Changing Energy Landscape
Topic: Connected Devices
Abstract: Utilizing a multifaceted approach is a key driver in the evolution of Energy Efficiency and Demand Response. This philosophy can be taken a step further by using multiple vendors and integrating Energy Efficiency (EE) and Demand Response (DR) programs across all customer and program segments. This session will demonstrate how one can use the changing landscape of connected devices to benefit existing programs and expand to meet the demands of today.
3 Key Learnings:
- Learn from the opportunities of incorporating multiple connected devices across multiple vendors
- Learn how new technologies can increase EE and DR benefits
- Learn how to integrate EE and DR programs with multiple devices across multiple customer and program segments
Relevance to Audience:
Energy and Program Managers are always looking for ways to stretch their dollar. Integrated Demand Side Management programs are becoming the norm. This session will help utilities, building owners/operators, and energy managers understand how they can double dip and gain EE benefits from DR programs and vice versa. The landscape is changing and there is additional benefit to gain per energy dollar spent.
Presented ByCraig Henry, C.E.M., LEED AP BD+C
Program Manager, Demand Response
Honeywell Smart Energy
Craig Henry brings over 16 years in energy program design and management. Craig is a Honeywell Program Manager for multiple commercial, industrial and residential demand response programs. He has served as an energy and engineering advisor to numerous utility, developer, and government clients where he was responsible for the development of energy programs, policies, as well as renewable and energy efficiency projects. Craig has degrees in engineering and economics and holds CEM, CEA, and LEED AP BD+C accreditations.