Within the framework of the Energy Conservation Act, 2001 there is a provision to introduce energy managers as well as energy auditors.
These powers and functions of the Bureau are expressed in Chapter IV, Section 13(o) (p) (q) (r) and (s) of the Act.
(o) maintain a list of accredited energy auditors as may be specified by regulations;
(p) specify, by regulations, qualifications for the accredited energy auditors;
(q) specify, by regulations, the manner and intervals of time in which the energy audit shall be conducted;
(r) specify, by regulations, certification procedures for energy managers to be designated or appointed by designated consumers;
(s) prepare educational curriculum on efficient use of energy and its conservation for educational institutions, boards, universities or autonomous bodies and coordinate with them for inclusion of such curriculum in their syllabus;
In order to support implementation of these sections of the Act we are developing a pilot scheme to test advanced and cost effective ways to provide information and training to energy managers as well as auditors. Furthermore, this page will provide a match making mechanism and links to participating technology providers.
Our objective is to center all information about local and international technology, energy efficiency issues, technical references around lecture notes for auditors and managers.
This site will grow depending on response from those who are involved in implementation of the Act, benefit from it, or may offer advise, technology or information to support this cause. In case you feel you qualify as a provider for lecture notes click the lecture note link below. Whoever prefers to have this technology or consultancy services posted click the technology button to inform us. We will provide space based on an evaluation to what extent products and services will assist in the implementation of the Energy Conservation Act.
Responsibilities of Energy Managers
1.Prepare an annual activity plan and present to management concerning financially attractive investments to reduce energy costs.
2.Establish an energy conservation cell within the firm with management’s consent about the mandate and task of the cell.
3.Initiate activities to improve monitoring and process control to reduce energy costs.
4.Analyze equipment performance with respect to energy efficiency.
5.Ensure proper functioning and calibration of instrumentation required to assess level of energconsumption directly or indirectly.
6.Prepare information material and conduct internal workshops about the topic for other staff.
7.Improve disaggregating of energy consumption data down to shop level or profit center of a firm.
8.Establish a methodology how to accurately calculate the specific energy consumption of various products/services or activity of the firm.
9.Develop and manage training programme for energy efficiency at operating levels.
10.Co-ordinate nomination of management personnel to external programs.
11.Create knowledge bank on sectoral, national and international development on energy efficiency technology and management system and information denomination.
12.Develop integrated system of energy efficiency and environmental upgradation, Wide internal & external networking.
13.Co-ordinate implementation of energy audit/efficiency improvement projects through external agencies.
14.Establish and/or participate in information exchange with other energy managers of the same sector through association.
1.Energy Efficiency in Electrical Utilities
2.General Aspects of Energy Management & Energy Audit
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3.Energy Efficiency in Thermal Utilities
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4.Energy Performance Assistance for Equioment And Utility Systems
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|4.Material & Energy Balance||5.Energy Action Planning||6.Financial Managment|
|7.Project Managment||8.Energy Monitering & Targetting|