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Energy saving

April 3, 2016 | Author: | Posted in geography, nature

Energy Conservation in Hospitality Industry Importance of Energy Conservation for Hospitality Industry Hospitality industry is a major consumer of energy , consuming 135 PJ per year costing F1 billion . Hotels alone consume 85 PJ of energy per year at a cost of F 850 million Potential for energy savings has been estimated as 20-40 of energy being consumed Energy Prices are rising . A 10 increase in energy price reduces hospitality industry profits by 1-1 .5 , an increase of 25 will reduce the profit margin by 2-2 .6 Energy Efficiency Environment Present energy consumption in hotels [banner_entry_middle]

is equivalent to 120 kg of CO2 per square meter Hospitality industry has committed to reducing CO2 emissions to 20 below 1990 emission levels by 2010 ECO for Hotels Create Awareness Lighting HVAC System Water Heating Controls Automation Energy Conservation Programme for Hotels Introduce energy efficiency awareness and training Identify major energy consumers , collect energy data , calculate energy consumption per unit (per m2 , per occupied room etc . Compare energy indices with other similar installations Identify and implement low cost /no-cost energy conservation opportunities (ECO Proceed to moderate and high cost ECOs and continue to monitor and improve energy efficiency as a part of a ECO in Lighting Use energy-efficient fluorescent lamps , CFL and electronic ballasts Install high pressure sodium vapor (HPSV ) lamps for applications where color rendering is not critical Optimize day-light usage (in new designs Use microprocessor-based controllers , occupancy sensors and photocells Use automatic key tag type system , to switch off unoccupied rooms Replace incandescent wall lights and exit sign lighting with CFL or LED-lit units ECO in HVAC Systems Insulation : Improve heating and cooling lines insulation to reduce energy losses Building Envelope : False ceilings and air curtains help reduce the space requiring air-conditioning Building Heat Load : Minimizing heat load by efficient lighting , roof cooling , roof reflectance , sun films good thermostat controls Solar Heat Gain Control : Awnings , overhangs , coated windows etc can reduce building heat load Select Energy Efficient Equipment when replacing HVAC equipment ECO in Water Heating Replace old equipment with high efficiency gas water heater or use waste heat recovery system Insulate hot water pipes Install low flow aerators on sinks Consider using high efficiency booster heaters for equipment requiring high temperature water instead of heating all water to high temperature Consider instantaneous water heaters to eliminate storage losses Energy Management Systems (EMS Marriott Hotels- Case Study Marriott International has over 2600 hotels worldwide The Hotel has over 70 branches in United Kingdom . The hotel chain has implemented an energy efficiency management programme and won a Green Globe ‘ for its achievements A new trial programme at three trial sites : Slough /Windsor Chepstow and Forest of Arden

Marriott Hotels- Case Study-3 Energy-saving programmes which needed minimal or zero investment were implemented in the trial sites , training , improved house keeping and enhancement to the building management systems were made under this programme Marriott saved an average of F30 ,000 per annum across each of the three trial sites with these measures Metering is currently being installed on all other Marriott hotels with the view to repeating this exercise throughout the UK group with an Estimated savings of F 1 million Projected savings in CO2 is 36 ,000 tonnes a year as a result of this initiative

References aM T system identifies a further Pound 1million in annual energy savings for Marriott Hotels , http /www .envisionenergy .co .uk /case-studies-marriott-hotels .asp Hospitable Climates , http /www .eupolitix .com /EN /Forums /HCIMA /d8d09604-d244-42a5-a5e6-a8fa08038a41 .htm Hospitality , http /www .hospitalitynet .org /news /4004698 .search ?query energy saving in uk hospitality industry Hotel Energy Efficiency , http /www .ase .org /section /ee_hotels Water Heating , http /www .focusonenergy .com /data /common /pageBuilders /2253SAWWaterHeat_ .pdf SnSession Textured Energy Conservation in Hospitality Industry Importance of Energy Conservation for Hospitality Industry Hospitality industry is a major consumer of energy , consuming 135 PJ per year costing F1 billion . Hotels alone consume 85 PJ of energy per year at a cost of F 850 million Potential for energy savings has been estimated as 20-40 of energy being consumed Energy Prices are rising . A 10 increase in energy price reduces hospitality industry profits by 1-1 .5 , an increase of 25 will reduce the profit margin by 2-2 .6 Energy Efficiency Environment Present energy consumption in hotels is equivalent to 120 kg of CO2 per square meter Hospitality industry has committed to reducing CO2 emissions to 20 below 1990 emission levels by 2010 ECO for Hotels Create Awareness Lighting HVAC System Water Heating Controls Automation Energy Conservation Programme for Hotels Introduce energy efficiency awareness and training Identify major energy consumers , collect energy data , calculate energy consumption per unit (per m2 , per occupied room etc . Compare energy indices with other similar installations Identify and implement low cost /no-cost energy conservation opportunities (ECO Proceed to moderate and high cost ECOs and continue to monitor and improve energy efficiency as a part of a ECO in Lighting Use energy-efficient fluorescent lamps , CFL and electronic ballasts Install high pressure sodium vapor (HPSV ) lamps for applications where color rendering is not critical Optimize day-light usage (in new designs Use microprocessor-based controllers , occupancy sensors and photocells Use automatic key tag type system , to switch off unoccupied rooms Replace incandescent wall lights and exit sign lighting with CFL or LED-lit units ECO in HVAC Systems Insulation : Improve heating and cooling lines insulation to reduce energy losses Building Envelope : False ceilings and air curtains help reduce the space requiring air-conditioning Building Heat Load : Minimizing heat load by efficient lighting , roof cooling , roof reflectance , sun films good thermostat controls Solar Heat Gain Control : Awnings , overhangs , coated windows etc can reduce building heat load Select Energy Efficient Equipment when replacing HVAC equipment ECO in Water Heating Replace old equipment with high efficiency gas water heater or use waste heat recovery system Insulate hot water pipes Install low flow aerators on sinks Consider using high efficiency booster heaters for equipment requiring high temperature water instead of heating all water to high temperature Consider instantaneous water heaters to eliminate storage losses Energy Management Systems (EMS Marriott Hotels- Case Study Marriott International has over 2600 hotels worldwide The Hotel has over 70 branches in United Kingdom . The hotel chain has implemented an energy efficiency management programme and won a Green Globe ‘ for its achievements A new trial programme at three trial sites : Slough /Windsor Chepstow and Forest of Arden

