William Shoard, Ph.D., P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP

22-Mar-2018, 2:00 - 2:30PM

 
Track: 3 - Data Analytics & Energy Services

Session: 3C- Energy Professionals as Allies to Facilities

3C- Building an Energy Model to Help Understand and Respond to Benchmarking Results
 

William Shoard, Ph.D., P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP

Business Development Manager
Integrated Environmental Solutions (IES)





How do you know if your building is performing well or poorly? Benchmarking the building's energy consumption annually is like a health check of your property. This allows you to compare the per square foot energy consumption of your building with other similar sized and types of buildings. Benchmarking is the first step towards driving down your energy consumption. Many cities around the country are mandating that large buildings within the city are annually benchmarked with regards to their energy consumption Your building is performing poorly - what can you do about it? There are many steps which can be taken to save energy. Building a thermal model of the property allows you to test different energy saving strategies and quantify their effectiveness before committing the funds required to perform or install these measures


 



 
Track: 3 - Data Analytics & Energy Services | Session: 3C- Energy Professionals as Allies to Facilities
 

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