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Conservation achievements for Pacific Northwest Generating Cooperative (PNGC)
 

Contact:   Eugene Rosolie, 503-288-1234,
 

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 4,699,080 1,212,796   4,699,080 1,212,796
  Low-income portion 31,735 21,679   31,735 21,679
Commercial 36,404 11,097   36,404 11,097
Industrial 1,617 430   1,617 430
Irrigation 1 120,000   1 120,000
System improvements 36,225 15,939   36,225 15,939
Other 24,548 2,945   24,548 2,945
Totals  4,797,875  1,363,207      4,797,875  1,363,207
 

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)  4,797,875      
   Kilowatts (optional)        
Expenditures

 1,363,207      

Notes: PNGC reports savings for Blachly-Lane Elec. Coop, Central Elec. Coop, Clearwater Power Company, Consumer's Power Inc., Coos-Curry Elec. Coop, Douglas Elec. Coop, Fall river Rural Elec. Coop, Lane Elec. Coop, Lost River Elec. Coop, Northern Lights Inc., Okanogan County Elec. Coop, Raft River Rural Elec. Coop, Salmon River Elec. Coop, Umatilla Elec. Coop and West Oregon Elec. Coop

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 7,367,348 2,156,454   7,367,348 2,156,454
  Low-income portion 36,222 92,260   36,222 92,260
Commercial 594,245 156,572   594,245 156,572
Industrial 106,838 29,837   106,838 29,837
Irrigation 16,595,140 120,000   16,595,140 120,000
System improvements 2,615 1,144   2,615 1,144
Other      
Totals  24,666,186  2,464,007      24,666,186  2,464,007
 

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)  24,666,186      
   Kilowatts (optional)        
Expenditures

 2,464,007      

2004 Projected: Energy savings and expenditures by sector

No utility-provided figures for this year; only Bonneville's CRD Savings figures available.
  Reported CRD activity    All non-CRD activity    Totals
Sector Savings
(kWh)
  Expenditures
($)
  Savings
(kWh)
  Expenditures
($)
  Savings
(kWh)
  Expenditures
($)
Residential 4,902,370    4,902,370 
  Low-income portion 24,689    24,689 
Commercial 660,481    660,481 
Industrial 63,428    63,428 
Irrigation 13,019,933    13,019,933 
System improvements 366,189    366,189 
Other      
Totals  19,012,401        19,012,401  
 

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)  19,012,401      
   Kilowatts (optional)        
Expenditures

       

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.