The Energy Efficient Factory:
Everything You Need to Know
About Smart Energy Management
Before We Start
 This webinar will be available afterwards at
designworldonline.com & email
 Q&A at the end of the prese...
Presenters

Moderator

Miles Budimir
Design World

Gregory Maloney

David Kaley

Iconics

Mitsubishi Electric Automation
Effective Energy
Management
By David Kaley

Energy

Solutions

Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc.

Page 5
Agenda

1
2

Energy Visibility in Plant and ISO 50001

3

Energy Audits

4

In Factory Energy Collection

5

Shadow Billin...
Utility Bill Structure

Rate Schedule/
Rate Tariff
Consumption/
Energy Charge
Demand/
Capacity Charge
Power Factor
Penalty...
ISO 50001

Environmental /
sustainability
Government
regulation / EPA
Competitive edge
Rising cost of
energy
Energy saving...
Energy Audits

Billing Analysis
Monitoring
Recommendations
Estimated Savings
and ROI

Page 9

Energy Utility
Companies
Ene...
In Factory Energy Collection
When, Where, How and Why
energy is used

What load is causing the
peak demand?

Production • ...
Machine/Process Level Monitoring
Energy
Performance
Indicator
(EnPI)

Page 11

Assign Energy
Values to
Individual
Products...
Shadow Billing

Real-time
energy
metering

Power quality data
(harmonics, volt
disturbances)

Keep your
utility
in-check

...
Energy Solutions

Variable
Frequency
Drives
Turning off
equipment
when not
needed
Power
factor
correction
Page 13

Behavio...
Holistic Approach

Energy
modules

Power
meter

Demand management
solution

Pricing and event
signals

Utility

Facility e...
Key Takeaways

Manage energy bills
and correlate energy
$ to plant floor
Energy Audits
Energy commitment
driven by
managem...
Thank you for
listening.

Page 16

We appreciate
your time.
Reducing Energy Costs
Through Technology
Greg Maloney
Sustainability Solutions Engineer
© ICONICS, Inc.
© ICONICS, Inc.
Challenges Customers Are Facing
–

New Construction Has Higher Degree of
Integration

–

Integration of Existing Facilitie...
ICONICS Software Integration Platform

© ICONICS, Inc.
Need for Universal Connectivity

• OPC

– OPC-UA, Classic, .NET

• BACnet
• Database

– SQL, Oracle, x64 ODBC, x64 OLE DB
...
Advanced Analytics in Manufacturing
Corporate Energy Consumption YTD

Energy Cost by Cost of Goods Sold
Energy Cost % or R...
Mobile Solutions

phones

web
tablets

© ICONICS, Inc.
Universal Connectivity
 BACnet
 Siemens
 Alerton





•107 Buildings

Modbus
 PowerLogic
 Generators,
PDU
SNMP
 UP...
© 2012 ICONICS, Inc
Redmond Results

•
•
•
•

© 2012 ICONICS, Inc
Thank you!

www.iconics.com/sustainability
© ICONICS, Inc.
Questions?
Iconics

Design World

Gregory Maloney
Email: greg@iconics.com
Phone: 508.216.1212

Miles Budimir
mbudimir@wtwh...
Thank You
 This webinar will be available at designworldonline.com & email
 Tweet with hashtag #DWwebinar

 Connect wit...
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Join us for a free webinar with presenters David Kaley from Mitsubishi Electric Automation and Gregory Maloney from Iconics as they discuss some surprising ways to improve the energy efficiency of your manufacturing facility.
With more attention being paid to the energy use of machines in factories as well as directives from the government for making motors more energy efficient, people are more interested than ever in how they can meet the emerging standards, operate more efficiently, and cut their energy costs.
Highlights will include:
Discovering how to use automation devices and systems already installed in plants today to gather data needed to understand consumption in a way that helps lower utility costs and greenhouse gas emissions
Learning why synchronizing production process data with energy data enables greater visibility into energy usage, and discussing how efficiency improvements can be implemented
The importance of metering energy assets in an industrial facility
Identifying the low hanging fruits for energy saving opportunities and next steps

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The Energy Efficient Factory: Everything You Need to Know About Smart Energy Management

