• Aug 4, 2020 from 1:00pm to 2:00pm
  • Location: Online
  • Latest Activity: Jul 27

Energy-efficient building retrofits will be critical for saving money, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and meeting climate goals. This free webinar, a sneak peak to this month’s Summer Study Buildings, will explore the potential scale and energy savings of retrofits for single-family homes as well as multifamily and commercial buildings. Authors of three Summer Study papers will preview and discuss their findings.

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Jennifer Thorne Amann, Moderator
Buildings Program Director
American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE)
 

Jennifer Amann is director of ACEEE’s Buildings Program, where she promotes building performance improvements, explores behavioral approaches to increasing energy efficiency, and analyzes the impacts of stronger appliance efficiency standards.

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Paul Torcellini
Principal Engineer
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
 

Paul Torcellini is a principal engineer at National Renewable Energy Laboratory and a faculty member at Eastern Connecticut State University.

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Paul Mathew
Staff Scientist and Department Head
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL)
 

Paul Mathew is a staff scientist and department head of Whole Building Systems at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), where he conducts applied research and market transformation activities on integrated building systems, energy epidemiology, benchmarking tools, and energy-related risk analysis for building valuation and resilience.

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Chrissi Antonopoulos
Analyst
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
 

Chrissi Antonopoulos is an analyst in the Energy & Environment Directorate at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, where she focuses on the interactions among energy efficiency, urban heat and heat islands, air quality, and socio-demographics on the residential building stock.

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