Efficiency Vermont, Reduce Food Processing Energy Use, Liquid Pressure Amplification

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Efficiency Vermont, Reduce Food Processing Energy Use, Liquid Pressure Amplification

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This publication will help you identify the cost-saving opportunities in your food processing facility and guide you in undertaking a program to improve your bottom line through energy-efficient improvements. Vermont food processing facilities are critical to Vermont’s economic future and way of life.The high energy costs associated with food processing present both challenges and opportunities. One plant recently undertook a three-year efficiency upgrade that is lowering annual electricity costs by $44,000. The plant owner’s investment of $43,000, with a $13,000 contribution from Efficiency Vermont, is paying off in lower operating costs, increased equipment performance and a better bottom line with a 147% internal rate of return.

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