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Welcome to the SCOoPE Energy Manager Test.
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You will need to have at least 50% of the answers correct, to pass the exam.
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Webinar 1 – SCOoPE project – Saving Cooperative Energy
The SCOoPE project is financed by
The Spanish government
The European Commission
The Polish government
The sectors analyzed by the project are:
Wineries, tobacco dryers, and pig meat.
Olive oil, sunflower oil, fruits and tomato.
Dairy, drying, meat and poultry and fruit and vegetables transformation.
The Diagnosis tool is
Software to be used only by the project partners.
Software to be used by anyone visiting the project’s website.
Software delivered to the Commission in private.
Webinar 2 – State of the art EN 16247, CIRCE
Scope of the energy audit…
Must be agreed upon between the organization to be audited and the energy auditor from the beginning, and be taken into account for the elaboration of the energy report budget.
Must be defined while energy auditor analyzes data.
Will be according to BREF documents for each industrial sector.
Will be according to standard UNE-EN 16247-1 part 1 General Requirements.
The development of energy audits in the industrial sector in the EU...
Is mandatory for all companies.
Is mandatory for all SME companies.
Is mandatory for all Non-SME companies.
Is mandatory for all Non-SME companies, except those that have already implemented Energy/Environmental Management Systems.
The proposals of energy efficiency measures...
May or may not be included in an energy audit, depending on the scope agreed with the company.
May or may not be included in an energy audit, depending on the results obtained from the analysis performed during the audit.
Will always be included in an energy audit, although its level of detail depends on the scope agreed with the company.
Will determine the investments to be committed in energy efficiency by the company in the next four years.
Webinar 3 – Instructions for the Diagnosis tool, CIRCE
The diagnosis tool is a software to asses:
Energy behavior on agroindustry´s operating in every sector
Energy behavior on agroindustry’s operating in meat and poultry sector, fruit and vegetables transformation sectors, arable crops sector and dairy sector.
Power requirement on agroindustry´s operating in every sector
The compulsory data for diagnosis tool are:
Company name, energy consumption and production information
Measured energy consumption
Power factor load
Every equipment must be linked:
One or more processes
Two or more processes
Webinar 4 - Thermal Energy Efficiency in Industry, ENEA
The efficiency of a steam generator is:
Ratio between useful thermal energy in output and incoming chemical energy
Carnot's cycle performance
Always greater than 90%
Which of the following quantities is not a measure of energy efficiency?
Thermal efficiency of a boiler
Kg of steam needed to sterilize 1 ton of product
Power of an internal combustion engine
What is the process that usually requires more thermal energy in the agri-food industry?
Webinar 5 - Electric energy efficiency in industries, UPM
In a monthly period of 30 days, in an industry, the electrical energy consumption is 9000 kWh, and the peak demand is 50 kW. The load factor for that period is:
If in an industry there is a significant cost of reactive energy, the usual technical measure to reduce this cost is:
Install efficient motors and lamps
Install efficient cooling equipment
Install efficient capacitor banks
The ISO standard that aims to maintain, improve and certify an energy management system is:
Webinar 6 – Energy efficiency in Electric motors, CIRCE
An IE1 efficiency class requirements engine has power11 kW, 4-poles and 50 Hz working in nominal power 6.000 hours a year is replaced by other similar which fulfills IE3 efficiency class requirements. What energy does it allow to save a year?
Approximately 3.000 kWh/year
Approximately 45.000 kWh/year
If an IE1 efficiency class requirements engine is replaced by an IE3 efficiency class requirements engine doesn´t save energy
Approximately 150 kWh/year
High efficiency engines are recommended in the following cases:
If the engines have less than 4.000 hours of annual operation
In some processes where the engines are not working at maximum power
In old installations
When older engines have to repaired or replaced
What profit do you get from installing variable frequency drive?
Saving up to 40% energy
Increased lifespan of all component
All the above are correct
Webinar 7 - ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN FOOD INDUSTRY AND COMBINED HEAT AND POWER, ENEA
A combined Heat and Power plant:
Produces only heat, usable for industrial and civil processes
Simultaneously generates electricity and heat from a single source, near the point of use
Produces electricity that is supplied in the grid, and discards the residual heat in the atmosphere
Based on which parameter is usually sized a cogeneration plant in a company?
