AEE Georgia

M&V Best Practices for Condensing Boilers

  • April 24, 2023
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Serendipity Labs


  • AEE Georgia Chapter Member
  • Rate for non-chapter members.

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Converting older non-condensing boilers to high-efficiency condensing boilers has been a popular Energy Conservation Measure (ECM) for a number of years, but the measurement and verification of this ECM has lagged behind. Option A (retrofit isolation with key parameter measurement) is typically selected for boiler replacement ECMs with the key parameter of combustion efficiency. However, current industry standard methodology relies on difficult combustion testing requirements in order to account for the latent energy that is partially recovered from flue gas by condensing boilers. This presentation will focus on current methods used to measure condensate/latent energy recovery and new calculation methods used to simplify the process. The objective of this presentation is to highlight potential challenges surrounding combustion efficiency testing for condensing boilers and to assist in developing a successful Measurement and Verification Plan to quantify energy savings for boiler replacement measures. Professionals involved in day-to-day measurement and verification activities are targeted for this presentation.


Cody David, P.E.

Senior Energy Engineer

TLC Engineering Solutions

Cody David is Professional Engineer with more than 10 years’ experience performing energy audits, simulating building energy performance, and optimizing building energy systems. At TLC Engineering Solutions, Cody provides investment-grade energy audits and analysis for energy service companies. His work has included providing building data analyses and other support for Grants to Green, Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge, Nonprofit Energy and Water Efficiency initiative, and other building efficiency programs.

John Nott

PE, BEMP, CEM, LEED Green Associate, CMVP


TLC Engineering Solutions

John Nott is a Principal and the Energy Projects Team leader at TLC Engineering Solutions, in Atlanta Georgia. At TLC, John leads a team of seven energy engineers that provide investment grade energy analysis services to owners, architects, utilities, and energy services companies across the globe. John is a certified energy manager (CEM) and measurement and verification professional (CMVP) along with holding certifications for energy modeling, sustainable systems, and a professional engineering license.

2013 AEE Georgia Chapter
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