California Commercial End-Use Survey (CEUS)
The California Commercial End-Use Survey (CEUS, pronounced "soos" like Dr. Seuss) is a comprehensive study of commercial sector energy use, primarily designed to support the state's energy demand forecasting activities. A stratified random sample of 2,790 commercial facilities was collected from the service areas of Pacific Gas and Electric, San Diego Gas & Electric, Southern California Edison, Southern California Gas Company, and the Sacramento Municipal Utility District. The sample was stratified by utility service area, climate region, building type, and energy consumption level.
For each utility service area, floor stocks, fuel shares, electric and natural gas consumption, energy-use indices (EUIs), energy intensities, and 16-day hourly end-use load profiles were estimated for twelve common commercial building type categories.
Download the CEUS Project Final Report.
Publication # CEC-400-2006-005, March 2006, posted 8/1/06.
(Acrobat PDF file, 339 pages, 9.8 megabytes - Note size!)
Download Appendices A to J to the CEUS Project Final Report.
Publication # CEC-400-2006-005-APA, March 2006, posted 8/1/06.
(Acrobat PDF file, 232 pages, 3.6 megabytes - Note size!)
For more information, please contact:
California Energy Commission