Achieving Zero Net Energy Goals in California

Wednesday, March 12, 2014, 9:00am - 12:00pm PST/ Streamed Panel Discussion 9:30am - 11:30am PST/ 12:30pm - 2:30pm EST/ 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM (Paris-Brussels)

Meeting in San Francisco

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California’s Zero Net Energy Building goals are among the most progressive in the world. California’s Long Term Energy Efficiency Strategic Plan includes statewide goals to have all new homes achieve zero net energy by 2020, and for all new commercial buildings to achieve zero net energy by 2030. Residential and Commercial Zero Net Energy Action Plans have involved extensive inputs from a variety of public and private sector stakeholders over many years.

 

The focus of the panel will be how the California program environment needs to evolve to help push the state towards its ambitious ZNEB goals. Some of the issues we would like to address:

  • The appropriateness of the current Total Resource Cost (TRC) test to the ZNEB paradigm
  • Issues of measure life and how they will be calculated for ZNEB-based projects
  • The rule that precludes efficiency projects from counting savings attributable to renewables
  • The role of deemed programs and performance-based (Energy Use Intensity-based) programs in a ZNEB-focused paradigm
  • How evaluation must evolve to match, particularly with regards to persistence and behavioral issues


Prior to the panel discussion, we’ll have an interactive group discussion of alternatives for public-private collaborative task force action. Prior meetings identified a possible area for collaborative effort for the group: to provide education and training for ZNEB professionals working in the commercial sector. We will discuss the possibilities for pursuing this alternative, as well as other alternatives for collaborative action.

 

Agenda:


9:00 – 9:30 AM: Networking
9:30 -- 10:00 AM: ZNEB Task Force Discussion of Alternatives for Collaborative Action
10:00 – 11:30 AM: Panel Discussion on Evolving California ZNEB Programs
11:30 – Noon: Networking

 

Accepted registrants will be provided the specific location upon registration.

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67 personnes sont présentes à cette réunion, parmi lesquelles :
Will attend in person Via streaming
Coolerado Corporation
Product and Marketing Manager
Asan Construction and Consul
Owner
PGE
Program Manager
Ernst & Young
Manager
California Energy Commission
Program Manager - Energy Storage
San Francisco Dept of Enviro
Climate and Energy Programs Manager
PG&E
Principal Strategic Analyst
self-employed
self-employed
TRC Energy Services
Senior Project Manager
The Southern California Gas
Energy Efficiency Strategic Planning
Calif. Public Utilities Comm
Special Advisor for Energy Efficiency
City of Cambridge
Sustainability Planner
Bernheim+Dean, Inc.
Principal
EDF
Ingénieur-chercheur
HOK
Architect
Johnson Controls
Open Innovation Manager
JCEEP
Executive Administrator
Energy Project Finance
Principal
CPUC
Analyst
Agrion
Data and Content Manager - West Coast
Glober Associates
Green Building and Land Use Research
Dian Grueneich Consulting
Regulatory Analyst
National Institute of Buildi
Program Director
aspenair
CEO
Itron
Principal Energy Consultant
BayREN
Program Manager
Architectural Energy Corpora
Associate Engineer
IDEAbuilder
Director of Tech Tools
EDF R&D
Research Engineer
SF Dept. of the Environment
Green Building
Richard Heath and Associates
Manager, Strategic Planning and Research
Emerging Ecologies
Director/Principal
PG&E
Sr. Regultory Analyst
California Public Utilities
Regulatory Analyst
kW Engineering
President
Southern California Gas Comp
Program Development and Market Strategy Manager
Resource Refocus LLC
Principal
Livingston Energy Innovation
President
Pacific Gas and Electric Com
Sr. Manager, Energy Efficiency Strategy
Earth Institute
Program Coordinator
BuildingIQ
VP BD
Research Into Action
Principal
Agrion
Writer and Digital Content Manager
Spectrum Energy Development
President
CPUC
Program Supervisor
Energy & Resource Solutions
Sr Director Business Development
Energy Solutions
Vice President
EDF R&D
Resident Researcher at EPRI
Californa Public Utilities C
Senior Policy Analyst
CPUC
Regulatory Analyst
Swinerton Builders
Director of Sustainability
ERS
Senior Consultant
Interface Engineering
Principal
Gap Inc.
Manager, Global Sustainability
Off The Grid Design, LLC; Mi
CEO, principle; Founder
Autodesk
Product Manager
PG&E
Director, Residential Energy Efficiency
Hill & Co.
Realtor and Developer
ICLEI-USA
Program Manager
HDR Inc
Sr. Energy Analyst
CalCERTS, Inc
Director of Marketing & Business Development
Syserco Energy Solutions
Principal
City/County of San Francisco
Renewables Associate
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U.C. Davis Policy Institute
Graduate Researcher
Google
Investment Counsel
EDF
R&D Engineer
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Cathy Fogel
California Public Utilities Commission
Senior Analyst, Residential Demand Side Programs Section
Meg Waltner
NRDC
Manager, Building Energy Policy
Janice Berman
PG&E
Senior Director of Energy Efficiency Strategy
James McKenzie
AEC Verge
Executive Director
Animateur(s)
Michael Rovito
ERS
Senior Consultant