DOE Building Energy Codes Program
September 29, 2020
DOE/PNNL/Karpman Consulting has developed the compliance form to support ASHRAE 90.1-2016 and 2019 Energy Cost Budget and Appendix G.
This 2-hour training focuses on ASHRAE Standard 90.1 reporting requirements applicable to performance-based projects and covers the documentation that must be submitted to code officials and administrators of above-code programs. It illustrates how to fill out the DOE (Department of Energy) Compliance Form, discusses productivity tips, efficient workflow, and covers the common mistakes and best practices. The training targets energy modelers, submittal reviewers and members of design teams signing off on the submittals. The training includes presentation and live demonstration of how to fill out the Compliance Form for a sample project.
Date & Time: Tuesday, September 29, 2020; 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PDT
Christina LaPerle is a licensed Professional Engineer, ASHRAE Building Energy Modeling Professional (BEMP), an AEE Certified Energy Manager (CEM), and an AEE Certified Building Commissioning Professional (CBCP). She has over 8 years’ experience in energy engineering performing energy audits, energy modeling, and retro-commissioning for both existing buildings and new construction. Christina has developed energy modeling tools to enhance workflow efficiency and regularly performs energy modeling technical reviews for incentive and above code program submissions. She also codevelops incentive and above code program simulation guidelines and tools and provides one on one training and technical support to energy modelers. Recently, Christina worked as part of the team that developed the DOE/PNNL funded Compliance Form for projects that use ASHRAE Standard 90.1 Section 11 and Appendix G compliance options.
Maria Karpman, LEED AP, BEMP, CEM, Karpman Consulting, has 20 years of experience in building science, energy modeling, and software design. She has completed numerous energy modeling projects for new and existing buildings and has led the development of technical polices for major modeling-based incentive programs. She is a member of the ASHRAE Standard 90.1 committee and has authored papers and presented at the ASHRAE, IBPSA, and AIA conferences among others. She has developed and delivered trainings on energy modeling and performance-based code compliance that have been attended by several thousand building industry professionals. Ms. Karpman holds advanced degrees in engineering and computer science, has served as an NYU adjunct faculty member, and is the principal of Karpman Consulting.
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