Ppt on home energy management system

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The Swedish Waste Management System. Content  Part 1: –Sweden –Avfall Sverige – The Swedish Association of Waste Management  Part 2 –Waste – a Resource.

energy -> 20 % of the total district energy in Sweden - the heating need of 900 000 homes 1,7 TWh electricity – the need of 250 000 homes 2012: 14,7 TWh district energy -> 20 % of the total district energy in Sweden - the heating need of 900 000 homes/ 1800: Cholera-epidemic - start of municipal waste management  1950’s: District heating systems developed  1970’s and 80’s: Oil crises - waste is being used for district heating An important part of the energy system Oil Waste heat Biofuels Waste 5 % 1980 Oil/


GREEN HOMES AND BUILDINGS 3. In This Chapter  What makes a home or building green?  Green design principles  Green construction principles  Building.

-joists (see Figure 3.8) 3-26 Source: Alameda County Waste Management Authority & Source Reduction and Recycling Board, Home Remodeling Green Guidelines, www.stopwaste.org. HVAC 3-27  Must be rightsized  Heating, cooling, and ventilation systems must be appropriate for climate and structure  HVAC must integrate with building envelope HVAC 3-28  Energy-efficient technologies:  Radiant floor heating (see Figure 3.9)  Active solar/


Zoning Application. Copyright 2011 Trane 2 Zoning Application Agenda Application Overview --Benefits & Challenges with Zoning HVAC System Designs Conventional.

s Time Some applications will have extreme excursions. This is especially true for homes with large glass loads or condominiums (small interior loads with only one / Bypass? Copyright 2011 Trane 31 Zoning Application $$$ Savings on Energy Bills? Zoning Application $$$ Savings on Energy Bills? Will zoning deliver energy savings? “The benefit of a set-up / set- /Trane 74 Zoning Application 4) What is the smallest zone and can the system manage the excess air. 6) Since the ducting is sized based on peak load/


The Swedish Waste Management System. Content  Part 1: –Sweden –Avfall Sverige – The Swedish Association of Waste Management  Part 2 –Waste – a Resource.

energy -> 20 % of the total district energy in Sweden - the heating need of 900 000 homes 1,7 TWh electricity – the need of 250 000 homes 2012: 14,7 TWh district energy -> 20 % of the total district energy in Sweden - the heating need of 900 000 homes/ 1800: Cholera-epidemic - start of municipal waste management  1950’s: District heating systems developed  1970’s and 80’s: Oil crises - waste is being used for district heating An important part of the energy system Oil Waste heat Biofuels Waste 5 % 1980 Oil/


Challenges and Strategies of Energy Efficiency and Demand Management in Taiwan: Policy and Institutional Perspectives Jyh-Yih Hsu Department of Applied.

Smart Grid There are many benefits of developing smart grid enhancement of supply reliability and energy efficiency demand response (DR) voltage service quality integration of transmission congestion relief advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) distributed energy resources (DER) battery energy storage system (BESS) usage of electric vehicles outage response 4.3 Smart Home Energy Management System Source: Faa-Jeng Lin(2011),Strategic Initiatives of Smart Grid in Taiwan 5. Challenges/


Development of Smart Grid in Chinese Taipei Frank, Faa-Jeng Lin Chair, National Energy Project – Smart Grid and AMI Division, National Science Council.

, SCADA and FDIR (Fault, Detection, Isolation and Restoration). 資料來源:能源國家型科技計畫-智慧電網與先進讀表主軸專案計畫總計畫 NSC 100-3113-P-008 -001 -PO 14 Smart Home and Building System Equipment associated with smart home energy system includes intelligent home appliances, slow chargers for electric vehicles, power management chips, energy management system, home gateway, human-machine interface control, load type of control interface, wireless sensors, wired sensors, and communications module. 資料來源:能源國家型科技計畫-智慧電網與先進讀表主軸專案計畫總計畫 NSC/


1 | INNOVATION & INTEGRATION: Transforming the Energy Efficiency MarketBuildings.Energy.gov Track 5- National Programs DOE Challenge Home Chris Zitelli.

