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VISION Batteries + Electrification: Unlocking Decarbonization
May 21 @ 3:00 pm - 3:40 pm
Around the world companies are making pledges to rapidly decarbonize. Battery storage will help make those promises reality.
While the building industry continues to strive for Net Zero Energy goals, recent policies requiring all-electric building design are shifting the focus away from energy and onto carbon emissions. It is now more important than ever to consider how buildings will integrate with the carbon emissions goals with an ever-changing electrical grid. One key to grid integration is battery storage. Join Principal David Kaneda and Associate Jared Landsman, to learn how to leverage battery storage in buildings to enable load shifting and optimize battery controls to minimize utility costs and carbon emissions.
David Kaneda, Principal – Integral Group
Principal David Kaneda PE, FAIA, LEED Fellow, is an innovator in the design of high performance, deep green buildings. He has led the electrical design for dozens of LEED Platinum, AIA COTE Top 10, Net Zero Energy (NZE), Well Building and Living Building Challenge projects, including the first NZE commercial office in the US.
His specialties include NZE/C building design, minimizing operational carbon emissions, sustainable electrical engineering, renewables and microgrids, plug load reduction, EV charging strategies and lighting and daylighting design.
Jared Landsman, Associate – Integral Group
Associate Jared Landsman leads the Building Performance team at Integral Group in Oakland, CA. His work focuses on all facets of design analytics, including modeling, natural ventilation, system selection, thermal comfort, climate analysis, and post occupancy evaluation.
Jared has worked on numerous zero net energy projects, helping guide building design toward high performance and decarbonization. Jared serves as a member of the LEED IEQ Technical Advisory Committee and as a consultant to the ASHRAE 62.1 Natural Ventilation Committee.
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