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Energy management for small & medium-sized manufacturers. Nate Altfeather Industrial Sector Engineering Manager Focus on Energy. Topics. Starting an energy efficiency program Tips and tricks for finding efficiency opportunities in your organization Focus on Energy for manufacturers.

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energy management for small medium sized manufacturers

Energy management for small & medium-sized manufacturers

Nate Altfeather

Industrial Sector Engineering Manager

Focus on Energy

topics
Topics
  • Starting an energy efficiency program
  • Tips and tricks for finding efficiency opportunities in your organization
  • Focus on Energy for manufacturers
power vs energy
Power vs. energy

POWER

TIME

ENERGY

x 1 HOUR =

1 THERM

100,000 BTU/hr

100,000 BTUh

1 HOUR

slide4

Power vs. energy

POWER

TIME

ENERGY

x 1 HOUR =

1 kWhr

1 kW

1.3 hp = 1kW

1 HOUR

where to start
Where to start
  • Understanding your potential
    • What is your annual energy expense?
    • Apply assumed potential savings ~10%
    • What can you do with this?
      • Can I afford to hire a third party?
      • Is it worth my time?
assess opportunity in order of priority
Assess opportunity(in order of priority)
  • Do I even need my existing equipment?
  • Is my existing equipment working properly?
  • Is this the most efficient model/design?
  • What are the economics to upgrade?
contact focus today
Contact Focus today
  • Call: 800.762.7077
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Visit: focusonenergy.com
  • Mail: Focus on Energy 431 Charmany Drive Madison, WI 53719

Nate Altfeather

608-277-2949

[email protected]

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