Living Minimal Wasted Water Minimal Wasted Water Advanced Home Management Advanced Home Management 7 | INNOVATION & INTEGRATION: Transforming the Energy Efficiency MarketBuildings.Energy.gov Pent-up Consumer Demand 8 | INNOVATION & INTEGRATION: Transforming the Energy Efficiency MarketBuildings.Energy.gov How Do We Get There Zero Net-Energy Ready Homes How Do We Get There 9 | INNOVATION & INTEGRATION: Transforming the Energy Efficiency MarketBuildings.Energy.gov 1.Efficiency –Enclosure –Low-Load HVAC/


1 VERMONT HOME ENERGY CHALLENGE VOLUNTEER TRAINING Implemented in Partnership with the Vermont Energy and Climate Action Network February 2013.

Assistance Program, Vermont Gas Systems, or NeighborWorks H.E.A.T. Squad for energy audit and retrofit info 32 HOME PERFORMANCE WITH ENERGY STAR NeighborWorks H.E.A.T. Squad Works with Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Offers $100 energy audits in selected regions Energy Advisors Flexible financing Project Management Available in Addison, Bennington, and Rutland, counties 33 MESSAGE AND PITCH Giving Your Pitch Vermont Home Energy Challenge emphasizes personal interaction/


1 Energy Efficiency and Conservation at HUD Implementing HUD’s Energy Action Plan Energy Training Workshop Departmental Headquarters - May 10, 2005.

weatherization partnerships (Action 2) Support energy efficiency training for assisted multifamily managers and staff (Action 5) 23 The Plan: Community Planning and Development Provide technical assistance and information to HOME and CDBG grantees Promote Combined Heat and Power (CHP) 24 HOME Example Folsom Dore Apts – San Francisco $1.9 million in HOME-funds Currently under construction High-efficiency HVAC system Energy Star Appliances High-performing windows 25/


Potential Use Cases for Home Domain Group Name: WG1 Source: Yong-Suk Park, KETI, Meeting Date: 2015-01-dd Agenda Item:

and service support in the digital home – Use Cases for Media Gateway and Home Energy Management Service Source – http://www.homegatewayinitiative./Home Domain Overload Management – Individual appliances have their behavior regulated based upon home power availability – Aim is to encourage the use of appliances when there is enough power in order to avoid overloading Use Case: Optimize Energy Cost – The system performs actions in order to reduce and optimize the energy cost – The optimization of energy/


Chip-Multiprocessor Caches: Placement and Management

And Placement usIng Distance associativity Benefits: More accesses to faster d-groups Fewer swaps => less energy, less bandwidth But: More tags + pointers are needed Outline Overview NuRAPID Mapping and Placement/ Architecture, 2009 Some slides from the author’s conference talk Manage data placement at the Page Level Baseline System Manage data placement at the Page Level Memory control B0 B1 B2/and D Source Bank D Dest Bank S iL2 iL2 S D d s Home(s) Bank Home(d) Bank fL2 fL2 s d D S Lock the two banks Swap /


N E B R A S K A E N E R G Y O F F I C E Opportunities for Energy Efficiency Implementation in Nebraska Neil Moseman August 6, 2009 Net-Zero Energy, High-Performance.

be determined Weatherization Assistance Program $41.6 million The Weatherization Assistance Program provides free home energy efficiency improvements for Nebraskans with low to moderate incomes: Single adult$21,660 Single /, Warehousing and Logistics o Energy Efficiency  Building & Facilities Managers  Construction Managers  Building Maintenance Engineers o Green Construction  Construction Managers  Civil Engineers  Construction Laborers  Water Purification System Service Technicians What are “Green/


Mobile Computing – A Distributed Systems Perspective Prof. Nalini Venkatasubramanian Department of Computer Science University of California, Irvine.

experience) over wired and wireless networks Multimedia Information Systems: Challenges zSheer volume of data xNeed to manage huge volumes of data zTiming requirements xamong components / machine Turn the phone into an interface for the ticket machine Home 3D Planner AlfredO architecture and applications (MW 2009) Component Based /yDifferent power consumption properties of access networks provide chances for better energy efficiency. zEnhanced Security yTransmitting sensitive data on multiple access networks /


Incentives for All Wall System Construction PowerPoint originally prepared by Vera Novak ICFA Technical Services Manager for ICF construction then edited.

