Zero Net Energy Buildings - Continental Automated Buildings

Report
Zero Net Energy Buildings:
Building Intelligent Controls Driving Success
Greg Walker
Research Director
Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA)
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 613.686.1814 x227
Website: http://www.caba.org
CABA
The Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) is an international
not-for-profit industry association, founded in 1988, dedicated to the
advancement of intelligent home and intelligent building technologies. The
organization is supported by an international membership of over 300
organizations involved in the design, manufacture, installation and retailing of
products relating to home automation and building automation. Public
organizations, including utilities and government are also members. CABA's
mandate includes providing its members with networking and research
opportunities. CABA also encourages the development of industry standards
and protocols, and leads cross-industry initiatives. www.caba.org
What does ZNE look like?
ZNE Buildings have very low energy loads such that the annual
energy consumption is balanced by on-site renewable energy
Germany's Solar Coated Building by
surPLUShome
The Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building
and U.S. Courthouse in Grand Junction,
CO, which GSA is aiming to turn into a NetZero Energy usage historic building.
(Photo courtesy of GSA)
CO2 Emissions from Fossil Fuels by Sector
Industry 25%
Industrial:
Buildings
43%
Commercial:
17%
Residential:
21%
Buildings=
Transport
32%
Data Source: Pew Center on Global Climate Change
5%
43%
1-3% added initial cost of construction could
save up to 60 percent of energy use in new
buildings. (2013 Cost Comparison of ZNE and
LBC for the District of Columbia)
California’s Net Zero Energy Building Mandate
To Reshape US Construction Industry
Buildings are responsible for at least 40% of
energy use in most countries. (The World
Business Council for Sustainable Development)
The first commercial-scale
net-zero building was a
center for environmental
studies, completed at
Oberlin College in Ohio in
2000. (Scientific America)
Who is going to Zero?
McDonalds
Solterra
Architects
Domus
Frito-Lay
Adobe
JC Johnson Co.
TNT Express
Bayer
Walgreens
IBEW 595
PNC Bank
Morphosis
Melink Corp.
Hines
Kaiser Permanente Green Leaf Inn
TD Bank
DPR Construction
Honda
KB Homes
3C Company
Hewlett Packard
Bubbly Dynamics Walt Disney
States : CA, CO, DC, DE, MA, MN, NY, NM, OR, RI,
VT, WA
Cities: Seattle, Austin, Cambridge, Lancaster, Fort
Collins Tucson/Pima County
All U.S. Federal Buildings, The European Union
British Columbia, Canada
NBI © 2014
# of ZNE Projects
+ 40 more
Pending
Sizes/Type of ZNE Buildings
•36% Education
•19% offices
•24% Renovations
• 18 Districts
• 12 Multi-family
• Increase in Private Sector
NBI © 2014
2015 CABA Research Project
“Zero Net Energy Buildings: Building
Intelligent Controls Driving Success”
http://www.caba.org/research/projects/zero-net-energy-buildings
Research Scope
Areas of Inquiry:
1.
Selection Rationale and Characteristics
2.
Energy Impact
3.
Operational Feedback – Operators and Occupants
5 Objectives:
1) Determine the frequency, types and characteristics of EIStype systems in ZNE buildings.
2) Identify the methodology used to determine a) the
inclusion of an integrated EIS and b) the selection of specific
systems.
3) Represent the operator and occupant user preferences,
and anticipated versus actual interface roles and applications.
4) Establish energy savings estimates attributable to the EIS
and their role toward the ZNE target
5) Deliver, the results through various market connection
opportunities and pathways in order for the results to have
market impact (eg. media, e-news, utility programs, policy
makers etc).
Target Sites and Timeline
ZNE and Ultra-low Energy Bldgs
20-50k
Offices
50-100
13
Education Centers - Community
100+
Totals
2
4
19
4
1
5
Total Study Sites:
Research Area
24
Estimated Available #
Target Building Sites
Target Quantity
25-30
20
500
100
Study Groups
Month Following Contract Agreement
Task
Task 1
Task 2
Task 3
Task 4
Description
Research Development
Outreach and Inquiry
Findings Analysis and Reports
Market Connections
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Ongoing Research Mgmt and CABA reporting
Draft
Develop MC Plan
9
Final
Market Conn Action
Current CABA Research Projects
Connected Consumer Roadmap: Driven by the Internet of Things
Intelligent Buildings and Big Data
14
Current CABA Research Projects
Intelligent and Integrated Building Technologies: Market Size N.A. version 2
(MSNA v2)
Zero Net Energy Buildings: Building Intelligent Controls Driving Success
15
Questions - Discussion
Join us in this Research
Greg Walker
Research Director
Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA)
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 613.686.1814 x227
Website: http://www.caba.org

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