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This featured collection includes some excellent resources to help employees and organizations follow a structured approach to identifying, prioritizing and implementing energy saving projects. Project opportunities addressed include no/low-cost, operations and maintenance and capital projects.
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An Energy Treasure Hunt is a two- to three-day event that engages employees in identifying low-cost energy savings opportunities from behavioral, operational, and maintenance actions. This 31-page guidebook provides step-by-step guidance on how to organize and execute an Energy Treasure Hunt.
This course discusses the need for an energy audit, and describes the steps for performing an audit. It suggest ways to translate the results of the audit into meaningful energy projects and the importance of acting on what you learn from the audit.
Use the Energy Opportunity Register to identify & track all energy projects. Track the details of important SEM practices, prioritize energy projects and determine what actions to take, track implementation status of energy projects and SEM practices, plan for persistence of energy savings on energy projects, and provide a critical link between projects implemented and the savings indicated by your energy intensity model.
This course walks users through the process of evaluating, scoring and selecting energy projects using the Project Priorities Worksheet tool. It reviews the importance of necessary research and securing resources and approvals to ensure success.
This course examines how to improve energy efficiency through changes in operations and maintenance. It provides commercial and industrial examples and discussed the value of standard operating procedures and maintenance schedules.
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