REMINDER: IBPSA-USA Denver - April 15 2021 - How Denver's Buildings Achieve Climate Action

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This is a reminder that the next IBPSA-USA Denver chapter event is
*TOMORROW*! We hope that you can join us.
How Denver's Buildings Achieve Climate Action

*How Denver's Buildings Achieve Climate Action*

Climate change is one of the biggest challenges faced by our generation
with vast impacts on our planet and public health. Cities are responsible
for over 70 percent of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and can therefore
play a significant role in climate solutions. With grid electricity and
natural gas combined, buildings make up around 50% of Denver?s GHG
emissions and must be part of this solution. The City and County of Denver
has developed a Climate Action Plan and set out strong goals for buildings
including 100% renewable electricity with net zero new buildings by 2030
and net zero for all buildings by 2040.

This presentation will start with an overview of what the City and County
of Denver is working on this year to develop a building performance policy
for the City with the Energize Denver Task Force and a 2021 code update.
Group14 will expand on the initiatives focused on existing buildings
including benchmarking, efficiency, and electrification. Group14 will also
discuss the new construction elements of energy modeling for net zero
energy.

*Presenters:*

*Katrina Managan, Buildings Team Lead, Denver Office of Climate Action,
Sustainability and Resiliency*

Katrina leads the High Performance Buildings and Homes Team for the Denver
Office of Climate Action, Sustainability and Resiliency. The team is
working to make all new and all existing buildings and homes in Denver net
zero energy, more sustainable, and more resilient. Katrina has been with
the City for 7 years and led the work to develop the Benchmarking Ordinance
for existing buildings, the Green Buildings Ordinance, 2019 Denver IECC,
and the first-ever Denver Green Code.

*Celeste Cizik, PE, CEM, LEED AP, Group14 Engineering*

Celeste Cizik is a Professional Engineer and Principal at Group14
Engineering overseeing Existing Building and Monitoring Based Commissioning
Services. She has over 18 years of experience in the building systems
field including mechanical system design, retro-commissioning, energy
audits, energy training, and building analytics. Celeste has supported the
City of Denver climate initiatives with participation on the 80x50
Committee, the Climate Action Task Force, the current Energize Denver task
force, and other technical support.

*Taylor Roberts, PE, LEED AP, Group14 Engineering*

Taylor Roberts is a Professional Engineer and Project Manager at Group14
Engineering on the energy team focusing on whole building energy modeling.
He has over 9 years of experience in the building energy field including
energy consulting and energy modeling for code compliance, LEED, and
utility rebate programs. Taylor has supported the City of Denver climate
initiatives with participation on the Denver Net Zero Committee for
commercial and multifamily new construction.
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*Thursday, April 15, 6 ? 8 PM Mountain*

Remote Webinar

6:00-6:30 networking, 6:30-7:30 presentations, 7:30-8 questions

No charge for remote attendance of IBPSA-USA members. $5 charge for remote
attendance of others.

Please register using Eventbrite

to receive webinar details

Regards,
--
Aaron Boranian
808 895-1741

Big Ladder Software LLC
1624 Market Street, Suite 304
Denver, CO 80202
http://bigladdersoftware.com
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808 895-1741

Big Ladder Software
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Denver, CO 80211
http://www.bigladdersoftware.com

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