Qualifying Energy Efficiency Measures (EEMs) definition

Qualifying Energy Efficiency Measures (EEMs) means either (i) standard gas or electric EEMs (i.e., measures found on any of the Standard Initiative applications); or (ii) measures eligible under the Custom Initiative approved by Ameren Illinois; or (iii) measures found in the Streetlighting or Retro-commissioning Initiative as identified in official program materials found on the Ameren Illinois Energy Efficiency website. The following technologies are not Qualifying EEMs: (i) technologies that do not demonstrate measurable and verifiable energy savings, including power conditioning; (ii) technologies that displace electrical energy use or natural gas to another fuel (i.e. fuel switching); or (iii) renewable energy projects (solar, wind power, etc.). Eligible gas measures do not include propane or butane measures.
Qualifying Energy Efficiency Measures (EEMs) means either (i) standard gas or electric EEMs (i.e., measures found on any of the Standard Initiative applications: Lighting, VFD, HVAC, Specialty Equipment, Steam Trap, and Leak Survey and Repair); or (ii) measures eligible under the Custom Initiative approved by Ameren Illinois; or (iii) measures found in the Streetlighting or Retro-commissioning Initiative as identified in official program materials found on the Ameren Illinois Energy Efficiency website. Technologies that purport to save energy through reduction of voltage, demand, or power conditioning are not Qualifying EEMs. EEMs that displace electrical energy use or natural gas to another fuel (i.e., fuel switching proposals) are not Qualifying EEMs. Other than geothermal projects, renewable energy projects (solar, wind power, etc.) are also not eligible for incentives under this program. Unless explicitly pre-approved, EEMs must be new and covered by warranties. Natural Gas (gas) incentives do not include propane or butane measures.
Qualifying Energy Efficiency Measures (EEMs) means either (i) Standard gas or electric EEMs (measures found on any of the Standard Programs project guides: Lighting, VFD, HVAC, Refrigeration, Lodging, Agriculture, Grocery, and Commercial Kitchens); or (ii) measures eligible under the Custom Program (including the Feasibility Study incentives) approved by Ameren Illinois; (iii) measures found in the retro-commissioning program, including Steam Trap Leak Survey and Repair, as identified in official program materials found on the ActOnEnergy website; or (iv) measures eligible under the New Construction program approved by Ameren Illinois. Technologies that purport to save energy through reduction of voltage, demand, or power conditioning are not Qualifying EEMs. EEMs that displace electrical energy use or natural gas to another fuel (i.e., fuel switching proposals) are not Qualifying EEMs. Other than geothermal projects, renewable energy projects (solar, wind power, etc.) are also not eligible for incentives under this program. Unless explicitly pre-approved, EEMs must be new and covered by warranties. The HVAC and refrigeration tune-up program eligibility requirements are specified in their respective project guides. Natural Gas (gas) incentives do not include propane or butane measures.

Related to Qualifying Energy Efficiency Measures (EEMs)

  • Energy efficiency measure means equipment, devices, or materials intended to decrease energy consumption, including, but not limited to, upgrades to a building envelope such as insulation and glazing; improvements in heating, ventilating and cooling systems; automated energy control systems; improved lighting, including daylighting; energy‑recovery systems; combined heat and power systems; or another utility cost‑savings measure approved by the governing body.

  • COVID-19 Measures means any quarantine, “shelter in place”, “stay at home”, workforce reduction, social distancing, shut down, closure or sequester order, guideline, recommendation or Law, or any other applicable Laws, guidelines or recommendations by any Governmental Entity in connection with or in response to COVID-19.

  • Energy efficiency means the ratio of output of performance, service, goods or energy, to input of energy;

  • Energy conservation measure means a training program or facility alteration designed to reduce energy consumption or operating costs and includes:

  • Energy efficiency program means a program that reduces the total amount of electricity that is

  • high-efficiency cogeneration means cogeneration meeting the criteria laid down in Annex II;

  • renewable energy sources means renewable sources such as small hydro, wind, solar including its integration with combined cycle, biomass, bio fuel cogeneration, urban or municipal waste and other such sources as approved by the MNRE;

  • Regional economic integration organization means an organization constituted by sovereign States of a given region to which its member States have transferred competence in respect of matters governed by this Convention and which has been duly authorized, in accordance with its internal procedures, to sign, ratify, accept, approve or accede to this Convention;

  • Net energy metering means the difference between the kilowatt-hours consumed by a customer-generator and the kilowatt-hours generated by the customer- generator's facility over any time period determined as if measured by a single meter capable of registering the flow of electricity in two directions.

  • Renewable Energy Source means an energy source that is not fossil carbon-based, non- renewable or radioactive, and may include solar, wind, biomass, geothermal, landfill gas, or wave, tidal and thermal ocean technologies, and includes a Certified Renewable Energy Source.

  • Energy Use Intensity (EUI means the kBTUs (1,000 British Thermal Units) used per square foot of gross floor area.

  • Student growth objective means an academic goal that teachers and designated supervisors set for groups of students.

  • Renewable energy system means a fixture, product, device, or interacting group of fixtures, products, or devices on the customer's side of the meter that use 1 or more renewable energy resources to generate electricity. Renewable energy system includes a biomass stove but does not include an incinerator or digester.

  • Rechargeable Electrical Energy Storage System (REESS) means the rechargeable energy storage system that provides electric energy for electrical propulsion.

  • Energy efficiency project means an energy efficiency measure or combination of measures undertaken in accordance with a standard offer or market transformation program.

  • Stormwater management measure means any practice, technology, process, program, or other method intended to control or reduce stormwater runoff and associated pollutants, or to induce or control the infiltration or groundwater recharge of stormwater or to eliminate illicit or illegal non-stormwater discharges into stormwater conveyances.