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achieving maximum penetration additional units attributable attributable to demonstration attributable to project audit Barriers addressed Benefit-Cost Ratios Benefits directly attributable benefits per unit California Energy Commission Caltrans concept paper continue without PVEA Costs for achieving demonstration effects Direct Energy Benefits/Year Direct Net Benefits ECIP eligible Energy Assistance Program energy conservation Energy Saved existing project fuel funded after PVEA government and utility Home Energy Assistance households Included under administration Income Home Energy income Lower income income Median income income Very low Installation Leveraged lifetime of benefits LIHEAP loan Low Income Home low income Lower Lower income Median Median income Moderate million Moderate income Natural gas Number of additional Number of units Phone number Programmatic gaps filled project benefits Proposal PVEA funds needed PVEA program PVEA Request PWEA Sources Statewide benefits Statewide Direct Energy system peak demand Total Type of Energy type of unit utility programs weatherization