Recommended Practice for Energy Management in Industrial and Commercial Facilities

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This IEEE recommended practice was conceived in the early 1970s shortly after the oil embargo. The purpose was to publish an engineering guide for use in electrical design for energy conservation. The purpose of this recommended practice continues to be one of providing a standard design practice to assist engineers in evaluating electrical options from an energy standpoint. Hence, it is a recommended practice for energy management in design and operation of an lectrical system.
This recommended practice is not intended to be one to set minimum values for regulatory (law making) purposes. The ntent is rather to establish engineering techniques and procedures to allow efficiency optimization in the design and peration of an electrical system considering all aspects (safety, costs, environment, those occupying the facility, anagement needs, etc.). Other national standards are mentioned where applicable for reference by the reader. State nd local governments usually adopt some or all of these national standards, which makes them law, and on occasion, he governing body prepares its own standard(s).

General discussion
IEEE Std 739-1995, IEEE Recommended Practice for Energy Management in Industrial and Commercial Facilities (commonly known as the IEEE Bronze Book) is published by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) to provide a recommended practice for electrical energy management in industrial and commercial facilities. It has been prepared by engineers and designers on the Energy Systems Committee of the IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Department (ICPS) with the assistance of the Production and Application of Light Committee (PAL).
This recommended practice will probably be of greatest value to the power-oriented engineer with some design or operation experience with industrial and commercial facilities. It can be an aid, however, to engineers and designers at..
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