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Conservation achievements for Ashland, City of
 

Contact:   Cathy Cartmil, 541-552-2063,
website: www.ashland.or.us
 

2002 Actual: Energy savings and expenditures by sector

  Reported CRD activity    All non-CRD activity    Totals
Sector Savings
(kWh)
  Expenditures
($)
  Savings
(kWh)
  Expenditures
($)
  Savings
(kWh)
  Expenditures
($)
Residential   61,770 31,794 61,770 31,794
  Low-income portion      
Commercial   645,170 81,684 645,170 81,684
Industrial      
Irrigation      
System improvements      
Other      
Totals      706,940  113,478  706,940  113,478
 

2002 Actual : Energy savings and expenditures by funding source

  CRD Non-CRD activity
    BPA-funded   Utility-funded   Non-utility,
non-BPA
Savings (kilowatt hours per year)    477,794  224,107  5,039
   Kilowatts (optional)        
Expenditures

   66,176  37,405  9,897

Notes: "Non-utility, non-BPA" funding includes zero-interest loans from the City of Ashland for weatherization and heat pumps.

2003 Actual: Energy savings and expenditures by sector

  Reported CRD activity    All non-CRD activity    Totals
Sector Savings
(kWh)
  Expenditures
($)
  Savings
(kWh)
  Expenditures
($)
  Savings
(kWh)
  Expenditures
($)
Residential   115,196 58,973 115,196 58,973
  Low-income portion      
Commercial   1,045,017 116,593 1,045,017 116,593
Industrial      
Irrigation      
System improvements      
Other      
Totals      1,160,213  175,566  1,160,213  175,566
 

2003 Actual : Energy savings and expenditures by funding source

  CRD Non-CRD activity
    BPA-funded   Utility-funded   Non-utility,
non-BPA
Savings (kilowatt hours per year)    1,046,082  103,588  10,543
   Kilowatts (optional)        
Expenditures

   123,242  24,894  27,430

Notes: "Non-utility, non-BPA" funding includes zero-interest loans from the City of Ashland for weatherization and heat pumps.

2004 Projected: Energy savings and expenditures by sector

  Reported CRD activity    All non-CRD activity    Totals
Sector Savings
(kWh)
  Expenditures
($)
  Savings
(kWh)
  Expenditures
($)
  Savings
(kWh)
  Expenditures
($)
Residential   93,439 72,042 93,439 72,042
  Low-income portion      
Commercial   277,183 27,796 277,183 27,796
Industrial      
Irrigation      
System improvements      
Other      
Totals      370,622  99,838  370,622  99,838
 

2004 Projected : Energy savings and expenditures by funding source

  CRD Non-CRD activity
    BPA-funded   Utility-funded   Non-utility,
non-BPA
Savings (kilowatt hours per year)    109,446  234,740  26,436
   Kilowatts (optional)        
Expenditures

   11,601  36,907  51,330

Notes: "Non-utility, non-BPA" funding includes zero-interest loans from the City of Ashland for weatherization and heat pumps.

Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance benefits

The long run goal of the Alliance is to encourage transformation in the marketplace, leading to the adoption and use of energy efficient equipment and practices. While immediate energy savings are not its main goal, its projects do result in savings in the short run. The Alliance estimated these savings and allocated shares to the largest utilities, based primarily on their retail loads.The Alliance did not allocate a specific share to this utility; this utility's share is included in the NEEA row on the summary page of this report.