Despite the humid climate and lack of financial incentives, the American South is a hotbed of zero energy school construction.
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"This year’s winning projects act as revolutionary models for a variety of challenging building types."
"The general concept of using meter data to quantify building energy savings is intuitive and straightforward; in practice, however, there are many complications. With support from DOE, LBNL has been working with partners to address many of the market and technical barriers for M&V 2.0."
This short blog article describes a related white paper titled "The Status and Promise of Advanced M&V: An Overview of 'M&V 2.0 Methods, Tools, and Applications" and a technical article titled "Application of Automated Measurement and Verification to Utility Energy Efficiency Program Data."
This guide presents an overview of the top energy-savings opportunities in commercial buildings and shows how they can be identified using the type of interval meter analytics offered in EIS technologies or using the automated analytics offered in FDD systems.
This guide is intended for anyone investigating the addition of energy storage to a single or multiple commercial buildings. This guide covers the basics of energy storage, potential benefits for facilities, and procurement options.
This 6-page technical design fact sheet by ComEd, about window-to-wall ratio, explains why the quantity of exterior glazing is likely to have a greater impact on energy consumption and occupant comfort than any other decision in the design of a building.