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Aug. 16, 2022

Austin Water Monthly Report original pdf

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RMC Monthly Report July 2022 FY22 Water Conservation Division City of Austin | Austin Water Residential Program Participation, FY22 YTD FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22 300 s t i n U f o r e b m u N 200 100 253 200 171 153 163 122 119 89 108 69 66 61 13 15 11 8 + Rainscape 29 31 27 20 15 12 18 8 0 Watering Timer Irrigation Upgrade Irrigation Audits Drought Survival Tools WaterWise Landscape Rainwater Harvesting RMC Monthly Report – July 2022 02 Instant Savings Pilot, FY22 YTD Watering Timer 942 s t i n U f o r e b m u N 1,000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 570 531 330 73 Feb Mar Apr May June • Partnership with AE • $5 discount off Hose-end timers at local Home Depot • Participation more than double original forecast: 2,446 vs 1,000 RMC Monthly Report – July 2022 03 60 50 40 30 20 0 Commercial and Multifamily Program Participation, FY22 YTD FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22 54 10 8 11 1 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 3 2 1 1 Commercial Audit Commercial Process Rebates Commercial Kitchen Rebates Rainwater Harvesting RMC Monthly Report – July 2022 04 $450,000 $400,000 $350,000 $300,000 $ e v i t n e c n I $250,000 $200,000 $150,000 $100,000 $50,000 $0 Rebates and Incentives Budget, FY22 YTD FY22 Total Budget Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 $420,000 $245,000 $65,000 $63,373.16 $1,007.50 $- Commercial Commercial Multi-Family Multi-Family Residential Residential RMC Monthly Report – July 2022 05 Water Waste/Watering Restrictions Enforcement Activity, FY22 YTD Warnings Issued and 311 Reports 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 504 343 186 147 119 45 97 53 38 4 2 3 1 3 0 76 61 66 81 12 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Warnings 311 Reports July’s Drought Response Stage: Stage 1 RMC Monthly Report – July 2022 06 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0 Regulated Compliance Program Activity, July 2022 3237 377 181 32 256 44 Commercial Facility Irrigation Assessments Commercial Vehicle Wash Facility Efficiency Assessment Cooling Tower Efficiency Assessments Compliant Non-Compliant RMC Monthly Report – July 2022 07 d e h c a e R n o i t a u p o P l 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 Public Outreach Events, FY22 …

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Austin Water Monthly Report original pdf

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RMC Monthly Report May 2022 FY22 Water Conservation Division City of Austin | Austin Water Residential Program Participation, FY22 YTD FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22 1,000 986 s t i n U f o r e b m u N 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 253 200 153 136 108 69 66 32 12 15 8 29 20 31 23 Watering Timer Irrigation Upgrade Irrigation Audits Drought Survival Tools WaterWise Landscape Rainwater Harvesting 163 119 122 73 13 11 15 6 + Rainscape RMC Monthly Report – May 2022 02 60 50 40 30 20 0 Commercial and Multifamily Program Participation, FY22 YTD FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22 54 10 8 11 1 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 3 2 1 1 Commercial Audit Commercial Process Rebates Commercial Kitchen Rebates Rainwater Harvesting RMC Monthly Report – May 2022 03 $450,000 $400,000 $350,000 $300,000 $250,000 $200,000 $ e v i t n e c n I $150,000 $100,000 $50,000 $0 Rebates and Incentives Budget, FY22 YTD FY22 Total Budget Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 $420,000 $245,000 $65,000 $52,423.68 $1,007.50 $- Commercial Commercial Multi-Family Multi-Family Residential Residential RMC Monthly Report – May 2022 04 Water Waste/Watering Restrictions Enforcement Activity, FY22 YTD Warnings Issued and 311 Reports 119 97 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 45 53 38 76 61 66 2 3 4 Oct Nov Dec Jan 1 Feb 3 Mar 0 Apr Warnings 311 Reports May’s Drought Response Stage: Conservation Stage 81 12 May RMC Monthly Report – May 2022 05 Regulated Compliance Program Activity, May 2022 3460 4000 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0 382 181 32 246 51 Commercial Facility Irrigation Assessments Commercial Vehicle Wash Facility Efficiency Assessment Cooling Tower Efficiency Assessments Compliant Non-Compliant RMC Monthly Report – May 2022 06 Total Public Outreach Activity, FY22 YTD Number of Events FY21 FY22 Populations Reached FY21 FY22 6 3 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 3,000 2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0 1,560 605 Community Events School Presentations Community Events School Presentations 0 0 0 0 RMC Monthly Report – May 2022 07 Total Social Media Activity, FY22 YTD Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May s n o i t c a r e t n I f o r e b m u N 4,500,000 4,000,000 3,500,000 3,000,000 2,500,000 2,000,000 1,500,000 1,000,000 500,000 0 Facebook Twitter …

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Customer Energy Solutions FY22 Savings Report original pdf

