This course presents the actions, policies, strategies and management systems required by Energy Managers to effectively manage facilities energy use and liaise with day-to-day operations. An overview of various energy-dependent business operations such as: fleet, procurement, and less energy intensive related alternatives will also be presented. Where possible, field trips to actual sites to see energy monitoring, DDC, asset and Maintenance management systems and to discuss day to day issues with field experts will be scheduled.
- 50% in CESA 5100
- Not offered this term
- This course is not offered this term. Please check back next term or subscribe to receive notifications of future course offerings and other opportunities to learn more about this course and related programs.
Upon successful completion, the student will be able to:
- Prepare basic corporate energy policy and guidelines and apply Standard Operating Procedures in energy management.
- Identify and organize operations related to energy management.
- Illustrate various building automation and controls strategies that can be used to reduce energy demand.
- Outline opportunities for improving how existing buildings operate by recommissioning or continuous commissioning.
- Outline peak demand control and related opportunities as well as integration with energy monitoring systems.
- Explain maintenance systems in relation to energy management.
- Distinguish between scheduled, preventative, and predictive maintenance.
- Relate asset management systems in relation to energy management.
- Monitor and report energy consumption for buildings and various operations.
- Analyze Key Performance Indicators, major variables impacting energy, CUSUM and real time monitoring.
- Reduce energy or fuel consumption, costs and greenhouse gas emissions related to transportation.
- Prepare business cases in regular and industrial fleet energy management.
- Discuss the role that alternative fuel vehicles (e.g.: Natural Gas and Electrical, fuel cell for fork lifts) play in energy management.
- Identify energy saving opportunities in operation and maintenance staff management.
- Outline process optimization of industrial facilities.
- Compare tools such as LEAN and Six Sigma.
- Review operations and maintenance rating systems.
- Illustrate the concept of Eco industrial /community operations.
Effective as of Fall 2012
Operations Management (CESA 5400) is offered as a part of the following programs:
School of Construction and the Environment
- Sustainable Energy Management
Advanced Certificate Part-time
Interested in being notified about future offerings of Operations Management (CESA 5400)? If so, fill out the information below and we'll notify you by email when courses for each new term are displayed here.
Programs and courses are subject to change without notice.