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10 consecrated energy cost reduction practices

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Rafael Herzberg- is an independent energy consultant, self-employed (since 2018) based in São Paulo, Brazil* Focus on C level, VPs and upper managers associated to energy related info, analysis...

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10 consecrated energy cost reduction practices

  1. Contracted demand adjustment
  2. Rate schedule comparison
  3. Demand control 
  4. Consumption transfer to cheaper time of use
  5. Load programming to avoid waste
  6. Migration to the deregulated power markets
  7. Contracting power for future delivery 
  8. Arbitration of costs among energy sources 
  9. Power factor correction 
  10. Contracting cost and energy usage metrics 

These practices:

  • Low cost or no costs involved
  • Easy to deploy 
  • Simple to measure results 
  • Fast implementation
  • Significant results may be anticipated

Request a video conference to find out how to make these practices happen for your case, by sending an email to rafael.herzberg@gmail.com and indicating the date and time of your preference and I will return promptly.

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