Energy Management Systems and HVAC Controls Part 1/2
Number of Credits (if applicable): BOC 2.0, BPI 2.0
Course Description: Getting the most energy savings out of your HVAC requires building systems to be capable of adjustment, such as variable speed drives or demand limiting, as opposed to simple on/off control. However, these strategies often add a higher level of complexity making it more challenging to keep persistent energy savings over time. Energy Management Systems and Analytics are often offered up as a solution to this problem. This course will provide a deep dive exploration on the reality of energy management systems and how they are not a one-size-fits all endeavor and how each one needs its one requirement and parameter for success.
- Identify key differences between building management systems (BMS) and energy management systems (EMS)
- Review fundamental EMS qualities, controls, and techniques appropriate for different users, audiences, and end goals
- Explore key performance indicators and strategies dashboard configurations
- Evaluate effective EMS implementation, current product availability and successful case studies in new and retrofit projects
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