Thu, 06 Oct|
Energy modelling: practices and process to minimise the Energy Performance Gap (EPG)
Time & Location
06 Oct 2022, 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Haymarket, 1 Little Pier St, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia
About the Event
Energy Performance Gap (EPG) is a gap between predicted energy performance and measured operational energy performance. Where gap exists, additional unexpected greenhouse gas emissions will be released to the atmosphere. How much of the EPG issues are due to the internal modelling issues? Are there other factors around the building delivery processes and industry practices that should also be managed? How can we replicate the success of minimising the EPG in the premium office sector to the non-premium office and the rest of the commercial building sectors? These questions will be discussed in this presentation, as well as inviting energy modellers to participate and work together to improve industry’s capability in delivering operational performance.
Noni Nuriani is a Principal Consultant at Kani Quest Pty Ltd. She has thirteen years of experience in sustainability consultancy, across commercial, residential, retail, health, industrial, education, data centres and defence sectors. She is passionate about improving existing building's energy performance, as well as achieving the best sustainability outcomes for new buildings. She is a NABERS Accredited professional, a member of the NABERS Independent Design Review (IDR) Panel and a member of the NABERS Steering Committee, a CBD assessor, a Green Star Accredited Professional, and a board member of IBPSA-Australasia (Marketing & Industry). Noni is currently undertaking PhD research at UNSW on minimising energy performance gap in Australia’s commercial building sector.