Commercial Building Energy Saver Pro No session number 411 users

Small Commercial Toolkit

The 2030 District Small Commercial Toolkit is a national 2030 District Program that includes a set of program and technical products aimed at small commercial buildings (Buildings < 50,000 s.f.) It provides user configurable retrofit analysis using real-time EnergyPlus simulations.

Required inputs: Basic information, Energy price, CO2 emission factors, and Investment criteria in Common Inputs tab, and Actual building characteristics, Time of use energy rate, and User defined retrofit measures in Detailed Retrofit Analysis tab.

Target audience: Facility managers, engineers, and building owners with experience


Publication

Commercial Building Energy Saver: Getting Started Tutorial PDF

Commercial Building Energy Saver: An Energy Retrofit Analysis Toolkit PDF

DEEP: A Database of Energy Efficiency Performance to Accelerate Energy Retrofitting of Commercial Buildings PDF

Review of Existing Energy Retrofit Tools PDF

Automated Energy Model Calibration PDF

Commercial Building Energy Saver (CBES Flyer) PDF

Database of Energy Efficiency Performance (DEEP Flyer) PDF


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Acknowledgements

The CBES Toolkit is funded by the California Energy Commission under the Public Interest Energy Research (PIER) Program Award No. PIR-12-031. The CBES Pro adds new features to CBES and expands for use in U.S. national locations, which is sponsored under the 2030 Districts project funded by the U.S. Department of Energy under Contract No. DE-AC02-05CH11231.


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