A Practical Guide to Energy Management for Managers by Energywise Consortium

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42 Energy Management • Why does the load start to drop significantly around 4 pm? 45 pm so perhaps some of the shut down procedures need an hour to safely close down the machinery. All of these are valid questions that need asking, and there may well be valid answers. However, the discussion instigated by inspection of the half-hour data should lead to some energy savings or some improvements to operating practices and efficiencies. The value of such data is that individual days can be monitored, especially if special machines or processes are being run that may cause spikes in usage, and/or come close to the site’s maximum capacity.

Efficient energy use, sometimes simply called energy efficiency, is the goal of efforts to reduce the amount of energy required to provide products and services. 4 shows percentage of energy used in most common industrial applications. So it’s possible to reduce energy consumption in more than one kind of appliance. 55 A Practical Guide to Energy Management for Managers Improvements in energy efficiency are most often achieved by adopting a more efficient technology or production process. In economic terms these type of energy efficiency actions may be seen as a substitution of energy with capital.

Additionally, the Energy Manager must have full support from senior management. In larger companies a good policy is to appoint ‘energy champions’ within each shift or department to further the energy reduction programme. Energy champions will ideally be those who already have a commitment to the environmental policy and will continually pursue new initiatives to reduce energy. Hence, an energy policy emanating from top management, an energy manager, and maybe some energy champions in the larger organisations all help to show a top level commitment.

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