DEER 101 Training for WHPA Members Thursday, Sept. 12, 9 a.m. Pacific

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September 9, 2013    

Dear WHPA members,

All WHPA members are invited to participate in a unique opportunity to learn about DEER, the tool used by the California Public Utility Commission (CPUC) to calculate how the IOUs’ HVAC programs determine and claim energy savings.

As such, DEER impacts much of the work of WHPA Committees and Working Groups.

This “DEER 101” training meeting is an opportunity for utility staff to educate the WHPA about DEER.  At the end of the class, information will be provided to help WHPA members provide feedback and information on the DEER model to the CPUC Energy Division staff.

Date:  Thursday, September 12, 2013
Time:  9:00 am – 11:00 am, PDT
Call-In Number:   650-479-3208; Access code: 668 249 488
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Reservations are not required for attendance. A recording of the session and associated presentation will be posted on the WHPA website.

The DEER page of the WHPA website contains much additional information including:

  • Agenda for the Sept. 12, 2013 class
  • Audio recording and presentation for Sept. 12, 2013 class
  • Information from August 1, 2013 presentation to the WHPA Executive Committee
  • July 20 letter to the WHPA from Simon Baker, Branch Manager, Demand-Side Programs | Energy Division, CPUC
  • Links to DEER information provided by the CPUC
  • CPUC contact for questions or comments on DEER

 Sincerely,

Jeremy Reefe
WHPA – Executive Committee Co-Chair
San Diego Gas & Electric

About the WHPA
The Western HVAC Performance Alliance was established in 2009. More than 162 organizations in 25 stakeholder categories are working together to help transform from the residential and small commercial HVAC industry to ensure that technology, equipment, installation and maintenance are of the highest quality to promote energy efficiency and peak load reduction. In this role the WHPA provides input to California Investor-Owned Utilities.

 

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