CABA Intelligent & Integrated Building Council (IIBC) Meeting Agenda – Tuesday, October 28, 2014 CABA Board member and IIBC Chair, Jeff Hamilton from Ingersoll Rand/Trane, and CABA Board member and IIBC Vice-Chair, Debra Gondeck-Becker, from Honeywell International, are pleased to announce that the next CABA IIBC meeting will be held Tuesday, October 28, 2014 by webinar and conference call. Welcome and Introductions – Jeff Hamilton (IIBC Chair from Ingersoll Rand/Trane), and Ron Zimmer (CABA) Review Past Minutes – Jeff Hamilton (Ingersoll Rand/Trane) Motion to accept or reject the minutes Research Update – Greg Walker (CABA) 3.1 IIBC Landmark Research for 2014: ‘Intelligent Buildings and Big Data’ Link: http://www.caba.org/research/projects/intelligent-buildings-big-data 3.2 ‘Intelligent & Integrated Building Technologies: Market Sizing North America Version 2’ Link: http://www.caba.org/research/projects/market-sizing-NA-version2 3.3 ‘Zero Net Energy Buildings: Building Intelligent Controls Driving Success’ Webinar on November 6, 12noon – 1pm ET. To register go to: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=gxswznbab&oeidk=a07 ea0j1wj32baf1be8 Link: http://www.caba.org/research/projects/zero-net-energy-buildings 3.4 Proposed CABA Projects: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) , FLEXLAB More information can be found at: http://flexlab.lbl.gov/ The full research proposal can be found at: http://www.caba.org/iibc Working Group: AMX - Shawn Brechbill Cadillac Fairview Corporation - Scott McBrayne exp US Services, Inc. – Jim Boggs Honeywell HBS - Wendy Foslien Honeywell International, Inc. - Liana Kiff LBNL - Cindy Regnier Pella Corporation - Larry Ehlinger Sustainable Resources Management – David Katz The Clarient Group – Michael Carter 3.5 Suggestion for 2015 CABA Research: Next Landmark Research - Cybersecurity of Intelligent Buildings 3.6 CABA eStore: The CABA eStore offers primary research at a 10% discount to CABA members. Participating research companies include: BSRIA, Compass Intelligence LLC, IGI Group, Memoori, Navigant Research, and ON World. Link: http://estore.caba.org/ 4. IIBC White Paper Sub-Committee (WPSC) Update – Ken Wacks (Ken Wacks Associates), White Paper Sub-Committee Chair 4.1 Completed: Toward Net Zero Energy (NZE) Super High Rise Commercial Buildings The complete paper can be found at: http://www.caba.org/iibc Working Group: Asian Institute of Intelligent Buildings - Albert So (Main Author) Ken Wacks Associates - Ken Wacks (Co-Author) Sustainable Resources Management - David Katz (Co-Author) 4.2 Approved Proposals: 4.2.1 ‘Cybersecurity and Intelligent Buildings’ Working Group: Frost & Sullivan, Pramod Dibble (Author) Siemens Industry Inc., Raphael Imhof Siemens Industry Inc., Udo Drafz 4.2.2 ‘Improving Organizational Productivity with Building Automation Systems’ Working Group: Andrews University, Jay Brand National Research Council, Alexandra Thompson (Author) National Research Council, Guy Newsham (Author) National Research Council, Jennifer Veitch (Author) Oxford Properties, Liviu Botan TD Bank, Graham Takata University of Western Ontario, John Meyer US General Services Administration, Judi Heerwagon 4.3 General Discussion and Call for New White Paper Topics Industry Profile - Jeff Hamilton (Ingersoll Rand/Trane) 5.1 Smart Energy Network Task Force (Send TF) Hugo Schotman (Canadian Gas Association), Evgueniy Entchev (Natural Resources Canada) The Smart Energy Network (SEN) concept builds on the Smart Grid concept, but extends it by optimizing the integration of all available energy sources, including electricity, natural gas and thermal, within a cluster of residential and commercial buildings. A SEN uses advanced ICT to deliver the most efficient enduser energy services, while integrating distributed energy and renewables, and relieving electric grid congestion by conversion and storage of energy. 