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1 4. POTENTIAL OF ENERGY RESOURCES 5. CONSERVATION – BARRIERS 6. Conservation Possibilities 7. UK Energy Consumption N.K. Tovey ( ) M.A, PhD, CEng, MICE,

1 4. POTENTIAL OF ENERGY RESOURCES 5. CONSERVATION – BARRIERS 6. Conservation Possibilities 7. UK Energy Consumption N.K. Tovey ( ) M.A, PhD, CEng, MICE, CEnv Н.К.Тови М.А., д-р технических наук Energy Science Director CRed Project HSBC Director of Low Carbon Innovation NBSLM01E Climate Change and Energy: Past, Present and Future 2010 2 4. POTENTIAL OF ENERGY RESOURCES 4.1. CURRENT AND PROJECTED USAGE Projected Saturation Population in 2050 -- 10000/


Achieving Long-Term Energy Conservation through Partnerships and Collaboration October 2012.

$80,900 Estimated Annual Reduction 915 metric tons of CO2 Partnerships Puget Sound Energy Energy grants and rebates Staff support for grants and rebates Resource Conservation Program Good communication of programs ESCO – McKinstry Collaborated on grants and rebate requests Willing to look at our energy conservation ideas Partnered with college staff State Department of Commerce Energy grant funding State Department of General Administration Energy Services Contract Management Allowed College to contract for/


GREEN ENERGY KOMPENDIUM KAJIAN LINGKUNGAN DAN PEMBANGUNAN

the most preferred methods of energy production. By reducing emissions, energy conservation is an important part of lessening climate change. Energy conservation facilitates the replacement of non-renewable resources with renewable energy. Energy conservation is often the most economical solution to energy shortages, and is a more environmentally benign alternative to increased energy production. Issues with energy conservation Critics and advocates of some forms of energy conservation make the following/


Earth’s Natural Resources and Human Impacts Designed to meet South Carolina Department of Education 2005 Science Academic Standards.

to meet South Carolina Department of Education 2005 Science Academic Standards Table of Contents  Earth’s natural resources (slide 4) (Standard 3-3.7)(slide 4) (Standard 3-3.7)  Energy resources  Nonmetallic resources  Metallic resources  Common uses of earth resources (slide 5)(slide 5)  Nonrenewable vs. renewable resources (slides 6-7) (Standard 7-4.6)(slides 6-7)(Standard 7-4.6)  Humans and conservation (slide 8) (Standard 5-3/


Table of Contents Fossil Fuels Renewable Sources of Energy

. As you read, write what you learn. What You Know I can turn off lights to conserve energy. I can walk instead of riding in a car when possible. What You Learned One way to preserve our current energy resources is to increase efficiency. One method of increasing efficiency of heating and cooling systems is to use insulation. Compact fluorescent bulbs use about one fourth as much/


“One Minnesota” Conference January 14, 2009 Presented by Doug Henton Collaborative Economics, Inc. on behalf of.

for Ohio 4.Initial Results for California Demand is growing for products and services that:  Leverage renewable energy sources  Conserve energy and natural resources  Reduce greenhouse gas emissions and pollution  Repurpose waste The drivers of this new business activity include:  Public policy: new standards and incentives  Volatile fuel costs  Conservation efforts as a recession buffer  Growing concern about global climate change 1. The Context: New Market/


Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Lesson 1Lesson 1Forms of Energy Lesson 2Lesson 2Energy Transformations Lesson 3Lesson 3Energy Resources Chapter Wrap-Up.

Energy resources contain energy that can be transformed into other, more useful forms of energy. Key Concepts 1 Energy is the ability to cause change. Kinetic energy is the energy a body has because it is moving. Potential energy is stored energy. Different forms of energy include thermal energy and radiant energy. Lesson 1: Forms of Energy Key Concepts 2 Lesson 2: Energy Transformations Any form of energy can be transformed into other forms of energy. According to the law of conservation of energy, energy/


Energy Conservation and Efficiency Tom Manning. “Relying solely on a cheap, painless technological fix to conquer oil addiction is like relying solely.

