Process Management Principles for Increasing the Energy Efficiency

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Unformatted text preview: ities. In addition the three methods are different in cost and longevity, with the DMA1C and feedback at low cost and immediate impact (but potentially fading effectiveness), and right-sizing at higher cost, but producing longer term and potentially more durable savings. Thesis Supervisor: Dr. Daniel E. Whitney Title: Senior Lecturer, Engineering Systems Division and Mechanical Engineering Thesis Supervisor: Sarah Slaughter Title: Associate Director for Buildings and Infrastructure, MIT Energy Initiative Acknowledgments I thank all those who helped me conduct research at Raytheon, especially Steve Fugarazzo, the Project Supervisor, and Charlie Mullins, the Project Champion. Also, thank you to those in Facilities including Jim Boyle., Kevin Sheehan, Michelle LaLumiere, Paul Savoia, Jack Maguire, Jeff Canney and Russ Hughes. Also, John Day and the whole VBS office. Bob McGrath and the CCA team including Vicki Capuzzo, Walter Budzyna, Dennis Fitzgerald. Also, Dave Chamberlain and the Enterprise Energy...
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This document was uploaded on 03/03/2014 for the course ADMIN 1 at Universidad Nacional de Colombia.

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