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Getting Smart About Metering

An Essential Component of Energy

and Water Management

SEMINAR SERIES

CIBSE ANZ 2017

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You can’t manage what you don’t measure, but are we are measuring properly?

Why is something so basic done so badly?

We know that good metering is an essential component of high performing buildings (there is good reason

why Green Star makes it a key feature), but time and again building owners and managers find that they

can’t get meaningful information from their metering system.

Common complaints include inability to verify energy models, incomplete or missing data, and data that

simply does not make sense (e.g. sub meters recording higher consumption than parent meters).

In this important seminar we have a fantastic range of speakers covering all aspects of metering.

Tickets are limited, don’t miss this opportunity to hear from a fantastic range of speakers.

To avoid delay, book your ticket today.

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PERTH

Tuesday 14th March 2017

Central Park, St Georges Terrace, Perth

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MELBOURNE

Thursday 16th March 2017

1 Spring Street, Melbourne

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AUCKLAND

Tuesday 21st March 2017

BECA, 21 Pitt Street, Auckland

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SYDNEY

Thursday 23rd March 2017

Qantas Auditorium, L1, 10 Bourke Rd, Mascot, Sydney

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Register now to be at the forefront of Energy

and Water Management.

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An Essential Component of Energy

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SEMINAR SERIES

CIBSE ANZ 2017

David Palin of Mirvac will set the scene (Mirvac can boast the first commercial office building to get to 6 Stars NABERS

Energy without Green Power).

This will be followed by presentations that look at metering issues and expectation from the building owners perspective

with Chris Nunn, AMP; Russell Baillie, University of Auckland; Bruce Precious, GPT.

Hywel Davis is the Technical Director of CIBSE and he will take us through the new TM39 – a metering guide that is called

up worldwide. (Attendees will be the very first to receive a copy of the new version).

Paul Banister and Caoimhin Ardren of Energy Action will follow this with a practitioners perspective – how TM 39 relates

to NABERS, what does good metering design look like, and what are the key implementation issues?

The Green Building Council of Australia will then expand on recent changes to their tools, and how good metering fits in.

Paul Dearlove of IBMS will then talk about the pointy end of metering – installation challenges, validation, commissioning

and the trips and tricks of making it all work.

David Palin will close the event with a summary of key learnings and some final observations.

PROGRAMME

12:30pm

Registration

3:30pm

Session Two

1:00pm

Session One

»»

Introduction

»»

The Clients Perspective

»»

Worldwide Launch of TM 39

»»

The Practitioners Perspective

5-6pm

»»

Metering and Green Star (GBCA/NZGBC)

»»

Commissioning Validation, Tips and Tricks

»»

Panel Discussion

»»

Closing Remarks

Networking & Drinks

3:15pm

Afternoon Tea & Discussion Groups

GUEST SPEAKERS

City Perth Melbourne Auckland Sydney

Date 14th March 16th March 21st March 23rd March

Opening Remarks

David Palin - Mirvac

The Clients Perspective

Chris Nunn - AMP

Russell Baillie

- University of

Auckland

Bruce Precious -

GTP

Metering Guidance - TM39

Hywel Davis - CIBSE

Practitioners perspective and

NABERS implications

Paul Bannister - Energy Action

Caoimhin Ardren -

Energy Action

Metering and Green Star

Nicole Sullivan -

GBCA

Simon Ng - GBCA

Andrew Eagles -

NZGBC

Naomi Martin -

GBCA

The Pointy End - Commissioning

and Use

Closing Remarks

Paul Dearlove - IBMS

David Palin - Mirvac

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An Essential Component of Energy

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SEMINAR SERIES

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GUEST SPEAKERS

Leading technical and policy development work, Hywel is particularly focused on policy areas that influence

the performance of buildings, including Building and Energy related Regulations and Building Information

Modeling. Participating in a range of government and industry policy development groups, Hywel

He provides advice and is engaged in research projects on technical and policy issues, particularly energy

efficiency, BIM and other regulatory matters.

Hywel will provide an overview of the CIBSE TM39 - Building Energy metering, relevant worldwide that is

being launched early 2017.

Dr. Hywel Davies

Dave is Sustainability Manager for Mirvac’s Office & Industrial and Retail business units. He leads an inhouse

team of sustainability professionals responsible for the delivery of Mirvac’s This Changes Everything

Sustainability strategy across the Investment portfolios.

Dave is a Chartered Engineer with a background in Electronics and Systems Engineering

David Palin

Chris is currently the Head of Sustainability at AMP Capital Real Estate. AMP Capital has a Real Estate

portfolio valued at approximately $20 billion, mainly in Australia and NZ, consisting of shopping centres,

offices and industrial assets.

