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WORLD ENERGY ENGINEERING CONGRESS 2011 PROCEEDINGS CD

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WEEC 2011 held October 12-14, 2011 at Navy Pier, Chicago, IL

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.

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CONTENTS

1 – Industry Based Skills Standards for Building Operators: A Business Case
Olga Gazman, Manager of Training, Northwest Energy Efficiency Council/Putnam Price Group

2 – Energy Efficiency Financing Success for Convenience Stories
John Noel, President, Energy & Environment, LLC & Ed Outlaw, CPA, President, Outlaw Consulting, Inc.

3 – Greenhouse Gas Regulations & A Clean Energy Standard Status Update
Michael Mondshine, Vice President & Senior Policy Analyst, Science Applications International Corporation

4 – Economic & Energy Impacts of Fuel Switching in Colorado
Roger Bezdek, Ph.D., President, Management Information Services, Inc.

5 – What in the Wide, Wide World of Motors is Going On?
Richard deFay, Project Manager, Sustainable Electric Energy, Copper Development Association, Inc.

6 – EPAct & 1603 Energy Grants – How the Current Tax Codes Reduce the Cost of New Systems by Up to 30%
Don McDougall, National Director, Engineered Tax Services

7 – Miami Dade County Moving Forward, Sustainable Buildings Program
Patricia Gomez, C.E.M., Sustainability Program Manager, Energy, Infrastructure & Policy, Miami Dade County

8 – An Urgent Need for a Comprehensive National Green/Sustainable Buildings Strategy & Program
Arun Jhaveri, Ph.D., C.S.D.P., Senior Advisor/Consultant, Arun Jhaveri & Associates

9 – Leveraging Government Programs to Implement Plant Energy Projects
Brett Rasmussen, P.E., C.E.M., Utilities/Energy Engineer, Nissan North America, Inc.

10 – Sustaining Successful Programs – Municipal Market Energy Conservation
Samuel Steele, C.E.M., LEED AP, Administrator of Sustainability Programs, City of Fort Worth, Texas

11 – No Water is as Costly as No Water
Shirley Hansen, Ph.D., C.M.V.P., CEO, Hansen Associates, Inc.

12 – Illinois Smart Energy Design Assistance Center
Donald Fournier, Chair, Building Research Council, Managing Director, SEDAC, University of Illinois

13 – Accelerating State ESPC Programs: Jobs & Facility Modernization with No New Taxes
Don Gilligan, President, National Association of Energy Service Companies

14 – Advanced Energy Management – A Look into IDR "Smart" Meters
Jaime A. Castro, P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP (O+M), Project Engineer & Manager, Encotech Engineering Consultants

15 – Submetering for Energy Efficiency in Federal Energy Management Programs
Jack George, BSEE, Regional Manager, E- Mon

16 – How the Meter Data Management System (MDMS) can help Support the Army Net Zero Energy Goal
Bill Winslow, C.E.M., B.E.P., LEED AP, Senior Energy Analyst, CALIBRE

17 – Sustainability Initiatives at Joint Base McGuire-Dix- Lakehurst
Christopher Archer, Deputy Base Civil Engineer, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst

18 – Biomass CHP & Thermal Projects for Federal Facilities
James Olmsted, P.E., C.E.M., Senior Engineer, Antares Group, Inc.

19 – Procuring Solar Energy: A Guide for Federal Facility Decision Makers
Blaise Stoltenberg, Senior Engineer, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

20 – Energy Savings Performance Contracting + New Construction + Micro Grid = Energy Security at White Oak
Phillip Smith, P.E., C.E.M., Director, Federal Project Development, Honeywell

21 – Measuring the Impact of Energy Performance Contracts: A County Government Case Study
Christopher Russell, C.E.M., C.R.M., Energy Manager, Howard County Government, Principal, Energy Path Finder Management Consulting, LLC

22 – Energy Performance Contracting within Public Housing: Strategic Planning for Unique Challenges & Opportunities
Monica Watkins, C.E.M., C.M.V.P., Director of Energy & Environmental Programs, Housing Authority of Baltimore City

23 – The Importance of Third Party Measurement & Verification Process in Energy Performance Contracting
Douglas Wong, PH.D., C.E.M., MHKIE, Operation Manager, SGS Hong Kong, Ltd.

