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Cool Surfaces Manhattan Project Cool Surfaces Manhattan Project Subcontractor Task Description Subcontractor Task 1: Contribute to CSMP Task 1. The goal of this task is to collaborate with the CSMP project team (LBNL, ORNL, GCCA, SSC, and CRRC) to Engage Stakeholders in Plan Development. The Subcontractor shall: _Help prepare a report identifying barriers, opportunities, and models for cool-surface deployment by (a) reviewing the history of cool-surface deployment activities, including code improvements, utility incentives, recognition by green-building programs and energy-efficiency labels, and demonstrations; (b) interviewing cool-surface stakeholders, such as policymakers, code officials, state energy and housing agencies, utilities, insurers, cities, non-governmental organizations, local civil society organizations, cool-product manufacturers, and researchers; (c) researching energy-efficiency/green building deployment models with successful track records; and (d) interviewing the actors who have implemented these models. Subcontractor Task 1 Deliverables: _Contributions to CSMP Milestone 1.1 (CSMP Task 1): Preliminary Identification of Cool-Surface StakeholdersReport initial list of cool-surface stakeholders to be interviewed in Task 1. Due 2022-03-31. _Contributions to CSMP Milestone 1.2 (CSMP Task 1): Cool-Surface Deployment Barriers, Opportunities, and Models ReportReport identifying barriers, opportunities, and models for cool-surface deployment. Due 2022-06-30. Subcontractor Task 2: Contribute to CSMP Task 2. The goal of this task is to collaborate with the CSMP project team to Develop Cool Surfaces Deployment Plan for Phase 2. The Subcontractor shall: _Help prepare a report identifying barriers, opportunities, and models for cool-surface deployment by (a) reviewing the history of cool-surface deployment activities, including code improvements, utility incentives, recognition by green-building programs and energy-efficiency labels, and demonstrations; (b) interviewing cool-surface stakeholders, such as policymakers, code officials, state energy and housing agencies, utilities, insurers, cities, non-governmental organizations, local civil society organizations, cool-product manufacturers, and researchers; (c) researching energy-efficiency/green building deployment models with successful track records; and (d) interviewing the actors who have implemented these models. Subcontractor Task 2 Deliverables: _Contributions to CSMP Milestone 2.1 (CSMP Task 2): Stakeholder Workshop ReportComplete one or more workshop(s) convening cool-surface stakeholders. Due 2022-09-30. Subcontractor Task 3: Contribute to CSMP Task 3. The goal of this task is to collaborate with the CSMP project team to Identify Cool-Surface Deployment Barriers, Opportunities, and Models. The Subcontractor shall: _Help produce a detailed multi-year action plan, targets, and metrics for large-scale cool surface deployment on residential, commercial, and institutional buildings informed by the Task 1 report and Task 2 workshop(s). The plan may involve education; outreach; workforce training; product-affordability programs; market/resident research; large-scale demonstrations; and/or engagement with policymakers, the public, and code bodies. Subcontractor Task 3 Deliverables: _Contributions to CSMP Milestone 3.1 (CSMP Task 3): Cool Surfaces Deployment PlanDetailed multi-year action plan, targets, and metrics for large-scale cool surface deployment on residential, commercial, and institutional buildings. Due 2022-09-30. Other Subcontractor Deliverables & Reporting Tasks The Subcontractor will collaborate with the project team in reporting tasks, contributing to the preparation of the following: _Quarterly Progress Reports _Annual Progress Reports _Project Final Report
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/1/229/30/22

Funding

  • US Department of Energy (DOE): $35,905.00

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