Leed ppt on energy and atmosphere

New Green Buildings and Energy-Efficient Retrofits John Morrill & Joan Kelsch Arlington County Government MWCOG Energy & Air Quality Conference, April.

’ (2) Points (credits) required for certification: Certified: 26-32 credits Silver: 33-38 credits Gold: 39-51 credits Platinum: 52-69 credits LEED  defines ‘green’ (3) Energy & atmosphere credits are prominent Significant prerequisites (commissioning, CFC reduction, energy performance) plus 17 additional credits available for: further improvements in energy efficiency, use of renewable energy and green power, ozone protection, add’l commissioning, on- going measurement & verification Leadership in/


HOK St. Louis, Missouri Ripley Rasmus AIA LEED AP The Sustainable Air Terminal.

that include sustainable/ green buildings Proactive Airport : Established business agreement between airport and tenant included LEED Certification requirement. Logan Sustainable Design: Keys to Success Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Energy and Atmosphere LEED CI Green Building Rating System for Commercial Interiors Materials and Resources Indoor Environmental Quality Innovation and Design Process LEED CI Green Building Rating System for Commercial Interiors The New Indianapolis Airport Indianapolis/


Member of LaGyp TM Gypsum Boards Green Buildings LEED Green Building Rating System Red is now Green only with LaGyp TM.

internationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction and operation of high performance green buildings LEED-INDIA provides building owners, architects, consultants, developers, facility managers and project managers the tools they need to design, construct and operate green buildings Lafarge Boral Gypsum India is member of IGBC and Green Building rating is awarded by IGBC Key Features  Energy & Atmosphere : Low Embodied Energy, High insulation properties  Materials & Resources :  Recyclable/


LEED: LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN Gibbs INTD 153 Design Studio I.

Sacramento Valley will be exposed to the EPA’s lifetime acceptable exposure level for cancer causing toxic air contaminants by the time they are 23 years old  LEED Energy and Atmosphere Points earned for:  Building Commissioning  Energy Performance  Renewable Energy  Daylighting  Refrigerant Management Materials & Resources  Did You Know?  The most sustainable thing we can do is not build since a typical 1,700 square foot wood/


Life Cycle Assessment and the LEED® Green Building Rating System™ Dr. James L. Hoff, DBA TEGNOS Research, Inc. / Center for Environmental Innovation in.

Different forms for different building types and phases of the building lifecycle: –LEED for New Construction / Major Renovations –LEED for Existing Buildings and Maintenance –LEED for Commercial Interiors –LEED for Core & Shell –LEED for Homes (Pending) –LEED for Neighborhoods (Pending) Background The LEED ® Rating System A weighted scoring system based on relative importance of each key element: Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Energy / Atmosphere Materials / Resources Indoor Environ. Quality Innovation/


Value Engineering and LEED Jim Sullivan, M.A.M.C., M.B.C., LEED A.P.

a green design. Certification level determines cost impact compared to a non-LEED building. Jim Sullivan, M.B.C. LEED project considerations Payback models are focus on the Energy and Atmosphere credits paying for most all of the other credits. Lifecycle analysis models focus on Material and Resources credits. Construction Contractors focus on Material and Resource and Indoor Environmental Policy. Jim Sullivan, M.B.C. Green Light Strategies/


Green Schools John Henry Educational Information and Resource Center (EIRC) USGBC Green School Advocate

. 1986 Atmospheric concentrations of CO2 reach 350 ppm. 1988 Senator Al Gore holds hearings on climate change. NASA climate scientist James Hansen predicts rising sea levels and dangerous extreme weather by the end of the next century if fossil fuel consumption is not drastically reduced. 1988 UNs Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is created 1994 - The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) began/


Enhancing LEED as a sustainable rating system by applying its Regional priority for all environmental regions Dr.Wael Ahmed Shaaban Abo Neama Associate.

sustainable rating systems based on their environmental needs. The three pillars of sustainability which are environment, people and economy composite certain categories for each rating system. Those rating systems categories cover the project site, water consumption, Energy efficiency, planet atmosphere, construction regional material, and indoor quality. LEED as a rating system for sustainable design has started to be applied not just in the US but/


