Measurement and Verification is a process that uses measurement to determine, in a reliable manner, the actual energy savings generated at an individual site by an energy management project. The M&V process consists of planning, measuring, collecting, and analysing data for the purposes of verifying and reporting energy savings within an individual facility, resulting from the implementation of Energy Conservation Measures (ECMs).
A key part of the Measurement and Verification process is the first item on the list: planning. Which means developing an M&V Plan. The purpose of an M&V plan is to outline how the savings analysis will be conducted. By documenting the measurement process before anything is implemented, the savings can be measured and analysed in an objective manner during the later stages of the M&V process.
An M&V plan covers 13 topics:
1. Energy Conservation Measure (ECM) Intent
2. Selected IPMVP Option and Measurement Boundary
3. Baseline – Period, Energy and Conditions
4. Reporting Period
5. Basis for Adjustment
6. Analysis Procedure
7. Energy Prices
8. Meter Specifications
9. Monitoring Responsibilities
10. Expected Accuracy
12. Report Format
13. Quality Assurance
One of the key learning objectives of the Advanced Measurement and Verification program is Developing an M&V Plan. In this course, participants will learn to use statistical tools for developing M&V plans, and day 2 concludes with the development of an M&V Plan. In this course, participants will increase their knowledge of the M&V process and the preparation or interpretation of plans.
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COVID-19 Information for CIET'S Fall 2021 Training Calendar – CIET will continue with virtual training!
Last Updated: May 18, 2021
CIET to continue Virtual Real-Time classroom training this fall!
With well over 100 virtual real-time courses delivered since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, and based on feedback received from more than 1,600 participants, CIET is happy to inform that all public training sessions offered this fall will be delivered through our virtual real-time classrooms.
This will allow everyone to continue to access CIET training in a safe manner, which protects both our participants and our trainers, regardless of what happens with the pandemic or public health measures. This allows you the peace of mind to register for a virtual training course today, knowing that the training will be delivered with the same quality of training that you expect from an in-person CIET course. Also, keeping the virtual real-time training sessions will ensure that our full course calendar is available to all participants across Canada and abroad, regardless of geographical location.
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Through all these measures, CIET hopes to provide as much flexibility as possible to training participants while respecting its commitments to other participants, trainers and partners, as well as public health recommendations.
We thank you very much for your trust and collaboration and look forward to welcoming you in our virtual classrooms!
The CIET Team