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TIA – Inside the Network Conference & Exhibition . Business Opportunities and the Low Carbon Economy in the Information Age May 18, 2011 . Ronald J. Zimmer, CAE President & CEO Continental Automated Buildings Association www.CABA.org. U.S. Building Impacts. Average Green Building Savings.

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TIA – Inside the Network Conference & Exhibition

Business Opportunities and the Low Carbon Economy in the Information Age

May 18, 2011

Ronald J. Zimmer, CAE

President & CEO

Continental Automated Buildings Association

www.CABA.org

leed credit
LEED Credit

The Goal of rolling out the LEED DR credit is the widespread adoption of DR by the building community and the adaption to buildings needs by enabling technologies, utility/ISO programs and service providers as well as the professionals from all the above.

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Speakers should try not to exceed 24 slides per 30-minute presentation, roughly one slide per 1 or 2 minutes of talk

  • Do not forget to bring a copy of your presentation with you on the day
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SMART GRID DEFINITION

A “smart grid” is a digital, self-healing energy system that delivers electricity or gas from generation sources, including distributed renewable, to points of consumption. It is capable of optimizing power delivery and facilitating two-way communication across the grid, enabling end-user energy management, minimizing power disruptions and transporting only the required amount of power. The result is lower cost to the utility and the customer, more reliable power and reduced carbon emissions.

Source: World Economic Forum

Smart Grid Project Task Force &

Steering Board

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Global Installed Smart Meters,

Aggressive (2010-2015)

Electric, gas and water meters

Source: 2011 ON World Inc.

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CABA’s Energy as a Managed Service Study

  • Member Participants
    • 3M Company
    • Bell Canada
    • Best Buy
    • Direct Energy
    • Freescale Semiconductor
    • Honeywell International
    • Ingersoll Rand/Trane/Schlage
  • Intel Corporation
  • Landis+Gyr
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • TELUS
  • Tyco Electronics
  • Whirlpool Corporation

Source: CABA’s “Energy as a Managed Service”

willingness to pay

CABA Connected Home Roadmap 2010

JLA Strategic Research

Willingness To Pay

For several high opportunity areas, many of those dissatisfied with their current situation are willing to pay for improved capabilities

  • Programmable lighting controls
  • Eliminating phantom energy drain
  • Individual room temperature and lighting control

= Solid Opportunity Score

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Courtesy: ZigBee Alliance

The Home and Beyondfrom a Telecom perspective

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CABA’s Intelligent Buildings Roadmap Study: 2011

  • Member Participants
  • Belimo Air Controls
  • Consolidated Edison Company of New York
  • Distech Controls Inc.
  • Echelon Corporation
  • Electric Power Research Institute
  • Honeywell International Inc.
  • Ingersoll Rand/Trane/Schlage
  • Johnson Controls Ltd.
  • Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Natural Resources Canada
  • Optimum Energy, LLC
  • Philips Electronics
  • Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • Schneider Electric
  • Siemens Industry, Inc.
  • Sloan Monitored Systems
  • Wattstopper/Legrand/Ortronics

Research Supplier: Frost & Sullivan Project Manager: Dr. Ken Wacks

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CABA’s Intelligent Buildings Roadmap Study: 2011

Source: Frost & Sullivan and

CABA’s Intelligent Buildings Roadmap 2011

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Planned CABA Research

  • STATE OF THE CONNECTED HOME MARKET
    • Consolidated Edison Co. of New York, Microsoft Corporation, Whirlpool Corporation, Best Buy, Ingersoll Rand, etc.
  • SMART GRIDS IMPACT ON INTELLIGENT BUILDINGS
    • -Philips, Cadillac Fairview Corporation, Honeywell International, Siemens Industries Inc., etc.
  • AGING IN THE CONNECTED HOME
    • -TELUS, Ingersoll Rand/Trane/Schlage, etc.
  • More info at: http://www.caba.org/research/projects
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Your Information Source for Home & Building Automation

1173 Cyrville Road, Suite 210

Ottawa, ON K1J 7S6

613.686.1814

Toll free: 888.798.CABA (2222) Fax: 613.744.7833

CABA@CABA.org

http://www.twitter.com/caba_news

http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=2121884

www.CABA.org