The Indiana Senate Enrolled Act 340 of 2014 rolled back mandated annual energy efficiency savings and eliminated joint, statewide delivery of several programs in favor of utility-specific program portfolios and goals based on utility integrated resource plans. Indianapolis Power & Light asked MCR to help build a robust tracking system capable of meeting reporting requirements and capturing information required for calculating lost sales.
Pennsylvania’s Act 129 required Duquesne Light Company to develop cost effective plans that will reduce electricity consumption across their service territory by 1 percent by 2011 and 3% by 2013. In order to meet these requirements Duquesne Light selected MCR to design and implement an energy efficiency plan.
Pennsylvania American Water was planning to invest over $100 million in infrastructure updates to improve its Pittsburgh area water system.
A large New England state, experiencing high growth for natural gas usage, recently passed legislation to significantly increase energy efficiency activity. For our client, the increased activity created a requirement to manage and report on a greater volume of program information. The company had been operating energy efficiency programs for decades using a variety of spreadsheet tools and a central database but this system was no longer viable. MCR worked with our client to define and implement a new program management and reporting system.
The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission issued an order requiring the formation of a Demand Side Management Coordination Committee (“DSMCC”) responsible for developing a portfolio of uniform statewide energy efficiency programs. The programs, known as the “Core” programs, were to be implemented by a single, third-party administrator and offered to all Indiana customers for the period 2015-2019. The DSMCC, a statewide stakeholder group of utilities and consumer advocates, selected MCR to help it develop the Core portfolio of programs.
Duquesne Light Company faced different options for implementing its portfolio of energy efficiency programs recently approved by the Pennsylvania PUC, but was apprehensive about turning over all of its customer relationships to third party contractors. MCR was asked to assist in identifying and managing key commercial and industrial customer projects.
The Cape Light Compact is a municipal aggregator that serves as the energy efficiency program administrator to the towns and counties of Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard. While successfully promoting and administering programs for over a decade, Cape Light Compact wanted to identify opportunities for increasing participation of commercial & industrial customers in its energy efficiency offerings.