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Finally measurement, without which no control can be achieved, will be addressed and again real examples will be used to show how to get the best results from the different techniques such as half-hour data and automated monitoring and control. 1 Introduction Essentially this subject focuses upon quantifying, monitoring and controlling the amount of energy used for heating any controlled set of buildings, offices, or factory complex. The cost of this energy is readily obtained but how do we determine if the heating system is under control, or whether we are using more energy than is necessary for the task.
7. This questionnaire could be used to obtain an initial picture of the company’s awareness and then repeated at regular intervals to measure change. This will help a company to learn about its organisation’s knowledge and commitment to reducing energy consumption. ENERGY AWARENESS SCORE By allocating scores to the responses for the questions below, you will obtain an ‘energy awareness score’. This provides a measure of how you are performing in managing energy usage. The maximum score available is 16.
2), and reference to your production volumes. This analysis will then enable you to develop patterns of usage. 3. Use the patterns of usage to predict future use and to generate targets to aim for. 3). The targets should be set at a level that is challenging yet achievable. 4. Share the information with all the workforce, and report progress periodically. This is important to ensure continued control of energy consumption and ongoing suggestions for further improvements. References 1. Bizee Degree Days.