Using Data to Measure Building Efficiency Policy Impacts (Webinar) - 27/28.06.2017

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This webinar cover’s how to calculate the potential emissions impacts from city activities on building efficiency using quality data and standardized methodologies. The webinar incudes’ a step-by-step instruction of how to calculate the energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions in cities with discussion of Mexico City’s BEA experience.

Calculations will have applications to the built environment and the webinar cover’s implications for health and economic impacts. Strategies for sourcing data and using indicators to assess data quality are discussed.

Panelists

Short Bio:
Aristeidis Tsakiris is a Mechanical Engineer with a MSc in Sustainable Energy from DTU (Technical University of Denmark). Aristeidis started his career at a small consultancy company focused on energy efficient projects in the Balkans and Baltic areas. Now he is working as a Programme Officer at Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency (C2E2) trying to accelerate energy efficiency policies to emerging and developing economies. His main areas of expertise are: Energy savings in the building sector, Energy Efficiency in the transport sector, Development of Energy Efficiency Knowledge Management Systems.
Short Bio:
Eric Mackres is the Building Efficiency Manager with the WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. He supports the Building Efficiency Initiative through program development, project management, and research. He manages global projects and partnerships with key cities, including in Mexico, China and India. Prior joining WRI Eric worked at the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE). He holds a Master of City Planning and Environmental Planning Certificate from the MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning and a B.A. in Political Science, Public Policy, and Environmental Studies from Albion College.
Short Bio:
Carley is a Research Analyst with the Global Climate Program. She supports cities in tracking and reducing greenhouse gas emissions through publication development, e-learning, and application of the GHG Protocol for Cities (GPC). Carley also works with the Building Efficiency Accelerator to conduct emissions assessments of policies and projects and draft publications.
Short Bio:
Marco collaborates in activities for the first net-zero energy building in Mexico and Latin America. He supports the application of Mexico’s Energy Conservation Code for buildings in local governments, and is the local leader of the Building Efficiency Accelerator.
Short Bio:
Alex is a Research Analyst with the Global Climate Program and the Greenhouse Gas Protocol. He supports drafting and coordination for WRI’s Global Protocol for Community-scale Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GPC), and contributes to the development of standards, methodology, and guidance for preparing accurate and actionable city-level greenhouse gas inventories. Prior to joining WRI, Alex worked for a government relation firm and conducted legislative research on wildlife conservation, clean energy, and public lands issues.

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