Multiyear Facility Planning

The passage of California Senate Bill (SB) 350, the adoption of a 10‐year rolling energy efficiency portfolio, and the increased difficulty of achieving cost‐effective energy savings through traditional utility programs are challenging utilities to develop approaches that provide deeper savings. Serving utility customers through a multiyear facility planning (MFP) approach can open new energy efficiency opportunities and help utilities achieve their energy efficiency goals. The Alliance set out to identify key opportunities to utilize MFP approaches to optimize customer relationships and achieve long‐term, cost‐effective energy savings. This resulting report also provides an overview of the MFP engagement approach, insights into the practices for applying MFP to lodging sub‐segments, and lessons learned from current utility programs.

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