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2011 | Small business customers comprise a market sector that is notoriously difficult to reach for energy-efficiency programs. Commonly accepted barriers for greater participation include small business customers' limited time, inadequate knowledge of energy efficiency and restricted capital...

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2010 | Claire Cowan and Scott Schuetter present results from this analysis conducted on behalf of ASHRAE. The assessment focuses on the guides for small office buildings, small retail buildings, K-12 schools, and small warehouse/self storage facilities. Also see the evaluation of the design...

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2010 | This ACEEE paper discusses best practices and lessons learned through the production of online courses that integrate industry expertise with effective teaching methods. (Authors: Andrea Minniear Cherney and Kathryn Schiedermayer)

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2010 | This ACEEE paper discusses best practices and lessons learned through the production of online courses that integrate industry expertise with effective teaching methods. (Authors: Andrea Minniear Cherney and Kathryn Schiedermayer)

report
2010 | Ten Wisconsin communities have completed plans for meeting 25 percent of their energy usage from renewable sources by 2025. This is the project's first year. Results from the 2010 pilot are available in report number 260-1.

paper
2010 | This ACEEE paper presents the results of a comprehensive study of residential plug-in devices in Minnesota. The greatest plug load opportunity—and the easiest to implement—lies in enabling computer power management on existing desktop computers. (Authors: Scott Pigg, Ingo Bensch,...

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2010 | Education and training is essential in transforming the market to use energy efficient technologies and practices. While incentives can motivate and marketing can raise awareness, training bridges the gap between theory and practice. ComEd has developed an integrated approach to support...

paper
2010 | This ACEEE paper presents the results of an assessment of the electricity savings from such a device (BlueLine Innovation's PowerCost Monitor (PCM)), and shows that savings are dependent upon individual household behavior. (Authors: Andy Mendyk, Steve Kihm, and Scott Pigg)

report
2010 | This analysis, conducted on behalf of ASHRAE, focuses on the guides for small office buildings, small retail buildings, K-12 schools, and small warehouse/self storage facilities. Also see the presentation of final results.

report
2010 | If consumers are given immediate feedback on their electricity consumption, will they make changes that reduce their consumption? That was the primary question the Energy Center of Wisconsin sought to answer for Focus on Energy through a study of the PowerCost Monitor™ feedback device.

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