Pacific Gas and Electric

 

Newcomb Anderson McCormick has provided a wide range of program design, development, management and support to PG&E for many years, ranging from technical due diligence for individual projects receiving customized incentives, to the development and management of statewide energy efficiency partnership programs. This work has included:

  • Core Retrocommissioning Program - Played an instrumental role in the program’s design, development, and implementation, involving a wide range of facilities, including industrial, agricultural, and large commercial customers. NAM worked closely with PG&E staff on program design, development of program processes, policies and procedures, as well as performing the technical review of engineering deliverables. The program resulted in the development of over 500 projects, with over $3.95 million in paid incentives.

  • Third Party Energy Efficiency Programs - Performed technical review of submitted energy savings calculations, investigated measure implementation at customer project sites, and worked closely with Third Party providers to ensure that comprehensive documentation was provided to support energy savings claims.

  • Third Party Energy Efficiency Programs - Performed technical review of submitted energy savings calculations, investigated measure implementation at customer project sites, and worked closely with Third Party providers to ensure that comprehensive documentation was provided to support energy savings claims.

  • ASHRAE Level II Energy Efficiency Audits - Performed dozens of integrated energy efficiency audits for a wide variety of customers including the Gap, Mervyn’s, CBS Broadcasting, 425 Market, 555 Montgomery, Wildwater Adventure Park, US Pipe, Win Cup, Foster Farms, Eco-Shell, Mariani Packing, Chaminade, Children’s Discovery Museum, Trusco Tank, Zurn Industries, the Four Seasons Hotel, and CBS Broadcasting. These studies were conducted by Newcomb Anderson McCormick as part of a comprehensive effort to assist PG&E customers in controlling energy costs and protecting our environment by offering a full spectrum of energy management options. Systems typically addressed during the course of these audits included lighting technologies and controls, HVAC systems and controls, central energy management control system (EMS), and chillers.

Ashley Kang