Showing posts with label Industrial Energy Efficiency. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Industrial Energy Efficiency. Show all posts

Thursday, 11 July 2019

Energy Saving = Higher Profitability?

Energy Saving = Higher Profitability?

Energy forms one of the largest components in production costs for majority of the manufacturing units. This is true whether a manufacturing process is energy-intensive or not. The energy costs have been consistently rising and the trend is likely to continue in the foreseeable future as India continues to grow. 

Make-in-India and Chinese slowdown are other factors which are seen as contributors to rising energy demand in India. The demand-supply gap will keep on rising especially in the power space as could be seen in the figure below.
Historic Power Generation Demand-Supply
                    Fig. 1 - Energy Cost Trend & Supply-demand Gap in India
In the current situation of intense competition cost control is one of the comparatively easier routes to improve profitability. In fact majority of the well-known Companies consider cost control as central objective of the finance department and purchase department. Market-driven factors aside, Companies are focused to improve the internal efficiency at all levels such as manpower efficiency, energy efficiency, equipment efficiency, procurement efficiency etc. With appropriate management processes in places the non-technical efficiency can be achieved.

With regards to technical efficiency it is mandatory for Companies to rely upon one of the easier routes of energy which forms a significant component (as high as 20% in some cases) of the overall cost of manufacturing. The good news, however, is that the energy can be controlled by implementing Energy Efficiency and Energy Conservation measures.
Energy Cost as part of Production Cost in Manufacturing

   Fig. 2 – Energy Cost as part of overall Production Cost
So are Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency different? While both contribute to the same goal i.e. reducing overall energy consumption in the facility without hampering productivity, quality and output., the 2 are different in terms of the path taken to achieve that goal.
Basically they are defined as -

Energy Conservation - To arrest leakages within the existing systems through plugging the leakages, altering operations and changing human behavior.

Energy Efficiency - Implementation of new-age equipment through retrofitting or replacement of existing systems which improves overall system efficiency thereby giving more output per unit of energy consumption. 

Sometimes the above two terms are used interchangeably which, as you could see, is not correct. Both the measures should be used collectively and not in isolation. Energy Optimization is a joint term to indicate both the above. For a plant to have optimum energy levels both Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency are necessary. Not just for saving on production cost but also as a sustainability measure.

Majority of the plants where we have conducted Energy Audit have had energy as a significant cost component in the range of 10% to 30% with a median of 17%. So any reduction in energy through Energy Audit or going for Renewable energy has a significant and direct impact on Company's profitability. Even assuming a basic 7% reduction in energy bills (power, fuel, gas, coal etc.) can result in a saving of 1.20% in the total cost of production.
Energy Audit Saving Calculations
           Fig. 3 – Energy Saving Calculations and Impact on Cost of Production
As can be seen in Fig. 3 above savings on energy can have a positive and direct impact on a Company's profitability through cost control. It is thus a mandate now for Energy-intensive Industries to carry out frequent Energy Audits. Irrespective of the type of industry a plant should carry out Energy Audit at frequent intervals. Ideally once every 2-3 years is a good time for Energy Audit to reveal good opportunities for Energy Saving.
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Monday, 14 January 2013

Energy Audit - Top 5 Reasons to go for it TODAY !

Energy Audit – Top 5 Reasons to go for it TODAY !

1.     Energy Audit which results in Energy Saving for a Plant translates into Significant Saving on Production Costs which can be anywhere from 5% to 10% depending on size of the plant and various other factors.
C  Energy is the 2nd largest component in the Production Cost. In 2012 - almost all the States of India hiked power prices with hike ranging from 5% to 30%. With ever-rising cost of Energy – Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency can directly impact P&L Statement. Energy Audit will thus result in significant Energy Saving - as mentioned in this post - Does Energy Audit really save Energy? [link]

2.    Energy Audit works for every single Plant or Commercial Facility as there is always scope for Energy Optimization through Energy Conservation & Energy Efficiency.
C  Every plant goes through some changes over a period of time. Moreover an external Energy Audit team works across departments and brings in rich experience gained from Energy Audit of several plants. This not only results in gaining fresh perspective of Energy saving possibility by an external team also results in bench-marking based on similar parameters.

