Demand Side Energy Management (DSEM) involves an overall analysis of the forms (electrical, mechanical, thermal, etc.), usages and consumption as well as primary sources (e.g. petroleum, natural gas, water, etc.) of energy in your operations. Using this analysis, we develop economical measures to increase energy efficiency allowing for the constraints and requirements of the production process. In addition, we take into account your existing energy supply contract as well as federal regulations and government subsidies, in order to optimize your energy management.
Besides the optimization of electrical energy, DSEM can optimize the utilization of other energy sources, including steam and compressed air. A combined analysis then brings secondary processes, such as the generation and use of process heat or cold into the optimization picture.
We can provide you with DSEM under the terms of a performance-based contract. Savings realized are then shared according to a contractually fixed ratio. This helps to reduce your technical risk, since Siemens Industry Solutions assumes the responsibility for the technical implementation of the measures.
Sustained reduction of your energy costs through overall optimization of energy use
Transparency with regard to energy needs consumption and costs
Avoidance of financial penalties by conforming to national and federal regulations
Access to government subsidies
Short-term ROI through concentration on improvement measures that really pay off
Better image for your enterprise thanks to high energy efficiency (e.g. official certification as an ecological leader)
Maximum safeguard of investment through performance-based contracts
Optimal resource utilization through concentration on your core capabilities and cooperation with a reliable independent provider of technical services.
To learn more about how to improve your productivity and increase your profits through Siemens' Demand Side Energy Management solutions, simply contact your nearest Service Location or call our Customer Interaction Centre at 1-888-303-3353.
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