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1997 | Reports on a study ordered by the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin in 1996 to to determine the best way to implement a cost-effective industrial DSM program that is statewide, or at least coordinated among the utilities, with a focus on saving process energy.

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1997 | Presents the first year's data in a multiyear effort to track furnace and air conditioner sales by gathering information from HVAC contractors. Shows regional market shares of high efficiency equipment in 1996.

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1997 | Report describes the programs that help low-income people in Wisconsin meet their needs for energy and housing and establishes a baseline of products, services, and practices. Also assesses the opportunity for integrating energy services with low-income housing programs.

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1996 | This study assesses the market potential for new heat pump technologies in Wisconsin, based on qualitative information collected from utilities, heating and cooling contractors, equipment dealers, manufacturers, and builders. The study reports how a variety of people and organizations view...

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1996 | Study establishes a baseline of energy efficiency attitudes and practices among Wisconsin's insulation contractors. Based on interviews with 44 contractors in five areas of Wisconsin.

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1996 | Study establishes a baseline of energy efficiency attitudes and practices among Wisconsin's HVAC contractors. Based on interviews with 95 HVAC contractors in five areas of Wisconsin.

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1996 | Study establishes a baseline of energy efficiency attitudes and practices among Wisconsin's building and remodelling contractors. Based on interviews with 100 contractors in five areas of Wisconsin.

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1996 | Three Wisconsin symposiums explored the needs of low-income utility customers, funding and organizational changes in low-income energy services programs, and future initiatives for low-income energy services. Proceedings document commentary and discussion among representatives from electric...

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1996 | This study used a computer model to estimate space-heating loads in Wisconsin homes. Researchers estimated electricity and gas consumption patterns for homes in some Wisconsin utility service territories, showing how factors such as insulation, thermostat settings, house size, and location...

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1995 | A study of public opinion on electric utility services and restructuring of the electric utility industry in Wisconsin. The study was based on focus group research and involved 156 residential, commercial, and industrial participants from rural areas, small towns, and urban areas.

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