Energy Efficiency and conservation
Course Description
Sub – Title: Energy efficiency and conservation solutions and techniques in buildings, transportation and industry, with introduction to renewable energy as well as ISO50001energy management system. Introduction: Energy efficiency and energy conservation are distinctly different; however, both play a role in reducing the amount of energy used. Energy efficiency is about reducing the energy intensity of a process or activity so that less energy is required to provide the same product or service. This can be achieved by introducing more efficient technologies, equipment or processes. On the other hand, whilst definitions of energy conservation differ, it is generally more related to culture, human behavior and operational procedures. It typically means using less energy by reducing use (e.g. turning off equipment when alternatives are available) or by eliminating unnecessary activities and energy losses, rather than using less energy to accomplish the same thing. Participants can expect at the end of the course to be familiar with: • Energy efficiency • Energy conservation • Renewable Energy ISO50001 • Global Case studies
The Training Course Will Highlight ?
Training Objective

The participants will be able to:
• Understand and implement Energy efficiency concept
• Understand and implement Energy conservation concept
• Differentiate between different renewable energy systems
• Use and implement ISO50001
• Design and implement an Energy efficient and conserved system

Target Audience

Target Audience
The course is well designed to give wide glance about the energy efficiency and conservation to cover most of the vital topics.
The target audiences for this course are:
• Electricity Technicians
• Electricity Engineers
• Energy management responsible
• ISO 5001 auditors

• Environment responsible
• Environment departments managers
• Buildings and facilities managers
• Utilities Engineers
• Utilities managers
• Renewable energy responsible


Training Methods

This interactive training course includes the following training methodologies as a percentage of the total tuition hours: -
• 30% Lectures
• 30% Workshops & Work Presentations
• 20% Case Studies & Practical Exercises
• 20% Videos, Software & General Discussions
The course instructor may modify the above training methodology before or during the course for technical reasons with no prior
notice to participants.

Daily Agenda

Daily Topics
DAY I. Energy efficiency and conservation
• Basic definitions
• Energy Efficiency techniques
• Conservation techniques
• Overall efficiency
• Thermal pollution
• Energy Efficiency solutions
• Energy challenges
DAY II. Energy efficiency in buildings and transportation
• Building Energy Rating
• Thermal Survey
• Energy efficient equipment
• Transportation Energy consumption
• Fuel technologies
• Energy conservation tips in transportation
DAY III. Energy conservation in Industry
• Industry equipment energy
• Industry thermal energy
• Energy audit
• Conservation tips
• Responsible consumption
• Energy pyramid
DAY IV. Renewable energy and ISO50001 management system
• Energy mix
• Different renewable energy sources
• Renewable energy success stories
• ISO50001 Energy management system
• Energy performance
• Energy management system requirements
• Energy planning
• ISO50001 implementation and operation
DAY V. Energy efficiency successful case studies
• Moldova case study
• National energy efficiency targets
• Legal frame work
• Main priorities and needs
• Washington county Energy plan
• Setting Energy goals and strategies
• Energy use profile
• County operations and timeline


CDGA attendance certificate will be issued to all attendees completing minimum of 80% of the total course duration.

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Course Rounds : (5 -Days)

Code Date Venue Fees Register
EE221-01 12-08-2024 London USD 6950
EE221-02 06-10-2024 Dubai USD 5450
EE221-03 09-12-2024 Istanbul USD 5950
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  • Start date 12-08-2024
  • End date 16-08-2024

  • Country United Kingdom
  • Venue London

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