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Utilizing Building Analytics & Monitoring-Based Commissioning for ISO50001 Energy Management
Association of Energy Engineers Member Webinar
Thursday, January 13, 2022
Senior Analyst, Cimetrics
ISO 50001 is an international energy management standard developed to support organizations across all sectors improve their energy use. Monitoring-based commissioning (MBCx) is a process that maintains and continuously improves building performance over time through ongoing data surveillance and automatic fault detection and diagnostics (AFDD) of building systems and equipment. How are the two related, and how can facility owners and operators leverage MBCx to meet the goals of ISO 50001?
Join Cimetrics Senior Analyst Julianne Rhoads at this AEE webinar as she provide an overview of the ISO 50001 requirements, and then examine the relationship between MBCx and ISO 50001, including the benefits of early MBCx implementation, questions to ask when evaluating MBCx and AFDD options, and best practices to not only meet the goals of ISO 50001 certification, but also minimize commissioning time for contractors and change facility culture to encourage thoughtful prioritization and constant improvement.
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