energy cost management Articles

  • DNV GL: A Cleaner, More Electrified World Is Within Reach by 2050

    Earlier this month (9/5), DNV GL published its first Energy Transition Outlook (ETO): Renewables, Power and Energy Use. The industry implication report is part of DNV GL’s new suite of Energy Transition Outlook publications. The report reviews global energy demand and energy supply and summarizes the implications for the power and ...


    By DNV GL

  • Energy 101 - Managing your energy costs in a rising utility rate climate

    This is the second in a series of informational articles to commercial and industrial owners and occupants intended to present methods to reduce energy usage and improve efficiencies of existing energy loads within buildings and manufacturing processes. We at Mid-Atlantic are dedicated to assisting our clients to address impending utility rate cap terminations that are projected to significantly ...

  • Total cost management of interdependent projects

    This paper develops a methodology based on Portfolio Analysis to select a configuration of interdependent projects. Several methodologies were developed to help selection of investment projects. These methodologies do not consider inter-project dependency. The decision to minimise some kind of costs in a project may have as consequence a very large cost for the whole system. This is particularly ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Case study - Bank energy costs

    There are many pleasures of living and working in the Cayman Islands. However, paying utility bills for your business on Cayman isn’t one of them. The island territory has particularly high energy costs because Cayman has few domestic energy resources. Most electricity on Cayman is produced from imported diesel fuel, which is very expensive. As a result, businesses on Grand Cayman pay ...


    By Powerhouse Dynamics

  • The energy cost of water independence: the case of Singapore

    Finding alternative resources to secure or increase water availability is a key issue in most urban areas. This makes the research of alternative and local water resources of increasing importance. In the context of political tension with its main water provider (Malaysia), Singapore has been implementing a comprehensive water policy for some decades, which relies on water demand management and ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Energy Management Contract

    1. Introduction Energy management contract (EMC) is a new market-oriented energy saving mechanism. It is not to market a product or a technology, but a financial management method to reduce the energy costs. EMC companies provide the customers with a complete set of energy saving services, including energy auditing, project design & financing, engineering construction, ...

  • Why enterprise energy management?

    I pose the above question to start a discussion on the why’s and how’s of an enterprise energy management strategy. With the recent unrest in the Middle East and northern Africa combined with the increasing energy demand from China and India, the price of oil is expected to continue to rise for the foreseeable future. In fact, trends in energy pricing indicate utility companies are ...


    By RTS Consulting Inc.

  • The Future Cost of Wind Power

    Chapter 1 The economics of wind power Wind power is capital intensive with most of the investment required upfront. The largest capital cost component is the turbine itself which can account for between 40% and 80% of the total capital cost of an onshore wind installation. Costs offshore are higher because of the more expensive operating environment and the greater difficulty establishing ...


  • CCS - generation cost implications

    With government FEED contracts awarded for two new schemes, end-to-end CCS projects could finally become a reality in the UK. In an environment where energy prices are constantly scrutinised, how much will this CCS-produced electricity cost? Marc Height listened to the experts. Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is currently enjoying a new surge of interest following a period of relative ...


    By Energy Institute (EI)

  • Data centre managers fail on energy management

    Research shows data centre managers are still not making energy efficiency a priority, reports Envido. New Gartner research has found that many data centre managers have yet to turn on the energy measurement and monitoring tools they need to kick start energy consumption reduction initiatives and begin considering energy management a priority. Gartner said that energy management both in terms of ...


    By Vital Efficienci Ltd.

  • Venturi orifice steam traps reduce energy costs and CO2 emissions

    Steam traps and steam systems can represent a large proportion of a manufacturing plant’s total operating costs. As business managers look for additional ways to cut costs and make operations leaner, many focus on increasing energy efficiency and incorporating cleaner energy options. This approach not only underlines a company’s corporate responsibility in decreasing CO2 emissions but ...

  • Offshore wind costs and development risk

    How procurement strategies, manufacturing costs and new technology stack up against development risk in Offshore Wind Projects. Offshore wind is changing, and it is changing for the better. In 2006, offshore wind deployment costs started rising significantly, from £1.5m/ MW, in 2016 prices, to over £4m/MW in 2012, without a clear indication as to what the price ceiling would ...


    By SgurrEnergy Ltd.

  • Molson Coors Saves Energy and Cuts Costs with the Dollar$ense Project and eSight Energy

    With ~18,000 employees, 31 breweries world-wide, and with products in more than 50 countries, Molson Coors is one of the top producing manufactured brewing organizations in the world. It has a continuous drive to reduce energy costs and carbon emission with company-wide energy stewardship. Molson Coors has achieved significant reductions in energy usage, energy costs, and CO2 emissions since ...


    By eSight Energy

  • Controlling Energy Costs - How an energy assessment can help you get started

    The U.S. Department of Energy’s Building Technologies Program states that “commercial buildings share a large and growing appetite for energy. They account for 18 percent of total U.S. energy consumption. In a typical office building, energy use accounts for 30 percent of operating costs, the largest single category of controllable costs.” Let’s look at some typical concerns describing the ...


    By The EI Group, Inc.

  • ISA develops a complete solution for energy management in hospitals

    ISA has installed an energy management system in the University of Coimbra Hospital (HUC), which gives this health unit capacity to monitor and control its electricity consumption. With this system the hospital can access detailed information about the quality of the power supply which is a crucial aspect for technical management of any health unit of this size and characteristics. ISA- ...

  • Case study - Managing complex energy systems

    Introduction: Campus on a Renewable Mission The Chewonki Foundation owns and runs a school campus in Wiscasset, Maine that supports a high school program, a boys and girls summer camp, and an organic farm. Chewonki is an alternative school with a focus on environmental education and natural history. ch-classroom.jpgAs such, one of the Foundation’s goals is to teach its students ...


    By Powerhouse Dynamics

  • Improving energy efficiency with an intelligent remote energy management system

    With the growing demand for energy efficiency solutions to contend rising energy costs, many technologies have become available in the market today. However, without intelligent and continuous energy data measurements, which can be analysed for strategic energy planning, carbon emissions, energy efficiency, reliability and electric costs, the maximising of overall savings is much more difficult ...


    By PowerSines Ltd.

  • Nuclear energy: societal and knowledge management aspects

    Multidisciplinary complexity and special characteristics of nuclear energy management lead to varied public perception of associated risks. Arguments on how nuclear power plants might contribute to sustainability or threaten it are discussed. Energy produced from nuclear power reactors may contribute to the economic development of the country they are built in by providing electricity with lower ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • eSight Energy Earns Accreditation for Quality Management Systems

    Recently eSight Energy, a global energy management software company, has become ISO-9001 certified. This standard, set forth by ...


    By eSight Energy

  • The future of energy management through the eyes of Siemens

    "In a 'software world' or a world where the power grid has started to become a large part of the 'internet of things', one cannot succed without leveraging partners." Exclusive Interview with Dr Jan Mrosik, CEO, Smart Grid Division at Siemens, Germany. We are proud to welcome Siemens as exclusive Diamond Sponsor for European Utility Week ...


    By Synergy Events

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