During this session, we will discuss the evolution of the program from Pilot to a permanent Specialty Program (launching 2020) through lessons learned, customer feedback, program development, and the ZNE Guidebook. We will present on the 11 active new construction and existing building participants with varying use types and sizes, focusing on a couple of informative case studies.
Continuing Education Units (CEUS) 1 hour in
Instructor: Celia King-Scott is a Senior Engineer (P.E., LEED AP, BEMP)
Celia King-Scott is a Senior Engineer (P.E., LEED AP, BEMP) with DNV GL’s Sustainable Buildings and Communities group. Her current roles as a senior engineer is technical lead in high performance design and zero net energy design projects for architects and engineers design community, utility clients and education industry across the county. She has worked as a technical consultant on the development and implementation of Consumers Energy Zero Net Energy Pilot program for the past 3 years and has also assisted in the development of other zero net energy programs for the commercial sector across the united states. Celia develops whole building energy performance models (including computational fluid dynamics and daylighting analysis) for both residential and commercial building types. She performs detailed thermal comfort analysis, daylighting modeling and computational fluid dynamic modeling on residential and commercial projects to inform design decisions or to meet specific LEED requirements. Celia acts as a peer reviewer and mentor to junior staff members. She continues to provide energy modeling training, technical support and review of whole building design incentive applications for utility programs across the United States.