Marriott Hotels- Case Study-2 Energy-saving programmes which needed minimal or zero investment were implemented in the trial sites , training , improved house keeping and enhancement to the building management systems were made under this programme Marriott saved an average of F30 ,000 per annum across each of the three trial sites with these measures Metering is currently being installed on all other Marriott hotels with the view to repeating this exercise throughout the UK group with an Estimated savings of F 1 million Projected savings in CO2 is 36 ,000 tonnes a year as a result of this initiative

References aM T system identifies a further Pound 1million in annual energy savings for Marriott Hotels , http /www .envisionenergy .co .uk /case-studies-marriott-hotels .asp Hospitable Climates , http /www .eupolitix .com /EN /Forums /HCIMA /d8d09604-d244-42a5-a5e6-a8fa08038a41 .htm Hospitality , http /www .hospitalitynet .org /news /4004698 .search ?query energy saving in uk hospitality industry Hotel Energy Efficiency , http /www .ase .org /section /ee_hotels Water Heating , http /www .focusonenergy .com /data /common /pageBuilders /2253SAWWaterHeat_ .pdf SnSession Energy Conservation in Hospitality Industry Importance of Energy Conservation for Hospitality Industry Hospitality industry is a major consumer of energy , consuming 135 PJ per year costing F1 billion . Hotels alone consume 85 PJ of energy per year at a cost of F 850 million Potential for energy savings has been estimated as 20-40 of energy being consumed Energy Prices are rising . A 10 increase in energy price reduces hospitality industry profits by 1-1 .5 , an increase of 25 will reduce the profit margin by 2-2 .6 Energy Efficiency Environment Present energy consumption in hotels is equivalent to 120 kg of CO2 per square meter Hospitality industry has committed to reducing CO2 emissions to 20 below 1990 emission levels by 2010 ECO for Hotels Create Awareness Lighting HVAC System Water Heating Controls Automation Energy Conservation Programme for Hotels Introduce energy efficiency awareness and training Identify major energy consumers , collect energy data , calculate energy consumption per unit (per m2 , per occupied room etc . Compare energy indices with other similar installations Identify and implement low cost /no-cost energy conservation opportunities (ECO Proceed to moderate and high cost ECOs and continue to monitor and improve energy efficiency as a part of a ECO in Lighting Use energy-efficient fluorescent lamps , CFL and electronic ballasts Install high pressure sodium vapor (HPSV ) lamps for applications where color rendering is not critical Optimize day-light usage (in new designs Use microprocessor-based controllers , occupancy sensors and photocells Use automatic key tag type system , to switch off unoccupied rooms Replace incandescent wall lights and exit sign lighting with CFL or LED-lit units ECO in HVAC Systems Insulation : Improve heating and cooling lines insulation to reduce energy losses Building Envelope : False ceilings and air curtains help reduce the space requiring air-conditioning Building Heat Load : Minimizing heat load by efficient lighting , roof cooling , roof reflectance , sun films good thermostat controls Solar Heat Gain Control : Awnings , overhangs , coated windows etc can reduce building heat load Select Energy Efficient Equipment when replacing HVAC equipment ECO in Water Heating Replace old equipment with high efficiency gas water heater or use waste heat recovery system Insulate hot water pipes Install low flow aerators on sinks Consider using high efficiency booster heaters for equipment requiring high temperature water instead of heating all water to high temperature Consider instantaneous water heaters to eliminate storage losses Energy Management Systems (EMS Marriott Hotels- Case Study Marriott International has over 2600 hotels worldwide The Hotel has over 70 branches in United Kingdom . The hotel chain has implemented an energy efficiency management programme and won a Green Globe ‘ for its achievements A new trial programme at three trial sites : Slough /Windsor Chepstow and Forest of Arden

