May 8-9, 2019 - San Francisco Advanced Energy
Q2 Smart Buildings & Grid Modernization
Tyrone Jue, Senior Advisor on the Environment, Office of the Mayor, City and County of San Francisco
Paul Woolford AIA, Senior Vice President, Design Principal, HOK
Peter Klauer, Senior Advisor, Smart Grid Technology, California ISO
Dave Hulinsky, Director, Utility Telecom & Automation, Black & Veatch
Barbara Hale, Assistant General Manager, Power, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
5/8 Winning Dinner Problem Statement
Table 2: There aren’t enough incentives in San Francisco for residents and businesses to adopt technologies and create efficiencies to achieve 2050 climate goals: incentives.
Winning Problem Statement
Lack of shared smart building innovations (like renewable electricity generation, EV charging, battery storage, peak-shaving technologies) across City and customer properties. - Barbara Hale, Assistant General Manager, Power, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Winning 12-month action plan
Table 6: Q1: Identify optimal location(s) for beta demonstration project that integrates comprehensive DER technologies across public boundaries. Q2: Preliminary analysis. Q3: Identify cost estimate and financing options. Q4: Achieve demonstration site customer commitment to move forward. Sign up for Task Force here.
Task Force Leader:
Jonathon W. Stage, PE | Vice President, Willdan Group, Inc.
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