COMPETENCY COURSE FOR ENERGY MANAGERS:
Implementing an Energy Management System in Your Company
MERALCO POWER ACADEMY’S
STRATEGIC APPROACH ON ENERGY MANAGEMENT
Holistic and multi-disciplinary:
⦁ Importance of having an energy management system (policy, process, system, and methods) covering the management/leadership, organization, process & practices, culture, performance, improvements, and key result areas.
⦁ Covers technical aspects of energy management (from energy sources, equipment specification, purchasing, production process, operation and maintenance, meter data collection/retrieval, technical/financial analysis, forecasting and trending, etc.
⦁ Considers and integrates various disciplines impacting energy performance, system stability/reliability and economics such as renewables/imbedded generation, energy supply sources, load profile, production process, electrical/mechanical equipment design and proper/plant equipment operation and maintenance.
|Increasing Plant Efficiency while Savings on Maintenance Cost through Better Lubrication Practices||May 11-12||This 2-day course equips the participants with knowledge on proper lubrication contamination control, prevention/reduction, correct lubrication for equipment, transitioning on changing oils from running-hours to condition-based through oil analysis, and strategies to save cost on lubrication.|
|Implementing Reliability Centered Maintenance for Better Plant Efficiency & Reliability||May 20-21||This 2-day course equips the participants with the skill to efficiently maintain the reliability of an equipment by providing insights on the 6 failure patterns, limitation of preventive maintenance, maintenance team composition, mean-time-between-failure, FMEA, equipment failure modes, relationship between age and deterioration, P-F Interval failure, RCM decision worksheet, and different maintenance task. The course also includes tips on how to properly facilitates RCM analysis and its roadmap of activities.|
|Implementing Condition Based Maintenance: Total Approach to Failure Prediction & Analysis to Improve Plant Reliability||June 17-18||This 2-day course equips the participants with the knowledge on how to realize a greater equipment reliability & longevity while enhancing budgetary cost containment goals. The course also covers oil analysis, ISO:4406:99, CBM through thermography, vibration monitoring, ultrasonic monitoring, and how to start CBM strategy in your plant.|
|Economic and Financial Analysis of Renewable Energy||June 7-11||This 5-day course equips the participants with the knowledge on analysis of different renewable technologies including LCOE, financing, resource analysis and pricing. The course will be hands-on where participants take turns sharing the screen and demonstrate how you can construct renewable analysis that incorporates a variety of economic and financing issues emphasizing on practical techniques with current data.|
|Levelised Cost of Energy for Energy Storage with RE Technologies||July 12-16||This 5-day course enables the participants to measure the cost efficiently and accurately per unit of technologies such as battery storage, hydrogen, different types of solar technologies, new methods of off-shore wind and biomass. It will also equip them with the skill to construct your own independent levelised cost of energy models and understand the difference between levelised cost measured on a real and a nominal basis.|
|Understanding the Relationship Between Equipment Losses & Overall Effectiveness||August 20||This 1-day course equips the participants with the skill to calculate the overall effectiveness of an equipment, which is the primary measure of performance in Total Productive Maintenance (TPM); understand and implement solutions to prevent the 7 major equipment effectivity loss and ultimately reach a world-class performance based on the performance indicator of TPM.
|Cutting-edge Maintenance Strategy for Commercial & Industrial Establishments||September |
|This 2-day course equips the participants with the knowledge & skills on the 12 discipline of world-class maintenance management, best practices to adopt in maintenance repair operations store room and spare parts management, precision maintenance, different failure breakdowns, deriving the correct interval on doing maintenance on equipment, and integrating reliability centered maintenance to total productive maintenance.|
|Conducting Root Cause Failure Analysis: Understanding Causes of Machine Failures||October 14-15||This 2-day course enables the participants to conduct a deep-dive root cause failure analysis on machines to maintain a reliable plan operation. The course also discusses practical & systematic methods for analyzing performance problems and prevent them from recurring.