This book provides many locations where specific energy-saving techniques can both reduce energy costs and provide utility bill savings. This insightful book shows you how to manipulate your physical plant to save electrical energy. Some of the energy saving items require engineering work in either initial design or redesign of existing equipment, while others only require a simple operating procedure change. All of the items in this book are well founded in physics and have histories of successful operating experience. These experiences show that these proven energy-saving techniques can result in a marked decrease in kilowatt-hour electrical usage, as well as a decrease in peak kVA demand as the power factor of your electrical system improves. If you purchase electrical power from an electrical utility system, both of these improvements offer net decreases in your electrical utility bills. If your electrical power is generated onsite within your facility, their improvement will, at a minimum, assure a reduction in relative fuel consumption, and may even mean the difference between being able to operate within the capabilities of your electrical power generators or shutting down from overload.
© 2001, 80 pgs, Paperback, By John Paschal, P.E.