Properly Tracking Your Energy Efficiency Projects
We are living in a complicated world. Building owners and managers have had to cope with the impacts of COVID-19 on building occupancy, energy demand, and ventilation requirements. In addition, climate change remains a looming threat that has caused large cities like New York to institute emissions caps on buildings. If your local government does not yet require this, it is expected to become more widespread. Thus, many companies are researching efficiency projects, both capital-intensive and operational, to help them reach goals and improve their buildings’ performance.
This guide will delve into how to measure & verify your efficiency projects properly and explore the different M&V guidelines and standards, adding the adjustments and recommendations the guidelines have made in the wake of COVID-19. Finally, we will discuss when and where M&V is necessary, what benefits it has, and how EnergyWatch can assist.