Electric League of the Pacific Northwest and IES Puget Sound present...
Seattle Energy Efficiency Trends + A Glance at LEED v4.0
Thursday, October 17, 11:30 - 1:00, Puget Sound Energy AuditoriumRegister by Tuesday, October 15 - Scroll Down for Registration Details
Program Topic Seattle Energy Efficiency Trends and a Glance at LEED v4.0
PresentersNathan Miller, PE, LEED AP BD+C, RushingStefanie Young, LEED AP BD+C
Two topics that are rising to the surface in sustainable design discussions throughout Seattle are the upcoming new version of LEED, Version 4, and the 2012 Seattle Energy Code, both being launched towards the end of this year. This session will cover both of these topics and will provide in-depth insight into what kind of energy efficiency measures are being applied for various building types and how they will evolve due to these two changes. Having worked on 232 multifamily residential buildings, 154 corporate towers and 1 Living Building Challenge project in the past few years, Rushing brings a wide breadth of real, on-the-ground sustainability experience to this session.After this session, you will walk away with:1. An understanding of the key impacts of LEED v4.0, with a focus on energy efficiency and IAQ2. Knowlege of Seattle Energy Code changes to watch for including on-site renewable energy and additional metering3. Tips for weaving the new energy code requirements into achievement of the new LEED credits4. Knowledge of what energy efficiency measures are being applied to local buildings, from the no-brainers to Net-0
Nathan Miller, P.E.. LEED AP BD+C Nathan is passionate about energy efficiency strategies and knows the best approaches for incorporating them into his designs. He has expertise in natural ventilation and energy modeling, and is chair of the Seattle Branch of the Cascadia Green Building Council. Nathan was the mechanical engineer and energy analyst on the first Living Building Challenge project to be designed and built in Washington State, Bertschi School Science Lab. He specializes in quantifying cost and energy saving strategies and establishing project specific energy goals. Nathan has reviewed more than 75 energy models for LEED compliance on behalf of the USGBC.Stefanie Young, LEED AP BD+C As a critical team member of the Sustainability Studio, Stefanie provides sustainability strategy development and LEED management and administration services. She brings well-rounded experience working with architecture firms, developers, and homeowners, assessing appropriate sustainable solutions for their projects. Stefanie applies her technical skills to perform energy studies, climate analysis, and daylight modeling for projects of various types. She has been an integral part of over 15 LEED projects with a focus on LEED-NC (New Construction) and CI (Commercial Interiors).Stefanie has a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oregon, a Master of Urban Planning and Design from the University of Washington, and is currently a Ph.D. Student in Urban Design and Planning at the University of Washington. Her research focuses on climate change, the resilience and adaptation of the built environment, and ecosystem services. At the University of Washington, she is spearheading sustainability projects on campus and teaches classes on sustainability, planning, and design.
Registration Details Join us for the Electric League's Monthly Luncheon Meeting and Networking Event, Thursday, October 17, 2013, at the Puget Sound Energy Auditorium in the EST Building, 355 110th Avenue NE, Bellevue, 98004. Check-in begins at 11:15 with buffet beginning at 11:30, followed by announcements and presentation at noon. The meeting adjourns at approximately 1:00pm.
Advance registration and payment is required, and is being accepted now. Please assist our planning by registering early. League Members: $35; Non-League Members: $40. A late fee applies for registrations received after Tuesday, October 15. Register online, phone 425-646-4727, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Parking
Access to the parking garage is via the 110th & 108th street parking entrances. Take an EST Building elevator to the lobby level; the PSE Auditorium is connected to the lobby. Parking vouchers are included in the registration.