Energy Manager Workshop - Completed

Wed, 06/25/2014 - 00:00 to Fri, 06/27/2014 - 08:00
Venue Training Center, Xinji

The changing energy management landscape has created an opportunity to use less and save more, but it’s also made energy management a much more complex job than even a few years ago. Energy and facility managers are being pushed to reinvent themselves in an era when many believe asking for help is tantamount to losing their jobs. In reality, the job of an energy manager has changed dramatically, requiring a new skill set that includes long-term planning and investment decisions that have a greater impact on an organization’s overall health.

You’ll learn about:

  • Key trends impacting energy management and how organizations are responding
  • Hurdles to energy savings and how to overcome them
  • Energy management roadmapping advice to help you assess your organization
  • Energy management service options for improved performance 

The 3-day workshop will include the following topics:

  1. Energy Basics
  2. Energy Prices in China
  3. Energy and Emissions
  4. Laws and Regulations
  5. Meter Reading, Analysis and Reporting
  6. Facility Management and Energy Management: Definition, Purposes and Outcome
  7. ISO 50001 Energy Management Discussion: Strengths and Weaknesses
  8. Scope of Facility Management and Energy Management: Standard Operating Procedures
  9. Facility and Energy Data: Why They Matter
  10. Saving Energy and Money through FM & EM
  1. Best Practice Sharing
    1. Good Habits Saves Energy
    2. Behavioral Change and Energy Saving
    3. Lighting System Improvement
    4. Compressed Air System Efficiency Improvement
    5. Motor System Improvement
    6. HVAC System Improvement
  2. Energy Action Plan
    1. Why the Plan
    2. Contents of the Plan
    3. Major Challenges of the Plan
    4. The Plan, People and Performance


Mr. Zhou, Mr. Wang

NEWAsia Managing Director and Invited Trainer

RMB9000 per participant for 3 days, including meals, tea breaks, certificate and training handouts.