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The RTF has convened multiple working groups to discuss issues related to measure development for ductless heat pumps in multiple applications. Below is information concerning specific DHP related topics that have been discussed through subcommittee involvement. 

Ductless Heat Pumps for New Construction

Background and Discussion Scope  – The purpose of this subcommittee is to provide feedback and guidance to staff on the development of a DHP for New Construction UES measure. This technical subcommittee will help to inform the baseline assumption and measure specification, as well as review related Research Strategy materials.

Related Meetings:  March 11, 2016   December 4, 2015

Ductless Heat Pump Supplemental Fuel Screen

Background and Discussion Scope –  At its November 2013 meeting, the RTF voted to convene a Ductless Heat Pump (DHP) Supplemental Fuel Screen Subcommittee. The subcommittee was formed to support RTF staff in defining a screen workable for programs that identifies separately participants with large amounts of supplemental fuel heating (low electric savings) and small amounts (or none) of supplemental fuel heating (high electric savings). The subcommittee will also help staff come up with a proposal to reliably estimate savings and costs/benefits for both groups of participants.Supplemental heating fuels are defined as any non-electric fuel sources used to supplement a home's electric resistance zonal heating system, including wood, pellets, propane, and oil.

The RTF assigned the following duties to the DHP Supplemental Fuel Screen Subcommittee at the time of its formation:

Identify workable screen(s) for all climate zones.Evaluate the implementation characteristics of each screen.Determine the reliability of companion UES(s) for each screen.Make a recommendation to the full RTF.

Related meetings:  February 12, 2014   December 10, 2013

Have questions? Please get in touch. Jennifer LightRTF Manager/Chair 503-222-5161 jlight@nwcouncil.org Archives ELCAP Conservation achievements An advisory committee of: Northwest Power & Conservation Council ©2020 Regional Technical Forum. All Rights Reserved. randomness
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