24 – Measurement & Management Best Practices are Driving Continuous Energy Improvements at ALCOA Walter Brockway, P.E., C.E.M., Global Manager Energy Efficiency, Alcoa

25 – Achieving Energy & GHG Intensity Improvements at Solutia – Using Sub-Metering & Energy Management Teams
James Y. Farrow, Director, Energy Management & Sustainability, Solutia, Inc.

26 – Save Energy (Money) Now on the Path to CO2 Neutral 2011 to 2013
Michael Kijak, Manager, Facilities & Energy, Volvo Trucks North America

27 – Briggs & Stratton Corporation – Sustainable Energy Efficiency
Richard Feustel, C.E.M., Corporate Energy Services Manager, Briggs & Stratton Corporation

28 – How LEAN Problem Solving Methods are Driving Energy Improvements in Manufacturing throughout OMNOVA
Douglas Fox, BAScME, LEAN Six Sigma Black Belt Manager, OMNOVA Solutions, Inc.

29 – Leveraging Resources to Build a Successful "Lean" Industrial Energy Management Program
Jack Johnson, C.P.E., CEMIT, Environmental Coordinator/Energy Manager, Brown Printing Company

30 – Recover the Earth: How Energy Initiative at Richmond Factory has Changed Energy Management at Sherwin-Williams
Gary Satler, C.E.M., Engineering, Maintenance & Safety Manager, Sherwin- Williams

31 – Artificial Intelligence for Energy Auditing of Influential Design Elements Based on Electrical Energy Data
M. M. Ardehali, Ph.D., P.E., Energy Systems Laboratory, Division of Power & Energy Management, Department of Electrical Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology

32 – Energy Audit Results from our National Parks
Tom Lowery, P.E., LEED AP, Director of Energy Programs, MACTEC Engineering & Consulting, MACTEC

33 – Energy Audits for Cities & Counties
Jeffrey Thomas, P.E., C.E.M., C.E.A., Project Manager, Lockwood, Andrews & Newman, Inc.

34 – The Basics of Developing Energy Projects: From Financing to Power Sales
David Cook & Roland Hall, Attorney's, Autry, Horton & Cole, LLP

35 – Best Practices in Industrial Energy Efficiency
John Nicol, P.E., Energy Program Director, Science Applications International Corporation

36 – Auditing Commercial Refrigeration: What to Look For
Steve Rottmayer, P.E., LEED AP, Project Manager, kW Engineering

37 – Should I Generate My Own Electricity?
Matt Haakenstad, P.E., C.E.M., Associate Director, Navigant

38 – Seven Principles of High Performance Buildings
Don Juhasz, P.E., C.E.M., Director, Energy Resource Management, Defense Logistics Agency

39 – The Promise of Green: An Evolution
Melissa O'Mara, VP Green Buildings Solutions, Schneider Electric

40 – Three Pillars of Smart Lighting
Rodney Heller, LC, C.L.E.P., Lead Designer, Energy Performance Lighting

41 – Ballast Application Mistakes & How to Avoid Them
Howard Wolfman, P.E., Principal, Lumispec Consulting

42 – Project Delivery Systems & the Different Legal Implications of Each: Traditional, Performance Contracting & 3P
Michael Durham, Attorney-at-Law, Crawford Lewis, PLLC

43 – Counsel's Role in Facilitating Energy-Related Financings
David Roeder, Senior Vice President, Capital Markets, Green Campus Partners, LLC

44 – The Energy Barometer: A National Building Energy Performance Rating & Ranking Programme
L. J. Grobler, Ph.D., P.E., Pr. Eng., C.E.M., C.M.V.P., Professor, Mechanical Engineering, North-West University, Director, Energy Cybernetics Pty Ltd.

