Amity International Business School
Energy Lectures in India – Dhaval Karwa
For me this is the penultimate process of an energy management strategy because on completion of the profiling and the energy assessment it is critical to deliver and implement the measures found from the assessment and then leading into the last stage of Measure and Verification.
Considerable amount of time and money has been invested in carrying out the process of energy management and by focusing on the measures this will provide you with significant savings and return on investment.
This is never taken into consideration, but how much time has been invested into meetings, assessments and report writing, just for that report to be sat gathering dust on a shelf or stuck in someone’s bottom draw.
Ultimately once the assessments have been carried out all the measures need to be populated into an ‘Action Plan’. This action plan will have been built into categories such as No cost, medium cost, and capital expeditor.
The no cost savings will be best practice and areas which will need no technology installed or purchased. This area will be mainly behaviour process of turning lights of and the adjustment of heating and conditioning both set-points and time zone adjusting.
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