Process Management Principles for Increasing the Energy Efficiency

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Unformatted text preview: , while right-sizing probably represents Description Enablers Magnitude of Benefit Major barriers Level 0 Employee engagement Employee accountability 100% increase in employee engagement 5-15% cost reduction Changing social norm Level 1 Metrics on employee engagement Behavior audits Level 2 Project-based improvement Pareto charts, energy audits 5-15% cost reduction Level 3 Continuous improvement (ka5zen) Real-time feedback 5-15% cost reduction Level 4 Major improvement (kaikaku) Right-sizing 10% or more cost reduction Participation of operations managers Lack of business processes and/or measurement capability Meter cost, software development indifference Internal capital allocation processes Table 6.1: Maturity model for manufacturing process energy efficiency programs. Cost reductions refer to process electricity costs. and each level builds on previously achieved reductions. For example, the project-based improvement phase may reduce costs by an additional 10% after the employee accountability phase reduces cost by 10%, leading to an overall reduction of 19%. the greatest opportunity, it like...
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