Circular 02/2014/tt-Bct: Regulatory Measures Used In Energy Saving And Efficiency For The Industry

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MINISTRY OF COMMERCE
Number: 02 /2014/TT-BCT
THE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM.
Independence-Freedom-Happiness
Hanoi, January 16, 2014

IT ' S SMART

Regulation of measures to use savings energy And efficiency. for the industry. p

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The Law base uses the energy savings and efficiency of June 17, 2010;

Base of Protocol 95 /2012/NĐ-CP November 12, 2012 the Government regulates the functions, duties, powers, and organizational structure of the Ministry of Commerce;

Base of Protocol 21 /2011/NĐ-CP March 29, 2011 of the Government Regulatory Regulatory and Measure Use of the Use of Saving Energy and Effectiveness;

The Minister of Public Trade in the Department of Public Affairs regulates the measures to use energy savings and efficiency for industries as follows:

Chapter I

GENERAL REGULATION

What? 1. The adjustment range

This message is about:

1. Use the energy savings and efficiency for general processes in industrial production.

2. Management measures and solutions that use energy savings and efficiency in the chemical industry.

What? 2. Subject applies

This information applies to:

1. Industrial manufacturing facilities are regulated at 1 Article 9 The Law of Use of Saving Energy and Efficiation Energy.

2. The agencies, organizations, other individuals are involved.

What? 3. Explain words

1. General process in industrial production (abbreviated as general processes) are processes that provide, transform, store and use energy in manufacturing at industrial manufacturing facilities.

2. kOE is the equivalent of a kilogram of oil equivalent: regulation at Appendix I, this information.

3. IEER is the composite energy efficiency index, the kW/kW.

4. IPV is the total number of synthetic loads-fully understood as the composite energy efficiency index; the kW/kW.

5. Energy efficiency index (SEC) is the energy level used on a product unit.

Chapter II

USE OF SAVINGS AND EFFICIENCY ENERGY FOR GENERAL-USE PROCESSES.

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GENERAL REQUEST

What? 4. Energy usage performance

The performance of using the energy of the general use processes is defined:

1. Through the conduct of the energy audit at the industrial production facility.

2. Energy audit is conducted according to the process at Annex IV Digital. 09 /2012/TT-BCT April 20, 2012 regulations on planning, reporting implementation of the use of energy savings and efficiency; performing an energy audit.

What? 5. Management using the energy savings and efficiency for the general user processes.

1. The efficiency of energy efficiency and energy efficiency goals of the general process must be reflected in the annual plan and the five-year plan for the energy use of the industrial production facility.

2. Effective use of the energy of the general process processes and the extent to achieve the goals of energy efficiency according to the plan of the general use processes must be presented in the energy audit report, the situation report using the annual quantity. Five.

3. Effective use of the energy of the general process must ensure the required requirements at this level.

4. Industrial manufacturing facilities must have a research plan to deploy energy savings solutions and other practical energy savings solutions by regulation at this Smart.

5. Energy savings solutions must be studied, complementary and updated regularly.

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USE OF SAVINGS AND EFFICIENCY IN THE FUEL COMBUSTION PROCESS.

What? 6. General Request

1. The performance of the combustion processes must be controlled to ensure the best fire regime. To ensure the optimal burn process, the amount of residual gas must maintain at least two main components including: CO 2 = 14.5-15%, O 2 = 2-3%.

2. The amount of air-grade air for the combustion and component of emissions is measured in evaluation through a periodic monitoring system or periodic measurement of the use of the measuring device or analysis from the outside.

3. Selection of the right thermal appliances, high performance ensures energy efficient and efficient use of energy.

4. Build a fuel processing process to ensure the performance of the fire process.

What? 7. The solutions that use energy savings and efficiency during fuel combustion are used.

1. Required for gas fuel: ensure the ratio between fuel and air level to achieve optimal burn performance.

2. Demand for liquid fuel

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b) temperature control;

c) Maintenance of periodic taps.

