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WEEC 2012 held October 31 - November 2, 2012 at Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, GA

Published in Adobe Acrobat PDF® format, this CD contains contributions from more than 175 top experts spanning virtually every area of commercial, industrial, institutional and governmental energy management. Papers cover a full range of topics, including green and sustainable facility design/retrofit, smart grid developments, best practices in industrial energy efficiency, high performance buildings, building commissioning and retro-commissioning, renewable energy applications, carbon footprinting, advanced energy auditing practices, performance contracting, measurement and verification, smart lighting, HVAC optimization, motor efficiency, steam and compressed air systems optimization, cogeneration, distributed generation, energy codes and standards, federal energy management, energy management master planning, and much more. Numerous case histories of successful projects both in the U.S. and abroad are included.



1 – Introduction

2 – Getting to Zero Starting with 100 – A First Look at the Costs & Features of Zero Energy Buildings
Adam Scherba, Project Analyst, New Buildings Institute

3 – Microgrids & the Evolution of Zero Net Energy Buildings
Ronald Greaves, C.E.M., LEED AP, Marketing Manager, Siemens

4 – Engaging Energy Models Intelligently: The Power of Parametrics
Jim Fireovid, P.E., Senior Engineer, SAIC

5 – Your HVAC System can Manage its Own Energy Use: Advantages of Variable Refrigerant Flow Systems
Charles Miltiades, LEED AP, Senior Controls Engineer, Mitsubishi Electric

6 – Energy Payback Analysis: The First Test for a Sustainable Energy Future
Donald Wulfinghoff, P.E., President, Wulfinghoff Energy Services, Inc.

7 – Fast Payback Compressed Air Efficiency Measures & Cost Effective Upgrade Project with Measured Results
Kevin Carpenter, P.E., C.E.M., Energy Engineer, CLEAResult

8 – Industry CHP Disconnect
Eric Erickson, P.E., C.E.M., Factory Manager, The Amalgamated Sugar Co, LLC

9 – Superior Energy Performance: A Roadmap for Continual Improvement in Energy Efficiency
Paul Scheihing, Technology Manager, U.S. Department of Energy

10 – Cordova, IL & Brockville, Canada 3M Plants Case Studies
Deb Kieper, Senior Energy Project Leader – Energy Management, 3M

11 – Mobilization of data – Manage Energy Usage “On-the-Go” & Increase Visibility of Efficiency Programs with Use of Smartphones & Tablets
Lance Dailey, Vice President of Sales, eSight Energy, Inc.

12 – EnComp: Energy Audit Technology for the 21st Century
David Gohlke, P.E., Senior Product Manager, CLEAResult

13 – So You Want to Be an Energy Consultant?
Lindsay Audin, C.E.M., C.E.P., LEED AP, President, Energywiz, Inc. Richard Costello, P.E., C.E.M., R.E.P., C.D.S.M., G.B.E., C.S.D.P., President, Acela Energy Group, Inc. Fredric S. Goldner, C.E.M., C.E.A., Principal, Energy Management & Research Associates Catherine Luthin, President, Luthin Associates Martin A. Mozzo Jr., P.E., C.E.M., C.M.V.P., B.E.P., President, M&A Associates, Inc. Eric M. Oliver, P.E., C.E.M., G.B.E., LEED AP, President, EMO Energy Solutions, LLC Laurie Weigand-Jackson, C.E.P., President, North America Power Partners, LLC

14 – Lighting Focus on Building Codes & Standards
Fred Oberkircher, FIES, Educational IALD, LC, Ambassador for Lighting Education, Philips Day Brite

15 – LEED 2012: What’s New
H. Jay Enck, CxAP, HBDP, CPMP, BEAP, Chief Technology Officer, Commissioning & Green Building Solutions, Inc.

16 – GM Meets the Challenge for Industry with a Robust Energy Management Process & Projects
Alfred Hildreth, P.E., C.E.M., Energy Manager, General Motors Company

17 – Boeing Energy Challenge – Lessons Learned
Keith Warner, Energy Manager, The Boeing Company

18 – Allergan’s View of the Future for Energy Management
Mike Whaley, Senior Director of EHS & Administrative Services, Allergan

19 – Benefits Realized: On-Site Fuel-Cell Power Generation
Michele Mazza, Energy Leader, Building Materials Group, Owens Corning

20 – Navistar’s Long Term Energy & Sustainability Strategy & Implementation Plans
Jack Shih, P.E., Director, Environmental & Energy Affairs, Navistar

