Event – Introduction to Energy Management, 1 Day Training Course
Posted in Events by Ferne Edwards on July 18th, 2007
Introduction to Energy Management equips participants with a broad understanding of energy use, assessment and auditing techniques. The course provides coverage of key fundamental issues, energy use patterns, equipment types and retrofit technologies. Follow up support is provided to participants and site visits can be arranged on request. The training course is made with reference to Aus Standards level 1 â€“ 3, and EPA SEPP.
Units, conversions, fuel GHG content
Energy Use in residential, commercial and industrial context
Energy facts; sector / fuel use
Energy Audit Process
Energy audit framework, Australian Standards, audit approach, calculations, spreadsheet tools
Key Energy Use Areas
Key equipment / appliance use, effective management and retrofit alternatives including lighting, refrigeration, heating & cooling, industrial equipment
Putting it all Together
Case Study examples, reporting and recommendations, program development
Tools & Resources
Introduction to tools and resources provided and further sources available
Tuesday 7th August 2007
Tuesday 20th November 2007
$660.00 incl GST
* Fee includes manual, software and reference tools
The Moreland Energy Foundation Ltd. (MEFL) is an independent not-for-profit organisation established by the Moreland City Council to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. MEFL provides a range of services to facilitate community adoption of energy efficiency and sustainable energy.
Additional training programs are available in household and business energy efficiency and intermediate and advanced energy auditing. MEFL is able to provide further advice on program design and development for local government staff, businesses and other organisations.
To Apply Contact:
Ph 9381 1722