3. Required for solid fuel (coal):

a) The optimal size of the different types of incineration: as specified at section 1.1 Annex II This Information;

b) Ensure optimal humidity: as specified at section 1.1 Annex II This Information;

c) Ensure that the degree of copper of the combustion fuel: as specified at the 1.1 Annex II of this index.

What? 8. Choice of thermal and fuel equipment suitable

1. The choice of thermal and fuel equipment is consistent with the technology that ensures efficient and efficient use of energy savings and efficiency.

2. Increase the use of biomass force fuel instead of traditional fuel forms.

3. Increase the mechanization and automate the process process.

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USE OF SAVINGS AND EFFICIENCY IN THE THERMAL SYSTEM AND COLD SYSTEMS.

What? 9. Requiing and solution to the thermal hierarchy

1. Using the energy savings and efficiency in the thermal system must meet the following requirements:

a) The thermal performance of industrial boilers: a minimum of 70% when burning coal, 80% when burning oil and gas.

b) The pressure in the duct system must be less than 3 bars.

c) The heat loss on the pipe must be less than 5%.

d) The pipeline system is expanding, dislocated, and not leakage.

e) Design of a slightly guaranteed distribution system for this 2 Annex II index.

2. The solutions

a) For the boiler:

-Optimization of fuel combustion;

-Using high-performance heat exchange equipment;

-The bottom of the boiler.

b) For the thermal transmission system:

-Make sure the heat is good;

-Prevent system leaks;

-Advantage of the heat of the water's waste stream.

What? 10. Required for other thermal systems

1. Fuel and thermal-loading environments need to ensure quality requirements according to the design requirements.

2. Heat system must be periodically maintenance.

3. The system of thermal and moderate pipelines must be designed to ensure the lowest heat loss.

What? 11. Requiing in the cold system

1. Device selection, the right technology.

2. The minimum COP efficiency index by regulation at section 2.2 Digital News 15 /2013/TT-BXD September 26, 2013 by the Secretary of the Construction Department of the National Technical Standards Board of Construction Works using efficient energy (the following call for a Digital Digital). 15 /2013/TT-BXD).

3. The cold system must have a high IPLV and IEER coefficient.

What? 12. The solutions use efficient and efficient energy in the cold system.

1. optimize the heat exchange of the process.

2. Secure the efficiency of thermal exchange surfaces.

3. The power adjustment is consistent with the system ' s load.

4. Use a multi-level refrigeration system.

5. Use a cold storage system for low-time refrigeration hours used during rush hour.

6. Design, maintenance of periodic system maintenance of the cold system.

7. Monitoring the quantity and quality of the cold environment.

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TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE EXHAUST FROM FUEL COMBUSTION SYSTEMS, THERMAL SYSTEMS, HEAT TRANSMISSION.

What? 13. General Request

1. Take advantage of the exhaust for other heat use processes or to make electricity.

2. The amount of emissions and application potential: by regulation at the Third Appendix II.

What? 14. Waste Disposal solutions

1. Installation of heat exchange using heat exhaust heat for the water level.

2. Installation of the waste heat through the water injection device.

3. Use the thermal turbine, the torque system, the thermal pipe system and gas exchange equipment to the gas.

4. Heat recovery from the smoke, cooling water, engine exhaust, low pressure steam, oven exhaust, boiler bottom.

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USING ENERGY SAVINGS AND EFFICIENCY IN AIR CONDITIONING, HOT WATER.

What? 15. General Request

1. Use the savings and efficiency energy to the air conditioning system and the prescribed hot water level at Section 2.2 Digital Information Level 1. 15 /2013/TT-BXD.

2. Design of air conditioning and hot water regulation at the Digital Information System. 15 /2013/TT-BXD.

3. The heating of hot water for manufacturing processes must follow the process of technology. The effectiveness of these supply systems is guaranteed through the work efficiency of the thermal and thermal systems.

