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Oct. 19, 2021

Customer Energy Solution FY21 Quarter 4 Report original pdf

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Customer Energy Solutions FY21 – Quarter 4 Report As of 09/30/2021 Quarterly Rebates by District and Outside of COA Solar PBI not included. Rebates paid may not align with AE Finance eCombs system as of 09/30/21. Dollars are unaudited. Data is as of 09/30/2021 and is not a complete year. The complete year of data will be available in the upcoming annual report. Energy Efficiency Services Residential Programs AE Weatherization (WAP) – Direct Install • Due to the contractual nature of the program, the final completion numbers for the WAP will not be finalized until the end of October/mid-November. The program anticipates 600+ homes weatherized in FY21, compared to 246 homes in FY20. Program changes implemented for FY21 have been very successful in attracting customers for weatherization. These program changes included increasing the income requirements to 80% Median Family Income, providing a self-attestation method for income validation, and streamlining the application process in a 1 page, mobile-friendly, online application that takes only minutes to complete. In FY21, the program also added Smart Thermostats as an eligible measure. • The Weatherization AC Rebate and Loan Program also had a banner year. In FY20, zero homes participated in this program. For FY21, program staff increased the rebates to match the HPwES program and also reduced the interest rate to 0%. As a result, 51 customers went through the Weatherization AC Rebate and Loan Program in FY21. • Both programs face difficult barriers such as labor force, supply chain issues, and the COVID-19 pandemic. It is a testament to the diligence and innovation of the contractors, program staff, and field staff who continue to find solutions that enable the program to continue to weatherize homes in spite of these barriers. 1 Appliance Efficiency Program (AEP) • For FY21 approved approximately 3,046-HVAC, 1,249-Smart Thermostat, 122-VS Pool Pump, 62-Window AC and 643- HPWH based on EECP reporting. • The AEP program in collaboration with Green Building, are in discussions of implementing installations of Heat Pump Water Heaters in new residential construction, with approved funding. • The successful transition of the AEP Pending Acceptance workflow step, from Shared Services to the Residential Team, with no impact to the end user. Home Performance w/Energy Star (HPwES) • 555 projects have been completed to date per EECP. • Program team developed a return to in person field inspection SOP for launch in FY22. • Developed and launched the …

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Oct. 19, 2021

Customer Energy Solutions FY21 Savings Report original pdf

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Customer Energy Solutions FY21 YTD MW Savings Report As of September 2021 Participant Type Participants To Date MWh To Date 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 and 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- Water Heater Timers++ DR- Load Coop DR- ERS (AE only) 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 MW Goal 2.60 1.30 0.53 0.01 1.75 0.75 1.20 7.00 2.50 17.64 MW Goal 6.40 0.20 2.00 MW Goal 0.56 4.92 0.00 1.45 7.86 8.00 20.45 43.24 MW To Date 2.59 0.71 0.80 0.04 1.58 0.75 0.83 4.87 1.51 13.66 MW To Date 9.80 0.73 4.84 MW To Date 0.28 5.09 0.00 0.97 7.84 3.99 20.39 38.56 Percentage 100% 54% 151% 380% 90% 100% 69% 70% 60% Percentage 153% 364% 242% Percentage 50% 103% 67% 100% 50% 100% Customers Customers Customers Participants Products Sold Apt Units Apt Units Customers Customers Devices Devices Customers Customers Customers Customers Customers Dwellings Dwellings 1,000 sf 1,000 sf 8.60 15.37 5,008.36 981.93 1,272.76 271.76 9,000.10 1,611.67 2,554.93 15,789.64 4,021.30 40,512.43 Rebate Budget $ 1,800,000 $ 1,500,000 $ 2,377,000 $ 200,000 $ 1,150,000 $ 900,000 $ 1,800,000 $ 2,250,000 $ 1,100,000 $ 13,077,000 Spent to Date EECP $ 1,223,111 $ 1,266,818 $ 2,932,252 $ 77,117 $ 967,193 $ 735,705 $ 1,230,795 $ 1,503,576 $ 819,070 $ 10,755,638 0 12 0 Rebate Budget $ 1,499,910 $ 200,000 $ 1,850,000 $ $ $ 718,110 27,975 949,873 12.31 $ 3,549,910 $ 1,695,958 439 6,654 3,151 19,991 9,927 55,556 95,717 Rebate Budget $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - 3,790 555 613 2,106 216,438 3,219 4,112 127 117 14,639 6,904 1,119 12 8,035 359 3,930 0 2,458 13,549 5,831 18,251 20,296 0 Participant Type Participants To Date MWh To Date Spent to Date Participant Type Participants To Date MWh To Date MW Goal 69.48 MW To Date 67.59 Percentage Participant Type Participants To Date MWh To Date 42,970 136,242.04 Rebate …