45 – The Ottawa Hospital Energy Management Program
Brock Marshall, P. Eng., Director of Engineering & Operations and Faris Rashid, P. Eng., C.E.M., Energy Manager, Engineering & Operations, The Ottawa Hospital

46 – Sustainable Energy Management Strategy for the Hospitality Industry
Anton Potgieter, C.E.M., Managing Member, Energy Resource Optimizers CC

47 – Driving Energy Reduction in A Large Multifamily Building Portfolio
Fredric Goldner, C.E.M., Principal, Energy Management & Research Associates and Ron Merhige, P.E., LEED AP, Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, FS Energy

48 – How to Develop an Energy Master Plan in a Changing Energy Environment
Catherine Luthin, President, Luthin Associates

49 – Do Older Schools Use Less Energy? Results of Calibrated Simulations & Post-Occupancy Evaluations
David Robertson, P.E., C.E.M., G.B.E., Staff Engineer, Albuquerque Public Schools and Matthew Higgins, C.E.M., LEED AP, ASHRAE HBDP, Energy Project Manager, Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers

50 – Evaluation & Improvement of the Performance of Large HHW System
Hui Chen, P.E., Energy Engineer, Robert Henry, P.E., C.E.M., Manager for Technical Services, Les Williams, MBA, C.E.M., EFP, Associate Director for Utilities & Energy Management, James Riley, C.E.M., Director for Utilities & Energy Management, Homer Bruner Jr., C.E.M., EFP, Manager for Energy & IT Services, and Brandon Kirst, Undergraduate Assistant, Texas A&M University

51 – Delivering Energy Saving Solutions for Critical Environments
Justin Dascoli, Marketing Manager, Phoenix Controls

52 – Redesigning a Domestic Hot Water System
Cyrus Jeejeebhoy, P. Eng., Mechanical Engineer, Stantec Consulting Ltd.

53 – Chilled Water System Efficiency
Russ McIntosh, P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP, Project Developer, NORESCO, a Carrier Corporation

54 – Cost-Effective, Reliable, Low-Carbon Energy Solutions for Healthcare Facilities and Data Centers in the U.S. & Germany
David Blair, P.E., President, BHP Energy, LLC and Stefan Blüm, Ph.D., Senior Energy Efficiency Expert, Kofler Energies International GmbH

55 – Hit List: A Targeted Approach to Energy Conservation
David Faltenhine, C.E.M., National Energy Manager, SNC Lavalin O&M

56 – Organizations Grow into Sustainability: The Business Sustainability Challenge
Paula Coutz, C.E.M., C.E.P., Energy Engineer, Northeast Utilities System

57 – Building an Effective Sustainability Team
Terry Kessinger, C.E.M., C.R.M., Manager, Office of Sustainability, City of North Little Rock

58 – Sustainable Development and it's Impact on the Corporate Bottom Line
Ronald Slember, C.E.M., C.F.M., C.S.D.P., C.M.V.P., C.P.E., CEO & President, Energy & Climate Change Advisors, LLC

59 – Carbon Footprinting: A Critical First Step
Jennifer Kaminski, Associate Program Director, The Climate Registry

60 – Counting Carbon: Reducing the Ecological Impact of the Built Environment
Edna Lorenz, LEED AP+OM, Associate, Environmental Systems Design

61 – Carbon Legislation with Results: Carbon Tax with Reinvestment
Stephen Sewalk, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Burns School of Real Estate & Management, Daniels College of Business, University of Denver

62 – Surmounting the Challenges in Maintaining Lighting Design Quality with Increasingly Demanding Energy Standards
Randy Burkett, FIALD, IES, LC, President & Design Principal, Randy Burkett Lighting Design, Inc.

63 – An Update on Lighting Codes & Standards
Fred Oberkircher, FIES, Educational IALD, LC, Ambassador for Lighting Education, Philips Day-Brite

64 – Raising the Bar – ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1-2010
Mick Schwedler, P.E., LEED AP, Trane Applications Engineering Manager, Ingersoll Rand

65 – Modeling the Challenge of EA Credit 1
Jared Higgins, P.E., C.E.M., C.D.S.M., Energy Engineer, Parkhill, Smith & Cooper, Inc.

