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Dr. Zhen-Ru Teng

College of Tourism, Dalian University, Dalian Liaoning 116622, China

 

Talk Title
Budget Hotel Composite Index Model of Energy Consumption and Turnover

Talk Abstract
 

In order to use the composite indicators of building energy consumption/ building area and energy cost/ building area of the hotel for budget and control, these two single indicators were usually used for evaluation separately in the past. For example the EEBPP (Government Energy Efficiency Best Practice Program) in Britain adopted two indicators of £/ (100m3·annum) and GJ/ (100m3·annum) to evaluate the energy performance of a hotel. The two indicators cannot be combined into a composite indicator to compare. However the evaluation results of the two indicators are often inconsistent and contradictory, which is a problem that needs to be solved. Now we discuss how to use the regression analysis method of the Energy Star to combine two single indicators into one, so that the evaluation results can avoid the drawbacks in the past. In order to make Energy Star regression analysis applicable to composite index, suppose the energy cost C is equal to the building energy consumption E times local electricity price k, C = kE. That is to convert one of the indicators kE/A to E/A, so as to unify the dimensions of the two indicators to get the equivalent actual energy. The regression analysis method is adopted, taking the composite indicators of energy consumption/ building area and energy cost/ building area of the budget hotel (two-star and three-star hotel) as an example. The equivalent energy use intensity (equivalent EUI) of composite indicators of 30 budget hotels are selected as the sample, and establish the regression equation to get the equivalent predicted energy Y. The independent variables of Y consist of the total number of guest rooms N, the building area A, heating degree days HDD, cooling degree days CDD, the number of workers W. To convert the various energy sources of the hotel into equivalent electricity, it is called power supply coal consumption method. Then the equivalent actual energy of electric energy times the standard coal coefficient is converted into standard coal. The equivalent energy utilization rate equals equivalent actual energy/equivalent predicted energy. Through the simulation test of the budget hotel composite index model, we provide a model of prediction and control of the budget hotel composite index.

Short Biography

Zhen-Ru Teng received the Master degree in foreign linguistics and applied linguistics from Foreign Languages Department, Dalian Maritime University, China, in 2003, and Ph.D. degree in tourism management from Faculty of Management and Economics, Dalian University of Technology, China, in 2018. She is currently a lecturer at college of tourism of Dalian University.

 
Talk Keywords
Hotel, Composite Index, Equivalent Energy Consumption, Equivalent Energy Cost, Regression Analysis, Equivalent Energy Utilization Rate.
 
Target Audience
Researchers, Government policy makers, Industrail leaders, Students, General publics
 
Speaker-intro video
TBA
 

Zhen-Ru Teng received the Master degree in foreign linguistics and applied linguistics from Foreign Languages Department, Dalian Maritime University, China, in 2003, and Ph.D. degree in tourism management from Faculty of Management and Economics, Dalian University of Technology, China, in 2018. She is currently a lecturer at college of tourism of Dalian University

The International Conference on Innovative Applied Energy (IAPE’18)