Identifying hidden energy waste may require a deployment of new devices. Your utility bill is a great indication of energy consumption, but data loggers and submeters are needed to illustrate energy usage on a specific system and equipment basis. The data-driven decisions and projects resulting from a deployment can improve occupant comfort, reduce maintenance, minimize capital resources, and – of course – slash energy.
- Identify best practices for deploying types of data loggers.
- Know how to analyze the data correctly to make informed, data-driven decisions.
- Learn the benefits of data gathering, such as reduced maintenance, minimized capital investments, improved occupant comfort, and decreased energy usage.
- Discover case studies of similar deployments and apply them to your situation to effectively implement these strategies at your facility.
Gregory B Johnson PE
President and co-owner
Gregory B Johnson PE, is the President and co-owner of Kilawatt Technologies, an energy consulting firm that utilizes large data, statistics and energy vector analysis to develop and implement financially viable energy decisions. Mr. Johnson’s background includes more than 25 years of experience in the environmental fields as a Professional Engineer. His early professional years were spent managing investigations and cleanups on federally regulated hazardous waste sites. He received a Masters in Civil/Environmental Engineering from Tufts University. In 2010 he joined Kilawatt Technologies and became its President in 2011. During his tenure, Kilawatt’s market has grown into New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Vermont with sales doubling every year. Mr. Johnson has XX professional papers published in various fields including life sciences and engineering. In his leisure time he enjoys hiking in the woods, sailing and kayaking with his son and daughter.