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Yokogawa Electric Corporation announces the November release of Energy Performance Analytics (EP-Analytics), a software tool that uses energy performance indicators (EnPI) to track how energy is being consumed in a plant, identifies gaps between EnPI targets and actual performance, and helps to identify countermeasures to improve energy performance.
Responsibility for determining the energy performance indicators typically rests with the energy management representative and may involve other members of the energy team, as well as management.
In order to qualify for Energy Star recognition, cement plants must score at least 75 on the Energy Performance Indicator, used by the EPA to measure energy efficiency.
The downtown office complex was awarded the highest possible score of 100 on the Energy Performance Indicator (EPI) for 2010, earning it the U.
ISO 50006 on measuring energy performance using energy baselines (EnB) and energy performance indicators (EnPI),
In order to qualify for the award, a plant must score at least 75 of a possible 100 on the Energy Performance Indicator (EPI), used by the EPA to measure energy efficiency in cement plants.
EPA's ENERGY STAR Energy Performance Indicators allow companies to measure their energy performance against others in the industry while achieving breakthrough improvements in energy efficiency.
installation of renewable energy supply, and consumption benchmarks with energy performance indicators.