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Committee Activity
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Note: Member and registrant counts are separate, not cumulative
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Serve the WHPA members and people interested in the WHPA
Content weighted toward WHPA information, rather than the
broad world of HVAC and of energy efficiency. Must be a
link to the WHPA.
Better to be focused than cover everything. Our stats are
great because of that.
70 visits early on; now between 1,200 and 1,500 per month!
Website evolved from just showing docs to minutes & work
products, utility programs, pertinent industry news, and
more.
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70 visits per month in at the beginning; now between 1,200
and 1,500 visits per month!
◦ Jan. - July 2014 – 9,459 visits
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Website evolved from just posting documents to a WHPA
information reposition of more than 100 pages with news,
popular links, a calendar that is actively accessed
◦ More than 1,000 unique documents
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Excellent vehicle for sharing information among interested
parties.
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One reason for increased website traffic is that Committee
and Working Group volunteers use the site to store and
reference documents.
Because more members and “searchers” visit,
the site has become more effective as a tool
such as unveiling utility programs, drawing
attention to regulatory proceedings, etc.
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Highest six month website activity ever- 9,459 visits
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2:46 average time on site per visit – phenomenal!
◦ 26,000 minutes - total “eyeball” time on site 1H2014
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Major project to reorganize and enhance content on all 19
committee and working group pages – completed in June
◦ Clearly IDs Strategic Plan and 2014 SMART Goal linkage
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Website is the delivery vehicle for 2014 SMART Goal #5 by
Regulatory / Policy Notification Working Group
http://performancealliance.org/RegulatoryPolicyActivityandResources/tabid/451/Default.
aspx
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Webpage
Visits
Visitors
1,017
643
629
577
157
73
113
107
Whole Building Education Committee
568
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Workforce Education & Training
560
79
Compliance
533
115
Residential QI
515
77
Council of Advisors
504
81
Climate Optimized
496
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Commercial QM Committee
Standard 180 WG
Executive Committee
Fault Detection and Diagnostics Group
May 2014 – July 2014
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Crazy Egg is a Heatmapping tool that shows where people
click. It is unbiased data that shows us what’s popular and
what isn’t.
The scrollmap gives more visibility to things we want people
to see.
Committee and Work Products moved to homepage based on
data.
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Pull Marketing (website) vs. Push Marketing (newsletter)
Sent to 700 WHPA Contacts
You are always welcome to submit ideas for the newsletter
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Newsletter and E-Blast Statistics
Date
Newsletter
Recipients
Open
Rate
Click
Rate
Unsubscribed
Marked as
“Junk”
June 2014
Q3 Newsletter
706
20%
4%
3
1
Apr. 2014
Q2 Newsletter
718
24%
8%
0
0
Feb. 2014
CPUC Letter
261
31%
16%
0
0
Jan. 2014
Q1 Newsletter
694
25%
9%
1
0
Oct. 2013
Q3 Newsletter
689
16%
2%
0
0
Oct. 2013
DEER Letter
226
38%
6%
0
0
June 2013
Q2 Newsletter
575
20%
2%
0
0
June 2013
June Workshops
558
22%
4%
0
0
Mar. 2013
Q1 Newsletter
566
23%
7%
0
0
Dec. 2012
Q4 Newsletter
450
25%
5%
0
0
Nov. 2012
Public Forum Letter
450
25%
6%
2
0
Oct. 2012
Q3 Newsletter
445
22%
2%
0
0
Aug. 2012
Q2 Newsletter
437
26%
8%
1
0
Jan. 2012
Q1 Newsletter
414
34%
12%
0
0
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Membership Activity
Communications
Committee Activity
Accomplishments
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Q3 2011 – Q3* 2014
*Aug. and Sep. 2014 hours forecasted
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• Held 3 meetings
• Appointed Committee Chairs
• Bob Barks (Compliance)
• Mike O’Halloran (Regulatory/IOU Notification & Feedback WG)
• Approved Work Products
• Whole Building Education Roadmap (April 2014)
• CQM Standard 180 Maintenance Task Working Group
(June 2014)
• Triggered Re-activation of ASHRAE Standard 180
Committee @ their summer meetings
• Reviewed 2014 SMART Goal Progress, report
