OptiMiser and GoodCents presented an AESP Brown Bag Webinar March 26 titled, "Energy Auditing & Data Quality: A Collaborative Approach Between Implementation & Software."
During this presentation, attendees learned how collaboration is used to improve program efficiency and consistency with a goal of ensuring superior EM&V outcomes. The speakers discussed characteristics of the collaborative relationship resulting in higher quality and more secure program data. Out of this relationship, some of the best practices include data security, custom report production, in-field quality assurance processes, and complete data capture and process assurance. Included in this discussion was a look at EM&V results from a program prior to implementing these best practices and software upgrades along with the results after installation.
To view a recording of the session, click here.