The ever increasing demand and limited availability of fossil fuels has compelled the world to seriously take the issue of efficient use of energy. Any measure taken to enhance energy efficiency is useful in several ways. Firstly, reduced use of fossil fuels is essential in lowering the emission of greenhouse gases, which contribute to global warming. Secondly, efficient use of energy reduces consumption and helps in saving money thereby yielding potential economic benefit. Energy management is the key to saving energy in any sector. It is high time we look at energy management in terms of monitoring, controlling, and conserving energy in a building or organization.
The module 'Energy Conservation and Management' is the fourth module in this programme. It describes the general aspect of energy management, energy audit and energy efficiency in thermal and electrical utilities. It also describes energy performance assessment for equipment and utilities.
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A google search should turn up an easy answer to that question. Energy conservation refers to the saving of energy whether the energy comes from oil, coal or gas - those energy sources are our three primary sources of energy at present. They are not infinite in their supply and the idea that centers around the need to use energy wisely - to conserve it - is a fairly new one. To conserve energy you need to manage its use - conservation and management go hand in hand.
Hello friend, Energy conservation and management refers to reducing energy through using less of an energy service. Energy conservation differs from efficient energy use, which refers to using less energy for a constant service. For example, driving less is an example of energy conservation. Driving the same amount with a higher mileage vehicle is an example of energy efficiency. Energy conservation and efficiency are both energy reduction techniques.