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Oct. 19, 2021

Multifamily & Commercial Project Pipeline Monthly Report original pdf

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Multifamily & Commercial Project Pipeline – Monthly Report 10/07/2021 Figure 1: Commercial and Multifamily Project Pipeline Commercial and Small Business 276 255 107 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 t n u o C t c e o r P j 78 68 Multifamily Multifamily Income Qualified Multifamily 13 2 29 13 Pre-Approval in Progress Approved: Installation FY21 Paid and Verification Pre-Approval in Progress Approved: Installation and Verification FY21 Paid Project Pipeline Notes: 1. Figures includes all leads and applications, regardless of estimated rebate amount. 2. “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. 3. “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. 4. “FY21 Projects Paid” includes projects in which the check or payment has been distributed to the customer in FY21 5. In coordination with the customer and contractor, Austin Energy periodically removes leads and new applications that do not proceed to Installation. 6. Multifamily COVID-19 Note: Multifamily projects are allowed to proceed. Tenant approval will be obtained for all interior upgrades. Projects will proceed in phases to limit contractor time spent in tenant spaces. 7. Commercial & Small Business COVID-19 Note: Program staff continue to process rebate payments. Inspections are proceeding with remote video software; limited in-person inspections occur when absolutely necessary. 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 t n u o C t c e o r P j Multifamily & Commercial Project Pipeline – Monthly Report 10/07/2021 Table 1: Multifamily and Multifamily Income Qualified – Estimated RCA Project Pipeline (for estimated rebates >$62k) Program Latest Workflow Enrollment(s) # Location Name Installation Address Council District Estimated kW savings Estimated kWh savings Estimated $ Incentive Measures Planned Multifamily Income Qualified Installation 1231787, 1231196, 1231197 Trove Eastside* 2201 Montopolis Dr 3 216.0 593,241 $281,549 Multifamily Paid 1212346 272.0 666,441 $251,134 Multifamily Installation 1225046 248.0 514,514 $241,049 Paid 1233990 4 119.1 268,123 $103,659 Installation 1225794 Melrose Trail* 6 122.3 373,831 $128,075 Installation 1227733 2 108.0 286,543 $163,026 Bluff Springs Townhomes* * projects in which the RCA Fact Sheet was submitted in a prior month’s report Bexley Anderson Mill* 8601 Anderson Mill Park Crestview* 8220 Research Blvd Svrd SB 6 …

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Oct. 19, 2021

Agenda original pdf

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RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMMISSION October 19, 2021 6:30 p.m. Austin Energy Corporate Headquarters, Assembly Room 4815 Mueller Blvd., Austin, Texas AGENDA Members: Jonathan Blackburn, Chair (District 8) Kaiba White, Vice Chair (District 2) Sam Angoori (District 3) Shane Johnson (District 4) Tom “Smitty” Smith (District 5) Louis Stone (District 6) Kelly Davis (District 7) Dana Harmon (District 9) Rebecca Brenneman (District 10) Lisa Chavarria (Mayor) Vacancy (District 1) For more information, please visit: www.austintexas.gov/rmc CALL MEETING TO ORDER CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: GENERAL- Speaker remarks limited to three minutes. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Approve minutes of the August 17, 2021 Meeting of the Resource Management 2. Approve minutes of the September 21, 2021 Meeting of the Resource Management Commission. Commission. STAFF REPORTS AND BRIEFINGS Water Heating. ITEMS FROM COMMISSIONERS 3. Update regarding Alternatives for EV ready, Electric ready, and Residential Multifamily 4. Briefing from Arushi Frank of the ERCOT Innovation Caucus on demand response 5. Discussion and possible action regarding a resolution on the Texas Gas Service technologies and opportunities. Conservation Programs. 6. Discussion and possible action regarding a resolution on the establishment of a community benefit charge for Texas Gas Service. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS 7. Discuss potential future agenda items. T he 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 call (512) 322-6450 at least 48 hours before the meeting date. T TY users route through Relay T exas at 711. For more information on the Resource Management Commission , please call Natasha Goodwin (512) 322-6505. ADJOURN T he 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 call (512) 322-6450 at least 48 hours before the meeting date. T TY users route through Relay T exas at 711. For more information on the Resource Management Commission , please call Natasha Goodwin (512) 322-6505.

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Oct. 19, 2021

Item 5: Draft Resolution for Cost Effectiveness of Texas Gas Service original pdf

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DRAFT RESOLUTION FOR COST‐EFFECTIVENESS OF TEXAS GAS SERVICE CONSERVATION PROGRAMS WHEREAS, energy‐efficiency programs should be designed to save energy at less than the cost of purchasing it; and WHEREAS, with the exception of the low‐income weatherization program, all of Austin Energy’s 18 other energy‐efficiency programs are cost effective, with a positive economic Benefit/Cost ratio for Total Resource Cost; and WHEREAS, several of the energy‐efficiency incentive programs operated by Texas Gas Service are not cost effective, resulting in imprudent expenditures billed to Residential ratepayers in Central Texas of as much as $1.9 million a year, or about $8 a year per customer; and WHEREAS, the flat‐rate Conservation Adjustment Clause that is currently funding the Texas Gas Service energy‐efficiency programs is regressive. This regressive rate has a detrimental impact on the poor and discourages energy conservation compared to fees imposed on the volume of gas consumed; and WHEREAS, a rate to fund conservation programs that is renewed every year rather than every three years is likely to be more sensitive to market changes and necessary program adjustments; THEN BE IT RESOLVED, that the Resource Management Commission make the following recommendations to the Austin City Council. 1. No energy‐efficiency incentive program run by Texas Gas Service should have a Benefit/Cost ratio for Total Resource Cost lower than 1.0 unless the programs are designated specifically for low‐income customers or are pilot programs lasting no longer than one year. Cost effectiveness tests will be conducted by the staff that Austin Energy designates to conduct cost‐effectiveness for its own energy efficiency programs, with reimbursement from Texas Gas Service for City staff time. Programs that currently fail this Benefit/Cost benchmark include incentives in both existing and new Residential buildings for high‐efficiency central furnaces, tankless water heaters, and gas clothes dryers that replace gas clothes dryers. 2. Beginning in 2021, the Texas Gas Service Conservation Adjustment Clause should be funded by a one‐year tariff instead of a three‐year tariff. 3. Beginning in 2021, the Texas Gas Service Conservation Adjustment Clause should be funded by a surcharge on each unit of gas sold and not as a flat regressive monthly fee. 4. Beginning in 2022, Texas Gas Service should make the cost of all of its individual incentives transparent to the greatest extent possible while still protecting customer privacy.