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Energy Efficiency Services EES- Appliance Efficiency Program EES- Home Performance ES - Rebate EES- AE Weatherization & CAP Weatherization - D.I. * EES- School Based Education * EES- Strategic Partnership Between Utilities & Retailers * EES- Multifamily Rebates EES- Multifamily WX-D.I.+ EES- Commercial Rebate EES- Small Business Energy Efficiency TOTAL Demand Response (DR) - Annual Incremental DR- Power Partner DR- Load Coop Demand Response (DR) TOTAL Green Building GB- Residential Ratings GB- Residential Energy Code GB- Integrated Modeling Incentive GB- Multifamily Ratings GB- Multifamily Energy Code GB- Commercial Ratings GB- Commercial Energy Code Green Building TOTAL CES MW Savings Grand TOTAL Residential Totals Commercial Totals Customer Energy Solutions FY22 YTD MW Savings Report As of April 2022 Participant Type Participants To Date MWh To Date MW Goal 2.60 1.30 0.53 0.01 1.75 0.65 1.00 6.00 2.00 15.84 MW Goal 6.40 2.00 8.40 MW Goal 0.50 6.21 0.56 1.55 7.04 8.00 14.72 38.57 MW To Date 1.31 0.35 0.44 0.03 0.80 0.23 2.24 3.96 1.20 10.56 MW To Date 3.85 3.85 MW To Date 0.16 3.61 0.00 0.54 3.10 3.59 9.68 20.67 Percentage 51% 27% 84% 277% 46% 35% 224% 66% 60% Percentage 60% 0% Percentage 33% 58% 0% 35% 44% 45% 66% Customers Customers Customers Products Products Apartments Apartments Customers Customers Devices Customers Customers Customers Customers Dwellings Dwellings 1,000 sf 1,000 sf Participant Type Participants To Date MWh To Date Participant Type Participants To Date MWh To Date 2,476.26 496.19 714.26 196.92 3,862.46 514.79 4,507.82 4,621.53 2,909.00 20,299.23 0 0.00 262 4,718 0 984 7,889 7,996 26,141 47,990 Rebate Budget Spent to Date 611,045 645,478 1,582,778 55,882 346,502 173,348 1,891,578 863,315 576,974 6,746,900 $ 1,500,000 $ 1,300,000 $ 2,577,000 $ 200,000 $ 900,000 $ 900,000 $ 1,800,000 $ 2,250,000 $ 1,100,000 $ 12,527,000 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Rebate Budget $ 1,499,910 $ 2,000,000 $ 3,499,910 $ 306,120 $ 306,120 Rebate Budget Spent to Date $ - $ - $ 50,000 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ $ - $ - 50,000.00 1,874 275 331 1,523 68,819 543 3,376 42 54 8,018 2,716 2,716 214 2,786 0 1,418 5,337 2,648 9,639 9,755 0 MW Goal 62.81 MW To Date 35.08 Percentage Participant Type Participants To Date MWh To Date 20,489 68,288.82 Rebate Budget Spent to Date 7,053,020 $ 16,076,910 $ 20.95 41.31 13.02 22.06 82,457 19,137 17748.85 50539.97 $ $ 10,676,910 5,350,000 …

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Multifamily & Commercial Project Pipeline Monthly Report original pdf

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Multifamily & Commercial Project Pipeline – Monthly Report 05/6/2022 Figure 1: Commercial and Multifamily Project Pipeline Commercial and Small Business Multifamily 250 200 150 100 50 0 t n u o C t c e j o r P 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 t n u o C t c e j o r P 78 84 212 94 4 24 Pre-Approval in Progress Approved: Installation and Verification Pre-Approval in Progress Approved: Installation and Verification Multifamily Multifamily Income Qualified Project Pipeline Notes: 1. Figures includes all leads and applications, regardless of estimated rebate amount. In coordination with the customer and contractor, Austin Energy periodically removes leads and new applications that do not proceed to Installation. 2. Multifamily COVID-19 Note: Multifamily projects are allowed to proceed. 3. Pipeline Definitions a. “Pre-Approval in Progress” includes: 1) customer/contractor submitted leads; 2) applications in development but not yet submitted to Austin Energy; and 3) applications submitted to Austin Energy that are under review for eligibility and approval of project scope. b. “Approved: Installation and Verification” includes projects: 1) approved with installation underway; and 2) where installation is complete and final inspection and quality review are ongoing. c. Paid projects are listed on the preceding RMC summary table in this report. Multifamily & Commercial Project Pipeline – Monthly Report 05/6/2022 Table 1: Multifamily and Multifamily Income Qualified – Estimated RCA Project Pipeline (for estimated rebates >$66k) Program Latest Workflow Enrollment( s) # Location Name Installation Address Council District Estimate d kW savings Estimated kWh savings Estimated $ Incentive Measures Planned Installation 1231787, 1231196, 1231197 Trove Eastside* 2201 Montopolis Dr 3 216.0 593,241 $281,549 Installation 1245134, 1263660 Chevy Chase Downs 2504 Huntwick Dr 3 332.3 732,428 $273,762 Installation 1240491, 1263326 The Social Apartments 1817 E Oltorf St 204.1 295,130 $245,248 Installation 1254736, 1255009 Coppertree Apartments 2425 Cromwell Cir 329.5 853,125 $240,742 Installation 1249371 Sierra Vista 57.1 213,843 $136,180 All phases: Plenum Remediation, Attic Insulation, Lighting, Smart Thermostats, HVAC Tune-Up, Advanced Power Strips. Phase 1: Bldgs 1-5 (Paid); Phase 2: Bldgs 6-10; Phase 3: Bldgs 11-15 Phase 1 (Complete): Attic Insulation, Lighting, Plenum Redesign & Remediation, ECAD incentive Phase 2 (In Progress): HVAC Tune-up, Smart Thermostats Phase 1 (Complete): Attic Insulation, Duct Remediation & Seal, Lighting Phase 2: HVAC Tune-Up, Smart Thermostat Phase 1 (Complete): Plenum Redesign & Remediation, Attic Insulation, Phase 2: Lighting Smart Thermostat, HVAC Tune-Up, Water Savings Devices …

