Process Management Principles for Increasing the Energy Efficiency

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Unformatted text preview: ly requires a fundamental change in the way capital is allocated and budgeting takes place within the organization. It may be possible that other organizations may not have the same types of barriers as those observed at Raytheon, in which case the order of implementation may he slightly different. However, regardless of the organization, it is recommended that employees are engaged as a first step[1]. Other phases, however, could likely be perfornied in parallel or serially. For example, a Level 0 organization could likely start right sizing equipment at the same time as improving employee accountability, in which case the magnitude benefits from right-sizing would likely be more substantial than what, is estimated in Table 6.1. Successful execution of the energy management program outlined in Table 6.1 is likely to achieve significant savings in process energy. Based on results from field experience and analysis, a facility starting at Level 0 can be reasonably expected to reduce process energy costs by 35% if all departments in the entire facility achieves a Level 4 designation. 6.3 High-level management challeng...
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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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