3.  Energy Audit gives a positive orientation to Preventive Maintenance, Safety and Quality Control programs thereby improving the overall efficiency and output of existing system.
C  Energy Audit does not mean only studying the energy aspects but also a comprehensive study of the plant with respect to performance and output. As mentioned in the New Age Industrial Energy Audit [link] post - an Energy Audit includes several aspects of improvement in output at an Industrial plant with Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency as the central theme.
4.  Nearly all the Industrial Units and Commercial Complexes have a potential to save 10-15% on Energy Bills (in Electrical Power alone) and additional savings in Thermal Energy.
C  Verified by Government Agencies and hence BEE has selected Designated Consumers to carry out periodic Energy Audit. In any case an Industrial Plant or Commercial Facility is certain to gain from an Energy Audit which gives them an opportunity to periodically review their Energy goals and ensure optimum energy levels for the plant.
5.     Many of the Energy Saving measures recommended as part of an Energy Audit may require little or no investment but results in significant savings.
C  Energy Audit Report [link] - submitted at the end of the Energy Audit - consists of several recommendations including many which may require negligible or no investment – but can result in savings of 5 – 8%. Further savings possible through implementation of additional recommendations in the report.

To know more please read - Energy Audit : Why Should a Plant go for it [link].

If you are interested in a FREE Assessment of Potential Energy Saving in your plant and a Quote for Energy Audit - please download the questionnaire [link] and mail us the details on

Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Energy Audit :: Why should a Plant go for it?

Energy Audit :: Why should a Plant go for it?

Energy Audit is an exercise carried out for an Industrial Plant, Thermal Power Plant or a Commercial Facility as a first step towards achieving Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency. As mentioned in one of our previous posts it is a complex technical assessment which results in achieving optimum energy level. 

More often this crucial exercise is carried out for Industrial Plants or Thermal Power Plants as Energy forms a greater component in the production cost. With the ever-rising cost of Energy (Fuel, Coal etc.) and Grid Electrical Power it is a necessary step towards achieving optimum Energy level. The term Specific Energy Consumption (SEC) is commonly used to determine the energy required to manufacture or process a particular unit of plant output (eg. kWh / T for a Steel plant or litres / kWh for a D.G. Set etc.). For an Industrial Plant SEC may include all possible energy that has been used in the product manufacturing or processing and not just electrical power.

There are several reasons why a Plant should ensure a periodic and comprehensive Energy Audit (Thermal + Electrical)., majority of them are :
  1. Energy forms a major component in Production Cost and will continue to increase its share for an Industrial Plant as Energy costs are rising every day. In many cases it is the 2nd largest component in Production cost next only to Labor. Thus an Energy Audit can significantly and positively impact a Plant's Profit & Loss Statement.
  2. Any Industrial Plant undergoes a change due to expansion or modification or modernization - always presenting an opportunity for Energy Optimization. An Energy Audit will thus reveal potential areas to save energy and improve efficiency.
  3. Energy being a topic of high interest - constant innovation takes place with regards to modernization of equipment and retrofits for existing equipment. Energy Audit enables a plant to understand about continuous opportunities in a plant to achieve energy optimization. In fact our post on New Age Industrial Energy Audit focuses on this point.
  4. Several Energy-intensive plants may have a permanent Energy Auditor or Energy Manager. However there are several benefits of an external Energy Audit team which works across various departments - Electrical, Mechanical, Maintenance, Production etc. of a plant. Moreover an external team is better equipped to achieve Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency through energy audit as it brings a focused approach and past experience of several plants which enables in bench-marking including successful case-studies of past implementations.
  5. Contrary to the popular belief an Energy Audit in itself can actually save Energy (Does Energy Audit really save Energy?) without further investments as well. This is the case because the Energy Audit report which is submitted after the Energy Audit contains several key information about the plant such as energy consumption trend, energy calculations, areas for improvement etc. and of course the recommendations. 
  6. The Energy Audit report submitted at the end of the site visit phase (for measurement, collection of data, interaction with plant people etc.). The recommendations in the Energy Audit Report are not always requiring high investment and are in any case having a payback of less than 18 months or in some cases 24 months - which is generally acceptable to the Management. They are categorized into 3 types -
    • ZERO / Low investment recommendations - mainly related to operational changes or utilizing existing resources to optimize energy consumption.
    • Medium investment recommendations - typically the ones with requiring mid-size investments in retrofits or modifications in the existing system for Energy optimization.
    • High investment recommendations - the ones requiring larger investments. (The categorization value is specific to a plant based on various factor such as size, energy consumption, SEC etc.)
  7. Energy Audit in a Plant creates an awareness and a sense of urgency among the Plant personnels which in turn translates into further energy saving. It is established that simple methods of saving energy (such as manually Switching off an equipment when not in use) can be achieved through human intervention. Thus Energy Audit helps a plant to achieve further savings - however small without any investments !
  8. It gives a positive orientation to Preventive Maintenance. This is mainly because although Energy Audit focuses primarily on Energy optimization it also points out areas which can perform better with timely maintenance - thereby enhancing reduced downtime and improved output.
It is thus no surprise that several Plants opt for a periodic Energy Audit to keep a check on the overall Energy consumption and continually achieve Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency. Energy Audit is also a step towards green initiative as it results in achieving Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency. At a higher level an Energy Audit can go a long way in optimizing the consumption of Nation's natural resources. At the Global level an Energy Audit can be a small step towards reducing GHG levels.