66 – Introduction to the RETScreen® Clean Energy Project Analysis Software
Pierre Langlois, P. Eng., C.M.V.P., President, Econoler

67 – Energy Modeling: An Owner's Perspective
Brad Melton, P.E., C.E.M., C.C.M., Deputy Director, Construction Management Division, Fairfax County

68 – Rapid Energy Modeling for Renovation & Retrofit
William Spier, MEP Engineering Technical Specialist, Autodesk

69 – Energy vs. Quality of Light: How Lighting Controls Can Allow You to Optimize Energy Efficiency, Visual Comfort & Space Performance
Eric Lind, Vice President of Global Specifications, Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

70 – Large Scale Application of Retro-Commissioning at the University of Virginia
Armando de Leon, P.E., Sustainability Programs Manager and Michael Brown, Sustainability Engineer, University of Virginia

71 – Implementing No Cost/Low Cost Energy Efficiency in an Economic Downturn – Compressed Air Retro Commissioning Success Stories
David Gibson, Program Manager, SAIC Energy, Environment & Infrastructure Solutions, LLC

72 – A Tale of Two Buildings: Achieving Energy Efficiency
Scott Rouse, P.E., C.E.M., Managing Partner, Energy@Work, Inc.

73 – Beyond Traditional Building Commissioning
W. Dan Turner, Ph.D., P.E., President, Nodal Partners, LLC

74 – How ENERGY STAR Energized Orlando Health
Alexa Stone, LEED AP O+M, President & CEO, ecoPreserve

75 – Multifamily Buildings: The Magnificent Menagerie of Residential Buildings
Conor Laver, Ph.D., Chief Scientist, Bright Power, Inc.

76 – Burton Energy Group: A Business Overview
Mark Breuker, P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP, Managing Partner, Burton Energy Group

77 – Community & Multi-Building Development's Key Role in a Net-Zero Energy Future
Lee DeBaillie, P.E., C.E.M., Principal Project Manager, Energy Center of Wisconsin

78 – A&E Challenges for Net Zero Buildings – Hawaii vs. Block Island, RI
Klas Haglid, P.E., R.A., CEO & Founder, Building Performance Equipment, Inc.

79 – Breaking Down the Walls: Integrated Design & Net-Zero Commercial Buildings
Colin Rohlfing, Sustainable Design Leader, HOK

80 – Towards Zero Energy Buildings in Central Europe
Attila Talamon, Assistant Lecturer, University of Debrecen, Bálint Hartmann, Ph.D. Student and István Vokony, Ph.D. Student, Budapest University of Technology & Economics

81 – A Framework for Application of Systems Engineering Process Models to Sustainable Design of High Performance Buildings
Thomas Bersson, P.E., LEED AP, Senior Engineer, Science Applications International Corporation

82 – Best in Class Building: Energy Usage Data System & Best Practices
Kevin Bricknell, Energy Data Services Program Manager, ComEd

83 – Masdar Headquarters - World's First Positive Energy Large Scale Office Building
Mehdi Jalayerian, P.E., LEED AP BD+C, Executive Vice President, Environmental Systems Design, Inc.

84 – Nissan's Energy Management System – The Road Ahead
Chris Goddard, P.E., Energy Engineer, Nissan North America, Inc.

85 – Continuous Energy Improvement at 3M Cordova
Jeff Marana, General Supervisor, 3M

86 – Haynes International Superior Energy Performance Approach
Greg Morrow, Environmental Manager, Haynes International, Inc.

87 – Superior Energy Performance: A Roadmap for Continual Improvement in Energy Efficiency
Paul E. Scheihing, Technology Manager, U.S. Department of Energy, Joe Almaguer, Dow Chemical Company, and Pamela B. de los Reyes and Tracy E. Fisher, Consultant, Energetics Incorporated

88 – Implementing an Energy Management Program in the Industrial Sector
William Allemon, C.E.M., C.E.A., LEED AP, Vice President, Energy Management Services, and Rahul Naik, Principal In-Charge, ARCADIS U.S., Inc.

