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HO CHI MINH CITY OPEN UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITÉ LIBRE DE BRUXELLES SOLVAY BRUSSELS SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS & MANAGEMENT MBQPM5 CHAU MAI LOAN THE GOAL DEFINITION OF ENERGY SAVING BASE ON ESTABLISHMENT ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOLLOWING GUIDELINE OF ISO 50001-2011 MASTER FINAL PROJECT MASTER IN BUSINESS QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT Page of 45 UNDERTAKING CONFIRMATION I confirm that master project work title “The goal definition of energy saving base on establishment Energy Management System following guideline ISO 50001:2011” is my own work Project contains and development are not previous document of any person except for reference document and acknowledgment mentioned Signature of student Châu Mai Loan 25 Apr, 2016 Page of 45 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS First of all, I sincerely thank very much all MBQPM professors: Mr Philippe Debroux, Mr Jean-Philippe Pireaux, Mr Rohan Wright, Mr Le Quang An, Mr Michel Brotto, Mr Pierre Crapanzano, Mr Gaetan Dartevelle, Mr Paolo Braguzzi, Ms Antigoni Papadimitriou & Mr David Vallat, Mr Jacques Martin for training & sharing the useful and positive knowledge to my business Moreover, I would like to thank Management Boards of Open University and Solvay Brussels have approved and opened this course with subjects to be supported intensive management knowledge I also thank my classmate of MBQPM for discussion and group work together under good team spirit during last time Beside I would like to thank administration team Ms Hien & Ms Ha of MBQPM for support and information relevant to each subject in time Special and sincerely thank to Professor Mr Jacques Martin for helpful recommendation in class time and my final project Now I am preparing for report of final project In my final project, I have mentioned definition of goal energy saving base on establishment energy management system following ISO 50001:2011 There are two steps: Technical development and management development Technical development is issued the equipment list of significant energy using to meet Pareto rule 80:20 for control electric consumption Management development is issued the objectives and target is compliance with SMART However, something may be still missing and not perfect Please help me to share your recommendation Thank you very much again In closing, I wish you all the best Page of 45 TABLE CONTENTS No Contents Page LIST OF ABBREVIATION AND/OR SYMBOLS COMPANY INTRODUCTION THE KEY MANUFACTURING PROCESS SWOT ANALYSIS FOR ENERGY DEVELOPMENT THE ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10 CONCLUSION 22 REFERENCE DOCUMENT 23 APPENDIX 24 Page of 45 1- LIST OF ABBREVIATION AND/OR SYMBOLS:   - Abbreviation list of job & business: S.E.A: Southeast ASEAN SHE-Main: Safety, Health, Environment and Maintenance QMS: Quality Management System Dept.: Department SC, QC, QA, Pro & WH: Supply Chain, Quality Control, Quality Assurance, Production & Warehouse BMR: Batch Manufacturing Record PIC: Personal in charge CIP: Cleaning and sanitizing in place RM: Raw material & PM: Packaging material CAR: corrective action request CAP: corrective action & preventive action VS: versus Abbreviation list of energy management system: En: Energy EnMS: Energy management system EnPI: Energy performance index (Energy productivity index) SEU: Significant energy use ES: Energy saving potential RE: Using possibility of renewable energy EE: Energy exchange with society EC: Electricity consumption (Kwh) EUM: Energy use mark AC: Alternating current DC: Direct current Equipment: Equip Page of 45 2- COMPANY INTRODUCTION: Our organization is factory environment and our factories to produce cosmetic products I control the production operations of two factories Soap and liquid We are managed by the cosmetics large multinational corporation Our organization has the two distribution chain, the first