Our team of experts have conducted assessments in energy efficiency and renewable services all around the world. They have identified potential energy savings of up to 50% across various industries. A reduction in energy consumption helps to address environmental issues and lowers operational costs.
An energy efficiency assessment at Banjul Brewery lead to a potential energy saving of 25%
Banjul Breweries Ltd. Is the leading producer of beer and non-alcoholic beverages in Gambia. It could reduce its energy consumption by 25% with just a few small changes.
An energy assessment of several Vietnamese plastic factories uncovered potential energy savings of 20% to 50%.
Energy audits conducted in several Vietnamese plastic factories showed that the third highest operational cost for these companies was energy, and identified an energy savings potential of 20% to 50%.
Optimising energy consumption leads to €2.5m savings potential in the alumina industry
Rusal Aughinish Alumina is the largest alumina refinery in Europe and one of the most technologically advanced and energy efficient facilities globally. An energy audit into the optimisation of energy consumption identified a potential saving of €2.5m.
Pharmaceutical facilities audit uncovered a 22% potential savings in energy bills
Merck Sharp and Dohme (MSD) pharmaceutical manufacturing facility in Ballydine is an organic synthesis plant, which carries out production in wet and dry phases. An energy audit conducted by Maximpact uncovered a 22% savings potential to their energy bills.
Energy efficiency audit of the dairy production process
Glanbia Ingredients is an Irish-based international food company. It wanted to identify potential areas in which it could become more energy efficient in its production processes.