Building performance drift is a common challenge facing facility management. Finely tuned and commissioned HVAC systems lose performance over time. The negative impacts of performance drift lead to wasted energy and increased annual energy costs. For one building, the costs can be high, while for enterprises managing multiple buildings, the costs can be devastating.
This presentation will outline key components to a successful monitoring based commissioning (MBCx) program:
ETC has presented an introduction to retro-commissioning (RCx 101) in June 2014 and another in-depth presentation (RCx 201) in February 2016. Now in July 2019, their team will provide a fresh angle on commissioning, it's benefits, and how it can be implemented.
A big "THANK YOU" to ETC who's providing lunch. You can find out more about ETC at there website: https://etcgrp.com/.
The cost of this meeting is FREE to all members, non-members, and interested friends. Continuing education units (CEUs) will be provided by AEE Nevada for those attending this educational presentation.
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