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I head Marketing for a proptech startup that eliminates wasted energy & C02e by controlling plugload
I work with cities to promote efficiency in rental housing
I'm from a Strategic Energy Management product from Xcel Energy.
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How will innovations in building energy management inform new building code development?
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (MEEA)
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And how quickly with those codes be developed once better info is available?
Crystal Egelkamp - MEEA
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And I think one could get to reasonable targets -
Jeanelle Monae - Electric Lady!
Consultant - Disruptive Technology
No - unintended consequences
the capacity to source accurate data from mains systems and misc. energy loads is rapidly increasing -- moreover, the ability to CONTROL energy usage and load shifting is accelerating. I work with a proptech developing these capabilities.
agreed - finding the right people within utilities to even begin a conversation is incredibly difficult.
Sorry - if I missed it. Does ComEd rely on AMI data to provide the access to data? Also, does the four or more tenants mean that this is only available for commercial buildings?
Also - to clarify. Not that the AMI provides the data, but that the buildings have to have an AMI meter to get data.
Currently ComEd’s solution provides aggregated building data, and the 4+ is any type of building/tenant customer types.
(Sorry panelists ignore that)
Natalie - ComEd is currently aggregating billing data, and the 4 tenant threshold is relevant for any type of multi tenant structure.
Is there an additional cost to customers for ComEd's EUDS?
When ComEd was doing it manually, they did charge for the data. Once they automated it they eliminated the charge, so currently there is not.
The interesting aspect of the whole building energy data is that unless it can be segmented by use type, the benchmark or performance data is interesting but not actionable (triggering change)
Other = All of the Above, however, the most bang for the buck would likely be support to building owners/operators to increase compliance and quality of data reported
Great webinar. Thank you. Reenergized for the day!
Great information - Thanks. And great to see an all female diverse panel.
Thank you all for a very insightful discussion and informative session!
thank you to each panelist; we could literally listen to you over an afternoon1