89 – Piloting Global Energy Management Standards for Behavior Change
Dresden Skees-Gregory, M.S., C.E.M., C.D.S.M., RABQSA, LEED AP BD+C, Principal & CEO, Environmental Engineer, Sustainable Environmental Services and John Wallner, Industrial Programs Manager, Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance

90 – Employee Awareness & Engagement
Ken Roden, C.E.M., Energy Team Facilitator, Nissan North America, Inc.

91 – Breaking Down Financial Barriers towards A More Sustainable Commercial Real Estate Market
Anthony Martin, P.E., LEED AP, Director of Engineering and Steve Gossett, Jr., C.E.M., C.D.S.M., C.E.P., Vice President, Transcend Equity Development Corporation

92 – Domino's Mission to Maximize Energy Savings
Tobin Northway, CPA, Manager, Energy Analysis Team, David Hildreth, P.E., Director of Engineering, and Mike McDermott, Franchisee Owner, Domino's Pizza

93 – The Role of Concurrent Engineering in Product Design for Energy Reduction: An Inverted Pyramid Approach
Nasr Alkadi, Ph.D., Research & Development Staff Member, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

94 – Measurement & Verification of Industrial Energy Conservation Projects
Kaushik Bhattacharjee, C.E.M., B.E.P., C.M.V.P., Principal, Reipower

95 – Energy Efficiency Measures for Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant
John Chen, C.E.M., Senior Engineer, KEMA and Mike Krebs, P.E., Vice President- Environmental Water, PACE

96 – Common & Common Sense Energy Reduction Methods
Kevin Vidmar, C.E.M., Vice President of Energy Services, Loureiro Engineering Associates

97 – Intertape Polymer Group: Achieving Success in Management of Operational through the ENERGY STAR Challenge
Michael Jones, D.B.A., Manager of Engineering, Corporate Energy Team Leader, Intertape Polymer Group

98 – PepsiCo Case Studies & Leveraging the ENERGY STAR Challenge for Industry
Andy Lempera, P.E., LEED AP, Principal Engineer, PepsiCo

99 – 3M's Use of the ENERGY STAR Challenge for Industry to Accelerate Energy Improvement
Steven Schultz, C.E.M., Corporate Energy Manager, 3M

100 – Beyond Energy & Cost Savings: Business Advantages from Energy Management
Daniel Crowley, Vice President, Engineering, Titan America, LLC

101 – Using ENERGY STAR Guidelines for Developing an Energy Management Program
Kevin Kelley, Director – Process Technology & Sustainability and Bhaskar Dusi, Corporate Energy Manager, CEMEX, Inc.

102 – Boeing's Winning Energy Management Program Leverages EPA's ENERGY STAR Resources to Improve
Alan Griffin, P.E., C.E.M., C.E.A., G.B.E., LEED AP, Corporate Energy Management Engineer & Energy Conservation Team Leader, The Boeing Company

103 – 5 Year Energy Target Setting
Ron Jones, C.E.M., Corporate Energy Specialist, Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc.

104 – Rotary Screw Compressor Control: Variable Displacement vs. Variable Speed
David Booth, Systems Specialist, Sullair Corporation

105 – Energy Recovery in Compressed Air Systems
Dave Hebert, Product Marketing Manager, Atlas Copco Compressors LLC

106 – Compressed Air System Efficiency: Capturing & Sustaining Energy Savings
Wayne Perry, Technical Director, Kaeser Compressors, Inc.

107 – Reducing Water Consumption in Compressed Air Systems
Nitin Shanbhag, Senior Manager, Hitachi Air Technology Group

108 – Anaerobic Digestion – Generating Biogas on Purpose
Douglas P. Litwiller, P.E., C.E.M., Principal, Energy Solutions-OTB, LLC

109 – Determining the Feasibility of Geothermal Systems
Ed Lohrenz, B.E.S., C.G.D., Partner, Geo- Xergy Systems, Inc.

