Commissioning Providers Scott West and Greg Schluterman Navigate Evolving Commissioning Requirements at CxEnergy 2021 Virtual

With the building sector estimated to generate nearly 40% of annual global greenhouse gas emissions, it’s no mystery that energy codes have risen up the agenda to meet the ambitious goals set by the Paris Climate Agreement. But how do commissioning providers navigate and stay compliant with these evolving codes?

We asked our partners at the AABC Commissioning Group (ACG), the largest body of independent, certified commissioning professionals, for their input. This is a sneak peek of further information that will be provided in ACG’s upcoming CxEnergy 2021 Virtual webinar: “Evolving Commissioning Requirements in Building Energy Codes” by Scott West, PE, BCxP, LEED AP and Greg Schluterman, PE, CxA, LEED AP, HFA. 

Greg and Scott have contributed to the blog post to explore this issues.

Evolving Commissioning Requirements in Building Energy Codes

The commissioning process has become familiar to most professionals in the building design and construction industry thanks to the popularity of beyond-code programs such as the LEED rating system1.  However, commissioning requirements have gradually been getting stronger in building energy codes and industry stakeholders need to be aware of how this impacts minimum code-compliant building projects.

CxEnergy 2021 Virtual: This April, CxEnergy 2021 Virtual will deliver 16 live and pre-recorded technical presentations, covering case studies in commissioning and energy management in buildings and facilities, energy data analytics, critical updates to codes & standards, and more. Earn up to 16 CEUs/PDHs! Register today with promo code “BCSE10″ for a 10% discount.