EMIS ReportDesign-Prelim 2020sep11 - Page 3



Contents
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Executive Summary
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Section 1: Introduction & Background
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Section 2: Methodology
2.1 Participant Caracterization
2.2 Cost

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2.3 Cost-Effectiveness
Section 3: Findings
3.1 Participant Characterization
3.2 Cost and Benefit Findings

3.2.1 Benefits Motivating EMIS Implementation

3.2.2 Top Measures Implemented

3.2.3 Energy Savings

3.2.4 Costs

3.2.5 Cost-Effectiveness
3.3 Enablers and Barriers to EMIS Implementation
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Section 4: Discussion
4.1 Energy Savings and Other Benefits
4.2 Costs

4.3 Cost-effectiveness

4.4 EMIS Products and Selection

4.5 MBCx Process and Service Providers

4.6. Industry Needs
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Section 5: Conclusions
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Section 6: Future Research and Next Steps
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References
Berkeley Lab | Proving the Business Case for Building Analytics
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