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This product is a zip file that contains files that consist of PowerPoint slides synchronized with the audio-recording of the speaker, PDF files of the slides, and audio only (mp3 format) as noted.

As more variable renewable wind and solar photovoltaic power have been and will likely continue to be added to the electric grid, management of building power demand will be increasingly looked upon as one of the ways to compensate for both diurnal variability of solar power and difficulty to predict stochastic variability of wind power. This seminar explores approaches being used currently and under development for future use to control building demand for this purpose with a special focus on how participation impacts the energy consumption and efficiency of buildings.

  • 1. Why We Need to Simultaneously Deploy Both Energy Efficiency and Grid Services in Commercial Buildings
    Srinivas Katipamula, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA
  • 2. The Performance Evaluation of Optimal Demand Responsive A/C Operation in Residential Buildings
    Li Song, Ph.D., P.E., Member, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
  • 3. Quantifying the Ancillary Service Potentials and Associated Inefficiency in Buildings Using a Modelica-Based
    Xing Lu, Student Member, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
  • 4. Using a Green Solution to Solve Power Reliability and Economics for Commercial and Industrial Owners
    Raj Chudgar, Demand Power Group Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada
  • 5. First Experimental Results of Optimal Load Shifting for Small-Medium Sized Commercial Buildings: Impact on
    Energy Efficiency
    Donghun KIM, Ph.D., Lawerence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA

Citation: ASHRAE 2020 Virtual Seminar