Building performance characterization in view of current and emerging energy policies: An IEA EBC Annex 58 and Annex 60 seminar series¶
Date and location¶
|Date||Wednesday, September 17, 2014|
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Building 50 Auditorium
Registration by September 15 is required to obtain gate access. Register here.
Should you have any questions, please contact Erin Beardsley at EEBeardsley@lbl.gov.
The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is convening expert meetings of two International Energy Agency projects, Annex 58 and Annex 60. As part of this event, there will be a public series of seminars with experts from energy policies, building design and energy simulation. Presentations and discussion will evolve around the intersection of
- energy policies in Europe and California, and associated needs for performance characterization during design and operation,
- reliable building energy performance characterisation based on full scale dynamic measurements as conducted within IEA EBC Annex 58,
- new generation computational tools for buildings and community energy systems developed within IEA EBC Annex 60, and
- the impact of occupancy behavior on energy use, as conducted within IEA EBC Annex 66.
Mary Ann Piette, LBNL. Slides.
Gaps in building performance
Steve Selkowitz, LBNL. Slides.
Annex 58 overview
Staf Roels, KU Leuven. Slides.
Annex 60 overview
Michael Wetter, LBNL. Slides.
Annex 66 overview
Tianzhen Hong, LBNL. Slides.
What can we learn from data?
Henrik Madsen, Danish Technical University. Slides.
European Energy Policies and Standardization
Hans Bloem, European Commission. Slides.
California Energy Policies and Standardization
Paula Gruendling, California Public Utilities Commission. Slides.
Energy policy and use of computational tools in practice
Eric Soladay, Integral Group, Oakland, CA. Slides.
Discussions and wrap up
Moderator: Steve Selkowitz, LBNL