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Oct. 19, 2021

Item 6: Draft Resolution for Establishment of Community Benefit Charge for Texas Gas Service original pdf

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DRAFT RESOLUTION FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF COMMUNITY BENEFIT CHARGE FOR TEXAS GAS SERVICE WHEREAS, Texas Gas Service and the other gas utilities that serve Austin have no effective plan for use of low‐carbon fuel; and WHEREAS, many types of biogenic gas such derived from landfills and composting are not cost‐effective compared to current gas prices for utility use, and serve as a diversion to pursue other gas alternatives; and WHEREAS, Research & Development are necessary to create “solar fuel” alternatives derived from wind and solar energy; and WHEREAS, there are gas utilities currently making R&D investments in low‐carbon alternatives; and WHEREAS, Texas Gas Service and the other gas utilities that serve Austin are not spending the amounts of money necessary to assist a substantial number of low‐ income customers with their bills; and WHEREAS, Austin Energy and Austin Water spend substantial amounts of money to provide equity in utility costs; and WHEREAS, equity in utility costs is one on the City of Austin’s core community values, and WHEREAS, Austin Energy has a Community Benefit Charge that includes clean energy funding as well as low‐income assistance; THEN BE IT RESOLVED, that the Resource Management Commission make the following recommendations to the Austin City Council. 1. The City of Austin, as Texas Gas Service’s primary regulator within the city limits, establish a Community Benefit Charge for the gas company that funds cost‐ effective energy‐efficiency programs, R&D for solar fuels; and customer assistance to income‐qualified low‐income customers. 2. Some of the money saved by elimination of funding for Residential energy‐ efficiency programs that are not cost effective be used to fund this Community Benefit Charge; and a similar Charge for Commercial and Industrial customers be established. 3. The City of Austin should begin the process of establishing a Community Benefit Charge for its customers of the other gas utilities that serve the Austin city limits, as well as identifying appropriate programs that will be funded in their service areas. 4. The City’s Office of Sustainability or Austin Energy’s Technology office will direct the expenditure of solar fuel R&D funds collected though this Charge. 5. Texas Gas Service will coordinate with the managers of Austin Energy’s Customer Assistance Program to reduce administrative costs and duplication of efforts for its bill assistance program. 6. The Community Benefit Charge will be funded by a one‐year tariff that is annually approved by City Council.

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Sept. 21, 2021

Austin Water Monthly Report original pdf

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RMC Monthly Report August 2021 FY21 Water Conservation Division City of Austin | Austin Water s t i n U f o r e b m u N 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 Residential Program Participation, FYTD FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 229 249 253 200 14 12 15 6 23 57 29 20 26 Watering Timer Irrigation Upgrade Irrigation Audits Home Water Use Monitoring Device Drought Survival Tools Rainwater Harvesting 153 114 108 69 59 155 119 122 127 21 13 11 15 WaterWise Landscape + Rainscape RMC Monthly Report – August 2021, FY21 02 s t i n U f o r e b m u N 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Commercial & Multifamily Program Participation, FYTD FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 54 17 8 11 1 0 3 2 3 2 0 0 5 3 2 1 Commercial Audit Commercial Process Rebates Commercial Kitchen Rebates Rainwater Harvesting RMC Monthly Report – August 2021, FY21 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, FYTD FY21 Total Budget Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 $420,000 $245,000 $122,992.51 $65,000 $16,480.60 $- Commercial Commercial Multi-Family Multi-Family Residential Residential RMC Monthly Report – July 2021, FY21 04 Water Waste/Watering Restrictions Enforcement Activity, FYTD Warnings Issued and 311 Reports 707 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 322 234 220 41 244 261 283 241 173 186 120 79 15 12 128 72 83 60 4 1 0 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Warnings 311 Reports Current Drought Response Stage: Conservation Stage RMC Monthly Report – August 2021, FY21 05 Regulated Compliance Program Activity, July 3115 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0 197 180 27 235 57 Commercial Facility Irrigation Assessments Commercial Vehicle Wash Facility Efficiency Assessment Cooling Tower Efficiency Assessments Compliant Non-Compliant RMC Monthly Report – August 2021, FY21 06 Total Public Outreach Activity, FYTD Number of Events FY20 FY21 45 Populations Reached FY20 FY21 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 22 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 0 8,575 3 0 1,722 1,560 0 Community Events School Presentations Community Events School Presentations RMC Monthly Report – August 2021, FY21 07 Total Social Media Activity, FYTD Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug s n …

