Jessica Granderson

Mechanical Staff Scientist/Engineer

Commercial Building Systems Group

Whole Building Systems Department

FLEXLAB

Deputy for Research, Building Technology & Urban Systems Division

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
90R3147
1 Cyclotron Road, Berkeley, CA 94720 USA
Office Location: 090-3108
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Jessica Granderson

Awards

February 2020

Retro-commissioning Sensor Suitcase Commercialization Team: Samuel Fernandes, Jessica Granderson, Guanjing Lin, Robin Mitchell

November 2015

Publications

2020

2019

Harris, Nora, Tripp Shealy, Kristen Parrish, and Jessica Granderson. "Cognitive barriers during monitoring-based commissioning of buildings." Sustainable Cities and Society 46 (2019) 101389.
Crowe, Eliot, Jessica Granderson, and Samuel Fernandes. "From Theory to Practice: Lessons Learned from an Advanced M&V Commercial Pilot." International Energy Program Evaluation Conference. 2019.

2018

Blum, David, Guanjing Lin, Michael Spears, Janie Page, and Jessica Granderson. "When Data Analytics Meet Site Operation: Benefits and Challenges." 2018 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings. 2018.
Singh, Reshma, Paul A Mathew, Jessica Granderson, Yash Shukla, and Amiya Ranjan Behera. "Packaged Scalable Energy Information Systems for Hotels." Ed. Pitt, Michael. Journal of Facilities Management 16.2 (2018) 119 - 141.
Fernandes, Samuel, Jessica Granderson, Rupam Singla, and Samir Touzani. "Corporate Delivery of a Global Smart Buildings Program." Energy Engineering (2018). LBNL-2001096.

2017

Granderson, Jessica, Rupam Singla, Ebony Mayhorn, Paul Ehrlich, Draguna Vrabie, and Stephen Frank. Characterization and Survey of Automated Fault Detection and Diagnostics Tools. Berkeley, CA: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2017. LBNL-2001075.
Fernandes, Samuel, and Jessica Granderson. "The State of Advanced Measurement and Verification Technology and Industry Application." The Electricity Journal 30.8 (2017) 8-16. LBNL-2001068.
Singla, Rupam, and Jessica Granderson. Using EMIS to Identify Top Opportunities for Commercial Building Efficiency. Berkeley: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2017. LBNL-1007250.

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