IMPLEMENTACIÓN DE UN SISTEMA DE GESTIÓN DE ENERGÍA EN EL DEPARTAMENTO DE INGENIERÍA DE PROYECTOS DE LA UNIVERSIDAD DE GUADALAJARA
Martínez González, Daniel
Robledo Hernández, José G.
Quintero Hernández, Luis Héctor
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The University of Guadalajara is the second largest university in Mexico hosting more than 260 000 students, plus professors, researchers and administrative staff. The monthly electricity consumption amounts to about 4GWh (about 360,000 dollars per month), being one of the companies that more electric energy demands in the State of Jalisco. One of the first actions taken to reduce the consumption and cost of energy in the University has been the realization of energy audits in some university units, as well as the installation of photovoltaic systems. However, little has been addressed from the point of view of energy management, so this paper presents a management system that is being implemented in a university unit, based on the international standard ISO-50001: 2011; the purpose of the standard is to improve energy performance according to the cycle of continuous improvement (plan-make-study-act), allowing to obtain economic benefits in short term, in addition to the reduction of greenhouse gases. The results will allow us to evaluate the intervention process in the rest of the University.
- CIDIP 2017 (Cádiz)