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2022 Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings

August 21 – 26, 2022
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    Climate Solutions: Efficiency, Equity, and Decarbonization

    Asilomar Conference Grounds
    Pacific Grove, CA

    After a successful virtual event, the 2022 Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings will return to our usual, beloved location — the gorgeous grounds of Asilomar Conference Grounds near Monterey, California.  Our theme for the 22nd biennial event is “Climate Solutions: Efficiency, Equity, and Decarbonization.”
     
    Energy efficiency and demand flexibility in buildings are critical parts of local, state, federal, and utility decarbonization strategies, enabling higher penetrations of variable renewable energy sources and electrification.  As we transition to the new clean energy economy, when and where demand-side resources provide grid services is increasingly important for a reliable, low-cost, decarbonized future.  At the same time, rapid changes in policies and programs signal a shift in approaches to bring equity and environmental justice to the forefront of climate solutions.

    Come join professionals from around the world to discuss the science and policies that equitably advance efficiency in our built environment and reduce climate impacts.  Thirteen panels covering a wide range of topics — focusing on technologies, policies, equity, behavior, and resilience — will provide for a diverse and exhilarating exchange of ideas and information. The 2022 Summer Study is the ideal forum for learning and discussing topics related to these important issues in both formal sessions and casual settings.  Bring your ideas, experience, and vision to share and collaborate with friends and colleagues.

    Click here to see a list of the organizations that participated in our 2020 virtual event.

    Registration
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    Lodging
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    Speaker Resources
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    Sponsorship Opportunities

    If your organization would like to learn more about the various sponsorship levels and the associated benefits, please download the sponsorship prospectus below and contact Charlie Herron.

    Download the SSB22 sponsorship prospectus

    Sponsors

    Reception Sponsor

    Registration

    Registration is now open for on-site attendance at the Summer Study. Save by registering early through this link.

    Full-week registrants receive access to all sessions, hospitalities, and the Aquarium event on Wednesday, August 24.

    Registration Type
    Early Bird April 12 – June 19 $1,067
    Regular June 20 – July 19 $1,267
    Late July 20 – August 26 $1,467
    One-day April 12 - August 26 $612 plus $337 for add-on day
    Student** April 12 – August 26 $707
    Group April 12 - August 26 $967 - available for 10 or more from same organization (full week only)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    *Rates include $12 per day facility fee charged by Asilomar.

    **Students must show valid, current student ID to an accredited college/university

    Transportation

    The following are options for getting to Asilomar from three airports in the area:

    1. San Francisco (SFO) – 2 hours north of Asilomar
    2. San Jose (SJC) – 1 hour north of Asilomar 
    3. Monterey (MRY) – 15-20 minutes from Asilomar (limited flight availability)

    Don’t want to rent a car? Schedule your ride from any of these airports on the Monterey Airbus Shuttle.

     

    Lodging

    On-site lodging is now available for full-week attendees (daily options will open on July 21).  Secure your spot now through this link

    Three meals per day are included with Asilomar housing beginning with dinner on 8/21 and ending with lunch on 8/26.  Meal tickets will be available to purchase in the Hearst Social Hall (administration desk) for those not staying at Asilomar.  

    Due to Covid, Asilomar requires the following when booking your room: Asilomar will no longer match roommates.  All roommates must request each other on their respective reservation forms in order to be assigned to the same room within 5 business days of each other. If you need to find a roommate, please coordinate through this link.

    Attendee
    (per person rate)

    Sun 8/21

    Mon 8/22

    Tues 8/23

    Wed 8/24

    Thurs 8/25

    Double

    $197.71

    $197.71

    $197.71

    $197.71

    $197.71

    Triple

    $165.93

    $165.93

    $165.93

    $165.93

    $165.93

    Quad

    $150.04

    $150.04

    $150.04

    $150.04

    $150.04

    Asilomar charges a $20 processing fee per person
    Cancellations for full refunds must be made before July 31.

     

     

    Session Schedules

    Summer Study Buildings

    Panel 1 Panel 2 Panel 3 Panel 4
    Panel 5 Panel 6 Panel 7 Panel 8
    Panel 9 Panel 10 Panel 11 Panel 12
    Panel 13 Panel 14 (TBD)    

     

    SEM Summit

    Wednesday, August 24, 2022

    1:00 – 4:30 PM, Merrill Hall

    Our 6th annual 2022 SEM Summit is just around the corner and we are excited to see you all in person! This half day event will be jammed packed just enough to dig deep into two hot topics our NASEMC members voted on. First, we'll discuss what evaluators continue to see and are starting to see across numerous SEM programs, which we'll translate into actions to take across our work. Second, we’ll work on how carbon measurement and decarbonization can be integrated into SEM program designs. Our carbon discussion will also help us leap forward our next funded research project as we aim to explore the total impact SEM can have in our carbon free future.

    Registration for the Summit is $150 and can be made through the Summer Study registration link.

    More information about the Summit and sponsorship can be found under the Events tab at NASEMC.org

    Co-chairs
    Panels/Panel Leaders

    Click on the title of each panel for a full description.

    Panel 1: Residential Buildings: Technologies, Design, Operations, and Industry Trends

    Click here to view the list of accepted papers for this panel.

     

     

     

     

     

    Panel 2: Residential Buildings: Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation

    Click here to view the list of accepted papers for this panel.
     

    Panel 3: Commercial Buildings: Technologies, Design, Operations, and Industry Trends

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    Panel 4: Commercial Buildings: Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation

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    Panel 5: Scaling Whole Building Retrofits

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    Panel 6: Utilities and the Future

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    Panel 7: Market Transformation

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    Panel 8: Capturing Savings through Behavior

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    Panel 9: Energy Efficiency Policy: U.S. & Beyond

    Click here to view the list of accepted papers for this panel.
     

     

     

     

     

    Panel 10: New Construction: From Codes to Net Zero

    Click here to view the list of accepted papers for this panel.
     

     

     

     

     

    Panel 11: Resilient, Sustainable Communities

    Click here to view the list of accepted papers for this panel.
     

    Panel 12: Smart and Grid-Interactive Buildings

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    Panel 13: Energy Efficiency and Equity

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    Panel 14: Display Presentations

    Click here to view the list of accepted papers for this panel.
     

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    Linda Latham Scholarship

     

    The scholarship was established in memory of Linda Latham who served as ACEEE’s Chief Operating Officer until her untimely death in September 2011. Linda, who helped found the US government’s ENERGY STAR® program, believed that students bring talent and creativity to the field of energy efficiency especially if we provide a venue to inspire and educate them.

    The “Latham Scholars” chosen for 2020 had the opportunity to be exposed to new ideas and to interact with energy efficiency experts from around the world. In turn, Summer Study attendees were able to meet these exceptional students virtually—a reciprocal opportunity for all!

    Linda Latham Scholars

     

    How To Apply

    The application deadline was March 22, 2022. An ACEEE committee will review applications, select the winners, and notify recipients by the end of April.

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