As an energy manager, have you encountered challenges in obtaining advanced metering data? Once you have the data, are you unsure how to best leverage it to meet reporting requirements and make good decisions to improve energy operations? Advanced metering has long been acknowledged as a tool that can provide energy use data to energy managers but there continue to be challenges with reliably accessing and obtaining the meter data then using the data to improve energy operations and meet reporting requirements. In this 2020 Energy Exchange Extra session, presenters will demonstrate how to successfully obtain advanced metering data, analyze the data to identify issues, and improve building operations and maintenance efficiency.
Dan Vesey, US Navy Account Manager, Schneider Electric
Bryan Rogers, Chief, Secure Systems Branch, U.S. Army Corps of Engineering
Karen Curran, Energy and Sustainability Branch Chief, U.S. General Services Administration
Upon completion of this training, attendees will:
- Analyze and utilize advanced metering data and reporting tools for benchmarking, capital planning, forecasting, cost reporting and billing, and greenhouse gas reporting;
- Utilize reporting tools to identify power quality issues;
- Identify advanced metering microgrid applications for energy resilience, demand response, peak demand reduction, and load preservation;
- Use advanced metering reporting tools to improve operations and efficiency and compare consumption against key performance indicators; and
- Verify improvement performance, energy efficiency, and validate energy conservation measure return on investment with advanced reporting and analysis.