Industrial Energy Management
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Industrial Energy Management

Part-01
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Created by Akila Fernando
Last updated 10/2019
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This course includes
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 6 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Assignments
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Overview of the global energy profile
  • The GHG abatement cost curve and its applicability
  • Distinguish between Demand Side Management (DSM) and Demand Response (DR)
  • Study different industrial applications and propose demand responses
  • The difference between financial and economic analysis.
  • Basic financial indicators and their impacts
  • Calculate the lifecycle cost of an energy converting equipment/ system
  • Conduct profitability analyses for energy related projects
  • Evaluate the feasibility of energy related projects based on financial analyses
  • Fundamentals of energy accounting
  • Importance of energy monitoring and reporting in industrial environments
  • Identify independent and dependent parameters for a specific industry that are essential for effective energy accounting system
  • Define (Key Performance Indicators) KPIs for Energy Consumption
Requirements
  • Engineering Background is an added advantage
Description

Industrial Energy Management - Part 01 is targeted at students seeking to develop the requisite knowledge and skills for diagnosing and analyzing the energy efficiency of equipment and services at the demand-side. One of the key objectives of this lesson is to build effective energy managers for the industry. Learners are given the theoretical and practical knowledge required for this transformation.

Who this course is for:
  • Engineers
  • Energy Managers
  • Engineering undergraduates (bachelors students)
  • Engineering graduates (Masters students)
Course content
Expand all 6 lectures 44:55
+ Importance of DSM in relation to the World Energy Profile
2 lectures 14:45

This video lecture provides an overview of the current global challenges on climate change, as well as an introduction to the global energy profile and demand side management. Key takeaway of this lesson is that climate change originated primarily due to industrialization, and hence, the industrial sector should lead the battle against climate change.

Preview 11:40

This video lecture gives a brief introduction to the GHG abatement cost curve. One of the key takeaways of this lesson is to help students understand that there is a vast potential for GHG reductions, which could be achieved by means of efficiency improvements, in both domestic and industrial sectors. Further, the lecture explains how the GHG abatement cost curve can be interpreted.

GHG Abatement Cost Curve
03:05
Importance of DSM in relation to the World Energy Profile
8 questions
+ Energy vs Production Output correlations and benchmarking
2 lectures 18:14

The video lecture provides a brief introduction to Energy Accounting. Key takeaway of this lesson is that monitoring of energy usage is important as it is the starting point of demand side optimization

Introduction to Energy Accounting
06:40

Video lecture provides an overview of how energy accounting is performed in an industrial environment.

Key objective of this presentation is to help learners understand how energy benchmarking is done using actual data in an industrial environment. Knowledge acquired here can be used to define KPIs for different industrial segments later

Energy Benchmarking
11:34
Attached file contains information about the Assignment
Energy vs Production Output correlations and benchmarking - Assignment
12 questions
Energy vs Production output correlations and Benchmarking
2 questions
+ Energy Efficiency Project Financing
2 lectures 11:56

This video lecture provides an overview of the concept- "Life-cycle Analysis". Key takeaway of this lesson is that Life-cycle costing is an essential approach when evaluating energy related projects and a "must have" skill for any professional working in the field of energy engineering

Introduction to Lifecycle Costing
04:32

Video lecture gives a brief introduction to Project Economics.

Key takeaway of this lesson is to help students understand that there are different indicators to reflect the financial viability of a project such as simple payback, project internal rate of return, net present value and return on investment

Project Economics
07:24
Energy Efficiency Project Financing
5 questions
This assignment evaluates the knowledge of the learner in life-cycle costing and project financing
Energy Efficiency Project Financing
7 questions