By David Kipling, OnSite Energy
Many companies have by now committed to energy reduction targets either through sustainability policy, net zero goals, CO2 emissions reduction targets or via CCA agreements. Further energy efficiencies are going to be needed, as the targets are getting tougher. For CCA, renewables don’t count, it is only efficiency that is eligible.
Where efficiencies can be found will depend on your company’s existing processes and sources of energy.
The good news is there has never been so much innovation in energy technology. Costs are falling and the range of applications and efficiencies are improving. So if you appraised a technology three or more years ago, its probably worth revisiting that appraisal to take account of current pricing and improved efficiencies.
At OEP, we take a data-led, technology agnostic approach. We can often add-value by introducing technologies and solutions that hadn’t been considered, from artificial intelligence & internet of things sensing, to the latest heat recovery, absorption chillers, or wind technology.
If this sounds interesting then please get in touch with David Kipling at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him on 07824 018991. OEP specialises in supporting energy intensive industry.