California is one step closer to implementing the 2019 Title-24 Energy Standards, a formula for Zero Net Energy (ZNE) for residential buildings and more stringency for non-residential buildings on the path to 2030. The implementation path for ZNE, the metrics used, and the discussion around impacts to the utility infrastructure have all evolved quickly.
At this event a group of exceptional speakers will present updates to California’s building energy efficiency standards for ZNE and compare that with the California ZERO Code from Architecture 2030 and other references. The session will include discussion of electrification as a path to achieve carbon reductions in buildings, and how this will impact the grid in terms of energy storage and grid harmonization. Participants will discuss paths to decarbonize existing electric systems, such as community scale solar and community choice aggregation. The session will conclude with a panel discussion to allow for dialogue and audience participation.
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
PG&E Pacific Energy Center 851 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA
Also by live webcast
This event is free and open to the public, and available as an on-site seminar and live webinar. It is co-sponsored by the ASHRAE Golden Gate Chapter, Center for the Built Environment, and the PG&E Pacific Energy Center.
Senior Policy Advocate, Center For Energy Efficiency Standards, Climate & Clean Energy Program, NRDC
Pierre Delforge joined NRDC in 2010 after a 20-year career in the high-tech industry. At NRDC, he works on policies to accelerate the clean energy transition in buildings, with a focus on energy efficiency in plug-in equipment and on the decarbonization of fossil gas end uses, such as space and water heating. Previously, Delforge was lead energy and climate strategist for Hewlett-Packard’s sustainability group. He began his career in the United Kingdom and France before moving to Silicon Valley in 2004. He holds degrees in computer science from Cambridge University and L’Ecole Centrale Paris. He is based in San Francisco.
Charles Eley, FAIA, PE
Charles Eley is an architect, mechanical engineer, and author with 40 years of experience in energy efficient and sustainable design. His latest book is
Design Professional’s Guide to Zero Net Energy Buildings (Island Press 2016). During his career, Mr. Eley has made significant contributions to the California energy standards, ASHRAE Standard 90.1, and energy codes in Hong Kong, Hawaii, Guam, American Samoa and Australia. Mr. Eley worked as the lead consultant to the California Energy Commission to update the state energy efficiency standards for five code update cycles. Mr Eley currently writes, serves on non-profit boards, provides specialized consulting, and teaches classes on building energy efficiency and green technologies.
Erik Kolderup PE, LEED AP, BEMP
Principal, Kolderup Consulting
Erik Kolderup provides consulting services focusing on energy efficient design of commercial and institutional buildings. He identifies and evaluates design alternatives to optimize the integrated performance of a building’s systems. He employs computer simulation tools and other analysis methods to assist building designers in planning, designing, and specifying high performance systems. His experience covers envelope, lighting, daylighting, natural ventilation, and HVAC systems. His special interest is developing integrated design strategies for natural ventilation and daylighting. Mr. Kolderup is based in San Francisco, California and has provided sustainability and energy consulting services since 1990. Mr. Kolderup started Kolderup Consulting in 2007.
Hormoz Janssens, PE, LEEP AP
Managing Principal, Interface Engineering, San Francisco
Hormoz Janssens is a Principal and Project Manager at Interface Engineering. Obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering at University of Iowa, he brings over 20 years of experience in mechanical system design and project management to Interface from a variety of project types. This includes Universities, colleges, K-12, hospitals, commercial offices, mixed-use, senior housing, data centers and laboratories. Focusing his career on sustainable design, he has completed multiple LEED Platinum projects as well as designed over fifty additional LEED projects, CHPS (Collaborative for High Performance Schools) projects, and Net Zero Energy and Living Building Challenge Projects nationally and internationally.
Program Manager, Sonoma Clean Power
As Sonoma Clean Power’s Programs Manager, Rachel Kuykendall is responsible for program design and implementation in the areas of distributed renewable energy, energy efficiency, demand response, electric vehicles, and other areas that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and support affordable energy for customers. She currently manages an incentive program helping homeowners recover the 2017 North Bay wildfires as well as Sonoma Clean Power’s demand response program.
Dr. Aoife Houlihan Wiberg
Assoc. Prof. of Architecture and Design, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
In the Research Centre for Zero Emission Buildings, Aoife Houlihan Wiberg has spent the past six years developing concepts and strategies for zero emission buildings, in addition to developing a method to calculate embodied emissions from materials in buildings. She is currently leading research to develop a user centered architectural and urban toolbox for use in the new The Research Centre on Zero Emission Neighborhoods in Smart Cities (ZEN) in 2017. Aoife completed her PhD at the University of Cambridge in 2010. She was previously elected Chartered Member of The Royal Institute of British Architects and gained six years experience working in practice in Malaysia, London, and Dublin.
Additional invited speakers
Greg Weyl, LEED Green Associate
Sr Account Executive, Stem, Inc.
Additional speakers will be posted as they are confirmed.