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2. Roles of Energy Manager & Energy Officer

2.1 Roles of Energy Manager (A) & Energy Officer (B)
under the Energy Conservation Law
  1. Responsible for
    • maintaining facilities for energy consumption
    • improving & supervising energy usage
    • conducting all business for energy conservation
  2. Enterpriser shall respect his/her opinions
  3. Employee shall follow his / her instruction

2.2 Example of Energy Management Organization

2.3 Energy Officer's Energy-Saving Promotion Tasks

2.4 Examples of Energy Officer's Energy-Saving Promotion Tasks
No Category Energy officer's tasks Examples of documents to be drafted
1 Energy-saving fundamental policies Gives assistance when drafting the energy-saving fundamental policy. Calculates necessary investments/costs based on the fundamental policy. Energy-saving fundamental policy and budget document
2 Energy-saving promotion framework Develops an energy-saving promotion organization plan, and decides on the energy-saving promotion organization framework after coordination with the employer and department heads. Periodically convenes meetings of the energy-saving promotion committee, and acts as the committee's secretariat. Energy-saving promotion organization chart
3 Management standards Develops the mandatory management standards as stipulated in the legally established criteria, prepares other management standards necessary for his/her company, and also designates the department responsible for the management criteria. When preparing the management criteria, the energy management officer should act as the coordinator and provide related departments with necessary information on the basic philosophy, the format, the responsible department and the deadline. Management standards draftingstandards
Management standards, etc.
4 Identifying actual energy consumption Investigates actual energy consumption, and makes out the basic units management chart. Basic units management chart, etc.
5 Energy-saving plan and target setting Designates the energy-saving tasks for the entire company and for each department once a year, and quantitatively sets out applicable targets. Energy-saving plan
6 Education and prize-giving for employees Educates employees on an entire company basis as well as on an each department basis. Works with the employer to establish a prize-giving scheme that honors a department or worker that contributes to energy conservation. Education plan table
7 Periodic internal reporting on energy-saving efforts Reports energy-saving efforts to the employer and each department on a monthly and yearly basis by using the energy basic units management chart.
8 Improvements in energy-saving efforts Develops an improvement plan (e.g., company-level energy-saving efforts and facility enhancement) after hearing opinions from related departments. Drafts a workplace-level improvement plan after hearing opinions from related departments. Energy-saving improvement plan
9 Procedures/reporting scheme in accordance with Energy Conservation Law Drafts the periodic report
.Prepares a preliminary draft of the medium-to-long term plan.
Periodic report
Medium-to-long term plan (Note 1)
Fuels, etc. (electricity) consumption report (Note 2)
10 Self-development by energy management officers Remains informed of state-of-the-art technologies and other firm's best practices.
(Note 1) Only a Type 1 Designated Energy Management Factory must prepare its medium-to-long term plan.
(Note 2) A Type 2 Designated Energy Management Factory must submit the "fuels, etc. (electricity) consumption report" if the factory's energy consumption in the preceding year is equal to or more than the eligibility criteria for a Type 1 Designated Energy Management Factory
(i.e., fuels, etc.: 3,000kL (crude oil equivalent); or electricity: 12 million kWh).

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