This is the third session in a series on building electrification at Energy Exchange. After covering the basics of building electrification and implementation pathways, are you curious about what the future of building electrification looks like? This session will focus on innovative and emerging electrification technologies. Learn from the Federal agencies and the private sector implementing a broad range of electrification technologies ranging from thermal energy storage to micro-nuclear reactors. These technological innovations will be key in achieving the Biden Administration’s goal of a Net-Zero Emissions Building portfolio by 2045.
Wyatt Merrill, Technology Manager, Department of Energy, Building Technologies Office
Marc Nichol, Senior Director, New Reactors, Nuclear Energy Institute
Jason Woods, Senior Research Engineer, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Antonio Bouza, Technology Manager, Department of Energy, Building Technologies Office
Upon completion of this session attendees will:
- Build on knowledge of building electrification from the two previous building electrification sessions at Energy Exchange;
- Identify how thermal energy storage can be used for building electrification;
- Identify how advanced nuclear reactors can be used for building electrification; and
- Identify what building electrification technologies are on the horizon.