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  • Emerging Markets & Technology Demand Response Projects

    Semi-Annual Report: Q3–Q4 2014

    Submitted in Compliance with D.12-04-045 Decision Adopting Demand Response

    Activities and Budgets for 2012 through 2014

    Prepared by

    Southern California Edison Company (U-338-E)

    March 2015

  • Table of Contents 1. Background...........................................................................................................................................................................................1

    2. Summary...............................................................................................................................................................................................1

    3. ProjectsCompletedQ3–Q42014 .....................................................................................................................................................4

    DR10.16 Smart Appliances................................................................................................................................................................4

    DR12.18Analysis ofNext GenerationHome/Building EnergyManagement Systems.............................................................5

    DR13.12C&S for Residential DRThermostats.................................................................................................................................6

    DR14.03 Third Party ProgrammableCommunicating Thermostat Study...................................................................................7

    DR13.02 DemandResponseandPermanent Load Shift: A Scoping Study to Review Standards and Activities that Impact California..................................................................................................................................................9

    DR12.30 Smart EnergyProfile Ancillary ServicesGateway..........................................................................................................10

    DR12.03.02 Lighting Professional Certification TrainingProgram..............................................................................................11

    DR12.07DemandResponsePartnershipProgram ......................................................................................................................13

    4. ProjectsContinuedQ3–Q42014 ....................................................................................................................................................14

    DR09.02HomeBatteryPilot at Irvine SmartGridDemonstration.............................................................................................14

    DR09.08 Expanding Residential DR in the Irvine SmartGridDemonstration...........................................................................15

    DR12.01DemandResponseOpportunitieswith a Permanent Load Shift System..........................................................16

    DR12.08DRPool Pumps...................................................................................................................................................................17

    DR12.16 Field Testingof Commercial VariableHeatPumpSystems.........................................................................................18

    DR12.17 Field Testingof Climate AppropriateAir Conditioning Systems.................................................................................19

    DR12.19 Field TestingofNetworkedSystems for Fault Detection andDiagnostics................................................................20

    DR12.20 Evaluationof Permanent Load Shift Solutions for IntegratedDemand SideManagement ..................................21

    DR12.21 Field TestingofDR Ready End UseDevices...................................................................................................................22

    DR12.25Ancillary Services Pumping Equipment..........................................................................................................................23

    DR12.28DRPool PumpStudy .........................................................................................................................................................24

    DR12.40 Field TestingofOccupancy BasedGuest RoomControls............................................................................................25

    DR13.01 ENERGYSTAR“Connected” Specifications for Residential Products.........................................................................26

    5. Projects InitiatedQ3–Q42014.........................................................................................................................................................30

    DR13.06 EPRI EB III A Variable Capacity SpaceConditioning Systems for Residential...........................................................30

    DR13.07 EPRI EB III B –HVAC&RefrigerationSystemsUsingAdvancedRefrigerants ...........................................................31

    DR13.08 EPRI EB III D –AdvancedEnergy Efficiency andDemandResponseConcepts inDataCenters.............................32

    DR13.09 EPRI EB III E –DR ReadyConsumer Products................................................................................................................33

    DR14.01DeepRetrofits in Low IncomeMulti FamilyHousing...................................................................................................34

    DR14.05DRVHFPool PumpStudy................................................................................................................................................35

  • DR14.07ConditionedCrawl Space (CCS) .......................................................................................................................................36

    6. Budget.................................................................................................................................................................................................37

    7. SCE’s Third Party CollaborativeDRStakeholders..........................................................................................................................38

  • Acronyms AC air conditioning ACEEE American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy ADR automated demand response (also seen as Auto DR) AHRI Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute AMI advanced metering infrastructure ARRA AmericanRecovery&ReinvestmentAct ASHRAE American Society of Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers AT Advanced Technology BAN building area network BCD Business Customer Division BESS battery energy storage system BEMS building energymanagement system CALTCP California Lighting Contractors Training Program CAISO California Independent System Operator CASE Codes and Standards Enhancement CEC California Energy Commission CEE Consortium for Energy Efficiency CES community energy storage C&S Codes and Standards CS Customer Service CPUC California Public Utilities Commission D Decision DOE Department of Energy DR demand response DRAS demand response automated server DRMEC Demand ResponseMeasurement and Evaluation Committee DRMS demand response management system DRPP Demand Response Partnership Program DRRC Demand Response Research Center DSM Demand Side Management EDF Environmental Defense Fund EE energy efficiency EEC Energy EducationCenter EM&T Emerging Markets & Technology EPA Environmental Protection Agency EPRI Electric Power Research Institute ETCC Emerging Technologies Coordinating Council EVTC Electric Vehicle Test Center FDD fault detection and diagnostics HAN home area network HVAC heating, ventilation, and air conditioning IALD International Association of Lighting Designers

  • IDSM Integrated Demand Side Management IESNA Illuminating Engineering Society of North America IOU investor owned utility ISDG Irvine Smart Grid Demonstration kW kilowatt kWh kilowatt hour LBNL Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory LEED Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design MSO Meter Services Organization MW megawatt NEEA Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance NPDL New Products Development & Launch NYSERDA New York State Energy Research and Development Authority OCST occupant controlled smart thermostat OP Ordering Paragraph OpenADR Open Automated Demand Response PCT programmable communicating thermostat PLMA Peak Load Management Alliance PLS Permanent load shift PTR Peak Time Rebate QI/QM Quality Installation/Quality Maintenance RESU residential energy storage unit RFI Request for Information SCE Southern California Edison Company SONGS San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station TES thermal energy system TOU Time of Use TTC Technology Test Centers USGBC U.S. Green Building Council VCHP variable capacity system heat pump UL Underwriters Laboratories VRF variable refrigerant flow ZNE zero net energy

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    1. Background

    The EmergingMarkets&TechnologyDemandResponse (DR) Projects Semi Annual Report:Q3–Q4 2014 is provided in compliancewithOrderingParagraph (OP) 59of theCalifornia PublicUtilities Commission (CPUC)DemandResponseDecision (D.) 12 04 045,1 datedApril 30, 2012. TheDecision directed SouthernCalifornia EdisonCompany (SCE) to submit a semi annual report regarding itsDR Emerging Technology projects byMarch31 and September 30of each year.

    Prior toD.12 04 045, the EmergingMarkets and TechnologyReportwas submitted annually consistentwithOP14of CPUCD.09 08 027. In that decision, SCEwasordered toprovide reports on theprevious year’s EmergingMarkets andTechnology (EM&T) ac

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