Sustainability in Construction: A LEED Primer

Point Distribution Credit Format Each credit identifies: Intent Requirements Technologies & Strategies Sustainable Sites: 14 pts Water Efficiency: 5 pts Energy & Atmosphere: 17 pts Materials & Resources: 13 pts IEQ: 15 pts Innovation & Design: 5 pts TOTAL: 69 Pts Within LEED New Construction and Major Renovation, energy makes up the most points, though other aspects that create a sustainable building are very important. Understanding the major components/


Green Building Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)

Landscaping Innovative Wastewater Technologies Water Use Reduction Energy & Atmosphere 17 Points Building Systems Commissioning -Required Minimum Energy Performance- Required CFC Reduction in HVAC Equipment - Required Optimize Energy Performance - 2-10 points * Renewable Energy - 1-3 points Additional Commissioning - 1 point Elimination of HCFC’s and Halons - 1 point Measurement and Verification - 1 point Green Power - 1 point Optimize Energy Performance LEED Credit 1-10 Points Intent : achieve increasing/


What Can We Afford? Sustainability, Performance, and Roof Insulation Brought to you by Hunter Panels Makers of Polyiso Roof Insulation and CoolVent®

points.)" Energy Efficiency, Sustainability, and Roof Insulation 20 LEED and Roof Insulation Selection LEED credits related to roof insulation selection  LEED Energy and Atmosphere EA Prerequisite 2: Minimum Energy Performance Compliance with ASHRAE 90.1-1999 and local energy codes  LEED Energy and Atmosphere EA Credit 1: Optimize Energy Performance Increased roof insulation levels contribute to optimized energy performance Energy Efficiency, Sustainability, and Roof Insulation 21 LEED and Roof Insulation/


Energy in the Ocean- Atmosphere Climate System SOEE3410 : Lecture 2 Dr Ian Brooks Room 1.64a Environment Building

Room 1.64a Environment Building http://homepages.see.leeds.ac.uk/~ibrooks SOEE3410 : Atmosphere and Ocean Climate Change2 The atmosphere-ocean system acts as a heat engine Energy OUT = Energy IN Work done  moving atmosphere and ocean around Energy IN (solar radiation) Work done Energy OUT (heat lost to space as infra-red radiation) SOEE3410 : Atmosphere and Ocean Climate Change3 Contributions to global ocean- atmosphere energy budget Energy Flux (W m -2 ) Solar radiation340 Latent/


Presentation location and presenter info.  The environmental benefits of wood.  How the use of wood fits within current definitions of green building.

energy and lifecycle carbon. Not Addressed 1.Built Green Canada 2.Built Green Canada MF 3.Built Green (WA) 4.Built Green (WA) MF 5.Built Green Colorado 6.Green Star 7.LEED NC Canada 8.LEED NC US 9.LEED CI 10.LEED/wood is considered hypo-allergenic.  Wood products impact IAQ via the treatments and coatings applied to them.  Volatile organic compounds (VOCs): carbon compounds that participate in atmospheric photochemical reactions. The compounds vaporize at normal room temperatures frequently causing health /


Green Building Rating Systems: how wood fit for architect

hypo-allergenic. Wood products impact IAQ via the treatments and coatings applied to them IAQ: What to Look For Volatile organic compounds (VOCs): carbon compounds that participate in atmospheric photochemical reactions. The compounds vaporize at normal room /Built Green Colorado Green Star LEED NC Canada LEED NC US LEED CI LEED for Homes Living Building Challenge NAHB Model Guidelines Embodied Energy: Manufacture of Building Materials is Energy Intensive For example: Glass – melt sand and silica at 2,300oC /


Sustainability by Design NEW 490/CCE 491/CCE 591 3:00-6:50pm, Thursdays, 101 Carmichael Hall Dr Joe Brown, LEED AP Office: 101A Carmichael.

(14 possible points) – Water efficiency (5 possible points) – Energy and atmosphere (17 possible points) – Materials and resources (13 possible points) – Indoor environmental quality (15 possible points) – Innovation and design (5 possible points) This course will introduce you to these categories, the ranking system, and how buildings can be improved to meet the maximum number of points in the LEED scale to achieve sustainable design Since our projects/


Integrating Sustainability Strategies: Green Building Solutions Green Tenant Leases March 10, 2010 Louise C. Adamson LEED®-AP ID&C Partner San Francisco.

tenant will typically have limited ability to control or leverage landlord behavior and requires the implementation of sustainable practices within the premises ONLY  LEED-ID&C is all about the art of the do-able! 13 LEED-ID&C LEED-ID&C addresses performance in the following categories:  Sustainable Sites  Water Efficiency  Energy & Atmosphere  Materials & Resources  Indoor Environmental Quality  Innovation in Design  Regional Priority 14 Opportunity/


DOD LEED Implementation November 12th, 2009 John Ambert, LEED AP Cass | Sowatsky | Chapman + Associates.

