Energy Efficiency Alberta covers 50% of the course fees for residents of Alberta only. The discount has already been applied on the listed fees.
The GHG Monitoring, Targeting & Reporting course trains in efficient techniques for analyzing and managing energy consumption. It includes topics on ongoing energy monitoring and factors in key consumption drivers such as climatic data and activity indicators. This training provides the basis for integrating energy efficiency into the management structure of any organization.
Measurement and targeting is used to:
- Analyze the energy performance history of the operations and the facilities
- Set the energy consumption reduction objectives
- Control the current energy performance
- Develop the energy budgets
Build a statistically valid energy performance model to capture and accurately report your energy saving activities using existing facility data
Who should attend?
- Building managers/operators, technical industry managers or energy managers
- Engineering firms and professional firms specialized in energy efficiency
- Energy efficiency maintenance personnel
Please note that this interactive workshop is limited to 18 participants.
Monitoring—How to do it
- Energy use and production
- Correlation of energy use to weather and production
- CUSUM – a powerful tool for energy monitoring
- Control charts
- Application of CUSUM to industrial processes and facilities
Monitoring & Management
- Monitoring as a basis for control
- Monitoring as a source of budget information
- Monitoring as a source of summary information
- Setting achievable energy reduction targets
- Setting realistic timelines
- Best practices and benchmarks
- Information required
- Report structure
Introduction to Measurement & Verification (M&V)
- Savings verification using CUSUM
- The basics of the IPMVP
BSc, CEM, CPEnMS (Industrial)
With more than 10 years’ experience in the energy management sector, Sam’s background spans a broad spectrum of energy studies, electrical and mechanical concept design, field review, and engineering and construction project management. He has conducted numerous energy and building automation system optimization studies on commercial, industrial, and institutional facilities. Sam has also facilitated over 40 energy management workshops and webinars across Western Canada, including delivery of the NRCan ‘Dollars to $ense’ series workshops. He has acted as the Energy Manager for the University of the Fraser Valley for a four year period through Prism Engineering, and drove the organization to exceed their energy reduction target two years ahead of schedule. Sam is the Kootenay Branch Manager for Prism Engineering, based in Nelson, BC.
If you are unable to attend the course, you may substitute another person in your place without penalty. All cancellations or postponements must be communicated to CIET by email at email@example.com.
- Registrations cancelled more than 4 weeks prior to the course starting date: no penalty.
- Registrations cancelled between 2 and 4 weeks prior to the course starting date will be assessed a $50 administration fee.
- Registrations cancelled 2 weeks or less prior to the course starting date will be assessed 50% of the registration fee.