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IAC Center San Francisco State University
Assessment Year 2011
Principal Product wire and cable
NAICS 334417 - Electronic Connector Manufacturing
SIC 3678 - Electronic Connectors
Sales $10,000,000
# of Employees 260
Plant Area (Sq.Ft.) 136,000
Annual Production 0 Units
Production Hrs. Annual 8,760
Location (State) CA
Source Yearly Cost Usage Unit Unit Cost
Electricity Usage $780,230 8,412,643 kWh $0.09
Electricity Demand $102,866 15,660 kW-months/year $6.57
Electricity Fees $40,918 - $ -
Natural Gas $80,771 10,093 MMBtu $8.00
TOTAL ENERGY COSTS $1,004,785
RECOMMENDED SAVINGS* $95,541 *Non-energy impacts
included in savings.
See recommendations below
IMPLEMENTED SAVINGS* $47,999
#|Description Savings
Cost
Status Electricity Usage Electricity Demand Natural Gas Electricity Usage Electricity Demand Natural Gas
$ kWh $ kW-months/year $ MMBtu
01: 2.7221 LOWER TEMPERATURE DURING THE WINTER SEASON AND VICE-VERSA Savings:
$12,161
Cost:
-
$750 8,086 - - $11,411 1,426 $750
8,086
kWh
-
-
kW-months/year
$11,411
1,426
MMBtu
02: 2.4236 ELIMINATE LEAKS IN INERT GAS AND COMPRESSED AIR LINES/ VALVES Savings:
$7,394
Cost:
-
$7,394 79,763 - - - - $7,394
79,763
kWh
-
-
kW-months/year
-
-
MMBtu
03: 2.4146 USE ADJUSTABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE OR MULTIPLE SPEED MOTORS ON EXISTING SYSTEM Savings:
$2,482
Cost:
$1,759
$2,482 26,773 - - - - $2,482
26,773
kWh
-
-
kW-months/year
-
-
MMBtu
04: 2.4239 ELIMINATE OR REDUCE COMPRESSED AIR USAGE Savings:
$12,301
Cost:
$9,456
$11,062 119,334 $1,239 163 - - $11,062
119,334
kWh
$1,239
163
kW-months/year
-
-
MMBtu
05: 2.7132 INSTALL TIMERS ON LIGHT SWITCHES IN LITTLE USED AREAS Savings:
$2,066
Cost:
$2,420
$1,858 20,040 $208 27 - - $1,858
20,040
kWh
$208
27
kW-months/year
-
-
MMBtu
06: 2.4146 USE ADJUSTABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE OR MULTIPLE SPEED MOTORS ON EXISTING SYSTEM Savings:
$3,920
Cost:
$6,639
$3,920 42,291 - - - - $3,920
42,291
kWh
-
-
kW-months/year
-
-
MMBtu
07: 2.4133 USE MOST EFFICIENT TYPE OF ELECTRIC MOTORS Savings:
$3,428
Cost:
$6,271
$3,428 31,224 - - - - $3,428
31,224
kWh
-
-
kW-months/year
-
-
MMBtu
08: 2.7135 INSTALL OCCUPANCY SENSORS Savings:
$3,294
Cost:
$7,163
$2,410 26,000 $884 116 - - $2,410
26,000
kWh
$884
116
kW-months/year
-
-
MMBtu
09: 2.6218 TURN OFF EQUIPMENT WHEN NOT IN USE Savings:
$19,656
Cost:
$79,881
$19,656 212,037 - - - - $19,656
212,037
kWh
-
-
kW-months/year
-
-
MMBtu
10: 2.4131 REPLACE OVER-SIZE MOTORS AND PUMPS WITH OPTIMUM SIZE Savings:
$28,839
Cost:
$152,713
$28,839 311,108 - - - - $28,839
311,108
kWh
-
-
kW-months/year
-
-
MMBtu
TOTAL RECOMMENDED Savings:
$95,541
Cost:
$266,302
$81,799 876,656 $2,331 307 $11,411 1,426 $81,799
876,656
kWh
$2,331
307
kW-months/year
$11,411
1,426
MMBtu
TOTAL IMPLEMENTED Savings:
$47,999
Cost:
$95,735
$35,496 377,150 $1,092 144 $11,411 1,426 $35,496
377,150
kWh
$1,092
144
kW-months/year
$11,411
1,426
MMBtu
Savings
Cost
$ kWh $ kW-months/year $ MMBtu
Electricity Usage Electricity Demand Natural Gas Electricity Usage Electricity Demand Natural Gas