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June 21, 2022

Agenda original pdf

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RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMMISSION June 21, 2022 6:00 p.m. Austin Energy Headquarters; 1st Floor; Shudde Fath Conference Room 4815 Mueller Blvd, Austin, Texas 78723 Some members of the Resource Management Commission maybe participating by videoconference. The meeting may be viewed online at: http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch-atxn-live Public comment will be allowed in-person or remotely by telephone. Speakers may only register to speak on an item once either in-person or remotely and will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. Registration no later than noon the day before the meeting is required for remote participation. To register contact Natasha Goodwin at Natasha.Goodwin@austinenergy.com or 512-322-6505. AGENDA Members: Jonathan Blackburn, Chair (District 8) Kaiba White, Vice Chair (District 2) Charlotte Davis (District 1) Sam Angoori (District 3) Shane Johnson (District 4) Paul Robbins (District 5) Louis Stone (District 6) Vacant (District 7) Dana Harmon (District 9) Rebecca Brenneman (District 10) Lisa Chavarria (Mayor) For more information, please visit: www.austintexas.gov/rmc CALL MEETING TO ORDER PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL Speakers who register to speak no later than the day before the meeting will be allowed a three- minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Approve minutes of the May 17, 2022 Meeting of the Resource Management Commission. STAFF REPORTS AND BRIEFINGS 2. Austin Energy Green Building Presentation. 3. Austin Energy Resiliency as a Service (RaaS) Program Development Update. 4. Discussion regarding a resolution on Texas Gas Service Conservation Programs. ITEMS FROM COMMISSIONERS ( Sponsors: Robbins, White, and Brenneman) FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS 5. Discuss potential future agenda items. The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give at least two days (48 hours) before the meeting date. TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. To register for Citizen Communication or for additional information regarding the Resource Management Commission, please (512) 322-6505 or email Natasha.Goodwin@austinenergy.com . Natasha Goodwin, Austin Energy, at call ADJOURN The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give at least two days (48 hours) before the …

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Item 2: Austin Energy Green Building Presentation original pdf

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Austin Energy Green Building A Primer for a Discussion of Toxic Materials For the June Resource Management Commission Kurt Stogdill- Manager, Green Building & Sustainability Heidi Kasper- Manager- Residential Green Building Program Sarah Talkington- Manager- Commercial Green Building Program June 21, 2022 © 2020 Austin Energy Program Drivers Include… • Austin Energy’s Generation Resource Plan • City of Austin’s Climate Equity Plan • Project Connect Resource Plan • Austin Water’s Water Forward Integrated Water • Austin Resource Recovery- Zero Waste Master Plan 2 Other Drivers of Green Building Priorities • AEGB Mission- To cultivate innovation in building and transportation for the enrichment of the community’s environmental, economic and human well-being • Health- obesity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, mental health • Climate- Carbon as well as hot humid climate and air quality • Equity, cost, up-front affordability • Building codes • Trends- building industry, regulatory, social, other… 3 Purpose/Goals of Ratings • To advance the communities’ understanding and application of sustainability practices in construction • To build capacity (around sustainability) within the market • To position new principles and concepts to be adopted as standard • To position critical new principles and concepts to be adopted as practices code • To be balanced in how they promote sustainability 4 Austin Energy Ratings Austin Energy Green Building (AEGB) rates new construction and major renovation projects for three markets Single Family Production & Custom Homes Multifamily Residential < 7 Stories Commercial & Residential ≥ 7 stories Ratings- Residential Example Ratings comprised of basic requirements, additional requirements by rating level and points 6 Areas in Ratings (Residential) Addressing Toxic Materials • Mechanical ventilation • Pest control systems • Indoor Environmental Quality • • Exhaust fans/vents Low VOC paints • Homeowner’s manual • PVCs and Phthalates Improved air quality • • Innovations 7 Toxic Materials Points (Residential) Category Education Requirement How is it Relevant list of finishes, list common hazardous materials on remodels, pest control Site Energy Green Building Education Documented Design Team Meeting Expanded Homeowner Education Case Study Density Community Rain Gutters Site Work and Landscape Wildfire Resilience Outdoor Living Exterior Lighting Floor Resilience Energy Performance High Performance Systems Water Heater Efficiency Controls and Monitoring Residential Commissioning and Additional Testing High Efficiency Fixtures and Appliances Photovoltaic Systems Green Energy Electric Vehicle Charging Electric Readiness Roof and Shade Design Pts. 1 to 12 2 5 1 3 to 7 1 to 10 3 2 to 8 …

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Item 3: Austin Energy Resiliency as a Service (RaaS) Program Development Update original pdf

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Program Development Update: Resiliency as a Service (RaaS) Erika Bierschbach VP, Energy Market Operations & Resource Planning June 21, 2022 © 2018 Austin Energy Agenda • Background • Program Overview • Questions/Comments 2 Groceries, Storms & Legislative Response • Grocery stores and Enchanted Rock • Grocery stores like HEB partner with Generation Companies installing distributed generation facilities on customer’s side of meters for back up generation (250 kW to 10 MW) • Provides protection from hurricanes, storms and other outages • Generation Companies operate the generators and sell into the ERCOT market • Grocery stores with backup generators maintained power throughout the storm • Winter Storm Uri • Legislation – SB 398 • Allows groceries / food supply chain to contract with Generation Company to install backup generation and access wholesale market in NOIE service territories. • NOIEs have right of first refusal to buy the gen or act as QSE • Bill requires NOIEs to allow interconnection and provide access to transmission system on a nondiscriminatory basis and process DG Interconnection applications timely 3 On-Site Generation Resiliency Model (Behind the Meter SODG or Unregistered DG, <10 MW) Critical Load Host Customer Resiliency & Price Protection Utility Generation Company Relationship & Asset Management 4 Program Benefits Host Customer • Improved reliability & resiliency • Business continuity; no lost product/spoilage • Affordable cost for back up generation • No Customer O&M AE Customer Portfolio: Tangible • Load Price Protection • Hedge Value • 4CP reduction AE Customer Portfolio: Intangible • Load Zone Price Separation Mitigation • Community Resiliency & Safety • Customer satisfaction & relationship • Transparency in emissions and starts Utility • Meet Customer reliability needs and desires • Flexible, local, real physical option • Hedge/reduce costs 5 Key Take Away’s • This program is about providing resiliency and safety for our customers and community • Our customers are demanding this program AND we are required to facilitate this by SB398 • These distributed generation facilities will be installed with or without the RaaS program • Under the program these assets will run for ~10% or less annually • Natural gas is a bridge fuel; the next step is folding in Solar + Storage • RaaS passes the reliability and cost savings benefits to AE customers that would not otherwise be captured 6 Thank you! ©2018 Austin Energy. All rights reserved. Austin Energy and the Austin Energy logo and combinations …