Key Aspects Energy & Atmosphere Energy Model = Coordination between all trades Tweaking HVAC system in the field for Optimal Performance Measurement & Verification Ensures efficiency + functionality LEED & DOD projects Key Aspects Materials + Resources On-Site sort vs. Co-mingle Recycled + Regional Materials Strategize to ensure achievement FSC Lumber COC Certification Camouflaged problem areas LEED & DOD projects Key Aspects Indoor Environmental Quality Implement IAQ Plan early and revisit often/


The Cost Implications of LEED A Presentation By Hanscomb Faithful & Gould September 29 th – 2005 Ms. Carin Rautenbach – Vice President, LEED AP Ms. Minna.

LEED Rating System Major CategoriesPrerequisitesMaximum Points Sustainable sites114 Water Efficiency5 Energy and Atmosphere317 Material and Resources113 Indoor Environmental Quality215 Innovation and Design Process5  Attainable Points Distribution Life Cycle Cost Saving for LEED Projects  Energy/, 2-year utility contract to buy energy from renewable sources Reasonable cost based on annual energy usage; operation cost rather than first cost Points Analysis  Energy & Atmosphere (EA) *( yellow categories) / /


SUSTAINABLE DESIGN CHAD SIMS JASON SELLS. “GREEN” RATING SYSTEMS The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System.

.What is the purpose of a cistern? 9.How many different categories does LEED use in its rating system? 10.What is the name of the LEED category that deals with increasing the efficiency of buildings and surrounding sites? ANSWERS 1.Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design 2.Sustainable Sites, Water Efficiency, Energy & Atmosphere, Materials & Resources, Indoor Environmental Quality, Innovation & Design Process. 3.Engineered Lumber, Dimensionally Cut/


PRINCIPLES OF GREEN BUILDING DESIGN GAINING THE COMPETITIVE EDGE Jeanne Perantoni, AIA, LEED AP - CEO June 18, 2014 William Paterson University – Passaic.

2 nd tranche is expected to achieve similar savings Energy & Atmosphere REDUCTION IN USE OF FOSSIL FUELS & ATMOSPHERIC POLLUTION GETTING TO GREEN BEGIN WITH ENERGY AUDITS Energy Conservation Measures (ECMs) Eligible for ESIP Lighting Retrofits/ Demystify LEED Provide guidance on applying LEED principles and strategies to BUSINESS! Focus on business-friendly strategies to increase productivity, improve IAQ, and save energy costs! Guide municipal Code Officials and Green Team Volunteers on LEED implementation /


PRINCIPLES OF GREEN BUILDING DESIGN GAINING THE COMPETITIVE EDGE Jeanne Perantoni, AIA, LEED AP - CEO June 19, 2013 William Paterson University – Passaic.

can significantly lower operating costs for life of the building Energy & Atmosphere CONSERVATION & REUSE REDUCTION IN USE OF FOSSIL FUELS & ATMOSPHERIC POLLUTION MINIMIZING DISTURBANCE TO ECOSYSTEMS & POLLUTION TO WATERWAYS RENEWABLE RESOURCES/Demystify LEED Provide guidance on applying LEED principles and strategies to BUSINESS! Focus on business-friendly strategies to increase productivity, improve IAQ, and save energy costs! Guide municipal Code Officials and Green Team Volunteers on LEED implementation/


Virginia Energy Conservation and Environmental Standards May 19, 2009 Capital Outlay & Facilities Manager Forum.

