World’s largest database of commissioning and retro-commissioning case studies grows even larger
Sponsored by the California Energy Commission's PIER program, and in cooperation with the California Commissioning Collaborative, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is expanding the world's largest database of commissioning and retro-commissioning cost-benefit case studies.
With sponsorship from the California Energy Commission’s Public Interest Energy Research (PIER) program–and in cooperation with the California Commissioning Collaborative–Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) is expanding the world’s largest database of commissioning and retro-commissioning cost-benefit case studies. This new round of data collection builds on a major study originally published in 2004, which has helped the commissioning community make the business case for this emerging energy management service. While the 2004 study included only U.S. examples, projects from anywhere in the world are now welcome.