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Free cooling from use of the economizer cycle represents a big opportunity for savings. Testing functionality and optimizing settings for the economizer are discussed. Presented by Michael Kuk, LEED AP BD+C, CPMP, OPMP, BEAP, CxA and BOC Instructor, on March 20th, 2013.
BOC Tech Talks provide technical information on a variety of topics of interest to facility engineers managing commercial and institutional buildings. The content is derived from the Building Operator Certification (BOC®) program and the sessions are presented by BOC-approved instructors. Each topic provides opportunity to highlight information of interest to facility professionals.
Building Operator Certification® (BOC®) is a nationally recognized training and certification program focusing on energy efficient building operations. Investing in education of facility staff, through a program like BOC, reduces energy costs while increasing occupant comfort. BOC covers a variety of building management technologies, but the emphasis is to recognize practical, no-cost/low-cost solutions, working with existing building systems, to improve energy performance. BOC also trains O&M staff to develop a preventive maintenance program that improves the building environment and prolongs equipment life.
BOC in the Midwest is delivered by the Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance in partnership with over twenty-five stakeholders, such as utilities, state energy offices and community colleges.