Tuesday, 3 April 2012

Does Energy Audit really save energy?

Energy Audit is the first step towards Energy Conservation & Energy Efficiency. In fact Energy Audit itself may consist of 3 steps i.e. Preliminary Analysis, Walk-through Energy Audit (aka Express Energy Audit) and Detailed or Comprehensive Energy Audit.

The steps may sometimes be combined but some Companies may skip a step or in some cases combine them as well. Express Energy Audit is used by Companies to only estimate the potential energy saving in the plant. Although finding out visible areas of savings are possible through Express Energy Audit. With regards to Detailed Energy Audit., it definitely digs in deeper to identify all possible energy saving opportunities within the plant. A well-documented report with recommendations backed by data is the outcome of detailed Energy Audit. Do visit our website to know more about each type of Energy Audit.

There are definite reasons that Energy Audit is not viewed as a wholesome exercise by many. The variety of reasons are at operational level as well as based on past experience by a few of the decision makers who have been involved in previous such exercises -

  1. Misconception that Energy Audit in itself would save a lot of Energy.
  2. Energy Audit being carried out by inexperienced and incompetent teams.
  3. Recommendation implementations not taking place resulting in no conclusive outcome of Energy Audit.
  4. Recommendation implementations not approved despite good savings potential.

Etc. Etc.

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With various factors considered it is sensible to assume that an Energy Audit in itself will not save significant energy. Although Energy Audit itself does save some energy and the savings can be in the range of 6-8% achieved by changing certain operational parameters, visible areas of saving by bench-marking, ergonomic factors, enhanced awareness etc.. In case of purely Electrical Energy Audit the savings can be on the higher side of range band through the Energy Audit itself. To achieve significant saving retrofits and equipment replacements are needed as per the recommendations mentioned in the Energy Audit Report. However to obtain appropriate recommendations for operational changes, retrofits and replacements inline with the process and operational requirements is what Energy Audit is all about.

In a nutshell Energy Audit is the first crucial step in the direction of Energy Conservation & Energy Efficiency Project. If carried out in a systematic approach by experts in this field - energy saving can be expected as an outcome of the exercise. The other outcome of course is the report which lists out the recommendations. With ever-rising Energy Costs it is imperative for Industrial Plants to carry out periodic Energy Audit and implement the solution as well to achieve greater results.

Energy Conservation Project generally follows the below cycle -

Energy Audit, Energy Conservation, Energy Efficiency

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Another interesting point is about measuring the savings and if savings have actually been achieved in a plant after an Energy Audit. In general a comparative analysis of energy consumption before and after audit will not reveal true results as energy consumption generally is not constant for any given plant due to seasonal changes, market demand for the product (being manufactured), internal factors etc. Specific Energy Consumption is the term which is used to denote the Energy required or Energy invested (Electricity, Coal, Diesel, Fuel etc.) in producing one unit of a product. With a setup having more than one product the SEC for each of the product needs to be calculated and will give a true indication whether an Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency has been achieved or not.