What? 16. The solutions that use savings and efficiency energy in the hot water level system

1. Use solar power.

2. Use the excess water from the production process.

3. Use a vapour or residual heat from the production process to spice up the living water.

4. Use heat from the regulatory system.

5. Use the heat pump system.

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PREVENT ELECTRICAL LOSS

What? 17. General Request

The system must be designed to avoid the following types of losses:

1. Power damage.

2. Damage caused by deflation.

3. Small power coefficient.

4. Machine failure.

5. Increase the cost of buying electricity due to peak operating hours.

What? 18. Power loss solutions in the system

1. Increase transmission voltage. The benefits of high voltage transmission are outlined in section 4.1 Appendix II This Information.

2. The wire selection with the material and the appropriate reagent.

3. The variable engine performance must be guaranteed to be between 85 %-95%.

4. Use of the logical use of transplants through:

a) Select a reasonable variable volume;

b) Economic transport of transmable stations;

c) Distribution of the appropriate load between the transformer;

d) The variable station is located near the dynamic devices;

e) Do not use a stable for the dynamic circuit when the voltage oscillation occurs with no large frequency;

g) The voltage adjustment of the MBA is consistent with the side load;

h) Replace, maintenance, repair of the logical transformer.

5. Balance the phases in the system using electricity.

6. Advanced the system's power coefficiers through the use of devices with higher power numbers or the use of offset.

7. reasonable charge of charge management: as specified in the 4.2 Annex II of this index.

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USING ENERGY SAVINGS AND EFFICIENCY IN ELECTRIC MOTORS

What? 19. General Request

1. Replace low-performance engines with high performance motors.

2. The engines with the following properties need to be considered for replacement:

a) The engine running low under 60-70% of the capacity capacity;

b) The motor operates with a determined capacity but the valve output output, the wind leaf with an expansion of less than 60-70%;

c) The engine runs overload in some significant operating time periods;

d) The engine used with time beyond the lifespan allowed not to be overhauled;

e) The engine uses with significant variable capacity in the time of use but has not yet used the frequency variable;

g) Low performance motors;

h) The engine adjuvers speed by electrode to roto.

What? 20. The solutions that use savings and efficiency energy to the engine.

1. Maintenance of a supply voltage level with a maximum fluctuation margin of 5% compared to nominal value.

2. Reducing the phase imbalance in about 1% to avoid reducing the engine performance.

3. Maintenance of high-power coefficiers by mounting up in the position as close to the engine as possible.

4. Select the power of the appropriate engine to avoid low efficiency and poor power coefficiers.

5. Ensure that the load of the engine is greater than 60%.

7. Apply the proper maintenance policy for the engine.

8. Use the speed controller (VSD) or two speed levels for the appropriate applications.

9. Use the frequency variable for engines with variable power variable in time of use and the motors adjust the speed by electrode to roto.

10. Change the broken, overload or non-loaded engines with high performance engines.

11. Quura the engines that are on fire at the assurance engineering services.

12. Optimize the transmission performance through maintenance and properly installed axes, chains, gears, and transmor.

13. Control the ambient temperature to extend the length of the insulation and reliability of the engine.

14. Maintenance, maintenance of the engine according to the manufacturer ' s designation and use of high quality oil or fat to avoid contamination or water.

15. Revenge of the resistance to the engines if necessary.

16. When replacing or installing the controller for the engines need to note the characteristics of the engine and the load specification to ensure that the improved method can operate effectively according to the technological process of the system.

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LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY AND LIGHTING MANAGEMENT IN THE MANUFACTURING PLANT, THE OFFICE OF THE BUSINESS

What? 21. General Request

The lighting system in the working room and the workshops in the industrial plants must meet the following requirements:

1. Make sure the brightness is needed at work positions.

2. Make sure the lighting uses the smallest use capacity.

What? 22. The solutions that use savings and efficiency energy in the lighting system.

1. To ensure effective lighting system, must comply with the following requirements:

a) Standard lighting design;

b) Use the right type of energy-saving lamp for the appropriate use regions;

c) Use the sensors to turn on or turn off the light on the request for use (light intensity sensor, moving sensor, time le);

d) Use a lamp to increase the effect of illumation;

e) Use effective accessories;

g) Use compensation to high power coefficiers.

