CxEnergy and the AABC Commissioning Group (ACG)
The key to occupant safety, reduced energy costs, and maximized water use is ensuring hot water systems are operating at peak performance.
The core building is designed to accommodate tenants of a perceived type. Any changes to the type or the amount of occupants drastically affects performance.
A preliminary technical program was announced for CxEnergy 2023, which will cover many topics for commissioning experts, energy management professionals, MEP engineers, building owners and more.
Video: Integrating Meter Data, Equipment and Tariff Rates for ECM Identification, Assessment and Verification
Data is essential for energy efficiency efforts. Interval meter data has long been the primary focus of analysis in M&V and energy analysis.
This seminar looks at a project from a control contractor’s perspective to highlight challenges and why they are often the critical path for the commissioning process.
This presentation focuses on challenges developing the ASHRAE building and how they were addressed by the design and commissioning team in order to meet the project goals.
The author of an ASHRAE Journal article on the subject leads this session to explain the effects of cold weather (temperature change) on building static pressure measurement when the indoor and outdoor references at two different elevations.
After building enclosure commissioning and air barrier testing, the buildings far exceeded minimum air barrier air leakage requirements, performing nearly at ASHRAE "Tight Building" Standard level- providing significant energy savings well into the future.
This session discusses OPRs as important tools at a time of increased scrutiny (through local codes and rating systems) on performance related to resiliency, health, energy and carbon.
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