Management at Reliable Conveyor Belt (Reliable) in Newcastle realised they were using a lot of electricity but they weren’t sure where and when it was being used.
These case studies are taken from real-life green lease negotiations, and have been chosen to illustrate a variety of scenarios and outcomes. They provide lessons learned and insights.
This case study prepared by Team Catalyst showing how the design of a shopping centre in Maitland New South Wales might change if the building had been designed to comply with the 2019 version of t
The Woodburn Orchard’s facility in Batlow New South Wales produces and packs around 4000 tonnes of apples a year.
The Boarding House project at Roselands New South Wales is still in design development stage, and consists of 9 sole occupancy units and a communal lounge.
The owners of Bendigo’s The Good Loaf Sourdough Bakery & Café regularly review the businesses energy practices.
The average small-medium retail business can use 80,000 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity a year. Makin’ Groceries in Brunswick Victoria saved on the energy costs of running its walk-in cool room
At the JW Kirkwood Ticehurst Orchard in Tasmania, 58% of the annual electricity spend of around $90,000 is for refrigeration of its cool rooms and other systems.
To reduce costs at Drury Orchards in South Australia, the company installed a 24 kilowatt (kW) solar photovoltaic system.
The purpose of these case studies is to demonstrate how systems optimisation can be used to improve energy efficiency and productivity in a wide range of industrial applications.