Electrical energy demand
Thermal energy demand
Electrical and thermal demand
If a company that has a cogeneration plant needs to generate large amounts of heat in a discontinuous way, it will have to vary widely the "power to heat" ratio of the cogeneration plant. Toward which cogeneration technology it will be more likely to be oriented?
Cogeneration with alternative motors
Cogeneration with Fuel Cells
Cogeneration with steam turbines
Webinar 8 - Energy Efficiency in Food Industry and Renewable Energies, UPM
The cost of gas or diesel is, in most countries:
Between 200 and 800 euros per GWh
Between 20 and 80 euros per MWh
Between 0,2 and 0,8 euros per kWh
The cost, fully installed with all its components, of a photovoltaic system without batteries, is in most countries:
Below a euro per watt-peak of panels
2 to 3 euros per watt-peak of panels
4 to 8 euros per watt-peak of panels
Efficiency is determined with the COP, which is 1,5 to 4, in a conventional heat pump in real conditions, and go to be with a geothermal system:
From 0,5 to 1,5 with geothermal
From 5 to 6 with geothermal
Approximately double with geothermal
WEBINAR 9 - Efficient generation of steam and hot water in Food industry, ENEA
Boiler blowdown refers to:
An operation periodically used to reduce total dissolved solids and particles in the boiler make-up water.
A water treatment necessary to control the acidity in the boiler water
A water treatment necessary to remove dissolved gases in the boiler water
The boiler efficiency (ηb)
Can be considered as the product of the fuel combustion efficiency (ηc) and the economizer efficiency (ηe)
Can be considered as the product of the cost of the fuel feeding the boiler (cf) and the heat loss from the boiler (hl)
Can be considered as the product of the fuel combustion efficiency (ηc) and the heat exchanger efficiency (ηh)
Is a thermal process that allows elimination of any dangerous pathogen from processed food
Is an operation during milk processing in which the high temperatures decrease the content of lactose that may cause difficulties in milk digestion
Is a thermal process in food industry that may allow an energy saving to the company
Webinar 10 – Total site Energy management schemes ISO 50001, CIRCE
An internal audit must ensure that the energy management system
Is in accordance with ISO 50.001
Complies with the legal requirements of the country
All of the above are correct
Which of the following requirements of ISO 50001 are true?
An energy measurement plan has to be defined
The standard does not contain calibration requirements
Objectives and targets are the same thing
The energy revision is not mandatory. It is just a recommendation
What kind of company could be certified under Energy Management System?
Non- SMEs companies
All kinds of organization, regardless their size or their activity
All the above aren´t correct
Webinar 11 - Utilities and Horizontal Energy Efficiency in industries, CIRCE
In order to design an efficient lighting system, it is necessary to take into account:
The use of electromagnetic ballast
The use of high colour temperature lights
A high ratio Lumens / Watts
The use of lights with high chromatic reproduction index
If any of the materials that make up a wall is unknown, and the only method to know the U-Value is using the U-Value Meter, the parameters that are required to be measured are:
Indoor and outdoor temperature
Indoor and outdoor temperature, indoor convection coefficient and indoor surface temperature
Indoor and outdoor temperature, and indoor and outdoor surface temperature
Indoor and outdoor temperature and the surface of the wall
A grid analyzer allows you to measure…
Voltage, current and power parameters
Webinar 12 - Lean Mapping and Process Energy Efficiency, UPM
Availability is the factor of the Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) metric that represents:
The percentage of the total operators that can be assigned to a process, equipment or workstation during the uptime
The percentage of the total time “supposedly” available related to the time in which the process, equipment or workstation can actually be working and in operation
The average percentage of materials available when needed to be processed at a process, equipment or workstation
The EFFECTIVE CAPACITY can be calculated as:
MAXIMUM CAPACITY multiplied by OEE
ACTUAL THROUGHPUT divided by RATED THROUGHPUT
MAXIMUM CAPACITY multiplied by AVAILABILITY
The Lean & Green philosophy is characterized by:
Using the Extended Value Stream Mapping methodology to assess the environmental impacts of a product from cradle to the grave
Cycles of continuous improvement aimed at the simultaneous reduction of Lean wastes and Green wastes
Using the Lean & Green Overall Equipment Effectiveness as a major Key Performance Indicator
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