IAC Center Mississippi State
Assessment Year 2002
Principal Product Tail Sections
NAICS -
SIC 3721 - Aircraft
Sales $6,000,000
# of Employees 120
Plant Area (Sq.Ft.) 100,000
Annual Production 12 Pieces
Production Hrs. Annual 2,000
Location (State) MS
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Source Yearly Cost Usage
Electricity Usage $24,995 2,010,000
Electricity Demand $52,203 9,762
Electricity Fees $63,686 -
Natural Gas $17,024 2,378
TOTAL ENERGY COSTS $163,885
RECOMMENDED SAVINGS* $32,838 *Non-energy impacts
included in savings.
IMPLEMENTED SAVINGS* $29,982
#|Description Status Electricity Usage Electricity Demand Electricity Fees Natural Gas Administrative Changes Ancillary Material Cost Electricity Usage Electricity Demand Electricity Fees Natural Gas Administrative Changes Ancillary Material Cost
$ kWh $ kW/month $ $ $ MMBtu $ $ $ $
01: 2.1223 INSTALL SMALLER BOILER (INCREASE HIGH FIRE DUTY CYCLE) Savings:
$1,698
Cost:
$1,707
$89 2,638 - - $1 - $1,608 225 - - - - $89
2,638
kWh
-
-
kW/month
$1
-
$
$1,608
225
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
02: 2.4314 USE SYNTHETIC LUBRICANT Savings:
$1,158
Cost:
$760
$470 13,988 $566 96 $15 - - - - - $107 - $470
13,988
kWh
$566
96
kW/month
$15
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
$107
-
$
03: 2.4236 ELIMINATE LEAKS IN INERT GAS AND COMPRESSED AIR LINES/ VALVES Savings:
$982
Cost:
$477
$967 28,775 - - $15 - - - - - - - $967
28,775
kWh
-
-
kW/month
$15
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
04: 4.6520 REPLACE EXISTING EQUIPMENT WITH MORE SUITABLE SUBSTITUTES Savings:
$29,000
Cost:
$79,245
- - - - - - - - $29,000 - - - -
-
kWh
-
-
kW/month
-
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
$29,000
-
$
-
-
$
TOTAL RECOMMENDED Savings:
$32,838
Cost:
$82,189
$1,526 45,401 $566 96 $31 - $1,608 225 $29,000 - $107 - -
-
kWh
-
-
kW/month
-
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
TOTAL IMPLEMENTED Savings:
$29,982
Cost:
$79,722
$967 28,775 - - $15 - - - $29,000 - - - -
-
kWh
-
-
kW/month
-
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
$ kWh $ kW/month $ $ $ MMBtu $ $ $ $
Electricity Usage Electricity Demand Electricity Fees Natural Gas Administrative Changes Ancillary Material Cost Electricity Usage Electricity Demand Electricity Fees Natural Gas Administrative Changes Ancillary Material Cost
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