AEE NEVADA PRESENTS HIGH PERFORMANCE SEQUENCES OF OPERATION FOR HVAC SYSTEMS
Join us for our September 2022 AEE educational presentation in person, as well as via webcast!
Our guest speaker will be presenting via webcast, but all attendees in Northern and Southern Nevada will be able to meet in-person to watch the livestream. Food will be provided in-person, so please register as soon as possible! A meeting invite and link will be provided after registration.
Northern Nevada location: 255 W Moana Ln. Suite #208, Reno, NV 89509
Southern Nevada location: Windmill Library - Conference Room; 7060 W Windmill Ln, Las Vegas, NV 89113
AEE is an organization that aims to educate on advances and information regarding energy sustainability and conservation. This months presentation will be an overview of ASHRAE Guideline 36. The purpose of ASHRAE Guideline 36 is to provide uniform sequences of operation for HVAC systems that are intended to maximize energy efficiency and performance, provide control stability, and allow for real-time fault detection and diagnostics. The Guideline was first published in 2018 for air-side VAV systems and will be reissued in 2021 with addendums and hydronic (central plant) system sequences.
The presentation will provide an introduction and overview of Guideline 36, including example air-side system sequences related to energy efficiency.
Eric Koeppel, P.E., CEM, CxA
Senior Engineer, McKinstry
Eric has over 25 years of experience in building systems controls, commissioning, and energy analysis. He is a Senior Engineer in the Phoenix office at McKinstry, a national leader in designing, constructing, operating and maintaining high-performing buildings where he executes existing building, new construction and monitoring-based commissioning projects. Eric is a Professional Engineer (P.E.), a Certified Energy Manager (CEM), a Certified Commissioning Authority (CxA), and a voting member of the ASHRAE Guideline 36 (since it was formed in 2014). He holds a bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering.