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|Title:||Energy management handbook 6th ed.||Authors:||Wayne C. Turner & Steve Doty||Keywords:||Power resources--Handbooks, manuals, Energy conservation-Handbooks, manuals||Issue Date:||2006||Publisher:||The Fairmont Press, Inc.||Abstract:||Since its ﬁ rst edition was published more than two decades ago, Energy Management Handbook has remained the leading reference of choice used by thousands of energy management professionals for one fundamental reason. With this new edition, Dr. Turner and Mr. Doty continue to bring readers both the cutting-edge developments they need to know about, as well as the broad scope of practical information they must have to accomplish real and signiﬁ cant energy cost reduction goals. No other single publication has been as inﬂ uential in deﬁ ning and guiding the energy management profession. This new sixth edition builds upon and is no less essential than its predecessors. Comprehensive in scope, it provides today’s energy managers with the tools they will require to meet the challenges of a new era of predicted rising energy costs and supply uncertainties—ongoing developments which seem certain to impact virtually every aspect of the cost of doing business in the decades ahead. The new edition also examines the impact of the passage and implementation of the Energy Policy Act of 2005, which puts in place new energy efﬁ ciency requirements for government facilities, as well as energy-efﬁ ciency-related tax incentives for commercial buildings. As evidence continues to lend credence to the reality of global climate change, a growing number of businesses are seeing the “good business sense” of reducing greenhouse emissions and developing sustainable, green facilities. The sixth edition of Energy Management Handbook includes substantial new material on sustainability, high performance facilities and related technologies. In many ways the evolution of Energy Management Handbook has paralleled that of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) in meeting the needs of and setting the standards for the modern energy management profession which has emerged since the 1970s. Therefore, it seems very appropriate that the publication of this important new sixth edition ofﬁ cially kicks off AEE’s 30th anniversary celebration. As our organization completes its third decade of serving more than 8,000 members in 77 countries, it would be nearly impossible to overstate the impact that Energy Management Handbook has had for those we serve. The book is an ofﬁ cial reference and preparatory text for AEE’s Certiﬁ ed Energy Manager (CEM) program, the most widely recognized professional credential in the energy management ﬁ eld, having certiﬁ ed more than 6,000 professionals since its inception in 1981. In addition numerous large corporations have selected Energy Management Handbook as their ofﬁ cial corporate energy management reference. There is no doubt that Energy Management Handbook will continue its role as the indispensable reference for all energy managers who must meet the daunting energy supply and cost control challenges which lie ahead.||URI:||http://dspace.uniten.edu.my/jspui/handle/123456789/13423|
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