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California Statewide Gas Emerging Technologies Program

Submitted by sstambaugh on Fri, 12/03/2021 - 16:01

The Statewide Gas Emerging Technologies Program (GET), is a collaboration between California’s investor owned utilities to advance promising energy-efficient technologies. The program aims to identify and evaluate currently commercially available technologies, and further market readiness of promising concepts that may be ready in three to five years. These proposals will be evaluated as potential measures for future energy-efficient programs.

Working with cross functional stakeholders, the GET program will source and screen technologies, gather necessary technical and savings potential data, identify key market barriers to adoption, and develop strategies to overcome these barriers.

Current projects include:

Research and Analyzation of Water Heating Technology Market & Current Trends

Evaluation of Water Heater Technologies

Research and Analyze Commercial Foodservice Technologies

Boiler Related EE Measure Assessment Study

Hydrogen Readiness Labeling of Gas Appliances


Have an emerging technology you’d like to propose?

Visit the Propose an Idea page for more information and online submission form.


Upcoming Program Events

Improving the Performance of Wall Furnaces in California

When: March 24, 2023

11:00 am –12:00 pm PST

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Join Dr. Lisa Gartland, Project Manager with GTI Energy for a webinar on Improving the Performance of Wall Furnaces in California, which is a project designed to yield gas savings by replacing existing wall furnaces with more efficient retrofit models.

This webinar covers information about furnace performance, operation, emissions, and indoor air quality from laboratory testing and field monitoring of baseline and retrofit wall furnaces.


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