This report presents an overview of the development of the Energy Audit Tool along with case study results from the analysis of 40 buildings, and nine audited buildings at the Philadelphia Navy Yard.
This project worked with developers of DOE tools such as the Asset Score Tool and BuildingSync and developed outreach tools and engagements to accelerate and enhance utilization of these tools.
BRT is a systematic process to identify and correct building operational problems that lead to energy waste. It is implemented at no- or low-cost other than the labor required to perform the Re-Tuning process.
As a member of the Subtask 5.4 Indoor Environment Quality (IEQ) assessment team, the Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics (CBPD) at Carnegie Mellon University conducted a Post Occupancy Evaluation (POE) for Building 661 in Navy Yard, Philadelphia, PA, on July 10th, 2015.
This presentation reviews the process for establishing a competency map for building energy auditors. Competency mapping was a component of CBEI's overall work in workforce development.
This research roadmap is focused on conducting research using existing and state-of-the-art building components and systems in an integrated fashion.
This research on energy efficiency and occupant behavior in multi-tenanted buildings provides valuable insights into the challenges that confront the goal of achieving a 50% energy reduction in commercial buildings in the Greater Philadelphia region by 2014.