is the retail product and another is the professional product in the both local production and import site We have been shared vision and value from the global Division: Vision: “Global leader in brands and technologies” Values: “Customers, we put our customers at the center of what we People, we value, challenge and rewards our people Financials, we drive excellent sustainable financial performance Sustainability, we are committed to leadership in sustainability Family business, we build our future on our business foundation” 2.1 Policy of Vietnam factories: - Protect safety and health for employees, customers, suppliers and all relate parties - Prevent the wastes of nature resources and minimize the impact on the environment from all our business activities - Engage pro-actively in early research and development to energy efficiency - Promote innovative technologies and processes to minimize energy use and encourage continuous energy conservation - Comply with regulation of Vietnam and the global multinational corporation standard - Improve continuously our quality, energy, safety, health and environment management system to achieve objectives and targets - Provide our products and services to meet customer requirement and exceed their expectations.” 2.2 Organization structure of Vietnam factories: Operations Manager (Viet Nam) Direct to report Operations Manager (S.E.A) Administrator QMS SC (QC & Manager QA) Manager SHE & Main Manager Pro Manager Custom Planning Service Procurement Supervisor Manager Supervisor Page of 45 Functional and operation flowchart Documentation KPIs (Objectives & Targets Key planning capacity Production operation Delivery products to SC Requirements SC Dept QMS Dept SHE & Main Dept Functional Departments En.SHE Policy Marketing (Retail & Professional) HR Dept Purchasing Dept Goal Finance Dept Supporting Departments Company Strategy Board of Management Q& Company (BOM) Sale (Retail & Professional) 2.3 Procurement & planning Operational Supporting Output Input Note: BOM members: Operations Manager, HR Manager, CFO, GM (General Manager) Page of 45 3- THE KEY MANUFACTURING PROCESS : Planning, Pro, Procurement, SC, QA, QC There are 252 working days in one operation year However, there are only working days that operated factories with energy source to be DO and the rest to be electric power Production Plan Issue daily BMR Pro, QC, SC Delivery to Warehouse & QC Pro, QC, SC The main power consumption is electricity consumption Energy = Electric power Weigh raw material Checked by QC No Electric consumption saving by EnMS establishment QC, SC & Pro Yes Receiving RM Soap compressor Soap QC plan Mixing Test No Liquid Yes QC plan No Transfer tank Test Yes Fillers (Bottle, Jar, Tube or Sachet) Evaporation Identify equipment to be significant Energy Use QCin planoperation of liquid & soap factoryQC plan No Test Check Yes QC plan No Check Filling box & Date code print Labeling & Date code print Yes Packing QC plan No Check Yes Delivery Page of 45 4- SWOT ANALYSIS FOR ENERGY Weakness: Strengths: Good human resources, team work and leadership - Powerful finance - Good quality with cGMP certificate & safety, health and environmental protection standards - SAP system integration  Good service and high product quality in SHE protection way - - Internal Technical analysis is limited knowledge of maintenance department - Set-up budget for getting certificate and evaluated period  Negative potential: limited ideas and control by nonmaintenance department Helpful Harmful Opportunities: - - Energy saving: Reduce our environmental impact and make our business more sustainable Low variable cost approach is more suitable to emerging markets as Vietnam economic  More chances for success competition of our business Threats: - External Energy is the first of “humanity’s top ten problems for next 50 years” Primary electric energy is made from hydropower, fresh water material of this is limited and sometime cut power off in dry season  Negative Potential: COG can