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Energy Management. Where are we? Where are we going? and….. How do we know when we get there?. Dan Coffey Emprove Account Manager 20 April 2004. What is energy management?. Programme to manage energy use Policy Organisation Monitoring and targeting Staff awareness

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    1. Energy Management Where are we? Where are we going? and….. How do we know when we get there? Dan Coffey Emprove Account Manager 20 April 2004

    2. What is energy management? • Programme to manage energy use • Policy • Organisation • Monitoring and targeting • Staff awareness • Marketing and promotion • Investment

    3. Traditional Approach to Energy Management Costs are high, let’s do an Audit Boss says costs are high again; where’s that last audit? +5% Audit identifies easy savings opportunities The process starts again 0 -5% -10% Low cost capital work is pursued and completed. Additional savings opportunities are shelved -15% -20% -25% Costs 5 10 0 Years

    4. Senior management want to help us reduce costs Easy Savings are just the start +5% 0 As more savings opportunities are identified there are now systems to lock them in -5% -10% This new model is saving energy and boosting production! -15% Savings are sustained and increased -20% -25% Technical Development Expansion Programmed Approach to Energy Management Costs 0 5 10

    5. Energy Management Cycle Get commitment Control, monitor & report Understand Plan & organise Implement

    6. What It Requires Leadership from the top The case for action Get commitment Progress reports Monitoring systems Publicise success Identify use/costs “Health check” Performance measurement Control, monitor & report Understand Establish funds Assign roles/ Get ‘Buy in’ Communications Policy Set targets Responsibilities Objectives Plan & organise Implement

    7. Emprove Services Information Success stories Corporate recognition Get commitment Technical guides Case studies Awards Control, monitor & report Understand Diagnostics Technical guides Audit funding Benchmarks Field support Training material Referrals Plan & organise Implement Field support, Seminars Model policies & plans

    8. Energy management assessment tools • Energy Management Progress Report (EMPR) • Paper based report format • Energy Achiever • Presentation based

    9. Executive summary

    10. Energy saving initiatives This year Next year

    11. Facilities energy consumption & costs

    12. Vehicle fuel consumption

    13. Current energy management practices Energy Policy Score = ___ /8 Has an written energy policy been signed off by senior management? Is our energy policy part of an environmental or business strategy? Do we have an energy management action plan looking out 12 months or more? Have we reviewed or updated our action plan in the last 12 months? Organisation Score = ___ /8 Information Systems Score = ___ /10 Opportunities Score = ___ /6 Marketing Score = ___ /8 Investment Score = ___ /8 TOTAL SCORE (2 points for “yes” tick, 1 point for midpoint tick) Yes No

    14. Energy Achiever • Presentation based • 15 key areas • 3 levels / area • Structured Yes / No answers • Software generates • Report • Action plan • Client’s session - EECA just facilitates • Repeat every 6 - 12 months

    15. Executive summary • Electricity consumption kWh • Electricity charges $ • Other fuels kWh • Other fuel costs $ • Total energy (fuel) costs $.............

    16. Levels of Achievement

    17. Some comments • “… it identified and confirmed the areas to discuss”– Property Manager • “Gave a good disciplined and approach to a significant cost area”– Commercial Manager • “Good way of breaking down the issues and evaluating progress. Simple and fairly objective. A hard combination to get!”– Process Engineer • “Simple, allows focussed discussion then simple action oriented feedback”– Risk Manager

    18. Tertiary Education Facilities that have completed Energy Achiever • Victoria University • Massey University • University of Waikato • All rated it highly

    19. What’s next? • 1 - 5 • Presentation based • SME’s • Web based (future?)