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Sept. 21, 2021

Agenda original pdf

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RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMMISSION September 21, 2021 6:30 p.m. Austin Energy Headquarters; 1st Floor; Shudde Fath Conference Room 4815 Mueller Blvd., Austin, Texas 78723 AGENDA Members: Jonathan Blackburn, Chair (District 8) Kaiba White, Vice Chair (District 2) Vacant (District 1) Sam Angoori (District 3) Shane Johnson (District 4) Tom “Smitty” Smith (District 5) Louis Stone (District 6) Kelly Davis (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 CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: GENERAL Speakers must be present and will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Approve minutes of the August 17, 2021 Resource Management Commission meeting. NEW BUSINESS – CONSENT ( ) = Target Council Meeting Date; [ ] = RCA Type 2. 3. (9/30) [Austin Energy] Authorize issuance of energy efficiency program rebates by Austin Energy during Fiscal Year 2021-22, in an amount not to exceed $2,700,000 for multifamily energy efficiency rebates and $3,350,000 for commercial and small business energy efficiency rebates, for a total combined amount not to exceed $6,050,000. (9/30) [Austin Water] Approve a resolution authorizing Austin Water to continue a pilot program and issue incentives during Fiscal Year 2021-2022 for alternative onsite water reuse systems for large new commercial and multi-family developments under the utility’s new regulatory framework, in a total aggregate amount not to exceed $1,000,000, and not to exceed $500,000 for each individual project. STAFF REPORTS AND BRIEFINGS 4. Briefing from Texas Gas Service on weatherization, climate, and energy efficiency programs. T he 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 call (512) 322-6450 at least 48 hours before the meeting date. T TY users route through Relay T exas at 711. For more information on the Resource Management Commission , please call Natasha Goodwin (512) 322-6505. 5. Water Loss and Mitigation Briefing. 6. Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Customer Energy Solutions Proposed Budget Presentation. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS 7. Discuss potential future agenda items. ADJOURN T he 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 …

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Sept. 21, 2021

Customer Energy Solutions FY21 Savings Report original pdf

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Customer Energy Solutions FY21 YTD MW Savings Report As of August 2021 MW To Date 2.34 0.67 0.68 0.03 1.17 0.75 0.83 3.22 1.48 11.15 MW To Date 9.04 0.51 0.00 MW To Date 0.25 4.73 0.00 0.69 7.23 3.55 19.49 35.94 Percentage 90% 52% 127% 26% 67% 100% 69% 46% 59% Percentage 141% 256% 0% Percentage 45% 96% 47% 92% 44% 95% Participant Type Customers Customers Customers Participants Products Sold Apt Units Apt Units Customers Customers Participant Type Devices Devices Customers Customers Participant Type Customers Customers Customers Dwellings Dwellings 1,000 sf 1,000 sf MW Goal 2.60 1.30 0.53 0.10 1.75 0.75 1.20 7.00 2.50 17.73 MW Goal 6.40 0.20 2.00 MW Goal 0.56 4.92 0.00 1.45 7.86 8.00 20.45 43.24 Participants To Date MWh To Date Participants To Date MWh To Date 4,516.61 930.29 1,070.41 186.31 7,489.18 1,611.67 2,554.93 10,851.09 3,903.21 33,113.69 Rebate Budget $ 1,800,000 $ 1,000,000 $ 2,377,000 $ 200,000 $ 1,150,000 $ 900,000 $ 1,800,000 $ 2,250,000 $ 1,100,000 $ 12,577,000 Spent to Date $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 1,155,611 1,250,845 2,285,897 52,869 825,705 737,469 1,232,225 1,020,904 775,533 9,337,058 0 9 0 Rebate Budget $ 1,499,910 $ 200,000 $ 1,850,000 $ $ $ 824,450 458,992 663,103 8.67 $ 3,549,910 $ 1,946,545 389 6,183 0 2,118 18,642 9,104 52,910 89,347 Rebate Budget $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - 3,402 525 521 1,445 192,719 3,219 4,112 103 111 13,438 6,366 788 0 7,154 317 3,652 0 1,890 12,324 4,961 17,217 18,183 0 8.60 9.55 Participants To Date MWh To Date Spent to Date 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 and 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- Water Heater Timers++ DR- Load Coop DR- ERS (AE only) 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 Thermal Energy Storage TOTAL 0.00 0.00 0 $ - $ - MW Goal 69.57 MW To Date 56.65 Percentage …

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Sept. 21, 2021

Item 2: Austin Energy Efficiency Program Rebate RCA original pdf

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ITEM 2 Posting Language ..Tit le Authorize issuance of energy efficiency program rebates by Austin Energy during Fiscal Year 2021-22, in an amount not to exceed $2,700,000 for multifamily energy efficiency rebates and $3,350,000 for commercial and small business energy efficiency rebates, for a total combined amount not to exceed $6,050,000. ..D e Lead Department Austin Energy. Fiscal Note Funding is available in the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Operating Budget of Austin Energy. Prior Council Action: 20200917-002- Council approved the authorization of energy efficiency program rebates by Austin Energy during Fiscal Year 2020-21 for multifamily energy efficiency rebates and for commercial and small business energy efficiency rebates. For More Information: Jeff Vice, Director, Local Government Relations (512) 322-6087; Manuel Garza, Interim Director, Energy Efficiency Services (512) 972-9538. Council Committee, Boards and Commission Action: September 13, 2021 – The Electric Utility Commission was cancelled due to lack of quorum. September 21, 2021 – To be reviewed by the Resource Management Commission. Additional Backup Information: Austin Energy’s energy efficiency rebate programs provide customer incentives to reduce energy demand and associated costs, benefiting all electric utility customers and the utility. This authorization will allow Austin Energy to issue rebates to multifamily, commercial and small business customers during Fiscal Year 2021 - 2022 (FY22) for energy efficiency improvements in accordance with program guidelines and up to a combined amount of $6,050,000. The aggregate rebate approval request approved in FY20 and FY21 reflects our continued commitment to be responsive and flexible to customer needs by reducing the wait time needed to be reimbursed for energy efficiency upgrades. These customers will receive an average of three upgrades per unit (e.g., smart thermostats, lighting, solar screens, HVAC tune-up, etc.), helping to reduce their energy costs during the continued economic uncertainty. The aggregate approval ensures program continuity by assuring that contractors and property managers/owners would receive rebate funding promptly which is even more important in these uncertain economic times. As per current practice, Austin Energy staff will continue to provide a monthly report that summarizes the Commercial, Small Business, and Multifamily program pipeline (including leads, active, and paid projects). For all projects that will exceed $61,000 in rebates, the report will also include measures installed, expected savings, and other relevant data. Therefore, Austin Energy requests authorization to issue up to $2,700,000 in multifamily energy efficiency rebates and $3,350,000 in commercial and small business energy efficiency rebates during Fiscal Year …

