June, 16 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Track 3B | Building Success Stories
Seattle City Light | Sr. Energy Management Analyst
ELECTRIFICATION: DOAS & VRF King County International Airport Terminal
This presentation reviews the upgrade of an old 25,000 square foot airport terminal to a new, all-electric HVAC system. The existing built-up air handlers were replaced with DOAS equipment for ventilation and utilized a VRF system for the heating and cooling requirement. Natural gas use was eliminated. The electric use reduction qualified for a Seattle City Light conservation incentive.
Mr. Loewen has over 30 years of experience in the energy management industry, including 7 years at Seattle City Light. Currently he works with utility customers implementing conservation projects and manages the incentive agreements and payments for those projects. His experience includes a broad range of building types and mechanical systems. He has worked on projects from the perspective of customer, consultant, contractor and project developer.