Marriott Hotels- Case Study-2 Energy-saving programmes which needed minimal or zero investment were implemented in the trial sites , training , improved house keeping and enhancement to the building management systems were made under this programme Marriott saved an average of F30 ,000 per annum across each of the three trial sites with these measures Metering is currently being installed on all other Marriott hotels with the view to repeating this exercise throughout the UK group with an Estimated savings of F 1 million Projected savings in CO2 is 36 ,000 tonnes a year as a result of this initiative

References aM T system identifies a further Pound 1million in annual energy savings for Marriott Hotels , http /www .envisionenergy .co .uk /case-studies-marriott-hotels .asp Hospitable Climates , http /www .eupolitix .com /EN /Forums /HCIMA /d8d09604-d244-42a5-a5e6-a8fa08038a41 .htm Hospitality , http /www .hospitalitynet .org /news /4004698 .search ?query energy saving in uk hospitality industry Hotel Energy Efficiency , http /www .ase .org /section /ee_hotels Water Heating , http /www .focusonenergy .com /data /common /pageBuilders /2253SAWWaterHeat_ .pdf SnSession Energy Conservation in Hospitality Industry Importance of Energy Conservation for Hospitality Industry Hospitality industry is a major consumer of energy , consuming 135 PJ per year costing F1 billion . Hotels alone consume 85 PJ of energy per year at a cost of F 850 million Potential for energy savings has been estimated as 20-40 of energy being consumed Energy Prices are rising . A 10 increase in energy price reduces hospitality industry profits by 1-1 .5 , an increase of 25 will reduce the profit margin by 2-2 .6 Energy Efficiency Environment Present energy consumption in hotels is equivalent to 120 kg of CO2 per square meter Hospitality industry has committed to reducing CO2 emissions to 20 below 1990 emission levels by 2010 ECO for Hotels Create Awareness Lighting HVAC System Water Heating Controls Automation Energy Conservation Programme for Hotels Introduce energy efficiency awareness and training Identify major energy consumers , collect energy data , calculate energy consumption per unit (per m2 , per occupied room etc . Compare energy indices with other similar installations Identify and implement low cost /no-cost energy conservation opportunities (ECO Proceed to moderate and high cost ECOs and continue to monitor and improve energy efficiency as a part of a ECO in Lighting Use energy-efficient fluorescent lamps , CFL and electronic ballasts Install high pressure sodium vapor (HPSV ) lamps for applications where color rendering is not critical Optimize day-light usage (in new designs Use microprocessor-based controllers , occupancy sensors and photocells Use automatic key tag type system , to switch off unoccupied rooms Replace incandescent wall lights and exit sign lighting with CFL or LED-lit units ECO in HVAC Systems Insulation : Improve heating and cooling lines insulation to reduce energy losses Building Envelope : False ceilings and air curtains help reduce the space requiring air-conditioning Building Heat Load : Minimizing heat load by efficient lighting , roof cooling , roof reflectance , sun films good thermostat controls Solar Heat Gain Control : Awnings , overhangs , coated windows etc can reduce building heat load Select Energy Efficient Equipment when replacing HVAC equipment ECO in Water Heating Replace old equipment with high efficiency gas water heater or use waste heat recovery system Insulate hot water pipes Install low flow aerators on sinks Consider using high efficiency booster heaters for equipment requiring high temperature water instead of heating all water to high temperature Consider instantaneous water heaters to eliminate storage losses Energy Management Systems (EMS Marriott Hotels- Case Study Marriott International has over 2600 hotels worldwide The Hotel has over 70 branches in United Kingdom . The hotel chain has implemented an energy efficiency management programme and won a Green Globe ‘ for its achievements A new trial programme at three trial sites : Slough /Windsor Chepstow and Forest of Arden

Marriott Hotels- Case Study-2 Energy-saving programmes which needed minimal or zero investment were implemented in the trial sites , training , improved house keeping and enhancement to the building management systems were made under this programme Marriott saved an average of F30 ,000 per annum across each of the three trial sites with these measures Metering is currently being installed on all other Marriott hotels with the view to repeating this exercise throughout the UK group with an Estimated savings of F 1 million Projected savings in CO2 is 36 ,000 tonnes a year as a result of this initiative

References aM T system identifies a further Pound 1million in annual energy savings for Marriott Hotels , http /www .envisionenergy .co .uk /case-studies-marriott-hotels .asp Hospitable Climates , http /www .eupolitix .com /EN /Forums /HCIMA /d8d09604-d244-42a5-a5e6-a8fa08038a41 .htm Hospitality , http /www .hospitalitynet .org /news /4004698 .search ?query energy saving in uk hospitality industry Hotel Energy Efficiency , http /www .ase .org /section /ee_hotels Water Heating , http /www .focusonenergy .com /data /common /pageBuilders /2253SAWWaterHeat_ .pdf SnSession… [banner_entry_footer]

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