Working groups will present "their" technology at each of these four events, addressing core characteristics asked about in TAG Scorecard surveys:
Energy Savings - How significant and reliable are the energy savings per unit?
Non-Energy Benefits - How great are the non-energy advantages for the end user for adopting this technology?
Technology Readiness -How ready are the product(s) and providers to scale up for widespread use in the Pacific Northwest?
Ease of Adoption - How easy is it for the end user to change to the proposed technology?
Value - Considering all costs and all benefits, how good of a buy is this technology for the owner?
and in the BPA Scorecard
Energy Savings - How measurable are the energy savings per unit? Consider BPA/RTF approval.
Cost-Effectiveness - How great do you expect the potential total resource cost (TRC) cost-effectiveness of this technology to be?
Regional Potential - How likely is this to scale up to significant regional energy savings within five years?
Implementation - How easily can BPA and other stakeholders in the region design and implement a cost-effective delivery program for this technology?
Current Opportunity - To what extent is this a timely opportunity for BPA engagement?
All TAG members will have the opportunity to reply to the TAG Scorecard survey at these events.