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DIN EN 16231:2012-11

DIN EN 16231:2012-11

Energy efficiency benchmarking methodology; German version EN 16231:2012

Méthodologie de benchmarking de l'efficacité énergétique; Version allemande EN 16231:2012

Energieeffizienz-Benchmarking-Methodik; Deutsche Fassung EN 16231:2012

2012-11 /Active
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EN 16231 (2012-09)

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Reemplaza a: DIN EN 16231:2011-01

This standard specifies the main principles, namely definition, requirements and procedures, for Energy Efficiency Benchmarking Methodology on energy use in industry and other sectors.The purpose of Energy Efficiency Benchmarking is to establish the (specific) energy consumption of comparable industrial and other processes with the aim to identify ways (best practices) to improve the own performance.The focus of the standard is on the manufacturing industry, in particular the energy intensive industry, but the standard can also be used in other sectors. The standard is applicable to all types of Energy Efficiency Benchmarking, both external (competitive) as well as internal.The standard describes the essential quality requirements of the Benchmarking Methodology in general and more specifically how these requirements apply to Energy Efficiency Benchmarking. These requirements deal with participation, boundaries, correction factors, data collection, data processing/handling and reporting.The standard gives guidance on the setting up of Energy Efficiency Benchmarking, including participation coverage, securing confidentiality of the data/results and the use of an independent body/consultant.The standard describes how to establish the boundary of the process that is being benchmarked and how all energy flows (both direct and indirect), feedstock(s) and (by)product(s) crossing this boundary are to be taken into account.The energy efficiency of the process is the specific energy consumption of the main product(s) of the process. This energy efficiency is in principle independent of the technology or the feedstock that is used. The standard describes how in specific cases a correction factor may be used to allow for a level playing field.The standard further gives guidance on the data collection, the data processing/handling and the reporting of the results.
Analysis, Benchmarking, Comparison, Conception, Data collection, Definitions, Energy consumption, Energy economics, Energy performance, Enterprises, Improvement, Innovation, Objective, Organization, Planning, Pollution control, Qualifications, Quality, Quality assurance, Quality improvement, Systemology
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