Incorporating Energy Efficiency/Renewable Energy in State and Tribal Implementation Plans
Understanding the potential energy savings and emissions impacts of your jurisdictions energy efficiency/renewable energy (EE/RE) policies and programs is an important first step to determining whether the EE/RE strategies have the potential to provide an appreciable emissions benefit for a State or Tribal Implementation Plan. To help with quantification, EPA is providing tools and information.
EPA is providing estimates of projected energy impacts from state-level EE/RE policies. More information.
EPA is also providing a draft spreadsheet-based tool, called the Power Plant Emissions Calculator (P-PEC), to assess the potential emissions benefits of EE policies and solar projects. Note that the version provided here is draft and has yet to be peer reviewed. The peer review will occur during the summer of 2012.
Request a Copy
To obtain a copy of the draft P-PEC, please complete the form below. EPA requests contact information to better support users and send correspondence when the tool is updated. Once the peer review is complete, EPA will release a final version of the tool. If you request a copy here, then you will receive an email with an updated version when it is available.
For more information, contact Robyn DeYoung.