National GEB Roadmap: U.S. DOE, A National Roadmap for Grid-interactive Efficient Buildings (May 2021)

U.S. DOE, Connected Communities (overview presentation)

What's new? 

  • Upcoming:

    • Upcoming forums are limited to state Working Group members. Please contact geb@naseo.org with questions.

  • RESCHEDULED: October 26, 2022, 3:00-4:30 PM ET: Grid/distribution planning, including non-wires solutions. Details pending.

 

 

GEB Working Group Technical Assistance calls and resources (participation limited to Working Group states, contact geb@naseo.org for information):

 

NASEO documents/resources

 

U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. General Services Administration, SEE Action Network, National Laboratories

 

State and Regionally Focused 

 

Other resources

 

NASEO and associated Webinars and Forums

Other Webinars 

  • NARUC, Financial Toolbox on Electrification, addressed technology, economic, accounting, and customer considerations related to building electrification programs, including status and trends, cost-benefit considerations, and regulatory questions. Webinar May 26, 2022 recording.
  • Resources for the Future, Greening the Grid through Demand-Side Automation, April 4, 2022, 3:00 PM ET (recording available).
  • Calibrated, Validated, and Publicly Available End Use Load Profiles for the U.S. Building Stock, October 28, 2021 - Recording and slides are available here. The end use load profiles can be downloaded here. For questions about using the load profiles, please email: load.profiles@nrel.gov and other questions can go to Natalie Mims Frick nfrick@lbl.gov or Eric Wilson eric.wilson@nrel.gov. 
  • Valuing and Incentivizing Demand Flexibility as a Grid Asset, September 22, 2021, 1:00-2:00 pm ET - Better Buildings Alliance webinar covering research to quantify the value of DF from GEBs to the utility and highlights mechanisms that utilities and policymakers can use to encourage DF. Speakers: Tom Eckman (consultant to LBNL - Determining Utility System Value of Demand Flexibility from Grid-interactive Efficient Buildings) and Margot Everett (Guidehouse - Incentive Mechanisms for Leveraging Demand Flexibility as a Grid Asset). Webinar slides and recording
  • Decarbonization at a District Scale: Colorado Residential Retrofit Energy District (CoRRED), August 31, 2021, 12:00-1:00 pm ET - DOE State Energy Program webinar on the results of a DOE-funded simulation of a Denver neighborhood of grid-interactive efficient homes. (August 31 slides and recording pending; also available are the July 20 versions of the webinar slides and recording link [password for recording: CoRRED2021! ] )  

  • NARUC webinar Virtual Power Plants in the 20s: Moving From Theory to Practice, August 12, 2021, 3:00-4:00 pm ET (recording).
  • Grid Integration and Electrification in Energy Codes, August 12, 2021, 1:00-2:00 pm ET, DOE Building Energy Codes Program webinar on the role of building energy codes in advancing connected buildings, how electrification will necessitate this, and GEB technologies being adopted at state and local levels. (slides; recording).

Meeting presentations

 

NASEO and State RFI comments