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1 Lighting EMV Roadmap Update Jeorge Tagnipes California Public Utilities Commission March 25, 2014

2 2 Overview Introduction (5 minutes) Energy Division Lighting Studies (25 minutes) IOU Led Lighting Studies (15 minutes) Q&A (15 minutes)

3 DNV GL © 2013 January 15, 2014 SAFER, SMARTER, GREENER DNV GL © 2013 ENERGY Jenna Canseco, DNV GL Tyler Mahone, DNV GL Rachel Harcharik, Itron CPUC ED Lighting Studies 3 Overview

4 DNV GL © 2013 January 15, Lighting Studies Managed by CPUC ED 4 Residential/Upstream Lighting StudyStatus Residential/Advanced/Upstream Lighting Impact Evaluation StudyTo be completed Q California Residential Replacement Lamp Market Characterization StudyTo be completed Q Assessment of the Early Effects of EISA and AB 1109 in CaliforniaQ California LED Lamp Market Characterization ReportQ Fall 2011 California Lighting Retail Store Shelf Survey ReportQ Non-Residential Lighting StudyStatus Non-Res Downstream Impact EvaluationTo be completed Q Related Studies and Other ActivitiesStatus California Lighting and Appliance Saturation Study (CLASS)To be completed Q California Commercial Saturation Survey (CSS) Complete – To be delivered to IOUs Q1 2014, Public Q California Commercial Market Share Tracking (CMST) Complete – To be delivered to IOUs Q1 2014, Public Q California Retail Lighting Shelf Survey Online Analysis Tool ( bulbstockdata.com )Completed 2014 Development of Retail Storefront Weights for Phone/Shelf SurveysCompleted 2014

5 DNV GL © 2013 January 15, Lighting Roadmap Studies to be Managed by CPUC ED  Original Study List – Lighting-1: Overarching Lighting Market Transformation Indicators (MTI) and Market Indicators (MI) – Lighting-5: Lighting Market Assessment Study – Lighting-7: LED Lab Test – Lighting-8: Lighting Interactive Study – Lighting-9: Focused Lighting Impact Evaluation for Program Cycle 5

6 DNV GL © 2013 January 15, 2014 Proposed Changes to Lighting Roadmap Studies 6 Proposed ChangeRationale Move nonresidential, non-upstream lighting impact evaluation activities into the Nonresidential Roadmap. Enables all impact evaluation work for all nonresidential measures (excluding upstream lighting) to occur within the same study May reduce some of the administrative costs associated with delivering the work Combine the nonresidential upstream and residential impact evaluation with the market assessment study. Avoids duplicating tasks between separate impact evaluation and market research work orders Prevents artificial delineations within the work just to support invoicing functions Ensures that data collection instruments adequately address both market research and impact evaluation needs May reduce some of the administrative costs associated with delivering the work

7 DNV GL © 2013 January 15, 2014 Revised Lighting Roadmap Studies  Lighting-1: Overarching Lighting MTI and MI – Same as in original roadmap  Lighting-7: LED Lab Test – Same as in original roadmap  Lighting-8: Lighting Interactive Study – Same as in original roadmap  Lighting Market Assessment and Focused Lighting Impact Evaluation Study – Combines 2 studies from original roadmap: – Lighting-5: Lighting Market Assessment Study – Lighting-9: Focused Lighting Impact Evaluation for Program Cycle 7

8 DNV GL © 2013 January 15, Lighting Study Overview: Overarching Lighting MTI and MI  Goals – Conduct an evaluability assessment of the current MTI, MI and strategic plan indicators (SPI) and (where necessary/relevant) recommend improvements to support cost-effective measurement – Provide a research plan for measuring and tracking MTI, MI, and SPI after 2014 that can be deployed when budget is available – Relying upon the best available information, provide preliminary estimates of MTI, MI and SPI for program cycle  Timing – High Priority; work will begin Q

9 DNV GL © 2013 January 15, Lighting Study Overview: Market Assessment & Focused Impact Evaluation  Goals – Collect impact evaluation data on selected lighting measures for the IOU lighting programs (and provide results as rapidly as possible) – Continue current efforts to monitor and profile market changes in the lighting sector  Timing – High Priority; work will begin Q

10 DNV GL © 2013 January 15, Lighting Study Overview: LED Lab Test  Goals – Assess how switching LED lamps on/off impacts lamp life and performance – Assess whether manufacturers’ specifications for LED lamp EUL are accurate – Assess whether LED workpaper assumptions are properly stated  Timing – High Priority; research will begin Q

11 DNV GL © 2013 January 15, Lighting Study Overview: Lighting Interactive Study  Goals – Quantify lighting interactive effects: – Conclude if lighting interactive effects can be quantified reliably and if so, if they can be duplicated. – To be done separately for residential and commercial buildings. – Determine how to apply interactive effects to lighting energy savings estimates.  Timing – Medium Priority; research review to determine proposed plan will begin Q

12 DNV GL © 2013 January 15, 2014 SAFER, SMARTER, GREENER Questions…? 12 Jenna Canseco, Principal Consultant Policy Advisory and Research, Sustainable Energy Use DNV GL - Energy x44121

13 13 Lighting M&E Roadmap Project Update IOUs Studies

14 14 IOUS’ LIGHTING M&E ROADMAP STUDIES By Brian Smith & Doreen Caruth, PG&E Caroline Chen for SCE Rob Rubin, SDG&E

15 15 Residential Retrofit M&E Roadmap Overview – All projects are completed and posted – All projects are underway.

16 16 A List of Completed Studies Study NamesStudy TypeStatus (Statewide) Lighting Solution Workbook Version-1. ProcessCompleted (Statewide) Advanced Lighting Data Mining and Baseline Study MarketCompleted (SCE/PG&E) Lighting Process Evaluation & Non-Residential Lighting Customer Wants & Needs Assessment ProcessCompleted (SDG&E) Residential Program Process Evaluation Cross-cutting, Process Completed (SDG&E) Non-residential Process Evaluation Cross-cutting, Process Completed

17 17 Status of Lighting Studies: Study NamesStudy TypeStatus (Statewide) Lighting Solution Workbook, Version-2 ProcessOn Hold – Waiting for Data (Statewide) LED Market Characterization & Workpaper Update Project Early M&VPending – PO Readiness (SCE) Mid-stream Lighting Trial StudyEarly M&VPending – Project Kick-off Meeting (PG&E) Mid-stream Lighting Trial StudyEarly M&VPending – CPUC Approval (Statewide) Lighting Certification Training Assessment ProcessPending – SOW Approval

18 18 Q&A


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