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Training course Energy Productivity Management

Three-day training course that enables participants to capitalize on the full potential of energy productivity improvement by providing them key information on energy management systems, background information and practical guidelines

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Manager Energy Academy

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  • Language:

    English

Although energy productivity has been on the agenda for decades, now more than ever it is crucial for climate change abatement, balanced energy policy development, and optimized business performance.

By and large, the technology for energy productivity improvement projects is available. Such projects often provide attractive financial returns, but there is a vast potential for optimization and effective implementation. This course focuses on eliminating the barriers that are preventing the full use of this potential. Through group work, real industrial case studies, and the trainers' own experience, participants gain the necessary skills and tools to optimize business performance by improving energy productivity.

Open enrollment sessions for 2014 are not scheduled yet.

For more information, please refer to the leaflet or contact Anja Loos.
You can also watch a video with a presentation of the course by clicking here.

Subjects:

Module 1
This module focuses on the concept of energy productivity and its relevance to climate change, energy policy and business performance.
Module 2
Energy date management is explored, including quality assurance and basic energy modelling.  
Module 3
Energy data analysis, project identification, feasibility assessment and implementation are addressed here.  
Module 4
Here Energy Management Systems are covered aiming at securing continuous energy productivity improvement in an organization.  

Target Audience:

Middle and top management that want to improve the energy productivity in their organization.