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Volume 266, 2019International Conference on Built Environment and Engineering 2018 - “Enhancing Construction Industry Through IR4.0” (IConBEE2018)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Environmental Sciences and Engineering (ESE)|
|Published online||20 February 2019|
Energy Performance Evaluation of Two Automotive-Part Manufacturer Based On Astra Green Energy Rating System
1 Politeknik Manufaktur Astra, Informatics Management Department, Komp. Astra International Tbk Gedung B Jl. Gaya Motor Raya no 8 Sunter II Jakarta, 14330, Indonesia
2 Politeknik Manufaktur Astra, Building Construction Engineering Department, Komp. Astra International Tbk Gedung B Jl. Gaya Motor Raya no 8 Sunter II Jakarta, 14330, Indonesia
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Energy audit is essential to reduce energy consumption for a sustainable industry. Cost reduction through energy saving benefits the industry to stay competitive in the market and reducing its carbon footprint. Manufacturing industry energy usage is characterized by high consumption in heating and cooling process. The paper presents the walk-through audit results of two automotive-part manufacturing companies. Both companies are categorized as small and medium companies that consume energy below 6000 toe/year. Firstly, companies submitted document to the auditor. Desktop evaluation was performed to calculate and rate current energy performance rating. Then, a walk-through audit was performed to finalize the companies energy performance rating based on Astra green energy rating system. Analysis based on companies energy performance indicators are presented to show potential energy saving.
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