Guide to Energy Management
Fairmont Press, 1997 - Energy conservation - 515 pages
Just published in it's fully updated second edition, here is a manager's guide to the most important & fruitful areas of energy cost cutting, written by three of the most respected energy professionals in the industry. The fundamental objectives of energy management are insightfully examined, & the most effective techniques & tools for achieving results are presented & illustrated. For the second edition, the chapter on economic analysis & life cycle costing has been completely rewritten to take into account recent trends toward increased use of shared savings, guaranteed savings & performance contracting. Subjects covered include energy auditing, rate structures, economic evaluation techniques, lighting efficiency improvement, HVAC optimization, combustion & use of industrial wastes, steam generation & distribution systems performance, control systems, computers & new electronic tools, process energy management, maintenance considerations, insulation, renewable energy sources, & industrial water management.
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Introduction to Energy Management
Understanding Energy Bills
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