This webinar provides an introduction and demonstration of an M&V2.0 Software Tool under development by Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (LBNL). The tool is applicable to estimate weather-normalized energy consumption and impacts (pre and post-treatment) for one - or many - commercial facilities. It has been designed for ease of use with monthly or higher frequency (e.g. hourly or 15 minute interval) metering/billing data and to provide transparent results and accessible graphs. The Open source software too is expected to become available late in 2017. Documentation and coding in R and test results are available now. This tool is being used in the M&V2.0 Pilot Research Project funded by the US DOE and State Energy Partners which is being hosted by CT DEEP and facilitated by NEEP and LBNL.
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