110 – Verification of Ground Source Heat Pump Systems Performance Claims
Phil Rawlings, C.G.D., Director of Geothermal Services, Trison Construction, Inc.

111 – Energy Survey & Meeting Energy Demand of Un-Electrified Villages through Renewable Energy Sources in the Char Areas of Malda District of West Bengal
Binoy Choudhury, Ph.D., C.E.M., Associate Professor, Energy Management, Indian Institute of Social Welfare & Business Management

112 – Golden Opportunity in the Silver State: Nevada's Solar PV Boom
Bobby Robertson, Director, Programs, CLEAResult

113 – "Simplify Energy Management, Amplify Opportunity, Create Value" – The Seven Levers of Energy Management™: A Formula for Success
Kenneth Antos, Vice President, Retail Energy Markets, World Energy Solutions, Inc.

114 – Power Purchasing Pitfalls: Don't be Fooled Again
Lindsay Audin, C.E.M., C.E.P., LEED AP, President, Energywiz, Inc.

115 – Managing Risks & Rewards in Deregulated Energy Markets
David Braun, Regional Vice President- Regional Sales, GDF Suez Energy Resources NA

116 – The Impact of Electric Vehicles on the Power Grid & Our Cities
Ivette Sanchez, LEED AP, Technical Solutions Director – Smart Grid, GE Energy

117 – Moving Forward with Hydrogen: Pathways for Hydrogen Infrastructure
Takehito Yokoo, General Manager, Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc.

118 – Increasing Grid Stability without Major Infrastructure Overhaul
Carlos Coe, Ph.D., Founder, President & Chief Executive Officer, Xtreme Power

119 – IIT Perfect Power Project
Alexander Flueck, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Illinois Institute of Technology

120 – Development of an Advanced Grid Control System
Paul Myrda, P.E., Technical Executive, Electric Power Research Institute

121 – Argonne National Laboratory's Smart Grid Related Analysis Activities
Jianhui Wang, Ph.D., Center for Energy, Environmental & Economic Systems Analysis, Decision & Information Sciences Division, Argonne National Laboratory

122 – Embedding Distributed Generation Sources & Storages into Expansion Planning of Medium Voltage Distribution Grids
Ruben Avagyan, Ph.D., C.E.M., Energy Engineer, Honeywell Building Solutions and Wafik Iskander, Ph.D. P.E., Chair, Department of Industrial Engineering, West Virginia University

123 – A Case Study: CHP in a Mid-Size Wastewater Treatment Plant
Chao Chen, P.E., C.E.M., Engineering Supervisor, Puget Sound Energy

124 – Best Practices for Small Scale Microcogeneration Systems for Residences & Commercial Applications
Michael Cocking, Marketing Manager, Marathon Engine Systems

125 – A Bright Future: Market Transformation in Texas Lighting Efficiency Incentive Programs
Casey Baker, E.I.T., Engineering Analyst, CLEAResult

126 – Using Wireless Lighting Controls to Reduce Costs, Save Energy & Enhance Security in Parking Garages
Robert Best, LEED AP, Executive Vice President, Jones Lang LaSalle, Michael Epling, Chief Engineer, Jones Lang LaSalle and Elizabeth Savelle, Director of Marketing, Adura Technologies

127 – Proposing Sustainable Small Hydro Power Plant for Rural Setting: A Case Study of Kilondo Village Ludewa
Emmanuel Mwangomo, Msc, Assistant Lecturer, Mbeya Institute of Science & Technology

128 – Optimizing Process Heating Equipment
Scott Norton, C.E.A., Vice President, Metro Services, Inc.

129 – Municipal Waste Plastic Producing Liquid Hydrocarbon Fuel Energy/Hydrogen by Using Thermal Cracking Process
Moinuddin Sarker, Ph.D., MCIC, Executive Vice President & COO, Natural State Research, Inc., Mohammad M. Rashid, Plant Manager, Mohammed Molla, Intern, Md. Sadikur Rahman, Junior Lab Chemist, Natural State Research, Inc.

