METERING AND VERIFICATION
Measurement and Verification is the quantification of energy reduction achieved through the implementation of energy conservation measures.
LEVEL 1, 2 AND 3 ENERGY AUDITS
An energy audit analyses your sites energy usage and costs checks your energy tariffs to make sure you’re not being overcharged, looks for energy wastage, and identifies options to save energy and costs. An electricity audit is an energy audit that deals solely with electricity and does not assess other energy sources.
POWER FACTOR CORRECTION ANALYSIS
Power quality is critical to efficient operation of equipment. One contributing element to power quality is power factor. Power Factor Correction (PFC) aims to improve power factor and hence power quality, utilising capacitors to offset usually inductive loads, for example motors. PFC systems increase the efficiency of power supply, delivering immediate cost savings on electricity.
We offer a range of services to our customers.
Energy Management Plans
ENERGY TARIFF REVIEWS
A tariff specifically refers to how you are charged for electricity or gas usage (the variable part of your bill). For example, customers may be charged different rates depending on the season or time of day that power is used.
COMPARISON AND REVIEW OF ENERGY CONTRACTS
We have the tools to create a comparison to help you to compare the price of different energy plans and to make an informed decision about which offer best suits your needs.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY WORKS INCLUDING VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES, FANS, COMPRESSED AIR EMISSION AUDIT AND REVIEW
Many traditional motors are constant speed drives, they operate at a fixed speed and only turn on or off regardless of the load
A variable speed drive (VSD) modifies the speed of equipment such as fans and pumps to better suit the load which is being put on them. This can allow for significant energy savings.
An in-depth audit of your facility and detailed review of your operational patterns can realise potential for incredible improvements to the overall efficiency of your plant.
Improving efficiency to plant equipment can also incur energy certificates which subsidise the initial costs associated with the upgrades and audits.
The benefits are long term savings, driving down your baseload consumption.