Thursday, March, 30 | 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Session: C2: Green Communities | Track C: The Path to a Clean Energy Future
Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc. | RSM
Demystifying Energy Code Submetering Requirements and What’s Next ???
What is sub-metering and what are the sub-metering requirements in ASHRAE 90.1 2013/2016/2019, 2021 IECC, and CA Title 24? Other than New York and Seattle, what other states and cities have sub-metering requirements? How to select a solution to meet these sub-metering code requirements . . . but more importantly, as energy codes work to optimize energy efficiency . . . what is next to improve energy auditing and awareness . . . what role can these mandatory measurement and reporting requirements assist in improving of industrial, institutional, and campus wide energy management?
John Busch, LEED AP BD+C, LC, CLATT; has held many positions over his 30+ year career: electrical designer, design build estimator, project manager, and even holds a C-10 Electrical Contractors license in California. This experience allows him to evaluate electrical design challenges with a solutions-oriented perspective. He currently serves as Regional Sales Manager - West, for Lighting Controls of Leviton Manufacturing. John also teaches California Title 24, LEED, lighting controls, the Big 3 Energy Codes (ASHRAE 90.1, IECC, and Title 24), measurement and verification, power management and other energy related topics. John also currently serves on California Energy Alliance Board of Directors, Chair of California Energy Alliance Codes and Standards Education and Outreach Committee as well as a member of the IES NA California Regulations Committee 2021-2022.