be increase in shorttime at dry season due to replacement of other power Page of 45  Harmful threats : Water resources in the world ( Water resource report – Le Quoc Tuan 4/2013) WATER PERCENTAGE ON EARTH Salt water 97% Freshwater, we can treated for use 1% Fresh water volume is used for industrial, agricultural and life activities is limited Freshwater, we can't treat for use, 2% Some pictures about surface water pollution and waterless at Africa Page 31 of 45 57 58 59 Water bath Incubator Fridgefreezer 0.92 0.44 0.11 0.58 0.59 0.95 24 24 2.13 6.23 2.51 24 24 2.13 6.23 2.51 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 No No No 60 Precision balance Ventilator Autoclave Laminar airflow cabinet Magnetic stirrer Lab mixer pH meters Rotational viscometers Electronic balance 2000grs Electronic balance 3000grs 0.65 0.55 1.43 1.43 1 1 No 1.33 2.50 0.70 0.60 0.63 0.52 8.5 0.5 6.78 0.79 0.36 8.5 0.5 6.78 0.79 0.36 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 No No No 1.00 0.71 1.42 1.42 1 1 No 0.50 0.01 0.03 0.75 0.73 0.53 0.5 4 0.19 0.04 0.06 0.5 4 0.19 0.04 0.06 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 No No No 0.01 0.82 0.03 0.03 1 1 No 0.01 0.82 0.03 0.03 1 1 No Lamps 1.28 0.46 1.77 1.77 1 1 No 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 HR 70 Liquid canteen 69 1- Input voltage 2- Main Plan & operation 3- Weather & seasons 1- Input voltage 2- Main Plan & operation 1- Input voltage 2- Weather & seasons Page 32 of 45 71 HR 76 77 Office 72 73 74 75 78 79 84 85 SHE-Main 83 Liquid utility area 80 81 82 Water dispenser Ceiling pans Ceiling pans Lamps Water dispenser Blow-dryer Air conditioner Air conditioner 0.74 0.62 12 5.51 12 5.51 1 1 No 0.91 0.2 3.36 1.48 0.41 0.44 0.59 0.62 4 12 1.49 0.35 15.86 11.01 4 12 1.49 0.35 15.86 11.01 0 01 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 No No No No 1.00 1.5 0.59 0.66 1.77 7.92 7.75 1.77 7.43 3.13 1 1 1 1 3 No No 12.5 0.66 66.00 7.75 63.94 3.13 1 Yes Carrier air conditioner Chiller Boiler Blower 65.00 0.84 436.8 7.25 395.85 9.38 1 Yes 30.00 1.00 2.30 0.90 0.88 0.77 7.5 189.0 6.60 14.17 7.5 162.0 6.60 14.17 14.29 0 1 1 1 1 1 12 3 Yes No No Water treatment system Waste treatment system Pump of fire fight & preventive system 2.1 0.39 6.55 6.55 1 1 No 9.70 0.42 32.59 24.44 25.0 1 Yes 18.5 0.80 0.5 7.4 0.5 7.4 1 1 No 1- Input voltage 2- Weather & seasons 1- Input voltage 2- Main Plan & operation 3- Weather & seasons 1- Input voltage 2- Main Plan & operation 3- Weather & seasons 1- Input voltage 2- Main Plan & operation 3- Work instruction Page 33 of 45 86 High Voltage light 2.60 0.63 94 HR SHE-Main Soap utility area Soap canteen Summary of energy consumption & saving 87 Water 1.00 0.60 dispenser 88 Lamps 0.36 0.56 89 Ceiling pans 0.16 0.34 90 Freezing5.50 0.54 machine (Sela, -20ºC) 91 Freezing 11.0 0.72 machine (C15: -20ºC) 92 Air 9.00 0.88 conditioner 93 Air 7.00 0.28 compressor Lamps 0.88 0.54 Summary of energy consumption & saving Total 12 19.66 11 18.02 8.33 1 1 No 1- Input voltage 2- Weather & seasons 16 824.44 9.60 16 744.40 9.60 9.71 1 1 No 12 16 1.61 0.65 47.52 12 15 1.61 0.65 44.55 0 6.25 1 1 1 1 1 3 No No Yes 16 126.72 15 118.8 6.25 1 Yes 16 126.72 15.5 122.76 3.13 1 Yes 1- Input voltage 2- Weather & seasons 1- Input voltage 2- Main Plan & operation 3- Weather & seasons 16 31.36 16 31.36 1 Yes 12 5.70 12 5.70 1 1 No 335.04 1954.97 4.24 6.24 349.89 2085 1- Input voltage 2- Main Plan & operation 1- Input voltage 2- Weather & seasons Page 34 of 45 Appendix 2: Action Plan for SEU equipment No Area Double jacket mixer 1000L Liquid Mixing Equipment Sower mixer Water pump Mitsubishi Airconditioner Electricity Consumption plan / day (Kwh) 37.674 Saving (%) Supervising method Detail action plan 16.0 1- Record energy actual C by daily 2- Record operated time of machine 3- Production volume 4- Checklist report of operated machine condition 1-Building cleaning & sanitizing matrix 2- Review and validation CIP procedure in order to reduce CIP time 48 minutes/day by production of the same product