[Bldg-sim] IBPSA-USA Webinar: Municipal Scale Energy and Carbon Reduction Strategy Modeling

Steven Ayala sayala81 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 30 11:49:25 PDT 2020

View this email in your browser

*Join the IBPSA-USA Education Committee on Nov. 5th"Municipal Scale Energy
and Carbon Reduction Strategy Modeling"*

Municipal scale energy and greenhouse gas reduction strategies offer
tremendous opportunities for increased energy security, improved economic
strength, and reduced carbon emissions. For communities to remain
competitive, it is crucial to have transformational and implementable
energy and climate action plans. Subsequent implementation of these plans
will attract new businesses and residents, while also increasing the
long-term energy resilience. While hundreds of US and Canadian cities (and
even more globally) have the goal to achieve near zero emissions by 2050 or
earlier, few have robust implementation underway to achieve these goals.

This seminar shows the approach and methodologies the specialist GIL Team
has developed and used over the past 15 years for integrated energy master
planning (IEMP) to support more than 20 municipal and campus projects. The
presentation will address how to formulate a simulation workflow for
predicting energy, carbon and financial performance of fully integrated
energy efficiency, demand, and supply strategies in an interactive process.
The presenters will use a typical North American community with a
population of about 200,000 and highlight benchmarking, data acquisition,
generalized demand modeling, energy supply simulation, municipal carbon
analysis, financial analysis and data visualization for effective
communication and community outreach.

*After the seminar, the audience will understand…*

   - how to work with property tax records, transportation studies and
   other data available on a municipal or utility level to create generalized
   energy models
   - how to benchmark cities based on global best practice
   - how to conduct a long-term municipal carbon and cost analyses and
   - how to effectively visualize and communicate community scale modeling
   - how to prepare for detailed neighborhood and other implementation plans

*Date & Time: *Thursday, November 5, 2020; 12pm - 1pm Pacific



*Peter Garforth* <https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-garforth-664589>,
Garforth International LLC (GIL)

Peter Garforth leads a specialist consultancy based in Toledo, Ohio, and
Brussels, Belgium. He advises major companies, cities, communities,
property developers and policy makers on developing competitive approaches
that reduce the economic and environmental impact of energy use. His
specialty has been in profitable business development implementing energy
productivity. He effectively strives to ensure that any recommended
investment approach has a sound business basis and reflects the larger
movements in the energy market. Peter is well connected in the energy
productivity business and regulatory community around the world. Because of
his reputation in the energy community, Peter is often asked to provide
quotes and interviews as an expert advisor on the topic. He is also a
published author and currently contributes a monthly column to Plant
Services magazine as the “Energy Expert”.

Peter has long been interested in energy productivity as a profitable
business opportunity and has a considerable track record establishing
successful businesses and programs in the United States, Western and
Eastern Europe, Indonesia, India, Brazil, China, Japan and elsewhere. He
has held senior management roles around the world at Honeywell, Landis
& Gyr (now Siemens) and, most recently was Vice-President of Strategy
for Owens Corning, the largest U.S. manufacturer of insulation and other


*Ajit Naik* <https://www.linkedin.com/in/ajit-naik-a6446b12>, Baumann

Ajit Naik joined Baumann Consulting’s Chicago office in 2018 as a
Commissioning & Energy Engineer. Ajit is a licensed Professional Engineer
in Illinois, holds an ASHRAE Building Energy Modeling Professional
certification, and serves as Vice-Chair for IBPSA-USA’s Chicago chapter.
Ajit has seven years industry experience with building simulation, code
compliance, HVAC design, systems commissioning, operational
troubleshooting, and sustainability certification. Ajit has provided Energy
& Atmosphere and Internal Environmental Quality expertise for over 15
LEED-certified projects, including downtown Chicago’s Vista Tower, the
Chicago Public Library Chinatown branch, and the University of Chicago’s
Campus North Residence hall.

After graduating with a Master’s in Mechanical Engineering from the
University of Wisconsin – Madison, Ajit spent two years focused on energy
modeling at TESS in Madison WI, and Transsolar in Stuttgart, Germany. After
returning to the US, Ajit spent five years at dBMHS in Chicago, IL,
applying his building simulation practice to early-phase façade
optimization, life cycle MEP systems design, and LEED certification for a
wide portfolio of commercial-scale, Chicago-based projects.

*Copyright © 2020 IBPSA-USA, All rights reserved.*

Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences
 or unsubscribe from this list
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <http://lists.onebuilding.org/pipermail/bldg-sim-onebuilding.org/attachments/20201030/53a17a64/attachment.html>

More information about the Bldg-sim mailing list