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|Process Evaluations of NYSERDA Energy $mart Programs||New York State Energy Research and Development Authority||2010|
|USDOE Evaluation Support||Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory||2010|
|China Motor System Energy Conservation Project Process Evaluation||United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)||2004|
|Process Evaluations of NYSERDA Energy $mart Programs||New York State Energy Research and Development Authority||2003|
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Research Into Action has led comprehensive process evaluations of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority's (NYSERDA) residential, business and institutional, and research and development (R&D) programs since 2003. Every year, we prioritize the programs and develop an action plan. In 2003, we focused on the Low-Income Multifamily Housing, Distributed Generation, Technical Assistance, and Commercial New Construction programs. We also assisted in the development of a cycle-time tracking process. In 2004, we evaluated the ENERGY STAR Products, ENERGY STAR Labeled Home, Home Performance with ENERGY STAR, and the Commercial/Industrial programs, and conducted a cross-cutting evaluation of nine business-sector programs targeted at mid-market actors. In 2005 and 2006, we evaluated the following business and institutional programs: Commercial HVAC, Commercial/Industrial Performance, Energy Audit, FlexTech, New Construction, New York ENERGY STAR Loan Fund, Peak Load Reduction, Business Partners Program: Motor Systems, Small Commercial Lighting, Smart Equipment Choices, and Technical Assistance. We also evaluated the following residential programs: ENERGY STAR Labeled Homes, ENERGY STAR Products, Home Performance and Assisted Home Performance with ENERGY STAR, Keep Cool, Residential ENERGY STAR Marketing, and Residential Comprehensive Energy Management. Low-Income programs were: Assisted Multifamily, Low-Income Direct Installation, and the Weatherization Network Initiative. We also evaluated the Wholesale Renewables/End-Use Renewables, and Distributed Generation/Combined Heat and Power programs. Finally, we continued our work on the cross-cutting business-sector programs, and examined the coordination of business and institutional programs. In 2007 and 2008, we provided evaluations of the Clean Energy Photovoltaic, EmPower New York, Energy $mart Communities, Enhanced Commercial/Industrial Performance, Multi-Family Building Performance, Residential Loan Fund and Financing, and Single-Family Home Performance programs. For 2009 and 2010 we conducted process evaluations of the following programs: Compact Fluorescent Lights; Commercial New Construction; EmPower; Energy$mart Communities; Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation and Protection; FlexTech; Focus on Energy and Business Partners; Industrial Project; and a portfolio review of the R&D solicitation process.