International Journal of Transformations in Business Management

International Peer Reviewed (Refereed), Open Access Research Journal

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Vol: 9, Issue: 3 2019

Page: 34-43

Energy Audit of Clean Room Facility

Kovid Sharma

Now-a-days the big, hot topic is “energy conservation “all around the world. India is a developing country, so the focus is to save natural resources and also find new alternatives to provide energy for its industrial growth, which is on a fast track. The number of industries, hospitals, establishments, organisations either commercial or non commercial are gradually increasing at a fast pace and so is the demand of energy. It is understood from the available records that industries are the main consumers of energy and it varies from 50% to 65% of the total consumption by every individual unit. To minimise the gap between demand and supply, energy audit is the best solution to avoid wastage and losses and to provide techniques with feasible solutions. Energy audit is a great tool and a systematic approach for decision –making to control and maintain the energy consumption. It not only saves but also suggests how to improve the quality and optimum utilisation of energy.

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