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HPC Comments on RESNET’s Proposed Data Access Policy
While HPC generally supports policy statements defined in bullets one, five, and six of RESNET’s Proposed Data Access Policy, we believe that this proposed data access policy overall is too restrictive and does sufficiently or comprehensively address the industry’s need for data on HERS rated homes. Therefore, instead of commenting on each point in the policy, HPC offers three general recommendations to inform the development of a more comprehensive data access policy.
HPC Responds to the Direct Testimony of Randall Short - West Virginia Public Service Commission
HPC believes that the economic conclusions presented in the Short Testimony cite no study or analysis that contradicts this generally accepted and recognized principle of energy supply and demand. Furthermore, Energy Efficiency/ Demand Response programs have been demonstrated in numerous state and national studies to be lowest cost, most predictable and most immediate method to reduce energy demand while at the same time creating local jobs and providing health and comfort benefits to consumers. All 50 states implement a suite of Energy Efficiency/Demand Response programs citing research supporting the economic case for demand response and energy efficiency.
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