Now is your chance to see some of the top-notch sessions that were recorded at 2015 Greenbuild!
- GBCI Credit Hours: 1
- LEED Specific: BD+C, O+M, ND
This is a self-reporting series. You will receive a certificate of attendance yet you need to self-report your own continuing education credits to GBCI, etc.
In 2014, USGBC acquired PEER, or Performance Excellence in Electricity Renewal - a dynamic, adaptive rating process designed to measure and improve sustainable power system performance. PEER helps project teams deliver best-in-class electricity supply performance that reduces cost, increases productivity, mitigates risks, and leverages customer resources.
PEER evaluates power generation, transmission, and distribution systems through the lens of the customer across desired outcomes that include efficiency, quality, reliability, resiliency, and the environment. Modeled after LEED, PEER is the driving force behind the U.S. Green Building Council’s vision to transform the way power systems are designed, operated, and evaluated. PEER takes a comprehensive look at power system performance by setting standards and evaluating performance across four outcome categories: Reliability & Resiliency, Energy Efficiency & Environment, Operational Effectiveness, and Customer Contribution.
This session will provide an overview of the PEER rating system, explain the PEER certification process, and present case studies of recently certified projects.
- List the four PEER credit categories and explain the intent of each and their relationship with LEED BD+C, O+M, and ND.
- Understand how the PEER rating system can transform the way power systems are designed, operated, and evaluated.
- Explain how the benefits of utilizing the PEER rating system complement the intent of LEED, and how it fits into the certification process of a LEED project (or picks up where the certification process leaves off).
- Discuss the relationship between LEED & PEER and understand the LEED Pilot Credit: Power Supply Performance Index.
Chief of Engineering at U.S. Green Building Council, Washington DC
PEER Program Lead; Lowenstein Fellow at GBCI, Illinois
GoToWebinar: To register for the web-based “from your desk with the GoToWebinar” option, please note that it is a two-step registration process. Your confirmation email will have a link to fill in your name and email in order to receive your own unique GoToWebinar login.
For technical questions or questions DURING the webcast, email Sarah Boren or text 904-535-0055.
Please email Sarah Boren if you are interested in sponsoring this event or the whole series for the year.