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Sector Residential
End-use HVAC
Project Number PGE 0307
2003 - 2004
PG&E
PDF Available
COMPLETE
Project SummaryThe purpose of this project is to evaluate and compare the performance of two types of advanced evaporative coolers to the traditional evaporative cooler. The results will allow validation of energy savings and other manufacturer performance information. For more information, please...
Sector Commercial
End-use HVAC
Project Number PGE 0306
2003 - 2005
PG&E
PDF Available
COMPLETE
Project SummaryThree tools for diagnosing Air Handler Unit (AHU) problems will be demonstrated and compared to evaluate their attributes in diagnosing problems with air distribution systems. For more information, please contact the sponsoring...
Sector Commercial
End-use Lighting
Project Number PGE 0305
2003 - 2008
PG&E
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COMPLETE
Project SummaryThis project includes the design, installation, energy usage monitoring, and user/visitor satisfaction measurement for a High Color Temperature Lighting System at a demonstration site with significant target market visitor traffic. The design will demonstrate best lighting design...
Sector Commercial
End-use Process
Project Number PGE 0303
2003 - 2004
PG&E
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COMPLETE
Project Summary:Demonstrate and assess energy and demand savings impacts of the following technologies and design strategies at three sites in northern and central California: -Variable air volume (VAV) for exhaust hoods, including applicable controls, -Makeup introduced through backwall supply...
Sector Commercial
End-use Lighting
Project Number ET 02.11-3
2002 - 2005
SCE
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COMPLETE
Project SummaryEvaluated the potential energy savings of a combination of lighting system replacements and a new lighting installation in three different spaces on the LA County Internal Services Division campus. In the welding shop, probe start metal halide aluminum canister fixtures were replaced...
Sector Commercial
End-use Lighting
Project Number PGE 0201
2001 - 2004
PG&E
PDF Available
COMPLETE
Project Summary:The current project uses 100% uplight luminaires installed with dimming ballasts and 5000K lamps. Users have the ability to adjust the lighting levels to match their own preference. Dimmed levels and energy usage are metered for individual users and compared to individual users...
Sector Residential
End-use HVAC
Project Number ET24SWE0015
N/A - 2025
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
ACTIVE
Mechanical ventilation is becoming more prevalent due to Indoor Air quality (IAQ) concerns, particularly as construction trends move towards tighter envelopes to increase efficiency. Yet there is a tension between providing ventilation to ensure good IAQ and reducing the energy and demand impacts...
Sector Commercial
End-use Process Loads
Project Number ET24SWE0016
N/A - 2024
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
ACTIVE
Laboratory cold storage solutions such as freezers, refrigerators, and cryogenic storage tanks are critical to keeping valuable reagents and priceless samples safe. Ultra-Low Temperature Freezers (ULTs) are designed for laboratory applications that maintain set point storage temperatures between...
Sector Commercial
End-use Water Heating/DHW/HPWH
Project Number ET24SWE0017
N/A - 2025
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
ACTIVE
120-volt plug-in heat pump water heaters (HPWHs) are a proven, market-ready technology offering significant decarbonization potential as emergency replacements in the small medium business market. It is estimated that 90% of water heating replacements occur on an emergency basis. Without an easy,...
Sector Commercial
End-use HVAC
Project Number ET24SWE0012
N/A - 2025
SWE (Statewide Electric ETP)
ACTIVE
The proposed project will evaluate patent-pending compressor controller technology through a field demonstration. The field demonstration entails installing the technology onto an existing VRF system with inverter-driven compressor to understand its potential energy savings. Technology is...
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