Israel

Energy Sources Regulations (Monitoring Energy Consumption Efficiency, 1993)

Executive
Regulation/Rules
Passed in 1993
This bills mandates the appointment of an energy efficiency monitor in any plant whose annual energy consumption is less than 300 tonne-equivalent fuel oil of other fuels, or any corporation established by law or pursuant to a law unrelated to its energy consumption; the person responsible must be a graduate of an energy commissioners' course at an approved institution or have passed a test by the experts' committee that appointed the commissioner.

The person in charge will be responsible for ensuring speedy repair of faults resulting in loss of energy, to prevent supply of energy to where it is not needed, to take actions to maximise energy efficiency, to guarantee installation of monitoring equipment to train and educate employees etc.

Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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