Energy management

Energy management

Managing energy use effectively is a key step towards meeting the world’s growing energy needs whilst mitigating the negative effects of climate change. Energy management is an essential strategy for every organisation that seeks to minimise its exposure to energy risks and reduce its carbon footprint and resource use. The publications listed below address concepts and strategies related to effective energy management.

  • Corporate social responsibility (CSR) framework - An energy management tool
  • EI ESOS Toolkit 2nd edition
  • Energy Essentials: A guide to energy management
  • CIBSE Guide A: Environmental design
  • CIBSE Guide B: Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Set - Guides B1-B4
  • CIBSE Guide C: Reference data
  • CIBSE Guide D: Transportation systems in buildings
  • CIBSE Guide E: Fire engineering
  • CIBSE Guide F: Energy efficiency in buildings
  • CIBSE Guide G: Public health engineering
  • CIBSE Guide H: Building Control Systems
  • CIBSE Guide J: Weather, solar and illuminance data (CD-ROM)
  • CIBSE Guide K: Electricity in Buildings
  • CIBSE Guide L: Sustainability
  • CIBSE Guide M: Maintenance Engineering and Management
  • Capturing Solar Energy (CIBSE Knowledge Series)
  • Comfort (CIBSE Knowledge Series)
  • Commissioning Variable Flow Pipework Systems (CIBSE Knowledge Series)
  • Energy surveys
  • Financial investment in energy efficiency
  • Green Roofs (CIBSE Knowledge Series)
  • How to Design a Heating System (CIBSE Knowledge Series)
  • Making Buildings Work (CIBSE Knowledge Series)
  • Managing Your Building Services (CIBSE Knowledge Series)
  • Reclaimed Water (CIBSE Knowledge Series)
  • Refrigeration (CIBSE Knowledge Series)
  • Refurbishment for Improved Energy Efficiency: An Overview (CIBSE Knowledge Series)
  • Sustainable Low Energy Cooling: an overview (CIBSE Knowledge Series)
  • UK Legislation relating to energy
  • Understanding Controls (CIBSE Knowledge Series)
  • Variable Flow Pipework Systems (CIBSE Knowledge Series)
  • South East Europe Energy Outlook 2016/17