Fort Knox, KY
This workshop will highlight the advantages of re–tuning from the energy savings and occupant comfort perspective. This workshop will provide insights into re-tuning principles and a practitioner's guide for how to apply the re–tuning approach. This will include training on the use of interval metered data and trend data to uncover potential opportunities, and a checklist approach at evaluating building energy systems for best practice control. Training will be provided on several of the most impactful re–tuning measures. Training will cover how re–tuning should be part of a comprehensive Energy Management Program such as the ISO 50001.
Nael Nmair, O&M and Audit programs Manager, Department of Energy's Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP)
Danny Taasevigen, Mechanical Engineer and Technical Team Lead, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
Varun Sood, Certified Energy Manager, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Ron Underhill, Certified Energy Manager, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
Nick Fernandez, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
Upon completion of this workshop, attendees will:
- Understand the concepts behind the re–tuning approach;
- Start applying the re–tuning approach;
- Identify operational problems and deficiencies in their buildings;
- Craft smart recommendations for improved controls and operational sequences;
- Train the trainer: attendees will be able to train others at their site in re–tuning best practices gained during this training; and
- Understand how re–tuning should be part of a comprehensive Energy Management Program such as the ISO 50001.