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Sept. 21, 2021

Item 3: Austin Water Pilot Program RCA original pdf

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ITEM 3 Posting Language ..Tit le Approve a resolution authorizing Austin Water to continue a pilot program and issue incentives during Fiscal Year 2021-2022 for alternative onsite water reuse systems for large new commercial and multi-family developments under the utility’s new regulatory framework, in a total aggregate amount not to exceed $1,000,000, and not to exceed $500,000 for each individual project. ..D e Lead Department Austin Water. Fiscal Note Funding is available in the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Operating Budget of Austin Water. Prior Council Action: November 29, 2018 – City Council approved the Water Forward Plan on a 10-0 vote. December 11, 2019 – City Council voted to approve the Land Development Code Revision directing Austin Water to establish a regulatory program and an incentive program for onsite Water Reuse Systems on first reading on a 7-4 vote. February 13, 2020 – City Council voted to approve the Land Development Code Revision directing Austin Water to establish a regulatory program and an incentive program for Onsite Water Reuse Systems on second reading on a 7-4 vote. December 10, 2020 – City Council voted to approve an ordinance establishing City Code Chapter 15-13 relating to treatment, monitoring, and reporting regulations for Onsite Water Reuse Systems on a 10 -0 vote. April 22, 2021 – City Council voted to initially approve the Pilot Incentive Program for Onsite Water Reuse Systems for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 for the installation of alternative onsite water reuse systems up to a total aggregate amount of $1,000,000 and not to exceed $500,000 for each project on a 10-1 vote. For More Information: Inquiries can be directed to Austin Water Assistant Director Kevin Critendon at kevin.critendon@austintexas.gov or 512-972-0191, or Austin Water Division Manager Kevin Kluge at 512- 972-0400 or Kevin.Kluge@austintexas.gov, or Austin Water Division Manager Shwetha Pandurangi at Shwetha.pandurangi@austintexas.gov or 512-974-3514, or to the City Manager’s Agenda Office, at 512-974- 2991 or AgendaOffice@austintexas. Council Committee, Boards and Commission Action: September 1, 2021 – Recommended by the Water and Wastewater Commission on a 7-0 vote with Commissioners Musgrove, Fisher and Turrieta absent and one vacancy. September 21, 2021 – To be reviewed by the Resource Management Commission. Additional Backup Information: A recommendation in the 2018 Water Forward Plan (Plan) approved by city council included the development and adoption of an ordinance requiring the use of alternative onsite water for large, new commercial and multi-family development. The Plan included making this …

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Sept. 21, 2021

Item 5: Water Loss and Mitigation Briefing original pdf

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AUSTIN WATER Water Loss and Mitigation Briefing ITEM 5 Matt Cullen, P.E. September 21, 2021 Water Loss and Mitigation Briefing September 21, 2021 Overview: Austin Water’s water distribution system includes 3,965 miles of pipeline ranging in size from 2-inch diameter to 84-inch diameter pipes. While all water systems experience water loss, Austin Water has a multi- pronged approach to increase accuracy of our measurements and reduce sources of water loss in our system.  On-going participation in industry best practices and innovations  Fast response to reported leaks  Infrastructure renewal investments  Proactive detection and prevention Agenda  Measuring Water Loss  Performance Indicators for Water Loss  Austin Water Performance  Production Meter Validation Project  Strategies to Address Water Loss  Summary and Questions Measuring Water Loss  American Water Works Association methodology: Plant Production Meter Volumes Known and Estimated Water Use (metered-billed, fire fighting, flushing, etc.) Water Loss Performance Indicators  Infrastructure Leak Index (ILI)  Real Water Losses/Unavoidable Real Loss  Based on miles of main, system pressure, and number of connections  Benchmarks: • 1.0 – Theoretical perfection • 2.0 – Excellent performance • 3.0-5.0 – Texas Water Development Board suggested range Austin Water’s Performance Infrastructure Leakage Index Lead pipe 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 TWDB SUGGESTED RANGE FY 08 FY 09 FY 10 FY 11 FY 12 FY13 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020  ILI is within Texas Water Development Board’s suggested range  Total water loss is increasing Austin Water’s Performance Water Loss Metrics Comparison Lead pipe 25.0 20.0 15.0 10.0 5.0 0.0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 ILI Leaks/100 Miles of Main Industry Average Leaks/100 Miles of Main  ILI is not tracking the same as our other metrics Production Meter Validation Project  Consultant performed meter validation at all three plants (37 meters)  Preliminary take-aways: • Not all meters were calibrated correctly • Some plant meters have errors in excess of ±5% • Errors are variable • Impact on previous calculations are not clear  Action items: • Refine calibration procedures • Make recommended corrections and improvements • Repeat validation process after improvements are completed Strategies to Address Water Loss Response to reported leaks Percent of Leaks responded to in under 3 hours 100.0 90.0 80.0 70.0 60.0 50.0 40.0 30.0 20.0 10.0 …

