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EEO The 2 nd 5 year cycle. EEO The 2 nd 5 year cycle. Brief introduction to company and approach taken in first 5-year cycle Business benefits achieved through assessments in the first 5-year cycle What worked – lessons learnt What needs improvement –based on lessons learnt

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Brief introduction to company and approach taken in first 5-year cycle

  • Business benefits achieved through assessments in the first 5-year cycle
  • What worked – lessons learnt
  • What needs improvement –based on lessons learnt
  • What your organization plans to do differently in the second 5-year cycle
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The NSW sugar milling co-op Crush 2,500,000 tonnes of cane p.a. at 3 sites Refine 250,000 tonnes of raw sugar p.a. supply ~25% of the Australian market for refined sugar 70MW of electricity connected to the grid Energy intensity = 7PJ p.a.

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1st 5 year cycleWe’re in as a Big energy useR but We’re only a small co-opNo corporate resources availableEEO must be site centric via Chief engineers at each mill2 mills commissioning 30Mw Power stations in 1st cycleharwood mill chosen to develop the Eeo approach

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How can the small fish swim in the big pond? What worked for us1.set up formal systems that would be consistent with an AS 14000 or 9002environment2. selected ONE site on which to trial the EEO process.3. relied extensively on the EEO resources in setting up how to address and trial all 6 ELEMENTS of the EEO process.4.Integrated EEO with our CI program. (work in progress)

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What worked continued5.Documented the process into a FORMAL PROCEDURE for future reference and for future auditing security 6. Utilised a single set of numbers with NGERs.7. Set up a SINGLE REPOSITORY for all EEO documentation. 8. developed our document storage to reflect the “6 ELEMENTs” of the program

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Energy usage for a sugar mill is not as complicated as we made it seem
  • Energy has been bread and butter for the Sugar industry for 130 years
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The real money is in

Element 4

  • Spend more time evaluating opportunities.
  • Use the evaluation of the major opportunities to feed into / confirm the assessment data
  • Be prepared to argue this approach under audit
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$500,000 p.a. in savings equates to 77,000 GJ of energy

77,000GJ = only 1% of the total energy use for NSWSMC

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Other things NSWSMC

will focus on

  • Continue our focus on maintaining our formal EEO systems to demonstrate a “Whole of Business” commitment
  • Maintain our close association and engagement with DRET
  • Leverage the successes to build further Corporate support for EEO projects. (Success breeds success)
  • Bit more care in choice of energy intensity measure
      • Steam on cane
      • Steam per tonne of melt
      • Steam per MWhr
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Other things NSWSMC

will focus on

  • Closer attention to calibration formality
  • Remove impediments to making EEO a priority
  • Further integrate EEO with our CI processes
  • Document our EEO process for future Champions
  • Access Government “Clean Energy” funding
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