.” Hendrik Hertzbert, New Yorker, February 2006 “Ritualistic calls by utopians, moralists, and environmental absolutists for energy conservation are utterly inadequate and doomed to failure.” Robert Zubrin, “An Energy Revolution”, American Enterprise Online “Energy efficiency measures can reduce the need for additional generation and transmission resources…. At times of peak demand, energy savings are estimated to exceed 4,000 MW (approximately eight mid-sized power plants). However, these/


Green Campus Initiative Institute for Sustainable Energy At Eastern Connecticut State University “ It’s not easy being GREEN ! ” Kermit T. Frog.

energy use and reduce cost for energy and maintenance. Universities should become “Learning Laboratories ” for the future citizens and leaders of the world. Twelve Steps to a Sustainable (Green) Campus 1. Teaching and Research 2. Purchasing and Administrative Services 3. Solid Waste Reduction and Recycling 4. Energy Conservation 5. Energy/ Communicate &Recognize –publicize and reward success Resources www.sustainenergy.org Links to other schools and resources www.ulsf.orgTalloires Declarationwww.ulsf.org www/


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also our growing desire for material goods and convenience we are running out of resources and hence it is imperative that we should use our energy resource judiciously. We can conserve energy by changing our life styles, reducing our wants using energy resources efficiently and by tapping renewable sources of energy. Energy conservation involves avoiding wastage of energy and adopting methods to conserve energy without affecting productivity and comforts. We can do this in many ways/


Natural Resources First Grade Parkside. Natural Resources Natural resources are things that we get from the living and non-living environment. They are.

, and for fun. Energy Sources We get energy from different sources. Energy makes things work. We find energy in wind, water, gas, batteries, and electricity. Heat We get heat from many resources. We use it for cooking, keeping warm, and having fun. Limited Resources Many of our resources are limited. We need to use them carefully to save them. We can make them last by recycling, reusing, and conserving.


Northwest Power and Conservation Council 6 th Plan Conservation Resource Cost- Effectiveness Conservation Resource Advisory Committee March 12, 2009.

or planned load reduction resulting from direct application of a renewable energy resource by a consumer, or from a conservation measure. "Resource" means-- electric power, including the actual or planned electric power capability of generating facilities, or actual or planned load reduction resulting from direct application of a renewable energy resource by a consumer, or from a conservation measure. Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 22 Why “Bundle” Measures are interactive/


Adopted April 18, 2011. Acknowledgements City of RentonContributing Businesses and Organizations Alex PietschCommunity & Economic Development AdministratorBill.

foster green jobs and economic development in the area of energy efficiency. Sustainable Works is a Tukwila-based non-profit delivering full service energy upgrades in select communities (currently working Spokane, Lynnwood-Edmonds, Seattle, and Shoreline). Climate Solutions’ New Energy Cities program is one opportunity for leveraging outside resources to support community energy initiatives. Federal grants and utility conservation dollars are other ideas for funding such an/


© John Wiley & Sons, Inc.Exploitation, Conservation, Preservation 4e Cutter and Renwick 2003 Chapter 14: Energy Resources Energy Use in the Industrial.

Energy Resources Energy Use in the Industrial Age Energy Sources Energy Futures © John Wiley & Sons, Inc.Exploitation, Conservation, Preservation 4e Cutter and Renwick 2003 Energy Use in the Industrial Age Wood, Coal, and the Industrial Revolution Oil and the Internal Combustion Engine Energy Use in the Late Twentieth Century © John Wiley & Sons, Inc.Exploitation, Conservation/Act of 1977 © John Wiley & Sons, Inc.Exploitation, Conservation, Preservation 4e Cutter and Renwick 2003 Coal Reserves Ratio of /


Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Lesson 1Lesson 1Forms of Energy Lesson 2Lesson 2Energy Transformations Lesson 3Lesson 3Energy Resources Chapter Wrap-Up.

