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Amy Hill – Consultant, EEVS

  • Speaker Bio:

    Amy is a Consultant at EEVS and a Certified M&V Professional with over 4 years’ experience in the statistical analysis of energy data and implementation of M&V processes in resource efficiency projects. Amy has worked with numerous clients, including ESCOs, supermarket chains, large retail banks and various public sector organisations, and has developed and implemented rigorous M&V methods, in line with the best practice protocol the IPMVP, to verify the savings achievements of these projects.

    Over the last few years Amy has also worked as an M&V technical advisor to the Government, recently leading a team of analysts to support the development and delivery of the Department of Energy and Climate Change’s (DECC) Electricity Demand Reduction (EDR) pilot.

    Amy has a Masters Degree in Chemistry from Durham University, is a Graduate Member of the Energy Institute and a member of the UK Association of Energy Engineers.

    Presentation Title:

    Managing your ‘Negawatt’ Investment – Why performance measurement & verification (M&V) is crucial to managing energy efficiency projects

    Presentation Synopsis:

    When undertaking energy efficiency projects often organisations spare little thought for how the savings will be measured and in many cases this can end up being an afterthought of the project. The premise of an energy efficiency investment is to ‘buy’ energy savings but without visibility of the project performance how do you know if you’re getting value for money? In this presentation, we will look at the role of Measurement and Verification (M&V) in understanding ‘business as usual’ energy variations and establishing appropriate baselines to disaggregate savings from unrelated changes to energy usage, perhaps due to a change in temperature or production. Best practice M&V plays a crucial role in achieving competent contractor performance management, allowing underperformance to be identified and rectified and successful projects to be given the recognition they deserve.

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