The resources complied hereunder are few of the early research papers and studies from across the globe on Grid Interactive Buildings. Our team aims to create a comprehensive collection of peer-reviewed research papers, case studies, publications and conversations on this subject. Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make a contribution to this effort.
- Office of energy efficiency and renewable energy, US department of Energy ,“A National Roadmap for Grid-Interactive Efficient Buildings”, May 2021
- Darren Port, David Lis, Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships, “Emerging Codes and Standards for Grid-Interactive Buildings”, January 2021
- Victor Olgyay, Seth Coan, Brett Webster,and William Livingood, “Connected Communities: A Multi-Building Energy Management Approach”, May 2020.
- The State and Local Energy Efficiency Action Network, the U.S. Department of Energy and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, “Grid-Interactive Efficient Buildings: An Introduction for State and Local Governments“, April 2020
- The State and Local Energy Efficiency Action Network, the U.S. Department of Energy and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, “Determining Utility System Value of Demand Flexibility From Grid-interactive Efficient Buildings“, April 2020
- Hayden Reeve Sri Nikhil Gupta Gourisetti Penny McKenzie Michael Mylrea Paul Ehrlich Glenn Fink Draguna Vrabie, ”Challenges and Opportunities to Secure Buildings from Cyber Threats”, March 2020.
- Andrew Satchwell, Peter Cappers, Jeff Deason, Sydney Forrester, Natalie Mims Frick, Brian F Gerke, Mary Ann Piette, “A Conceptual Framework to Describe Energy Efficiency and Demand Response Interactions”, 2020.
- American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE)-“Position Document on Resiliency in the Built Environment“, 2019.
- American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) “ Integrating Energy Efficiency and Demand Response Programs“, 2019.
- American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE), “State of the Market: Grid-interactive Efficient Buildings Utility Programs”, 2019.
- Monica Neukomm, Valerie Nubbe, Robert Fares “Overview of Research Challenges and Gaps – GEB Technical Report”, 2019.
- Amir Roth, DOE, “Whole-Building Controls, Sensors, Modeling, and Analytics – GEB Technical Report”, 2019.
- Chioke Harris, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), “Windows and Opaque Envelope – GEB Technical Report”, 2019.
- Bill Goetzler, Matt Guernsey, Theo Kassuga,“HVAC, Water Heating, Appliances and Refrigeration GEB Technical Report”, 2019.
- Valerie Nubbe, Mary Yamada, “Lighting and Electronics GEB Technical Report”, 2019.
- Grid-interactive efficient buildings
- Grid-Integrated Energy Efficient Buildings (GEBS)
- Grid Interactive Efficient Buildings, Office of Energy and Renewable Energy
- Buildings Research: The Importance of Grid-Interactive Buildings
- The Grid-Interactive Efficient Buildings (GEB) Challenge
- 2020 GSA/DOE RFI Grid-interactive Efficient Buildings Webinar
- USAID India: Smart Grid – Towards An Intelligent Future
- Smart Grid Interactive tool The Joint Research Center has developed an interactive dissemination tool to explain to the general public what a smart grid is and what the expected challenges and benefits of achieving a smart grid are. Tool .