Energy resources contain energy that can be transformed into other, more useful forms of energy. Key Concepts 1 Energy is the ability to cause change. Kinetic energy is the energy a body has because it is moving. Potential energy is stored energy. Different forms of energy include thermal energy and radiant energy. Lesson 1: Forms of Energy Key Concepts 2 Lesson 2: Energy Transformations Any form of energy can be transformed into other forms of energy. According to the law of conservation of energy, energy/


Objectives Recognize the Sun as the ultimate source of most energy on Earth. Conventional Energy Resources Describe how energy changes from one form to.

. Conservation of Energy Resources The best way to meet energy needs is a combination of improved energy efficiency and increased use of locally available, renewable energy resources. Conservation of Energy Resources Energy Efficiency Energy efficiency is the use of energy resources in the ways that are most productive. Conservation of Energy Resources Using resources more efficiently is a type of conservation. Energy Efficiency How can energy efficiency be improved? Conservation of Energy Resources –People/


< BackNext >PreviewMain Energy and Energy Resources Preview Section 1 What Is Energy?What Is Energy? Section 2 Energy ConversionsEnergy Conversions Section.

Section 3 Conservation of Energy No Conversion Without Thermal Energy, continued Making Conversions Efficient Some systems transform energy with less loss of heat than others do. Such systems are more efficient than others are. Improving the efficiency of machines is important because greater efficiency results in less waste. If less energy is wasted, less energy is needed to operate a machine. Chapter 9 < BackNext >PreviewMain Section 4 Energy Resources Bellringer Predict/


RC&D RESOURCE CONSERVATION & DEVELOPMENT Partnerships Serving America’s Communities Title of Presentation.

’s Communities Partnering with America’s rural, agricultural, and forestry sectors to build a future for sustainable renewable energy. These projects respond to RC&D elements of Community Development and Land Management while establishing an adequate energy supply for America’s future. RENEWABLE ENERGY RC&D RESOURCE CONSERVATION & DEVELOPMENT Partnerships Serving America’s Communities RC&D councils work with local communities to develop and expand economic/


Chapter Introduction Lesson 1Lesson 1Sources of Energy Lesson 2Lesson 2People and the Environment Lesson 3Lesson 3Saving Resources Chapter Wrap-Up.

fuels can cause smog and acid rain. Using energy resources has monetary costs and nonmonetary costs. Each different energy resource affects the environment and the economy in some way. Earth’s land, water, and air can be protected by practicing conservation. Different practices help conserve the land, water and air. Using alternative energy sources will help reduce the use of fossil fuels. Practicing the 3 Rs will also/


Generation Options for Idaho’s Energy Plan Arne Olson Energy & Environmental Economics, Inc. (E3) Presented to: Subcommittee on Generation Resources Boise,

are evaluated for how they contribute to the three portfolio goals “Integrated Resource Planning” (IRP) considers conservation/energy efficiency as resource “Integrated Resource Planning” (IRP) considers conservation/energy efficiency as resource Investor-owned utilities file IRPs with the PUC Investor-owned utilities file IRPs with the PUC August 10, 2006 14 Important Characteristics of Resource Options Utilities always consider: Utilities always consider: Cost Cost Operations (baseload vs. peaker/


1 Incentives for Utility Programs Robert Balzar, Director Seattle City Light Conservation American Public Power Association Webinar May 8, 2008.

residential, commercial and industrial customer bills Eliminating greenhouse gas emissions and other environmental impacts 4 Seattle City Light conservation is Seattle’s energy resource of choice Energy Efficiency Action Plan 2008 - 2012 Aggressive, accelerated conservation goals Low hanging fruit has been picked Challenges of stringent codes and standards Competition for customers and trade allies with neighboring utilities What can you afford to pay? 5 Seattle City Light/


Resources and Energy Section 4 Section 4: Resources and Conservation Preview Key Ideas Resources and Conservation Environmental Impacts of Mining Fossil.

