Organized by SEEM (Society of Energy Engineers and Managers)
On 8 March, 2014; 9.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
At: INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS (I) AUDITORIUM, Swami Sivanatha Salai, Chepauk, Chennai – 600005
Mr. Ramrajeev, AMSET Energy [SEEM TN Chapter],
Chennai 044 2829 5558 ; Cell: 97102 70918
Energy Managers and Auditors, Factory Operations, Maintenance and Energy Engineers and Managers, Consultants and Applications Engineers and Managers, Policy Makers, Planners and Engineers of all Disciplines.
Fees Rs 1,000 (Rupees one thousand only) per Participant.This includes Workshop materials, Tea, Lunch & Snacks
Energy Conservation, in reality, deals with the 3 areas of
=>Using Energy Efficiently and
=>Use of Renewable Sources of Energy
Efficient use of Energy requires major attention, as we are still one of the countries with high levels of Energy Consumption per Unit Production of GDP compared to the Global averages. Of the 3 End use Forms of Energy, namely, HEAT, FUEL and ELECTRICITY, Electricity comprises of almost 60% of the Total Energy usage. Among the Major uses of Electrical Energy, use of Energy through Motors conversion to Mechanical Energy- forms almost 70 to 80% of the total use. Though it is normally assumed as Motors consuming most of the Energy, the FACT is that the Motor Driven Systems comprising of the Motors, the Driven Equipments and the Controls, together decide on the total consumption of Energy.
It is found that with the considerable Developments in the areas of Efficiencies of Motors and all kinds of Driven Equipments and the advancements and Applications and cost effectiveness of Controls like Variable Frequency, Variable Voltage and the combinations, provide ample scope for considerable Energy Savings through INTEGRATED APPROACH, addressing all the three areas keeping in mind the actual Process requirements.
This Workshop aims to deal with the latest Advancements in these areas and the vast potentials of Energy Saving available.
SEEM – The Society of Energy Engineers and Managers is the national professional body of certified energy managers and auditors in India. SEEM is a non-governmental / not-for-profit organization registered under the Charitable Societies Act, created to complement the efforts of Governmental /Non governmental agencies in energy conservation/energy efficiency improvement activities. Its basic objective is to provide energy conservation and knowledge-based energy services to all sectors of the economy through its members.
SEEM aims to build up a network among business, industries, utilities, academia and government for knowledge sharing, capacity building and leadership development.
See also: an interesting emerging cleantech segment – Building Energy Analytics