Energy Efficiency

Passive and Active Measures for achieving Good Energy Management

Design and Building Fabric – Passive Measures Regulatory factors (for example, UK Building Regulations and comparable design requirements) control modern building designs, which include backup values for the thermal performance of building elements (u-values) and the efficiency of HVAC and lighting. The building must, however, have an overall energy performance that can be achieved through […]

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Management Systems in Energy Management

To be successful in energy management, a process-driven system that facilitates change and is backed by technology that closely evaluates what, where, why, and how energy is utilised is required. Areas and possibilities for improvement will be identified via careful monitoring and analysis. The international standard ISO 50001 – Energy Management lays out a framework

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Discussing Energy Management and Its Challenges

Facilities managers and their colleagues will confront several energy management problems as energy costs continue to rise, worries about reliable energy sources linger, and legislative requirements related to emissions and climate change policies grow. The manner in which energy management is carried out, as well as the related tasks and functions, varies based on the

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