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Item 4: Draft Resolution on Texas Gas Service Conservation Programs original pdf

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Proposed Resolution on Texas Gas Service Conservation Programs Whereas the City of Austin has mandated that Texas Gas Service (TGS) conduct energy conservation programs since 1985; and Whereas the programs are expected to save natural gas at the same or less cost than purchasing it; and Whereas some of the Residential programs are failing to achieve this economic goal, with a cost to Central Texas ratepayers of almost $2 million a year; and Whereas the programs are also expected to help the environment by preventing fossil fuel use, but are failing to effectively achieve this with rebates for certain Residential appliances; and Whereas the City Council may adjust TGS's energy conservation program funding mechanism and structure on an annual basis before November 30 of each year; and Whereas the Resource Management Commission is charged with providing feedback and recommendations regarding gas conservation efforts; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Resource Management Commission recommends that the Austin City Council make the following modifications to the Texas Gas Service conservation program for the budget year 2023 and thereafter: 1. The exclusion of rebates for natural gas equipment in new construction, as incentivizing natural gas use in new construction is not currently compatible with the City’s Climate Equity Plan targeting net zero carbon by 2040, including the focus area of Sustainable Buildings. Specifically, the plan has the following goal by 2030, which is incompatible with encouraging fossil fuel combustion in new construction: “All new buildings are net-zero carbon, emissions from existing buildings are reduced by 25%, and all natural gas-related emissions are reduced by 30% “ (https://www.austintexas.gov/page/austin-climate- equity-plan) 2. The elimination of rebates in existing Residential buildings for clothes washers, central furnaces, and tankless water heaters; 3. Encouragement for Texas Gas Service to seek cooperation with and co-funding from local water utilities for gas conservation programs focused on water-saving technologies such as low-flow showerheads, aerators, and commercial dish rinsers. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Resource Management Commission recommends that City Council ask Texas Gas Service to repurpose money saved from these new policies to fund a pilot program for an income-verified discount for low-income customers and Research & Development of renewable energy that can be used in place of conventional natural gas.

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Austin Water Monthly Report original pdf

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RMC Monthly Report April 2022 FY22 Water Conservation Division City of Austin | Austin Water Residential Program Participation, FY22 YTD FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22 413 400 300 200 s t i n U f o r e b m u N 100 0 253 200 153 120 108 12 15 8 29 31 20 19 Watering Timer Irrigation Upgrade Irrigation Audits Drought Survival Tools WaterWise Landscape Rainwater Harvesting 163 119 122 69 66 66 16 13 11 15 3 + Rainscape RMC Monthly Report – April 2022 02 60 50 40 30 20 0 Commercial and Multifamily Program Participation, FY22 YTD FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22 54 10 8 11 1 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 3 2 1 0 Commercial Audit Commercial Process Rebates Commercial Kitchen Rebates Rainwater Harvesting RMC Monthly Report – April 2022 03 $450,000 $400,000 $350,000 $300,000 $ e v i t n e c n I $250,000 $200,000 $150,000 $100,000 $50,000 $0 Rebates and Incentives Budget, FY22 YTD FY22 Total Budget Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 $420,000 $245,000 $65,000 $49,620.39 $- $- Commercial Commercial Multi-Family Multi-Family Residential Residential RMC Monthly Report – April 2022 04 Water Waste/Watering Restrictions Enforcement Activity, FY22 YTD Warnings Issued and 311 Reports 119 97 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 45 Oct 53 38 4 Jan 76 61 66 2 Nov 3 Dec 1 Feb 3 Mar 0 Apr Warnings 311 Reports Current Drought Response Stage: Conservation Stage RMC Monthly Report – April 2022 05 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0 Regulated Compliance Program Activity, April 2022 3247 309 173 41 228 69 Commercial Facility Irrigation Assessments Commercial Vehicle Wash Facility Efficiency Assessment Cooling Tower Efficiency Assessments Compliant Non-Compliant RMC Monthly Report – April 2022 06 Total Public Outreach Activity, FY22 YTD Number of Events FY21 FY22 Populations Reached FY21 FY22 6 3 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 3,000 2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0 1,560 605 Community Events School Presentations Community Events School Presentations 0 0 0 0 RMC Monthly Report – April 2022 07 Total Social Media Activity, FY22 YTD Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr s n o i t c a r e t n I f o r e b m u N 4,500,000 4,000,000 3,500,000 3,000,000 2,500,000 2,000,000 1,500,000 1,000,000 500,000 0 Facebook Twitter Monthly activity by platform Instagram RMC Monthly Report – April 2022 …

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Customer Energy Solution FY22 Quarter 2 Report original pdf

