Energy Efficiency Accomplishments Report
Each year, EUMMOT releases an Energy Efficiency Accomplishments Report that summarizes the energy savings and demand reduction resulting from the previous year's energy efficiency programs.
Since 1999, efficiency programs sponsored by the EUMMOT utilities have reduced demand by a total of 1,365 MW and saved 3,574 GWh of energy. The below graph illustrates the total demand reduction acheived through EUMMOT's energy efficiency programs since 2003.
Details from each program year since 2006 can be found in the below summary reports:
Independent Audit of Texas Energy Efficiency Programs in 2003 and 2004
Prepared for the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUC) by Summit Blue, "this M&V study reviewed the estimates of energy and demand savings at each participating utility, on a program-by-program basis, to gauge progress toward achieving the established energy efficiency goals in each of their service territories."
Itron Potential Study
In December 2008, Itron submitted a report, "Assessment of the Feasible and Achievable Levels of Electricity Savings from Investor Owned Utilities in Texas: 2009-2018," to the PUC. This report estimates the technical, economic, and achievable energy efficiency potential for the state of Texas and for the larger investor owned Texas utilities.
Evaluation of 2008 Texas 'Make Your Mark' Statewide CFL Program
Frontier Associates conducted an evaluation of the 2008 Texas Statewide "Make Your Mark" CFL Market Transformation Program. The evaluation had the following main objectives:
- Determine appropriate assumptions to apply to program bulbs sales in order to calculate the gross program impacts by utility service area.
- Estimate the level of free-ridership among program participants in order to estimate the net program impacts.
- Collect and analyze data relating to the effectiveness of the program in the Texas market to identify improvement opportunities and to inform future program decisions.
- "Make Your Mark" Full Report