Register now for October’s Building Energy Simulation Forum

As building energy and system-level monitoring becomes commonplace, facilities teams are faced with an overwhelming amount of data. This data does not typically lead to insights or corrective actions unless it is stored, organized and analyzed in automated ways. With sophisticated software applied to everyday building operations, building owners are reaping the cost-saving benefits of energy management and information systems (EMIS) that embed building analytics. Design engineers are beginning to specify EMIS from the start, which helps maintain as-commissioned performance.

The Smart Energy Analytics Campaign is a program led by the U.S. Department of Energy that supports building analytics by providing its participants with technical assistance and opportunities for national recognition. This presentation will provide an introduction to EMIS, key attributes for specification and an overview of how to get involved in the campaign.

Register to attend. Boxed lunches will be provided. If you are unable to attend in person, register as a remote attendee and the phone and webinar login information will be emailed to you.

Building Energy Simulation Forum
Wednesday, October 18
Presentation: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Q&A: 1:00 – 1:15 p.m.
Ecotrust Building
721 NW 9th Avenue (2nd Floor, Billy Frank Jr. Conference Center)
Portland, OR 97209

About the presenter:

Hannah Kramer, P.E.
Consultant, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Affiliate

Hannah Kramer is working with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory as the technical lead on a U.S. Department of Energy program to advance the adoption of Energy Management and Information Systems (EMIS) and monitoring-based commissioning across the country. She is responsible for program design, technical support to participants, and the development of market characterization studies.  Previously, Hannah was the Director of Engineering at PECI/CLEAResult where she oversaw technical delivery, emerging technologies research, and development of EMIS-enabled utility programs. Over the last 17 years, she has helped develop numerous resources for the commissioning and energy efficiency industry. Hannah has a mechanical engineering degree from Iowa State University and completed her masters at UC Berkeley in the Energy and Resources Group. She is a registered professional engineer in the State of Oregon.