2. For the office block: apply the regulatory engineering scale at section 2.3 Digital. 15 /2013/TT-BXD.

3. For manufacturing facilities: Vietnam standard application TCVN 7114:2002 (2008) for lighting systems working inside buildings. The proposed lighting margin for a number of typical industrial production facilities: as defined by this index 5.1 Annex II. When replacing the energy efficient lamps must be noted for the lighting characteristics of the lamps and the lighting requirements of the working areas to choose the appropriate lamps. The parameters of certain types of light are available: in accordance with the specified 5.2 Annex II.

4. The standards for effective lighting system: execute on the regulations at the Digital Information System. 15 /2013/TT-BXD.

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USING ENERGY SAVINGS AND EFFICIENCY IN PNEUMOLOGICAL SYSTEM

What? 23. Request to operate energy efficiency on the compressed air system.

1. Ensure that the gas level is effective for the required technology processes.

2. Using the technologies, gas compression equipment best suited to the system's use requirements. The criteria for the selection of the compressuris are in accordance with the specified 6.1 Annex II. Reduction of the losses during the supply of compressed air to the technology devices used.

What? 24. The solutions that use savings and efficiency energy in the pneumological system

1. Ensure that the input of the air into the comprestor: the input gases must be clean, dry and cool; the air temperature in the effect is important to the energy efficiency of the specified compressuris at the 6.4 Annex II. A decrease in the pressure in the input gas filters to avoid reducing the compression performance. The impact of the pressure drop through the air filter on the level of electricity consumption is specified at the 6.4 Annex II index.

2. Find and handle pneumological leaks and prevent leaks. Regularly check out the leaks and pressure losses in the entire system (monthly).

3. regulate the activities in the household consumption at the lowest possible pressure.

4. Close all gas supplies to non-operational devices.

5. Separate the single devices that use high-pressure compressed air.

6. The rate of collapse in the distribution tube system.

7. When there is one or more of the pressuris for a general distribution, the need to operate the compressurier so that the cost of compressed air production is the smallest.

9. Consider using a multi-level compresc.

10. Lower the pressure output as low as possible.

11. Avoid the higher pressure gas to the entire chain only to meet the needs of a high-voltage device.

12. Apply a systematic prevarable maintenance strategy for compressuris and auxiliary parts.

13. Make sure that the water condensate must be removed from the distribution system immediately or no water condensate.

14. Check the normal size views that can contain enough compressed air for large needs in the short term.

Chapter III

REGULATIONS ON THE CONSUMPTION OF ENERGY AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS IN TERMS OF ENERGY SAVINGS AND EFFICIENCY IN INDUSTRIES

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ENERGY EFFICIENCY INDICATORS AND IMPROVED LEVELS ENERGY EFFICIENCY

What? 25. Identilocate the energy consumption indicators and the level of energy efficiency improvement at the industrial production facilities in the region.

1. The Energy Performance Index (SEC) is determined by the regulatory process at this Annex III.

2. The energy performance index needs to be calculated on a typical output unit of the manufacturing sector (such as tons of product, a product unit ...). Where the manufacturing base has a wide variety of output products, it has to be made in order for a typical product.

3. The energy consumption index of the base must be compared to the standard energy index (or the average sector index) to determine the level of energy efficiency improvement that needs to be made.

4. The level of energy performance improvement is regulated depending on the industry, technology level, production scale, and manufacturing characteristics of the industrial production facility. The extent of the proposed improvement must be regulated by the planning stages.

5. Manufacturing facilities are responsible for reporting energy efficiency indicators and improved levels achieved compared to the plan in annual energy reports.

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IMPROVING ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY.

What? 26. Energy efficiency index and the level of efficiency improvement required for the chemical industry.

