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Testing and development of DEF`s consultancy concept. Final report; Afproevning og videreudvikling af DEFs raadgivningskoncept; Slutrapport

Technical Report:

Abstract

The Danish electric power company ELSAM evaluated a handbook on energy consultancy published by the Association of Danish Electric Utilities (Danske Elvaerkers Forening) and in particular the ``DEF concept`` which is a general method recommended to be used in the process of consultancy carried out in industrial firms and which aims at helping them to save energy. The aim of the project was to test the handbook in order to produce a basis for making future adjustments and developments to the book and also to pass on experience gained to energy consultants in Jutland and Funen. Six cases were selected for detailed examination and it was concluded that the concept is a ``step-by-step`` tool which is both useful and necessary for new energy consultants. It also gives details on reporting requirements. Testing of the concept showed that some firms are sometimes reluctant to explain the finer points of their industrial processes to a consultant which results in the fact that it takes the latter a longer time to understand the processes involved. The DEF concept should constitute a part of the energy survey, not the whole. It is important that involved parties are generally more familiar with the concept, its  More>>
Authors:
Publication Date:
Sep 01, 1993
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
NEI-DK-1364
Reference Number:
SCA: 320303; PA: DK-93:001956; EDB-94:019027; NTS-94:008577; ERA-19:006884; SN: 94001129695
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: Sep 1993
Subject:
32 ENERGY CONSERVATION, CONSUMPTION, AND UTILIZATION; ENERGY CONSERVATION; INDUSTRY; DENMARK; EXPERIMENTAL DATA; CONSULTANTS; ELECTRIC POWER; INDUSTRIAL PLANTS; REPORTING REQUIREMENTS; TESTING; DOCUMENTATION; MANUALS; 320303; EQUIPMENT AND PROCESSES
OSTI ID:
10116491
Research Organizations:
Jysk-Fynske Elsamarbejde (ELSAM), Fredericia (Denmark). Distributionsudvalget
Country of Origin:
Denmark
Language:
Danish
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ON: DE94730343; TRN: DK9301956
Availability:
OSTI; NTIS
Submitting Site:
DK
Size:
72 p.
Announcement Date:
Jun 30, 2005

Technical Report:

Citation Formats

Ravn, J. Testing and development of DEF`s consultancy concept. Final report; Afproevning og videreudvikling af DEFs raadgivningskoncept; Slutrapport. Denmark: N. p., 1993. Web.
Ravn, J. Testing and development of DEF`s consultancy concept. Final report; Afproevning og videreudvikling af DEFs raadgivningskoncept; Slutrapport. Denmark.
Ravn, J. 1993. "Testing and development of DEF`s consultancy concept. Final report; Afproevning og videreudvikling af DEFs raadgivningskoncept; Slutrapport." Denmark.
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title = {Testing and development of DEF`s consultancy concept. Final report; Afproevning og videreudvikling af DEFs raadgivningskoncept; Slutrapport}
author = {Ravn, J}
abstractNote = {The Danish electric power company ELSAM evaluated a handbook on energy consultancy published by the Association of Danish Electric Utilities (Danske Elvaerkers Forening) and in particular the ``DEF concept`` which is a general method recommended to be used in the process of consultancy carried out in industrial firms and which aims at helping them to save energy. The aim of the project was to test the handbook in order to produce a basis for making future adjustments and developments to the book and also to pass on experience gained to energy consultants in Jutland and Funen. Six cases were selected for detailed examination and it was concluded that the concept is a ``step-by-step`` tool which is both useful and necessary for new energy consultants. It also gives details on reporting requirements. Testing of the concept showed that some firms are sometimes reluctant to explain the finer points of their industrial processes to a consultant which results in the fact that it takes the latter a longer time to understand the processes involved. The DEF concept should constitute a part of the energy survey, not the whole. It is important that involved parties are generally more familiar with the concept, its implementation should increase, follow-up should take place, information gained should be recorded centrally and more attention should be given to smaller firms. The papers related to the six cases selected for examination are presented. (AB)}
place = {Denmark}
year = {1993}
month = {Sep}
}