Nine Areas of Compressed Air Systems Optimisation Opportunities Based on International Case Studies
The author presents and quantifies the nine most common areas of feasible energy management opportunities of an average sized compressed air system based on his experience conducting 55 compressed air systems optimization assessments in 16 countries.
Each of the nine areas of opportunity is prioritized and showcased, with interesting case studies and revealing examples from around the world. The reader is presented with a unique perspective, which could be generalized and replicated to optimize compressed air systems in order to achieve financially attractive results.
Albert Williams Energy Engineer Self-Employed
Albert is an energy engineer and international energy trainer. He has trained 75 energy training courses worldwide to over 1500 professionals, and has 14 years of practical experience in 160 energy audits, including 55 industrial compressed air system optimization assessments.
He is an international trainer and course material developer for the CEM® and CEA™ courses, and does regular work for the United Nations (UNIDO) as an international expert and trainer on compressed air systems optimization, and as a technical energy expert for other international training providers.
Albert received the AEE Young Energy Professional of the year award in 2018 for the sub-Saharan Africa region, and was also recognized with the Energy Professional of the year award in 2018 by the SAEEC. He qualified as a CEM® in 2008, and is also certified as a CEA™, REP™, CMVP®, and CASO Expert.