with 10 batches in uninterrupted mixing operation 3- Planning team is available for RM & PM Follow the maintenance plan 1- Record energy actual C by daily 2- Record operated time of machine 3- Checklist report of machine Delegate on/off to mixing production area 48.10 4.16 12.5 84 12.5 Follow the maintenance plan Follow the maintenance plan On 8:30 AM and off 16:30 PM for reduction one hour of machine operation PIC Timeline Pro, QC heads After energy planning active Liquid mixing Pro supervisor, operators and Main team Main & Pro heads Daily working Liquid mixing Pro supervisor, operators After energy planning active Daily working Page 35 of 45 Sachet filler – lines 34.65 Liquid Filling Soap mixer 33.00 Soap production Soap Grinder Compressor machines 20.80 20.00 120 6.25 1- Record energy actual C by daily 2- Record operated time of machine 3- Production volume 4- Checklist report of operated machine condition 1- Record energy actual C by daily 2- Record operated time of machine 3- Production volume 4- Checklist report of operated machine condition 1- Record energy actual C by daily 2- Record 1- Review and validation the sachet production process to define exactly period time to meet temperature levels for machine to be start-up 2- Increase overall equipment effectiveness more 3% 1- On & off on time & in time 2- Strictly follow work instruction 3- Follow the maintenance plan Heads of factories Immediately Filling production supervisor and operators Daily working Trial with new installation of inverter to adjust mixer speed in order to reduce energy capacity and then opportunity valuation of reduction power use 1- On & off on time & in time 2- Strictly follow work instruction 3- Follow the maintenance plan SHE-Main Immediately & Pro head Soap production supervisor and operators Daily working 1- Installation more conveyor m as the below picture-soap report 1- On & off on time & in time 2- Strictly follow work instruction SHE-Main head Soap production Immediately Daily working Page 36 of 45 Motor 28.8 10 Lamps of packing Air conditioner 20.16 6.25 118.8 Air conditioner 63.94 Carrier air conditioner 12 Office 11 14 15 Liquid utility area 13 operated time of machine 3- Checklist report of operated machine condition Record energy actual C by daily 3- Follow the maintenance plan supervisor and operators Turn off lamps on lunch & dinner time 1- Turn off on lunch & dinner time 2- Follow the maintenance plan Daily working 3.13 Record energy actual C by monthly 1- Turn off on lunch & dinner time 2- Follow the maintenance plan Production supervisor & packaging team leader SHE-Main staff 395.85 9.38 Daily working 24.44 25.0 1- Turn on at 8: 15 AM Turn off before 15 minutes at lunch time and stop working day 2- Follow the maintenance plan 1- Strictly follow work instruction & special it is operated when enough waste water level 2- Follow the maintenance plan SHE-Main staff Waste treatment system Chiller 162.0 14.29 1- Record energy actual C by daily 2- Record operated time of machine 3- Checklist report of operated machine condition 1- Turn on and off if need 2- Mixing plan of all mixer is the same time for cold or cooling steps 3- Follow the maintenance plan Mixing pro supervisor and operators Daily working Monthly report Page 37 of 45 16 18 19 Soap utility area 17 Freezingmachine (Sela, 20ºC) Freezing machine (C15: -20ºC) Air compressor 44.55 6.25 118.8 6.25 31.36 Air conditioner 122.76 3.13 1513.84 7.76 Summary 1- Record energy actual C by daily 2- Record operated time of machine 3- Checklist report of operated machine condition 1- Record energy actual C by daily 2- Record operated time of machine 1- Adjust working temperature -18ºC SHE-Main 2- Follow the maintenance plan staff 3- Strictly follow work instruction 1- Follow the maintenance plan 2- Strictly follow work instruction 1- Turn off before 15 minutes lunch & dinner time 2- Follow the maintenance plan Daily working Page 38 of 45 Appendix 3: Energy Baseline for SEU equipment of production liquid factory SEU Equipment