5.2 EMerge Alliance - Brian Patterson (EMerge Alliance) An open industry association developing standards leading to the rapid adoption of DC power distribution in commercial buildings. These innovative standards integrate interior infrastructures, power, controls and devices in a common microgrid platform to facilitate the hybrid use of AC and DC power throughout buildings for unprecedented design and space flexibility, greater energy efficiency and improved sustainability. For more information go to: http://www.emergealliance.org/Home.aspx Smart Energy Network Deployment Task Force (SEND TF) CABA Intelligent & Integrated Building Council (IIBC) 28 October 2014 Hugo Schotman & Evguenly Entchev (co-chairs SEND TF) a Smart Energy Network… • … is an extension of a Smart Grid by optimizing the use of all available energy sources (electricity, natural gas and thermal, renewable and non-renewable). • … integrates the energy sources at a building (residential/commercial) to community level • … is expected to deliver end-user energy services in a more affordable, reliable and sustainable way, creating a more efficient and resilient energy system • … addresses electric grid congestion through the use of conversion and storage of energy, and multifunctional/multifuel end-use devices. https://wise.uwaterloo.ca/sen SEND TF • Goal: “To advance the deployment of SENs and its key components, by realizing one or more SEN demonstration projects by the end of 2016.” • Members: Natural Resource Canada (NRCan) / CanmetENERGY, Canadian Gas Association (CGA), Canadian Electricity Association (CEA), National Research Council (NRC), Union Gas, University of Waterloo / Waterloo Institute for Sustainable Energy (WISE), University of Toronto, Quality Urban Energy Systems of Tomorrow (QUEST), Energy Technology and Innovations Canada (ETIC) and Continental Automated Building Association (CABA) Scope of the SEND TF Phases of the SEND TF Plan Phase I is underway • Modeling will tell us which components: • are expected to have a positive contribution to a SEN in terms of cost, emissions and efficiency • should be considered for Phase II Lab Testing • Dedicated post-doctoral fellow • under supervision of WISE and CanmetENERGY • supported by Union Gas, CGA and MITACS Phase II is starting soon • Plan for Lab Testing with activities, budget and equipment requirements is available • Budget and in-kind contributions are partly secured • Seeking additional non-binding financial and in-kind equipment contributions (e.g. electrolyzer, fuel cells, control and ICT equipment) Join the SEND TF • Benefits: • Opportunity to showcase technology • Be recognized as a Key Contributor • Preferred supplier for demonstration projects • To express you interest or for any questions, please contact Hugo Schotman (co-chair & project manager SEND TF) • firstname.lastname@example.org • +1 613 793 8840 Vision Standards Eco-system Transformation The EnerNet About Hybrid AC/DC Microgrids Vision The Status Quo… DC / Semiconductor Based Loads DC V F DC D AC AC DC 4% to 8% Loss AC Typical 4% - 8% Conversion Loss 2% to 10% loss (Dimming) DC AC 12% to 20% loss DC AC AC 15% to 20% loss DC DC sources AC 4% to 8% Loss AC 3% to 10% loss DC storage DC AC DC 4% to 8% Loss AC Grid The EnerNet About Hybrid AC/DC Microgrids The Ideal End State… Vision DC / Semiconductor V Based Loads F D • Higher Efficiency • Minimal Conversion Loss • Lower Operating Expense • Safer DC DC 2% to 5% loss 0% loss 2% to 5% loss (Dimming) DC DC A C 3% to 6% loss DC DC Bus DC A C AC Grid DC A C DC 3% to 5% loss DC DC 1% to 5% loss DC storage 0% to 2% loss • Fewer Components • More Reliable • Less Real Estate • Reduced Carbon Footprint The EnerNet Scalable Microgrid Networks: The Enernet Vision Building Level Microgrids Deliver Power... • Autonomy • Stability/Reliability • Simplicity • Compatibility • Flexibility • Scalability • Efficiency • Economics • Peer-to-peer connectivity Challenge of Existing Buildings 85% of buildings that will exist in 2030 are here today! Opportunistic Transformation Strategy • • • Retrofits Renovation Re-Use Building Microgrids Hybrid AC/DC Buildings Transformation Beginning with the Occupied Space Developed for commercial interiors OCCUPIED SPACE