Chris worked for 5 years as an Environmental Lawyer for Minter Ellison, followed by the Environmental

Defender’s Office in Sydney, then received a Chevening Scholarship to study a Masters of Sustainability

at the London School of Economics. Chris then spent 5 years working in London as Associate Director of

Sustainability for Atkins. In 2011, Chris moved back to Sydney as Sustainability Leader at Norman Disney &

Young, then worked as Sustainability Director for JLL, joining AMP Capital in September 2015.

Chris Nunn

Russell has worked in advancing buildings and their operation over the last 25 years through roles in

building services consulting, contracting, energy management, facilities management and sustainability.

Fifteen years of this was in a variety of roles in a number of different countries across Australasia, Asia

and Europe.

His more recent roles include Energy Services Engineer at EECA, Energy Manager at Auckland City Council,

Director Building Services & Environment at AUT and now Energy Manager at the University of Auckland.

Russell Baillie

Bruce is National Manager – Sustainability and Property Services with GPT Group. He is past chair of the

Property Council of Australia Sustainability Roundtable, founding chair and now member of the Leadership

Panel for the City of Sydney Better Building Partnership, a collaboration that aims amongst other things

to see greenhouse emissions from the City of Sydney reduced by 70% by 2030. Bruce is a Mechanical

Engineer that likes to see things work the way they should, effectively and efficiently.

Bruce Precious

Paul Bannister is a leading national and international expert on energy efficiency, the original author of

NABERS and Director of Innovation and Sustainability at Energy Action. He is also the author of over 100

papers and articles on energy efficiency and energy sector related topics.

Dr. Paul Bannister

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Caoimhin is the Director of the Projects & Advisory Services (PAS) division at Energy Action.

The PAS division provides a full range of energy efficiency consulting including auditing, NABERS ratings,

project and commissioning management as well as M&V services. Caoimhin’s prime area of expertise

is overseeing all aspects of project & contract management, as well as overseeing all aspects of

commissioning management and verification. He has successfully completed numerous green building

developments and energy efficiency upgrade projects both with Energy Action and in his former roles.

Caoimhin Ardren

Nicoles is Senior Manager Technical Solutions, Green Building Council of Australia. Leading the Market

Transformation team, Nicole is responsible for Green Star certification and rating tool development.

With a combination of technical expertise and marketing experience, Nicole is able to communicate the

complexities of sustainable design and construction in accessible language that resonates with customers.

Nicole holds a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering with first class honours from UNSW and has worked in

manufacturing, engineering design and construction environmental management.

Nicole Sullivan

Simon Ng has a background in Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development.

He is currently a Technical Manager at the GBCA, focusing on the Green Star – Performance Rating Tool,

which centres on sustainable building operations.

Simon Ng

Andrew is a qualified economist with more than fourteen years’ experience in the built environment.

Working for consultancies, associations, government and built environment charities, he has a wealth of

knowledge in housing, market mechanism, advocacy and the construction supply chain.

Andrew joined the New Zealand Green Building Council in September 2016 as Chief Executive. The New

Zealand Green Building Council is the country’s leading not-for-profit for the sustainable built environment.

As well as exemplary research, the NZGBC oversees Homestar and Green Star the award winning

certifications for New Zealand homes and buildings. NABERSNZ, the tool for confirming performance of

offices in use, is also rising in popularity.

Andrew Eagles

Naomi Martin

Naomi Martin is the Senior Manager, Strategic Products and Services for the Green Building Council of

Australia.

She has over 15 years’ experience in Sustainability and building management including eight years as the

Manager of Environmental Sustainability for Sydney Opera House.

Prior to her work at the Opera House, she worked for the NSW Minerals Council, Sinclair Knight Merz, RPS

Group and EPA Victoria.

Paul is the Technical Director of IBMS and has extensive experience in Communications, Control Systems

and the Integration of Extra Low Voltage Systems (IELVS).

Since graduating with honours in electrical engineering from UWA, Paul has been heavily involved in

cutting edge technology in the Building IT industry for over 30 years. From a background in consulting

engineering, Paul moved into project design and engineering then on to roles in technical support, training

and product development. He is recognized worldwide as one of the industry’s technical leaders and as

such has presented many of his papers at conferences around the world.

Paul Dearlove

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Getting Smart About Metering

An Essential Component of Energy

and Water Management

SEMINAR SERIES

CIBSE ANZ 2017

THE SEMINAR SERIES IS SUPPORTED BY THE FOLLOWING ORGANISATIONS

PERTH

Tuesday 14th March 2017

Central Park, St Georges Terrace, Perth

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MELBOURNE

Thursday 16th March 2017

1 Spring Street, Melbourne

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

AUCKLAND

Tuesday 21st March 2017

BECA, 21 Pitt Street, Auckland

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

SYDNEY

Thursday 23rd March 2017

Qantas Auditorium, L1, 10 Bourke Rd, Mascot, Sydney

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Join the conversation with #cibsesmartmetering

www.cibse.org/CIBSE-ANZ-2017-Seminar-Series

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