ENERGY COST REDUCTION MEASURES
an expert at providing effective energy efficiency retrofits for the following types of industrial systems:
- Industrial Lighting Upgrades provide one of
many successful types of energy efficiency retrofits. Modern
fluorescent technologies provide better light at lower
wattages. Instant illumination allows you to use
occupancy sensors and dimmers. And fluorescent lighting
generates much less heat than HID (High Pressure
Sodium/Metal Halide) or incandescent.
- Boiler Retrofit efficiency technology
continually improves; so regular retrofits insure
that maximum boiler efficiency and minimum cost of
operation are achieved. Types of measures installed by
Onsite include economizers, continuous blowdown controls
and condensate return upgrades.
- Refrigeration System Upgrades are essential
so that the most energy efficient operation is achieved
by your plant. Onsite performs installation of
industrial condensers, compressors and controls systems.
- Air Compressor Retrofits are necessary to
insure compressed air systems are operating reliably and
efficiency. All air compressor systems deteriorate over
time as compressors wear out and leaks begin to develop.
Onsite performs compressor overhauls, leak detection and
repair and variable speed drive retrofits.
- Central Plant Upgrades should be performed
regularly to make sure the most economical technology is
in place. In addition, changes in facility use and capacity
can create changes to chilled water loads. The result is
that a system that was economical under the old
operating environment is no longer efficient. Onsite can
evaluate your central plant operations and
recommend/commission retrofits to insure energy
- Other Energy Efficiency Measures include variable
speed drives, absorbers, heat recovery systems and
Onsite Also has Over 25
Years of Experience Installing Local Generation Systems
- Peak Shaving Systems have become a viable way
to reduce the cost of electricity where local utility
tariffs charge high on-peak rates.
- Co-generation or Combined Heat and Power (CHP)
Systems should be considered whenever a facility is
required to provide a constant heat load to support its
operation. Onsite can provide complete feasibility,
engineering, installation and commissioning services to
insure that your system operates profitably.
Onsite White Papers on
Industrial Energy Efficiency
Transaction and Compute Unit Based Energy Efficiency
Modeling in Data Centers for Utility Incentive Programs - 1-22-2010
2. Using Gamma Ray Spectroscopy to Reduce Energy Cost of
Cement Production 4-12-2010
3. Data Center Energy Efficiency Presentation - Distributech