Capacity (Kw) W1- Jan,16 W2- Jan,16 W3- Jan,16 W4- Jan,16 W5- Feb,16 W6- Feb,16 W7- Mar,16 W8- Mar,16 W9, Mar,16 W10Mar,16 W11Apr,16 W12Apr,16 Double Jacket mixer 1000L Production Actual volume (Kg) C (Kwh) 23 Sower mixer Production volume (Kg) Water pump Actual C (Kwh) 18.5 Production Actual volume C (Kg) (Kwh) 1.5 Mitsubishi Air-conditioner Production Actual C volume (Kwh) (Kg) 15 Sachet filler – lines Production Actual volume C (Kg) (Kwh) 7.5 1675 1075 925 1750 600 925 900 925 2150 3075 12 10 2.5 12 12 318 398 1194 398 398 1194 796 398 2269 2388 12 15 40 18 16 59 25 24 80 86 3990 1473 3550 5465 2500 2219 2515 3950 7308 7676 6 6 18 18 3990 1473 3550 5465 2500 2219 2515 3950 7308 7676 25 15 25 41 22 20 24 15 93 90 100 175 150 200 100 100 200 75 85 60 18 33 27 34 16 17 33 12.5 15 12 5250 28 3900 121 9250 28 9250 140 80 12 3500 22 3582 115 7975 30 7975 134 100 17.5 Page 39 of 45 Energy baseline Electricity Consumption (Kwh) 30 y = 0.0052x + 0.6407 R² = 0.8682 25 160 35 140 y = 0.0307x + 6.7901 R² = 0.975 Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Electricity Consumption (kwh) y = 0.0033x - 4.4815 R² = 0.8345 120 30 100 25 y = 0.0169x - 27.639 R² = 0.878 140 35.00 120 20 Electricity Consumption (Kwh) 40.00 y = 0.1726x + 0.1343 R² = 0.9774 30.00 100 25.00 80 20 80 60 15 60 15 20.00 15.00 10 40 40 10 10.00 20 20 5.00 - 5,000 10,000 Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Linear (Electricity Consumption (Kwh)) a b R² - 0 0.0052 0.6407 0.8682 - 2,000 4,000 6,000 Electricity Consumption (kwh) Linear (Electricity Consumption (kwh)) 0.0307 6.7901 0.9750 - 5,000 10,000 5,000 10,000 - -20 Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Linear (Electricity Consumption (Kwh)) Linear (Electricity Consumption (Kwh)) 0.0033 -4.4815 0.8345 0.0169 -27.639 0.8780 200 400 Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Linear (Electricity Consumption (Kwh)) 0.1726 0.1343 0.9774 Page 40 of 45 Appendix 4: Energy Baseline for SEU equipment of production Soap factory SEU Equip Soap mixer Pro volume (kg) Capacity (Kw) W1Jan,16 W2Jan,16 W3Jan,16 W4Jan,16 W5Feb,16 W6Feb,16 W7Mar,16 W8Mar,16 W9, Mar,16 W10Mar,16 W11- Actual C (Kwh) Soap grinder Pro volume (kg) 10 Actual C (Kwh) Compressor Pro volume (kg) 10 Actual C (Kwh) Motor Pro volume (kg) 16 Actual C (Kwh) Lamps of packing Pro Actual volume C (kg) (Kwh) 1.6 Air conditioner Pro Actual volume C (kg) (Kwh) 8.25 34420 130 34420 284 34420 981 34420 173 34420 121 34420 124 15841 78 15841 92 15841 320 15841 56 15841 77 15841 41 31811 120 31811 279 31811 965 31811 118 31811 119 31811 122 15779 67 15779 105 15779 364 15779 48 15779 78 15779 46 13778 45 13778 130 13778 450 13778 36 13778 60 13778 57 9690 30 9690 87 9690 303 9690 34 9690 45 9690 39 14639 46 14639 32 14639 127 14639 54 14639 72 14639 28 17669 70 17669 100 17669 336 17669 54 17669 70 17669 46 23523 99 23523 143 23523 555 23523 119 23523 120 23523 76 26435 94 26435 162 26435 618 26435 93 26435 130 26435 99 25064 145 25064 159 25064 598 25064 93 25064 119 25064 78 Page 41 of 45 Apr,16 W12Apr,16 Energy baseline 11469 29 11469 Electricity Consumption (Kwh) 160 y = 0.0044x 7.9352 R² = 0.818 85 Electricity Consumption (Kwh) 300 140 250 11469 1,000 y= 0.0305x 118.96 R² = 0.8532 180 y = 0.0051x 26.044 R² = 0.8943 800 150 600 60 100 20,000 40,000 Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Linear (Electricity Consumption (Kwh)) 0.0044 -7.9352 0.8180 120 100 100 80 100 60 60 y= 0.0031x + 29.511 R² = 0.7568 20 20,000 40,000 Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Linear (Electricity Consumption (Kwh)) 0.0085 -31.789 0.8099 - - 40,000 Electricity consumption (Kwh) Linear (Electricity consumption (Kwh)) 0.0305 -118.96 0.8532 20,00040,000 Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Linear (Electricity Consumption (Kwh)) 0.0051 -26.044 0.8943 40 20 - - - y = 0.0039x 10.231 R² = 0.8897 80 20 - 140 120 46 Electricity Consumption (Kwh) 140 40 200 11469 160 40 50 88 Electricity Consumption (Kwh) 60 400 20 11469 120 80 40 a b R² 200 140 