but recycling uses less energy than the mining and manufacturing of new resources does. Resources and Energy Section 4 Conservation, continued Fossil-Fuel Conservation Fossil fuels can be conserved by reducing the amount of energy used every day. Reducing the amount of driving, insulating a house, and using energy-efficient appliances all help conserve energy. Conservation of Other Natural Resources Conservation is important for other natural resources, such as water. Resources and Energy Section 4 Maps in/


Northwest Power and Conservation Council Energy Efficiency As A Resource Option 25 Years of PNW Experience E-Source Members Forum September 25, 2007 Tom.

for utility reliance on energy efficiency as a resource Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 3 Northwest Speak (Definitions) Average Megawatt (aMW) = 8760 MWH Average Megawatt (aMW) = 8760 MWH Conservation = Any reduction in electric power consumption as a result of increases in the efficiency of energy use, production or distribution. Conservation = Any reduction in electric power consumption as a result of increases in the efficiency of energy use, production or distribution/


Agriculture Improving Air Quality Asian Pacific Islander Organization 2009 Annual Training Conference, Sacramento August 21, 2009 Ted Strauss Resource.

its precursors –Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) –/Energy Solar Energy Wind Energy Wind Energy Better energy efficiency Better energy efficiency Other technologies Other technologies Find and encourage alternative energy use that is economical and does not result in negative impacts to other resources Find and encourage alternative energy use that is economical and does not result in negative impacts to other resources Agricultural Improvements NRCS offers conservation assistance Conservation planning Conservation/


Northwest Power and Conservation Council The Role of Energy Efficiency in the Northwest Tom Eckman Manager, Conservation Resources Northwest Power and.

it developed 1500 aMW of Energy Efficiency in 2005 Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 32 Where Are We Getting The Savings? Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 33 Sources of Savings by Sector Major Sources of Efficiency Resource Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 35 Implementation Challenges Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 36 Plan Conservation Action Items Plan Conservation Action Items Ramp up “Lost Opportunity” conservation Ramp up “Lost Opportunity/


Vigorously Promote Energy Saving and Emission Reduction; Accelerate the Construction of Ecological Civilization Lv Kan, Energy-Saving & Emission Reduction,

; Accelerate the Construction of Ecological Civilization Lv Kan, Energy-Saving & Emission Reduction, Department of Department of Resource Conservation and Environmental Protection March 2013 March 2013 I.Significance of Strengthening Energy Saving and Emission Reduction in New Situation II. Effectiveness, Objectives and General Idea of Energy Saving and Emission Reduction III. Major Policy Initiatives for Energy Saving and Emission Reduction I. Significance of Strengthening Energy Saving and Emission/


Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Lesson 1Lesson 1Forms of Energy Lesson 2Lesson 2Energy Transfers and Transformations Lesson 3Lesson 3Particles in Motion.

energy resource Lesson 2-1 The law of conservation of energy says that energy can be transformed from one form to another, but it cannot be created or destroyed.law of conservation of energy Law of Conservation of Energy Lesson 2-1 The law of conservation of energy indicates that the amount of radiant energy that shines out of the flashlight cannot be greater than the chemical energy stored in the battery. Lesson 2-1 Law of Conservation of Energy (cont.) What is the law of conservation of energy/


Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Energy and Energy Resources Table of Contents Section 1 What Is Energy?

Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Energy and Energy Resources Table of Contents Section 1 What Is Energy? Section 2 Energy Conversions Section 3 Conservation of Energy Section 4 Energy Resources Chapter 9 Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Section 1 What Is Energy? DO NOW Finish the following sentence: “Energy is the ability to ____.” Write your completed sentence in your NOTEBOOK. People/


1 NBS-M016 Contemporary Issues in Climate Change and Energy 2010 4. POTENTIAL OF ENERGY RESOURCES N.K. Tovey ( 杜伟贤 ) M.A, PhD, CEng, MICE, CEnv Н.К.Тови.