& Environmental Standards Two Technical Options Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) by USGBC Virginia Energy Conservation and Environmental Standards (VEES) by DEB Virginia Energy Conservation & Environmental Standards VEES Energy Performance Data Commissioning Criteria Atmospheric Emissions Controls Construction Pollution Prevention Water Conservation LEED Water Efficiency Energy and Atmosphere Sustainable Sites Virginia Energy Conservation & Environmental Standards VEES Recycling Material/


SOLAS Dust workshop (Reading) Overview of dust modelling from Leeds global aerosol group Graham Mann, Ken Carslaw, Dominick Spracklen,

) mode 3 (1.5 m mass median diameter) Modes only released once binding energies exceeded by energy of saltating aggregates. Small modes have larger binding energies (more energy required) http://www.ncas.ac.uk SOLAS Dust workshop (Reading) GLOMAP-bin (A/, Tim Jickells (University of Leeds and University of East Anglia) http://www.ncas.ac.uk SOLAS Dust workshop (Reading) What we are going to do? Carry out controlled lab experiments using realistic simulated atmospheric conditions to determine the fraction/


GETTING TO GREEN and OUT AGAIN

or exaggerated claims of performance” But do they? LEED® Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design REAP LEED® Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design Also end up with LEED Compliant LEED Equivalent LEED Shadow LEAD by LEED Using LEED as a benchmark but not going through the certification process Build to LEED Standard STRATEGIES FOR GREEN BUILDINGS Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Energy and Atmosphere Materials and Resources Indoor Environmental Quality Innovation & Design Principal categories/


INTRODUCING. LEED ® Canada for Homes City Month, Day, Year.

for Homes City Month, Day, Year CaGBC and LEED CaGBC develops and adapts LEED programs LEED programs are –Adapted from USGBC programs –Modified for Canadian climates, practices, & regulations Developed in an open & inclusive process –Stakeholders & experts shaped the Canadian program with input from an almost coast to coast case study What is a “green” home? Energy and resource efficient Healthy and safe Durable Environmentally responsible Supports a sustainable/


© JR DeLisle, Ph. D. What Is Sustainable Development? Benefits & Opportunities for Developers and Communities James R. DeLisle, Ph.D. February 5, 2008.

D. How Green? LEED Certification LEED: What it is? – Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System™ – Benchmark for the design, construction, and operation of high performance green buildings LEED Categories – LEED CI: Commercial Interiors – LEED CS: Core & Shell – LEED EB: Existing Buildings – LEED NC: New Construction © JR DeLisle, Ph. D. LEED New Construction Innovation in Design 5 Sustainable Sites 14 Materials & Resources 13 Energy & Atmosphere 17 Water efficiency 5/


C OLLEGE OF H EALTH AND H UMAN S ERVICES LEED-EB G OLD Anand Sankey, WMU Evan Escamilla, WMU Jim Nicolow, Lord, Aeck & Sargent Architects November 9, 2009.

minor building changes 8 required additional analysis WMU Approval to Proceed Grant Variance Approved LEED Categories Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Energy & Atmosphere Materials & Resources Indoor Environmental Quality Innovation, Operations & Maintenance Sustainable Sites Erosion &/ 2009 ◦ Additional information requested Preliminary Certification – May 2009 Appeal – May 2009 ◦ Water efficiency and mercury in lights Gold Certification – May 2009 CHHS Points Earned 50/92 LESSONS LEARNED Lessons Learned /


Tom Gaisser, Leeds, July 23, 2004 in honor of Alan Watson The next 10 years in Particle Astrophysics Workshop summary Some personal observations Tribute.

Gaisser, Leeds, July 23, 2004 in honor of Alan Watson Heliospheric cosmic rays ACE--Integrated fluences: –Many events contribute to low-energy heliospheric cosmic rays; –fewer as energy increases. –Highest energy (75 MeV/nuc) is dominated by low-energy galactic cosmic rays, and this /. Then signal ~ 10 to 100/km 2 yr –~20% have E  >50 TeV (greater than atmospheric background) Tom Gaisser, Leeds, July 23, 2004 in honor of Alan Watson Remote operation of DOMs Pre-production main boards; pre- production/


Introducing Connecticut LEED Program for Green Buildings

Climate Change Dependence on Non-Sustainable Energy sources Threats to Human Health Program Components LEED for New Construction, Core, Shell, and Schools Scoring system 100 Base Points 6 “Innovation in Design” 4 Regional Priority Levels of Certification Certified 40-49 Silver 50-59 Gold 60-79 Platinum 80+ Key Program Components Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Energy and Atmosphere Materials and Resources Indoor Environmental Quality Innovation in Design/


Todays Class: First 20 minutes: Introduction to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Following 20 minutes: Exam.

