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Demand Reduction in the Forward Capacity Market: Expectations & Reality <br />Kathryn Parlin, West Hill Energy & Computing...
Overview<br />ISO NE FCM<br />Vermont’s Custom Commercial Portfolio<br />Sampling<br />M&V<br />Findings<br />Recommendati...
Demand Markets<br />What?<br />ISO capacity procurement includes demand savings from efficiency programs<br />Where?<br />...
Grid Reliability<br />Energy Efficiency<br />Generation<br />Extensively Metered<br />Concentrated<br />Real time data<br ...
Process<br />ISO M-MVDR<br />VT M&V Plan<br />VT FCM Bid<br />DPS Verification Contract<br />Sampling<br />Project level M...
VT Portfolio Verification<br />Demand Savings Calculation<br />Paper verification of kWh             IPMVP methods<br />Ba...
Round 1 Sampling<br />Stratification Variables<br />End use: HVAC, Lighting, Other<br />Type: Retrofit, MOP/NC<br />Size: ...
Real Time Sampling Redux<br />Dynamic Sample Frame<br />Size threshold established before population known<br />Project tr...
Project Verification<br />M&V Plans developed for each project<br />All IPMVP Options used<br />Option A (Partially measur...
Project Approach<br />Scheduling<br />10<br /><ul><li>Safety</li></li></ul><li>Project M&V<br />Metering Equipment<br />Se...
TYPE<br />SIZE<br />END USE<br />12<br />
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Conclusions<br />+ 80/10 Confidence/Precision<br />Level of rigor essential for ensuring reliability<br />High degree of p...
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Demand Reduction in the Forward Capacity Market

  1. 1. Demand Reduction in the Forward Capacity Market: Expectations & Reality <br />Kathryn Parlin, West Hill Energy & Computing<br />Jennifer L. Chiodo, Cx Associates<br />1<br />
  2. 2. Overview<br />ISO NE FCM<br />Vermont’s Custom Commercial Portfolio<br />Sampling<br />M&V<br />Findings<br />Recommendations<br />2<br />
  3. 3. Demand Markets<br />What?<br />ISO capacity procurement includes demand savings from efficiency programs<br />Where?<br />ISO NE Forward Capacity Market (FCM)<br />PJM Reliability Pricing Model (RPM)<br />3<br />
  4. 4. Grid Reliability<br />Energy Efficiency<br />Generation<br />Extensively Metered<br />Concentrated<br />Real time data<br />Accurate<br />Dispatchable<br />Known operating schedule<br />Operators – few, known and knowledgeable<br />Not Metered<br />Aggregated<br />Widely dispersed<br />Diverse<br />Not individually metered<br />Varying schedule and output<br />Operators – many, unknown and unaware of project interaction with market<br />4<br />
  5. 5. Process<br />ISO M-MVDR<br />VT M&V Plan<br />VT FCM Bid<br />DPS Verification Contract<br />Sampling<br />Project level M&V<br />Analysis and Report Reviews<br />Annual Realization Rates Established<br />5<br />
  6. 6. VT Portfolio Verification<br />Demand Savings Calculation<br />Paper verification of kWh IPMVP methods<br />Baseline changes<br />Round 1: January 2007 – December 2008<br />Round 2: 2009<br />Round 1 RR applies to savings from June 2010 <br />Capacity payments began in 2008<br />6<br />
  7. 7. Round 1 Sampling<br />Stratification Variables<br />End use: HVAC, Lighting, Other<br />Type: Retrofit, MOP/NC<br />Size: Large, Medium, Small<br />“Real Time” Measure Sampling<br />Retrofit projects<br />No metering planned by program<br />Evaluation team pre/post metering<br />7<br />
  8. 8. Real Time Sampling Redux<br />Dynamic Sample Frame<br />Size threshold established before population known<br />Project tracking and reporting issues<br />Timing – projects completed prior to sampling<br />Customer issues<br />7 of 23 sampled projects completed<br />8<br />
  9. 9. Project Verification<br />M&V Plans developed for each project<br />All IPMVP Options used<br />Option A (Partially measured) typically for lighting <br />Option B (Metered equipment) HVAC, refrigeration, compressed air, etc.<br />Option C (Whole facility) 15 minute interval data, large  kW, consistent measure performance<br />Option D (Calibrated Modeling) New Construction<br />Excellent customer participation<br />9<br />
  10. 10. Project Approach<br />Scheduling<br />10<br /><ul><li>Safety</li></li></ul><li>Project M&V<br />Metering Equipment<br />Seasonality of Weather<br />Temperature<br />Daylight<br />Regressions/Schedules<br />11<br />
  11. 11. TYPE<br />SIZE<br />END USE<br />12<br />
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  13. 13. Conclusions<br />+ 80/10 Confidence/Precision<br />Level of rigor essential for ensuring reliability<br />High degree of planning and flexibility required<br />Real time sampling infeasible<br />Benefits have broad potential<br />IRP<br />T&D Constraints <br />14<br />

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