Achieving Zero Net Energy by Leveraging Building Controls and Demand Response

  • 24 Apr 2019
  • 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • SDG&E Energy Innovation Center (EIC), 4760 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., San Diego, CA 92117


Achieving Zero Net Energy by Leveraging Building Controls and Demand Response


Sponsored by SDG&E Energy Innovation Center

Session Overview: This session discusses the process of starting a demand response project and ongoing operations within the facility operations and energy management context. Learn how the University of Hawaii campus became a shining example of strategies to be taken to meet lofty 100% renewable energy goals by starting with energy efficiency and building controls first. This session will also point to how these strategies can be a guiding example to meet California's 2030 goals for existing buildings to be retrofitted to Zero Net Energy.

Seminar Highlights:

  1. Discover steps to be taken to meet Zero Net Energy goals for an existing building.
  2. Learn how a portfolio of buildings and campuses can incorporate integrated demand response strategies.

  3. Learn about how education was incorporated into a campus project, so the students could gain hands-on project experience.

This class is eligible for continuing education units from the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) and the American Institute of Architects (AIA). 


Speakers and Bios:


Anthony Sclafani, PE, C.E.M.

Anthony is an Engineering Manager in Johnson Controls Inc; Performance Infrastructure™ division. Mr. Sclafani oversees the development of energy retrofit projects that include energy storage, renewable energy, and large-scale energy efficiency solutions. He has over 10 years of experience developing projects that have improved the performance of hundreds of buildings around the western US. Mr. Sclafani is a registered professional engineer, AEE Certified Energy Manager, and holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering.


Craig Mays, LEED AP, C.E.M., PE

Mr. Mays is currently employed as the Regional Engineering Manager for Johnson Controls Performance Infrastructure business in the West Region. He and his team of engineers provide energy efficiency improvement design services for Federal, local government, education, and private customers. Mr. Mays attended the University of Missouri, Columbia where he achieved his Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in several states, a Certified Energy Manager with AEE and is a LEED accredited professional. He currently resides in Overland Park, KS with his wife and family.


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