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change for LM to be successful; but
we also see the potential for LM
to seed a transformational change.
All the groundwork will enable the
fundamentals (good operations) to be
done better, with more information
(RTMs) - to har vest that low hanging
fruit year af ter year.

Change in kwh, year-over-year
0.0%
-2.0%
-4.0%
-6.0%
-8.0%

12 months
ending Oct.
2016

-10.0%

11 months
ending
Sept. 2017

-12.0%
-14.0%
OCME Lab

City Total

OCME Lab

City Total

FIGURE 6: DS OPS TIMELINE - ELECTRICITY

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Program-wide, a mobile platform
has been added, and DEM is working
with the CUNY Energ y Management
Institute to develop a training module
that will help facilit y managers set
informed aler ts and analyze data to

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0get the most out of the RTM system
potential. In the mix, we look for ward
to the unexpected as people take
up and make their own connections
with new technologies. At some
agencies there will have to be a major

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Susan Cohen oversees the City of
New York's $700 million annual
energy budget, in her job as Assistant
Commissioner, Energy Management,
at the Department of Citywide
Administrative Services. Her unit has
brought web-based reporting to City
government agencies, combining data
from multiple sources and enabling the
monitoring of energy cost and usage by a
broad array of users. She also oversees a
growing demand response and metering
program. She has a PhD in economics
MEMBER
from Columbia University.
Tarek M. Arafat manages a GHG
reduction initiative for hundreds of realtime monitored municipal buildings,
as the Program Manager of the
Monitoring-based Load Management
Program for Energy Management, at the
Department of Citywide Administrative
Services. He has a BE in Mechanical
Engineering, a MS in Sustainability,
and a MPA from Columbia University.
In the Fall of 2017 he began an Urban
Informatics and Data Science Master at
NYU's Center for Urban Science
and Progress.

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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018

From the Executive Director
From the Board Chair
Product Choices for High-Performing Building: Materials Matter
Designing Solar for High-Density Areas
High Performance Building Valuation Techniques
Starting with the End in Mind: Enhanced Turnover for Efficient Building Operations
Behavior Based Strategies and Organizational Change in Commercial & Public Buildings: The Human Component of Energy Efficiency
Commercial HVAC Retrofits That Work
Stretch Codes Emerge as a High Impact Strategy For Energy Savings
Scale it Up: Monitoring-Based Demand-Side Operations for NYC Agencies
The Retrofit Revolution
Index to Advertisers
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - intro
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - cover1
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - cover2
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 3
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 4
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 5
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - From the Executive Director
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 7
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 8
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 9
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - From the Board Chair
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 11
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - Product Choices for High-Performing Building: Materials Matter
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BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 14
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BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 16
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 17
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - Designing Solar for High-Density Areas
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BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 20
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 21
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - High Performance Building Valuation Techniques
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 23
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 24
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 25
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - Starting with the End in Mind: Enhanced Turnover for Efficient Building Operations
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BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 28
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 29
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 30
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - Behavior Based Strategies and Organizational Change in Commercial & Public Buildings: The Human Component of Energy Efficiency
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 32
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 33
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 34
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 35
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - Commercial HVAC Retrofits That Work
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 37
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 38
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 39
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 40
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - Stretch Codes Emerge as a High Impact Strategy For Energy Savings
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 42
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 43
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 44
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - Scale it Up: Monitoring-Based Demand-Side Operations for NYC Agencies
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 46
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 47
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 48
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 49
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 50
BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - The Retrofit Revolution
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BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - Index to Advertisers
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BUILDING ENERGY - Spring 2018 - 62
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