This collection of energy management system (EnMS) case studies presents the real-world data and experiences of early adopters who use EnMS to achieve savings. These case studies describe the implementation and resulting savings from use of an EnMS, ISO 50001, or energy optimization projects.
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Thursday, May 19, 2016
This case study describes how TNT Chile's 2015 consumption rate of their trucks was 3.15 Km/L (13.47 liters of diesel for each 100 miles), compared with their 2013 performance of 2.94 Km/L (14.44 liters of diesel for each 100 miles). This is a 7.14% reduction against their baseline year.
This case study describes how Vedanta Limited, Smelter has taken many initiatives to save energy compared to the baseline year (2012-13) after an energy management system (EnMS) was implemented. In the year 2014-15, around 39 energy saving projects were implemented.
This case study describes how Sidi Kerir Prtrochemicals Co. (SIDPEC) staff members were motivated to implement an EnMS at their facility by the clear benefits realized from previous management systems (e.g. ISO 14001 and ISO 9001) and other techniques and tools for process improvement (e.g. Lean Six Sigma). The company achieved energy savings of 27,850 MWh.
This case study describes how Shree Cement Limited improved their energy performance to 4.6% from the baseline. The baseline gate to gate consumption was 747.84 in 2013-14, which improved to 713.40 in financial year 2014-15 (Apr-Mar).
This case study describes how Schneider Electric has realized many benefits from implementation of ISO 50001. Specifically, they have achieved an Energy Performance Improvement of 25,600 MWh or 11%.
This case study describes how the Gyproc Cape Town Factory has achieved significant return on investment with regards to energy reduction activities within the plant with no large capital investment. In 2015, compared to 2014, the direct hard savings achieved as a result of energy savings was R 1.9 Million.
This case study describes how the Guildford facility, consisting of Scott Safety and Tyco Projects Australia, has achieved a 48% reduction in cost and ongoing energy savings of AUD$ 25K. In addition, they have achieved a 65% reduction in the cost of a single manufactured unit, no small feat when one considers they manufacture over 10 million components annually.
This case study describes how Raymond Ltd Jalgaon division is one of only a few companies in the textile sector to achieve certification with ISO 50001. The plant's electricity consumption was reduced significantly after the implementation of ISO 50001.
This case study describes how the Raymond Ltd. Textile Division, Chhindwara successfully implemented an energy management system (EnMS) that meets all requirements of ISO 50001. The Raymond Chhindwara plant received many awards for energy conservation from the government of India under the banner “National Energy Conservation Awards”.
This case study describes how PT. KMK Global Sports implemented an energy program in 2007, when they produced 7.5 million pairs of shoes annually and used 24 Gwhe in energy. Over the next 5 years, production increased by 100%, producing 15 million pairs of shoes, but the energy consumption only increased by 25% to 30 GWhe.
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
This case study describes how PT. Amerta Indah Otsuka (PT. AIO) successfully implemented an energy conservation program that can reduce energy consumption about 1,333,315 kWh/year, equivalent to the emission reduction of 163,431 tCO2/year. The program focuses on Significant Energy Used (SEU), such as fuel, steam, water, and electricity (production machine and utilities).
This case study describes how PT. Nippon Shokubai Indonesia (NSI) began to implement ISO 50001 in 2015. NSI expects a decline in energy costs that could reach eighteen billion rupiah per year with no/low investment cost.
This case study describes how MOC has continuously reduced their specific energy consumption from 18,466 MJ/Ton olefins in 2012 to 17,093 MJ/Ton olefins in 2015. And they can decrease cost more than 10 million USD within four years and can reduce CO2 release around 64,000 Tons CO2.
This case study describes how LG Chem, Ltd. Ochang plant, which produces Acrylic film for LCD modules and Lithium-Ion batteries, successfully implemented an Energy Management System (EnMS) in 2014. As a result of a monthly report assessment of its energy use and GHG, the Ochang plant achieved energy cost reduction by 13% ($9.5 million) in 2014 and by 11% ($7.0 million) in 2015.
This case study describes how JK Lakshmi Cement achieved a structured platform for energy consumption, energy conservation, and energy management activities by implementing Energy Management System (EnMS), ISO 50001. They achieved a total energy cost saving of Rs 903 million, with an investment of Rs 2832 Million and an average payback period of 38 months.
This case study describes how Omika Works reduced 23% of the contract electricity, 15% of CO2 emissions and 5 million yen/month of electricity costs by means of visualizing the electric power, making the basic unit of it including the smart next-generation factory plan and promotion of the improvement measure of the energy use efficiency by EnMS. Omika Works is the central base of Hitachi, Ltd. Infrastructure Systems Company which promotes a social innovation business of an energy, an aquatic environments, a mobility, and an industry.
This case study describes how the Kameyama Plant reduced CO2 emissions of 1,379 t-CO2 by 27% (compared with FY2010). They reduced 182 t-CO2/year, and saved 8.8 million yen through energy saving activities such as paint circulating pumps inverter control and LED installation at stamping area.
This case study describes how PHE ONWJ became the only subsidiary of PT. Pertamina (Persero) to implement Energy Management System (EnMS) ISO 50001. By implementing low and no cost Energy Conservation Opportunities (ECO’s), PHE ONWJ has reduced its energy consumption by 5% (2014) and 3% (2015).
This case study describes how IKPP Tangerang became the first paper mill in Indonesia to be awarded ISO 50001 certification. IKPP Tangerang succeeded in reducing energy consumption from 9.32 GJ/TP in 2011 to 7.91 GJ/TP in 2015.
This case study describes how PT Apac Inti Corpora started implementing the global energy management system of EnMS-ISO 50001:2011 and certification was achieved in June 2014. Since the implementation of these conservation programs, they have reaped rich benefits in terms of cost, culture, quality, productivity, safety, moral and business efficiency.
This case study describes how Nissan worked with the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Advanced Manufacturing Office (AMO) to implement an energy management system (EnMS) that meets all requirements of Superior Energy Performance (SEP) and ISO 50001. At its vehicle assembly plant in Smyrna, Tennessee, the company established an energy baseline and assessed opportunities to save energy within its major energy-using systems.
This case study describes how New Afton Mine started production in June 2012 and received ISO 50001 certification on March 31, 2014. With a number of prestigious energy management related awards received over the past few years, New Afton continues to set an example of what is possible as a result of passion, drive and commitment.
This case study describes how Mutua Madrileña implemented an ISO 50001 Energy Management System (EnMS) that brought their energy performance to a new level. After two years in operation, they have saved 5,891,444 kWh in total for 14 buildings, 18.4% of total energy costs.
This case study describes how HARBEC, Inc. worked with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Advanced Manufacturing Office to successfully implement an energy management system (EnMS) that meets all requirements of ISO 50001 and Superior Energy Performance® (SEP). HARBEC’s implementation of the EnMS at its small plastics manufacturing facility in Ontario, New York, enabled a 16.5% improvement in energy performance.
This case study describes how Central Termoeléctrica Genelba, a power generation company, implemented ISO 50001, which allowed the company to reduce its energy consumption by 26 billion BTU (7635 MWh) in a period of two years. This improvement resulted in a reduction of the operating costs by US$ 271,034 and a decrease in CO2 generation by 2,997 tonnes during the same time period.