Decarbonizing Existing Commercial Buildings


June 24 | 9:00am - 12:30pm | Webinar

This program is hosted & funded by the SDG&E Energy Innovation Center.

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Course Description: 

This session will discuss the specifics of decarbonizing existing commercial buildings as well as the more broad background on building decarbonization in California. You will learn how commercially-ready technologies for multiple building systems can be applied to achieve decarbonization as well as some common pitfalls to be aware of. After the concept and technology is presented, the session will cover adjacent areas of building performance and operation that must be considered before and after a decarbonization project.

This event is approved for the following continuing education:

- General GBCI & AIA Continuing Education Units

Seminar Highlights:

1. Learn what decarbonization of buildings means.

2. Become familiar with practical applications of building system technologies to achieve decarbonization of existing commercial buildings.

3. Learn about the anticipated interactions between decarbonized buildings and other related topics of building performance such as electrification, demand response, gas and electric utilities, and other topics.


Speakers:

Anthony Sclafani, PE, CEM

Johnson Controls

Mr. Sclafani is an engineering manager in Johnson Controls’ Performance Infrastructure™ division. Mr. Sclafani oversees the development of energy retrofit projects that include energy storage, renewable energy, and large-scale energy efficiency solutions. He has over 15 years of experience developing projects that have improved the performance of hundreds of buildings around the western US. Mr. Sclafani is a registered professional engineer, AEE Certified Energy Manager, and holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering.


WHEN

June 24, 2020 at 9am - 12:30pm

WHERE

ONLINE WEBINAR
San Diego, CA
United States
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