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Getting to High-Performance : What does it take?

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  1. Getting to High-Performance :What does it take? Washington D.C. January 13, 2009 Gregg D. Ander, FAIA Chief Architect, Southern California Edison

  2. High-Performance Buildings─Key Attributes • Accessible • Aesthetics • Cost-Effective • Productive • Secure/Safe • Sustainable • Functional/Operational • Historic Preservation

  3. High-Performance Buildings─Integrated Design Approach “A high-performance building cannot be achieved unless the integrated design approach is employed.”

  4. State of California─Per Capita Consumption Source: California Energy Commission (2007 Integrated Energy Policy Report, Page 3

  5. California ─Energy Efficiency Budget * 2009-2011 Budgets have not been approved by CPUC

  6. Enabling Policies forAggressive Energy Efficiency

  7. State of California─Loading Order Energy Efficiency 1 Demand Response 2 Renewable Energy 3

  8. Other Enabling Mechanisms • Codes/Standards/Guidelines • Title 24/Title 20/ASHRAE • Green House Gas (GHG) Emission Reduction • Assembly Bill 32 (AB32)

  9. Other Initiatives─Partial List • Long-Term EE Strategic Plan • Zero Net Energy Goals • Residential by 2020 • Commercial by 2030 • Net-Zero Coordinating Council • West Coast Governors Initiative • New Building Institute (NBI)

  10. Utility Administered Programs • Rebates • Upstream Programs • Midstream Programs • Downstream Programs • Partnerships • Industrial • Cities & Local Governments • Design Assistance • Savings by Design • Energy Centers • Workshops • Training

  11. Southern California Edison─Customer Focused • Energy Centers: Hands-on Training, Education & Learning Environment • Customer Technology Application Center (CTAC) • Agricultural Technology Application Center (AGTAC) • Refrigeration & Thermal Technology Test Centers (TTC) • Southern California Lighting Technology Center (SCLTC)

  12. Non-Resource Programs • Emerging Technologies (ET) • Demand Response (DR) • Codes & Standards (CS) • Education Training & Outreach (ETO)

  13. Southern California Edison─Other EE Activities • Advanced Technology Training • Advanced Lighting Controls • Installation, Maintenance & Troubleshooting • In collaboration with: • IBEW • NECA • Colleges/Universities • Utilities beyond California • April 2, 2009 Meeting @ FERC (Commissioner Jon Wellinghoff)

  14. High Performance Buildings─The Tools • Design Guides • LEED™ Rating System • ASHRAE’s Energy Design Guides • Whole Building Design Guide • Performance Requirements • California Title 24 & Title 20 • ASHRAE Standard 189.1 for High Performance Green Buildings • Language for RFP • Modeling Software • Energy Plus

  15. High Performance Buildings─Partial List • The Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS) • Sustainable Buildings Industry Council (SBIC) • New Buildings Institute (NBI) • U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) • Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) • U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) • ASHRAE

  16. Policy Implications • Decoupling • Shareholder Earnings • Cost Recovery • Executive Orders • Recognition • Tax Incentives • Federal Preemption

  17. Thank You! Q&A