This is the most comprehensive quantitative and qualitative assessment of the current energy and environmental market place now available. The report is based on a survey of AEE's approximately 8,000 members of whom 1,170 responded. The 4-section report covers an industry overview , a salary survey, demand-side management market activities, and cogeneration and independent power production activities. The first section compiles ratings of the effectiveness of specific types of energy conservation equipment. Survey participants were asked what types fo energy management equipment had already been installed by their organization, what specific savings were achieved, and what equipment they planned to add over the next 12 months. Other responses evaluated factors which drive the energy and environmental marketplace, including legislative and regulatory mandates, utility programs, and fuel availability and pricing. The DSM section reports on the specific impact of utility incentive/rebate programs, including what aspects of available DSM programs had the greatest economic impact. The final section examines the impact of EPA on cogeneration and independent power activities, reports on current and projected expenditures for cogeneration and IPP equipment, and assesses current trends in utility attitudes toward cogeneration and facilitation of transmission access to non-utility power producers.
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