With an aim to reduce Specific Energy Consumption an Energy Audit should not be carried out in isolation but should be looked at as part of an overall Energy Conservation Project and hence Specific Energy Consumption (SEC) or Specific Power Consumption (SPC) should be closely monitored as an ongoing practice to achieve good results. It is known fact that energy saving is not a destination but a journey.

Updates of Oct 2019
Based on our past experience a Company can save anywhere between 5% to 12% on Energy Bills. This includes - Electricity Bill, Fuel Bill (Diesel, F.O., Coal, LPG etc.). For a typical plant this could mean savings of 2% to 5% on it's production costs.

The range of energy saving is based on our past experience of 300+ Energy Audits and is based on practically implementable solutions. We are in the process of documenting energy savings achieved through energy audit assignments by preparation of a Comprehensive Report with data for a variety of Industries. For now you might find it useful to download our Energy Audit Case-Study for a recent assignment. The customer was able to save 10% Energy and consequently 2.5% on production costs.

Download the Energy Audit Case-Study to know more about details of the Energy Audit, our approach, findings, recommendations etc. for this plant.

If you are planning for Energy Audit, there are certain things that you should be aware of. Why not check our blog post on the subject - Energy Audit planning - things to know !

Thursday, 8 December 2011

New Age Industrial Energy Audit

Conventionally Energy Audit has been more about Demand Side Management i.e. improvement on Load Side to result in Energy Conservation and enhance Energy Efficiency of the Plant or Facility. However with recent developments and interest in Captive Power Generation Energy - Industrial Audit will not and should not only focus on Demand Side Management but also on Power Generation especially from Green Sources like Solar Energy.

In general Energy Audit as a concept has been more concerned with improvements in existing setup and also a part of it including in retrofits which in most likely scenarios will be additional equipment being installed or replacing outdated plant equipment. There is an interesting shift especially by the Industries in exploring the option for Captive Power generation especially through Green Energy Sources such as Solar Energy.

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Industrial Clients are now interested in a more holistic approach to the Energy Solutions and hence look at possible alternative energy. It also makes lot of Commercial Sense to have a Power Portfolio with the right kind of Power Mix. It is quite evident that in such a scenario - Photo Voltaic Solar will play a crucial role in Captive Power Generation thereby reducing some dependence on Grid Power - in whatever small way possible.

Referring to the context in Indian Industries an Energy Audit should adopt a very systematic approach. Primary purpose of Energy Audit is to explore areas and opportunities for Energy Conservation and Energy  Efficiency. However an Energy Audit in itself may save Energy as mentioned in the recent post (Does Energy Audit really save Energy?). Energy Audit should primarily consist of :
  • Detailed understanding and study of existing system and setup and devising ways and means to reduce Specific Power Consumption.
  • Analysis of Power Consumption Trend and suggesting measures for improvement in the same and stabilizing the consumption.
  • Identifying the Present Power Portfolio and Designing the Ideal Power Mix.
  • Exploring possibility of Greener and More Efficient Fuel Alternatives.
  • Identifying Opportunities for Renewable Power Sources - based on Geography.
  • Follow Up visits to ensure that Recommendations schedule is adhered to.
  • Training Session to create awareness regarding Emerging Technologies in Renewtech and EE & EC.

From an Industrial point of view Energy Audits should look at more of a comprehensive approach than just as a starting point of reducing Production Cost. Energy Audit Checklist generally forms a good basis for Energy Auditors to carry out Energy Audit.

In the Global context Industries are focusing more on reducing their carbon footprint - necessitated by Governing Environmental Laws. Strict enforcement of such laws postulates that Industrial Energy Audit goes a step beyond the conventional approach and adopts newer technologies for not only Demand Side Management but also for Green Power Generation.

With increased environmental awareness the pressure on Industries is mounting to reduce their Carbon footprint by adopting Greener Methods wherever possible. In such as Scenario Energy Audit would play a crucial role in offering Industries a Comprehensive Approach towards a Greener Plant. Most Frequently asked Questions on Solar Energy can be found on our Post - Solar Energy FAQs.

Monday, 14 November 2011

Industrial Energy Audit - A Perspective

Energy Audit is a very important periodic exercise carried out with the objective of achieving Energy Conservation and improving Energy Efficiency - mainly for Industrial Plants and Commercial Facilities. Some States have a mandate for Energy Audit to be carried out by designated Industries once every 2-3 years. Why is Energy Audit so important and why have a mandate in place for something so useful is a flummoxing question.

