Measurement and verification (M&V) is the process of using measurements to determine the actual energy savings generated by energy management projects at individual sites. Common M&V activities include metering, data collection and processing, transparent savings calculations, monitoring, quality assurance, and third-party report verifications.
For those who want to get advanced M&V concepts, the two-day Advanced Measurement and Verification training program provides hands-on exercises and concepts that serve to complement and reinforce theoretical knowledge acquired through common M&V certification courses and designation.
On day 1, we recap the main features of M&V and focus on the use of various statistical tools for developing M&V plans, such as: sampling, linear regressions (including multivariable regressions), and uncertainty calculations. On day 2, we explore practical examples of International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol (IPMVP) options for the following cases: lighting, motors and variable speed drives, compressed air, heat recovery systems, and commercial buildings. Participants also perform calculations for these cases. Finally, day 2 concludes with the development of an M&V plan.
If you are looking to increase your knowledge of the M&V process and the preparation or interpretation of plans, this program covers the statistical tools, examples, and case studies that are sure to help you develop your expertise.
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Ms. Gauthier is an energy transition expert who has advised the public sector and private organizations in the commercial, institutional and industrial sectors for almost 20 years. She holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the École Polytechnique de Montréal and a master’s degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.
Ms. Gauthier is the National Director of Consulting Services at Econoler, a consulting firm with almost 40 years of experience in the design, implementation, evaluation and financing of energy efficiency programs and projects. She also acts as a trainer for the Canadian Institute of Energy Training (CIET).
Ms. Gauthier is currently on the board of director of Ecotech Quebec: the clean technology cluster, the Quebec Council of Energy Efficiency Entreprises (CQ3E): an organization dedicated to the recognition of energy efficiency as a full-fledged energy sector, and on the governance of the Building Energy Challenge, a BOMA Quebec initiative that she co-instigated. Finally, Ms. Gauthier is co-author of Canadian Energy Efficiency Outlook: A National Effort for Tackling Climate Change, a book published in 2018.
An M&V designation is not required but is strongly recommended.
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