PURPOSE AND BACKGROUND
All professionals including engineers require continuous updating of knowledge, state of the art skills and identification of new applications. Pakistan Engineering Council with its objective of introducing and ensuring Continuing Professional Development amongst its growing community of professional engineers has planned series of short courses in addition to many other academic and professional activities.
In the last few decades the energy scarcity has become one of the major issues in the world. The issue becomes more serious especially for the developing countries, where the indigenous resources are insufficient to meet the national needs. Present spate of energy crisis in Pakistan is the worst this country has ever faced in its entire history. An energy audit is an inspection, survey and analysis of energy flows for energy conservation in a building, process or system to reduce the amount of energy input into the system without negatively affecting the outputs.
In Pakistan, presently there is very little knowledge of Energy Management and Audits among technical professionals, Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) and energy audit firms.
The purpose of this course is to enhance the awareness and train our engineers about Energy Management Audits and the New Trends.
- Energy Efficiency Scenario in Pakistan
- Energy Standards & Labelling Regime
- Energy Management
- Energy Audit Methodology
- Energy Audit Reporting
- Energy Audit Tools
- Case Studies
- Introduction to ISO 50001
REQUIREMENTS TO ATTEND THE COURSE
- Faculty members from public and private sectors
- All registered engineers by PEC and engineering students.
- All professional engineers by PEC
PROFILE OF RESOURCE PERSON:
Mr. Asad Mahmood is associated with the Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Sector since last eleven years. He is the member of the technical committee of the World Energy Council, Certified Productivity Specialist and Trainer on Energy Efficiency and Green Productivity. He has played a vital role in the approval process of the National Energy Efficiency & Conservation Act 2016. The legislation has opened new doors / avenues for promoting, implementing and achieving Energy Efficiency and Conservation in the country, under a legal umbrella. As trainer/consultant, he has conducted numerous onsite and classroom based customized and general trainings on various topics pertaining to energy efficiency, mitigation and clean technologies for industrial professionals, university and school students across Pakistan. He is known for his effective contributions in developing and implementing various projects and programs successfully with development partners which lead to significant energy and monetary savings. His untiring efforts with the support of his team have led to successful launch of the Energy Efficiency Standards and Labeling Regime in Pakistan and will give the consumers an informed choice to buy energy efficient products. Mr. Asad is presently working with Energy Conservation Fund –National Energy Efficiency & Conservation Authority (NEECA), Ministry of Water and Power, Islamabad. He is always brimming with a passion to learn about making a difference in the society with practical solutions.