It is well known that the control of energy consumptions in a building or in an organization enables to improve the energy performance (EP). The measurement plan defines the procedure for the design, deployment, utilization, maintenance and improvement of a distributed measurement and monitoring system (DMS). A DMS is able to measure and analyze the EP of the organization according to factors that influence the operation of the site. The paper suggests a method of assessment of a DMS based on different criteria. The paper focused on the criterion of the Level of Coverage. The authors suggest the definition of a Level of Coverage Numeric Indicator (LoCNI) that evaluates the capacity of the DMS to track consumptions by zones and by uses.

Assessment criteria for a distributed energy measurement and monitoring system

Cristaldi, Loredana;Tironi, Enrico
2017

Abstract

It is well known that the control of energy consumptions in a building or in an organization enables to improve the energy performance (EP). The measurement plan defines the procedure for the design, deployment, utilization, maintenance and improvement of a distributed measurement and monitoring system (DMS). A DMS is able to measure and analyze the EP of the organization according to factors that influence the operation of the site. The paper suggests a method of assessment of a DMS based on different criteria. The paper focused on the criterion of the Level of Coverage. The authors suggest the definition of a Level of Coverage Numeric Indicator (LoCNI) that evaluates the capacity of the DMS to track consumptions by zones and by uses.
Conference Proceedings - 2017 17th IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering and 2017 1st IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Europe, EEEIC / I and CPS Europe 2017
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