Gypsum e)Additional Transport needed to power stations FGD plant are large - comparable to size of power station (excluding cooling towers). 29 5. CONSERVATION - DIFFICULTIES 5.4 PHYSICAL LIMITATIONS laws of thermodynamics limit efficiency of energy conversion. climate affects energy consumption geological resources in a country will affect utilisation of energy. e.g. it makes sense to use electricity for heating in Norway which has abundant hydro-electricity, but/


Chapter 15: Energy Section 15.1 Energy and Its Forms Section 15.2 Energy Conversion and Conservation Section 15.3 Energy Resources.

that mass and energy together are always conserved (law of conservation of energy) Section 15.3 Energy Resources Nonrenewable Resources **Energy resources can be classified as either renewable or nonrenewable Nonrenewable resources exist in limited quantities. Once used, can’t be replaced except over the course of millions of years. Key Concept: Nonrenewable energy resources include oil, natural gas, and uranium. Section 15.3 Energy Resources Nonrenewable Energy Resources Ie. These resources are being used/


SUSTAINABLE ENERGY Unit 2. Conventional Energy Sources.

be defined as the substitution of this generation’s energy with that of future generations, known as “intertemporal substitution” (substitution of this generation energy with that of future generations). Energy conservation invokes avoiding wastage of energy and adopting methods to save energy without affecting the productivity and comforts of machine / labour. The two points to be considered before demanding more conservation efforts are: Whether the depletion of the given resource can be offset by new/


FARM BILL PROGRAMS & CLIMATE CHANGE Leveraging USDA Conservation Dollars March 27-28, Lied Lodge & Conference Center, Arbor Day Farm Martha Noble Senior.

and approaches to address some of the Nations most pressing natural resource concerns.  Part of CIG funding is administered by NRCS at the national level. In addition, NRCS State Conservationists administer state CIGs. Conservation Innovation Grants Examples of 2008 Grants to Energy Projects  White River Irrigation District Pumping Plant Energy Audit and Reporting System (AR) ($531,833)  Pine Ridge Winery Modular Biopower for Conservation of Winery Biomass Residues for/


Northwest Power and Conservation Council “How Far That Little Candle Throws His Beams! So shines a good deed in a weary world.” * The Role of High-Performance.

what is pragmatically “Achievable” De-rate technical potential by 15% to reflect what is pragmatically “Achievable” Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 97 Estimating the Resource: Savings Energy (kWh) by time of day and month Energy (kWh) by time of day and month –Both savings and value of savings vary by time –Value based on base case Mid-C price forecast –Account for interaction between end uses/


Chapter 4 Section 1 Natural Resources. EARTH’S RESOURCES Earth’s resources can be classified as renewable or nonrenewable. Earth’s resources can be classified.

with energy are nonrenewable resources. Most of the natural resources that provide us with energy are nonrenewable resources. If we don’t limit our use of energy now, the resources may not be available in the future. If we don’t limit our use of energy now, the resources may not be available in the future. As with all natural resources, conserving energy is important. As with all natural resources, conserving energy is important. CONSERVING NATURAL RESOURCES cont. You can conserve energy/


Energy and Change CHAPTER the BIG idea CHAPTER OUTLINE Waves and heat flow transfer energy. Change occurs as energy is transferred. 1.1 Radiation transfers.

RESOURCES CHAPTER RESOURCES energy heat energy temperature heat flow conservation of energy work VOCABULARY KEY CONCEPT CHAPTER HOME The total energy of the motion of particles in an object; also called thermal energy. heat energy 1.1 KEY CONCEPT SUMMARY KEY CONCEPT SUMMARY Change occurs as energy transferred. CHAPTER RESOURCES CHAPTER RESOURCES energy heat energy temperature heat flow conservation of energy work VOCABULARY KEY CONCEPT CHAPTER HOME A measure of the average amount of the energy of motion of/


Chapter 12 Energy and Energy Resources Preview Section 1 What Is Energy?What Is Energy? Section 2 Energy ConversionsEnergy Conversions Section 3 Conservation.

a machine. Section 3 Conservation of Energy Chapter 12 Section 4 Energy Resources Bellringer Write the names of several different energy resources in your science journal. Predict which ones are nonrenewable (a finite supply) and renewable (an endless supply) resources. Chapter 12 Objectives Name several energy resources. Explain how the sun is the source of most energy on Earth. Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of using various energy resources. Section 4 Energy Resources Chapter 12 Nonrenewable/


Objectives Recognize the Sun as the ultimate source of most energy on Earth. Conventional Energy Resources Describe how energy changes from one form to.

