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Windows & Envelope R&D Emerging Technologies: Building Technologies Program. Presented by: James E. Rannels, Team Leader Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy December 10 - 12, 2002. National Energy Policy.

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windows envelope r d emerging technologies building technologies program

Windows & Envelope R&DEmerging Technologies:Building Technologies Program

Presented by:

James E. Rannels, Team LeaderOffice of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

December 10 - 12, 2002

national energy policy
National Energy Policy
  • “…establish a national priority…to improve the energy intensity of the U.S. economy…improving energy efficiency.”
  • More than a third of the energy consumed in the U.S. is consumed in buildings.
eere s strategic plan
EERE’s Strategic Plan
  • Oneof EERE’s Strategic Goals is to increase the energy efficiency of buildings and appliances
building technologies mission
Building Technologies Mission

Its mission is to develop technologies, tools, and techniques for making residential and commercial buildings more energy efficient, productive, and affordable.

emerging technologies vision
Emerging Technologies Vision

A healthier, more prosperous future through the wise use of energy in buildings

Latest Version of Maytag Neptune

Used in Bern Study

how the program is organized

Team Leader

Appliance Standardsand Analysis

Team Leader

Residential

Team Leader

Commercial

Team Leader

Emerging Technologies

Ed Pollock, Jr.

John D. Ryan

James E. Rannels

Bryan D. Berringer

How the Program is Organized

Program ManagerBuilding Technologies

Michael J. McCabe

energy use in buildings
Energy Use in Buildings

Refrigeration 6%

Cleaning

Appliances

3%

Water

Heating

12%

Ventilation 2%

Lighting

14%

Space

Cooling 11%

HVAC systems are 38% of total energy use in buildings

Other *

27%

Space

Heating

25%

  • * Other includes computers, cooking, electronics, and State Energy Data System adjustment.
  • Source: Department of Energy, BTS Core Databook, July 26, 2002
technology roadmapping
Technology Roadmapping
  • Opportunity for leaders from industry, academia, research communities, and DOE to develop a mutual vision
  • Assist DOE in focusing the direction of future R&D to foster next generation building technologies
  • Assess near-term R&D focus for joint industry/federal investment
  • Create a better R&D portfolio for building envelope and windows technologies
  • Maintain a continuing dialogue
technology status technical accomplishments
Technology Status: Technical Accomplishments
  • Cutting refrigerator energy use by ¾ over 25 years, while adding features
  • Technology to cost-effectively cut building energy use in half compared to standard practice
  • Reducing energy use in buildings by enhancing the use of daylighting
  • Investment in Low-E coatings research:
    • Introduced to market in 1983
    • By 1999 accounted for 40% of the market

NREL’s Solar Energy

Research Facility

wall systems
Wall Systems
  • Development of the Whole Wall Rating Procedure
  • Four Patent Applications for Wall Systems
  • Developed Component Air Leakage Apparatus
  • Whole House Demonstration Project at the Habitat Site (ICFA, PCA, Habitat)
emerging technologies summary
Emerging Technologies Summary
  • Track record of success
  • Alignment with Assistant Secretary and National priorities
  • Component research serving both residential and commercial buildings
  • Retrofit and new building potential
  • Planning emphasizes partnering, technology roadmapping, measurable milestones
emerging technologies team hq
James E. Rannels, Team Lead

P. Marc LaFrance – Envelope Systems, Windows

Ronald Lewis – Appliance & Lighting Roadmaps, Lighting R&D, Appliance and Lighting Controls, Energy Star CFL’s

Arun Vohra – HVAC, Refrigeration Equipment

James Brodrick– Advanced Light Source, Energy Demographics and Technical Analysis

Richard Karney– Energy Star, International Building and Community Systems, Envelope Systems

Richard Orrison – Program Implementation, Competitive Solicitation, Emerging Products

Emerging Technologies Team, HQ
where our r d is focused

Refrigeration

Commercial

Residential

Appliances

Windows

Envelope

Lighting

HVAC

Space Heating

Space Cooling

Lighting

Water Heating

Refrigeration

Ventilation

Clothes Washer/Dryers

Cooking Products

Electronics/Office Equip.

Computers

Other

33%

10%

6%

15%

9%

5%

5%

5%

1%

11%

16%

12%

24%

7%

4%

5%

2%

6%

3%

21%

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Where our R&D is focused

Delfield Vantage Line

where our interests converge
Where Our Interests Converge

DOE

MutualInterest

Industry

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Research

Development

Demo

Sales

Basic

Applied

Explor.

Advanc.

Engnr.

Basic Energy Science

(Office of Science)

EE Science Initiative(Office of EERE)

Building Technology / NETL(Office of EERE)

Commercialization

Small Business Innovative R&D(Office of Science)

Invention & Innovation

(Office of Indust. Tech)

Interested in DOE R&D?

These five opportunities with DOE could further your research visions!

Technology Maturity Continuum

doe funding opportunities
DOE Funding Opportunities
  • Office of Science, Annual Solicitation Process. http://www.sc.doe.gov/production/grants/fr02-01.html
  • FY2002 Joint Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy and Office of Fossil Energy Science Initiative.http://www.netl.doe.gov/business/
  • Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Energy Efficient Building Equipment and Envelope Technologies IV. http://www.netl.doe.gov/business/
  • Office of Science, Small Business Innovative R&D. http://sbir.er.doe.gov/sbir
  • Office of Industrial Technology, Invention and Innovation. http://www.oit.doe.gov/inventions/