ICFA Technical Services Manager for ICF construction then edited for All Wall System presentation. Concrete-Insulation-Concrete is the most energy saving method of construction compared to “sixteen” different material configurations of building. (including ICFs, SIPs, of course wood framing of any size wall, even when foamed.) http://allwallsystem.com/design/TherMass-EnergySavings.html Incentive Programs  LEED – USGBC, CaGBC  LEED for HomesEnergy Star / Energuide/


Green Building Rating Systems: how wood fit for architect

Management System Certification ISO 14001 International environmental management system (EMS) standard, applicable to any type of organization. Many British Columbia forest companies are certified for either their manufacturing facilities and/or their forest management practices. Forest Management/ 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/


Ecology and the Environment (Chapter 22) Background and Historical Development Background and Historical Development Attributes of Ecological Systems Attributes.

Applied ecology Human-altered and “managed” ecosystems Human-altered and “managed” ecosystems Evolution Early to mid /energy) Energetics of ecosystems (flow of energy) Biodiversity Biodiversity Cycles of materials and elements Cycles of materials and elements Ecology Background and Historical Development Background and Historical Development Attributes of Ecological Systems Attributes of Ecological Systems Selected Issues – Applied Ecology Selected Issues – Applied Ecology Take Home Messages Take Home/


NRCan’s Clean Energy Thematic Report October 2010 Strategic Evaluation Division Planning, Performance Management & Reporting Branch Science and Policy.

ENERGY STAR for New Homes, or R-2000 Standard).  ecoENERGY for Industry:  Capacity building activities, such as Dollars to $ense and Canadian Industry Program for Energy Conservation Leaders are increasing awareness and understanding of energy management best practices and energy/ is difficult.  After two years, the Program supported 334 solar thermal projects (target is 700 systems by March 31, 2011), 97 individual solar water pilots in residential buildings and several industrial capacity initiatives/


What is your Energy Level? Residential and Commercial Energy Ratings Garbett Homes of Salt Lake City, Utah Photograph by: Orlo Stitt.

HERS Index Performed by Home Energy Raters (HERS Raters) trained and qualified through RESNET. http://www.resnet.us/certified-auditor- rater Energy Audit versus Energy Rating Energy Rating provides a comparative analysis on how energy efficient a home is when compared to other similar homes. Provides a HERS Index score and uses diagnostic testing Energy audit (aka energy assessment) pinpoints where and how a home is losing energy, which systems are working efficiently/


1 21st May 2014 Smart Grids: Increasing energy flexibility John Scott Economic and Policy Forum Meeting.

(PMUs) and 18.Wide Area Monitoring, Control and protection (WAMPACs) 19.Forecasting, modelling and visualisation for planning /operational timescales 20.State Estimation for network observability 21.Active Network Management (ANM) 22.Home/Building Energy Management Systems, Smart Meters & Displays 23.Custom Private Networks 24.Hybrid technologies including hydrogen, heat and gas 25.Smart Communities, Smart Cities and the Internet of Things 14.Electricity storage: interfaces/


The Smart Grid Enabling Energy Efficiency and Demand Response Clark W. Gellings Brevard Community College ETP1400 Distributed Electrical Power Generation.

