|Title||Marginal Energy Prices Report|
|LBNL Report Number||LBNL-46625|
|Year of Publication||1999|
|Authors||Chaitkin, Stuart, Peter J. Biermayer, Sarah E. Bretz, Stephen R. Brown, Sachu Constantine, and Diane C. Fisher|
|Date Published||June 24|
|Publisher||Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory|
This report responds to a recommendation from the Department of Energy's (DOE) Advisory Committee on Appliance Energy Efficiency Standards. It presents the derivation of estimated consumer marginal energy prices for the commercial and residential sectors for use in the life-cycle cost (LCC) analyses for four of the high priority appliances' energy efficiency standards rule makings—clothes washers, water heaters,fluorescent lamp ballasts, and central air-conditioners/heat pumps. Marginal prices as discussed here are those prices consumers pay (or save) for their last units of energy used (or saved). Marginal prices reflect a change in a consumer's bill (that might be associated with new energy efficiency standards) divided by the corresponding change in the amount of energy the consumer used.
Formal Report, Domotechnica: Appliance Engineering Conference, March 7-9, 2001