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Energy Management is one of the most important components of our national strategy targets and energy policies, which have targets such as ensuring energy supply security, reducing foreign dependency, protecting the environment and increasing efficiency in the fight against climate change. Energy managers or Energy Managers with training-study-project certificates are responsible for the effective execution of energy management in industrial enterprises, Commercial and Public Service Buildings, Organized Industrial Zones, and Electricity Production Facilities.

The goal of energy management is to strengthen the competitive position of the enterprise by minimizing energy consumption and maximizing profits through the rational and effective use of energy in a business. It is a system consisting of a series of elements that are interrelated and affect each other, revealing the energy policy and targets and the processes and methods necessary to realize these targets. Energy Management; It is a disciplined work structured and organized in line with the more efficient use of energy without compromising product quality, safety and environmental conditions, without reducing the amount of production.

While optimizing energy within the framework of Energy Management, the production process must also be reviewed. Thus, in order to increase the quality and quantity of the product, the possibilities and the cause of the production losses can be revealed. The location and amount of any loss in closely monitored systems can be easily detected and costs can be reduced by taking precautions. Not only in terms of energy, the use of manpower, reduction in waste raw materials and improved product are other benefits triggered by energy management and are effective in reducing costs.

Examining the systems and developing the energy strategy enables the discovery of cheap, reliable and clean energy opportunities. Improvement opportunities and targets can be determined through product-based comparisons with national and international competitors.  

With the preventive maintenance and repair works within the framework of the energy management system, the performance of the equipment will increase and the life of the facility will also be extended. Monitoring and preventive maintenance and repair works will also reduce maintenance costs.  With alternative energy scenarios within the framework of the strategy on energy management, the facility will be prepared for any power cut or increase in energy prices.

Energy Managers should be able to connect cross-sections, encourage different departments, including purchasing, finance, marketing, design and other sector-specific groups, to work together on energy efficiency and create programs.

Since energy management is not limited to one department such as production, maintenance and quality, the support of all departments is very important for the success of the program. Securing the support of top management is another important factor that is crucial to the success of an energy manager. A sustainable and effective energy management program requires approval from top management. Without top-down support, energy management will be inadequate.

While Energy Managers have focused solely on energy consumption data, they must now also track other sources such as water and carbon emissions.

Energy management is not static, it is an ongoing process that must meet the challenges and demands that organizations will face. It should work collaboratively with key energy users to evaluate and change progress using Key Performance Indicators to ensure projects are supported and successful continuously.

Energy Managers must work collaboratively from the top management of the business to their customers, offering specific and actionable recommendations to explore energy efficiency opportunities, reduce consumption across the portfolio, and identify key performance indicators.

Energy Managers must be able to lead capital-intensive energy programs and ensure that projects are implemented correctly through executive meetings, stakeholder interviews and data analysis. This approach will help identify and prioritize energy projects, create organizational understanding, and engage and allocate resources to support program success.

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