R-30, run a second layer using care not to block soffit vent air flow. Most homes in Florida do not have enough insulation. Inspect your attic. Fiberglass batting that is the depth /energy storage industrial energy management programs. Motors and Drives Electric motors and drives use 55% of all electricity in the U.S. and 67% in the industrial sector. Induction motors account for 90% of all motors 5HP or greater. It is best to view motors as motor driven systems and address losses in each part of the system/


Passive-On: Marketable Passive Homes for Winter and Summer Comfort

an implicit need for an active air ventilation system However experience, for example from Spain and Portugal, shows that effective low energy homes can be built without the need for active ventilation systems and with less stringent building shell criteria Passivhaus/ and stack ventilation can provide effective night cooling Natural lighting is optimized in all house Strategy of radiation management for light and heat in Winter Strategy of lighting and ventilation in Summer Passivhaus Spain – details High /


The Context of Energy Issues and Building Solutions 1.

documents. 48 Construction Management Construction Management refers to the study and practice of the managerial and technological aspects of the construction industry (including construction, building science, construction management, and construction technology/are special inspectors certified to rate homes according to the Home Energy Rating System (HERS). These ratings include field verification and diagnostic testing to determine energy efficiency levels among homes tested for duct efficiency, envelope/


What You Need to Know About EPA’s ENERGY STAR Certified Homes Program Learn more at energystar.gov 1.

of energy needed to keep the home comfortable. Complete HVAC System 2 Features – A right-sized and properly installed heating, cooling, and duct system – A ventilation system that meets the industry standard – Reduced safety and air quality risks from combustion appliances Complete HVAC System 2 Why is this important? – Improved airflow & efficiency maintain comfort with less energy – Proper sizing costs less and better manages humidity levels – Ventilation systems remove/


©2009 ZigBee Alliance. All rights reserved. 1 ZigBee Smart Energy: Rapid Adoption by the Utilities September 2, 2009.

[measurements, historical info, etc] – Demand Response (DR) and Load Control – Pricing [multiple units & currencies, price tiers, etc.] – Text messages – Device support for Programmable Communicating Tstats (PCTs), Load Control Devices, Energy Management Systems, In Home Displays (IHDs), etc. – Security to allow consumer only, utility only, or shared networks ©2009 ZigBee Alliance. All rights reserved. 11 ZSE Security and Authentication Device Certificate Authority Key Distribution Secure/


Energy Efficiency Changes and Opportunities in Above Code Programs Afternoon Program Sponsored by:

contractor is credentialed, you can refer to a list provided through the ENERGY STAR Web site. 33 Section 3: ENERGY STAR for Homes Version 3 ENERGY STAR Version 3: Builder Checklist Water Management System Builder Checklist This checklist requires an inspection of key areas of ENERGY STAR qualified homes to help assure bulk moisture control, including water- managed foundation, walls, roofs, and building materials. This checklist must be completed/


Lisbon, 17th March 2009 Portuguese Renewable Energy Sector.

– AQS, Swimming pools, etc.,, Solar climate control (Solar powered Cold and Heat), project and licensing of photovoltaic installations, other types of Renewable Energy projects, hybrid systems for the supply of energy in isolated installations (remote telecommunication stations, homes, etc), automation and energy management, electricity project, ITED, acoustic and thermal, assistance in the development of the lay-out of the project and construction, Bioclimatic orientation and consideration/


The Energy Aware Smart Home Marco Jahn, Marc Jentsch, Christian R. Prause, Ferry Pramudianto, Amro Al-Akkad, Ren´e Reiners Fraunhofer Institute for Applied.

is an important step to make the user able to manage his energy consumption. We have brought this concept even one step further by allowing users to observe not only the overall house hold consumption but also each device’s consumption. CONCLUSION AND FUTURE WORK 2/5 As smart homes become even more smart, systems could learn over the time and calculate the most/


SAJAL K. DAS CReWMaN LOCATION-AWARE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN SMART HOME ENVIRONMENTS Sajal K. Das, Director Center for Research in Wireless Mobility & Networking.

and prediction as key components  Pervasive communications and computing capability  Optimize overall cost of managing homes  Minimize energy (utility) consumption  Optimize operation of automated devices  Maximize security  Provide inhabitants with / Vision Face recognition, automated door entry Smart sprinklers Lighting control Door/lock controllers, Surveillance system Robot vacuum cleaner Robot lawnmower Intelligent appliances Climate control Intelligent Entertainment Automated blinds Remote site /