  1. 1. The Energy Efficient Factory: Everything You Need to Know About Smart Energy Management
  2. 2. Before We Start  This webinar will be available afterwards at designworldonline.com & email  Q&A at the end of the presentation  Hashtag for this webinar: #DWwebinar
  3. 3. Presenters Moderator Miles Budimir Design World Gregory Maloney David Kaley Iconics Mitsubishi Electric Automation
  4. 4. Effective Energy Management By David Kaley Energy Solutions Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc. Page 5
  5. 5. Agenda 1 2 Energy Visibility in Plant and ISO 50001 3 Energy Audits 4 In Factory Energy Collection 5 Shadow Billing 6 Energy Visibility and Takeaways 7 Page 6 Utility Bill Structure Energy Solutions
  6. 6. Utility Bill Structure Rate Schedule/ Rate Tariff Consumption/ Energy Charge Demand/ Capacity Charge Power Factor Penalty Charge Page 7
  7. 7. ISO 50001 Environmental / sustainability Government regulation / EPA Competitive edge Rising cost of energy Energy savings Page 8
  8. 8. Energy Audits Billing Analysis Monitoring Recommendations Estimated Savings and ROI Page 9 Energy Utility Companies Energy Service Companies (ESCO) Department Of Energy’s Industrial Technology Program
  9. 9. In Factory Energy Collection When, Where, How and Why energy is used What load is causing the peak demand? Production • Motor Control Center • HVAC • Data Center • Lights • Office Energy Monitoring Software & Hardware Discrete Meter Meter Cluster MCC Meter HVAC Meter Gas Meter Page 10 Panel Based Metering
  10. 10. Machine/Process Level Monitoring Energy Performance Indicator (EnPI) Page 11 Assign Energy Values to Individual Products Promotes Operator Level Energy Savings
  11. 11. Shadow Billing Real-time energy metering Power quality data (harmonics, volt disturbances) Keep your utility in-check Page 12 Historical time-stamp energy data Department level energy usage Approximate billing information in real-time
  12. 12. Energy Solutions Variable Frequency Drives Turning off equipment when not needed Power factor correction Page 13 Behavioral changes Energy efficient lighting /incentives
  13. 13. Holistic Approach Energy modules Power meter Demand management solution Pricing and event signals Utility Facility energy usage Aggregator Pricing and event signals ISO Facility (and load, optional) energy usage Existing PLC or meter Optional sub-metering Page 14
  14. 14. Key Takeaways Manage energy bills and correlate energy $ to plant floor Energy Audits Energy commitment driven by management Page 15 Incentives and tax credits
  15. 15. Thank you for listening. Page 16 We appreciate your time.
  16. 16. Reducing Energy Costs Through Technology Greg Maloney Sustainability Solutions Engineer © ICONICS, Inc.
  17. 17. © ICONICS, Inc.
  18. 18. Challenges Customers Are Facing – New Construction Has Higher Degree of Integration – Integration of Existing Facilities – Disparate Control and Energy Systems Islands of Information Managed by Different Vendors – No Single View of Facility or Campus Scattered Information Causes People to Miss Patterns – IT Becomes More Involved Integration Solutions Must Be IT Friendly © ICONICS, Inc.
  19. 19. ICONICS Software Integration Platform © ICONICS, Inc.
  20. 20. Need for Universal Connectivity • OPC – OPC-UA, Classic, .NET • BACnet • Database – SQL, Oracle, x64 ODBC, x64 OLE DB • SNMP • Web Services © ICONICS, Inc.
  21. 21. Advanced Analytics in Manufacturing Corporate Energy Consumption YTD Energy Cost by Cost of Goods Sold Energy Cost % or Rev/ # of Goods Plant Energy Consumption YTD Energy Cost by Product Type 12 Month Total Energy Cost by Product Production Consumption YTD Energy Cost by Production Line © ICONICS, Inc.
  22. 22. Mobile Solutions phones web tablets © ICONICS, Inc.
  23. 23. Universal Connectivity  BACnet  Siemens  Alerton   •107 Buildings Modbus  PowerLogic  Generators, PDU SNMP  UPS •2,000,000 points on campus •350,000 points monitored in Solution •Provide Meaningful Building Alarms •Historian for Long-term Data Storage Smart Buildings Redmond, WA © ICONICS, Inc.
  24. 24. © 2012 ICONICS, Inc
  25. 25. Redmond Results • • • • © 2012 ICONICS, Inc
  26. 26. Thank you! www.iconics.com/sustainability © ICONICS, Inc.
  27. 27. Questions? Iconics Design World Gregory Maloney Email: greg@iconics.com Phone: 508.216.1212 Miles Budimir mbudimir@wtwhmedia.com Phone: 440.234.4531 Twitter: @DW_Motion Mitsubishi Electric Automation David Kaley Email: david.kaley@meau.com Phone: 847.478.2213
  28. 28. Thank You  This webinar will be available at designworldonline.com & email  Tweet with hashtag #DWwebinar  Connect with  Twitter: @DesignWorld  Facebook: facebook.com/engineeringexchange  LinkedIn: Design World Group  YouTube: youtube.com/designworldvideo  Discuss this on EngineeringExchange.com

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