21 – Attracting Investment in Rooftop PV – What Financiers are Looking for & Why
Kevin Lang, Ph.D., Project Manager, SAIC

22 – ORNL Program Provides Recharging Stations for PEV’s in Tennessee
Norm Durfee, Senior Project Manager, Energy & Transportation Sciences Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

23 – Field Testing of Conventional & Plug-In Type Hybrid Electric School Buses
John Markowitz, P.E., C.E.M., Lead Research &Technology Development Engineer, New York Power Authority

24 – What’s Ahead for the PEV Industry?
Russell Vare, Manager, Corporate Planning, Nissan North America, Inc.

25 – Commonwealth Energy Management & Control System: Green Bank of Kentucky
Dick Mink, C.E.M., LEEED AP O+M, CEMCS Project Manager, Director, Division of Facility Efficiency, Finance & Administration Cabinet, Commonwealth of Kentucky William Slone, P.E., C.E.M., Associate Director, Mechanical & Electrical Services, Commonwealth of Kentucky Mark Zoller, EIT, C.E.M., LEED AP, Project Manager, Energy Engineer, Commonwealth of Kentucky

26 – AlabamaSAVES™ Helping Businesses Increase Profit
Todd Billings, C.E.M., Director of Business Development, Sain Engineering Associates, Inc.

27 – Intelligent Load Management – The Future for DMS
Steven Winstead, Managing Consultant, SAIC

28 – Solid State Lighting Drivers: The Weak Link in SSL Systems
Hubie Notohamiprodjo, Director, Marketing- SSL Products, iWatt

29 – LED Lighting – Is it Ready for the Big Time?
Binh Nguyen, P.E., C.E.M., Energy Project Engineer, AMEC Environment & Infrastructure

30 – Solid State Lighting System Basics
Bob Roller, Vice President Business Development, Ruud Lighting Executive Committee

31 – Water Conservation Using Geothermal Heat Pump Systems
Phil Rawlings, C.G.D., Director of Geothermal Services, Trison Construction, Inc.

32 – Geothermal Flexibility in Higher Education
Tom Xenakis, P.E., C.E.M., C.G.D., VP, Commercial Design, Concord Engineering

33 – A Comparison of Ground Source Heat Pump System Designs
James Field, Associate Hydrogeologist, AMEC Environment & Infrastructure Paul Stull, Associate Environmental Engineer, AMEC Environment & Infrastructure

34 – Method for Analysis of Energy Efficiency & Cost-Effectiveness of Close Loop Geothermal Heat Pump Heating- Cooling System
Zohrab Melikyan, Ph.D., C.E.M., D.G.C.P., Professor, Yerevan State University of Architecture & Construction Siranush Egnatosyan, Ph.D., Professor, Yerevan State University of Architecture & Construction

35 – Use of Analytics Packages for Identifying & Maintaining Energy Savings
Annemarie Diaz, P.E., C.E.M., Senior Program Consultant, CLEAResult

36 – Energy Modeling: Identifying Solutions for Turning Your Building into a High Performance Building
Neil Maldeis, P.E., C.E.M., G.B.E., Energy Solutions Engineering Leader, Trane

37 – Using Energy Analytics to Scale Commercial Energy Efficiency
Karim Bibawi, Chief Operating Officer, Retroficiency

38 – The Niche to Nowhere
Shirley Hansen, Ph.D., CEO, Hansen Associates, Inc.

39 – World ESCO Outlook, EPC Up to Now
Pierre Langlois, P.Eng., C.M.V.P., President, Econoler

40 – DeKalb County Renewable Fuel Facility: Landfill Gas to Transportation Fuel
Ted Photakis, Senior Account Executive, Energy Systems Group

41 – Modeling & Simulation of Façade Photovoltaic System at University in Algeria
Cherifa Karamostefa-Khelil, Professor, Saad Dahleb University

42 – Retro-Commissioning for Energy Efficiency
Bob West, P.E., C.E.M., C.B.C.P., C.E.A., G.B.E., CxA, LEED AP, Vice President Operations, Advantage Research Monitoring, Inc.

43 – Barriers to Energy Efficiency & Overcoming Them: Lessons Learned from Retro-Commissioning
Michael C. English, P.E., CCP, LEED AP, Senior Partner, Horizon Engineering Associates, LLP

44 – Monitoring Based Commissioning: An Ongoing Process for Excellence
H. Jay Enck, CxAP, HBDP, CPMP, BEAP, Chief Technology Officer, Commissioning & Green Building Solutions, Inc.