200 80 35 Electricity Consumption (Kwh) 160 120 100 11469 Electricity consumption (Kwh) 1,200 y = 0.0085x 31.789 R² = 0.8099 282.5 - 40,000 Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Linear (Electricity Consumption (Kwh)) 0.0031 29.511 0.7568 - 20,00040,000 Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Linear (Electricity Consumption (Kwh)) 0.0039 -10.231 0.8897 Page 42 of 45 Appendix 5: Energy Baseline for SEU equipment of utility & office liquid factory SEU Equipment Air conditioner Production volume Actual C (Kg) (Kwh) Capacity (Kw) 12.5 W1- Jan,16 3990 380 W2- Jan,16 1473 200 W3- Jan,16 3550 340 W4- Jan,16 5465 605 W5- Feb,16 2500 255 W6- Feb,16 2219 205 W7- Mar,16 2515 245 W8- Mar,16 3950 450 W9, Mar,16 7308 710 W10- Mar,16 7676 850 W11- Apr,16 9250 930 W12- Apr,16 7975 810 Carrier air conditioner Production Actual C volume (Kg) (Kwh) 65 3990 267 1473 152 3550 455 5465 566 2500 167 2219 230 2515 530 3950 269 7308 702 7676 710 9250 650 7975 790 Waste treatment system Production Actual C volume (Kg) (Kwh) 9.7 3990 58 1473 11 3550 34 5465 43 2500 20 2219 22 2515 37 3950 31 7308 70 7676 74 9250 134 7975 62 Chiller Production Actual C volume (Kg) (Kwh) 30 3990 76 1473 59 3550 86 5465 114 2500 36 2219 70 2515 56 3950 90 7308 150 7676 148 9250 216 7975 112 Page 43 of 45 Energy baseline Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Electricity Consumption (Kwh) 900 1,000 y = 0.1018x + 7.1779 R² = 0.9823 900 800 700 600 800 y = 0.0756x + 92.922 R² = 0.7368 700 200 40 100 20 150 100 50 - 5,000 10,000 - 5,000 10,000 - 5,000 10,000 Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Linear (Electricity Consumption (Kwh)) Linear (Electricity Consumption (Kwh)) Linear (Electricity Consumption (Kwh)) Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Linear (Electricity Consumption (Kwh)) y = 0.0176x + 16.318 R² = 0.8334 200 - - 10,000 y = 0.0113x 4.6635 R² = 0.7862 60 300 5,000 140 80 400 - Electricity Consumption (Kwh) 250 100 500 - 160 120 600 500 400 300 200 100 Electricity Consumption (Kwh) a 0.1018 0.0756 0.0113 0.0176 b 7.1779 92.922 -4.6635 16.318 R² 0.9823 0.7368 0.7862 0.8334 Page 44 of 45 Appendix 6: Energy Baseline for SEU equipment of utility & office soap factory SEU Equipment Freezing- machine (Sela, 20ºC) Production volume (Kg) Capacity (Kw) W1- Jan,16 W2- Jan,16 W3- Jan,16 W4- Jan,16 W5- Feb,16 W6- Feb,16 W7- Mar,16 W8- Mar,16 W9, Mar,16 W10- Mar,16 W11- Apr,16 W12- Apr,16 Actual C (Kwh) Freezing machine (C15: -20ºC) Production volume (Kg) 5.5 34420 15841 31811 15779 13778 9690 14639 17669 23523 26435 25064 11469 Actual C (Kwh) Air compressor Production volume (Kg) 11 193 136 187 122 110 84 73 148 166 189 197 82 34420 15841 31811 15779 13778 9690 14639 17669 23523 26435 25064 11469 Actual C (Kwh) Air conditioner Production volume (Kg) 7.0 34420 15841 31811 15779 13778 9690 14639 17669 23523 26435 25064 11469 Actual C (Kwh) 9.0 143 84 145 127 89 67 93 122 155 154 150 82 34420 15841 31811 15779 13778 9690 14639 17669 23523 26435 25064 11469 538 400 571 435 377 271 275 373 572 632 630 274 Page 45 of 45 Energy baseline Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Electricity Consumption (Kwh) 180 250y = 0.0052x + 36.696 R² = 0.8143 y = 0.0105x + 72.049 R² = 0.8195 500.00 450.00 200 100 700 600 140 350.00 120 500 300.00 100 400 250.00 80 200.00 60 150.00 50 300 y = 0.0034x + 49.06 R² = 0.7183 40 100.00 20 50.00 - - - 20,000 40,000 Electricity Consumption (Kwh) 160 400.00 150 a b R² Electricity Consumption (Kwh) - 20,000 40,000 200 y = 0.0146x + 154.16 R² = 0.7209 100 - - 20,000 40,000 - 20,000 40,000 Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Electricity Consumption (Kwh) Linear (Electricity Consumption (Kwh)) Linear (Electricity Consumption (Kwh)) Linear (Electricity Consumption (Kwh)) Linear (Electricity Consumption (Kwh)) 0.0052 36.696 0.8143 0.0105 72.049 0.8195 0.0034 49.06 0.7183 0.0146 154.16 0.7209 [...]