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This subcommittee is intended to support analysis of connected thermostat measures. The RTF currently has Planning UES measures for Residential and Commercial Connected Thermostats. The Commercial Connected Thermostats UES measure was approved at the March 2018 RTF meeting. Both measures are linked below. 

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Connected Thermostat Measure ScopingReview Previous Responses to this Discussion Feedback Previous Discussion: Commercial Connected Thermostat Measure Life

RTF Contract Analysts were previously developing a UES for commercial connected thermostats, and turned to the subcommittee for guidance on several issues. The purpose of this discussion thread was to obtain guidance on the handling of measure life in one version of the commercial connected thermostat measure expected for proposal at the March RTF meeting.  For a brief overview of this discussion see slides 24-28 of the  RTF midpoint check-in presentation .  

Previous Discussion: Measure Specification

Previously, the RTF asked staff/Contract Analyst Team (CAT) to develop a measure for connected thermostats in commercial buildings, for which the CAT sought additional direction on measure specifications at October RTF meeting . This thread is a continuation of that discussion, posted with the primary objective of obtaining feedback on the type(s) of RTF Commercial Connected T-stat measure(s) that would be useful to the region.

Review Subcommittee Feedback Have questions? Please get in touch. Jennifer LightRTF Manager/Chair 503-222-5161 jlight@nwcouncil.org Josh RushtonRTF Contract Analyst josh@rushtonanalytics.com Archives ELCAP Conservation achievements An advisory committee of: Northwest Power & Conservation Council ©2020 Regional Technical Forum. All Rights Reserved.
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