Certification is a Rating System that Evaluates: Sustainable Site Water Efficiency Energy & Atmosphere Materials & Resources Indoor Environmental Quality Locations & Linkages Awareness & Education Innovation in Design Regional Priority USGBC established four levels of LEED LEED rating system Different for New Construction Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance Schools Retail Healthcare Homes Neighborhood Development Note that Energy and Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) count for 50 points out of 110/


Sustainable Sites. Heat Island Effect Intent: Reduce heat islands (thermal gradient differences between developed and undeveloped areas) to minimize impact.

. Intent: To reduce the amount of runoff & increase infiltration. LEED EBOM Stormwater Management Requirements: Implement a stormwater management plan that requires the infiltration, collection and reuse of runoff or increases evapotranspiration (the sum of evaporation and plant transpiration from the Earths land surface to the atmosphere). Remember that there are synergies between stormwater management, energy reduction, and the heat island effect. By installing a green roof/


Kendal at Longwood Cottages Expansion Project Sustainable Development & LEED Certification.

Registration & Certification Fees $9,600 $375 per Duplex Total LEED Certification Soft Costs$168,000 Soft Cost per cottage$3,500 LEED CATEGORY: Energy and Atmosphere 30% Estimated Energy Reduction Strategies Increased Insulation Energy Star Rated Windows & Appliances CFL & LED Lighting Post Construction Performance Testing Geothermal Heat Pumps with Water Heating Feature High Efficiency Water Heaters LEED CATEGORY: Energy and Atmosphere HVAC System ROI Analysis (2 BR Unit) Install Cost Operating/


An Introduction to L E E D Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design 1UNT in partnership with TEA. Copyright © All rights reserved.

established 2007 administers all LEED project certification administers the LEED Accreditation program handles the development of the LEED rating system provides LEED based education and research program UNT in / reserved 11 ENERGY & ATMOSPHERE __________________________________________________ GOALS: Establish energy efficiency and system performance Optimize energy efficiency Support ozone protection protocol Encourage renewable and alternative energy sources UNT/


African Elephant Crossing at the Cleveland MetroParks Zoo The LEED Process May 19, 2011 Jerimiah Luckett - LEED AP.

LEED Process May 19, 2011 Jerimiah Luckett - LEED AP Common Pre-Requisites Inclusion of basic “green” practices into everyday standards. ▫Construction Activity Pollution Prevention (Erosion Controls) ▫Fundamental Commissioning ▫Minimum Energy/) Stormwater Management: Quantity Control Light Pollution Reduction Water Efficiency Water Use Reduction: 30%, 35% Energy & Atmosphere Optimize Energy Performance Measurement & Verification Green Power ▫35%, 70%, 100% Materials & Resources Construction Waste Management/


Evan McNamara Penn Valley Elementary School Construction Management Narberth, Pennsylvania Presentation Outline: Project Background LEED-EB Analysis Finish.

McNamara Penn Valley Elementary School Construction Management Narberth, Pennsylvania List of Attainable Items Presentation Outline: Project Background LEED-EB Analysis Finish Floor Systems Healthy Learning Environment Conclusions Energy & Atmosphere: (6 attainable points) Building Operations and Maintenance: Staff Education Building Operations and Maintenance: Building Systems Monitoring Additional Ozone Protection Performance Measurement: Enhanced Metering (2 points) Documenting Sustainable Building Cost/


Planning for LEED ® © 2010 Project Lead The Way, Inc.Civil Engineering and Architecture Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design LEED ® and its related.

local government financial initiatives Receive positive marketing exposure LEED for Building Design and Construction New construction Core and shell Data Centers Hospitality Schools Retail Healthcare Warehouses and Distribution Centers Homes Multifamily Mid-rise LEED for Homes Credit Categories IP Innovative Process LTLocation and Transportation SS Sustainable Sites WE Water Efficiency EA Energy and Atmosphere MR Materials and Resources EQ Indoor Environmental Quality INInnovation RP Regional Priority IP/


LEED-EB: Going for Platinum LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN FOR EXISTING BUILDINGS Theresa Townsend, Senior Architect, DGS Green Team Linda.