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Sept. 21, 2021

Item 6: Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Customer Energy Solutions Proposed Budget Presentation original pdf

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FY 2022 CES Proposed Budget - Overview ITEM 6 Manuel “Manny” Garza III, PE Manager, Energy Efficiency Solutions September 21, 2021 © 2018 Austin Ene rgy Achieve Council-Established Goals Efficiency: Achieve energy efficiency savings equal to at least 1% per annum of retail sales, targeting a total of at least 1,200 MW Demand Side Management (DSM) by 2030 (of which 225 MW economic peak demand response capacity by 2030). Solar: 375 MW local solar by 2030 with 200 MW customer sited. Carbon Free: 86% of Austin Energy’s electricity generation will be carbon-free by year- end 2025, 93% will be carbon-free by ear-end 2030, and all generation resources will be carbon-free by 2035. Limited Income: Target serving at least 25,000 residential and business customer participants per year for all CES programs (Energy Efficiency, Austin Energy Green Building, Demand Response and Solar) with at least 25% of those customers being limited-income customers. 2 FY 2022 Customer Energy Solutions Budget Summary 140 130 120 110 100 90 80 s e e y o p m E l $ f o s n o i l l i M $50.0 $45.0 $40.0 $35.0 $30.0 $25.0 $20.0 $15.0 $10.0 $5.0 $0.0 $5.5 $16.9 $4.0 $18.1 Actual FY16Actual FY17Actual FY18Actual FY19Actual FY20 Amended FY21 Proposed FY22 O&M Budget Employees Labor and Benefits Contractuals Resource Plan to 2030 goals • FY22 proposed budget is in alignment with all Council and Generation Energy Efficiency Incentives Solar Program • Demand side management budget of $45M – 40 MW target; 1% annual savings of ~132,000 MWh • Solar incentive budget totals $5.25M – 12 MW target 3 On track to achieve 1,200 Megawatts (MW) of demand reduction savings and 375 MW of local solar by 2030. CBC - ENERGY EFFICIENCY INCENTIVES BUDGET COMPONENT CAP Weatherization D.I. CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (CAP) INCENTIVES AE Weatherization - D.I. Multi-Family Rebates Multi-Family WX-D.I. Loan Options Commercial-Existing Construction Small Businesses Res. Solar Program Comm Solar Performance Based Incentive Residential Power Partner-Aggr Load Coop Home Performance w Energy Star School Based Education Appliance Efficiency Program Water Heater Timers Direct Install Partners and Events SPUR Strategic Partnership w/Utilities & Retailers Municipal Conservation Program TOTAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY SERVICES INCENTIVES TOTAL INCENTIVES *as of 6/8/2021 FY 2021 FY 2022 APPROVED BUDGET $ 1,000,000 PROPOSED BUDGET* 1,000,000 VARIANCE PROPOSED FY22 TO APPROVED FY21 - $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ …

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Multifamily & Commercial Project Pipeline Monthly Report original pdf

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Multifamily & Commercial Project Pipeline – Monthly Report 9/9/2021 Figure 1: Commercial and Multifamily Project Pipeline Commercial and Small Business Multifamily 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 t n u o C t c e o r P j 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 t n u o C t c e o r P j 76 69 Multifamily Income Qualified Multifamily 12 2 28 12 288 208 98 Pre-Approval in Progress Approved: Installation FY21 Paid and Verification Pre-Approval in Progress Approved: Installation FY21 Paid and Verification Project Pipeline Notes: 1. Figures includes all leads and applications, regardless of estimated rebate amount. 2. “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. 3. “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. 4. “FY21 Projects Paid” includes projects in which the check or payment has been distributed to the customer in FY21 5. In coordination with the customer and contractor, Austin Energy periodically removes leads and new applications that do not proceed to Installation. 6. Multifamily COVID-19 Note: Multifamily projects are allowed to proceed. Tenant approval will be obtained for all interior upgrades. Projects will proceed in phases to limit contractor time spent in tenant spaces. 7. Commercial & Small Business COVID-19 Note: Program staff continue to process rebate payments. Inspections are proceeding with remote video software; limited in-person inspections occur when necessary. Multifamily & Commercial Project Pipeline – Monthly Report 9/9/2021 Table 1: Multifamily and Multifamily Income Qualified – Estimated RCA Project Pipeline (for estimated rebates >$62k) Program Latest Workflow Enrollment(s) # Location Name Installation Address Council District kW savings kWh savings $ Incentive Measures Planned Total # of Units Multifamily Income Qualified Multifamily Income Qualified Multifamily Income Qualified Multifamily Income Qualified Multifamily Income Qualified Paid 1209470, 1209471 Bridge at Terracina* 8100 N. MoPac Expressway 10 131.8 328,284 $174,708 Installation 2201 Montopolis Dr 3 216.0 593,241 $281,549 1231787, 1231196, 1231197 Trove Eastside* Bexley Anderson Mill Multifamily Paid 1212346 8601 Anderson Mill 6 272.0 666,441 $251,134 Multifamily Installation 1225046 7 248.0 514,514 $241,049 Park Crestview* 8220 Research Blvd Svrd SB Installation 1233990 4 141.1 311,145 $106,790 Palms on Lamar* 8600 …

