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2023 SCE C&S Planning and Coordination Key Initiatives Report

Project Number SCE24PC0001 Organization SCE End-use Cooking Equipment, HVAC, Miscellaneous, Other, Plug Load, Plug Loads and Appliances, Water Heating/DHW/HPWH Sector Cross Cutting Project Year(s) 2023 - 2023

This document is a report on the Southern California Edison (SCE) Codes and Standards (C&S) Planning and Coordination (P&C) subprogram key initiatives for 2023.  The P&C subprogram aims to support California's energy transition and decarbonization goals by coordinating and integrating key initiatives across various IOU and non-IOU programs, utility organizations, and code-setting agencies.  The report highlights the P&C subprogram's achievements, activities, and ongoing efforts in five key element areas: decarbonization, grid harmonization, code harmonization, strategic planning and coordination, and program coordination.  Some of the notable projects and initiatives that the P&C subprogram advanced or supported in 2023 include the Advanced Water Heating Initiative, the Building Inventory GIS (BIG) Database, the Bottoms Up Grid Model Advanced Profiles (BUGMAP) Tool, the Building Performance Standards Coordination, the Architecture at Zero Competition, and the 2023 ET Summit.  The report also outlines the P&C subprogram's plans and priorities for 2024 and beyond, such as refining the BUGMAP tool, enhancing the Building Energy Modeling capabilities, developing market tracking readiness levels, and hosting the 2024 ET Summit.


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The ETCC is funded in part by ratepayer dollars and the California IOU Emerging Technologies Program, the IOU Codes & Standards Planning & Coordination Subprograms, and the Demand Response Emerging Technologies (DRET) Collaborative programs under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission. The municipal portion of this program is funded and administered by Sacramento Municipal Utility District and Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.