Energy efficiency simply means using less energy to do the same work. Every machine inside or outside an industrial facility uses and wastes energy. Over time the technology that these machines operate on has improved, allowing them to use more and waste less. The concept of replacing or retrofitting ‘energy inefficient’ machines is simple to understand but often very challenging to implement.
UNLOCKING ENERGY EFFICIENCY IS OFTEN COMPLICATED
WE MAKE IT SIMPLE
First, we need information about the energy consumption of a machine. So that we can identify if the machine is consuming more energy than its rated power or its technological alternatives in the market. Then the correct technology must be chosen to retrofit or replace the inefficient machine. The cost of this process must be weighed against its energy-saving potential. If it is a cost saving proposition, it must be financed. Then this new technology or retrofit must be installed and commissioned to do the work of its predecessor but much more efficiently. Finally, we need to be able to monitor and verify these savings to prove the cost savings generated through this process.
This ‘simple’ process often gets hampered by a lack of information, technical capacity, technological availability, capital budgeting priorities or even lack of organizational influence of the machine operator to suggest let alone implement energy efficiency measures.
We have a simple solution: let us collect the information, identify your opportunities, calculate their profitability, finance and procure the technology, install it within your facility and use energy data to verify the savings generated.
You get energy savings from Day 1. We get a share of the savings for a fixed time period. After that, 100% of the savings are yours free of cost.