2013 Xcel Energy Strategic Issues & DSM Planning Sessions

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2013 Xcel Energy Strategic Issues & DSM Planning Sessions

Time: January 8, 2013 from 4pm to 5:30pm
Location: Energy Efficiency Business Coalition - Denver
Street: 14062 Denver West Parkway, Bldg 52, 3rd Floor
City/Town: Golden, CO 80401
Website or Map: http://www.eebco.org/2013plan…
Phone: 720-274-9764
Event Type: regulatory, industry, educational
Organized By: Energy Efficiency Eric
Latest Activity: Dec 31, 2012

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There are three big opportunities for the energy efficiency industry in 2013. Your participation in this Task Force meeting is critical. 

We'll discuss potential changes to: 

Cost Effectiveness Calculation: Does it include all the benefits to ratepayers and the utility? Including all the benefits would expand programs and the opportunity for new energy efficiency products. 
 
Deemed Savings: Does deemed savings correlate with the true energy savings provided? More M&V and evaluation of energy efficiency projects would ensure quality work is being completed. 

Fair Share for Businesses: Energy Efficiency Contractors, Distributors and Program Implementers, you likely have the industry expertise and know your customers. Do the utility programs support your businesses needs and those of your customers? If not, this is the opportunity to improve the programs.

RSVP and More Info At: http://www.eebco.org/2013planningsession

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