Professor Yun Yi, TA Fiz Hassan, and F&S staff members Tom Keller, Joe Villanti and Morgan White met to review the options for building drawings for the potential Energy Model buildings.
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Energy Models for Campus Facilities (In Progress)
Building-Level Energy Efficiency
- Weatherization of Small Campus Buildings
- Plant Sciences Window Shades
- Building Envelope Pilot Project
- Convert Fume Hoods from CAV to VAV
- Energy Models for Campus Facilities
- Graduate Dance Space
- LEED Certification
- Reduce Active Fume Hoods
- Lighting Conservation Projects
- ECE Net-Zero Energy Building
- Facility Standards
As the iCAP 2020 says, "Using information gathered from capital projects, faculty members and researchers can collaborate with F&S to develop a reference database of calibrated energy models for campus buildings. This might be the product of student classroom projects. The campus could then use these models to prioritize building retrofits and determine the preferred level of improvements (i.e., envelope versus mechanicals) for each building." (Page 41).
There are energy models provided to Facilities & Services during the regular Capital Programs process, and there are students and researchers who work with energy models and create energy models. In 2021, the Energy iCAP Team recommended that F&S and Professor Yun Yi in the School of Architecture work together to create additional energy models for campus buildings.