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  • Emerging Markets & Technology Demand Response Projects

    Semi-Annual Report: Q1Q2 2016

    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)

    September 2016

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

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

    3. Projects CompletedQ1 Q2 2016 ............................................................................................................................... ......................5

    DR12.20 Evaluation of Permanent Load Shift Solutions for Integrated Demand Side Management.......................................5

    4. Projects ContinuedQ1Q22016 ............................................................................................................................... .......................5

    DR12.16 Field Testing of Commercial Variable Heat Pump Systems............................................................................................5

    DR12.17 Field Testing of Climate AppropriateAir Conditioning Systems ......................................................................................6

    DR12.21 Field Testing ofDR Ready End UseDevices........................................................................................................................7

    DR12.40 Field Testing ofOccupancy BasedGuest RoomControls..................................................................................................8

    DR13.05DemonstratingGrid Integrationof ZNECommunities.......................................................................................................9

    DR13.07EPRI EB III B HVAC&Refrigeration SystemsUsingAdvancedRefrigerants...10

    DR14.01DeepRetrofits in Low IncomeMulti FamilyHousing.......................................................................................................12

    DR14.02ZNERetrofit Commercial Training Facility..........................................................................................................................13

    DR14.07ConditionedCrawl Space (CCS) ...........................................................................................................................................14

    DR13.06EPRI EB III A Variable Capacity SpaceConditioning Systems for Residential................................................................15

    DR13.08EPRI EB III D AdvancedEnergy Efficiency andDemandResponseConcepts inData Centers...................................16

    DR15.09 IntegratedCampus Energy Storage Project CSUF............................................................................................................17

    DR15.13Commercial/Industrial AutomatedDemandResponseUsing Stationary Battery Storage..........................................18

    DR15.14Real Estate/Transportation Proof of Concept Study.........................................................................................................19

    DR15.15UCDeepEnergy Efficiency Project Study...........................................................................................................................20

    DR15.16ElectricWaterHeater Study.................................................................................................................................................21

    DR15.17UniversityDataAnalytics Study...........................................................................................................................................22

    DR15.18Wastewater Treatment PlantDemandResponse.23

    DR15.21 LINCHousing LowIncomeMulti Family ZNENewConstruction...24

    DR15.23EPIC PON14 309Building aClimate ChangeResilient Electrical System........................................................................25

    5. Projects Initiated Q1Q22016..........................................................................................................................................................26

    6. Budget............................................................................................................................... ....................................................................27

    7. SCEs Third Party Collaborative DR Stakeholders.............................................................................................................................28

  • Acronyms AC Air conditioningACEEE American Council for an Energy Efficient EconomyADR Automated demand response (also seen as Auto DR)AHRI Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration InstituteAMI Advancedmetering infrastructureARRA American Recovery &Reinvestment ActASHRAE American Society of Heating and Air Conditioning EngineersAT Advanced TechnologyBAN Building area networkBCD Business Customer DivisionBESS Battery energy storage systemBOD BiochemicalOxygenDemandBEMS Building energymanagement systemCALTCP California Lighting Contractors Training ProgramCAISO California Independent System OperatorCASE Codes and Standards EnhancementCCS Conditioned Crawl SpaceCEC California Energy CommissionCEE Consortium for Energy EfficiencyCES community energy storageC&S Codes and StandardsCS Customer ServiceCSI Customer Solar InitiativeCPUC California Public Utilities CommissionCZ Climate ZoneD DecisionDOE Department of EnergyDR Demand responseDRAS Demand response automated serverDRMEC DemandResponse Measurement and Evaluation CommitteeDRMS Demand responsemanagement system

    DRPP Demand Response Partnership ProgramDRRC DemandResponse ResearchCenterDSM Demand SideManagementEDF Environmental Defense FundEE Energy efficiencyEEC Energy Education CenterEM&T EmergingMarkets & TechnologyEPA Environmental Protection AgencyEPRI Electric Power Research InstituteETCC Emerging Technologies Coordinating CouncilEVTC Electric Vehicle Test CenterFDD Fault detection and diagnostics

    HAN Home area network

  • HVAC Heating, ventilation, and air conditioningIALD International Association of Lighting DesignersIDSM IntegratedDemand SideManagementIESNA Illuminating Engineering Society of North AmericaIOU Investor owned utilityISGD Irvine Smart Grid DemonstrationkW KilowattkWh Kilowatt hourLBNL Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryLEED Leadership in Energy and Environmental DesignLIMF Low Income MultifamilyMF MultifamilyMSO Meter Services OrganizationMW MegawattNEEA Northwest Energy EfficiencyAllianceNPDL New Products Development& LaunchNREL National Renewables Energy LaboratoryNYSERDA New York State Energy Research and Development AuthorityOCST Occupant controlled smart thermostatOP Ordering ParagraphOpenADR Open Automated Demand ResponsePC Personal computerPCT Programmable communicating thermostatPLMA Peak Load Management AlliancePLS Permanent load shiftPTR Peak Time RebateQI/QM Quality Installation/QualityMaintenanceRESU Residential energy storage unitRSO Revenue Services OrganizationRFI Request for InformationSCE Southern California Edison CompanySGIP Self Generation Incentive Program

    SONGS San Onofre Nuclear Generating StationTES Thermal energy systemTOU Time of UseTTC Technology Test CentersUC University of CaliforniaUSGBC U.S. Green Building CouncilVCHP Variable capacity system heat pumpUL Underwriters LaboratoriesVRF Variable refrigerant flowZNE Zero net energy

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    1. Background

    The EmergingMarkets& TechnologyDemandResponse (DR) Projects Semi Annual Report:Q1Q2 2016is provided in compliance withOrdering Paragraph (OP) 59 of the California Public Utilities Commission(CPUC) Demand Response Decision (D.) 12 04 0451dated April 30, 2012. TheDecisiondirected SouthernCalifornia Edison Company (SCE) to submit a semi annual report regarding its DREmerging Technologyprojects byMarch 31and September 30 of each year.

    Prior toD.12 04 045, the EmergingMarketsandTechnologyReportwas submitted annuallyconsistent with OP 14 ofCPUCD.09 08 027. In that decision, SCEwas ordered toprovide reports onthe previous years EmergingMarkets and Technology (EM&T) activities to the director of theCommissions Energy Division, and provide copies to themost recent service list in this proceeding.

    2. Summary

    Tohelp realize the benefits of DRgreater grid security, modernization of the grid, and improveduse of generating resources, including distributed resourcesthe EM&T program at SCE developsand delivers emerging, technology driven DR initiatives, projects, and studies that facilitatecustomer acceptance of cost effective DR and promote behavioral change. The EM&T programalsoworks to enable customer participation in SCEs DR programs byproviding input to the Codesand Standards (C&S) program, which draws on research into customer preferences and themarketpotential for DR.

    This report on SCEs EM&T Program activities over the first half of 2016 is submitted asdirected inD.12 04 045, cited above.

    SCEworks closely with industry groups, academic institutions, and other utilities to develop avisionfor DR, identify technologies that can be leveraged for DR, and establish standards forinteroperability ofDR technologies. EM&T employees from each of the California investor ownedutilities (IOUs) meet periodically to coordinate, collaborate, and share results from each IOUsportfolio of EM&T projects. In addition, to further institutionalize and expand DR in California, SCE isinvolved in ongoing collaborations and research with

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