... monthly Daily report & monthly report 31 Dec,16 Daily report & monthly report 31 Dec,16 31 Dec,16 Page 21 of 45 4 5 6 (Kwh) of liquid filling area / electricity consumption (kwh) of liquid filling area 2015 Base on the respective soap volume (kg), electricity consumption reduction % of soap production vs 2015 Base on the respective liquid production volume (kg), Electricity consumption reduction % of. .. built-up them Base on ISO 50001, there are 2 parts for EnMS establishment: Technique & management ISO 50001 Standards Technical development Plan: - Define the SEU equip calculation - Equip list & electric consumption plan Energy management system Objective & target for energy saving Management development Plan: - Policy - Resources - Action plan Do: - Training - Definition: EnPI method - Documentation Do:... Discussion the detail action plan of appendix 2 Page 18 of 45 - EnPI definition by project team: Base on ISO 50001, it should establish energy baselines for controlling and evaluation EnPI  Rule: + The production volume (x - kg) & actual electric consumption (y) data of analysis must be collected in uninterrupted 12 months and at least uninterrupted 12 weeks + Build-up the energy baseline y = ax + b –... instruction for energy baseline and EnPI 5.2.3 - Check: Corrective action / Preventive action: Review or validation any the detail action that can get more energy saving if any Page 19 of 45 - Check determination coefficient form appendix 3, 4, 5 & 6, the result 0.7183 ≤ R² ≤ 0.9823 Therefore, Baselines are high reliability 5.2.4 - Act: Standardization objective of energy saving with clear target The SEU... Operations Manager (Support & Approval) Production team SC team (Production (SC manager & manager & SC leader) supervisors) - SHE & Main members Procurement & planning supervisor However, It is forgotten make decision and authorize for audit team of EnMS for further operation of EMS Action plan:  They are defined by project team  Condition of action plan: How to control or limit impact of the relevant... with energy saving 19 SEU equipment will are controlled and - Detail action plan for each equipment to be available - All R² of all energy baselines are high reliability Therefore, objectives and target of energy saving can develop in SMART condition However, we should set-up target with 80% - 85% of % energy saving Page 20 of 45 SMART S M A Measurable 100% with Attainment quantification - Subject: Energy. .. Energy saving - Align to policy 1 T Time-bound Align to policy Relevant Objective Base on the respective total production volume (kg), Electricity consumption reduction % of factories vs 2015 Target Tangible Team & individual person, department be in charge Detail level No R Energy saving form appendix 1 5% 6.24 % 2 Base on the respective liquid mixing volume (kg), electricity consumption reduction % of. .. electric consumption plan:   - Measurement:  Electricity consumption (KWh) = Capacity * Load factor * Using time  Energy saving (%) = 100% - Percentage of (Electricity consumption of plan / Actual electricity consumption) 5.1.2 - Equip list is all equipment that they are used electric power in their operation Reference appendix 1 at column equipment Electric consumption plan: Electric consumption forecast... for other objectives and targets The company can develop sustainable under challenge economy and competitive environment 1- Strictly follow the energy management procedure 2- Documentation and application of monitoring, measurement & analysis methods 3- Documentation & application work instruction of SEU equipment and checklist report 4- Daily record about actual production volume, energy consumption... 1- On & off on time & in time 2- Strictly follow work instruction 3- Follow the maintenance plan Heads of factories Immediately Filling production supervisor and operators Daily working Trial with new installation of inverter to adjust mixer speed in order to reduce energy capacity and then opportunity valuation of reduction power use 1- On & off on time & in time 2- Strictly follow work instruction
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