IAC Center West Virginia University
Assessment Year 2009
Principal Product Locomotive and Aerospace Bearings
NAICS 332991 - Ball and Roller Bearing Manufacturing
SIC 3562 - Ball And Roller Bearings
Sales $65,000,000
# of Employees 250
Plant Area (Sq.Ft.) 136,635
Annual Production 100,000 Pieces
Production Hrs. Annual 6,240
Location (State) OH
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Source Yearly Cost Usage
Electricity Usage $431,730 15,216,000
Electricity Demand $369,284 28,680
Electricity Fees $3,420 -
Natural Gas $302,309 29,636
TOTAL ENERGY COSTS $1,106,743
RECOMMENDED SAVINGS* $280,639 *Non-energy impacts
included in savings.
IMPLEMENTED SAVINGS* $98,957
#|Description Status Electricity Usage Electricity Demand Electricity Fees Natural Gas Personnel Changes Ancillary Material Cost Electricity Usage Electricity Demand Electricity Fees Natural Gas Personnel Changes Ancillary Material Cost
$ kWh $ kW/month $ $ $ MMBtu $ $ $ $
01: 4.132 PURCHASE NEW EQUIPMENT TO REDUCE MATERIAL USE / COST Savings:
$138,137
Cost:
$122,000
$(-1,321) (-46,550) $(-1,159) (-90) - - $15,310 1,501 - - $125,307 - $(-1,321)
(-46,550)
kWh
$(-1,159)
(-90)
kW/month
-
-
$
$15,310
1,501
MMBtu
-
-
$
$125,307
-
$
02: 2.7142 UTILIZE HIGHER EFFICIENCY LAMPS AND/OR BALLASTS Savings:
$29,790
Cost:
$72,987
$15,905 560,639 $13,885 1,078 - - - - - - - - $15,905
560,639
kWh
$13,885
1,078
kW/month
-
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
03: 2.3211 USE POWER FACTOR CONTROLLERS Savings:
$20,264
Cost:
$4,490
- - - - $20,264 - - - - - - - -
-
kWh
-
-
kW/month
$20,264
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
04: 2.7231 USE RADIANT HEATER FOR SPOT HEATING Savings:
$20,144
Cost:
$22,048
- - - - - - $20,144 1,972 - - - - -
-
kWh
-
-
kW/month
-
-
$
$20,144
1,972
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
05: 2.4232 ELIMINATE OR REDUCE COMPRESSED AIR USED FOR COOLING, AGITATING LIQUIDS, MOVING PRODUCT, OR DRYING Savings:
$16,484
Cost:
$11,250
$8,846 311,829 $7,638 593 - - - - - - - - $8,846
311,829
kWh
$7,638
593
kW/month
-
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
06: 2.7226 USE COMPUTER PROGRAMS TO OPTIMIZE HVAC PERFORMANCE Savings:
$15,354
Cost:
$2,490
$1,135 40,019 - - - - $14,219 1,394 - - - - $1,135
40,019
kWh
-
-
kW/month
-
-
$
$14,219
1,394
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
07: 2.1233 ANALYZE FLUE GAS FOR PROPER AIR/FUEL RATIO Savings:
$15,020
Cost:
$2,500
- - - - - - $15,167 1,487 $(-147) - - - -
-
kWh
-
-
kW/month
-
-
$
$15,167
1,487
MMBtu
$(-147)
-
$
-
-
$
08: 2.3131 RESCHEDULE PLANT OPERATIONS OR REDUCE LOAD TO AVOID PEAKS Savings:
$10,650
Cost:
-
- - $11,826 1,036 - - - - $(-1,176) - - - -
-
kWh
$11,826
1,036
kW/month
-
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
$(-1,176)
-
$
-
-
$
09: 2.7111 REDUCE ILLUMINATION TO MINIMUM NECESSARY LEVELS Savings:
$5,395
Cost:
-
$2,883 101,612 $2,512 195 - - - - - - - - $2,883
101,612
kWh
$2,512
195
kW/month
-
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
10: 2.2434 RECOVER HEAT FROM AIR COMPRESSOR Savings:
$5,698
Cost:
$3,136
$(-45) (-1,597) $(-40) (-3) - - $5,783 567 - - - - $(-45)
(-1,597)
kWh
$(-40)
(-3)
kW/month
-
-
$
$5,783
567
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
11: 2.7142 UTILIZE HIGHER EFFICIENCY LAMPS AND/OR BALLASTS Savings:
$2,238
Cost:
$4,744
$1,195 42,106 $1,043 81 - - - - - - - - $1,195
42,106
kWh
$1,043
81
kW/month
-
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
12: 2.4221 INSTALL COMPRESSOR AIR INTAKES IN COOLEST LOCATIONS Savings:
$1,219
Cost:
$582
$652 22,981 $567 44 - - - - - - - - $652
22,981
kWh
$567
44
kW/month
-
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
13: 2.4236 ELIMINATE LEAKS IN INERT GAS AND COMPRESSED AIR LINES/ VALVES Savings:
$246
Cost:
$326
$130 4,562 $116 9 - - - - - - - - $130
4,562
kWh
$116
9
kW/month
-
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
TOTAL RECOMMENDED Savings:
$280,639
Cost:
$246,553
$29,380 1,035,601 $36,388 2,943 $20,264 - $70,623 6,921 $(-1,323) - $125,307 - -
-
kWh
-
-
kW/month
-
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
TOTAL IMPLEMENTED Savings:
$98,957
Cost:
$87,537
$21,248 748,938 $29,382 2,399 $20,264 - $29,386 2,881 $(-1,323) - - - -
-
kWh
-
-
kW/month
-
-
$
-
-
MMBtu
-
-
$
-
-
$
$ kWh $ kW/month $ $ $ MMBtu $ $ $ $
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