NSW Measurement and Verification
In November 2015 NCBA obtained Project Impact Assessment & Verification accreditation from IPART for ‘Building Services Upgrades’ (BSU) projects.
It is a broad ranging accreditation allowing us to use the Measurement and Verification method to create ESC’s for any projects that achieve energy savings as a result of upgrades to any HVAC associated plant and equipment, lighting, pumps and pipework, insulation, motors, security and Building Management and Control Systems (BMCS).
The PIAM&V method is experiencing significant growth in the ESS and out in the market place generally. Many 1990’s era building services products and equipment are approaching end-of-life age. Many building managers are considering replacements or upgrades and so NCBA can now create ESC’s for these projects.
In addition to the ESC’s, using the method provides the benefit of certified measurement and verification of the energy saving performance of your product or project.
Get in touch with us today if you have a BSU project under development and would like to include the value of ESC’s in your design.
VIC Measurement and Verification
In October 2015 the Essential Services Commission announced the intention to include project based assessments in the VEET scheme.
When released, the method for creating of VEECs may be very similar to the PIAM&V method in NSW.
NCBA are looking forward to the inclusion of project based assessments in the VEET scheme and we encourage all our clients to discuss your Victorian based energy efficiency projects with us to determine how we can obtain VEEC’s using the M&V methodology.by