Enovative has a session at the 2012 ACEEE Summer Study about Hot Water Distribution.
The summer study will be held at the Asilomar Conference Center from August 12th to August 17th.
Please join us to discuss more about the water and energy relationship and areas that might be improved. If you are attending the conference and interesting in setting up a meeting in advance and learning how we can help reach you reach therm and kWh goals, please call us 866-495-2734, and use extension 703.
Gabriel Ayala, Enovative’s Hot Water Specialist (and Chief Business Development Officer) will be speaking on Monday August, 13th from 10:30am to 12pm on Panel 2.
Mr. Ayala’s presentation covers hot water distribution, and has some information on emerging cost-effective technologies, like Enovative’s D’MAND CIRC® – The first and only demand controlled recirc pump for central water heating systems in multifamily and commercial buildings. There is also a discussion about existing utility energy programs and upcoming codes such as the changes in California’s Title 24 energy code.
About Panel 2: Residential Buildings: Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation
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Panel Leaders: Rafael Friedmann, Pacific Gas & Electric Company and Ryan Kerr, Gas Technology Institute
SESSION TOPICS: How to design and implement effective residential energy efficiency, renewable energy, green technology, and load management programs and policy initiatives, including: trend analyses; key market drivers and market diffusion models; consumer behavior and value; training requirements; new/overlooked energy saving opportunities; lessons learned about markets and/or impacts including new construction and building retrofits; single- and multi-family housing; low-income weatherization programs; innovative financing; miscellaneous electric loads; peak loads; hot water distribution loads; space heating and cooling loads. Innovations to enhance application of codes and standards: outcome-based codes, installation standards, compliance and enforcement. Commissioning and existing buildings opportunities and challenges.
The 2012 ACEEE Summer Study is the 17th biennial ACEEE conference on Energy Efficiency in Buildings. A diverse group of professionals from around the world will gather at this preeminent meeting to discuss the technological basis for, and practical implementation of, actions to reduce energy use and the climate impacts associated with buildings. Presentations and discussions will relate to the theme, “Fueling Our Future with Efficiency.” Global activities related to building energy efficiency and sustainability have received increased attention worldwide in recent years, in order to avoid the worst consequences of climate change, while also addressing the problems of energy security and resource depletion. To progress towards an energy-efficient and sustainable future, the pace of investment in, and implementation of, energy use reduction strategies must be greatly accelerated. Well integrated government and utility programs, codes and standards, technologies, integrated design processes, operation practices and financing sources need to be further developed and cost-effectively implemented, while addressing behavioral factors and workforce development needs. A new generation of multi-disciplinary practitioners, researchers, and policymakers needs to be educated and quickly deployed to solve the closely-coupled energy efficiency and climate problems that we face. Come to the 2012 Summer Study, where you can share your ideas and engage in dialogue with leading thinkers, visionaries, and luminaries in the field, while experiencing the magnificent natural setting of Asilomar.