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Demand Flexibility - AEE January Webinar

  • 27 Jan 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Webinar Link to be sent in Confirmation email

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Welcome

Join us for our 1st AEE NV Meeting of 2021 via Webinar! Due to social distancing and guidelines subject to change in Nevada, we will be offering educational webinars until we can meet in person. 

Topic

As energy supplies diversify and energy demands change the need for buildings to become more responsive to and interactive with the electric grid. HDR Consulting, LLC will present some of the current challenges and the demand management technologies that are enabling a smarter, more flexible energy system.

Here's some finer details:

  • Demand Flexibility
  • Grid Enabled Buildings
  • Connected Communities

Reasons for GEB (Green Enabled Buildings)

  • Renewable availability
  • Grid stability

Technology covered:

  • Cooling - HVAC strategies (Hofer)
  • Lighting - Lighting strategies (Butler)
  • Vehicle Grid Integration - EV Charging (Williams)

    Presenters

    Javid Butler

    Javid is a lighting and energy consultant based in Las Vegas, NV. He holds LC, CEM, and CMVP credentials, and is the Education Chair for the Las Vegas section of the Illuminating Engineering Society, and Nevada chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers. He also writes science fiction under the pen name David Pax.

    Steve Hofer

    Coming soon...

    Justin Williams, CEM, CMVP

    Justin graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. He began working as an intern with Perini Building Company on the MGM City Center project, then transitioned to engineering consulting with HDR Consulting for the last nine years. As an engineering consultant, Justin has been involved with numerous energy efficiency and demand response projects through NV Energy, including smart thermostats, HVAC systems, and agricultural irrigation. More recently, he has been working on field demonstrations of optimizing communications between renewable distributed energy resources including battery energy storage and solar systems for grid services.


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