1. Analysis of the raw material rubber production.

a) The level of energy use (see section 1.1 Annex IV):

-For production facilities that have a design capacity of less than 5,000 tonnes/year: 44 kOE/tonne (finished);

-For production facilities that have a design capacity of 5,000 to less than 10,000n/year: 36 kOE/tonne (finished);

-For production facilities that have a design capacity of 10,000 tons per year or more: 28 kOE/ton (finished).

b) The level of performance elevation uses energy:

-For facilities that have a higher energy use of the regulation level: having to implement solutions that use savings and efficiency to achieve the level of energy according to regulation;

-For facilities that have an energy use of or below the regulation level: continue to maintain and improve technology aimed at improving energy efficiency.

2. Division of NPK fertilizer production

a) The level of energy use (see section 1.2 Annex IV)

-For production facilities that have a design capacity of more than 4,000 tonnes/year: 14.8 kOE/tonne (finished);

-For manufacturing facilities that have a design capacity of 4,000 to less than 9,000 tonnes/year: 16.8 kOE/ton (finished);

-For production facilities that have a design capacity of 9,000 metric tons per year or more: 19.7 kOE/ton (finished).

b) Advanced use of savings and efficiency:

-For facilities that have a higher energy use of the regulation level: Must implement solutions that use the energy savings and efficiency to achieve the level of energy according to regulation;

-For facilities that have an energy use of or below the regulation level: continue to maintain and improve technology aimed at improving energy efficiency.

3. Water Production Division

a) The level of energy use (see section 1.3 Annex IV):

-The level of average energy usage: 12.1 kOE/tonne (finished).

b) Advanced use of savings and efficiency:

-For facilities that have a higher energy use of the regulation level: Must implement solutions that use the energy savings and efficiency to achieve the level of energy according to regulation;

-For facilities that have an energy use of or below the regulation level: continue to maintain and improve technology aimed at improving energy efficiency.

4. Distribution Production Division

a) The level of energy use (see section 1.4 Annex IV):

-The level of average energy usage: 17.7 kOE/tonne (finished).

b) Advanced use of savings and efficiency:

-For facilities that have a higher energy use of the regulation level: Must implement solutions that use the energy savings and efficiency to achieve the level of energy according to regulation;

-For facilities that have an energy use of or below the regulation level: continue to maintain and improve technology aimed at improving energy efficiency.

What? 27. The efficient advanced solutions use energy in the industry with the chemical and chemical industries.

1. Analysis of the raw materials rubber processing

a) Using high performance motors;

b) Make the frequency for the lawsuit presses (packaging);

c) The gas from the firewood replaces the fuel/LPG fuel for the drying system;

d) The solution to the wastewater treatment system:

-Change from the surface gas.

-Biogas gas from the sewage treatment system.

e) Improving Energy Management.

2. Segal production of NPK

a) Reducing the number of circulation in the production process;

b) Use high performance motors;

c) Use the frequency variable that makes optimal for fans and pumps;

d) Use the cooling of the cooling process to fuel;

e) Improving energy management;

3. Division of paint production, solvent paint

-Using high-performance engines;

-Optimization of pneumological systems;

-Improve energy management.

Chapter IV

THE ORGANIZATION.

What? 28.

1. The monitoring organization, which examines the efficient management situation using energy in industrial production facilities.

2. Deploy the efficient management of energy according to the regulations at this Smart.

3. Identitiate, updating the level of energy use in industries as the basis for efficient management of energy use.

What? 29.

1. Coordinate with the General Energy Administration, the governor, examining the implementation of the energy efficient and efficient use of this information.

2. Check out the implementation of this information within the local management range.

3. Host, in collaboration with the Department of Inspection Managers, the governor, instruct the industrial production base to implement the regulations at this Smart.

What? 30. Terms of execution

1. This message has been in effect since 1 June 2014.

2. In the course of execution if there is an entangrium, localities, organizations, individuals with regard to the Ministry of Commerce in time for the amendment to be timely, added to the appropriate ./.

KT. MINISTER.
Chief.

(signed)

Quang Yang Quang