INFRASTRUCTURE: P1 = Ceiling P2 = Walls P3 = Furniture P4 P4 = Floors P2 P1 P3 P2 Hybrid AC/DC Buildings Transformation Including Specialty Building Applications 380Vdc distribution Standard has been Issued Product Registry is Open Connecting the Dots… PNC Finance Branch Bank • Net Zero Building • Low Voltage dc LED Fixtures • Power directly from on-site solar • Design: Gensler • Build: Turner • EMerge Registered Products: • Lighting: Acuity/Lithonia LED fixtures & Controls • Armstrong® DC FlexZone™ Ceiling • TE Connectivity LVDC cables • Nextek power servers State of Michigan Treasury Building • Low voltage dc LED fixtures • Wireless Internet Controls • Re-configurable plug & play design • Design: McMillan & Associates • Build: B&B Construction • EMerge Registered Products • • • • Lighting: Acuity/Lithonia LED fixtures Armstrong® DC FlexZone™ Ceiling TE Connectivity cables Nextek power servers & SKY controls Steel ORCA Data Center • 380 Volt dc bus architecture • Highest resiliency and reliability • Scalable design saves 50% CapEx. • Design: Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Assoc. • Constructed by: Gilbane Co. • EMerge Registered Products: • • • • • • GVA & Cooper lighting Armstrong® DC FlexZone Ceiling UE Starline DC busway TE Connectivity cables Emerson Network Power rectifiers Nextek Power servers & SKY controls West Data Center • 10% less energy, PUE=1.18 • 15% less capex – 20% lower install • 25% smaller footprint • Designed by: ABB/HP • Constructed by: Various • Registered EMerge Products: • ABB Rectifiers, power protection and switchgear* • Anderson Power Products/Ideal Connectors NextEnergy Center • Hybrid AC/DC Microgrids • Plug & Play Architecture • Multiple renewable energy sources. • Designed by: Various • Constructed by: Various • EMerge Registered Products • • • • • • • • Acuity/Lithonia LED fixtures Armstrong® DC FlexZone Ceiling TE Connectivity cables Anderson/Ideal Connectors & cables Emerson Network Power Rectifiers Nextek Power servers & SKY controls Bosch home appliances* Step Warm dc radiant floors* 50+ Demonstration, Test, Beta Sites The Applications are not Restricted DC Powered Interior Spaces: World’s 1st Hybrid AC/DC Building Microgrid to provide show floor power to a “Net Zero Zone” Morial Convention Center Building Microgrid Contact Information www. EMergeAlliance.org 6. Next CABA Intelligent Buildings & Digital Home Forum – Greg Walker (CABA) The CABA Intelligent Buildings & Digital Home Forum will be held in Austin, Texas from April 14 - 16, 2015. CABA will be collocating with the Broadband Community Summit, which will have a combined total of 1,000+ industry professionals. For more information on this event, please go to: http://www.caba.org/caba-forum2015. Also included with the Intelligent & Integrated Building Sessions are Keynotes, receptions, networking events, and an IBM Labs tour hosted by IBM. The IIBC (face-to-face) meeting will also be held at this event, more info will be forwarded in the near future. 6.1 Call for Session Topics a) Building Commissioning/optimization b) Cybersecurity of Buildings c) Zero Net Energy Buildings and beyond d) ………………….. 6.2 Call for Speakers (Keynote and session) 6.3 Call for Research Workshop Topics 7. CABA Strategic Plan – Ron Zimmer (CABA) 8. Call for New Business – Jeff Hamilton (Ingersoll Rand/Trane) Potential work and projects that CABA should undertake or forward to the CABA Board of Directors: http://www.caba.org/board 9. Adjournment (1:30 PM ET) - Jeff Hamilton (Ingersoll Rand/Trane) Next IIBC Meeting – January 2015 via Webinar ======================================= You can view the list of IIBC members, IIBC past minutes, etc. at: http://www.caba.org/iibc. Don’t hesitate to contact the CABA office (613.686.1814 X227/ 888.798.CABA) if you have any questions about the next IIBC meeting. CABA IIBC meetings are open to CABA members and non-members, and everyone is encouraged to participate. Please forward this invitation to others in your organization or industry that you feel may want to participate in this IIBC meeting.