This is a comprehensive list of all the assessment questions a user may encounter when completing an assessment within the Energy Management Assessment (EMA) Tool. The EMA Tool provides a strategic and confidential analysis of an organization’s current energy management business practices. The assessment consists of a series of binary questions related to 12 different components of energy management. Within each component, questions are organized in levels. Answering “Needs Improvement” sets the level of development for that component and moves the user on to questions in the next component. This full question set may be a helpful reference or offline backup for Facilitators working with customers to complete assessments within the EMA Tool.
The Energy Management Assessment (EMA) Tool provides a strategic and confidential analysis of an organization’s current energy management business practices. Working with your customers, you can help them discover how well they are managing energy, and they will receive a prioritized implementation plan to help develop or improve SEM practices within their organizations.
Northwest utilities and energy efficiency organizations are taking a collaborative approach to Strategic Energy Management. The NW SEM Collaborative was formed in 2011 based on the premise that the region can achieve more working together than can any single utility or organization working alone. The NW SEM Collaborative aims to help energy efficiency program administrators accelerate the adoption of SEM in the industrial and commercial sectors.
BPA and Northwest public utilities are helping industrial facilities save energy and increase profitability. BPA's Energy Smart Industrial program works with industrial facilities of all sizes and budgets through their local public utility to deliver cost-effective energy savings. This video highlights the energy efficiency efforts and strategic energy management activities of Fitesa, a global, non-woven manufacturing plant in Washougal, WA.
Online-sem.com helps you implement Strategic Energy Management (SEM) at your facility and within your organization. On the website you can access online training modules, find tools and resources, and track your progress through the training.
This course takes a common-sense approach to options for calculating the costs, savings and the payback timeframe of energy projects. It walks users through an example of calculating investment payback using the Simple Lifecycle Cost method (SLCC).
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