How Crowley Carbon reduced energy consumption for a glass container maker and saved them almost half a million dollars
Excess gas in the furnace, electricity on the cooling fans, and inadequate control in the glass making process could be costing you money.
This case study examines how Crowley Carbon achieved an electricity saving of $179,721 on fans, and a gas saving of $275,514 on furnaces for a glass container maker, by using data science, modelling and furnace and combustion engineering expertise.
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- Issues causing inefficient energy use on site
- Optimisation measures implemented to lower energy costs