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Commercial Kitchens: Non-federally regulated equipment: all high efficiency, AND/OR Water-savings measures, AND/OR Electrification

For example, electrification of new commercial kitchens that require no natural gas or propane appliances or improving the efficiency of eligible equipment

  • Water savings in addition to energy
  • Potential for significant GHG emissions reductions
  • Resistance to electrifying cooking equipment
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Elevators: Require upgrade by “Date-Certain”, a date specified in the policy OR renovations OR upon major maintenance activities

Upgrade elevators in existing buildings to meet or exceed current Title 24, Part 6 requirements for lighting power density, ventilation fan power performance and shutoff controls

  • Reduce energy consumption when not in use
  • Controls are common retrofit measures
  • Typically not a large energy end-use, and not high priority
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Escalators: Require upgrade by “Date-Certain”, a date specified in the policy OR renovations OR upon major maintenance activities

Upgrade escalators in existing buildings to meet current Title 24, Part 6 requirements for minimum speed control when not conveying passengers

  • Reduce energy consumption when not in use
  • Limited applicability
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Controlled Environment Horticulture: Efficient lighting and HVAC technologies and controls

LED lighting systems reduce energy use and the amount of heat generated, also reducing the energy required to cool the facility

  • Growing industry with significant energy savings and GHG emissions reductions potential
  • Owner resistance to changes that could impact crop
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