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Curatolo to Discuss Monitoring-based Commissioning in Nation’s Capital

Monitoring-based commissioning has emerged as a promising solution to uncover and track energy savings opportunities.

Marie Curatolo will present “Monitoring-Based Commissioning and the Continuous Improvement Cycle” during the AEE World Conference in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, Sept. 25. The presentation will define monitoring-based commissioning and discuss its role in the context of comprehensive energy management based on ISO 50001’s four-phase Plan, Do, Check, Act cycle of continuous improvement.

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