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Quarterly Rebates by District and Outside of COA Customer Energy Solutions FY22 – Quarter 2 Report As of March 31, 2022 $4.9M $3.7M $6,000,000 $5,000,000 $4,000,000 $3,000,000 $2,000,000 $1,000,000 $- Q1 Q2 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 Outside COA 7 Solar PBI not included. Rebates paid may not align with AE Finance eCombs system as of March 31, 2022. Dollars are unaudited. Data is as of May 8, 2022 and is not a complete year. Energy Efficiency Services Residential Programs AE Weatherization (WAP) – Direct Install In Q2 of FY22, the Weatherization Assistance Program returned to performing final QC inspections in the field with our third • party vendors. This move will ensure that customers are receiving the highest quality of installations. 1 • The Weatherization Assistance Program also launched the Medically Vulnerable Registry (MVR) AC (Air Conditioning) Pilot Program. This Pilot Program will provide CAP customers on the MVR with new or repaired AC units. Appliance Efficiency Program (AEP) FY22 Q2, The Appliance Efficiency Program is in the process of working on a new proposal and processes for implementing an additional • measure, Solar Screens, to the program. Target go live date is Spring of FY22. • The Appliance Efficiency Program is currently working on outreach material to target new potential contractors in the Austin Energy service area; to provide program eligibility, incentives, etc. Home Performance w/Energy Star (HPwES) • The program team worked with Texas Gas Service in December to add them to FY22 the Limited Time Offer. Texas Gas Service joined the Limited Time Offer on 1/7/2022 with an $100 rebate for eligible Texas Gas Service customers. • To the Third Party QA /QC inspections in Q1. Performance resumed promote program ENERGY control, quality Home STAR with Instant Savings is pursuing a rebate for Austin Water in Instant Savings for Spring 2022 pilot for hose-end timers. Vendor CLEAResult in SPUR – Instant Savings • beta testing. • The vendor held four instore events this quarter to bring awareness to Instant Savings, Power Partner and other EES programs. The field representative was able to provide education on lighting (esp. Holiday lighting), the Power Partner Seasonal special and general energy efficiency questions. • Direct Install - Low-income outreach with Foundation Communities (FC) – Residents of 11 out of a total 23 properties have received weatherization kits. The pandemic has had quite an impact on delivering …

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Customer Energy Solutions FY22 Savings Report original pdf

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Energy Efficiency Services EES- Appliance Efficiency Program EES- Home Performance ES - Rebate EES- AE Weatherization & CAP Weatherization - D.I. * EES- School Based Education * EES- Strategic Partnership Between Utilities & Retailers * EES- Multifamily Rebates EES- Multifamily WX-D.I.+ EES- Commercial Rebate EES- Small Business Energy Efficiency TOTAL Demand Response (DR) - Annual Incremental DR- Power Partner DR- Load Coop Demand Response (DR) TOTAL Green Building GB- Residential Ratings GB- Residential Energy Code GB- Integrated Modeling Incentive GB- Multifamily Ratings GB- Multifamily Energy Code GB- Commercial Ratings GB- Commercial Energy Code Green Building TOTAL CES MW Savings Grand TOTAL Residential Totals Commercial Totals Customer Energy Solutions FY22 YTD MW Savings Report As of March 2022 Participant Type Participants To Date MWh To Date MW Goal 2.60 1.30 0.53 0.01 1.75 0.65 1.00 6.00 2.00 15.84 MW Goal 6.40 2.00 8.40 MW Goal 0.50 6.21 0.56 1.55 7.04 8.00 14.72 38.57 MW To Date 1.08 0.30 0.35 0.03 0.56 0.23 1.03 3.35 0.95 7.88 MW To Date 3.85 3.85 MW To Date 0.13 2.97 0.00 0.46 2.81 2.94 8.30 17.62 Percentage 42% 23% 67% 277% 32% 35% 103% 56% 48% Percentage 60% 0% Percentage 27% 48% 0% 30% 40% 37% 56% Customers Customers Customers Products Products Apartments Apartments Customers Customers Devices Customers Customers Customers Customers Dwellings Dwellings 1,000 sf 1,000 sf Participant Type Participants To Date MWh To Date Participant Type Participants To Date MWh To Date 2,049.78 420.66 572.63 196.92 2,833.23 508.55 2,171.72 3,540.78 2,258.37 14,552.64 0 0.00 220 3,890 0 790 7,056 5,777 22,483 40,216 Rebate Budget Spent to Date 497,045 549,155 1,246,359 55,882 243,016 170,301 1,257,042 679,593 461,987 5,160,380 $ 1,500,000 $ 1,300,000 $ 2,577,000 $ 200,000 $ 900,000 $ 900,000 $ 1,800,000 $ 2,250,000 $ 1,100,000 $ 12,527,000 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Rebate Budget $ 1,499,910 $ 2,000,000 $ 3,499,910 $ 306,120 $ 306,120 Rebate Budget Spent to Date $ - $ - $ 50,000 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ $ - $ - 50,000.00 1,562 233 261 1,523 50,689 531 2,239 33 47 6,429 2,716 2,716 181 2,297 0 1,016 4,910 2,124 7,870 8,404 0 MW Goal 62.81 MW To Date 29.35 Percentage Participant Type Participants To Date MWh To Date 17,549 54,768.57 Rebate Budget Spent to Date 5,466,500 $ 16,076,910 $ 20.95 41.31 10.54 18.81 62,232 16,000 12863.81 41904.76 $ $ 10,676,910 5,350,000 …

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Multifamily & Commercial Project Pipeline Monthly Report original pdf

