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Tuesday, November 8th

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Eastern

Join Doug Wolf, Director of Software from Willdan as he discusses the advances in simplified modeling tools, through software and technologies, to address energy modelling barriers, and demonstrating how energy modeling is now accessible, accurate and affordable for all, using case studies!

Energy modeling brings many benefits to both new and existing buildings of all sizes and scopes, but despite the benefits there is a gap in the market. Modeling is still often seen as too expensive and time-consuming, particularly for smaller projects, building tune-ups and retrofits. Project schedules are faster than ever, thus, if they are to be used, modeling solutions need to support the schedule, not hinder it. The accuracy of the models to predict savings varies and can be widely dependent on the skill of the modeler. With almost endless design solutions for any given project, energy modeling is key to evaluate and compare options and optimize the building design. Add to this a grid experiencing a significant scale-up of clean energy, with two-way flows of energy and information supporting reliability, security (cyber and physical), and resiliency—modeling value increases.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the barriers of traditional energy modeling for various project types
  2. Explore how modeling advances have led to accurate predictions for well-informed decision-making in a fraction of the time
  3. Support implementation of energy modeling for projects previously considered unaffordable or inaccessible
  4. Review case studies where modeling informed clean energy decisions

Sponsored by:

net energy optimizer c/o willdan product to sponsor this webinar with EMA

Net Energy Optimizer: NEO is a powerful, easy-to-use online energy modeling tool that provides users the most accurate information available, when its needed most. It helps you and your clients make faster, more informed decisions to design, construct, and maintain higher-performing buildings.


Who Should Attend?

  • Energy Managers
  • Commissioning Providers
  • Building Owners & Facility Managers
  • O&M Managers
  • MEP Engineers
  • HVAC Testing Professionals
  • Architects
  • Other Building Professionals