Energy Saving Technologies Introduction. The course is developed within the frames of project “Development of Training Network for Improving Education.

systems. Better energy management through the use of TES can help industries reduce their dependency on utilities for energy supply. In addition, TES systems can provide a backup reserve of energy in the event of a power outage. Industrial Energy Management Programs 59 The establishment of an energy management/ purposes. Smart meters enable two-way communication between the meter and the central system. Unlike home energy monitors, smart meters can gather data for remote reporting. Such an advanced metering/


515 1 MFH Buyers/Sellers 2010 USDA Rural Housing Service MFH Buyers & Sellers Conferences 2010 Affordable Multi-Family Housing Energy-Efficiency and Green.

” - Climate specific detailing: Has option packages for different climates - Energy Smart Home Scale (E-scale) - Based on Home Energy Rating System (HERS) - by Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET) www.http://www1.eere.energy.gov/buildings/challenge/about.html 515 16 MFH New Construction 2010 Builder’s Challenge Requirements - Project Documentation - Building Envelope Moisture Management - Space Conditioning (Manual J) - Energy Star Windows - Whole Building Mechanical Ventilation - Kitchen, Bathroom/


A RESOURCE FOR BUILDING PROFESSIONALS IN NEW MEXICO Administered by Susie Marbury, Energy Efficiency & Green Building Administrator cleanenergynm.org Presented.

of resource  GREEN BUILDING FOUNDATIONS  LEED for PROJECT TEAMS  LEED for DESIGN TEAMS  LEED for CONSTRUCTION TEAMS NAME OF MODULE HOME BACK TO PREVIOUS SECTION SECTION  GREEN BUILDING FOUNDATIONS  LEED for PROJECT TEAMS  LEED for DESIGN TEAMS  LEED for CONSTRUCTION TEAMS/a particular investment to pay for itself. For instance, if the same $10,000.00 was invested to install an energy management system, and this resulted in annual savings of $1000.00, the simple payback would be 10000/1000 = 10 (or 10/


NCAT Faculty Lounge – McNair Hall 226 Dr. H. Singh, Professor and Director Center for Energy Research & Technology (CERT) North Carolina A&T State University.

Energy Management Demonstration $30,000 Program Area 3: Manufactured Housing Task 1: Upgrade and Save Program $0 Program Area 3: Manufactured Housing Task 2: Best Practices and New Technology Demonstrate Program $10,000 EXHIBIT 1 Cont’d Alternative Fuels Program 4: Development of Integrated Biorefinery$50,000 Program 5: Organize a Farm Cooperative$14,000 Community Energy Systems/to overcome business obstacles in learning, managing and marketing Green Building homes.CERT will provide Green Building Education /


1 | Weatherization Assistance Program: Overvieweere.energy.gov Weatherization Assistance Program Overview February 28, 2011 2011 Orientation for State.

of 2009  REG - Program Regulations/Rules  OMB – Office of Management & Budget  IG – Inspector General  HHS – U.S. Department of Health & Human Services  LIHEAP – Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program  HUD – U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development  DOL – U.S. Department of Labor Frequently Used Acronyms 4 | Weatherization Assistance Program: Overvieweere.energy.gov “To reduce energy costs for low-income families, particularly for the elderly/


ISES David Hall Memorial Lecture - December 2007 1 Renewable Energy Yesterday’s alternative – tomorrow’s mainstream Philip Wolfe.

