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A practical approach of energy efficiency management reporting systems in micro-grid

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3 Author(s)
Lee, P.K. ; Powerpeg NSI Ltd., Hong Kong, China ; Lai, L.L. ; Chan, S.W.

Smart grid and micro-grid are global development trend worldwide in which many countries are planning to do. Some of them will take this as a driving force to the green industry development. They would make use of it for carbon emission reduction. In micro-grid, peak demand response, renewable energy and energy efficiency will also play vital roles as well. We may use the smart meters and building management system to enhance the energy efficiency. In this paper, the author will introduce the implementation ideas of Energy Management Reporting System (EMRS) and Facilities Management Reporting System (FMRS) via the integration of Power Quality, Energy Management System (PQEMS) and Building Management System (BMS). EMRS provides the feedback on the energy management performance and feedback to the daily operation. FMRS reflects the maintenance management and highlight those energy concern repairing items if they fail. It helps to enhance the operational and energy efficiency.

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Power and Energy Society General Meeting, 2011 IEEE

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24-29 July 2011