comfort, and reductions in control system installation costs by integrating control of multiple building...
Sector Residential
End-use Whole Building
Project Number ET22SWE0021
2022 - 2022
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
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Residential heat pump space conditioning and water heating can greatly reduce energy consumption compared to typical natural gas combustion or electric resistance equipment. Multi-function heat pumps are a product type that uses one efficient outdoor compressor and heat exchanger unit to provide...
Sector Residential
End-use Whole Building
Project Number ET22SWE0049
2022 - 2024
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
ACTIVE
The proposed project evaluates the current state and anticipated future of Residential Energy and Automation (REA) systems. REA systems are a new category of residential appliances that combine the features of Home Energy Management Systems (HEMS). HEMS energy savings potential have been estimated...
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...
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The ETCC is funded in part by ratepayer dollars and the California IOU Emerging Technologies Program, the IOU Codes & Standards Planning & Coordination Subprograms, and the Demand Response Emerging Technologies (DRET) Collaborative programs under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission. The municipal portion of this program is funded and administered by Sacramento Municipal Utility District and Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.