Webinar: ACEEE Emerging Opportunities in Buildings Series: Focus on Commercial Buildings

Thu, Feb 7, 2019 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM CST
Register at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5889368403947387137

Exciting new opportunities are emerging for commercial buildings to optimize their energy use. These include new and innovative technologies, but also new approaches to system design, building operations, and financing to help building owners and managers to get the most out of key building systems and equipment. Please join us for a webinar featuring three of these emerging opportunities and a discussion of how the building industry, efficiency programs, and policymakers can leverage their benefits.

This webinar will cover three topics highlighted in ACEEE’s Emerging Opportunities Series: integrated building systems, energy storage, and energy service agreements. Attendees will hear from experts in each of these fields.

Jennifer Amann, ACEEE, will introduce the Emerging Opportunities Series and present key findings on energy savings associated with integrated building systems and the role for efficiency programs in expanding their adoption.

Todd Olinsky-Paul, Clean Energy Group, will give a preview of findings from a forthcoming report analyzing the cost-effectiveness of energy storage, associated non-energy benefits, and the role for energy storage in efficiency programs.

Greg Leventis, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, will present an overview of Energy Service Agreements, how they are being used, and the opportunities and challenges for service providers, customers, and others using this approach.

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