45 – Leveraging Local Plant Resources – Engaging Utilities, State Funds, Suppliers & Employers
Jack Johnson, C.P.E., CEMIT, Energy Manager, Environmental Coordinator, Brown Printing Company

46 – Employees Care if They are Aware – Real Energy Awareness Examples
Richard Feustel, C.E.M., Corporate Energy Services Manager, Briggs & Stratton Corporation

47 – Developing a Corporate Coalition for Energy Management
Sharon Nolen, Corporate Energy Program Manager, Eastman Chemical Company

48 – Managing Energy Opportunities at a Mid-Sized Manufacturer
Mark Albert, P.E., C.E.M., Sustainability Program Manager, Sargento Foods

49 – Outlook for Energy to 2040 – Oil & Gas Production
David Khemakhem, Energy & Technology Advisor, Corporate Strategic Planning, Exxon Mobil Corporation

50 – Scope of Cost Reduction of Ocean Energy Systems
Binoy Choudhury, Ph.D., C.E.M., Associate Professor, Energy Management, IISWBM

51 – Interdependency & Sustainability of Energy Sources – Gas, Oil, Coal, Electricity
John Snell, Managing Director, FCStone, LLC

52 – On-Site Co-Generation with Abundant & Inexpensive Natural Gas
Max Dorflinger, Director, Distributed Power Solutions, Nostrum Power, LLC

53 – Changing the State of State-Level Energy Programs
Benjamin Deitchman, Doctoral Candidate, Georgia Institute of Technology

54 – Carbon Policy Impact on Industrial Manufacturing
Cecilia Arzbaecher, Ph.D., Principal, Energy Engineer, EnerNOC

55 – World Wide Motor Minimum Energy Performance Standards
Richard deFay, Project Manager, Sustainable Electrical Energy, Copper Development Association

56 – Sustaining a Cross Functional Energy Team
Ken Roden, C.E.M., Energy Team Facilitator, Nissan North America

57 – Detailed Case Study – Titan America
Steven Drzymala, P.E., Energy Systems Engineer, Titan America, LLC

58 – Beyond Benchmarking – Getting Your Energy Savings Potential While Benchmarking
Thomas M. Giffin, P.E., LEED AP, Vice President, Program Director for Energy Efficiency Services, SAIC

59 – How Poor Quality Energy Audits Can Lead to Failed Efficiency Projects, Squandered Resources & Overall Disappointment
John Avina, C.E.M., B.E.P., C.S.D.P., C.E.A., C.M.V.P., CxA, President, Abraxas Energy Consulting

60 – Polk County Public Schools: Leading the Way in Florida with Low Tech Solutions
Mark Lester, C.E.M., Energy Manager, Polk County Public Schools

61 – The Trials & Tribulations of Energy Management in Healthcare
Robert L. Berninger, C.E.M., C.S.D.P., Manager, Energy & Engineering Projects, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

62 – CHP in a Distributed Environment
Jeffrey Thomas, P.E., C.E.M., C.E.A., G.B.E., Project Manager, Lockwood, Andrews & Newman, Inc.

63 – District Energy & CHP as a Sustainable Energy Model
Barnabas Path, Development Director, West, Veolia Energy North America

64 – Demand Response & Energy Management Systems Achieve Energy Cost Savings
David A. Eberly, P.E., C.E.M., G.B.E., C.S.D.P., C.E.A., Principal Engineer, Facilities Management, Armstrong World Industries

65 – Strategies for Optimally Managing Building Peak Demand under Climate Altered Scenarios
Daniel Briller, P.E., LEED AP, Senior Project Manager, J.M. Waller Associates, Inc.

66 – Significant Challenges & Opportunities Encountered on the Road to replacing Kyoto Protocol by 2012
Arun Jhaveri, Ph.D., C.S.D.P., Senior Advisor/Consultant, Arun Jhaveri & Associates

67 – A Collaborative Approach to Sustainability: A Case Study of West Virginia Sustainable Communities
Edward Crowe, Ph.D., P.E., C.E.M., Engineering Scientist, West Virginia University

68 – Sustaining the City: A Comprehensive Analysis of the CO2 emissions & Energy Consumption of U.S. Cities
Matthew Cox, Doctoral Candidate, Georgia Institute of Technology

69 – LED Considerations & Strategies for a Well Designed Environment
Peter Hugh, LC, IESNA, President, Hugh Lighting Design

70 – Compliance with the Guiding Principles of High Performance & Sustainable Buildings via ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager
Paul Hutchins, Ph.D., P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP, Vice President, Aerospace & Defense, Reynolds, Smith & Hills, Inc.

