1 / 34

Energy Management The Infrastructure Approach

Energy Management The Infrastructure Approach. Dr. J. Patrick Kennedy, CEO and President. The Problem – Utility Side. The Problem – User Side. Cost of Energy Going up Not only actual, but built in (e.g. Recycle Pulp) Reliability Decreasing Unused Flexibility New Tariffs.

Télécharger la présentation

Energy Management The Infrastructure Approach

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author. Content is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use only. Download presentation by click this link. While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server. During download, if you can't get a presentation, the file might be deleted by the publisher.


Presentation Transcript

  1. Energy ManagementThe Infrastructure Approach Dr. J. Patrick Kennedy, CEO and President

  2. The Problem – Utility Side

  3. The Problem – User Side • Cost of Energy Going up • Not only actual, but built in (e.g. Recycle Pulp) • Reliability Decreasing • Unused Flexibility • New Tariffs

  4. Responses on the Horizon… • Dynamic changes occurring in the market • Deregulation • Cap and Trade Certificates • Market Based Pricing • Demand Response • Time of Day • LMP

  5. Case Study - Kodak

  6. Kodak Park • The Largest of Eastman Kodak’s Worldwide Manufacturing Sites • Located in Rochester, New York • Referred to as a “City Within a City” • 1300 Acres (5,200,000 sq m) • 150 Buildings • Nearly 30 Miles of Roads

  7. Facts and Figures • >20,000,000 Square Feet (2,000,000 sq m) • 11,000 Employees • Operates Its Own Fire Department • Operates Its Own Railroad • Operates Its Own Water and Waste Water Treatment Plants • Operates Two Power Plants

  8. Kodak Park

  9. Kodak Park Utilities • Kodak Park Utilities Power Plants • 2,000,000 Pound/Hour Steam Load • 125 MW Electric Load • 80,000 Ton Refrigeration Capacity • 30,000,000 Gallons/Day Process Water Load • 35,000 SCFM Compressed Air Load

  10. 600 Electric Distribution Meters 600 Additional Distribution Meters for: Steam, Chilled Water, Brine, Compressed Air, Process Water, Nitrogen, Natural Gas, etc. Significant Metering Used within the Power Houses to Manage the Generation Side Utility Metering

  11. BAS Rosemount - Fix 32 Siemens - Apogee Emerson - Delta V SQL Based Historians DCS Fisher Provox Westinghouse WDPF Westinghouse Ovation Taylor Mod 300 Emerson - Delta V Interfaces

  12. Nodal Power Markets

  13. Goals • Reduce utility costs at Kodak Park through improved demand side management • Consolidation of the utilities data • Create Awareness via the Web • Grow a Culture of Energy Efficiency

  14. Solution – Current status • Over 100,000 PI Points currently established • 23 ProcessBook / DataLink Users • 150 Concurrent Web Users • 180 + iView Pages • 27 Interfaces installed

  15. Numerous water main breaks due to pressure control issues Increased visibility and easy access to this data has improved control and reduced the frequency of these “costly” water main breaks dramatically.

  16. Expanded use of our Energy Information System has been an effective tool to help enable us to consolidate two High Purity Water Systems and a de-mineralized water system down to just one High Purity Water System.

  17. Mini Projects • Demand Side • Better correlation of MFG energy usage to production volumes • Identified opportunities in manufacturing to implement an energy conservation mode between product runs • Extended carbon recovery cycles

  18. Mini Projects II • More effective utilization of labs with fume hoods • More effective “Time of Day” scheduling for lighting and HVAC • Temperature / HVAC fan set points • System is considered an essential tool during our energy savings workshops (Kaizens) • Heightened awareness of many end users

  19. Mini Projects • Generation side findings • Plant loading optimization • Boiler fan optimization • Exhaust head improvements • Better management of self generation vs. purchased power • Improved deaerator utilization

  20. Harvest Time • The Energy Information System (EIS) has been an essential tool to help us reach our goal of: “One Powerhouse for Kodak Park” Collectively these efforts have yielded savings into the millions of dollars.

  21. Case Study – Codelco • Five Operating Divisions (Chuquicamata, Radomiro Tomic, El Salvador, Andina, El Teniente), • Each full mining/metallurgical complex (mining, concentrators, smelting, refining, leaching, solvent extraction, electrowinning, utilities, and maintenance)

  22. Radomiro Tomic Architecture

  23. Teniente Mine/Concentrator

  24. Projects • Water Management • Environmental Regulation • Asset Management • Troubleshooting • Operating Effectiveness • Energy Management • Inlet Vanes • Utilities (Power, Steam, Air) • Trading/Power Purchase

  25. Lessons Learned • No BIG BANG – 1000 little bangs • Continuous Improvement Process • Combined Capital and Intelligence Operation • Infrastructure Approach – Remove Infrastructure from Projects • Lowers the Cost of Curiosity

More Related