Energikartläggning av Försäkringskassans lokaler: rekommendationer för ett fortsatt energieffektiviseringsarbete
Independent thesis Advanced level (professional degree), 20 credits / 30 HE creditsStudent thesis
With new energy directives in place, the Swedish Social Service (SSS) stands before
the challenge how to reduce the energy demand in its locales. It is a complex matter,
as the locales are rented from various property owners and it becomes a question of
how to reduce the operational electricity and influence the property owners to work
more with energy efficiency. This thesis takes a balanced research approach in three
parts. Firstly a qualitative part in form of interviews with personnel at the SSS and its
property owners, secondly a quantitative part of descriptive nature in form of energy
statistics and thirdly a literature review of Energy Management (EM) Supply Chain
Management(SCM), Green Supply Chain Management(GSCM) and Enviromental
Performance Indicators (EPI). This in order to be able to give normative
recommendations of how the SSS should act to reduce its energy consumption in its
locales and provide new insights on how EM, SCM, GSCM and EPI can be applied in
effect. The results show that the Swedish Social Service should act in the following
areas to control its energy efficiency: statistics and follow-up, locale strategy and
operational electricity. To get efficient statistical material the SSS should update their
registers of property owners, update guidelines for energy statistics reporting and
continue with the same collection method for data (e-mail survey) to get continuity.
The literature review and interviews show that a segmentation of suppliers (property
owners) based on factors like area in property, good relations, area of local and
energy performance indicators should be useful as to know how to distribute
resources to enable energy efficiency. Finally, the study shows that various locales has
high rates of idling loads and have a energy saving potential of 10-15%.
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2013. , 63 p.
UPTEC STS, ISSN 1650-8319 ; 13037
Energy efficency, Energy mapping, Locales, Energy management, Enviromental Management, Supply Chain Management, Green Supply Chain Management, Enviromental Management, Performance Indicators
Energikartläggning, Energieffektivisering, Nyckeltal, Leverantörskedjehantering, Grön leverantörskedjehantering, Energimanagement, Miljömanagement
IdentifiersURN: urn:nbn:se:uu:diva-208234OAI: oai:DiVA.org:uu-208234DiVA: diva2:651416
Systems in Technology and Society Programme
2013-06-24, Å64119, Lägerhyddsvägen 1, 751 06, Uppsala, 16:41 (Swedish)
Andrésdóttir, Elísabet, univ.adj.Lennerfors, Thomas, univ.lekt.