71 – Do LEED Buildings Really Save Energy?
Tom Lowery, P.E., LEED AP, Principal, Energy Programs Director, AMEC E&I

72 – Overview of Guiding Principles of GBI’s Compliance Assessment Program
Wayne Robertson, P.E., LEED AP, President, EnergyAce

73 – Energy Savings in Low-Pressure Air: Pneumatic Conveying, Wastewater Treatment & Gas Compression
Pierre Noack, President, Aerzen USA

74 – Proper Application of Variable Speed Compressors
Neil Mehltretter, Systems Design Manager, Kaeser Compressors

75 – Promoting Energy Efficiency in Airports
Shirley Jean Bergman, C.E.M., C.M.V.P., Project Manager, EnergyCAP, Inc.

76 – EV Residential Infrastructure
Keith Waters, P.E., C.E.M., Manager, Foreign Based Automotive Business, Schneider Electric

77 – Understanding How to Buy in Competitive Electricity, Natural Gas & Demand Response Markets
Chris McCall, C.E.P., Senior Program Manager, SAIC

78 – How a Large Industrial Customer Leverages Utility Energy Efficiency Incentives to Maximize Savings
Bob Baumgartner, Industrial Energy Efficiency Manager, SAIC Thomas Mort, Global Program Manager, Energy Efficiency, Archer Daniels Midland Company

79 – Building Awareness through Energy Auditing
Walter Kowal, Internal Audit Manager, John B. Sanfilippo & Son, Inc.

80 – How to Manage Your Energy Guarantee: A Guide for the Building Manager
Richard Vaillencourt, P.E., Owner, Canterbury Energy Engineering, LLC

81 – Optimizing Your Cooling Energy Consumption in New & Existing Data Centers
David Joy, Vice President Sales & Marketing, STULZ Air Technology Systems, Inc.

82 – Saving Energy with Variable Speed Drives
Russ McIntosh, P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP, Senior Energy Engineer, NORESCO

83 – Thermal Energy Storage – Benefitting Both Sides
Guy Frankenfield, P.E., Manager, Thermal Energy Storage & Biofuels, DN Tanks

84 – Window Film Energy Efficiency & Measurement & Verification
Mark Carlson, C.E.M., Business Development Manager, HanitaTek Window Films

85 – Energy Audits in Wastewater Treatment Facilities
Chester Seaman, Busy Park Facility, WWTP Site Manager, CAMUS Water Technologies, ENVIRON International Corporation Todd Lusk, P.E., Manager, Integrated Industrial Wastewater Management, Environ International Corporation

86 – Industrial Water Management at Toyota
Frank Canterbury, Water & Wastewater Systems Specialist, Toyota Motor Manufacturing & Engineering North America

87 – Our Water Counts
Ron Steiger, Grid Automation – Global Process Leader, GE Intelligent Platforms

88 – Energy Management through Optimized Industrial Water Treatment
John Lester, P.E., Senior Director, Technical Services, ChemTreat, Inc.

89 – Melink Corporation Case Study: Creating a Net Zero Energy Headquarters
Steve Melink, P.E., President, Melink Corporation

90 – Stanford University Energy & Sustainability Projects John Salas, P.E., C.E.M., G.B.E., C.B.C.P., LEED AP, Managing Principal, Salas O’Brien

91 – Net Zero Energy: A Case Study with Richardsville Elementary School in Kentucky
Emmanuel Iyiegbuniwe, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Western Kentucky University

92 – Going Beyond Peer Benchmarking: How to Use DOE’s Asset Rating Tool to Identify Efficiency upgrade Opportunities in your Buildings
Subid Wagley, Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy, U.S. Department of Energy

93 – Lighting Efficiency, Controls & Payback
Edwin W. Dovel, Vice President of Public Sector, Harris Lighting

94 – Building Support for an Energy Management System
Jerry Zolkowski, P.E., C.E.M., Global Energy Leader, Dow Corning

95 – Lessons Learned from Working with Manufacturing Energy Reduction Teams
Kevin Vidmar, C.E.M., C.E.A., C.R.M., Vice President, Energy Services, Loureiro Engineering Associates

