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Sector Residential
End-use Water Heating/DHW/HPWH
Project Number PGE 0916
2009 - 2009
PG&E
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This study investigates the energy savings potential of heat pump water heaters (HPWH) for single family home applications within the service territory of Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E).  Heschong Mahone Group (HMG) conducted the...
Sector Commercial, Public
End-use Lighting
Project Number PGE 0915
2009 - 2009
PG&E
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This report summarizes the fourth phase of an LED street lighting assessment project conducted to study the applicability of LED luminaries in a in a street lighting application.  In Phase II, conducted in Fall 2007, fifteen 78-watt LED luminaries replaced a like number of 121-watt...
Sector Commercial, Public
End-use Lighting
Project Number PGE 0913
2009 - 2009
PG&E
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This report summarizes an assessment project conducted to study the performance of light emitting diode (LED) luminaires with network controls in a street lighting application. The project included installation of LED street lights with network controls on public roadways in San Jose,...
Sector Commercial, Residential
End-use HVAC
Project Number PGE 0907
2009 - 2009
PG&E
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Project SummaryTesting was conducted to evaluate the performance of a prototype OASys™ hybrid air conditioner, which modifies their indirect/direct evaporative cooling unit with an added direct expansion (DX) system for increased range of operation.  A test plan was developed based on the...
Sector Commercial
End-use Whole Building
Project Number ET08SCE1040
2009 - 2011
SCE
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This is a joint effort between Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), Sempra Utilities, and Southern California Edison to incorporate energy efficiency measures for data centers to be used in computer building...
Sector Industrial
End-use Process Loads
Project Number ET08SCE1020
2008 - 2009
SCE
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Emergency and standby generators are common place for industries, institutions, hospitals, government agencies, schools and most commercial facilities that need emergency power. Most generators required block heaters to keep the engine block warm and ready to run within 15 - 30 seconds. Air Source...
Sector Commercial
End-use HVAC
Project Number ET08SCE1160
2008 - 2011
SCE
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The purpose of the project is to verify the performance and efficiency of a 5-ton indirect evaporative hybrid roof top air-conditioning unit developed primarily for the small commercial market...
Sector Commercial
End-use Lighting
Project Number ET 08.06
2008 - 2008
SCE
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The sponsors engaged with Ecos to work with sponsor program managers to develop a plan for a California statewide program best suited to promote the development and market adoption of CFLs meeting the Super CFL...
Sector Commercial
End-use Lighting
Project Number ET 08.14
2008 - 2009
SCE
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This project verified the performance of several manufacturers’ products through laboratory tests and compared the resulting data to the manufacturers’ product specifications. The main areas of interest were color temperature, color rendering index lumen output, power consumption, power factor, and...
Sector Commercial
End-use Lighting
Project Number ET09SDGE0009
2008 - 2009
SDG&E
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In response to an overwhelming interest in innovations in LED lighting technology for the outdoor area lighting applications, San Diego Gas & Electric’s Emerging Technologies Program (ETP) objectives with this assessment were: • identify potential LED solution for outdoor area lighting,...
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The ETCC is funded in part by ratepayer dollars and the California Statewide Emerging Technologies Program 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.