Introducing Energy Management Information System in the Public Buildings
About the Project
The Project supported the Ministry of Mining and Energy in acquiring and setting up the Energy Management Information System in Public Buildings (EMIS). EMIS has been developed and donated to the Republic of Serbia by UNDP. EMIS is intended primarily for monitoring and analyzing data on consumption and costs of energy and water in public buildings in competence of local self-governments, the province, and the national level. Thus, EMIS shall be used to establish a national data-base on actual consumption of energy, energy raw materials and water in public buildings. Nevertheless, irrespective of its primary purpose, its concept design is flexible which enables it to be used with equal success also for buildings which are the responsibility of other institutions and organizations, indirect budget beneficiaries, commercial buildings and public enterprises. In order to establish the EMIS, the Ministry of Mining and Energy provided the hardware and the system software and in cooperation with the UNDP carried out training courses for system administrators and the first group of end users. After one year testing in a number of pilot municipalities the EMIS was tailored and adjusted for use in Serbia and prescribed by the Ministry of Mining and Energy as one of the mandatory tools for energy management in municipalities.
- Fully established EMIS in public buildings in Serbia for monitoring the energy and water consumption along with associated costs.
- Established comprehensive electronic data base on energy and water consumption in public buildings that is used for calculation of energy efficiency indicators and identification of energy efficiency projects.
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|Ministry of Energy, UNDP, Voluntary Contributions||2016||993,154.00||$|
|Ministry of Energy, UNDP, Voluntary Contributions||2015||43,058.00||$
|Ministry of Energy, UNDP, Voluntary Contributions||2014||201,553.00||$|
|Ministry of Energy, UNDP, Voluntary Contributions||2013||137,438.00||$|
|Ministry of Energy, UNDP, Voluntary Contributions||2012||131,877.00||$|