96 – Compressed Air as a Utility for Manufacturers
Paul Mehta, Ph.D., Professor & Chairman, Bradley University

97 – Emerging Trends in Energy Efficiency Retrofit Technical & Financial Underwriting
Brian McCarter, Chairman & CEO, Sustainable Real Estate Solutions Ken Patterson, Vice President, Advanced Energy Innovations, Inc. Anthony Buonicore, P.E., Managing Director, Buonicore Partners

98 – Biomass for Steam & Microgeneration
John Farmer, C.E.M., C.R.M., CPMM, Principal Plant Engineer, Pfizer

99 – Effective eSurveillance Patrols in Your Facility
Donald Edwards, C.E.M., C.P.Q., C.E.A., Energy Manager, DTE Energy

100 – Solar Domestic Hot Water for North & South Carolina Study Results
Tony Lewis, P.E., Senior Energy Efficiency Engineer, DNVKema

101 – LPPC Energy Benchmarking & EIA Utility Data
Norman Muraya, M&V Engineer, Austin Energy

102 – Power Factor Case Study – Southwest Wisconsin Technical College
Doug Pearson, C.E.M., C.E.A., CFM, LEED AP, Director of Facilities, Southwest Wisconsin Technical College

103 – Virgin Galactic Gateway to Space at Spaceport America – All Things Considered
Joseph Riddle, Vice President, Director, Facilities Group, URS Corporation

104 – Use of Simulation Models to Predict Solar Photovoltaic Energy
Mouli Vaidyanathan, Ph.D., P.E., C.E.M., President, SolarPod™, Mouli Engineering, Inc.

105 – Solar Energy Collection & Weather Clearness Index Effects: A Numerical Simulation Study
M.M. Ardehali, Ph.D., P.E., Professor, Amirkabir University of Technology

106 – Application of Energy Monitoring & Targeting For Industrial Plants
Kaushik Bhattacharjee, C.E.M., C.M.V.P., C.E.A., B.E.P., Principal, Reipower

107 – Intelligent Automation & Controls of Power Industry Microgrid Solutions
Raj Chudgar, Vice President, Smart Grid Solutions, Power Analytics

108 – PiPES – Pilot Project Evaluation System
David Faltenhine, C.E.M., MBA, National Energy Manager, SNC Lavalin O&M

109 – Smarter, Greener Schools: A Look Inside the Process and Success of Solar PV Installations
John Finnerty, Director of Business Development, Standard Solar

110 – Historical Experiences of Bio-Mass & Solar Energy in India
Senthil A. Kumar, Student, Energy Management, IISWBM

111 – Innovative Solutions & Results of Persistent Energy Savings for Retro-Commissioning Projects
Lixia Wu, Ph.D., Director of Engineering, Bes-Tech, Inc.

112 – Heat Recovery at the CO2 Refrigeration Systems
Albin Zsebik, Ph.D., P.E., Professor, Budapest University of Technology & Economics

113 – Best Practices for Energy Conservation Measures from a Utility Sponsored Program
Keith Cockerham, P.E., C.E.M., DLB Associates Consulting Engineers

114 – Electricity Price Analyses in Changing Environment
Pal Gerse, Student, Budapest University of Technology

115 – CEC Pier Project: Agents for Integration of Storage & Renewables Results
Gerald Gibson, P.E., Vice President, Alternative Energy Systems Consulting, Inc.

116 – Carbon Fee & Rebate
David Mann, Energy Team Lead, Village of Mayville

117 – A Study of Multivariate Modeling for a Multiple-Stage, Multiple-Objective Decision-Making Framework for “Green Building”
Anthony Robinson, Chief Technology Officer, Energy & Resource Technology HUB – North Texas

118 – First Radiant Cooled Commercial Building in India – Critical Analysis of Energy, Comfort & Cost
Guruprakash Sastry, Senior Manager – Green Initiatives, Infosys Limited

119 – Energy Efficiency Strategies for Schools, Government, Industrial & Commercial Facilities
Greg Smith, President, Energy Optimizers, USA

120 – Graywater Reclamation & Use in Commercial & Industrial Applications
Lindsay Southerland, Senior Energy Analyst, BCS Incorporated

121 – Conservation, Cogeneration, & Carbon – Reinventing the Grid
Chris Halpin, P.E., C.E.M., C.M.V.P., President, Celtic Energy Paul Popinchalk, P.E., C.M.V.P., Director of Engineering, Celtic Energy