April 2020 Webinar — Better Buildings: Smart Energy Analytics
Date(s) - 04/23/2020
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Commercial buildings are full of hidden energy savings potential, and facility managers and building owners are now reaping the cost-saving benefits of data analytics through the use of Energy Management and Information Systems (EMIS).
The Smart Energy Analytics Campaign program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy through the Better Buildings Initiative and managed by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) encouraged the use of a wide variety of commercially available EMIS technologies and ongoing monitoring practices to help uncover those energy-saving opportunities and improve building performance. IFMA was an organizing partner in the original design of the campaign and contributed to the outreach plan to target building owners and operators.
Based on the article appearing in the Mar-Apr Facilities Management Journal, join us for an in-depth look at the analytics behind energy use and how to find those hidden savings.
Thursday, April 23rd, 2020
Noon – 1 PM (CDT)
Claire Curtin is a program manager at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, supporting research on EMIS. Previously, she was with Pacific Gas & Electric in the Commercial Whole Building Demonstration project and administering Automated Demand Response utility programs for EnerNOC and Global Energy Partners. Curtin spent more than 20 years as a senior producer and designer in the computer gaming industry with Electronic Arts, Maxis and Broderbund Software.
Hannah Kramer is an affiliate to the Building Technology and Urban Systems Division at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. She holds a master’s degree from the Energy and Resources Group from UC Berkeley. Her research focuses on building energy performance monitoring and diagnostics and supporting how owners implement monitoring-based commissioning. Kramer has authored numerous studies and resources on commissioning and building performance.