Electrical costs are a significant contributor to your industrial company’s overall expenses. So, keeping them under control is essential. Here are five tips for saving money on your industrial electrical bill.
1 – Conduct an Energy Audit
An industrial company’s best action to reduce industrial electrical costs is to conduct an energy audit. This action identifies the areas that consume a lot of power and areas that can be improved to save energy expenses.
2 – Turn Off Unnecessary Lights and Equipment
Use sensors or timers to shut off unnecessary lights automatically. Shut down all equipment not in active use, such as computers and industrial machinery. Each unnecessary item shutdown adds to the overall industrial electrical savings.
3 – Install Variable Speed Drives
Variable-speed electrical motors create considerable savings by matching the motor output to the current demand. This allows the motor to use the energy it needs with little waste. The reduced energy consumption when compared to fixed-speed electrical motors is considerable.
4 – Replace Obsolete Industrial Equipment
Variable-speed electrical motors create considerable savings by matching the motor output to the current demand. This allows the motor to use the energy it needs with little waste.
5 – Install Renewable Energy Sources
Customers and businesses want to buy from green companies. Even if you have a small percentage of power generated by renewable resources such as wind or solar power, it will positively affect your bottom line. There are many incentives and rebates from Federal, State, and Local governments to encourage the adoption of renewable energy. You can also install a solar storage system to keep it operational during power outages.
Looking to Save Money on Your Industrial Electric Bill? Contact Tri-State Electrical Contractors.
Tri-State Electrical has experience evaluating and updating industrial energy systems. If you want more information or a quote for an industrial electrical audit, call us at (423) 800-2134, fill out our simple online form, or email us at email@example.com today.