Chair: Ellen Franconi
The M&V 2.0 Subcommittee aims to generate awareness and foster new advanced M&V methods. These methods utilize interval data and include new forms of models that can incorporate time indicator variables to project baseline energy use into the post-installation period. Their application has the potential to evaluate efficiency savings in near-real time, which provides benefits to building owners, energy-efficiency service providers, utilities and the smart grid. Subcommittee focus areas include: defining new use cases, specifying data requirements, establishing statistical criteria, standardized handling of non-routine adjustments, and aligning new methods with IPMVP and ASHRAE documents, including Guideline 14 and RP 1404.