Savings gained through energy conservation projects comes in the form of energy that isn’t consumed and money that isn’t spent. Measurement and verification (M&V) is a necessary and effective tool for proving a project’s success because it quantifies savings and provides actionable information that can be presented to the C-suite and facility management staff. This session will increase understanding of M&V and empower participants to take an active role in the development and implementation of an M&V plan.
Identify different uses and purposes of measurement and verification
Explain the International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol options with a focus on Option C, “Whole Building”
Describe the challenges and benefits of implementing an M&V plan at a building, campus, or system level
List questions and concerns to discuss during M&V plan development and implementation