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This 3-h FEMP course is intended to provide students with a thorough understanding of the key issues in Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPCs) Measurement and Verification (M&V) so that they can negotiate for better M&V in their projects. There are three modules. The first introduces basic M&V concepts such as the critical importance of M&V in performance contracts, the inherent un-measurability of savings, savings uncertainty, the difference between retrofit isolation and whole building M&V approaches, and the four IPMVP-sanctioned M&V "options." The second module, discusses each of the M&V Option will be in greater detail so that one can see why one would select a specific Option, given a scenario and ECM. The third module covers some of the common issues that one might encounter especially in M&V plans. This module will also cover other issues related to the M&V process and also discuss some of the available M&V resources and tools that can help to mitigate them.

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