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Grid-interactive smart buildings are being positioned as a crucial demand-side asset for energy flexibility and peak load reduction. Achieving grid-interactive capabilities in the buildings sector will require advances in modeling and measurement of building operations to characterize grid-interactive efficiency and flexibility measures and quantify their potential to provide grid services at scale. This seminar introduces recent work that quantitatively assesses grid-interactive efficient building operations and their potential benefits at the building- and grid-level. Attendees will gain an understanding of measures for energy efficient and flexible building operations, state-of-the art methods for modeling these measures, and gaps in current modeling capabilities.
- 1. Behind the Meter: Progress from the Gridoptimal Buildings Initiative on Metrics, Models and Pilots
Alexi Miller, P.E., Member, New Buildings Institute, Portland, OR
- 2. Grid-Interactive Efficient Buildings: Potential Impacts on Regional Utility System Loads
Jared Langevin, Ph.D., Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA
- 3. The National Potential for Load Flexibility: Value and Market Potential through 2030
Ryan Hledik, Brattle Group, San Francisco, CA
Citation: ASHRAE 2020 Virtual Seminar
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