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Ongoing energy training will help to reinforce the message and keep the organisation aware and committed. This does not need to be time consuming and can be integrated into regular management briefings, company forums or reviews. From a financial viewpoint, energy saving proposals may need to be treated differently to other projects with respect to ‘pay-back time’ and capital investment. The longterm view that energy prices are going to continue to escalate must be factored into any proposal. 37 A Practical Guide to Energy Management for Managers Where savings can be quantified, a portion could be used to the general benefit of the workforce, such as a bonus scheme, annual barbeque, and so on.
Supply plug load – the electricity demand from all equipment which is plugged into electrical outlets in buildings (principally office equipment, consumer electronics and portable lighting). 4 Energy use in some common industrial applications Intelligent Energy – Europe (IEE) is the European Union’s programme for promoting energy efficiency and renewables. It supports financially, international projects, events, and local/regional energy agencies, which promote the most efficient use of energy and the growth of renewable energy sources.
1 Historical Data The first stage in measuring and eventually controlling energy consumption is to collect the historical data over the previous year and hopefully the previous two years. This may well include separate data for electricity and for gas, but could also include heating oil or bottled gas, so it is important to ensure that all relevant data is collected. 8 does illustrate a trend for higher consumption during the winter months and does enable comparisons to be made year-on-year. 4, there is a lot more that can be obtained just from this simple historical data.