Quarterly Meeting on Residential Market Segment
Residential Energy Solutions
Co-hosted by Los Angeles Department of Water & Power, Sacramento Municipal Utility District and the California Energy Commission
This ETCC meeting will convene experts from industry, research, utility and government entities working towards solutions to today’s pressing residential sector energy challenges. Speakers will discuss energy efficiency in the context of California’s climate goals, innovative technologies to trim residential plug loads, advances to address existing homes and apartments based on recent building science and legislative developments, and the integration of distibuted generation with energy efficiency on the path to zero net energy residences.
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9:30 AM | Breakfast and Networking
10:00 AM | Safety and ETCC Updates
Mark Fernandes, Emerging Technology Program Manager, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
10:10 AM | Welcome Remarks & Overview of California's Climate Goals and the Importance of Energy Efficiency
California has set a goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2030. Recent legislation has targeted the doubling of energy efficiency by 2030 for existing buildings and increasing investments for energy efficiency. New residential and commercial buildings will soon be ZNE. These efforts play a critical role in achieving the needed GHG reductions in California.
Laurie ten Hope, Division Deputy Director, Energy Research & Development Division, California Energy Commission
10:25 AM | Balancing the Load: Residential Plug Loads
Appliances and electronics use an enormous amount of energy in homes. California has multiple codes and guidelines on how technology can help limit this energy use. Hear about the newest technology designed to address this issue, and how product companies are tackling this challenge from the square one.
Moderator: G.P. Li, Director and Professor, EECS, University of California Irvine
Matt Smith, Project Manager for Emerging Technologies Energy Efficiency Program, San Diego Gas & Electric
Henry Wong, Sr. Staff Technologist, Intel
Stephen Palm, Senior Technical Director, Broadcom
11:40 AM | Lunch (provided) and Networking
12:40 PM | Existing Residential Buildings: What's Coming Up and Lessons Learned
Overview of the AB 758 action plan, SB 350 and AB 802—and the impact on existing residential buildings. Demonstration of an asset-based rating system for existing buildings that showcases the value of energy efficiency to homebuyers; demonstration of residential energy performance tool; case study of practical and cost-effective retrofits on a variety of residential building vintages and types in California’s hot, dry climate zone.
Moderator: Virginia Lew, Office Manager, Energy Efficientcy Research Office, California Energy Commission
Abhilasha Wadhwa, Supervisor- Appliances and Existing Buildings Office, California Energy Commission
Martha Brook, Senior Mechanical Engineer, California Energy Commission
John Proctor, President, Proctor Engineering Group
1:40 PM | Break
1:50 PM | Path to ZNE: Integration of Distributed Energy Resources and Energy Efficiency
How are small power sources being used in households to meet basic power demands? What opportunities are there for new technologies to be implemented that will lead to zero net energy homes?
Moderator: Jonathan Livingston, President, Livingston Energy Innovations
Neha Arora, Engineer / Project Manager, Southern California Edison
Jon Fortune, Director, Regulatory & Energy Services, Sunverge
Lupe Jimenez, Senior Project Manager, Sacramento Municipal Utility District
Ram Narayanamurthy, Senior Project Manager, EPRI
3:00 PM | Wrap-up
Bruce Baccei, Emerging Technologies Project Manager, Sacramento Municipal Utility District