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  • An example of the need for automated active energy management:This case was taken directly off a customer site. By the time this was looked at, approximately 9 MWh of energy had been wasted.Note the weightometers and surge zones are empty upstream.> Why was the equipment (several 690kW motors) downstream still running when no feed was present for over 6 hours? This is an example of energy waste that could be avoided through proper automation.
  • But energy management cannot be implemented without looking at also meeting the business objectives and should not compromise output.So it would be great to save energy by shutting off different parts of the plant but if it means decreasing the production then this does not make business sense.And on the right here are just a few examples of challenges of what people in the different parts of the business are facing.So a pragmatic approach must be taken, there are standards now in place around ISO 50001 that take a lot of these issues into account with the Plan, Do, Check and Act approach and hopefully by leveraging technology and linking this together with change management we can together do more with less of our energy.

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  • Industrial Energy Efficiency as a System?Energy Management as a significant part of the SolutionAnthony WongVice President Strategy and PartnershipsIndustry BusinessJune 21st , 2012EU Sustainable Energy Week, Brussels
  • Schneider ElectricThe global specialist in energy management Balanced geographies – FY 2011 sales , Year-end 2011 employeesbillion € sales in 2011 Western North Europe America 32% 23% 44,200 Asia 28,300 Pacific% of sales in new economies Rest of 27% World 18% 42,600 22,000 , Diversified end markets – FY 2011 salespeople in 100+ countries Utilities & Infrastructure 24% Industrial processes & machines 22% Data centres 16% Non-residential buildings 29%of sales devoted to R&D Residential 9% Listed on the Paris Stock Market – CAC40 2Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes - EU Sustainable Energy Week on 21 June, Brussels
  • The Big Dilemma The facts The need vs Energy demand CO2 emissions to by 2050 avoid dramatic climate Electricity by 2030 changes by 2050 Source: IEA 2007 vs. 1990 level Energy management is the key to address the dilemma 3Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes - EU Sustainable Energy Week on 21 June, Brussels
  • Energy Efficiency as a source of energy Fuel Consumer 100 units 35 units 33 units 3 units saved at the 1 unit saved at energy source consumer plug 4Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes - EU Sustainable Energy Week on 21 June, Brussels
  • The Power of a combined SolutionGreater Efficiency, a Smarter Grid, and cleaner generation● Over 50% of CO2 emission abatement will come from end user efficiency World energy-related CO2 emissions abatement Source: World Energy Outlook 2010, OECD / IEA 5Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes - EU Sustainable Energy Week on 21 June, Brussels
  • Energy Efficiency for Industry has already started Consumer Packaged GoodsRetail • 3% Year on Year reduction in Energy, Water, and Waste - We are committed to reducing our waste and our use of non- sustainable energy and water. • Sustainable in a Generation - We are committed to a zero carbon footprint, zero impact in the use of water and zero waste to landfill at our sites by 2040. • We are working with industry, academic and NGO partners, among others, to amplify the impact of our initiatives • Best practice is to have targets agreed to the highest levelWater Mining Source: a) Sustainability reports of the quoted companies b) Presentation at ARC Forum, Orlando, FL Feb 2010 by David Prybylowski – Sustainability Director, Mars Chocolate North America 6 Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes - EU Sustainable Energy Week on 21 June, Brussels
  • 7Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes - EU Sustainable Energy Week on 21 June, Brussels
  • Easily identifiable Energy Efficiency Opportunities Industrial companies don‟t have sufficient information to knowwhere to look for beyond the easily identifiable Energy Efficiency Opportunities Less obvious, higher impact: Energy Efficiency through Process and Machine Efficiency… …to reduce the energy consumed per unit of output! 8 Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes - EU Sustainable Energy Week on 21 June, Brussels
  • Enlarged vision through Energy in ContextEnergy Information Energy Efficiency Energy Efficiency 15L per 100 km 15L per 100 km Energy Information – with context Energy Efficiency Energy Efficiency 15L per 100 km 15L per 100 km Travel direction Travel direction Height profile of track Distance Distance 9Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes - EU Sustainable Energy Week on 21 June, Brussels
  • Energy in Context – Real case 450 Tn/8hs 450 Tn/8hs Daily crashed stone Crusher #1 Morning Afternoon Shift Shift 540kwh 470kwh Energy consumed in production context Morning Afternoon Shift Shift Search for root Crew #A Crew #B causes and •New staff •Experienced staff benchmark for •Respect standard •Fine tuned the procedures for stone loading best-practices stone loading cycle implementation cycle 10Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes - EU Sustainable Energy Week on 21 June, Brussels
  • Stabilise first! Adelaide Brighton Ltd 460 450 Bill Hoffy Scott1-Point Average 440 430 420 410 400 390 45 65 85 Eddie 105 125 145 ● Stabilising the process, especially eliminating shift to shift variation is an early priority as welling as “stopping the stops” ● Only then can one „see‟ the impacts of effort in improvement. ● Improvement in efficiency can only happen once noise in the process is removed. ● This requires accurate instruments, reliable data capture, reliable MES layer all aligned to a common goal to acheive your business objectives 11 Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes - EU Sustainable Energy Week on 21 June, Brussels
  • Stabilise first! Adelaide Brighton Ltd● Because variation in key inputs = WASTE● In this instance wasted power usage….. 12Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes - EU Sustainable Energy Week on 21 June, Brussels
  • Real-time Active Energy Management Example NO FEED? SHUT DOWN! 13Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes - EU Sustainable Energy Week on 21 June, Brussels
  • Energy ManagementProcess Efficiency for Industry Customers BUSINESS Challenges • Profit pressure • Competition • Energy costs • Increased energy and emissions regulations OPERATION Challenges • Energy shortages • Power quality issues • Alternate energy • Demand Response • Smart Grid • Water shortages • Material input reduction PROCESS • “Green” Consumers Finished Energy Goods • “Green” supply chain Raw Emissions Challenges Material • Complexity increase • Skills shortage Water Waste • Waste reduction 14 Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes - EU Sustainable Energy Week on 21 June, Brussels
  • Make the most ofyour energy™ 15Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes - EU Sustainable Energy Week on 21 June, Brussels