The Industrial Systems Program’s four components cover a plant’s entire industrial energy efficiency cycle, from planning through improvements to follow-up.
Stage in which energy management opportunities are identified.
Perform energy audits in the plant.
Take advantage of Hydro-Québec’s support for analysis.
Stage at which upgrades, major retrofits or projects involving new technologies are carried out.
First implement management, housekeeping or operational measures with a payback period of less than a year that can be defined under the Electricity Consumption Analysis component or the Electricity Management Systems component.
Take advantage of Hydro-Québec’s investment support.
Stage at which to choose the significant energy uses for which to monitor the impact on electrical energy efficiency of measures implemented, in accordance with your priorities.
Implement an energy management process.
Implement systematic electricity management practices that foster a culture of energy efficiency and generate ongoing electricity savings by means of operational control.
This component has been withdrawn from the Industrial Systems Program and replaced with the new Technology and Commercial Demonstration activity.