LEED-EB: Going for Platinum LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN FOR EXISTING BUILDINGS Theresa Townsend, Senior Architect, DGS Green Team Linda McMullen, Assistant Chief of DGS Building and Property Management Branch Vince Paul, Manager of the Environmental Safety Health Operations Program for DGS Building and Property Management Branch California Department of Education Building 15 th and N Streets in Sacramento We have everything we need to/


Installation of a Green Roof The Use of a Literature Review, Engineering Analysis, and Life Cycle Analysis to Determine Sustainable Benefits CIVE 6900.

1.2 Water Efficiency Landscaping No potable water was used for irrigation of plants on the green roof because native plants were chosen. 1 Energy and Atmosphere CreditsDescriptionPoints 1 Optimize Energy Performance Insulating properties of the green roof reduced energy demand. 1 LEED Accreditation *continued from prior page Life Cycle Analysis Results Impact Assessment Totals (inclusiveness of all within boundaries): Comparison CategoryInstalling a Green RoofAllowing Existing/


LEED Cost & Benefits Habitat for Humanity of Broward Perry Ecton Executive Director Habitat for Humanity of Broward Mary Lou Bowman Cubbin Director of.

S. FL. Chapter Membership……....$65 LEED Project Registration w/ USGBC, FTL-91………......…$150 Contract with a LEED AP/Field Agent.. look for a donation..……… …….. $0 Builder Fee paid to Provider (FSEC) and Field Agent…....$1,400 Preliminary rating /shower head……….…......$25 Water Efficiency Energy & Atmosphere 1. Optimize Energy Performance 1.1Performance of ENERGY STAR for Homes – PREREQ HERS rating, noted previously $250 6.Good HVAC Design PREREQ…………….upgrade to energy star thermostat….…….$50 8.Lighting /


© 2007 Farnsworth Group, Inc. Commissioning LEED ® Projects Presented by: Lance Stewart, PE, CxA, LEED ® AP Roger Johnson, CMC, CMGB, SCA Understanding.

© 2007 Farnsworth Group, Inc. Brief LEED Overview LEED ® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System /developed by the US Green Building Council (USGBC) Point-based system with four award levels: Platinum (52 or more of 69 total) Gold (39 to 51 of 69 total) Silver (33 to 38 of 69 total) Certified (26 to 32 of 69 total) Five Focus Areas: Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Energy & Atmosphere/


LEED™ Certification. U.S. Green Building Council LEED Certification Leadership in Energy and Environmental DesignLeadership in Energy and Environmental.

Building Council LEED Certification LEED Rating Categories Sustainable SitesSustainable Sites Water EfficiencyWater Efficiency Energy and AtmosphereEnergy and Atmosphere Materials and ResourcesMaterials and Resources Indoor Environmental QualityIndoor Environmental Quality Innovation and Design ProcessInnovation and Design Process Sustainable SitesSustainable Sites Water EfficiencyWater Efficiency Energy and AtmosphereEnergy and Atmosphere Materials and ResourcesMaterials and Resources Indoor Environmental/


UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS School of Earth and Environment INSTITUTE FOR CLIMATE AND ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE Arctic Summer Cloud-Ocean Study (ASCOS) Ian Brooks, Cathryn.

: (Both with MetOffice CASE support) Assessment of performance of MetOffice UM surface flux parameterizations & surface energy balance (Cathryn Birch). Modelling of arctic BL cloud with LEM & bin-resolved microphysics (Tom Pleavin/ lab Overflight by NASA DC8 & (Barbara Brooks) UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS School of Earth and Environment INSTITUTE FOR CLIMATE AND ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE Arctic Mechanisms of Interaction between the Surface and Atmosphere (AMISA) Barbara Brooks & Ola Persson (NOAA, Boulder, Colorado/


Green Schools John Henry Educational Information and Resource Center (EIRC) USGBC Green School Advocate Carol James Program Coordinator.

30% CARBON SAVINGS 35% WATER USE SAVINGS 30-50% WASTE COST SAVINGS 50-90% Source: Capital E Lesson Plan and Curriculum Development based on the LEED for Schools Green Building Rating System Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Energy and Atmosphere Materials and Resources Indoor Environmental Quality Innovation and Design Process – Using the School as a Teaching Tool Green Schools 4.0 Connecting to a community of Learners to/


Greening America’s Schools: Costs and Benefits Author: Greg Kats Capital E Report, 2006.

