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Commercial Building Energy Data Access: A Success Story

Commercial Building Energy Data Access: A Success Story

Date: Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Time: 3:00-4:30 pm EDT

Presenter: Marla Thalheimer, Liberty Property Trust; Laurie Actman, Energy Efficiency Buildings Hub; Darren Gill, Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission; Tom Bonner PECO; Jim Gallagher, SEE Action, New York State Smart Grid Consortium

Overview: Please join the Better Buildings Initiative and SEE Action Network for a presentation on the underlying barriers to energy data access. Learn about solutions underway across the country, including a successful collaboration between building owners, utilities, regulators, and policymakers in Philadelphia who worked together to provide access to whole-building energy use data. The session will also highlight new resources to help you replicate this model in your community.

    Target Audience: Building owners and operators, as well as utility representatives, utility regulators, and state and local officials and interested stakeholders.

    Register here.

Webinar

 
 
The Buildings Performance Database 2

The Buildings Performance Database: The Power of Data Webinar

August 6, 2013
4:00-5:00 PM EDT
Presenter: U.S. Department of Energy’s Buildings Technology Office

The Buildings Performance Database (BPD) is the largest free, publicly available database of residential and commercial building energy performance information in the country. Please join us for a webinar about how the BPD can help you:

  • • Analyze information about real buildings' location; age; size; function; electricity and fuel consumption; equipment information and operational characteristics
  • • Discover opportunities for improvement by examining groups of similar buildings
  • • Forecast project performance and risk using statistical analysis

With more than 1,500 users since the launch in June, the BPD provides access to an anonymous dataset of over 60,000 single-family, multifamily, commercial and public buildings from across the country. The DOE is continually looking for data contributions, and new datasets are being added regularly. We are offering three webinar dates that will all include the same content: an overview of the BPD’s goals and design principles, a live demo of the tool, information on how to contribute data, and a question and answer session.

Target Audience: Building owners and managers, contractors and service providers, public agencies and energy efficiency program administrators.

Register here.

Webinar