A BEST PRACTICE DATABASE FOR ENERGY MANAGEMENT INITIATIVES IN THE MINING INDUSTRY

World Mining Congress
The Australian Government’s Energy Efficiency Opportunities (EEO) program launched in 2006 obliges companies that use more than 0.5 PJ (petajoule) or roughly 139 GWh (gigawatt hour) per year to conduct an energy assessment in order to identify measures to improve energy efficiency. The opportunities identified by the mining sector were assembled in the Mining Significant Opportunities Register that permitted companies not yet embracing and adopting an energy management program to see what those who are, were doing and how much energy was saved, and helps disseminate best practice. The measures can be filtered by company, year, category or equipment type.
Keywords: energy; mining; energy efficiency; database; Databases; Mining industry; Data;
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