130 – Integration of Renewable Energy in Germany
Ray Segars, C.E.M., Consultant, Expo Energy & Environmental, Inc.

131 – The Ultimate Three Legged Stool: Using Energy Efficiency, Fuel Switching & Renewable Energy
Richard Skinner, P.E., C.E.M., Energy Engineer, McClure Company

132 – Analyzing Double Skin Façade for Different Global Climate Regions
Fareed Syed, EIT, LEED AP, Analytics Specialist and Thomas Willoughby, Principal & North American Regional Director, Building Services, Halcrow Yolles

133 – Cold Climate Ductless Heat Pump Performance
Jane Bugbee, Residential Field Technician and Joseph Swift, Residential Operations Supervisor, Connecticut Light & Power

134 – Marketing & Rebranding: Selling Green to a Gray Generation
Ryan Corrigan, C.E.M., LEED GA, Project, Mechanical Engineer, 8760 Engineering

135 – Assessment of LEED Indoor Air Quality Parameters at a New Church Building in South-Central Kentucky
Emmanuel Iyiegbuniwe, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Environmental Health, Western Kentucky University

136 – Design for Energy Efficient Natatoriums: Lessons Learned through Building Commissioning
Philip Joyce, EIT, EMIT, Project Manager, Eaton Corporation

137 – Energy Conservation through Ongoing Commissioning
Philip Keuhn, C.E.M., LEED AP, and Yogesh Mardikar, Ph.D., C.E.M., LEED AP, Senior Energy Engineers, Sieben Energy Associates

138 – Production of Hydrogen Using an Anaerobic Biological Process
Robert Kramer, Ph.D., C.E.M., NiSource Charitable Foundation Professor of Energy & the Environment, Libbie Pelter, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Kraig Kmiotek, Student, and John Patterson, Associate Professor, Purdue University Calumet

139 – Utilizing Diffusion Theory to Predict Indoor Occupancy Patterns
Andrew Kramer, Physics Graduate Student, Purdue University, Laszlo Gutay, Professor of Physics and Robert Kramer, Ph.D., C.E.M., NiSource Charitable Foundation Professor of Energy & the Environment, Purdue University Calumet

140 – Building Energy Certification System: Application to a Building in Lisbon and Paths to a Future Enhanced Scheme
Pedro Nunes, Ph.D. Student, University of Lisbon, Guilherme Carrilho da Graca, and
Maria Lerer, Natural Works, Lisbon

141 – Don't Let Compressed Air Blow Away Your Profits
Tu La, P.E., Senior Energy Engineer, KEMA Services, Inc.

142 – VFD Application in a Manufacturing Plant
Yunhua Li, Ph.D. Student, Mingsheng Liu, Ph.D., P.E., Professor, and Bei Zhang, Ph.D. Student, University of Nebraska- Lincoln

143 – Optimization of an Industrial Air Compressor System
Bei Zhang, Ph.D. Student, Yunhua Li, Ph.D. Student, Mingsheng Liu, Ph.D., P.E., Professor, and Lixia Wu, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

144 – Transportation Efficiency
Alicia Reich, EIT, Associate Energy Engineer, CLEAResult

145 – Electric Vehicle, Hybrid Vehicle & Gasoline Engine Vehicles Value Anatomy & How They Are Sustainable
Mouli Vaidyanathan, Ph.D., P.E., C.E.M., President, SolarPod™, Mouli Engineering, Inc.

146 – Codigestion: Energy from Food Wastes & FOG
Wayne McFarland, P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP, GHD, Inc.

147 – Energy Return Ratio: Chief Criterion for a Non-Depleting Energy Future
Donald Wulfinghoff, P.E., President, Wulfinghoff Energy Services, Inc.

148 – Building Integrated Renewable Energy Systems: Applying the Latest Technologies
Wayne Pfister, President, Pfister Energy