I2SL's High-Tech Talks Webinar Series Presents:
The Labs21 Energy Benchmarking Tool
June 2, 2011
3 p.m. – 4 p.m. (Eastern Daylight Time)
I2SL presented the first webinar in its new series: I2SL's High-Tech Talks. This webinar examined the Labs21 Energy Benchmarking Tool, an instrument that allows users to benchmark energy performance in terms of whole-building metrics (e.g., British thermal units per square foot per year) as well as system-level metrics (e.g., minimum ventilation rate in cubic feet of air per minute). This Web-based database tool contains energy use information from more than 200 laboratory facilities.
This webinar helped participants:
- Compare the performance of their laboratory facilities to similar facilities.
- Understand the objectives and benefits of energy benchmarking.
- Help identify potential energy cost savings opportunities.
- Learn how to use the Labs21 Energy Benchmarking Tool, and how to use benchmarking results to guide and inform energy efficiency implementation.
- Learn how to use the Labs21 Energy Benchmarking Tool for LEED® for Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance documentation.
The first 45 minutes of this hour-long webinar were instruction on the Labs21 Energy Benchmarking Tool. During the last 15 minutes, the webinar instructor answered questions from the audience.
Paul Mathew, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Labs21 Team Member
Professional Development Hours
Attendees of the course and those who view the recording can earn one Professional Development Hour (PDH) for professional engineers and one Continuing Education Credit (CEC) from the American Institute of Architects for registered architects.
Contact I2SL if you need to receive professional development hours for viewing the webinar.