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Saving Jobs and Energy in a Changing Region
CM | 1.25
Date: Saturday, April 13
Activity Code: S415
Room: Grand Ballroom C/D North
Track: Meaningful Green Track
An interesting energy policy experiment is now underway in Greater Philadelphia, where the U.S. Department of Energy has created the nation’s Energy Efficient Buildings Hub—a five-year, $129 million effort to improve the energy performance of commercial buildings. This session examines the techniques a consortium of researchers is employing to improve the energy performance of the region’s commercial buildings by 20 percent by the year 2020.
Work: Executive Director of the Rutgers Center for Green Building at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Urban Planning and Policy Development, Rutgers University. An experienced urban planner trained in Political Science, Economics and Public Policy from Bowdoin College (BA), the University of California, Los Angeles (MA) and the Rand Corporation. Serves as an Advisor to the New Jersey Chapter of the US Green Building Council (USGBC), on the editorial board member of Brownfield Renewal, is co-chair of the Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA) Sustainable Planning Design and Behavior Network, and is the DOE Energy Efficiency Building Hub (EEB) Greater Philadelphia project leader for Codes and Standards.
Education: Bowdoin College, Government, Russian AB, 1991. University of California, Los Angeles, Comparative Politics, Methods, MA, 1997. Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, Environmental Management, Sustainability Planning. Ph.D. (expected 2013)
Publications: Mosteiro Romero, M., Krogmann, U., Wallbaum, H., Ostermeyer, Y., Senick, J.S., Andrews, C.A, “Relative Importance of Electricity Sources and Construction Practices in Residential Buildings: A Swiss-U.S. Comparison of Energy Related Life-Cycle Impacts”, submitted to Energy and Buildings, 2013. Wener, R., McCunn. L., and Senick J., “Post Occupancy Evaluation,” Methods in Environment Behavior Research, John Wiley and Sons (forthcoming). Andrews, C.J, Yi, D., Krogmann, U., Senick, J. and Wener, R.E, "Designing Buildings for Real Occupants: An Agent-Based Approach," IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics –Part A: Systems and Humans, November 2011, 41(6): 1077-1091. Andrews, C. J., Senick, J.A. and Wener, R.E. “Incorporating Occupant Perceptions and Behavior into BIM”, chapter 20 (pp.234-246) in S. Mallory-Hill, W. Preiser and C. Watson, eds., Enhancing Building Performance, Oxford, UK, Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2012.
Other Publications: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey , “New Jersey Green Building Manual Best Practice Guidelines for Residential and Commercial Buildings”. 2012, (greenmanual.rutgers.edu). Center for Urban Policy Research, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey for the NJ Meadowlands Commission, “Green Home Remodeling: Guidelines and Implementation Recommendations”, 2009. Center for Urban Policy Research, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey for the NJ Meadowlands Commission, “Green Affordable Housing for New Jersey’s Workforce: Recommendations”, 2008. Center for Urban Policy Research, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey for the NJ Meadowlands Commission, “ An Analysis of Green Building Best Management Practices: Implementation Recommendations”, 2006.
Past Assignments: 2013.01.15,“Green Projects Costing”, Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering (AACE) International (New Jersey Section), Princeton, NJ. 2012.11.12,“Investigating Building Performance through Simulation of Occupant Behavior”, USGBC Greenbuild 2012 San Francisco, CA. 2012.10.16,“Energy Efficiency and Costs Savings”, 2012 Governor’s Housing Conference, Atlantic City, NJ. 2012.09.18, “Life Cycle Cost Analysis: Methods and Application”, Central NJ Chapter of ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers), Princeton, NJ. 2012.09.11, “Energy Efficiency and other Green Building Resources for NJ Businesses: Making Green by Growing Green”, Burlington County, NJ. 2012.06.26, “Human Experience in the Natural and Built Environment: Implications for Research Policy and Practice”, International Association for People Environment Studies Conference 2012, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. 2012.05.31, “Context & Prediction of Building Efficiency & Behavioral Outcomes in Green Buildings”, EDRA43Seattle Conference, Seattle, Washington. 2012.04.26, “The 4 W’s of Green Buildings: Why,What, Where, (How) and for Whom, April 26, 20th Anniversary Celebration, School of Urban Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers University, NJ.
Clinton J. Andrews, AICP
Professor and Associate Dean, Rutgers University
Work: Director of the Center for Green Building, Professor of Urban Planning and Policy Development, and Associate Dean for Planning and New Initiatives at the E.J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. Taught previously at Princeton University, prior to that worked as a design engineer and technology assessor in San Francisco, Boston, and Washington, DC.
Education: Brown University, Sc.B. with Honors, Urban/Mechanical Engineering, 1978. MIT, S.M., Technology & Policy, 1985, Sigma Xi. MIT, Ph.D., Regional Planning, 1990.
