Tuesday, June 22, 2021
09:00 AM - 12:30 PM
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The California Energy Commission (CEC) will host a workshop to examine the equipment and technologies needed to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions associated with California’s buildings. The workshop will also explore the current state of supply chains for low-carbon building equipment. Commissioner J. Andrew McAllister is the CEC’s Lead Commissioner for the 2021 Integrated Energy Policy Report (2021 IEPR) and also the lead for the analysis of building decarbonization for the 2021 IEPR proceeding.
A quorum of commissioners may participate, but no votes will be taken.
The workshop will be held remotely, consistent with Executive Orders N-25-20 and N-29-20 and the recommendations from the California Department of Public Health to encourage physical distancing to slow the spread of COVID-19. The public can participate in the workshop consistent with the direction in these executive orders.
The workshop will be held in two sessions on Tuesday, June 22, 2021, as follows:
- Session 1 at 9:00 a.m. : Scale of Building Decarbonization in California, Equipment, and Supply Chain
- Session 2 at 2:00 p.m. : Emerging Technologies and Solutions
Notice and Schedule
- Transcript of Session 1 - IEPR Commissioner Workshop on Building Decarbonization – Equipment, Technology, and Supply Chain
- Presentation - California Building Decarbonization Building Characteristics, Challenges, and Analysis Michael Kenney, Energy Specialist
- Presentation - 2019 Residential Appliance Saturation Study (RASS) Le-Huy Nguyen, Energy Commission Specialist II
- Presentation - Building Decarbonization Barrier Busting by Panama Bartholomy
- Presentation - The Advanced Water Heating Initiative IEPR Commissioner Workshop on Building Decarbonization Ralph Dinola, CEO, New Buildings Institute
- Presentation - CEC – IEPR Commissioner Workshop - Scale of Building Decarbonization in Calif, Equipment, and Supply Chain Josh Greene, VP, Govt and Industry Affairs, A.O. Smith
- Presentation - Zero Carbon Retrofit Technology Research and Development Amy Egerter, Manager, Carbon-free Buildings, Rocky Mountain Institute