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Advances in new equipment, new processes and new technology are the driving forces in improvements in energy management, energy efficiency and energy cost control. The purpose of this book is to document the operational experience with web based systems in actual facilities and in varied applications, and to show how new opportunities have developed for energy and facility managers to quickly and effectively control and manage their operations. You'll find information on what is actually happening at other facilities, and see what is involved for current and future installations of internet-based technologies. The case studies and applications described should greatly assist energy, facility and maintenance managers, as well as consultants and control systems development engineers.

ISBN : 0-88173-501-9
8½ x 11, 545 pp., Illus., Hardcover
ORDER CODE: 0552

 

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CONTENTS

PART I: INTRODUCTION
1 – Introduction to Case Studies & Applications of Web Based EIS & ECS Systems
2 – Web Resources for Web Based Energy Information & Control Systems

PART II: WEB BASED EIS CASE STUDIES
3 – The Utility Report Cards: An Energy Information System for Orange County Public Schools
4 – Open Energy Information System at the University of Central Florida
5 – Information, Behavior & the Control of Heat in Multifamily Buildings: A Case Study of EIS Use in Buildings Performance Improvement
6 – Smart & Final Stores: A Case Study in Web Based Energy Information Collection

PART III: WEB BASED EIS APPLICATIONS
7 – Measured Success: Constructing Performance Metrics for Energy Management
8 – Using Standard Benchmarks in an Energy Information System
9 – Using WAGES Information for Benchmarking & Operational Analysis
10 – The Power of Energy Information: Web Enabled Monitoring, Control & Benchmarking
11 – Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS): Evolution of a Maintenance Management Program
12 – Using Virtual Metering to Enhance an Energy Information System
13 – Providing EPA's Energy Performance Rating Through Commercial Third Party Hosts
14 – Web Enhanced GIS Platform with Open Architecture for Electric Power Utility Networks

PART IV: WEB BASED ECS CASE STUDIES
15 – Intelligent Use of Energy at Work: A Detailed Account of Saving Energy & Cost at the Wellness Center of the University of Miami
16 – Machine to Machine (M2M) Technology in Demand Responsive Commercial Buildings
17 – Mission Critical Web Based Building Monitoring & Control Systems
18 – Facility Energy Management via a Commercial Web Service
19 – Evolution to Web Based Energy Information & Control at Merck & Co., Inc., Rahway, NJ
20 – Interoperability of Manufacturing Control & Web Based Facility Management Systems: Trends, Technologies & Case Studies

PART V: WEB BASED ECS APPLICATIONS
21 – State of Practice of Energy Management, Control & Information Systems
22 – Review of Advanced Applications in Energy Management, Control & Information Systems
23 – Load Forecasting
24 – Upgrade Options for Networking Energy Management Systems
25 – A Plan for Improved Integration & Web Based Facility Management Services for Large University
26 – Overview of Digital Control & Integrated Building Automation Systems in K-12 Schools

PART VI: HARDWARE & SOFTWARE TOOLS & SYSTEMS FOR DATA INPUT, DATA PROCESSING & DISPLAY
27 – Wireless Sensor Applications for Building Operation & Management
28 – Net Centric Architectures
29 – Enterprise Level Integration Using XML & Web Services
30 – Utility Data Web Page Design: Mining the Data
31 – Developing an Energy Information System: Rapid Requirements Analysis

PART VII: ENTERPRISE ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
32 – Defining the Next Generation Enterprise Energy Management System
33 – Data Quality Issues & Solutions for Enterprise Management Applications
34 – Connecting Energy Management Systems to Enterprise Business Systems Using SOAP & the XML Web Services Architecture
35 – Facility Total Energy Management Program: A Road Map for Web Based Information Technology in the Egyptian Hotels Industry

PART VIII: FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES FOR WEB BASED EIS & ECS
36 – History of Enterprise Systems and Where They Are Headed Now
37 – Building Control Systems & the Enterprise
38 – Why Can't a Building Think Like a Car? Information & Control Systems Opportunities in New Buildings
39 – Conclusion

Glossary, Index