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ICP Targeted Industry Protocol

ICP protocols are standardising the way energy efficiency projects are developed, documented and measured following best practice and involving independent verification. Protocols are NOT interfering with the technical side of projects. This TARGETED industry protocol is intended for simple, commonly used technologies. Such technologies will usually have consistent and predictable load profiles; for example, lighting retrofits or motor upgrades. For more information about using protocols, training and verification, please contact us anytime.

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ICP Complex Industry und Energy Supply Protocol

ICP protocols are standardising the way energy efficiency projects are developed, documented and measured following best practice and involving independent verification. Protocols are NOT interfering with the technical side of projects. This COMPLEX industry and energy supply protocol is intended for installation of new technology types or capacities, including new utility generation technologies and district energy network upgrades - for example, major changes to plant configuration requiring controls modifications. And installation of ECMs with variable and/or unpredictable loads - for example, refrigeration plant. For more information about using protocols, training and verification, please contact us anytime.

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Energy Management System in cement industry

Salonit Anhovo is the leading cement manufacturer in Slovenia. As an environmentally and energy-friendly company, Salonit decided to carry out an energy management project. The project included an introduction to energy management systems and energy optimization in cement manufacturing. It is a large industrial area and LoRaWAN communication was the only suitable alternative to the classical wired system. Salonit uses over 90 GWh of electrical energy annually, more than 8 GWh of gas, and over 400,000 m3 technological water. The cost of consumed energy amounts to more than 6,000,000 EUR/year. The industrial area spans over an area of more than 6 km.

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Energy Management System in glass industry

Steklarna Hrastnik Company is the leading glass products manufacturer in Slovenia. The company has a strong environmental regulation compliance strategy and is dedicated to optimizing and reducing energy consumption. To comply with European energy regulation and meet the energy consumption reduction target, Steklarna Hrastnik decided to carry out an energy management project. The project included complete digitalization of energy data with the purpose of implementing an energy management system, that provides a transparent view of energy consumption, offering a tool for employees to perform more relevant energy management and energy efficiency activities to reduce energy costs.

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