Energy Exchange 2019
This session provides building/facility operators, managers, and engineers with advanced information on recommended energy management system (EMS) functions, capabilities, and best practices. Having this level of knowledge will enable the control systems to be fully utilized and optimized, resulting in a more reliable and energy efficient facilities with improved occupants comfort.
Mike McKinion, BSMET: Syncom Space Services — Stennis Space Center
Christopher Van Horn, Constellation
Nora Wang, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Upon completion of this session attendees will:
- Effectively utilize key EMS functionality to gain a better understanding of low/no cost EMS operating strategies that save energy;
- Effectively utilize key EMS capabilities to implement capital investments that save energy;
- Effectively utilize the EMS to incorporate the "best practices" strategies to cost-effectively retro-commission the system; and
- Understand the meaning and value of an asset rating vs a performance rating and how to engage with and leverage the Asset Score tool.