RELIABLE ENERGY SUPPLY, CONTROLLED CONSUMPTIONS
AND TAILORED TO YOUR NEEDS
Production and industrial operations have a wide profile of assets which consume energy. Such process systems, manufacturing equipment, and highly conditioned spaces have long hours of operation, and are critical to the company.
- The industrial sector accounted for 22.4 percent of U.S. total energy consumption in 2017—just behind the transportation industry. While the transport sector’s CO2 emissions are dropping, those from the industrial sector are rising — the iron and steel industry alone accounts for 5 percent of total global emissions.
- Many of our industrial customers face an increasing need to cut costs and impact on the environment while continuing to improve their overall global competitiveness.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY APPROACHES AND TECHNOLOGY
NuWave recognizes and develops energy-saving opportunities in ways programmatic for industrial operations relevant to both processes and non-processes. After carrying out a thorough review of the operational profile of each location, we will define and prioritize approaches that are unique to the needs of each site – within your needs and expectations. In addition to traditional energy efficiency solutions such as LED lighting and HVAC, our engineers also develop and implement projects with motors, and variable frequency drives as well as within central plant systems such as steam, compressed air, and chilled water. Our team also analyses the entire energy profile of the building and is able to develop strategies for combined heat and power (CHP) and renewable energy technologies as needed.
We can support your energy procurement efforts, in addition to deploying energy efficiency technologies and strategies. NuWave helps many customers generate energy from utilities, deregulated suppliers of energy, and through on-site generation deployment. NuWave is committed to improving your margins while rising your carbon footprint, whatever the industry. This includes past work with a number of industries, including transportation, materials, consumer goods, electronics, food processing, forestry, motor vehicles, cement, and telecommunications.