You’ve done your due diligence on your energy-model but it STILL does not match the existing utility bills. Given an infinite combination of inputs to change, this is often the most intimidating part of energy-modeling-- even for very experienced modelers.
What’s more is that many clients won’t respect the energy simulation unless it matches up month per month with their utility bills.
This can become the ultimate time-waster and can cast a negative light on your modeling abilities. Why? Because you can make “common sense” calibrations to fix your model, but sometimes the fix is counter intuitive!
With several thousand inputs to choose from, where do we begin?
We came up with a simple 7 step system to systematically approach this challenging aspect of energy-modeling. (learn more here) In this 90 minutes training, we will walk through a 7-step approach to match an existing energy-model to existing utility rates.
Who is this course for:
Energy-modelers (regardless of software)
Life cycle cost simulators
What do you get along with the presentation:
Checklist including 7 steps, common errors, and time wasting pitfalls
Receive your own copy of the same spreadsheet that we use for troubleshooting
Access to the webinar recording
Certificate of course completion
Pick your course
Select the course that fits your needs. Whether you need to learn TRACE 700, eQUEST or LEED modeling, we've got you covered.
Watch videos and take quizzes
Once you sign up the youtube previews turn into high quality full length training videos. Test your knowledge through quizzes and example problems. After you pass, show off your certificate.
Unleash your potential
Energy Models helps you build the skill set that will land you your dream job, or that much deserved promotion, nail your LEED model, or sell your equipment. AND you get GBCI credits.
Energy-Models.com is a site for energy modelers, building simulators, architects, and engineers who want learn the basics, to advanced concepts of energy modeling. We've got online training courses and tutorials for eQUEST, Trane TRACE 700, OpenStudio, and LEED for energy modeling. All our energy modeling courses are video based. What better way to learn energy modeling software than screen-casts of exactly how things are done?