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Sept. 21, 2021

Item 4: Texas Gas Service Energy Efficiency Programs original pdf

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Austin Resource Management Commission Jasmine King-Bush Energy Efficiency Program Supervisor Larry Graham Strategic Advocacy Manager Energy Efficiency Program 2022-2024 Conservation Adjustment Clause • Texas Gas Service will provide the City of Austin Resource Management Commission (“Commission”) or successor board or commission the proposed program selection and budget no later than 45 days prior to a budget filing. The Commission will review the program selection and budget, provide input and make a recommendation to the City of Austin. Public comment and/or input shall be heard by the Commission during these meetings. 2 Proposed 2022-24 Budget and Programs: Proposed Changes • Sunset: Annual Furnace Tune-Up rebate • Rebate Revision: Natural Gas Tankless Water Heaters - Residential Retrofit: reduce the rebate for the 0.82 UEF units from $650 to $400 - We will offer a new $650 rebate for the higher efficiency (0.93 UEF) tankless water heater - New Residential Construction: reduce rebate for the 0.82 UEF unit from $400 to $275 - We will offer a new $425 rebate for the higher efficiency (0.93 UEF) tankless water heater • Conservation Adjustment Charge reduction for residential customers from $1.19/mo. to $1.09/mo. 3 Questions 4

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Approved Minutes original pdf

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RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMMISSION MEETING MINUTES Tuesday, September 21, 2021 The Resource Management Commission convened in-person on Tuesday, September 21, 2021 in accordance with social distancing protocols necessitated by the COVID 19 pandemic. Commissioners in Attendance : Jonathon Blackburn, Chair (District 8); Kaiba White, Vice Chair (District 2); Shane Johnson (District 4); Louis Stone (District 6); Dana Harmon (District 9); Lisa Chavarria (Mayor) Vacancy (District 1) Commissioners Absent: Sam Angoori (District 3); Tom “Smitty” Smith (District 5) Kelly Davis (District 7), Rebecca Brenneman (District 10) CALL TO ORDER – Chair Blackburn called the meeting to order at 6:47 p.m. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: Paul Robbins- Texas Gas Service conservation programs. Consent Items: APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Approve minutes of the August 17, 2021 meeting. A motion to recommend was made on Commissioner Harmon’s motion, Commissioner Chavarria’s second; failed on a 4-1-1 vote, with Commissioner White voting against, Commissioner Stone abstaining, Commissioners Angoori, Brenneman, Davis, and Smith absent, and one vacancy. NEW BUSINESS – CONSENT ( ) = Target Council Meeting Date; [ ] = RCA Type 2. (9/30) [Austin Energy] Authorize issuance of energy efficiency program rebates by Austin Energy during Fiscal Year 2021-22, in an amount not to exceed $2,700,000 for multifamily energy efficiency rebates and $3,350,000 for commercial and small business energy efficiency rebates, for a total combined amount not to exceed $6,050,000. A motion to recommend was made on Commissioner White’s motion, Commissioner Harmon’s second; passed on a 6-0 vote, with Commissioners Angoori, Brenneman, Davis, and Smith absent, and one vacancy. 3. (9/30) [Austin Water] Approve a resolution authorizing Austin Water to continue a pilot program and issue incentives during Fiscal Year 2021-2022 for alternative onsite water reuse systems for large new commercial and multi-family developments under the utility’s new regulatory framework, in a total aggregate amount not to exceed $1,000,000, and not to exceed $500,000 for each individual project. A motion to recommend was made on Commissioner Harmon’s motion, Commissioner Chavarria’s second; failed on a 5-1 vote, with Commissioner Stone voting against, Commissioners Angoori, Brenneman, Davis, and Smith absent, and one vacancy. Page 1 of 2 STAFF REPORTS AND BRIEFINGS 4. Briefing from Texas Gas Service on weatherization, climate, and energy efficiency programs. Jasmine King-Bush, Energy Efficiency Program Supervisor presented the Energy Efficiency Programs Proposed Budget from Texas Gas Service along with Larry Graham, Community Relations Manager and Consultant Paul Raab. Consultant Jason Ketchum presented on weatherization and climate. …

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Austin Water Monthly Report original pdf

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RMC Monthly Report July 2021 FY21 Water Conservation Division City of Austin | Austin Water s t i n U f o r e b m u N 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 Residential Program Participation, FYTD FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 229 249 253 200 23 57 29 20 26 14 12 15 6 Watering Timer Home Water Use Monitoring Device Irrigation Upgrade Irrigation Audits Drought Survival Tools Rainwater Harvesting 153 114 108 69 59 155 119 122 127 21 13 11 15 WaterWise Landscape + Rainscape RMC Monthly Report – July 2021, FY21 02 s t i n U f o r e b m u N 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Commercial & Multifamily Program Participation, FYTD FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 54 17 8 11 1 0 3 2 2 2 0 0 1 1 Commercial Audit Commercial Process Rebates Commercial Kitchen Rebates Rainwater Harvesting RMC Monthly Report – July 2021, FY21 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, FYTD FY21 Total Budget Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 $420,000 $245,000 $113,958.08 $65,000 $16,480.60 $- Commercial Commercial Multi-Family Multi-Family Residential Residential RMC Monthly Report – July 2021, FY21 04 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 Water Waste/Watering Restrictions Enforcement Activity, FYTD Warnings Issued and 311 Reports 707 322 234 220 41 244 261 173 186 120 79 15 12 72 83 128 60 4 1 0 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Warnings 311 Reports Current Drought Response Stage: Conservation Stage RMC Monthly Report – July 2021, FY21 05 Regulated Compliance Program Activity, July 3083 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0 223 180 27 232 61 Commercial Facility Irrigation Assessments Commercial Vehicle Wash Facility Efficiency Assessment Cooling Tower Efficiency Assessments Compliant Non-Compliant RMC Monthly Report – July 2021, FY21 06 Total Public Outreach Activity, FYTD Number of Events FY20 FY21 45 Populations Reached FY20 FY21 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 22 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 0 8,575 2 0 1,722 1,560 0 Community Events School Presentations Community Events School Presentations RMC Monthly Report – July 2021, FY21 07 Total Social Media Activity, FYTD Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul s n o i t c a r …

