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  1. Energy Efficiency Financing : Commercial Sector Jordana Cammarata, Regulatory Analyst California Public Utilities Commission Energy Efficiency Planning November 15, 2010

  2. Overview • Commercial Building Energy Usage • Commercial Investor Owned Utility (IOU) Programs • Commercial Sector in the California Long Term Energy Efficiency Strategic Plan • Zero Net Energy Action Plan

  3. Commercial Building Energy Usage in California • Over 5 billion sq/ft • 38% is power usage and 25% is gas consumption • 75% of electric end uses are lighting, cooling, refrigeration, and ventilation

  4. Commercial IOU Programs 2010-2012 (Existing Buildings)

  5. Commercial IOU Programs 2010-2012 (New Construction)

  6. Moving to Zero Net Energy Buildings in California California goals: • 100% new commercial buildings are ZNE by 2030 • 50% of existing buildings are ZNE by 2030 Visionary Strategies for EE

  7. Active ZNE Action Plan Strategies (2010-2012) Goal 1 - New Construction Goal 2 - Existing Building Lead by Example: Governments and Corporations commit to benchmarking and commissioning Lower threshold for existing building codes Carbon labeling and benchmarks Making the business case Improve plug load technologies • Move toward ZNE codes by 2030 • Expand T20 and T24 • Establish a “Path to Zero” campaign

  8. In-active ZNE Action Plan Strategies (2010-2012) Goal 1 - New Construction Goal 2 - Existing Building Ensure compliance with T24 for renovations and expansion Develop effective finance tools for EE improvements Develop business models to deliver “one-stop” energy management solutions • Develop innovative finance tools for ZNE and ultra-low energy new buildings • Develop the practice of Integrated Design

  9. Contact Information Jordana Cammarata Regulatory Analyst, Commercial and Com. New Construction Energy Efficiency Planning Section Climate Strategies Branch, Energy Division California Pubic Utilities Commission Jordana.Cammarata@cpuc.ca.gov (415) 703-1606