Leading in Los Angeles: Demonstrating scalable emerging energy efficient technologies for integrated façade, lighting, and plug loads INTER System FLEXLAB Test Report

Leading in Los Angeles: Demonstrating scalable emerging energy efficient technologies for integrated façade, lighting, and plug loads INTER System FLEXLAB Test Report

TitleLeading in Los Angeles: Demonstrating scalable emerging energy efficient technologies for integrated façade, lighting, and plug loads INTER System FLEXLAB Test Report
Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsPaul A Mathew, Cynthia Regnier, Jordan Shackelford, Travis Walter
Abstract

This report is a part of the California Energy Commission (Energy Commission) EPIC study Leading in Los Angeles: Demonstrating scalable emerging energy efficient technologies for integrated façade, lighting, and HVAC. The set of technologies are called the Integrated Technologies for Energy-efficient Retrofits (INTER) and are comprised of automated shading products and LED lighting systems with networked luminaire-level sensors and controls. In addition, the project will include control modifications and assessments of HVAC savings. This document includes the test plan and test results for the FLEXLAB testing of the shading and lighting INTER system and related energy use impact. The test plan describes the test objectives and features, test cases, schedule, and measurements. The test results cover system performance in the lab; including lighting and HVAC energy, visual comfort, and thermal comfort.

DOI10.20357/B7Z88F
LBNL Report Number

LBNL-2001337