This is the paperback edition of “Energy and Resource Efficiency without the tears – the complete guide to adding value and sustaining change in an organisation”.
840 pages, 1.4 kg. Two Books in one print edition: Volume I describes the drivers for energy and resource efficiency and sets out a universal framework to maximize value and sustain change. Volume II describes over 200 essential techniques, ranging from data analysis, to obtaining financing, and engaging people. There is also a Chapter on the ISO 50001 energy management standard.
All orders are individually printed and shipped direct from the print on demand service, LightningSource. Most markets have a free shipping option, as well as express delivery options.
The print edition includes free access to the companion files. When you have checked out you will be emailed a coupon code to access this comprehensive set of resources, which build on the contents of the books.
This is what people are saying about EREWTT:
“For anyone interested in a practical guide to improving resource and energy efficiency, this is the one and only book you need to own.” – Dr Steve Fawkes, Managing Partner, EnergyPro, author of “Energy Efficiency“
“A very practical book which covers all the bases for practitioners and students of energy and resource efficiency alike.” – Tim Sullivan, Director Energy & Property Compliance, Rolls-Royce.
“Niall Enright has produced a remarkably comprehensive manual for energy efficiency, which combines high-level insights and practical tips for developing and implementing projects and programs” – Donald Gilligan, President NAESCO
“An authoritative and comprehensive book that will help any organisation justify and implement an effective energy and resource efficiency programme” – Ray Gluckman, former President of the Institute of Refrigeration
“Niall Enright’s ‘Energy and Resource Efficiency: Without the Tears’ may be the definitive resource for making sense of energy efficiency and all of its attendant benefits. Niall resists issuing imperatives or moral ultimatums. Instead, he begins with the practical wants and needs of decision-makers, and shows how energy efficiency satisfies those priorities. Accordingly, the reader is rewarded with discussions of investments instead of costs, solutions instead of projects, and opportunities instead of distractions. A timely alternative to searching through thirty years worth of literature.” – Christopher Russell, Visiting Fellow, Industrial Programs, American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, author of “Managing Energy from the Top Down“