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"A Guidebook for Performing Walk-through Energy Audits of Industrial Facilities"
The purpose of this guide is to introduce the user, both technical and non-technical, to common opportunities that may be found in an industrial facility to reduce the electrical energy consumption. It has not been developed as a sole reference to support the user in completing an analysis; but it has been developed to be an aide in the first and perhaps most critical step in performing an audit: touring the facility and quickly identifying energy savings opportunities. For the technical user this guide can help determine where to focus their effort for a detailed energy audit. For the non-technical user this guide will assist them in developing a list of potential energy saving opportunities to refer to qualified personnel for additional study. This guide may also be used as a checklist when conducting a phone survey with a facility to determine whether or not a detailed energy audit is necessary.
|Joseph F. Junker |
Director OSU Energy and Efficiency Center
Asst. Director OSU Industrial Assessment Center
Oregon State University
Batcheller Hall 344
Corvallis, OR 97331-2405
|Christopher B. Milan, PE, CEM |
Mechanical & Civil Engineer
Bonneville Power Administration
Energy Efficiency Department
905 N.E. 11th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97208
|The original, full walk-through checklist can be found in pdf form below. |