Energy Measurement and Verification


Energy Measurement and Verification (M&V) is defined as the process of measuring and verifying both energy and cost savings produced as a result of the implementation of an energy conservation and efficiency measure or procedures. An energy conservation measure is defined as the installation or modification of energy using equipment, or systems, for the purpose of reducing energy use and/or costs. Therefore, energy conservation measures may include fuel switching, demand side management, and energy supply agreements which may reduce the cost of energy while not actually reducing energy use.

  • Spot Measurement
  • Continuous Measurement
  • Utility Bill Comparison
  • Calibrated Simulation