Organizations across the world are gaining control of their energy spending by measuring and managing their utilities. In doing so, they may be using standards . BS ISO BSI Standards Publication Energy management systems — Measuring energy performance using energy baselines (EnB). (PER) et d’indicateurs de performance énergétique (IPÉ) — Principes généraux et lignes directrices. STANDARD. ISO. First edition.
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Energy Management System Standards Changes in energy performance shall be measured against the energy baseline s. Adjustments to the baseline s shall be made in the case of one or more of the following: EnPIs no longer reflect organizational energy use and consumption, or there have been major changes to the process, operational patterns, or energy systems, or according to a predetermined method.
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The energy baseline s shall be maintained and recorded. The methodology for determining and updating the EnPIs shall be recorded and regularly reviewed.
EnPIs shall be reviewed and compared to the energy baseline as appropriate. ISO expands both sections to around half a page, and gives examples of types of indicators: Specification with guidance for the validation and verification of greenhouse gas assertions also ISO in preparation — Determination of energy savings in organizations EN — Energy Efficiency Benchmarking. My presentations Profile Feedback Log out.
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