In an industrial plant, energy efficiency improvement projects often are unique and do not fit a prescriptive program. Each manufacturing plant has certain characteristics that can require an individual approach to projects.
All projects must be preapproved before any equipment is ordered. In addition, the customer is required to document potential project energy savings by providing a detailed study. Incentives are paid based on annual savings versus baseline usage and payback criteria. After a project is preapproved, an estimated incentive is calculated and equipment can be ordered and installed. After installation, an incentive payment application is submitted for payment along with verification and documentation of the original project assumptions.
Examples of possible industrial energy efficiency projects include:
- Variable frequency drives for injection molding
- Compressed air efficiency improvements
- More efficient curing
- Refrigeration improvements
- Improved process chiller operation
- Welding process improvements
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