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LSC Energy Tranformation - Achieving a 35% Reduction in Building Energy Use

Abstract

At 4% of campus floor space and 10% of campus energy use, the University of British Columbia's (UBC) LEED® Gold Life Science Centre represents a large proportion of overall energy use on campus. Starting in 2012 UBC's energy conservation team began a systematic process of low cost optimizations, waste heat recovery, and optimizing building air changes which have led to 35% reduction in building energy use.

 

Speaker

Julie Pett, P. Eng
Energy Conservation Manager
The University of British Columbia

Julie Pett is the Energy Conservation Manager at the University of British Columbia. She has 11 Years of energy conservation, new construction, and sustainable building experience. She has worked at UBC in here role doing energy conservation existing and new laboratory buildings for 3 years. Before that, she worked as a mechanical engineer in building consulting both in Vancouver in Toronto. She holds a P.Eng in BC and Ontario.