Table 10.4. Demand-Side Management Program Incremental Effects by Program
Category, by Sector, 2009 through 2012 (Table Discontinued)

Year Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation Total
Energy Efficiency - Energy Savings (Thousand MWh)
2009 5,030 4,959 2,918 1 12,907
2010 6,492 5,325 1,771 5 13,592
2011 9,989 8,166 3,261 6 21,421
2012 9,531 8,924 3,019 4 21,478
Energy Efficiency - Actual Peak Load Reduction (MW)
2009 1,849 1,044 827 1 3,721
2010 1,378 1,053 783 1 3,215
2011 1,628 1,545 800 1 3,974
2012 1,775 1,562 426 1 3,764
Load Management - Energy Savings (Thousand MWh)
2009 34 21 10 -- 65
2010 13 21 12 -- 46
2011 29 86 21 -- 135
2012 20 14 7 -- 41
Load Management - Potential Peak Load Reduction (MW)
2009 1,922 1,971 2,127 22 6,042
2010 1,976 1,171 2,087 -- 5,234
2011 1,324 1,327 1,392 -- 4,043
2012 1,369 1,155 2,833 1 5,357
Load Management - Actual Peak Load Reduction (MW)
2009 793 781 648 3 2,224
2010 666 948 1,095 -- 2,709
2011 817 619 625 -- 2,062
2012 686 737 1,248 * 2,671

2012 was the last year this data was collected.
Transportation data is not available before 2003.
Previously, large and small respondents were published separately, now they are combined.
Non-Utility DSM Administrators are included in the 2011 data. See technical notes for list.
Totals may not equal sum of components because of independent rounding.
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Form EIA-861, "Annual Electric Power Industry Report."