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Meegan Kelly
August 13, 2018
ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings
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A National Review of Combined H...
Why CHP?
Research approach and survey
questions
Results and 3 key observations
New trends in future utility programs
O...
CHP Programs Diversify the Measure Mix
and Meet a Diverse Set of Utility Needs
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Research Approach
Survey methods for data collection
 Online, public outreach materials
 Utility regulatory filings
 P...
Research Questions
Qualitative review of program experience
 What led to the creation of a specific CHP program for your...
Results and Key Observations
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2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Southwest Gas
Eversource
National Grid
(MA)
Baltimore Gas
& Electric
Pepco
Delma...
 Standalone vs. Custom
 10 utilities implement standalone CHP programs designed to provide more focused
expertise.
 Inc...
New Trends in Future Programs
 Joint Gas and Electric Program
 ComEd and Nicor
– Accounting method in Illinois TRM allow...
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Source: BQDM Quarterly Expenditures and Program Report – Q4 2017
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Meegan Kelly
Senior Associate
301-572-0978
meegan.kelly@icf.com
On The Rise: A Fresh Look at Growth and Diversity in
Ut...
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A National Review of Combined Heat and Power Programs in utility Energy Efficiency Portfolios

  1. 1. we are Meegan Kelly August 13, 2018 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings 1 A National Review of Combined Heat and Power Programs in Utility Energy Efficiency Portfolios
  2. 2. Why CHP? Research approach and survey questions Results and 3 key observations New trends in future utility programs Overview
  3. 3. CHP Programs Diversify the Measure Mix and Meet a Diverse Set of Utility Needs 3
  4. 4. Research Approach Survey methods for data collection  Online, public outreach materials  Utility regulatory filings  Phone interviews  Email questionnaire  Outreach to technical assistance providers, other stakeholders Challenges with data availability  Some utilities don’t disaggregate and report savings from CHP in program filings  Limited information available in public materials 4
  5. 5. Research Questions Qualitative review of program experience  What led to the creation of a specific CHP program for your utility?  What are the biggest benefits to the utility from the CHP program?  What are the biggest challenges with creating or running this program?  How does the CHP program compare to other EE measures in your portfolio?  Has the CHP program met the goals or had the intended effect laid out during its creation? Estimates of quantitative program metrics  Number of projects installed?  Average project size?  Total capacity installed?  Dollars of incentive paid? 5
  6. 6. Results and Key Observations 6
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  8. 8. 8 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Southwest Gas Eversource National Grid (MA) Baltimore Gas & Electric Pepco Delmarva Phildelphia Gas Works National Grid (RI) PECO Nicor Gas ComEd Dayton Power & Light SoCalGas PPL PSEG Long Island Puget Sound Energy ConEdison AEP Ohio* First Energy (PA) UGI *AEP Ohio supported CHP projects through special arrangements since 2012. More recently, AEP proposed to establish a standalone CHP program that would provide $0.035 per kWh for systems >1MW and $0.05 per kWh for systems less <1 MW
  9. 9.  Standalone vs. Custom  10 utilities implement standalone CHP programs designed to provide more focused expertise.  Incentive Structure  Utilities generally support feasibility assessment and/or offer 2 types of incentives – capacity incentives and production incentives  Capacity incentives range from $75 per kW to $1,800 per kW  Production incentives range from $0.02 per kWh to $0.30 per kWh. Typical timeframes are 12 to 18 months. 9
  10. 10. New Trends in Future Programs  Joint Gas and Electric Program  ComEd and Nicor – Accounting method in Illinois TRM allows electric utility to claim savings for kWh and natural gas utility to claim savings for thermal efficiency – Joint incentives for feasibility assessment, ComEd offers $0.07/kWh production incentive, and Nicor Gas offers $1/therm (capped)  MicroCHP Pilot Programs  Philadelphia Gas Works – In 2017, the Pennsylvania PUC approved a pilot focused on smaller commercial sites for CHP under 50 kW  National Grid – MicroCHP Gas REV Demonstration Project in New York City and Long Island for units under 5 kW  CHP as a Non-Wires Solution  ConEdison (see map) – Over 2 MW of load relief capacity from CHP systems with ~1 MW in 2017; 1 MW expected in 2018 – Program incentive is contingent upon summer performance 10
  11. 11. 11 Source: BQDM Quarterly Expenditures and Program Report – Q4 2017
  12. 12. 12 Meegan Kelly Senior Associate 301-572-0978 meegan.kelly@icf.com On The Rise: A Fresh Look at Growth and Diversity in Utility Combined Heat and Power Programs: https://www.icf.com/blog/energy/combined-heat-and- power-program-growth

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