Better ROI and Lower Emissions – Smart Decisions Based on Energy Efficiency Facts Reduce the Emissions and Improve Your OPEX –

Today`s world has many obligations; the energy consumption in general must be reduced, the emissions as per Kyoto protocol should be reduced to the 2005 level and there should be a shift from coal fired and nuclear power plants into renewable energy sources. Also the management in industry starts to request energy savings to compensate the high energy costs. Now, as by the end of 2011, the new ISO 50,001 Energy Management System shall be implemented for systematically saving the precious energy while reducing the greenhouse gas emissions. The world needs will soon be fundamentally changed. This ambitious goal must be achieved in less than 20 years. Each one of us is asked every day to save energy and resources and it all depends and starts with each human being.

For maintaining our quality of life and for the production of our goods we need electrical energy also in the future. We can not waste it as careless as we have done in the past.
The following presentation/article we will show ways in saving electrical energy in a sustainable way.
In most WtE (Waste to Energy) resp. Power Plants, between 6 to 20 % of the generated power never makes it beyond the plant gate and is consumed by its many pumps, fans and other auxiliary consumers. We will show you ways to reduce this houseload consumption by 10 to 30 % while increasing the overall availability of your plant. These power savings are considered as real green energy and can be sold at premium rates while not having any impact on nature. No additional CO or NOX emissions will be produced – every saved kWh is green energy and every kWh sold will remarkably influence your balance sheets and pay the premium investment in a very short time.
We show you ways for your future investment decisions so you can fully benefit from this know how.
Every decision taker is requested to carefully specify his requirements for any new plant in respect of energy efficient transformers, motors, drives, etc. together with its proper sizing of all sub processes. Only when applying the modern integrative engineering approach, the plant achieves its planned high availability with lowest production costs. We show the important criteria and ways for selecting the right systems/equipment and which are the sustainable benefits for the operator of his plant.

Copyright: © TK Verlag - Fachverlag für Kreislaufwirtschaft
Quelle: Waste Management, Volume 2 (September 2011)
Seiten: 15
Preis inkl. MwSt.: € 0,00
Autor: Dipl.-Elektroingenieur Albert Bossart

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