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IAC Assessment: NC0540
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IAC Assessment: NC0540
IAC Center North Carolina State
Assessment Year 2015
Principal Product Craft yarn
NAICS 313110 - Fiber, Yarn, and Thread Mills
SIC 2281 - Yarn Spinning Mills
Sales $5,000,000-$10,000,000
# of Employees 82
Plant Area (Sq.Ft.) 302,400
Annual Production 5,000,000 Pounds
Production Hrs. Annual 4,000
Location (State) NC
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Source Yearly Cost Usage Unit Unit Cost
Electricity Usage $223,671 3,316,574 kWh $0.07
Electricity Fees $13,803 - $ -
Natural Gas $86,712 18,936 MMBtu $4.58
TOTAL ENERGY COSTS $324,186
RECOMMENDED SAVINGS* $49,731 *Non-energy impacts
included in savings.
See recommendations below
IMPLEMENTED SAVINGS* $39,152
#|Description Savings
Cost
Status Electricity Usage Natural Gas Personnel Changes Ancillary Material Cost Electricity Usage Natural Gas Personnel Changes Ancillary Material Cost
$ kWh $ MMBtu $ $ $ $
01: 2.4236 ELIMINATE LEAKS IN INERT GAS AND COMPRESSED AIR LINES/ VALVES Savings:
$1,312
Cost:
$100
$1,522 22,546 - - $(-150) - $(-60) - $1,522
22,546
kWh
-
-
MMBtu
$(-150)
-
$
$(-60)
-
$
02: 2.2136 INSTALL / REPAIR INSULATION ON STEAM LINES Savings:
$2,496
Cost:
$659
- - $2,496 545 - - - - -
-
kWh
$2,496
545
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
03: 2.2135 REPAIR AND ELIMINATE STEAM LEAKS Savings:
$1,065
Cost:
$200
- - $1,065 233 - - - - -
-
kWh
$1,065
233
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
04: 2.7224 REDUCE SPACE CONDITIONING DURING NON-WORKING HOURS Savings:
$1,539
Cost:
$1,500
$1,539 22,800 - - - - - - $1,539
22,800
kWh
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
05: 2.4226 USE / PURCHASE OPTIMUM SIZED COMPRESSOR Savings:
$12,295
Cost:
$9,000
$12,295 182,160 - - - - - - $12,295
182,160
kWh
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
06: 2.4146 USE ADJUSTABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE OR MULTIPLE SPEED MOTORS ON EXISTING SYSTEM Savings:
$6,087
Cost:
$19,400
$6,087 90,182 - - - - - - $6,087
90,182
kWh
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
07: 2.7135 INSTALL OCCUPANCY SENSORS Savings:
$2,592
Cost:
$1,388
$2,592 38,400 - - - - - - $2,592
38,400
kWh
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
08: 2.4239 ELIMINATE OR REDUCE COMPRESSED AIR USAGE Savings:
$113
Cost:
$120
$113 1,668 - - - - - - $113
1,668
kWh
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
09: 2.7142 UTILIZE HIGHER EFFICIENCY LAMPS AND/OR BALLASTS Savings:
$588
Cost:
$160
$289 4,275 - - - - $299 - $289
4,275
kWh
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
$299
-
$
10: 2.7228 AVOID INTRODUCING HOT, HUMID, OR DIRTY AIR INTO HVAC SYSTEM Savings:
$6,804
Cost:
$22,500
$6,804 100,800 - - - - - - $6,804
100,800
kWh
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
11: 2.1311 REPLACE ELECTRICALLY-OPERATED EQUIPMENT WITH FOSSIL FUEL EQUIPMENT Savings:
$248
Cost:
$1,000
$338 5,000 $(-90) (-20) - - - - $338
5,000
kWh
$(-90)
(-20)
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
12: 2.7142 UTILIZE HIGHER EFFICIENCY LAMPS AND/OR BALLASTS Savings:
$14,592
Cost:
$67,363
$10,289 152,428 - - - - $4,303 - $10,289
152,428
kWh
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
$4,303
-
$
TOTAL RECOMMENDED Savings:
$49,731
Cost:
$123,390
$41,868 620,259 $3,471 758 $(-150) - $4,542 - $41,868
620,259
kWh
$3,471
758
MMBtu
$(-150)
-
$
$4,542
-
$
TOTAL IMPLEMENTED Savings:
$39,152
Cost:
$99,982
$31,199 462,209 $3,561 778 $(-150) - $4,542 - $31,199
462,209
kWh
$3,561
778
MMBtu
$(-150)
-
$
$4,542
-
$
Savings
Cost
$ kWh $ MMBtu $ $ $ $
Electricity Usage Natural Gas Personnel Changes Ancillary Material Cost Electricity Usage Natural Gas Personnel Changes Ancillary Material Cost