Deli 24’s Voltage Optimisation Project Results in Annual Savings of £26K

Reducing energy consumption

Situated in Milton Keynes, Deli 24, a distinguished food manufacturer recognised for its application of High-Pressure Processing (HPP) Technology, has recently achieved substantial financial and environmental gains. Through the successful execution of a Voltage Optimisation Project by Powerdown220, Deli 24 has generated an impressive annual savings of £26,730, reflecting a 9.83% reduction in energy consumption. This accomplishment underscores Deli 24’s dedication to sustainable practices and highlights the measurable advantages of adopting innovative solutions within the food processing industry.

Deli 24’s Commitment to High-Pressure Processing:

Renowned for its commitment to quality through the implementation of High-Pressure Processing (HPP) Technology, Deli 24 sought to address energy efficiency concerns across its operational machinery while maintaining stringent quality standards.

Identifying Energy-Saving Opportunities with Fixed-Speed Motors:

Recognising the use of fixed-speed motors in Deli 24’s machinery – Powerdown220 identified a significant opportunity for energy reduction. The ensuing analysis revealed that the optimisation of these fixed-speed motors presented an ideal avenue for implementing the Voltage Optimisation Project.

The Voltage Optimisation Project:

Voltage optimisation, a strategic approach to regulating and optimising incoming electrical supply, was implemented once our technical installation team undertook a full site survey. The aim was to reduce energy consumption on-site, without compromising operational efficiency. 

Quantifiable Success:

The tangible outcomes of the Voltage Optimisation Project are noteworthy. Deli 24 now enjoys an annual savings of £26,730, equating to a substantial 9.83% reduction in energy costs. The project demonstrates an impressive payback period of 21 months, affirming its financial viability. These accomplishments underscore Deli 24’s commitment to fiscal responsibility and environmental stewardship.

Environmental Impact:

Beyond financial gains, Deli 24’s proactive approach to energy efficiency has resulted in an annual carbon reduction of 16,608 kilograms. This meaningful contribution aligns with Deli 24’s overarching commitment to minimising its carbon footprint and embracing environmentally responsible business practices.

Looking Forward:

Deli 24’s successful integration of the Voltage Optimisation Project serves as a strategic model for industrial entities seeking to strike a balance between financial prudence and environmental responsibility. As global attention shifts towards sustainable practices, Deli 24’s commitment positions it as a leader in both financial and environmental considerations.


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