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Monday, March 12 (continued) Policy/Benchmarking 1 1. U.S. Army Net Zero Policy, Initiatives and Progress Katherine Hammack, Member, U.S. Army, Washington, D.C. 2. NSTAR: High Performance Buildings and the Implementation of Targeted Incentive Programs that Work Carlos Alonso-Niemeyer, NSTAR Electric and Gas Corporation, Westwood, Mass. 3. Getting to Zero: A Look at the Costs, Features and Policy Direction of Zero-Energy and Zero-Capable Commercial Buildings Dave Hewitt, Cathy Turner, New Buildings Institute, Vancouver, Wash.; and Adam Scherba, New Buildings Institute, White Salmon, Wash. 4. California Green Building Standards Code (CALGreen) 2010: New Challenges and Opportunities Maia R. Speer, P.E., Member, Guttmann & Blaevoet, San Francisco 3. Plug Load Opportunities: Results from a Commercial Of ce Field Monitoring Study Catherine Mercier, Ecos, Durango, Colo. Tuesday, March 13 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. Keynote Address Dodo-sapiens: How Our Way of Life is Killing Us and the Need for Regenerative, Bio-Based Buildings Eric Corey Freed, organicARCHITECT, San Francisco Policy/Benchmarking 2 1. Energy Benchmarking: Not One Size Fits All Karin Giefer and Juliet Walker, Arup, New York 2. Moving Fault Detection and Diagnostics Forward with Policy and Market Transformation Kristin Heinemeier, Ph.D., P.E., Member, Western Cooling Efficiency Center, Davis, Calif.; and Mark Cherniack, Member, New Buildings Institute, White Salmon, Wash. 3. Compared to What? Building A Case for Benchmarking, Measured Performance and Case Studies Cathy Higgins, Mark Frankel, Cathy Turner and Adam Scherba, New Buildings Institute, White Salmon, Wash. 4. Achieving Deep Retro t with ESPC in Government Facilities Kinga Porst, Associate Member, U.S. General Services Administration, Washington, D.C. 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. High Performing Buildings Magazine Roundtable: What We Are Learning Forum moderator is Kent Peterson, P .E., Presidential Member/Fellow ASHRAE, P2S Engineering, Long Beach, Calif. While many buildings are said to be “green,” “low energy,” or “high performance,” only some of those buildings can provide operating data which support their claims. HPB provides performance data of exemplary buildings so that building professionals can learn the best practices for attaining sustainable goals. The editorial advisory board for ASHRAE’s HPB Magazine will share the lessons they have learned from reporting on the experiences of the designers, contractors, suppliers and owners of buildings that have been featured in the magazine. Performance data collected from featured buildings has been assembled in a data base allowing for the identi cation of planning and operating strategies that have proven successful — along with assumptions that have fallen by the wayside. Forum moderator is Kent Peterson. 3:15 p.m. – 4:45 p.m. Plug Load Reduction strategies 1. Workstation Plug Loads: Developing a Baseline, Sub-Metering, and Encouraging Behavioral Change Ian Metzger, Member, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, Colo. 2. Leveraging Lighting Control Investments to Realize Plug Load Energy Savings Eric Fournier, WattStopper, Carlsbad, Calif. 4:45 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Posters on Display Ron Jarnagin Ronald “Ron” Jarnagin is a staff scientist, Paci c Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, Wash. As ASHRAE’s president, Jarnagin directs the Society’s Board of Directors and oversees the Executive Committee. Past service includes all of ces on the Executive Committee; chair of the PresidentElect Advisory Committee, Members Council, the Advocacy Committee and the Building Energy Quotient Ad Hoc Committee; a consultant to the Standard 90.1 committee, Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings. He formerly chaired the Standard 90.1 committee and chaired committees that wrote three Advanced Energy Design Guides on small of ces, highway lodging and warehouses and storage units. Jeanne Clinton Jeanne Clinton is Special Advisor for Ef ciency at the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), appointed by Governor Brown. Previously she was Governor Schwarzenegger’s Clean Energy Advisor at the CPUC, during which time she led the California Solar Initiative and guided California’s Long-Term Energy Ef ciency Strategic Plan. She frequently testi es at the California legislature on energy policy matters. Jeanne has spent her career working on clean energy issues, sustainable development, and climate mitigation in a variety of roles, from government policy and strategy, to utility and government program delivery, both in the U.S. and internationally. She has degrees from Dartmouth College and UC Berkeley. Eric Corey Freed Eric Corey Freed, LEED AP is a founding principal , of organicARCHITECT in San Francisco. Freed is a recognized pioneer in the tradition of Organic Architecture, rst developed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Promoting an organic and ecological approach to design, Freed wishes to provide an alternative to what he calls the “harsh, style-driven fashions” that are so popular in architecture today. Freed is the author of the best-selling Green Building & Remodeling for Dummies. He is a coauthor on Sustainable School Architecture and Green$ense for the Home, which were released in 2010. 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