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Multifamily & Commercial Project Pipeline – Monthly Report 05/6/2022 Figure 1: Commercial and Multifamily Project Pipeline Commercial and Small Business Multifamily 250 200 150 100 50 0 t n u o C t c e o r P j 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 t n u o C t c e o r P j 73 88 235 107 5 24 Pre-Approval in Progress Approved: Installation and Verification Pre-Approval in Progress Approved: Installation and Verification Multifamily Multifamily Income Qualified Project Pipeline Notes: 1. Figures includes all leads and applications, regardless of estimated rebate amount. In coordination with the customer and contractor, Austin Energy periodically removes leads and new applications that do not proceed to Installation. 2. Multifamily COVID-19 Note: Multifamily projects are allowed to proceed. 3. Pipeline Definitions a. “Pre-Approval in Progress” includes: 1) customer/contractor submitted leads; 2) applications in development but not yet submitted to Austin Energy; and 3) applications submitted to Austin Energy that are under review for eligibility and approval of project scope. b. “Approved: Installation and Verification” includes projects: 1) approved with installation underway; and 2) where installation is complete and final inspection and quality review are ongoing. c. Paid projects are listed on the preceding RMC summary table in this report. Multifamily & Commercial Project Pipeline – Monthly Report 05/6/2022 Table 1: Multifamily and Multifamily Income Qualified – Estimated RCA Project Pipeline (for estimated rebates >$66k) Program Latest Workflow Enrollment(s) # Location Name Installation Address Council District Estimated kW savings Estimated kWh savings Estimated $ Incentive Measures Planned Total # of Units Multifamily Installation 1225046, 1254626 Park at Crestview 8220 Research Blvd Svrd SB 7 331.2 666,308 $290,376 Multifamily Income Qualified Installation 1231787, 1231196, 1231197 Trove Eastside* 2201 Montopolis Dr 3 216.0 593,241 $281,549 Installation 1245134, 1263660 Chevy Chase Downs 2504 Huntwick Dr 3 332.3 732,428 $273,762 Installation 1240491, 1263326 The Social Apartments 1817 E Oltorf St 204.1 295,130 $245,248 Installation 1249767 Sierra Ridge 24.0 60,402 $65,360 Installation 1254736, 1255009 Coppertree Apartments 3 329.5 853,125 $240,742 3 3 201 W St Elmo Rd 2425 Cromwell Cir Multifamily Income Qualified Multifamily Income Qualified Multifamily Income Qualified Multifamily Income Qualified Multifamily Income Qualified Installation 1251567 None 70.8 336,284 $178,411 HVAC Tune-Up, Smart Thermostats 376 The Royce at 8100 8100 ANDERSON MILL RD Phase 1 (Complete): Duct Remediation & Seal, Lighting, Smart Thermostats, HVAC Tune-Up, Water Saving Devices, Phase 2: Attic insulation …

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Agenda original pdf

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RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMMISSION May 17, 2022 6:00 p.m. Austin Energy Headquarters; 1st Floor; Shudde Fath Conference Room 4815 Mueller Blvd, Austin, Texas 78723 Some members of the Resource Management Commission maybe participating by videoconference. The meeting may be viewed online at: http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch-atxn-live Public comment will be allowed in-person or remotely by telephone. Speakers may only register to speak on an item once either in-person or remotely and will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. Registration no later than noon the day before the meeting is required for remote participation. To register contact Natasha Goodwin at Natasha.Goodwin@austinenergy.com or 512-322-6505. AGENDA Members: Jonathan Blackburn, Chair (District 8) Kaiba White, Vice Chair (District 2) Charlotte Davis (District 1) Sam Angoori (District 3) Shane Johnson (District 4) Vacant (District 5) Louis Stone (District 6) Vacant (District 7) Dana Harmon (District 9) Rebecca Brenneman (District 10) Lisa Chavarria (Mayor) For more information, please visit: www.austintexas.gov/rmc CALL MEETING TO ORDER PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL Speakers who register to speak no later than the day before the meeting will be allowed a three- minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Approve minutes of the April 19, 2022 Meeting of the Resource Management Commission. STAFF REPORTS AND BRIEFINGS 2. Austin Energy Community Outreach Presentation on Base Rate Review. 3. Value of Solar Methodology Review. 4. Quarterly update from Texas Gas Service. 5. Quarterly update from Austin Water. ITEMS FROM COMMISSIONERS 6. Discussion and possible action regarding a resolution on Austin Energy’s Green Building Program regarding building materials. ( Sponsors: Stone, White, and Brenneman) The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give at least two days (48 hours) before the meeting date. TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. To register for Citizen Communication or for additional information regarding the Resource Management Commission, please (512) 322-6505 or email Natasha.Goodwin@austinenergy.com . Natasha Goodwin, Austin Energy, at call 7. Discussion on avoiding stalemates: establishing RMC best practices on engaging City Staff. (Sponsors: Harmon, Davis) FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS 8. Discuss potential future agenda items. ADJOURN The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal …

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ITEM 2- AE Community Outreach Presentation on Base Rate Review original pdf

