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C&LM Technical Meeting - Day One - Shared screen with speaker view
DEEP BETP
48:15
2022-2024 Conservation and Load Management Plan (filed with DEEP on November 1, 2021): https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/DEEP/energy/ConserLoadMgmt/Final-2022-2024-Plan-to-EEB-1112021.pdf
DEEP BETP
48:23
DEEP C&LM Webpage: https://portal.ct.gov/DEEP/Energy/Conservation-and-Load-Management/Conservation-and-Load-Management
DEEP BETP
48:33
DEEP BETP Energy Filings: http://www.dpuc.state.ct.us/DEEPEnergy.nsf/$EnergyView
DEEP BETP
48:41
Energy Efficiency Board Webpage: https://energizect.com/connecticut-energy-efficiency-board
DEEP BETP
48:48
Statewide Energy Efficiency Dashboard: https://energizect.com/connecticut-energy-efficiency-board/statewide-energy-efficiency-dashboard
DEEP BETP
48:55
Energize CT Website: https://energizect.com/
Jeff Howard (DEEP)
49:40
Please use the Chat to ask questions (or to call attention to technical problems with the Zoom session) but NOT to make comments or to hold side conversations. Questions posted here may be either to clarify something within the immediate presentation or to substantively probe the issue. Because the agenda is tight, there may not be time for DEEP to convey substantive questions to the presenters during the session itself. Public comments should be presented not through the Chat but verbally during designated periods of the agenda.
Bernard Pelletier
01:09:47
can you define “non embedded”? GHG - are there “embedded” costs?
Bernard Pelletier
01:11:16
thank you
Heather Deese, Dandelion Energy
01:12:01
What is the $/ton cost of carbon is used for non-embedded GHG emissions?
Robert Maddox
01:21:32
So are these calculations done on an annual basis? Any consideration to more frequent?
Bernard Pelletier
01:21:36
Is it fair to say that a dollar of carbon cost - applied via a carbon tax - would add about 1 penny to a gallon of fuel - or a 50 dollar carbon tax would add about 50 cents.
Bernard Pelletier
01:22:09
(just trying to ground it in terms I can relate to?)
Bernard Pelletier
01:26:34
https://www.synapse-energy.com/project/avoided-energy-supply-costs-new-england-aesc
Bernard Pelletier
01:30:54
thank you
Chris Neme
01:42:26
Bernard: Just did a quick calc to address your question. Every $ of CO2 tax would add about 1.1 cents in cost to a gallon of fuel oil. It would be lower per gallon of propane - about 0.6 cents, though fuel oil has about 50% more energy per gallon, so the difference isn't quite as big per unit of energy provided.
Chris Neme
01:45:34
Heather et al.: with regards to the of carbon emission reductions embedded in current electricity prices through RGGI, the best reference is the current auction price of RGGI emission allowances. The RGGI clearing price in the most recent auction in September 2021 was $9.30 per ton.
David Roman (E.E. Eversource)
02:14:54
This are some specific uses of AMI for EM&V:Comparison Groups Selection.Evaluation of Demand Response programsLoad correlated with outdoor temperaturesWhole home and new construction baselines[Behavioral programsPay for Performance (P4P) Programs
Susan Miller
02:15:17
Can we get contact info for the participants?
Jeff Howard (DEEP)
02:18:21
DEEP is not planning to release contact info for participants.
Dwayne Escola
03:05:36
From now on shouldn't PMI's also be based on the CO2 reductions achieved? This would help move to increased Heat Pumps since during their 18 year life they save for more than 5 times the CO2 emissions. This is just counting operational saving over the live. The leakage of methane would make this savings much larger.