ENERGY MANAGEMENT

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“MANAGING ENERGY IS NOT JUST A TECHNICAL CHALLENGE, BUT ONE OF HOW TO BEST IMPLEMENT THOSE TECHNICAL CHANGES WITHIN ECONOMIC LIMITS, AND WITH A MINIMUM OF DISRUPTION” (1)

The major driving factor in the recent operational and capital cost investment decision for many organizations is being economically competitive in the global marketplace and meeting increasing environmental standards to reduce air and water pollution. To meet these objectives organizations have been using Energy Management tools to control, monitor and conserve energy.

Smart Precise Solutions, Inc. provides Energy Management in the form of identifying energy saving opportunities by conducting energy audits, installing management control systems, recommending the implementation of new energy efficient technologies in equipment and materials for business and industries.

Energy Management -Smart Precise Solutions

Energy audits that we perform (as per the ASHRAE application handbook):

  • Helps to identify and provide savings and cost analysis of low-cost or no-cost measures.
  • Provides a listing of potential capital improvements that merit further consideration, along with an initial judgment of potential costs and savings.
  • Identifies and provides the savings and cost analysis of all practical measures.
  • Provides a listing of potential capital-intensive improvements that require more thorough data collection and analysis.
  • Provides an initial judgment of potential costs and savings
  • Main tasks:
    • Collection of information on facility operations
    • Utility bill analysis
    • End user profile such as:
      • Compressed air system
      • Electric motors
      • Lighting
      • Steam system
      • Water heaters
      • HVAC equipment
      • Waste heat sources
      • Peak equipment loads
      • Cooling towers
      • Chillers
      • Among others
    • Comparison with benchmarks
  • Focus on potential optimization and capital-intensive projects identified or short-listed during Level II audits.
  • Provide detailed project cost and savings information with a high level of confidence.
  • Main tasks:
    • Introductory meeting
    • Audit interviews
    • Data collection and logging
    • Data analysis
    • Identification of energy saving measures and concept design
    • Baseline data for savings verification

OPERATIONAL FUNCTIONS WE COVER

Energy Assessment

Facility management

Energy Procurement

Maintenance

Energy efficiency

Energy strategies

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References:

  • Jayamaha, L. (2007). Energy-Efficient Building Systems Green Strategies for Operation and Maintenance. New York: McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
  • ASHRAE, Handbook of Refrigeration, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-conditioning Engineers, Inc., Atlanta, GA, 2002.s
  • ASHRAE, Handbook of HVAC Applications, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-conditioning Engineers, Inc., Atlanta, GA, 2003.
  • ASHRAE, Handbook of Fundamentals, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-conditioning Engineers, Inc., Atlanta, GA, 2005.
  • Turner, W. and Doty, S. (2007, p. 9)). Energy management handbook. 6th ed. Lilburn, GA: Fairmont Press. (1)