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Austin Energy Residential Base Rates 2022 Review Process Kim Doyal, Community Engagement, Public Information Office Rusty Maenius, Vice President – Finance Tammy Cooper, Sr. Vice President – Regulatory, Communications, and Compliance April – May 2022 © 2019 Austin Energy Today’s Agenda • City of Austin Utilities bill Presented by Kim Doyal, Community Engagement Consultant • Base rate review and proposed changes Presented by Rusty Maenius, Vice President of Finance • Base rate review process Presented by Tammy Cooper, Sr. Vice President – Regulatory, Communications, and Compliance 2 City of Austin Utilities bill Kim Doyal Community Engagement, Public Information Office 3 Austin Energy City of Austin Department • Began operations in 1895 • Governed by the Austin City Council • 3rd largest municipal utility in nation Customer programs • Billing assistance & payment options Energy efficiency & weatherization • • Renewable energy & electric transportation Manage electric rates & bill payments for COA Utilities • 500,000+ customers 437 square miles 4 Your City of Austin Utility Bill • Bundles up to 6 essential City services into one convenient bill • Rates determine the charges that appear in your energy bill each month • Changes to base electric rates only impact the portion of your COA Utility bill labeled Customer Charge and Tier • Electricity represents 40% of your overall bill (for those receiving all 6 City services) Visit coautilities.com/go/billing to learn more. 5 Focused on Changes to These Base Rates Customer Charge Charge designed to cover costs such as metering and billing. These fixed costs do not vary with consumption. The current Customer Charge of $10 per customer is not adequately covering these costs. Energy Use Tiers Price per kilowatt hour for energy used, currently broken into five usage tiers for inside City of Austin customers and three usage tiers for non-COA customers. 6 Base Rate Review Rusty Maenius Vice President – Finance 7 Proposed Systemwide Base Rate Impact • $48 million base revenue increase • 7.6% base rate increase • Impact only to base rates • Base rate review is not related to Winter Storm Uri. Austin Energy’s power supply adjustment, which is not part of a base rate review, was reduced last fall to reflect generation revenues earned during the storm. 8 Base Rate Review • Financial review occurs at least every five years • Examines system operations and revenue over a • Performed to ensure revenues cover costs …

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ITEM 3- Value of Solar Methodology Review original pdf

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Value of Solar Methodology Review Resource Management Commission Tim Harvey Manager, Customer Renewable Solutions May 2022 © 2022 Austin Energy Value of Solar What is the Value of Solar? The Value of Solar is the rate at which Austin Energy credits solar customers for the energy produced at their homes and businesses. How Does it Work? • A solar meter measures the amount of energy that the solar system generates • Austin Energy multiples the monthly generation by the Value of Solar rate and issues a bill credit • Extra bill credits roll over to the next bill • Solar credits only apply to the electric portion of the bill 2 Value of Solar: A New Approach Why does Austin Energy need to review the Value of Solar now? • To fulfill previous base rate review commitments • To update the rate components • To better align solar production value with appropriate funding sources. 3 Explaining Value of Solar Customer Categories Value of Solar Customer Category Details Solar Capacity Examples Customer Type 1. Residential and Commercial* Non-Demand Customer N/A 2. Commercial Demand Customer <1,000 kW-ac 3. Commercial Demand Customer ≥1,000 kW-ac Homeowners; small businesses such as florists, salons, daycare centers. Some business types include breweries, multi-tenant commercial, schools, retail and grocery stores. Some business types include large retail and grocery, manufacturing facilities and hospitals *Commercial customer is a business/non-residential customer 4 C U R R E N T S T R U C T U R E Components Description Customer Type Energy Value Plant Operations & Maintenance Generation Capacity Transmission & Distribution Environmental Values the cost of fuel that Austin Energy does not have to buy, based on the time that solar energy is produced Avoided cost of operations and maintenance associated with owning a natural gas plant Values the cost of additional power plants that do not have to be built Values the transmission cost savings that result from reduced consumption at peak times by solar customers Values the avoided carbon emissions of conventional generation 1 X X X X X 2 X X X 3 X X The components with orange symbols are related to costs that Austin Energy avoids due to local solar energy production 5 P R O P O S E D S T R U C T U R E Components Description Customer Type ERCOT Energy Savings Ancillary Service Savings Transmission Savings Societal Benefits …

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ITEM 5- AW Quarterly Update original pdf

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Water Conservation Update Resource Management Commission Kevin Kluge | May 17, 2022 Agenda  Water Supply Outlook  Conservation Penalties Ordinance • Timeline • Feedback received  Water Forward Plan - Landscape Transformation Drought Stage Triggers: Stage 1: 1.4 Million Acre Feet (MAF) Stage 2: 0.9 MAF Stage 3: 0.6 MAF Conservation Penalties  Approvals • Water & Wastewater Commission – April 13 • City Council – May 5  Public information regarding enforcement  Process development • Rule regarding admission of liability • Hearings • Invoicing Water Forward Plan  2014 – Austin Integrated Water Resource Planning Community (Water Forward) Task Force  2018 - City Council approved Water Forward Plan  2021 - Council asked Austin Water to accelerate the Landscape Transformation Ordinance strategy Landscape Transformation Ordinance Strategy  Transition new homes to water-efficient landscaping  Could include limitations of "lawn" grass and/or irrigation area  More detailed ordinance ideas/language to be created with public input Expected Near-Term Timeline The Ordinance on SpeakUp Austin  A platform for online public input • Comments • Free form input • Future meeting dates • Survey Survey Q2: SHOULD THERE BE A CITY OF AUSTIN LIST OF ALLOWED NATIVE OR ADAPTED PLANTS AND GRASSES FOR NEW RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES? Other (please specify), 5.3% No, 22.5% Yes, 33.2% Yes, but only if the list is large enough and allows for potential suitable plant replacements, 38.5% Survey: Q3 SHOULD THE AREA OF TURF GRASS (LAWN GRASS) BE LIMITED FOR NEW RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES? Other (please specify), 4.3% No, 30.5% Yes, 28.3% Yes, as long as the area of turf grass can be large enough to be functional (Example: an area for dogs to go to the bathroom outside), 19.3% Yes, as long as the turf grass can be large enough for residential recreational use, 16.0% Survey: Q4 SHOULD THE SIZE OF THE NEW AUTOMATIC IRRIGATION SYSTEMS BE LIMITED FOR NEW RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES, WITH SIZE LIMITATIONS BASED ON THE SIZE OF THE PROPERTY? Yes, 46.5% Other (please specify), 4.8% No, 28.9% Yes, but only for large single-family properties (Examples: lot sizes larger than ¼ acre, landscape areas larger than 8,000 square feet), 17.6% Survey: Q5 IN ADDITION TO THE EXISTING STANDARDS FOR INSTALLATION OF NEW IRRIGATION SYSTEMS, SHOULD MORE STANDARDS BE IDENTIFIED FOR NEW IRRIGATION SYSTEMS TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCY? Yes, 36.9% Other (please specify), 4.3% No, 11.8% Yes, but only if the standards balance cost-effectiveness and …

