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Energy Conservation in Japan
November 2006
Jiro Konishi
Enetech Yokohama (LLC)
  1. Audit on Energy Conservation of Factory
  2. Energy Conservation Technology
    (combustion control and heat insulation)
  3. Guidelines by The Law
  4. Examples from Audit Report
  5. Energy Conservation Check Items
  6. ESCO

Audit on Energy Conservation of Factory
(medium-sized factory)
  1. Framework of the system
  2. Scheme and procedure
  3. Check item of factory audit–1
  4. Check item of factory audit–2
  5. Check item of factory audit–3
  6. Check item of factory audit–4
  7. Industry type of the audited factory
  8. Proposal by the audit report–1
  9. Proposal by the audit report–2
  10. Proposed energy conservation rate
  11. Energy conservation rate by industrial type
  12. Number of audits

Framework of the system
  1. Objects: factories of the scales falling under type 2 designated energy management factory
    –Fuel = 1,500 to 3,000kL/y, electric power = 6 to 12 million kWh/y
  2. Audit to be done in response to application by the auditee factory
  3. Submission of the preliminary survey sheet on energy audit from the applicant
  4. One-day onsite survey by two specialists, one in thermal energy and the other in electric power
  5. Analysis of data and sending of the report
  6. Energy audit done free of charge (administrationfs budget)
  7. Nationwide endeavor (at ECCJ's 9 branches)
  8. Items to be entered are standardized and statistical analysis is facilitated.
  9. The auditee factory has no obligation to implement the proposals.
  10. Questionnaire surveys one year after audit indicate that about 30 percent of the proposals are implemented.
  11. Specialists are selected from those who have been registered in ECCJ.
  12. The institution and procedure of energy conservation audit for buildings are the same as those of the factory energy conservation audit.

Scheme and procedure

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