TITLE: Warehouse facility energy efficiency assessment model
AUTHORS: Mirza Berković, Samir Dzaferović, Emir Kavazović
ABSTRACT: The aim of this paper is to investigate the formal structural elements of the energy efficiency assessment system of a warehouse facility as part of a complex distribution system. The problem of work starts from the fact that there is still no single method of assessing the energy efficiency of warehouse facilities that would unequivocally evaluate the planned and taken corrective measures, given the lack of methods related to such intensive construction. In this paper, we determine the final consumption systems of the warehouse facility and the supply systems of the warehouse facilities. The goal of a successful assessment model is to look at the financial and environmental benefits of individual measures, point out the possibilities of reducing costs and the cost-effectiveness of investing in energy efficiency measures of warehouse facilities. A successful assessment model should create the preconditions for determining clear economic criteria when setting priorities for the implementation of energy efficiency measures. The research findings show that it is possible to significantly improve the procedure for assessing the energy efficiency of warehouse facilities.
KEYWORDS: Warehouse facility, Inspection, Energy efficiency, Consumption reduction