New opportunities for Kimberly-Clark with Demand Response

Kimberly-Clark, one of the world’s leading producers of personal care products, has managed to reduce energy consumption by 500kW at its Canadian plant in Huntsville, thanks to a Demand Response programme developed by EnerNOC

Taking advantage of downtime has really helped us organise maintenance procedures. We did this with an ‘empty wallet’ approach, without having to invest other resources to make these operations more efficient

Anthony Magistrale

Electrical Engineer - Tissue Manufacturing, Kimberly-Clark, Hunstville

When I look at the numbers it’s pretty simple: the payments we receive not only compensate for, but actually outweigh, our downtime costs

Anthony Magistrale

Electrical Engineer - Tissue Manufacturing, Kimberly-Clark, Hunstville

We are examining options for energy auditing to identify potential new improvements in energy efficiency

Anthony Magistrale

Electrical Engineer - Tissue Manufacturing, Kimberly-Clark, Hunstville

OK
OK