Estimation of net savings from energy-conservation programs
Kenneth Train ()
Energy, 1994, vol. 19, issue 4, 423-441
Several methods for estimating net savings are described. Appropriate methods are distinguished from inappropriate ones on logical grounds. To illustrate the concepts, each method is applied to a simulated data set for which the true saving is known. The appropriate methods yield estimates that are close to the true value while inappropriate methods do not.
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