Reporting

Reporting within a MT&R system has a number of functions:

• to create motivation for energy saving actions;

• to report regularly on performance;

• to monitor overall utility costs;

• to monitor cost savings.

Within most organizations, the need for the type of information generated by a monitoring and targeting system varies with level and responsibility. Typically as the need moves from the operational level in the plant or building operation to the senior management level the requirement for detail diminishes, as does the frequency of reporting.

Operations staff need energy control information to stimulate spe-

Table 1-10. Control Chart Calculations for Production Example

Month

Production lb.

Total Process Energy, MMBtu

Predicted Process Energy MM—B tu

Variance Actual-Predicted MMBtu

CUSUM M M—Bt—u

Target Process Energy MM—B tu

Variance Actual-Target

MMBtu

Jan 02

S9,S00

1S7,S43

144^6

- 7,2 33

-7, 233

5, 820

Meb 02

1S7,S20

10S,3S1

24M1

-6, 985

97 ,73 2

9, 888

Mar 02

t5,S40

94,63-0

96 ,77 0

- 2,1 40

-9, 125

8S,1S6

6, 524

Mpr 02

t3,S00

10 2,6 49

91 ,46 9

1 1,1 79

2, 054

83 ,29 3

19t35S

May 02

S4,S80

15 2,8 45

15S,0S7

- 2,2 33

- 178

141 ,04 9

11, 796

Jun 02

S7,S20

17 1,7 92

160 ,37 8

1 1,4 14

11, 235

145 ,86 2

25, 930

Jul 02

S1,S80

12 6,7 54

128 ,57 4

- 1,8 20

9, 416

116 ,98 4

9, 771

Aug 02

t0,S60

8 4,9 05

86 ,16 9

- 1,2 63

8t15S

78 ,48 0

6, 426

Sep 02

S9,S40

12 0,5 10

12S,2S3

- 2,7 63

5, 389

112 ,17 1

8, 339

Act 02

S3,S60

10 8,0 51

112 ,67 2

- 4,6 21

768

10S,5S5

5, 556

Aov 02

t0,S60

8 7,4 91

86 ,16 9

1,3 22

2, 090

78 ,48 0

9, 011

MeS 02

t3,S00

8 9,3 79

91 ,46 9

- 2,0 90

-0

83 ,29 3

6, 086

Jan 03

S6,S60

13 1,2 55

139 ,17 5

- 7,9 21

-7, 921

12S,6t0

4, 645

Seb 03

S0,S20

14 4,8 86

147 ,12 6

- 2,2 40

- 10, 161

13S,8S9

11, 057

Mar 03

S3,S60

14 5,8 82

- 6,5 45

- 16, 706

138 ,64 2

7, 240

Apr 03

S0,t60

15 8,7 60

165 ,67 9

- 6,9 19

- 23, 625

15S,6S5

8, 086

May 03

t0,S60

8 1,1 02

M 8S,1S9

- 5,0 67

- 28, 691

78 ,48 0

2, 622

Jun 03

t4,S20

8 6,2 34

94,1M0

- 7,8 86

- 36, 577

85 ,69 9

535

Ml 03

S9,S00

12 9,6 13

144,4S6

-1 4,8 63

- 51, 440

131 ,42 3

-1, 810

Mug 03

S1,t20

9 8,7 10

- 8,6 61

- 60, 101

97 ,73 2

979

Mep 03

t6,S32

8 8,2 33

98 ,36 0

-1 0,1 27

- 70, 228

89 ,55 0

-1, 317

Md: 03

S9,S40

11 2,6 43

12S,2S3

-1 0,6 30

- 80, 858

112 ,17 1

472

Mov 03

M8,480

9 2,9 12

10S,0S1

- 9,1 59

- 90, 018

92 ,91 9

-7

Mto 03

S4,S80

14 2,1 98

15S,0S7

-1 2,8 79

-1 02, 897

141 ,04 9

1, 149

Jan 04

S0,t60

14 7,4 53

165 ,67 9

-1 8,2 26

-1 21, 123

15S,6S5

-3, 222

Feb 04

S2,S40

14 7,2 31

149 ,77 7

- 2,5 46

-1 23, 669

13S,2S6

10, 995

Mar 04

S1,S80

12 3,3 59

128 ,57 4

- 5,2 15

-1 28, 884

116 ,98 4

6, 376

Figure 1-23. Control Chart for Production Example

cific energy savings actions; while senior managers need summary information with which to guide the organization's energy management effort. This is depicted in Figure 1-24. One report for all will not result in the appropriate decisions being made, and actions being taken.

The format of the reports is unique to each organization. In general, reporting of information should be integrated into the organizational management information system.

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