Energy efficiency hernia lumbar cie 10 potential studies catalog department of energy

The studies compiled below represent publically available energy efficiency potential studies undertaken since 2007, but do not represent a reconciled set of analyses 2. With a variety of sponsoring organizations and consultants undertaking these efforts and a range of ways in which these studies are escoliosis lumbar consecuencias used, assumptions, methodologies and coverage also differ. Highlighted below are the types of differences among the studies, which make comparisons across studies inappropriate for most purposes:

• Projection methods: Different models are used to forecast savings over time cirugia de hernia de disco lumbar l5 s1. While some models evaluate savings from individual technologies and assess cost-effectiveness on a yearly basis, others look at average potential savings across a sector or estimate savings based on similar studies.

The explicit inclusion of naturally occurring savings also differs between estenosis lumbar soluciones studies.

• Annual potential savings rate: A few potential studies report an annual savings percentage (as a proportion of electricity sales) for the study period; however, many do not provide this information. To provide an illustrative common metric across studies in the catalog, the summary table below provides a calculated annual potential savings rate or the rate that was reported directly in publication. The annual savings rate was calculated based upon the total savings percentage in the columna vertebral lumbar final year of the study relative to the study’s baseline forecasted sales, divided by the number of years included in the study.

3 Economic and achievable potential are defined relative to the theoretical escoliosis lumbar dextroconvexa maximum, known as the technical potential. Technical energy efficiency potential is the total energy that could be saved by any efficiency measures, without consideration of cost or willingness of users to adopt the measures. Economic potential is the subset of technical potential that is considered cost-effective compared to a supply-side energy resource alternative (i.e., energy generation). Achievable potential, a subset of technical potential, is the energy savings that could be realistically achieved given real-world constraints, including market and programmatic barriers. 4 GWh – Gigawatt-hours. Where savings were not reported directly, savings were calculated either using applicable reported percentages or converting from average megawatt (aMW). 5 Average annual savings rate was contractura lumbar izquierda calculated by dividing the total cumulative savings percentage over the period of study by the number of years in the study; the initial year of study was assumed to be the baseline. 6 Sectors include radiografia dorsolumbar: residential (R), commercial (C), industrial (I), irrigation (Ir), agriculture (A), mining (M), street lighting (where specifically called out as a sector) (S), military (M), water/wastewater (W), government (G), distribution (D) and behavior (B), retrocommissioning and operational (BRO) as indicated. 7 Several northwest potential studies, as noted here, filter first for achievability and then for cost-effectiveness to determine economic potential. These studies are noted as “achievable potential” in this catalog to align with the characterization used in this table where technical potential economic potential escoliosis dorsal izquierda achievable potential. 8 Note: Potential does not include codes and standards.