Publications: Andrews, Clinton J., Jennifer A. Senick, Richard E. Wener, “Incorporating occupant perceptions and behavior into BIM,” chapter 20 (pp. 234-46) in Shauna Mallory-Hill, Wolfgang F.E. Preiser & Chris Watson, eds., Enhancing Building Performance, Oxford: Blackwell, 2012. Clinton Andrews, Daniel Yi, Uta Krogmann, Jennifer Senick, and Richard Wener, “Designing Buildings for Real Occupants: An Agent-Based Approach,” IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics--Part A: Systems and Humans November 2011, 41(6): 1077-1091. Clinton Andrews and David DeVault, “Green Niche Market Development: A Model with Heterogeneous Agents,” Journal of Industrial Ecology April 2009, 13(2): 326-345. Clinton Andrews and Uta Krogmann, “Technology diffusion and energy intensity in U.S. commercial buildings,” Energy Policy 37(2009): 541–553. Clinton Andrews and Uta Krogmann, “Explaining the adoption of energy-efficient technologies in U.S. commercial buildings,” Energy and Buildings 41 (2009): 287–294. Clinton J. Andrews, "Energy conversion goes local: Implications for planners," Journal of the American Planning Association Spring 2008, 74(2):231-254. Clinton J. Andrews, “Greenhouse gas emissions along the rural to urban gradient,” Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, November 2008, 51(6): 1–20. Clinton J. Andrews, Henry C. Jonas, Nancy Mantell & Randall S. Solomon, “Deliberating on statewide energy targets,” Journal of Planning Education and Research, Summer 2008, 28(1): 6–20. Uta Krogmann, Clinton J. Andrews, Mookhan Kim, Gregory Kiss, and Clare Miflin, “Water mass balances for the Solaire and the 2020 Tower: Implications for closing the water loop in high-rise buildings,” Journal of the American Water Resources Association, December 2007, 43(6): 1414–23. Clinton J. Andrews, “Formulating and implementing public policy for new energy carriers,” Proceedings of the IEEE (2006) 94(10): 1852-1863. Clinton J. Andrews, “National responses to energy vulnerability,” IEEE Technology and Society 25 (3): 16-25. 2006.
Other Publications: Clinton J. Andrews, Lisa Dewey-Mattia, Judd Schechtman, and Mathias Mayr, “Alternative energy sources and land use,” in G. Ingram & H. Hong, eds., Climate Change, Energy Use, and Land Policies, Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2011. Frank Felder, Clinton J. Andrews, and Seth Hulkower, “Which energy future? Scenarios for the global energy sector,” in F. Sioshansi, ed., What energy future? Sustainable lifestyle on a finite planet, Dordrecht: Elsevier, 2011. Clinton J. Andrews, Humble Analysis: The Practice of Joint Fact Finding. Westport CT: Praeger, 2002, 200 pp. Clinton J. Andrews, editor, Regulating Regional Power Systems. Westport CT: Quorum Books (paperback edition also released by IEEE Press, New York), 1995, 405 pp. Robert H. Socolow, Clinton J. Andrews, Frans Berkhout and Valerie M. Thomas, editors, Industrial Ecology and Global Change, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994, 500 pp.
Past Assignments: 2012.11.14 "Improving Buildings through Simulation of Occupant Behavior," GreenBuild2012, San Francisco, CA. 2012.7.17 “How User-Friendly Are Green Buildings?,” Net-Zero House Symposium, Das Haus, White Plains, NY. 2012.6.26 “Evaluating a Green Luxury Rental High-Rise Apartment Building in NYC,” International Association of People-Environment Studies annual conference, Glasgow, Scotland. 2011.05.24 "Does Fukushima Significantly Increase the Nuclear Footprint?" plenary, IEEE International Symposium on Technology & Society, Chicago, IL. 2010.10.09 "Green Building in Europe," Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning annual conference, Minneapolis, MN. 2010.05.29, “Alternative energy and land use,” commissioned lecture at annual conference, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge, MA. 2010.05.17, “Designing buildings for real occupants: An agent-based approach,” Center for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London, London, UK. 2009.11.16 “Roles for Green Buildings in Solving Global Warming,” sponsored lecture, School of Energy and Environment, Southeast University, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China. 2009.6.17 “Productivity and IEQ,” GreenBuildingsNY Conference, New York, NY 2009.5.18 “Are smarter buildings better buildings?,” IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society, Tempe, AZ. 2008.10.13 “Joint fact-finding,” plenary lecture, International Council for the Exploration of the Sea Meeting, Copenhagen, Denmark. 2008.1.25 “Infrastructure factors related to urban health,” Workshop on a Systems Analysis Approach to Health and Wellbeing in the Urban Environment, International Council on Science (ICSU) in collaboration with International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Vienna, Austria. 2007.4.7 "Envisioning New Jersey's Energy Future: What Stakeholders Want," keynote, GLOBALCON, Atlantic City, NJ.