6 Introduction of modern energy management systems 7 Support programmes for climate protection and energy efficiency 8 Energy-efficient products 9 Provisions on the feed-in of biogas to natural gas grids 10 Energy Saving Ordinance 11 Operating /Financing measures, mortgages and loans >Social rented and fuel poor: >Through local authorities and housing associations 4Code for Sustainable Homes – Level 5 is ‘low carbon’ ISES David Hall Memorial Lecture - December 2007 27 Policies, measures and proposals /


Managing today’s weatherization program session overview Challenges Concepts A little theory Case study A couple tools Food for thought.

that affects them. Well-informed employees are more eager and better prepared to participate. Solutions through systems thinking Document individual roles and responsibilities Consolidate contacts with clients (project coordinators and lead technicians) Develop / Center No Orphans Communication loops Quarterly Energy & Home Repair Management Team mtg. Every other month Energy & Home Repair all staff mtg. Annual All day retreat with families Staffing rules of thumb Managers should supervise no more than 6 /


Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) & Meter Data Management (MDM) ENGR83 Foothill College.

private RF, fiber, satellite Local Area Network Strategies “Last Mile” and AMI systems Low to Medium band RF and PLC Home Area Networks Emerging technologies Zigbee, Insteon, Z-Wave, 6LoWPAN, etc Home automation & generation Meters Down-line automation & asset management Crew Mgmt. Substations Smart Grid Component Infrastructure MDM over WAN using SOA Energy ICT - http://www.energyict.com/ AMI Networks The network between the measurement/


EYE Manager Championship Part II. Handbook for the teachers and didactic planners.

“planetary”. This can be done with different types of power-plants in study groups. Make a thought experiment. If the energy systems in your country collapsed, what would the consequences be. Try to think of everything. (e.g. what happens to/or at home when leaving a room. Game-based platform: Energy-efficient virtual Cities ENERCITIES www.enercities.eu This project offers a fun and exciting game-based learning platform for young people to understand the real-life implications of energy management and change/


SYLLABUS Section B Real Time and Embedded Operating Systems: Real Time and Embedded Operating Systems: – Introduction, – Hardware Elements, – Structure.

as PDAs, mobile phones, camcorders, PDAs everywhere (that is, in homes, offices, cars, factories, hospitals, aeroplanes, etc.), minimizing power/energy consumption in these devices is becoming increasingly important. Power consumption is broadly /as cache management, Translation Look- aside Buffers management, etc. 293 STRUCTURE OF REAL TIME AND EMBEDDED OPERATING SYSTEMS Energy Aware CPU Scheduling… Many energy savings techniques for fixed priority scheduling have been studied recently. Many energy savings /


1 | Weatherization Assistance Programeere.energy.gov 2010 Orientation for State WAP Directors and Staff Jean Diggs, Michael Peterson, Eric Bell, Greg Reamy,

Management & Budget  IG – Inspector General  HHS – U.S. Department of Health & Human Services  LIHEAP – Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program  HUD – U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development  DOL – U.S. Department of Labor Frequently Used Acronyms 7 | Weatherization Assistance Programeere.energy.gov  Increase energy/ be used for more accurate readings and to balance systems Manometer 42 | Weatherization Assistance Programeere.energy.gov  Blown insulation most effective –Holes discreetly cut/


Delta Energy & Environment Ltd Registered in Scotland: No SC259964 Registered Office: 15 Great Stuart Street, Edinburgh, EH3 7TS ASHP Innovation Monitor.

electricity sources will become more varied, there will be increasing electrification of heat and transport, and every home in Britain is due to have a smart meter installed. Electricity network operators must respond innovatively to these/. The gateway talks to (or is integrated with) the BEMS. Network Operation Centre Building Energy Management System Air-Con Units Gateway Network Operation Centre Building Energy Management System Air- Con Units GW Other options – possible but not preferred: (1) Each air /


Delta Energy & Environment Ltd Registered in Scotland: No SC259964 Registered Office: 15 Great Stuart Street, Edinburgh, EH3 7TS Delta Energy & Environment.

in growth in the immediate future. The addressable market across Europe is vast - in the order of millions of homes rather than thousands. Over the next five years, annual installations across Europe could at least double, reaching well over / under a wider energy services package – DHW HPs offer the customer energy cost savings at a low upfront cost relative to many other microgeneration / renewable systems. Business models to capture value from the use of DHW HPs for load management / PV-integration /


