E n e r g y  &  L i f e   A u d i t

Table of Contents

"How to Make Money Through Energy Auditing"
(Books Vol.1 & 2)  

i. 200 ECO's
ii. Acknowledgement 
iii. Preface 

1. The Fascinating Realm of Energy Auditing 

2. Introduction to Energy Audit
2.1 Energy Audit What? Why? How? 
2.2 Energy Scenario in India
2.3 Methodology Adopted for Energy Audit
2.4 Presentation of Energy Audit Report
2.4.1 Bankable Proposals
2.4.2 Energy Audit Report to Industries
2.4.2.1 Preliminary Energy Audit Report
2.4.2.2 Detailed Energy Audit Report
2.5 Units and conversion factors

3. Mass and Energy Balance
3.1 Mass Balance
3.2 Energy Balance
3.3 Steam and Water Balance

4. Energy Auditing
4.1 Energy Auditing - Systems Approach
4.1.1 Thermal Systems
4.1.1.1 Boilers
4.1.1.2 Steam Systems
4.1.1.3 Furnaces
4.1.1.4 Insulation & Refractories
4.1.1.5 Co-generation
4.1.1.6 Waste Heat Recovery
4.1.1.7 Thermic Fluid Heaters
4.1.1.8 Cooling Tower
4.1.1.9 Water Treatment
4.1.2 Electrical Systems
4.1.2.1 Systems Study
4.1.2.2 Motors
4.1.2.3 Lighting Systems
4.1.3  Mechanical Systems
4.1.3.1 Compressed Air Systems
4.1.3.2 HVAC & Refrigeration Systems
4.1.3.3 Pumps 
4.1.3.4 Fans & Blowers 
4.2 Energy Auditing - Sectoral Approach
4.2.1 Questionnaire - General 
4.2.2 Cement Industry
4.2.3 Textile Industry
4.2.4 Paper Industry
4.2.5 Sugar Industry
4.2.6 Aluminium Industry
4.2.7 Power Stations, Transmission Systems
4.2.8 Building and Commercial Sector
4.2.9 Fertilizer Industry
4.2.10 Glass & Ceramic Industry
4.2.11 Steel Industry
4.2.12 Road & Transport Sector
4.2.13 Chemicals
4.2.14 Chlor Alkali
4.2.15 Petrochemicals & Petroleum Refineries
4.2.16 Food
4.2.17 Engineering Industry
4.2.18 Railways
4.2.19 Port Trust
4.2.20 Miscellaneous 

5. Energy Management
5.1 Brain Storming 
5.2 Energy Monitoring and Targeting 
5.3 Energy Conservation Implementation Programme 
5.4 Energy Conservation Awards

Annexure
A1 List of State Designated Agencies
A2 List of accredited auditing agencies
A3 Brochure of Seperion Engineers (P) Ltd.
A4 Website on Energy conservation 
A5 ESCO's in India 
A6 Renewable Energy Consultants
A7 Energy Efficiency Equipments
A8 Energy Auditing Instruments Type your paragraph here.

Table of Contents

"ISO AUDITING MADE SIMPLE" (Vol.3)


CHAPTER - I

  • 1. Introduction to ISO


CHAPTER II - ISO 50001 (EnMS)

  • 2.1 Introduction to ISO 50001
  • 2.2 EnMS - Self Assessment Checklist for Gap Analysis
  • 2.3 ISO 50001: 2011 - EnMS AUDIT REPORT
  • 2.4 Energy Audit Procedure’s Manual


CHAPTER III - ISO 14001 (EMS)

  • 3.1 Introduction to EMS
  • 3.2 ISO 14001-Self Assessment Checklist for Gap Analysis


CHAPTER IV - ISO 14064 (GHG)

  • 4.1 ISO 14064 An Introduction
  • 4.2 ISO 14064-1 Self Assessment Checklist for Gap Analysis
  • 4.3 GREENHOUSE GAS REPORTING


CHAPTER V - ISO 18001 (OHSAS)

  • 5.1 Introduction to ISO 18001
  • 5.2 ISO 18001-Self Assessment Checklist for Gap Analysis


CHAPTER VI - ISO 22000 (FSMS)

  • 6.1 ISO 22000 INTRODUCTION
  • 6.2 ISO 22000 - Self Assessment Checklist for Gap Analysis


CHAPTER VII - ISO 9001 (QMS)

  • 7.1 Introduction to ISO 9001
  • 7.2 ISO 9001-Self Assessment Checklist for Gap Analysis


CHAPTER VIII - ISO 13485

  • 8.1 Introduction to ISO 13485
  • 8.2 ISO 9001-Self Assessment Checklist for Gap Analysis


CHAPTER IX - ISO 20000

  • 9.1 Introduction to ISO 20000
  • 9.2 ISO 20000-Self Assessment Checklist for Gap Analysis


CHAPTER X - ISO 27001

  • 10.1 Introduction to ISO 27001
  • 10.2 ISO 27001-Self Assessment Checklist for Gap Analysis


CHAPTER XI - ISO 22301:2013

  • 11.1 Introduction - ISO 22301 (BCMS)
  • 11.2 ISO 22301-Self Assessment Checklist for Gap Analysis


CHAPTER XII - ISO 28000: 2007

  • 12.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 12.2 ISO 28000: 2007-Self Assessment Checklist for Gap Analysis


CHAPTER XIII - ISO 31000 - Risk MGT.

  • 13.1 Introduction to ISO 31000
  • 13.2 ISO 31000-Self Assessment Checklist for Gap Analysis


ANNEXURE

  • A1 Certification Bodies in India
  • A2 GLOSSARY
  • A3 Bibliography
  • A4 Websites