Energy optimization for the future

Energy optimization means using the right amount of energy, at the right time. By pinpointing energy consumption, companies can often reduce energy consumption without negatively affecting the process or final product.

Soon, two earths will be needed

Since 1970, our lifestyle has required more resources than our earth can give us. At this time, Global Footprint Network’s studies show that we need 1.7 earths. When we use too many resources, our planet cannot handle our carbon dioxide emissions, which contributes to global warming.

“We help manufacturers with energy optimization. Basically, it is about working in a smarter way.”

2/3 of the world’s carbon dioxide emissions come from energy consumption

A major part of global warming is derived from how we live as a society, today. The International Energy Agency (IEA) reports that our energy consumption contributes approximately two thirds of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions.

80% of energy consumption is based on fossil fuels

Today, energy consumption is primarily based on fossil fuels, such as coal, oil, natural gas and peat. Fossil fuel is the biggest source of carbon dioxide emissions, which contributes to global warming. We have to reduce the use of fossil fuels.