Implementing Net Zero Carbon in Practice Unit 7: Net Zero Carbon Management Building Blocks
New technology on its own will not achieve net zero outcomes. Technology must be well managed, controlled, and audited. In this unit, we will explore the top four carbon management building blocks: energy management systems, energy auditing, energy saving measures, and MM&T (Metering/Monitoring and Targeting).
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• Understand the importance of energy management systems.
• Understand the importance of ongoing energy auditing.
• Appreciate that the implementation of energy saving measures is an important strategy for the decarbonisation of buildings.
• Understand the practice of Metering, Monitoring and Targeting (MM&T).