"Electrical Energy Management Through Lighting Retrofits"
Author: Black, Paul
Published In: Operations and Maintenance [Critical Issues in Facilities Management #8]
Energy conservation is an important way for facilities managers to hold down operating costs while providing an environmentally benign source of power. Defines electrical energy management as the process of planning and implementing a program to reduce operating costs by reducing electrical energy use and demand. Discusses instituting an energy efficiency policy; implementing conservation projects such as energy management control systems and thermal energy storage; lighting retrofits; and the lighting efficiency program at the University of California, Berkeley. Includes graphs and tables.
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