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Commissioning Model of the Future: Utilizing Fault Detection and Diagnostic (FDD) Software to Support Monitoring-based Commissioning (MBCx) and Continuous Building Optimization

Abstract

Most buildings have metering and building automation systems (BAS) which are producing massive amounts of data each day. That data is often discarded and not used to its full potential when it can be leveraged to continuously bring value to the building owners, operators, and occupants. Moreover, re-commissioning or retro-commissioning programs are one-time or periodic, allowing buildings to drift from their commissioned state.

This session will explore how advanced energy and building analytics software technology is unlocking the power of BAS data to enable monitoring-based commissioning, giving building owners and energy managers the insight needed to take action and drastically improve energy efficiency, occupant comfort, and capital equipment longevity.

An overview of Fault Detection & Diagnostics (FDD) concepts and tools will be presented. These advanced tools allow users to leverage the data produced by the BAS to automatically and continuously identify energy saving measures in a building.

Focus will  be given to technologies which allow users to execute Measurement & Verification (M&V) as well as Monitoring, Targeting & Reporting (MT&R) for both portfolio-level and building-level energy consumption. Real-world case study examples will be showcased.

Presented By

Peter Serian P.E., C.E.M., C.M.V.P.
Director of Business Development, Eastern US
CopperTree Analytics

Peter currently leads business development in the Eastern US for CopperTree Analytics, an energy management and automated Fault Detection and Diagnostics (FDD) software platform that empowers commercial building owners and operators to optimize building performance, reduce energy consumption, and improve occupant comfort. Prior to CopperTree Analytics, Peter has served the energy efficiency field for 15 years, supporting energy services, consulting, and SaaS companies. Peter holds an MS from the University of Massachusetts, a BS from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and is a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of MA.