As a matter of fact every Industrial Plant or a Commercial Facility - however efficiently run will have scope for Energy Saving. There are various reasons for the same -

  1. Dynamic Changes - every plant / facility undergoes some changes (expansion / addition / removal) over a period of time and the overall energy consumption and trends may change because of this.
  2. Emergence of Advanced Technology Equipment and Retrofit which save significant energy due to efficient running.
  3. Critical Assessment including Advanced Thermography for Thermal Energy Audit and Power Quality Check (especially for Harmonics) for Electrical Energy Audit.
  4. Not having a dedicated Energy Cell to monitor and report Energy usage and suggest corrective actions for the same. Many Industrial Plants still rely on Production or Maintenance Teams for the same. Energy Cell is especially recommended for Industrial Plants and specifically for Energy-intensive Industries.
  5. Ageing of Equipment.
  6. Lack of awareness regarding energy saving potential of the plant or about Energy Audit in general with specific plant related inputs.
  7. Not undergoing an Energy Audit. Even for the plants having a dedicated Energy Cell or a Energy Manager - an Energy Audit will prove fruitful. This is because an Energy Audit from a vendor brings in experts from diverse Industries who are dedicated towards achieving results in this domain.
  8. Plant People focus on their primary responsibility. For instance a department HOD may focus only on the domain maintenance and improvements in the particular domain which maybe viewed in isolation. An Energy Audit looks at holistic picture to suggest improvements in the plant.
  9. Although plant people are highly capable there might be times that simpler measures such as operational efficiency may be overlooked- which may deteriorate over a period of time.
  10. Improper maintenance for short-term gains.
  11. Cross-Industrial and Cross-Domain Experience which may not be found within any single plant but may certainly be found in a single Service Provider.
So why despite the ever-rising running costs and Energy Costs are Indian Industries not carrying out Energy Audit on a bigger scale? The answers could be many but the primary reason is the Myths surrounding the Audit. For instance many consider Energy Audit to be the Energy Saver exerciser without any further investment. However the fact remains that Energy Audit is the first step in the direction of Energy Optimization of a Plant. The exercise begins with initial visit or collection of data in the Energy Audit Questionnaire. The Questionnaire is generally filled up by the Plant team and submitted back to the Service Provider / Energy Auditor. On receiving the same the Service Provider proceeds with preparing a Comprehensive and Customized Scope of Work for the Plant. The primary objective of Energy Audit is to explore potential areas for Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency including the ones which require No Investment. So in some sense Energy Audit in itself can also save energy. Although there are recommendations in the Energy Audit Report which indicate retrofits which require investment. However with the due care that the Investments are justified.

It has also been observed that in some few cases Energy Audit is carried out by inexperienced and un-certified engineers who may have no previous experience in this. This impacts the overall outcome and may not actually meet the primary objective of Energy Audit. In such cases an Organizations which are not satisfied with the past Energy Audit are discouraged from carrying out future Energy Audits as well. As a practice Organizations should duly check the experience and expertise of the Vendor. In general Energy Audit is carried out of Electrical and Thermal Utilities and as such a similar Industry experience may prove to be beneficial but may not be deemed necessary. This is because more or less the composition of Electrical and Thermal Utilities remain the same - irrespective of the type of Industry. If however a Process Audit needs to be done then a Domain expert can add value to the exercise.

Energy Audit is the beginning of Energy Saving in a plant and is recommended for almost all the Industries - irrespective of size and type. In the Indian Context Energy Audit has a special role to play as India faces tremendous power shortage (about 10% Peak Deficit) and also the potential for Energy Conservation is estimated at a mind-boggling 25,000 MW.

It may be worthwhile to mention that the exercise bears results for Industries having either a load of above 400 kVA or good Steam Consumption & Boilers. In case a Plant or Facility has both - then a periodic Energy Audit is highly recommended. The frequency of audit may differ from plant to plant and is typically once in 2 years for detailed energy audit. In addition to this a walk-through audit twice a year ensures that Recommendations are implemented and momentum is kept strong. This also ensures that Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency becomes a way of life in the plant and taps the potentials at grass-root level.