Overview & Outlook for the Commercial P/C Insurance Industry for 2014 and Beyond Zurich Risk Manager Council Meeting Paradise Valley, AZ March 10, 2014.

has been low for years amid high unemployment, falling home prices and other factors adversely impact consumers, but improved substantially/ Solutions Needed Export-Oriented Industries Health Sciences Health Care Energy (Traditional) Alternative Energy Petrochemical Agriculture Natural Resources Technology (incl. Biotechnology) Light/System glitch Malicious or criminal attack 214 Marsh: Increase in Purchase of Cyber Insurance Among U.S. Companies, 2012 Source: Marsh Global Analytics, Marsh Risk Management/


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OVERHEATING IN HOMES Risk Management Strategies ___ FOR HOUSEBUILDERS AND DEVELOPERS.

profile of your occupants 7 Some of the housebuilders the Zero Carbon Hub has worked with are seeking to embed overheating risk management into their existing processes, frameworks and projects. This not only makes sense in terms of value for money, but is / in householders needing to pay for energy to cool homes in the summer, as well as well as the energy needed to heat homes in the winter. Should poorer households struggle to pay, they may decide not to use their systems at all. o Secondly, air /


1 Case 9154: Overview of BGE’s Energy Efficiency Program September 29 Filing Presented to Stakeholders October 14, 2008.

strategy is to target high energy use customers and homes built pre-1980 12 Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Program u Quick Home Energy Check-Up –Promoted for/ without government assistance u The Multifamily Program will target property owners and managers of multifamily residential facilities with four or more dwellings per building u /substantial energy savings opportunities such as packaged HVAC units –Larger facilities will be eligible to receive a more comprehensive assessment of building systems and/


NORTHWEST ENERGY EFFICIENCY ALLIANCE Residential Advisory Committee – Q4 October 16, 2014.

in parentheses in green next to each initiative. Conservatively reflects Infrastructure values at 0. Combined Space & Water Heating (2015) Windows 2.0 Home Energy Management Manufactured Homes (2015) Advanced Water Heating Systems ----------------------- Advanced RTU Business IT Net Zero New Construction Secondary Glazing Systems (2015) Occupancy Building Mgmt ----------------------- Extended Pump Products Efficient Power Supplies Industrial SEM Infrastructure (2015) Super Efficient Dryers (Q4 2015, 183/


H2020 – WP 2016-2017 NCP Training 12 & 13 May 2016 SC3 : Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy SC4 : Smart, green and integrated transport Cross-cutting activities:

) the focus should be on optimisation, integration and demonstration of cost effective and interoperable solutions, including testing of new technologies and systems in real life situations. The proposed solutions shall be demonstrated for buildings which incorporate intelligent Energy Management Systems and new technologies (smart home devices). They should ensure, inter alia, interoperability, evolving and adapting to the operational environment (self-learning), including indoor and outdoor/


Santa Clara 2008 Smart Meters and Home Automation Ember Corporation Bob Gohn VP Marketing

Utility AMI Network Gas Meter Smart Appliances Tstat Lighting Controls In-Home Display Electric Meter HVAC System Home Automation System ZigBee HAN Energy Gateway Water Meter Santa Clara 2008 ZigBee is the Leading Wireless Technology for Home Control ZigBee has been adopted by most leading HA system vendors…. …and leading-edge managed home automation providers… …and the top energy managementHome Area Network” suppliers Source: West Technology Research Solutions, Q1’2008 Wireless/


1 Case 9154: Overview of BGE’s Energy Efficiency Program September 29 Filing Presented to Stakeholders October 22, 2008 With October 29, 2008 Revisions.

strategy is to target high energy use customers and homes built pre-1980 12 Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Program u Quick Home Energy Check-Up –Promoted for/ without government assistance u The Multifamily Program will target property owners and managers of multifamily residential facilities with four or more dwellings per building u /substantial energy savings opportunities such as packaged HVAC units –Larger facilities will be eligible to receive a more comprehensive assessment of building systems and/


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