California Measurement Advisory Council (CALMAC)

California has long been a leader in fielding energy efficiency programs, helping rank the state among the lowest in per capita energy use in the United States. These forward-looking programs have been thoroughly evaluated and reported. The independent evaluation reports offer an extensive body of useful and important knowledge that can benefit anyone – in both the public and private sectors – who is interested in the efficient use of energy. 
In this tradition, from 1998 through approximately 2005, CALMAC provided a forum for the development, implementation, presentation, discussion, and review of regional and statewide market assessment and evaluation (MA&E) studies for California energy efficiency and demand programs conducted using Public Goods Charge funds. CALMAC met on a relatively regular basis through 2007, and on an as needed basis until 2009. In 2009 the group became inactive as its role was replaced by other industry bodies. The minutes and presentations on this site are retained for historical perspective. In addition, this site continues to be the official CPUC repository of publicly-funded studies of energy efficiency programs and related issues.

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Sectors: Cross cutting, Renewables

Country / Region: Northern America, United States

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Knowledge Object: Web Resource