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Enerit ISO 50001 Energy Flow Assessor Training Presentation

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Enerit ISO 50001 is the only software which covers ALL aspects of the ISO 50001 Energy Management System standard.

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Enerit ISO 50001 Energy Flow Assessor Training Presentation

  1. 1. Enerit Energy Flow AssessorTraining
  2. 2. Topics The Energy Flow Assessor helps you visualize the ISO 50001 Energy Planning Process o Setting up your Energy Flow Assessor • Adding Energy Sources • Adding Energy Uses (Note: Slides best used in presentation mode)
  3. 3. ISO 50001 – Energy Planning Process
  4. 4. EnMS – Energy Review - Example With progression the unaccounted reduces….
  5. 5. Setting up your Energy Flow Assessor 1. Identifying Energy Sources 2. Specifying Bill/Meter Identifiers 3. Choose Period Data Range
  6. 6. 1. Identifying Energy Sources Click Here
  7. 7. 1. Identifying Energy Sources Click Here
  8. 8. 1. Identifying Energy Sources Click Here Enter Details of the Energy Source
  9. 9. 1. Identifying Energy Sources New Source Appears Add all other energy sources for your organisation e.g. Natural Gas (N.B. Under ‘Thermal’)
  10. 10. 1. Identifying Energy Sources Specify the unit that your organisation measures that Energy Source in Enter the Conversion factor to convert from the “Unit of Measure” to the System Unit Specify the unit cost that your organisation measures that Energy Source in Specify the CO2 emission factor related to the Energy Source: used for Improvement Opportunities Estimated Savings
  11. 11. 2. Specifying Bill/Meter Identifiers Click Here
  12. 12. 2. Specifying Bill/Meter Identifiers Choose which Energy Source the Bill or Meter name applies to
  13. 13. 2. Specifying Bill/Meter Identifiers Now Enter a name or an Identifier e.g. ‘Bill 1 – 708208’
  14. 14. 2. Specifying Bill/Meter Identifiers Click Here
  15. 15. 3. Choose Period Data Range To change the period, please use the choice option in the top left hand corner of the Energy Flow Assessor.
  16. 16. 3. This choice specifies the 1 year data range of the energy source data displaying in the Energy Flow Assessor
  17. 17. 3. 1.Choose the Start date of the period 2. Save selection
  18. 18. Specifying Energy Flows in Energy Flow Assessor 1. Importing Energy Source data 2. Adding Energy Uses
  19. 19. 1. Importing Energy Source Data This function helps you to import historical Energy Source data o The data capture is a record on Identification of Energy Sources The data can be from Bills or meter readings Add 12 months of data or more for your different Energy Sources Data can be added manually / by bulk import
  20. 20. 1. Importing Energy Source Data Enter the Type of Energy here e.g. Electricity, Natural Gas, LPG, (Water) If you have the data in a different unit to the EnMS System unit (e.g. kWh) then, you can input in e.g. m3 and then the system will convert it to kWh (See next slide) If you have the data in the EnMS System unit (e.g. kWh) then, you can input the monthly usage If you have the total cost per month for the energy then enter it in this column. Enter the location that the data applies to (ensure that the name exactly matches the Location name in the software) Enter a sub-location naming (if applicable) (ensure that the name exactly matches the Location name in the software) Enter the Bill or meter name (ensure that the name exactly matches the Bill/Meter name in the software) Date from and Date to, that the data applies to. (Keep to start and end of month) Tip: Make sure the cells in Column D,E,F are in “General” format not “Number” or other
  21. 21. Create a file for each of your Energy Sources e.g. Electricity, Natural Gas, LPG, Petrol, etc. (Note: If importingWater data, put “Water” in the Energy Source field) When importing there are 2 options: 1. If your data is already in the EnMS System unit, then use Column E “System Units” (Note: in this case leave System Unit column blank); or 2. If you have the data in a different unit to the EnMS System unit , such as, m3 of Natural Gas, then enter it in Column D “Own Units” the Enerit software can then convert it to EnMS energy unit (e.g. kWh) during import. Before import, see slide 12 - go and configure the “View/Add Energy Sources” table to review. (Note: If importing in “Own units” leave System Unit column blank in the CSV file); 1. Importing Energy Source Data
  22. 22. The user should also add in theTotal Monthly Cost for the Energy for the monthly period (Note: It is the total cost of the energy for the month, this is not the monthly unit cost! ); Ensure that the meter / bill name has been added as a keyword for the energy source (Note: this is case sensitive) Also ensure that the name exactly matches between the .csv file and the keywords o The same applies for the location names Note:You can enter as much data as you wish at a time (e.g. X years of monthly data) 1. Importing Energy Source Data
  23. 23. 2. Adding Energy Uses Click Here
  24. 24. 2. Adding Energy Uses Click Here
  25. 25. 2. Adding Energy Uses Step by Step; Enter details of: 1. Title of Energy Use. 2. Choose applicable location from the Drop down 3. Add Estimates of the the annual Energy Consumption, of the Energy Sources you Identified (see slide 9) 4. Add Other relevant details or attachments 5. Click Submit (confirm,Yes)
  26. 26. 2. Adding Energy Uses Add information on all of Energy Uses o Note: In ISO 50001, “Energy Use” is defined as the “manner of kind of application of energy” Examples,Ventilation; lighting; heating; cooling; transportation; processes; production lines. Review the ‘Unaccounted’ amount by clicking on it in the Energy Flow Assessor and try to reduce where possible.
  27. 27. EnMS – Energy Review - Example With progression the unaccounted reduces….
  28. 28. © 2007 Enerit Ltd. © 2014 Enerit Ltd. Systematic Energy Manager Assigning IOs / Creating an Action Plan See Slide Pack

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