Technologies: Visualizing energy use, Ulrika Wising, PEPITe, Belgium

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Technologies: Visualizing energy use, Ulrika Wising, PEPITe, Belgium

  1. 1. VISUALIZING ENERGY USEUlrika Wising – PEPITe Slide | 1
  2. 2. WE ALL WANT TO SAVE ON ENERGY COSTS 2010 McKinsey report: There is still a potential to reduce energy consumption up to 25% by improved energy management InvestmentsProcurement Operations Energy Cost Savings Slide | 2
  3. 3. DRIVEN BY BUSINESS OBJECTIVES• An energy management system should be an integral part of the manufacturing management system – not a stand alone separate system ENERGY, PRODUC TIVITY AND QUALITY SHOULD BE MANAGED TOGETHER WITH A COST OPTIMIZATION FOCUS Slide | 3
  4. 4. “TURNING EVERYONE INTO A DECISION MAKER.PUSH DECISION-MAKING DOWN TO THE LOWEST LEVEL”-NUCOR Focus on Management optimizing has an overall revenue rather than Managers Impact of decision on energy cost view with a focus on cost production optimization Supervisors No responsibility without authority to Final decision take action Operators in the control room thanks to No action relative targets without actionable parameters Slide | 4
  5. 5. HAVE A KPI STRUCTURE ON TOP OF YOUR ENERGY ACCOUNTING SYSTEM – MANAGE YOUR ENERGY DON’T JUST COUNT IT! Plant managerImpact of decision on day-to-day energy cost Annual budget, supply contracts, capital investments Managers Energy manager High level KPIs : GJ/day consumed, GJ/day recovered Department managers Supervisors Generation / Recovery Consumption TMP Main Pulp Paper Machines Reboiler Boiler Mill Specific KPIs specific KPIs: Specific KPIs: Specific KPIs: t steam/t Operators t steam/MWh, efficiency, t steam/t paper, heat vent valve %, vent valve pulp, temperatur recovery kwh/t temp. pulp,… %, variability,… e, purge Slide | 5
  6. 6. JUST BECAUSE YOUR PROCESS IS COMPLEXDOESN’T MEAN THAT YOUR DASHBOARDNEEDS TO BE Slide | 6
  7. 7. GIVE OPERATORS CONTINUOUS REAL TIME INFORMATION ABOUT ENERGY PERFORMANCE AND HOW TO IMPROVE ITActual Expected No action without actionable parameters Final decision in the control room thanks to relative targets Slide | 7
  8. 8. GIVE MANAGERS CONTINUOUS INFORMATION ABOUT PLANT ENERGY PERFORMANCE AND TOOLSRAPPORT TO UNDERSTAND DRIFTSPOUR LESRAPPORTDERNIERSPOUR LES Management7 JOURSDERNIERS has an overall7 JOURS view with a focus on cost optimization Actual vs. expected Focus on optimizing revenue rather than production Cusum of the gains/losses vs target PRAYON Engis – Projet énergie © PEPITe Slide | 46 Slide | 8 PRAYON Engis – Projet énergie © PEPITe
  9. 9. IT’S NOT A ”ONE MAN SHOW” SHE “SAVED”LAS VEGAS Slide | 9
  10. 10. IT TAKES A TEAM Slide | 10

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