Key challenges to reducing energy use
Your team probably experience the following key challenges to reducing energy use:
1. Lack of insights
Many plant managers have insufficient information on energy efficiency opportunities. Can you already tell how efficient you are (at either the site or machine-level)? Do you have a method of monitoring and targeting performance? Insights are crucial to be able to reduce your energy use.
2. Lack of time
As a plant manager you are challenged with a limited amount of time. Especially if you are a manager of a smaller site, you probably do not have the capacity to allocate the responsibility of energy efficiency to one member of staff.
3. Lack of focus
As a plant manager your KPl’s are likely concentrated around capacity utilisation, operating efficiency, and overall equipment effectiveness such as machine downtime. Cost reduction is often deemed a lower priority than capital spending to increase business capacity.
Find out how Smart Energy Management can reduce your energy in an affordable way
Businesses recognise the importance of fighting climate change and the opportunities deriving from energy efficiency. At the same time a lack of insights, time and focus result in many opportunities to save energy are being missed.
Smart Energy Management can unlock a whole array of benefits such as lower operating costs, improved profits, reduced environmental impact and improved operations. Download the white paper and find out how you can reduce your energy usage in a Smart and cost-effective way.
The white paper includes:
- A five-step guide to a Smart Energy Management Program including practical tips and examples.
- A case study that shows how Berry | Pet-Power saved energy and costs through a Smart Energy Management Program.