Achieve 20% of your Net Zero Goals Instantly

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Are you struggling to achieve your corporate Sustainability and Net Zero goals?

Are you are still trying to figure out how to achieve them?

Take a moment to consider this. You already have a massive investment sunk into energy consuming physical assets. Replacing, or even modifying them to be more energy efficient requires a massive capital investment. So, in this time of great uncertainty., why not do something simple that can quickly achieve up to 20% of your goals with very little investment?

Industry consumes 42% of all global energy1, a figure that can be reduced by 20%2 by simply implementing current (known) best practices.

Where can YOU find these savings? Areas that waste the most energy include:

  • Parasitic frictional losses in mechanical equipment caused by:
    • Loose fasteners,
    • Misalignment between mechanical devices,
    • Imbalance of rotating equipment,
    • Contaminated lubricants,
    • Leaks,
    • Poorly designed piping systems,
    • Low combustion efficiencies,
    • Non-linear loads and harmonics in electrical systems, and
    • Motor electrical imbalance.

All can be easily managed with best practices in maintenance. Plus, there are additional benefits.

If you are experiencing high variability in production output, low output, revenues below forecasts and high costs, these indicators point to equipment, and hence maintenance, problems.

Frequent breakdowns disrupt production and cause excessive variability in output due to repair downtime and ramping up after it. Breakdowns reveal reliability problems that can be managed. Is your maintenance program effective at keeping production steady?

If your maintenance spending is average for your industry, or higher, you are spending too much. In all likelihood, that’s due to inefficiency in maintenance work management and execution. Your maintainers may also be doing some wrong or unnecessary maintenance tasks.

To investigate this further, reach out to us for an initial discussion. The opportunities may be much bigger, and the costs to realize them much lower than you expect.

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Sources:

  1.  The International Energy Agency
  2. Source: The US Department of Energy