Over-the Air Upgrades
The manufacturing and industrial sector consumes about 32% of the energy produced in the United States.
The average manufacturing facility spends about $1,000,000/year on electricity.
In a 2019 survey conducted by the International Society of Automation, half of respondents reported downtime cost them 6% of their production capability, while a third responded that it cost them over 10%.
The average cost of downtime in manufacturing is about $260,000 per hour.
Manufacturing facilities spend up to 20% of their electricity budget on lighting. Switching to LED lights generally cuts that in half, and adding smart controls increases savings by another 25%.
HVAC accounts for 25% of energy consumption in industrial buildings.
Often referred to as the “4th Utility”, compressed air typically represents 20% of a facility’s annual energy costs.