A word from Nick Whyte, Whyte Citrus CEO
Whytes Citrus experienced constrained margins due to high monthly electricity costs.
The impending Eskom tariff increases, and more approved for the next 3 years.
1. A changed tariff structure, to purchase electricity at cheaper rates seasonally.
2. Consolidated electrical supply points:
Buy cheaper electricity in bulk.
Form consolidated generation centre, reduced Capex and Opex .
Consolidated demand profile for reduced maximum demand costs.
Eliminated admin and service fees by closing unnecessary accounts.
3. Installed solar PV system to supplement the electricity supply at a favourable ROI.
Active energy management! Shifting anytime loading - such as pumping - outside of peak, expensive electricity hours.
Tariff savings, demand savings, solar savings, load shifting savings, and a better understanding of how to manage energy effectively!
Consulting Case Study: Whytes Citrus
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