• Heard California Technical Forum Introduction, received
“Request for Qualifications”
• Heard California Energy Efficiency Industry Council intro
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• Will need to approve Committee Chairs
• HVAC Energy Savings & DEER
• Planning 2014 In-person Meetings
• Executive, COA, Chairs
• November 4-5, 2014
• San Francisco Green Space
• 657 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA
• Parc55 Wyndham Hotel – Union Square
• WHPA-negotiated rate
• Begin Implementation of WBE Roadmap Elements
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• Met once in conjunction with May EC meeting
• Heard WHPA Q1 2014 Report jointly w/ EC plus
introduction of CEEIC
• In Search of New Chair
• Planning 2014 In-person Meetings
• Review draft content from PRWG for SP 2.0
recommendations in conjunction with Committee Chairs
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• Held 2 meetings
• Finalized work-plan for developing recommendations to
CPUC ED on California Long Term Energy Efficiency
Strategic Plan (SP 2.0)
• Completed SP 1.0 Goals, compared to proposed SP 2.0
framework (“bucketing exercise”)
• Begun drafting recommendations; tentatively scheduled for
release to larger audience (COA, Chairs) in
August/September 2014, subsequently present to EC
• First topic area to be HVAC in Whole Buildings
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• Held 2 meetings
• Identified new Chair to replace Tom Garcia; Bob Barks will
transition into leadership July/August
• Provided input to CPUC Research Roadmap
• HVAC Permit & Compliance Study Preliminary Results
• Market Assessment
• Reviewed Title 24 2016 measures developed by SW IOU
CASE Team
• Reviewed “Green It Forward” Imperial Valley pilot program
for automated permitting (pilot complete, ready for more
jurisdiction participation)
• Agreed to develop white paper exploring costs,
implications of measures intended to improve compliance
(such as equipment serial number tracking)
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• Held 3 meetings
• Regularly hears reports from IOU CQM Program Managers/
Program Implementers who share details of program
specifics; gather immediate industry feedback to inform
design/implementation
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SCE – Quality Renovation launch
PG&E – Expanded quality control in programs
SDG&E – Variable Speed Compressor measure
Participation in partial measures without full CQM
commitment
• Approved CQM Standard 180 Maintenance Task WG Report
on ANSI/ASHRAE/ACCA Standard 180 (Table 5-22)
• Reviewed PG&E San Ramon Technology Center ongoing
research project measuring CQM on RTUs
• QM service produced measurable performance gains
• Planning joint meeting with FDD Committee
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• Held 11 meetings (weekly since March 2013)
• Finalized detailed report of ANSI/ASHRAE/ACCA Standard
180 Required Inspection & Maintenance Tasks, Table 5-22
• Immediately began detailed review of Task “n” from Table
5-22 [Refrigerant cycle performance – charge and airflow]
• Defining “acceptable performance”
• No mention of airflow in Standard 180
• Added airflow expertise, focus on internal/external
static pressure
• Identified practice of placing adhesive sticker on RTUs
w/ specific system performance measurements for
future reference (FDD / T24 CASE)
• @ System Commissioning or Initial Inspection
• Benchmark vs. “As Found” conditions
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• Held 3 meetings
• Developing recommendations to amend ANSI/ASHRAE/ACCA
Standard 180 Section 4 “Implementation”
• Clarify terminology used (e.g., equipment inventory,
maintenance plan, maintenance program)
• Outline maintenance plan/agreement based on standard
• Identify barriers to market adoption; suggest solutions
• Develop value proposition for standards-based
maintenance programs
• Will submit draft report through CQM Committee to EC, to be
provided to re-activated ASHRAE committee to inform
standard revisions, development of User Guide
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• Chair Rob Falke personally recruiting committee members
• Staff assisting with background information (prior committee
work, SMART Goal integration, working brief dissemination),
committee recruiting
• Potential goals (SMART Goal 3 alignment)
• “Installed efficiency” measures
• Consideration of “self-verification” for QI
• Practical guidelines for contractors/technicians to
improve baseline for installation practices
• Other Chair commitments prevented meeting startup in June,
will launch late August
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• Held 3 meetings
