Accelerate Performance: turn energy goals into reality

Recorded Thursday, October 26, 2017 · 11 a.m. – noon Central

61 minutes

Manage risk and get results

Every year new buildings are constructed that use more energy than expected. Empowered owners and developers can achieve desired energy performance goals within their project budget through performance-based procurement. What does it really take to embrace this concept and construct a high-performing building? What role do owners and developers, as well as members of the design community play? Find out during this webinar. We’ll outline benefits, describe practical steps to implementation, share lessons learned, and discuss incentive opportunities available through the ComEd® Energy Efficiency Program new construction accelerate performance track.

Who should watch?
Building owners, developers, architects, mechanical and electrical engineers, HVAC contractors and system designers, project managers, general contractors, energy efficiency specialists, commissioning authorities, and anyone involved and interested in performance-based procurement.

To get the most out of this webinar a basic understanding of construction industry request for proposals, contracts, measurement and verification, energy benchmarking and energy use intensity is required.

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  • Performance-based procurement overview
  • Business model alignment
  • Case study
  • Energy goal setting exercise
  • Design to the target
  • Incentive opportunities

ComEd® Energy Efficiency Program new construction offering

Building Energy Efficiency
The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program new construction offering provides technical assistance and financial incentives to encourage design teams and building owners to surpass standard practices and exceed energy code requirements. The best time to identify high performance building design strategies and technologies is at the beginning of the design process. Applications must be submitted early in design to qualify for the program (pre-design or schematic design is best).

Want more information?

Funds are limited and will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis. ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is funded by ComEd customers in compliance with state law.