Energy Efficiency Expert Evaluations: A Customized Assessment Approach
This seminar will describe a step-by-step method to conduct an Energy Efficiency Expert Evaluation - a customized process to meet site-specific energy goals. This approach combines the most effective features of an energy audit and retro-commissioning, while avoiding the limitations of each.
Learn about a multi-disciplinary process to streamline site visit planning and on-site discovery, recommend corrective measures, establish a “Master List of Findings,” and complete the project handoff.
- Ed St. Germain, Director of Energy and Environment Support, Enviro-Management & Research, Inc. Read bio.
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