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Customer Energy Solutions FY21 Savings Report original pdf

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Customer Energy Solutions FY21 YTD MW Savings Report As of July 2021 Percentage 77% 48% 116% 26% 62% 65% 66% 41% 34% Percentage 132% 256% 0% 47% 86% 37% 87% Participant Type Customers Customers Customers Participants Products Sold Apt Units Apt Units Customers Customers Participant Type Devices Devices Customers Customers Participant Type Customers Customers Customers Dwellings Dwellings 1,000 sf 1,000 sf 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 and 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- Water Heater Timers++ DR- Load Coop DR- ERS (AE only) 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 Thermal Energy Storage TOTAL CES MW Savings Grand TOTAL Residential Totals Commercial Totals MW Goal 2.60 1.30 0.53 0.10 1.75 0.75 1.20 7.00 2.50 17.73 MW Goal 6.40 0.20 2.00 MW Goal 0.56 4.92 0.00 1.45 7.86 8.00 20.45 43.24 0.00 MW Goal 69.57 20.31 49.26 MW To Date 2.00 0.62 0.62 0.03 1.09 0.48 0.79 2.89 0.85 9.37 MW To Date 8.43 0.51 0.69 6.72 2.94 17.86 32.77 0.00 19.13 31.94 8.60 8.94 MW To Date 0.24 4.32 Percentage 43% 88% Participants To Date MWh To Date Participants To Date MWh To Date 2,937 486 481 1,445 175,799 2,823 3,950 91 71 12,284 5,935 788 6,723 305 3,334 0 1,890 11,321 4,234 15,961 16,850 0 3,918.42 865.48 974.76 186.31 6,795.16 984.27 2,448.34 9,754.76 2,296.88 28,224.36 Rebate Budget $ 1,800,000 $ 1,000,000 $ 2,377,000 $ 200,000 $ 1,150,000 $ 900,000 $ 1,800,000 $ 2,250,000 $ 1,100,000 $ 12,577,000 Spent to Date $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 984,444 1,165,478 2,029,774 52,869 668,278 486,335 1,198,275 853,231 424,891 7,863,576 9 Rebate Budget $ 1,499,910 $ 200,000 $ 1,850,000 $ $ $ 768,420 420,232 338,318 8.67 $ 3,549,910 $ 1,526,970 376 5,645 2,118 17,537 7,550 48,768 81,994 Rebate Budget $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - 0 $ - $ - Participants To Date MWh To Date Spent to Date MW To Date 51.08 Percentage Participant Type …

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Multifamily & Commercial Project Pipeline Monthly Report original pdf

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Multifamily & Commercial Project Pipeline – Monthly Report 8/6/2021 Figure 1: Commercial and Multifamily Project Pipeline Commercial and Small Business Multifamily 286 133 162 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 t n u o C t c e o r P j 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 t n u o C t c e o r P j 77 67 Multifamily Income Qualified Multifamily 10 3 24 11 Pre-Approval in Progress Approved: Installation FY21 Paid and Verification Pre-Approval in Progress Approved: Installation FY21 Paid and Verification Project Pipeline Notes: 1. Figures includes all leads and applications, regardless of estimated rebate amount. 2. “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. 3. “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. 4. “FY21 Projects Paid” includes projects in which the check or payment has been distributed to the customer in FY21 5. In coordination with the customer and contractor, Austin Energy periodically removes leads and new applications that do not proceed to Installation. 6. Multifamily COVID-19 Note: Multifamily projects are allowed to proceed. Tenant approval will be obtained for all interior upgrades. Projects will proceed in phases to limit contractor time spent in tenant spaces. 7. Commercial & Small Business COVID-19 Note: Program staff continue to process rebate payments. Inspections are proceeding with remote video software; limited in-person inspections occur when absolutely necessary. Multifamily & Commercial Project Pipeline – Monthly Report 8/6/2021 Table 1: Multifamily and Multifamily Income Qualified – Estimated RCA Project Pipeline (for estimated rebates >$62k) Program Latest Workflow Enrollment(s) # Location Name Installation Address Council District kW savings kWh savings $ Incentive Measures Planned Total # of Units Multifamily Income Qualified Paid 1209470, 1209471 Bridge at Terracina 8100 N. MoPac Expressway 10 131.8 328,284 $174,708 Multifamily Income Qualified Installation 1231787, 1231196, 1231197 Trove Eastside* 2201 Montopolis Dr 3 216.0 593,241 $281,549 Multifamily Installation 1212346 6 272.0 666,441 $231,549 Bexley Anderson Mill* 8601 Anderson Mill Multifamily Installation 1225046 7 248.0 514,514 $241,049 Park Crestview* 8220 Research Blvd Svrd SB Multifamily Income Qualified Palms on Lamar 8600 N LAMAR BLVD Austin, TX 78753 Installation 1233990 4 141.1 311,145 …

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