Understand the resources available for tracking building performance.
Describe examples of HVAC and lighting operational practices that can lead to improved performance.
Discuss methods for testing and evaluating HVAC and lighting system performance.
Describe energy management considerations related to occupant comfort and indoor air quality.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Building owners, facility managers and engineers, maintenance personnel, energy managers, building operators, contractors, energy efficiency specialists and anyone interested in procuring or providing energy efficiency services.
Do you understand what it takes to rein in energy use in commercial buildings? It makes sense to focus on the three big energy end uses: heating, cooling and lighting. We’ll explore all three during this on-demand webinar. Tools, practices and technologies will be shared and energy management strategies, as well as VFD and LED retrofits will be discussed.
Operational practices, often the lowest cost energy conservation measures, can provide significant returns in energy and dollar savings. Efficient scheduling and sensor error remediation can produce results with very little investment. We’ll discuss these and other operational adjustments, as well as the optimization of airside economizers, lighting controls, ventilation systems for indoor air quality and supply fan controls. You’ll learn methods for testing and evaluating existing HVAC and lighting systems such as staff and occupant interviews, onsite observations, spot measurements and more. Watch the webinar now to find out what tools, energy management strategies and practices, and technologies result in energy savings, as well as improved occupant comfort, productivity and indoor air quality.
Dave Moser PE
In his current role, Dave provides engineering services for a diverse range of projects and programs; all centered on building energy efficiency. His experience includes implementing and managing the technical aspects of existing building commissioning programs for utilities, directing in-building commissioning projects and leading research projects. Prior to his current role, Dave led HVAC design and construction administration projects for new and existing commercial buildings.
Dave is a registered engineer in the state of Oregon and a certified commissioning process management professional. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering with an emphasis on HVAC systems from Iowa State University.
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