The governmental sector is one
of the notably growing sectors. As this sector accompanies various growth
developments, it is already witnessed in the country and will ultimately double
the volume of energy consumption.
Optimal use of electric power in
governmental sector :
- Establish a specialized
unit to monitor the loads and the application of methods to raise the
efficiency of the use of electric
- Carry out a review of the guidelines
for the optimal use of air conditioning, lighting, and insulation as per the
leaflets issued by the Company.
- Change work pattern and shift
the electric load to out of peak time (1 pm – 5 pm).
- Use of
spare generator for electric feed during peak time in coordination with the
out periodic maintenance during summer season.
- Use of
the auto control system for air conditioning loads and separate it from other
- Use of
high efficiency machinery and replacement of the old with new ones of high
the power factor (not less than 0.9) to reduce losses and make full use of
production during summer and increase it during winter.
- Teach the
workers about the importance and the various methods to conserve electricity.
in the time-varied tariff program (free of charge) to help reduce loads and lower
instructions to the employee :
with the following instructions will contribute effectively to the
rationalization of electricity consumption, namely the reduction of the
proportion of public waste to electric power consumption by 30%. We hope you will graciously comply with the
following guidelines :
- Ensure that air conditioners are switched
OFF after work hours.
- In case a central air
conditioning system is in use, other units must be switched OFF or vice versa
to conserve electricity.
- Do not leave doors and windows
open while air conditioners are in use.
- It is necessary to switch OFF office
lights after work hours.
- Disconnect electrical appliances
after work hours.
- As much as possible, take full advantage
of the natural light.
A table illustrates the consumption of electric devices :