Improving Building Performance Without Capital Expense: Driving Real O&M Cost Savings with Ongoing

A common misconception in the industry suggests that significant capital outlays and new equipment are required to drive energy savings in buildings. We illustrate how continuous attention to key building energy systems, schedules, set points and controls sequences can achieve similar impacts without significant capital cost. Performance based building analytics monitoring results in improvement to ENERGY STAR scores, significant energy cost savings, and reduced O&M expenditure. This program will highlight a process which can be deployed by ownership and building management to team to drive energy savings and reduce operating costs, and will highlight case studies that have shown promising results by pairing engineering expertise with software to improve building performance.

Learning Objectives:

1. Learn how monitoring key analytics can lead to operational savings.
2. Learn the key drivers and roadblocks: doing your homework, benchmarking & due diligence.
3. Observe the lessons learned and results achieved: the impact of energy savings on operations and property value.
4. Learn how to structure and fund building analytics performance programs to achieve quantifiable savings.

  • Session Details
  • Start Time: 11/15/2017 2:10:00 PM End Time: 11/15/2017 3:00:00 PM Presented By:

    Alec Carnes PE, CEM, HBDP, LEED AP BD+C
    Senior Principal/Building Optimization Group Practice Leader
    Heapy Engineering

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    David Deal, LEED AP O+M
    Project Manager, Building Optimization Group
    Heapy Engineering

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    Room Number: 230 B Audience: Intermediate CEU: 0.1 Track: Energy Management

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    P.O. Box 691509
    Orlando, FL 32869