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TitleEnergy Management Services Plan 1997-2002
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Table of Contents
                            TABLE OF CONTENTS
LIST OF FIGURES
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
	INTRODUCTION
	A CHANGING ENVIRONMENT
		The Effect of Change
	OPTIONS:  STRIKING THE BALANCE
	THE POLICY FRAMEWORK
	EMSD PROGRAMS FOR 1997-2002
		Community Conservation
		Commercial & Industrial Conservation
		Lighting Design Lab
	Support Services
	IMPACTS OF EMSP
	CONCLUSION
INTRODUCTION
SECTION 1: BACKGROUND AND ANALYSIS
	BACKGROUND
		Energy Conservation as a Resource
		Regional Partnership with BPA
		Conservation Implementation Plan
	A CHANGING ENVIRONMENT
	THE EFFECT OF CHANGE
		Conservation as a Resource
		Conservation as an Energy Service
		Conservation and Community Values
		Summary
SECTION 2:  POLICY FRAMEWORK
	OPTIONS
		Market Driven Approach
		Regulatory Approach
		Entrepreneurial Driven
		Resource Driven
		Striking the Balance
	THE POLICIES WHICH WILL GUIDE US
		
			CITY LIGHT SHOULD TAKE ACTIONS DESIGNED TO ASSURE THE DEVELOPMENT OF ALL COST-EFFECTIVE CONSERVATION WITHIN ITS SERVICE TERRITORY.
			CITY LIGHT SHOULD PROVIDE A COMPREHENSIVE ARRAY OF ENERGY MANAGEMENT SERVICES INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ENERGY EFFICIENCY SERVICES.
			CITY LIGHT SHOULD PROMOTE CITY POLICIES AND COMMUNITY VALUES WHILE WORKING WITH OTHER CITY DEPARTMENTS IN DELIVERING ENERGY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS AND SERVICES.
			CITY LIGHT SHOULD OFFER ENERGY MANAGEMENT SERVICES TO ALL CUSTOMER CLASSES AND ALL SEGMENTS OF THE COMMUNITY.
	STRATEGIES FOR THE FUTURE
		
			Redesign Programs As Needed, To Be Cost-Effective Given Current Marginal Values Of Energy (MVEs), Taking Environmental Costs Into Account.
			Offer Comprehensive Energy Management Services.
			Deliver Services In Collaboration With Other City Utilities And Departments.
			Increase Customer Contributions.
			Explore Opportunities To Offer Financing To All Customers.
			Continue Exploration Of Load Management Approaches.
			Maximize Involvement In “Market Transformation” P
			Explore Opportunities For More Aggressive Codes And Standards.
			Increase Conservation Outreach.
			Address “Stranded Cost” Recovery In Conservation
	SUMMARY
SECTION 3:  EMSD PROGRAMS FOR 1997-2002
	COMMUNITY CONSERVATION
		Key Themes
		Retrofit Services
			Warm Home Program
			Multifamily Targeted Acquisition Program
			Multifamily Common Area Lighting Program
		Neighborhood Services
			Neighborhood Power Project
			$mart Business
		New Construction Services
			Super Good Cents Program
		Low-Income Services
			Low Income Electric Program
			Low Income Multifamily Program
		Appliance & Lighting Services
			Energy Efficient Water Heater Rebate Program
			LightSaver Program
			Cleaner NW
			New Appliance Program
		Other Services
			Energy Management Services Conservation Hotline (684-3800)
			Combined Utility
		Value-Added Services
		1997-2002 Community Conservation Budget
	COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL CONSERVATION
		Incentive Services
			Energy Smart Design Program
			Energy $avings Plan Program
			Cooperative Motor Rebate Program:
		Value-Added Services
			Information Services
			Technical Support Services
			Financial Support Services
		1997-2002 Commercial/Industrial Budget
	LIGHTING DESIGN LAB AND SUPPORT SERVICES
		Lighting Design Lab
		Support Services
			Policy & Planning Unit
			Evaluation Unit
			Contracts Unit
			Tools:  Automated Tracking
		1997-2002 Lighting Design Lab/Support Services Budget
SECTION 4: IMPACTS AND ANALYSIS
	ACHIEVING 100 AMW TARGET
	PROGRAM COST EFFECTIVENESS
		
			
				
	RATES, BILLS, ENVIRONMENTAL COSTS AND DEBT
	CUSTOMER EQUITY
	ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EFFECTS OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY
	SIZE OF SERVICE TERRITORY
	COMPREHENSIVE REGIONAL REVIEW
	SUMMARY
CONCLUSION
GLOSSARY
                        

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