IAC Center Texas A&M, College Station
Assessment Year 2017
Principal Product Processed lumber
NAICS 321113 - Sawmills
SIC 2421 - Sawmills And Planing Mills, General
Sales $50,000,000
# of Employees 68
Plant Area (Sq.Ft.) 100,000
Annual Production 30,000 Thousand Feet
Production Hrs. Annual 2,636
Location (State) TX
Source Yearly Cost Usage
Electricity Usage $119,669 2,413,330
Electricity Demand $83,299 10,070
Electricity Fees $315 -
Natural Gas $67,274 15,918
TOTAL ENERGY COSTS $270,557
RECOMMENDED SAVINGS* $81,990 *Non-energy impacts
included in savings.
IMPLEMENTED SAVINGS* -
#|Description Status Electricity Usage Electricity Demand Electricity Usage Electricity Demand
$ kWh $ kW/month
01: 2.4233 ELIMINATE PERMANENTLY THE USE OF COMPRESSED AIR Savings:
$44,300
Cost:
$31,800
$18,200 364,800 $26,100 2,480 $18,200
364,800
kWh
$26,100
2,480
kW/month
02: 2.3211 USE POWER FACTOR CONTROLLERS Savings:
$17,900
Cost:
$28,900
- - $17,900 2,163 -
-
kWh
$17,900
2,163
kW/month
03: 2.4111 UTILIZE ENERGY-EFFICIENT BELTS AND OTHER IMPROVED MECHANISMS Savings:
$7,430
Cost:
-
$3,310 66,200 $4,120 391 $3,310
66,200
kWh
$4,120
391
kW/month
04: 2.7143 USE MORE EFFICIENT LIGHT SOURCE Savings:
$6,820
Cost:
$9,600
$3,480 69,600 $3,340 317 $3,480
69,600
kWh
$3,340
317
kW/month
05: 2.4314 USE SYNTHETIC LUBRICANT Savings:
$2,400
Cost:
-
$1,200 23,800 $1,200 120 $1,200
23,800
kWh
$1,200
120
kW/month
06: 2.6218 TURN OFF EQUIPMENT WHEN NOT IN USE Savings:
$1,870
Cost:
-
$1,870 37,300 - - $1,870
37,300
kWh
-
-
kW/month
07: 2.4236 ELIMINATE LEAKS IN INERT GAS AND COMPRESSED AIR LINES/ VALVES Savings:
$730
Cost:
$300
$370 7,420 $360 34 $370
7,420
kWh
$360
34
kW/month
08: 2.4236 ELIMINATE LEAKS IN INERT GAS AND COMPRESSED AIR LINES/ VALVES Savings:
$540
Cost:
$300
$275 5,500 $265 25 $275
5,500
kWh
$265
25
kW/month
TOTAL RECOMMENDED Savings:
$81,990
Cost:
$70,900
$28,705 574,620 $53,285 5,530 -
-
kWh
-
-
kW/month
TOTAL IMPLEMENTED Savings:
-
Cost:
-
- - - - -
-
kWh
-
-
kW/month
$ kWh $ kW/month
Electricity Usage Electricity Demand Electricity Usage Electricity Demand
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