• Heard ED presentations on 3 research projects, provided
immediate feedback to consultants
• Impact Evaluation of RQI Programs
• Impact Evaluation of Deemed Measures
• Market Assessment – Existing HVAC, Building Permit and
Title 24 Compliance
• Considered overview of Title 24 2013 code changes, impacts
from Sierra Building Sciences’ Russ King
• Reviewing SCE Workpaper on RQI
• Original developed in 2009
• Refresh assumptions, data points used
• Outreach to Cal TF for possible review
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• Chair Erik Emblem on medical leave; appointed Vice Chair
Daniel Jones, Working Group Chair Barbara Hernesman
• Held 1 meeting of full committee, 3 meetings of Sales
Training Working Group
• Reviewed SMART Goal 6 and WE&T Sales Force & Service
Working Group Gaps Report
• Developing specific steps to implement:
• Sales Training Resource Clearinghouse
• Vetting criteria, review process to be included
• Sales, business management, marketing foci
• Energy Efficiency Software Tools Clearinghouse
• Hosting HVAC/EE Sales Trainer Teleconference
• Coordinating complementary efforts with Sector Strategy
Committees (teleconference):
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• Held 1 meeting (member-supported)
• Focused on top priority of EC-approved WBE Roadmap
• Cataloging, evaluating and enhancing
competencies for both entry-level and experienced
HVAC industry professionals
• Staff analyzing many recommendations from WBE
Roadmap specifying EC as “owner”
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• Held no meetings (member-supported)
• Chair potentially in flux; future of committee uncertain
– yet new registrants still interested!!
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• Held 3 meetings (+ several member-supported)
• Developed 2014 goals and objectives in response to
EC resource allocation process
• Reviewed 2016 T24 FDD initiatives; provided feedback
to IOU CASE team for proposed measures
• Heard presentation of Purdue University (SCE/PECI)
final report concerning FDD in-field protocols
• Fault Detection = Pretty Good!
• Diagnostics = Needs Improvement
• Future discussions include defining what constitutes a
“fault” or condition worthy of notification
• July meeting cancelled due to many committee
participants speaking at Purdue University workshop
“Automated FDD – Moving from R&D to
Commercialization”
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• Held 3 meetings
• Shift from Nina Perez (SCE) to Jake Huttner (SCE) as
lead for SW IOU WE&T team
• Reviewed proposed 5-part strategy from SW IOU WE&T
team, focus for committee on
• Develop/disseminate training based on Standard
180 User Guide
• HVAC & EE Sales Training (HVAC WE&T Comm)
• SDG&E and SoCalGas additional support to accelerate
SMART Goal 6; sales trainer teleconference in July 2014
• Discussed recently-released Donald Vial Center (UC
Berkeley) report “Workforce Issues and Energy
Efficiency Programs”
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• Chair being recruited by staff, EC Co-Chair
• Staff-developed draft goals/objectives for 2014
• Coordinate energy savings & DEER-related
activities across WHPA committees/working groups
• Participate in DEER Update process(es)
• Directly and as liaison to other comm/wg
• Develop educational webinars re: DEER, update
• Assess existing/latest body of research related to
energy savings
• Anticipate EC review/approval of Chair in August
• Anticipate meetings begin late August
• Consideration of webinar earlier related to research
input/feedback processes (SMART Goals 3 & 4)
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Held 3 meetings
EC approved Mike O’Halloran as Chair
Reviewed SMART Goal language, intent
Determined scope of deliverables within existing
budget
• Reviewed other regulatory/policy websites, identifying
desired information, characteristics
• Reviewed staff-generated draft WHPA webpages that
fulfill SG deliverables
• Identified additional desired staff resourcing for WHPA
members to access with questions after perusing
webpages
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• ASHRAE Summer Meetings full of WHPA-related activities
• Re-activation of Standard 180 Committee
• Begin revising standard
• Approve development of User Guide
• Formation of Multi-Task Group (MTG)
• Cross-cutting numerous technical committees
• Resource to California-based groups (WHPA Energy
Savings & DEER Committee)
• Seek necessary approvals for additional WHPA
spokesperson
• Disseminated PG&E Permitting Study; directed feedback
• Disseminated CPUC invitation to participate in Commercial
Saturation Study presentation
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