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Faced with cheaper imports from overseas economies, UK manufacturers are under pressure to reduce their input costs and increase investment in innovation, automation and new business models, in order to stay competitive and compliant to regulations. Our experience and innovative energy solutions enable us to help you improve margins, lower production risk and build a more competitive, sustainable future.
Read how industrial manufacturing organisations are building competitiveness and sustainability with distributed energy solutions
A landmark agreement between steel and mining company, ArcelorMittal, and Europe’s leading Demand…
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To remain competitive, industrial manufacturers need to invest in new technologies, automation and new business models. By taking advantage of new energy technologies, you can drive greater efficiency, reduce operational costs and capture new sources of revenue.
Minimise production downtime to meet production quality and timescales. By implementing an effective energy strategy and adopting new energy technologies, you can enhance resilience to power outages and prevent the costs of lost output.
By having a flexible and scalable energy strategy, industrial manufacturers can achieve growth and support innovation, while also being sustainable and achieving environmental compliance.
Industrial manufacturing organisations are already maximising the value of their energy assets to improve cost efficiency and achieve carbon emission benefits.
Highlight opportunities to improve energy usage and efficiency. Identify equipment failures to safeguard production timescales and quality.
Reduce energy costs and carbon emissions in manufacturing facilities where you have combined heat and power requirements.
Store energy in low demand periods and use it during high cost peaks, or sell it back to the grid to generate new revenue streams.
Generate value from your on-site energy assets by supporting the grid and use this revenue to invest in automation and new business models.
Reduce energy use and optimise your production performance to improve production quality.
Reduce wasted costs and energy use across your manufacturing sites through more efficient lighting technologies.
Articles that will inform and support energy decisions within your industrial manufacturing organisation.
How new energy strategies can maximise your energy assets’ value and drive competitive advantage
How your energy strategy can protect against outages whilst meeting quality targets and just in time…
Research published by Centrica Business Solutions has identified the opportunity for the UK…
Our new report explains what it means to be a more economic and environmental business that is sustainable and future focused, and the steps you can take to start your journey.
We researched over 1,500 businesses and energy decision-makers in large organisations across 10 countries in 7 sectors to understand the experience businesses are having, how they are adapting to these changes and the changing role of energy.