. Conservation of Energy Resources The best way to meet energy needs is a combination of improved energy efficiency and increased use of locally available, renewable energy resources. Conservation of Energy Resources Energy Efficiency Energy efficiency is the use of energy resources in the ways that are most productive. Conservation of Energy Resources Using resources more efficiently is a type of conservation. Energy Efficiency How can energy efficiency be improved? Conservation of Energy Resources –People/


How do you think you could make a difference in conserving energy?

Power Geothermal Power Solar Energy Solar Energy Three R’s of Conservation Reduce Reduce Reuse Reuse Recycle Recycle Review Most of the energy that humans use comes from fossil fuels. Most of the energy that humans use comes from fossil fuels. Alternative energy resources include solar, hydroelectricity, wind power, nuclear, and geothermal energy. Alternative energy resources include solar, hydroelectricity, wind power, nuclear, and geothermal energy. You can contribute to conservation by reducing your use/


Northwest Power and Conservation Council Slide 1 Energy Efficiency As A Resource Option Three Decades of PNW Experience National Association of Regulatory.

Did We Make “The Case” ? Northwest Power and Conservation Council Slide 13 slide 13 Two Methods Integrated Resource Planning (IRP) Integrated Resource Planning (IRP) –Systematic evaluation of the least cost/least risk portfolio of resource choices where energy efficiency is treated equivalent to generating resources Energy Efficiency Resource Portfolio Standards Energy Efficiency Resource Portfolio Standards –Mandated minimum share of energy efficiency resources IRP Portfolio Analysis Determines How Much/


PS-21 Physical Science in the 21st Century Second Fall Institute November 16, 2012 University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa AL J. W. Harrell, John Vincent, Stan.

and motion PS2B: Types of interaction PS2C: Stability and instability in physical systems PS3: Energy PS3A: Definitions of energy PS3B: Conservation of energy and energy transfer PS3C: Relationship between energy and forces PS3D: Energy in chemical processes and/discussions.  Request each teacher make a monthly posting to the discussion board on http://ps21pd.weebly.com/ PS–21 Resources: 1. Pathway: Physics Teaching Web Advisory  http://www.physicspathway.org/ http://www.physicspathway.org/  Digital video/


1. 2 Solid Waste Air Water Pollution What kinds of pollution are there?

learn how to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.” TYPES OF CONSERVATION Renewable Energy conservation Non-Renewable Energy conservation Water conservation Plant conservation Soil conversation Mineral resources conversation The types of conservation can be many or few, depending on the focus of the individual or program that is aimed at conserving the Earths resources. The two types that are considered to be of the greatest are water and energy conservation. Turn off tap while cleaning your teeth, shaving or/


Energy Conservation Through Behavior Change ® Scott Finlinson & Liz Ortiz Bringing Hands-on Energy Conservation into the Classroom through Performance.

homes for 1 year or Carbon sequestered annually by 305 acres of pine forests or CO2 emissions from burning 7 railcars’ worth of coal http://www.epa.gov/cleanenergy/energy-resources/calculator.html Energy Conservation Through Behavior Change ® 10 VA Energy Source to Make Electricity Energy Conservation Through Behavior Change ® 11 4,391,498 Lbs of CO 2 (saved every year) Equals: - The CO 2 emitted by burning 226,101/


Conservation Resources Draft Seventh Power Plan Conservation Potential Assessment.

