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Monitoring addresses the process control in order to monitor targets and, if necessary, to modify them. The company receives the monitoring tool for this purpose, in which it continuously documents the implemented measures, if necessary with the support of the consultant engineer. The consultant engineer checks the entire monitoring tool once a year. LEEN Energy Efficiency Monitoring conforms with DIN EN ISO 50001.
How you benefit
Top-down monitoring is based on the time-related alteration of energy consumption parameters between the base year and the year of analysis. The annual energy index (e.g. in MWh per tonne) is the quotient of the total energy consumption and the production. It is an important indicator for the significance of energy costs in the company. However, this highly aggregated figure often needs careful interpretation with regard to energy efficiency as it includes all energy-related changes irrespective of their cause.
Bottom-up monitoring lists all measures that are effective in a company in the year of analysis. The total of the effective measures then equals the savings in the respective year. The increase in energy efficiency and the
The extent to which the results are publicly communicated depends on the participating companies. Information on the cooperation can be provided in press conferences, through lectures and also via the internet; this creates positive synergies and thus a good image.
The fixed network period is closed with the last monitoring report for the network, which shows whether or not the set target has been achieved. The companies then decide if and how they wish to continue the network. As energy efficiency is a permanent task, there are some networks in Germany that have already been running successfully for many years.