Industrial and Manufacturing
Reliable energy supply, optimized consumption and designed for your industrial business
Manufacturing and industrial facilities have a large profile of energy consuming assets. These process systems, manufacturing equipment, and heavily conditioned spaces have long operating hours and are mission-critical to the business.
- In 2017, the industrial sector accounted for 22.4% of the total U.S. energy consumption—just behind the transportation sector. While CO2 emissions of the transport sector are declining, those of the industrial sector are rising—the iron and steel industry alone make up for 5% of total global emissions.
- Many of our industrial customers face a growing need to reduce costs and environmental impact while still improving their overall global competitiveness.
Dalkia identifies and creates energy-saving opportunities in ways that are programmatic for both process and non-process related industrial operations. After conducting a detailed assessment of each facility’s operating profile, we will identify and prioritize solutions specific to each site’s needs – within your requirements 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 evaluates the whole building energy profile and can craft solutions around combined heat and power (CHP), as well as renewable energy technologies as needed.
In addition to deploying energy efficiency technologies and strategies, we can support your energy procurement efforts. Dalkia helps many customers source energy from utilities, deregulated energy suppliers, and by deploying onsite generation. Dalkia is committed to improving your margins while lowering your carbon footprint, regardless of industry. This includes past work with a range of industries, such as aerospace, chemicals, consumer goods, electronics, food processing, lumber, motor vehicles, steel and telecommunications.