This webinar is part of a series of three webinars on ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager delivered by CIET for free in collaboration with Natural Resources Canada. If you haven't done so already, register for the upcoming webinars below!
201: Creating and Updating your Building Profile (this webinar)
Having learned the basic functionalities and how to navigate the ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager (ESPM) in the first workshop, this session provides participants with the information and training they need to use and update data and information on their own buildings into the tool. Participants also learn how to use the Data Quality Checker, which serves to run a set of basic data checks on your properties to help identify possible data entry errors and determine whether your buildings differ from typical operational patterns. It also alerts you to both warnings and information errors that you might have inputted.
Portfolio Manager is a management tool designed to measure and assess the energy performance of commercial and institutional buildings. Over the years, the Portfolio Manager tool has grown in popularity and use because it allows the user to understand the whole building's energy use and costs (including water and other materials), compare theirs with other buildings (using a scoring system), set building baselines and targets, track the impacts of reduction strategies, and produce custom reports.
Through this workshop, participants will:
Eddy Cloutier graduated in mechanical engineering from the École Polytechnique de Montréal in 2003. Since 2005, he has been working as an engineer for Bouthillette Parizeau and has been involved in a number of major projects and in conducting numerous studies mainly in the capacity of energy efficiency specialist and project manager. Since 2009, he has been working as this firm’s Director of Sustainable Development and Energy Efficiency.
He has been accredited as a Certified Measurement & Verification Professional (CMVP), LEED AP O+M and Accredited Recommissioning Agent (by the BEIE). To ensure the success of the projects undertaken, he gets himself fully involved and takes ownership of the projects together with his team members.
He first got involved in recommissioning in 2006, when he supervised an AQME pilot project financed by the Agence de l’efficacité énergétique, Hydro-Québec and Gaz Métro. Since then, he has been constantly involved in this field by implementing numerous projects, some of which have won awards. Over the past five years, he has also worked as a trainer.
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