For any further information on Energy Audit or Energy Optimization Exercise you may contact us. We have an excellent experience in Energy Audit across various diverse Industries including Steel, Cement, Thermal Power Plant, Chemical, FMCG, Edible Oil etc. Contact Details below. We have had the opportunity to serve Industry Leaders across various Industries. If you are interested in receiving our Client Testimonial and Feedback please do contact us today.

Enerco Energy Solutions LLP 
Email - info [@] econserve [dot] in
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Wednesday, 2 November 2011

What is Energy Audit?

                                                    What is Energy Audit

We frequently encounter this question - What is an Energy Audit? Energy Audit is a complex technical assessment of present energy consumption of an Industrial Unit or a Commercial Facility or a Community Complex for the purpose of reduction in wasteful consumption and improvement in efficiency. Reduction in wasteful consumption is done by implementing energy conservation technologies. Improvement in energy efficiency can be done either through operational improvements, implementation of retrofit solutions etc.

Objectives of Energy Audit (Why Energy Audit)
  • Accumulating data at various energy points
  • Identifying energy losses and critical junctions
  • Enabling energy conservation and cost savings
  • Understanding overall efficiency and suggesting improvements.
  • Recommendations of Solutions to achieve Energy Optimization.

The Methodology (How Energy Audit)
  • Analyzing the performance of each equipment by Certified B.E.E. Experts using most advanced instruments and equipment
  • Collating the parameter data with benchmarks
  • Manifesting and implementing corrective measures

What does Energy Audit Cover (Scope of Energy Audit)
  • All operations, processes, products and departments in the organization
  • All forms of energy – specifically electrical + thermal
  • Operational efficiency of equipment like diesel generator sets, turbo generator sets and utilization of power from the electricity supply authority
  • Evaluation of different components of the electrical network like transformers, lighting, motors, capacitors and the distribution network
  • Study of utility equipment like air compressors, fans, pumps, blowers, air-conditioning and refrigeration, evaporative cooling, cooling towers, boilers, furnaces, thermal fluid heaters

What are the various phases of Enerco Energy Audit

Although there are various phases of an Energy Audit most of the firms in India rely only on Onsite Phase i.e. Measurement phase. However we at Enerco Energy Solutions LLP offer a Comprehensive package as part of Energy Audit which we refer to as Energy Optimization Exercise which consists of :

The visits are customized depending on Plant size, type, energy trend, consumption pattern etc. The customized package for a plant is prepared after the data captured in the Energy Audit Questionnaire is furnished by the Client. The Questionnaire link is given above.

What does Energy Audit lead to (Outcome of Energy Audit)
  • Energy balance
  • Heat and mass balance
  • Establishing specific energy consumption
  • Identifying opportunities for energy efficiency

 What does Energy Audit help achieve ?
  • Compliance with Government regulations
  • Lower energy costs
  • Enable faster recovery of investments
  • Achieve better performance and lower downtime
  • Enhanced power quality and productivity
  • Reduced emission levels
  • Improved Age of Equipment and complete system
  • Reducing Global Warming
There are some startling and interesting Facts about how Energy Conservation & Energy Efficiency can help us overcome the Power Problems.

Areas of Energy Audit
  • Industrial Units – Manufacturing Units – Steel, Metal, Ceramic, Cement, Chemicals, Edible Oil, Fertilizer, Paper, Textiles etc., Processing Units, Foundries, Cold Storages etc. and several other similar units definitely benefit from an Energy Audit.

  • Commercial Facilities Corporate Houses, Offices, Educational Institutes, Multi-Storeyed Complexes, Commercial Complexes, Hotels, Shopping Malls, Hospitals, Airports etc. definitely benefit from an Energy Audit.

Types of Energy Audit
  • Thermal Energy Audit: energy balancing, waste heat recovery, thermal control systems and energy savings study
  • Electrical Energy Audit: distribution system study, energy balancing, power factor study, electrical loads, loss estimation, and methods for loss elimination
  • Energy Intensive Equipment Study
  • Power Quality Analysis

For any further information on Energy Audit or Energy Optimization Exercise you may contact us. We have an excellent experience in Energy Audit across various diverse Industries including Steel, Cement, Thermal Power Plant, Chemical, FMCG, Edible Oil etc. Contact Details below.

Enerco Energy Solutions LLP
Email - info [@] econserve [dot] in
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