Energy Audits

We use regression analysis frequently in our energy engineering analysis, but results can be less than ideal for many cases. Now with big data and the current technology of faster computing, we can use a comprehensive understanding of statistics, hypothesis testing, and principles of inference...

More often than not, commercial and industrial firms' primary business objective is to drive a high volume of sales. Commercial facilities are focused on ensuring high comfort level for the occupants and the industrial facilities care about their Key Volume Indicators; so energy management is...

  As energy engineers looking for potential energy savings during energy audits, retro-commissioning investigations and ongoing commissioning, we typically use trend reviews to evaluate the effectiveness of control logic. Trends offer a window into what the controls accomplished in the past. They need to be interpreted...

‘You can’t manage what you don’t measure’ is a keystone of energy efficiency. Measuring your building’s energy use is so important that reporting it is now the law in California for many building owners. The first deadline is quickly approaching beginning on June 1, 2018....

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