Haven Public Schools Adopted a combination of LEED and energy star guidelines for some of their school construction and renovation plans 8 new schools constructed that are expected to consume 30% less energy Lower utility cost by $400,000 /and late 21st century relative to the period 1980– 1999. The central and right panels show the Atmosphere- Ocean General Circulation multi- Model average projections for the B1 (top), A1B (middle) and A2 (bottom) SRES scenarios averaged over decades 2020– 2029 (center) and/


LEED-NC Market Transformation As of 01.10.06 All statistics exclude pilot projects 350 M gsf 50 States 13 Countries 323 Certified Projects 2805 Registered.

.10.06 All statistics exclude pilot projects 350 M gsf 50 States 13 Countries 323 Certified Projects 2805 Registered Projects Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design LEED for New Construction LEED for Existing Buildings LEED for Commercial Interiors LEED for Core & Shell LEED for Homes LEED for Neighborhood Development Rating System Product Portfolio As of 01.10.06 All statistics exclude pilot projects Registered Projects by Building Type/


Sustainability at UCSB UCSB LEED EB Portfolio Program Perrin Pellegrin UCSB LEED EB Portfolio Program Perrin Pellegrin.

with fraction of UCSB building stock. LEED EB focuses on sustainable operations such as: preventative maintenance, energy/water efficiency, waste, purchasing, site maintenance and cleaning. Sustainability at UCSB First LEED EB building: Girvetz Hall, LEED EB Pilot Sustainability at UCSB Our first LEED EB building: Girvetz Hall, LEED EB Pilot, Silver certified Sustainability at UCSB LEED EB was well-received by Facilities and building occupants. Campus will capitalize on/


HCB 3-Chap 24B: Design for EE1 Chapter 24 B: DESIGN FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY Agami Reddy (July 2016) 7. Building energy simulation programs - Advantages -

3 Local Sources Materials 3 4 Durability Plan Req+3 5 Environmentally Preferable Products Req+4 6 Waste Management Req+2 Energy and Atmosphere 29 Homeowner Awareness 1 Innovation and Design Process 4 Project Maximum Points: 108 Certified 30-49 pts; Silver 50-69 pts; Gold 70-89 pts;/ Platinum 90-108 pts HCB 3-Chap 24B: Design for EE34 HCB 3-Chap 24B: Design for EE 35 LEED: Target and Credit System  Five credit categories HCB 3-Chap 24B: Design for EE36 HCB 3-Chap 24B: Design for EE 37 ASHRAE 189/


1 ASSA ABLOY is the global leader in door opening solutions, dedicated to satisfying end-user needs for security, safety and convenience Program Number.

create an airtight building envelope Acts as a barrier to lessen thermal exchange Fairmont Pittsburgh – LEED Gold Energy & Atmosphere - Doors & Hardware impact on buildings Approx 40% of energy leakage comes from the building envelope* Floors, Walls & Ceilings – 31% Windows - 10/Traditional Access Control Many discreet components create a larger environmental impact Additional wiring More processing and packaging Reader Interface Access Controller Wiegand Card Reader Electric Strike Optical Request to Exit /


Sustainable School Design Creating Healthy, High Performance School Facilities Presented by Stephen M. Koontz, Energy Services Leader, Tampa Bay Trane.

(no special expertise to design/install) Addresses whole building and the interaction of sub- systems (envelope, lighting, HVAC, service water heating) LEED for Schools 4 LEED® for Schools Can be used to achieve four points under Energy and Atmosphere Credit 1 LEED for Schools 5 Chapter 3 Climate Zone Map LEED for Schools 6 Chapter 3 Recommendation Tables LEED for Schools 7 4b small packaged rooftops unit ventilators water/


Thinking Outside the House LEED for Homes in Nontraditional Buildings Maureen McGeary Mahle Steven Winter Associates, Inc. NY Green Building Conference.

& Linkages Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Energy & Atmosphere Materials & Resources Indoor Env’l Quality Awareness & Education LL SS WE MR AE ID IEQ EA A dominant brand targeting the top 25% of homes with best practice environmental features Performance Thresholds Certified, Silver, Gold, Platinum Characteristics of a LEED Home A LEED home is designed to use 30-50% less energy and 20-50% less water than a/


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