Join us on December 18th, 2014 at 11:00 AM EST.
, registered Professional Engineer (California), a Certified Energy Manager, and a Certified Energy Auditor, gives a live webcast that will examine life cycle cost analysis (LLCA) and how best to incorporate uncertainty into the method:
Sclafani writes, “The LCCA method requires that estimates be made of costs and benefits associated with investment alternatives over the life of the equipment or program. There is always some uncertainty associated with these projections such as cost escalation.”
Learn how to do life cycle cost analysis using @RISK during this educational podcast.