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This measure is set to planning as there is currently insufficient research to specify actual savings mechanisms. Building from the RTF research strategy adopted with the measure in 2016, NEEA will be conducting the research necessary for this to become a proven measure.  

WorkbookLatest Version Residential Connected Thermostats v1.3 File Residential Connected Thermostats v1.3 Error corrected around dollar year deflator. Increased cost-effectiveness for Direct Install measure applications. Date Apr 10, 2018Version number  1.3 Past Versions
version date document
1.2
Apr 5, 2017
File ResConnectedTstats_v1.2.xlsm
Updated tables and charts to accurately represent the error bounds around the savings estimate.
1.1
Jan 26, 2017
File ResConnectedTstats_v1.1.xlsm
QC review complete.
1.0
Nov 16, 2016
File ResConnectedTstats_v1.0.xlsm
Original measure workbook. Pre-QC.
Supporting Documents Research Strategy for Connected Thermostats File Research Strategy for Connected Thermostats MF Weatherization SEEM Workbook v2.2 File MF Weatherization SEEM Workbook v2.2 SF Existing HVAC/Weatherization SEEM runs (July 2015) File SF Existing HVAC/Weatherization SEEM runs (July 2015) MH Wx SEEM Runs (May 2015) File MH Wx SEEM Runs (May 2015) DecisionsLatest decisionDecision detailsDecided December 8, 2020 RTF Meeting: December 8, 2020 Extend Sunset Date

Extend the sunset date for the Residential Connected Thermostat measure to December 2021.

Decided November 19, 2019 RTF Meeting: November 19, 2019 Extend Sunset Date

Extend the sunset date for the Residential Connected Thermostats UES measure to December 31, 2020

Decided November 9, 2016 RTF Meeting: November 9, 2016 Approve measure analysis with direction for further researchApprove the Research Strategy for Connected Thermostats and Services as presentedApprove the UES analysis for Connected Thermostats with the following revisions:Update the % DIY installs in the retail measure to 90%Remove the Building Size measure identifierSet the measure Category to ‘Planning’Set the measure Status to ‘Active’Set the sunset date to November 30, 2019. Decided March 15, 2016 RTF Meeting: March 15, 2016 Allocate resources to measure development

Allocate resource to further scoping a web-enabled thermostat measure/impact evaluation guidance in parallel with residential behavior work. Allocate resource to participate in efficient pump system measure scoping discussions, and bring proposal to subcommittee when ready.

Small/rural checklistLatest Version January 2017 Residential Connected Thermostat Small/Rural Checklist File January 2017 Residential Connected Thermostat Small/Rural Checklist Corresponds with version 1.1 and 1.0 of the measure workbook. Date Jan 26, 2017Version number  1.0 Archives ELCAP Conservation achievements An advisory committee of: Northwest Power & Conservation Council ©2021 Regional Technical Forum. All Rights Reserved.
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