Best Practices in On-Demand Ventilation Optimization

Abstract

The days of constant flow ventilation systems are long passed for most facilities outside of hospitals. But with that being said, there is a wide range of strategies that are implemented to create on-demand ventilation systems – do you know which ones are proven to be optimal? Should CO2 levels be measured in the duct or the space? Which areas benefit most from CO2 monitoring? Should supply duct temperatures be constant or variable? Is it more efficient to provide heat in the air handler or reheat coils? How does humidity affect efficiency? When creating zones, what are the key considerations? Are return air fans always needed? How important is it to have working economizers? These questions and more will be answered to assist you in making the right choices to improve ventilation system efficiency and minimize energy consumption.

Presented By

Joshua Lewis, C.E.M., C.M.V.P.
Engineering Manager
Nerva Energy Group, Inc.

Joshua Lewis, CEM, CMVP, is the Engineering Manager at Nerva Energy Group Inc., a speciality contractor providing smart building optimization by leveraging niche expertise with leading IoT technologies to ensure buildings function more intuitively and efficiently, creating energy earning opportunities and fostering a positive impact on occupancy, quality of life and the overall environment.

As an award-winning leader in the energy sector and cutting-edge business development strategist with a wide knowledge base in energy conservation and environmental sustainability, his delivery of projects is with a commitment to continuous improvement and lean principles which leads toward world-class levels of performance through multi-tiered approaches.