Below is a recording of the 6th Annual SEEC Forum’s final plenary session. Hear from California Building Industry Association (CBIA)’s Bob Raymer how Title 24’s new code requirements (coming 2017) like high performing attics and advanced wall systems represent a big change in design process, are are leading the CPUC, CEC, and investor-owned utilities to invest in training and outreach to industry. (For training resources, see the Trainings page.)
Learn also how steps need to be taken to reduce residential plug load energy waste, how to best deploy smart technologies, and how to maximize solar as buildings move toward zero net energy (ZNE).
Shannon Casey speaks about business association Cleantech San Diego about how utilities, business communities, universities, schools and municipalities are working together on innovation in the region – with a focus on the Smart Cities project at the Port of San Diego, and how data found through smart sensor deployment helped the Port make no-cost operational adjustments to save energy and money.
Finally, Dian Grueneich shares her experience as Commissioner at the CPUC, the development of California zero net energy (ZNE) goals, the California Energy Efficiency Strategic Plan, and the creation of the Statewide Energy Efficiency Collaborative (SEEC) and the Statewide Coordinator role for local governments. She also shares about how research at Stanford on energy efficiency challenges, opportunities, and policy needs.