 Inputs to Regional Portfolio Model (RPM)  Achievable potential, cost & pace  These are not conservation targets  Cost-effectiveness & targets determined later  RPM Will Analyze Resource Options  Conservation  Generation  Demand Response  Market Purchases 2 Overview of Drivers Relative to the 6 th Plan Conservation Potential : 3 Decreases due to: Conservation accomplishments New and revised state energy codes and federal standards Lower Load forecast Culled measures Increases due to: New/


Northwest Power and Conservation Council The Northwest Forecast – Energy Efficiency Dominates Resource Development Tom Eckman Manager, Conservation Resources.

Efficiency Achievements by Source Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 5 Energy Efficiency Resources Significantly Reduced Projected PNW Electricity Sales Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 6 Energy Efficiency Met Nearly 40% of PNW Regional Firm Sales Growth Between 1980 - 2003 Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 7 Regional Utility Conservation Acquisitions Have Also Helped Balance Loads & Resources Response to West Coast Energy Crisis Response to NW Recession Response to/


Northwest Power and Conservation Council The Role of Energy Efficiency in Could (and Should) Play in Montana’s Future Insights from the 5 th Northwest.

Northwest Power and Conservation Council The Role of Energy Efficiency in Could (and Should) Play in Montana’s Future Insights from the 5 th Northwest Power and Conservation Plan Tom Eckman Manager, Conservation Resources Northwest Power and Conservation Council Presented October 18, 2005 Montana Energy Futures Conference Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 2 What You’re About To Hear Energy Efficiency in the Region’s Current Resource Mix Energy Efficiency in the/


Northwest Power and Conservation Council The Role of Energy Efficiency in the Northwest Power and Conservation Plan Tom Eckman Manager, Conservation Resources.

Northwest Power and Conservation Council The Role of Energy Efficiency in the Northwest Power and Conservation Plan Tom Eckman Manager, Conservation Resources Northwest Power and Conservation Council Presented October 14, 2005 Idaho Energy Conference Northwest Power and Conservation Council slide 2 What You’re About To Hear Efficiency and the Current Resource Mix Efficiency and the Current Resource Mix Regional Efficiency Goals Regional Efficiency Goals –5 th Northwest Power and Conservation Plan –Utility/


ES06A – Teach About Earth ’ s Renewable Resources Use with BrishLab ES06A.

4 Image Link Image Link The three “R”s of conservation are Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. 3- List four renewable energy resources. Page 1 Para 8 Image Link Image Link 3- List four renewable energy resources. Page 1 Para 8 Image Link Image Link Solar, water, wind, biomass and geothermal are all renewable resources. 3- List four renewable energy resources. Page 1 Para 8 Image Link Image Link Solar/


CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION Comments on Air Pollution and Electricity Generation and Use Terry Surles California Energy Commission April 26, 2002.

and technology CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION How Did Businesses Conserve? 92% of respondents have taken energy conservation actions, mostly turning off lights and adjusting thermostats CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION “hardware”cooling How did Households Conserve? CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION Mexico’s / its hot dry summers, that same solar resource provides a clean, safe and reliable way to generate electricity CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION The California Energy Commission is looking forward to working with its/


NATURAL RESOURCES. WHAT ARE NATURAL RESOURCES? NATURAL RESOURCES ARE THINGS THAT WE USE THAT OCCUR NATURALLY IN THE LAND (WATER, MINERALS…) WITH A PARTNER,

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3/12/2016 1 Regional Conservation Resource Supply Assessment Who Wants It & Why How We Propose to Do It And Whose to Blame If We Fail.

Market Penetration Rates 3/12/2016 4 Whose to Blame If We Fail l Oversight Role of Conservation Resources Advisory Committee: –Historically, Committee has reviewed each sector’s analytical approach, data and assumptions –RTF now oversees unit level for hundreds of “deemed” measures »Technology Assessments »Baseline Efficiency and Energy Use »Cost and Savings Estimates l How Do You Want to “Share the Glory”? 3/12/


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