IAC Center Oklahoma State University
Assessment Year 2019
Principal Product purified water
NAICS 221320 - Sewage Treatment Facilities
SIC 4952 - Sewerage Systems
Sales $2,079,000
# of Employees 5
Plant Area (Sq.Ft.) 35,000
Annual Production 5,079,000 Thousand Gallons
Production Hrs. Annual 8,760
Location (State) KS
Source Yearly Cost Usage
Electricity Usage $68,511 1,671,000
Electricity Demand $77,314 3,975
Electricity Fees $5,891 -
Natural Gas $10,159 2,099
TOTAL ENERGY COSTS $161,875
RECOMMENDED SAVINGS* $10,632 *Non-energy impacts
included in savings.
IMPLEMENTED SAVINGS* -
#|Description Status Electricity Usage Electricity Demand Electricity Fees Natural Gas Electricity Usage Electricity Demand Electricity Fees Natural Gas
$ kWh $ kW/month $ $ $ MMBtu
01: 2.3212 OPTIMIZE PLANT POWER FACTOR Savings:
$3,856
Cost:
$17,056
- - - - $3,856 - - - -
-
kWh
-
-
kW/month
$3,856
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
02: 2.7143 USE MORE EFFICIENT LIGHT SOURCE Savings:
$4,072
Cost:
$9,350
$2,847 69,440 $1,225 63 - - - - $2,847
69,440
kWh
$1,225
63
kW/month
-
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
03: 2.4141 USE MULTIPLE SPEED MOTORS OR AFD FOR VARIABLE PUMP, BLOWER AND COMPRESSOR LOADS Savings:
$1,709
Cost:
$2,600
$1,709 41,671 - - - - - - $1,709
41,671
kWh
-
-
kW/month
-
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
04: 2.7241 INSTALL OUTSIDE AIR DAMPER / ECONOMIZER ON HVAC UNIT Savings:
$262
Cost:
$1,320
$262 6,385 - - - - - - $262
6,385
kWh
-
-
kW/month
-
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
05: 2.7211 CLEAN AND MAINTAIN REFRIGERANT CONDENSERS AND TOWERS Savings:
$392
Cost:
$155
$120 2,923 $272 14 - - - - $120
2,923
kWh
$272
14
kW/month
-
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
06: 2.7224 REDUCE SPACE CONDITIONING DURING NON-WORKING HOURS Savings:
$341
Cost:
-
$249 6,075 - - - - $92 19 $249
6,075
kWh
-
-
kW/month
-
-
$
$92
19
MMBtu
TOTAL RECOMMENDED Savings:
$10,632
Cost:
$30,481
$5,187 126,494 $1,497 77 $3,856 - $92 19 $5,187
126,494
kWh
$1,497
77
kW/month
$3,856
-
$
$92
19
MMBtu
TOTAL IMPLEMENTED Savings:
-
Cost:
-
- - - - - - - - -
-
kWh
-
-
kW/month
-
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
$ kWh $ kW/month $ $ $ MMBtu
Electricity Usage Electricity Demand Electricity Fees Natural Gas Electricity Usage Electricity Demand Electricity Fees Natural Gas
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