April 2019 - Presidential Visit
Post date: Apr 04, 2019 3:38:43 PM
Sheila J. Hayter, P.E.
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Integrating Renewable Energy Systems into Buildings
Sheila Hayter is a Section Manager at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden, Colorado where she leads a team of technical and policy experts who support federal, state, and local entities on energy efficiency and renewable energy topics with the goal to make significant reductions in non-renewable energy consumption.
Since joining NREL in 1992, Sheila’s work has included serving on the Organizing Committee and leading the subjective judging component of the DOE Solar Decathlons, managing sustainable buildings activities funded by the DOE Federal Energy Management Program, managing the Photovoltaics (PV) for Buildings activities funded by the DOE Solar Program, and writing papers, giving conference presentations, and developing/giving training related to high-performance buildings.
Sheila is registered professional engineer in the State of Colorado. Her service to ASHRAE is extensive having served in leadership roles of many technical committees. Sheila received a 2007 NREL Staff Award for outstanding performance, 2007 Professional Progress Award from Kansas State University’s College of Engineering, and an ASHRAE Technology Award in 1999. She received the ASHRAE Distinguished Service Award in 2001 and the Exceptional Service Award in 2011 and was named an ASHRAE Fellow in 2008.
The above is a shortened bio. Sheila’s full ASHRAE bio can be found here: https://www.ashrae.org/about/leadership/ashrae-president
Integrating Renewable Energy
This presentation introduces technical opportunities, means, and methods for incorporating renewable energy (RE) technologies into building designs and operations. The speaker will give an overview of RE resources and available technologies used successfully in the USA to offset building electrical and thermal energy loads. Methods for applying these technologies in buildings and the role of building energy efficiency in successful RE projects will be addressed. The speaker will discuss issues related to connecting RE systems to existing electrical grids and offer tips for implementing successful RE projects. Finally, the speaker will summarize ASHRAE activities related to and/or in support of RE applications in buildings.
Lunch Meeting - April 17
Cost: $17 (includes lunch)
Student Cost: Free for student chapter members! (sponsored by the chapter)
Check-in: 11:30 am - Noon EDT
Lunch/Program: Noon - 1:00 pm EDT
620 W. Washington St.
South Bend, IN
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