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Item 6- Draft Resolution Austin Energy's Green Building Program original pdf

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BOARD/COMMISSION RESOLUTION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMMISSION RESOLUTION ON AUSTIN ENERGY GREEN BUILDING AND SAFE BUILDING MATERIALS WHEREAS, Americans spend as much as 90% of their time indoors; and WHEREAS, many building materials are made of, or coated with, toxic chemicals, whose harm can be magnified in modern energy-efficient buildings with less ventilation; and WHEREAS, many of these chemicals have dangerous qualities, as they can be carcinogenic, neurotoxic, developmental and reproductive toxins, asthmagens and respiratory sensitizers, endocrine disrupting chemicals, acutely toxic, and aquatically toxic; and WHEREAS, since many of these more toxic building products are widely used in apartment and tract- home construction, resulting in more exposure for lower-income and middle-income residents; and WHERAS, production of toxic building materials is often energy intensive and also has an adverse air quality and health impacts for communities near the points of production; and WHEREAS, Austin seeks to lead by example to persuade other local and state governments and programs around the country to avoid harmful chemicals in buildings; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMMISION OF THE CITY OF AUSTIN that the commission recommends that the Austin City Council direct the City Manager to: 1. Create a working group of stakeholders, facilitated by Austin Energy staff, to suggest revisions to the single family and multifamily green building point system to strengthen human and environmental protections from harmful substances. The purpose of the working group shall be to: 1) identify and encourage safe building materials; and 2) avoid toxic building materials when necessary. 2. The working group shall strive to include: professionals in the building industry; Austin Energy Green Building staff; environmental experts; health experts; tenant advocates; and members of the Resource Management Commission. 3. The working group shall forward recommendations to the Resource Management Commission of the City of Austin by August 1, 2022.

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Item 4- Texas Gas Service Quarterly Update original pdf

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Central Texas Energy Efficiency Program Update Jasmine King-Bush Energy Efficiency Program Manager Texas Gas Service Energy Efficiency Program Q1 Program Updates  Distributed 2021 Annual Report  Jasmine King-Bush was promoted to Energy Efficiency Program Manager  EE Program Supervisor position has been posted  EE Education and Outreach Specialist has been posted 2 Texas Gas Service Energy Efficiency Program Commercial Program Highlights CLEAResult 7 customers serviced 28k Therms saved 575k Gallons of water saved *savings reflects expected annual savings 3 Texas Gas Service Energy Efficiency Program Residential Program Highlights Behavioral education  Website revisions underway to streamline residential and builder application processes. Water-Saving Kits  Continuing to research kit modification options for cost savings and components enhancements 4 Texas Gas Service Energy Efficiency Program Residential Program Participation – Through Mar 2022 5 Texas Gas Service Energy Efficiency Program Low-Income/Free Equipment Program Highlights  28 families assisted  39 appliances replaced  2022 Goal – identify new referral sources, strengthen existing referral relationships  Contractor reimbursement rates adjusted to remain competitive with local area rates 6 Questions?

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Item 6- Revised Draft Resolution Austin Energy's Green Building Program original pdf

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BOARD/COMMISSION RESOLUTION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMMISSION RESOLUTION ON AUSTIN ENERGY GREEN BUILDING AND SAFE BUILDING MATERIALS WHEREAS, Americans spend as much as 90% of their time indoors; and WHEREAS, many building materials are made of, or coated with, toxic chemicals, whose harm can be magnified in modern energy-efficient buildings with decreased ventilation; and WHEREAS, many of these chemicals have dangerous qualities, as they can be carcinogenic, neurotoxic, developmental and reproductive toxins, asthmagens and respiratory sensitizers, endocrine disrupting chemicals, acutely toxic, and aquatically toxic; and WHEREAS, since many of these more toxic building products are widely used in apartment and tract- home construction, resulting in more exposure for lower-income residents and people of color; and WHEREAS, The Ratings Guidebook for the Austin Energy Green Program for Commercial Construction has not been revised since 2016 and Ratings Guidebooks for the Austin Energy Green Program for Single Family and Multifamily Residential have not been revised since 2020; and WHEREAS, Substantive changes to the International Building Code were codified in 2021 requiring alignment with the Austin Green Energy Program; and WHEREAS, Advances in sustainable building materials, improved quality and market pricing provide an opportunity for increased use in construction projects; and WHEREAS, Austin seeks to lead by example to persuade other local and state governments and programs around the country to promote the use of sustainable materials and improve indoor air quality in buildings. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMMISION OF THE CITY OF AUSTIN that the commission creates a Safe Healthy Building Materials Working Group that Austin Energy will staff: 1. Create a working group of stakeholders, facilitated by Austin Energy staff, to take actions to increase the use of safe, healthy, sustainable building materials (considering the full lifecycle of materials) and curtail the use of toxic building materials in the community. Strategies shall include, but not be limited to adjustments to the relevant Single Family, Commercial, and Multifamily Green Building programs. 2. The working group shall strive to include: professionals in the building industry; Austin Energy Green Building staff; environmental health experts; tenant advocates; and others as recommended by the Resource Management Commission. 3. The working group shall forward recommendations and a timeline for future actions to the Resource Management Commission of the City of Austin by October 1, 2022.

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