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Introduction to energy audit part 3
Introduction to energy audit part 3
Introduction to energy audit part 3
Introduction to energy audit part 3
Introduction to energy audit part 3
Introduction to energy audit part 3
Introduction to energy audit part 3
Introduction to energy audit part 3
Introduction to energy audit part 3
Introduction to energy audit part 3
Introduction to energy audit part 3
Introduction to energy audit part 3
Introduction to energy audit part 3
Introduction to energy audit part 3
Introduction to energy audit part 3
Introduction to energy audit part 3
Introduction to energy audit part 3
Introduction to energy audit part 3
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Introduction to energy audit part 3

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This is a compilation of the overall process in conducting energy audit based on my personal experiences, training that I attended in Malaysia, India and Japan and information sharing between fellow …

This is a compilation of the overall process in conducting energy audit based on my personal experiences, training that I attended in Malaysia, India and Japan and information sharing between fellow EE practitioners.Not to forget references from books and internet.
I believe this would benefit to those who wants to understand what is energy audit all about for beginners to become energy auditor and to facilities owners to assess the need to conduct energy audit and energy audit proposals submitted by consultants

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  • 1. ByZAINI ABDUL WAHABENERGY AUDIT :APPROACH & METHODOLOGY (PART 3)1ENERGY EFFICIENCY INFORMATIONSHARING SERIES
  • 2. PART 3:Energy Audit Report &Presentation2
  • 3. Prepare Energy Audit Report After successfully carried out energy auditenergy manager/energy auditor should report tothe top management for effectivecommunication and implementation The report format should be tailored to make itmore attractive to the management3
  • 4. Energy Audit Report …(1)ExecutiveSummaryObjectives, scope, type or audit andsummary of energy saving recommendationsManagementOf EnergyPolicy and targetsEnergy data, documentation andmonitoringCompliance towards the regulationsEnergy management teamEnergy audit teamPlant/BuildingProduction/servicesDescriptionBrief description for production process-manufacturing/services-buildingsProcess flow diagram and majorcomponents of operation4
  • 5. Energy Audit Report…(2)EnergySupplyInformationTotal electricity supplied and trendsSources and types of energy supplyCosts of energy supply (price, tariff).UtilitysystemdescriptionBrief description of each utilitysystem and major equipmentCurrent energy performance/energyefficiency status (energy intensity) forplant, processes and major energy usingequipment 5
  • 6. 6Energy Audit Report…(3)EnergyConsumptionInformationLoad profile data and chartsEstimated annual energy consumption inenergy unit (electricity/fuel) and thepercentage (%) of load distribution such HVAC,production machinery, lighting and etc;Operating hours of the installation and majorenergy using system/equipmentEnergy SupplyAndConsumptionAnalysisConclusions from supply and consumptionprofiles and trends from energy bills andmeasurementsSuitability of energy supply types andtariff/pricesCurrent energy performance status (energyintensity) for plant, processes and major energyusing equipment
  • 7. Energy Audit Report…(4)Energy SavingMeasuresSummary of energy saving potentials and measuresidentified:•No cost/low cost : housekeeping, minor repairs•High cost/major investment required: majorrepair/replacement / introduction of new technologiesPotential of energy savings in energy unit andcurrency;Energy saving measurements and calculationsmethods;Potential returns from the costs to implementenergy saving measures ( Simple Payback Period/IRR)Financing options/Government Incentives availableProposed action plan and estimated time requiredto implement each measureEnergy SavingMeasurement &Verification Baselines to be used to measure resultsMeasurements & verification methods7
  • 8. What is the next steps?• To convince the decision makers andkey players in the organization• Mostly decision makers are with no orlittle technical background andgenerally more concern on corebusinesses and financial returns!8
  • 9. ACTIVITY#29
  • 10. Please list the possible selling points toimplement ESMs to the management• ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...10
  • 11. Present findings to the topmanagement for approval toimplement….11
  • 12. Present Findings To convince the top management to implementenergy saving measures – require investments To present key data that the management teammembers are keen to see for making decisions12
  • 13. Tips to convince the top management1. Convince other key players -supports from other keydepartments/division(finance, production & etc)2. Prepare effective presentation materials or write ups Strong business case in key points Specifically structured and prepared All possible key points to attract their attention must be carefully studied andidentified To be tailored in the proposal- all possible doubts, concerns or points to arguehave been addressed3. The presentation The presenter must be able to present it confidently and convincingly To highlight key points• economic benefits• contribution to profitability• improvement of energy performance• faster and high returns for investments• high success factors• technical feasibility -proven technologies and case studies 13
  • 14. Example of Successful ESMs Implementation:Private Commercial Shopping Complex …(1)Areas of Implementation: Transformers Cooling System – Chillers, Cooling Towers, AHUs, CHW & CDW Pumps Lighting System – Internal, External & Parking Demand ControlsTotal Actual Saving Achieved= RM 1,495,000/year14
  • 15. Example of Successful ESMs Implementation:Private Industrial Warehouse …(2)Application Areas:- Fluorescent Lamps- High bay Lighting - HIDTotal Annual Actual Saving Achieved= 42.2%= 3,283,200 kWh,= RM 920,000 15
  • 16. Example of Successful ESMs Implementation : Pilot Project forPublic Lighting -Comparison Before & After Implementation(Before) Conventional HID 250W (After) LED 150W16
  • 17. 17Make the findings from energyaudit useful!
  • 18. zainiabdulwahab@yahoo.com019 2152700www.goingee.blogspot.com.mywww.facebook/zaini.abdulwahab1 18THANK YOU!

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