The Government Performance and Results Act ‒ Modernization Act (GPRAMA) requires government agencies to ensure data quality by implementing a verification and validation (V&V) process for performance measures.
After conducting numerous V&V assessments for federal clients, Energetics identified several common pitfalls that can hamstring clients as they define and implement performance measures that are valid, complete, consistent, accurate, and timely.
Energetics created a series of fictionalized V&V case studies that bring these pitfalls to life. Although the case studies are fictional, they describe real measurement issues that programs encounter and present solutions for overcoming them.
The Better Buildings Residential Program Solution Center is a repository of examples, lessons, and resources for residential energy efficiency programs.
Adding to the legacy of the Better Buildings Neighborhood Program, the Solution Center features insights on how to design, implement, and evaluate efficiency programs to improve the energy efficiency of communities across the nation.
Energetics conducted a rigorous cost/benefit analysis to obtain critical data and insight on Nissan’s experiences in using Superior Energy Performance (SEP) to guide its implementation of an ISO 50001-compliant energy management system (EnMS) at a vehicle assembly plant in Tennessee.
This detailed case study builds a compelling business case for industrial plants to adopt a robust, data-driven EnMS using the SEP guidance and protocols to continuously improve energy performance and increase savings.