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  • The same is true for processes that are not efficiently designed and produce thus procedural detours or duplication of effort. In the current debate the effects to be achieved through more streamlined and thus more efficient processes in the production not the necessary attention while still find this aspect is increasingly gaining importance and process optimization to make an integral part of energy management. 4. There must be found a sensible balance between energy efficiency and productivity: to initiate energy management only a reduction of energy consumption would a condensed look at the requirements in practice. Because of the consumption of energy and production efficiency are in a close relationship.

    So it makes as little sense to focus if this creates negative effects on productivity on a possible strong reduction of energy costs. Rather to create this, a reasonable balance. The energy management systems cannot accomplish this, but they need for complementary MES (manufacturing execution system) and systems of TPM (total productive management). 5. the companies will devote themselves only gradually to reduce energy consumption and avoid big bang solutions: complex energy management systems require a significant planning and organizational capital expenditures. Such comprehensive restructuring most companies want to avoid be realized instead successively measures. The first steps will it include, to create the conditions, because it represents the ultimate basis for all plans to improve energy efficiency for energy data management.

    As well, it is necessary to implement a measure management can be used for automating the optimization processes in the early stages. This means that after the implementation again energy data of initiatives to reduce consumption is obtained. Lead the launched incomplete measures automatically further improvement to satisfactory results, according to the principle of the control loop, until the desired energy efficiency was achieved. FELTEN group: The FELTEN group is an internationally operating software and consulting firm that develops solutions to optimise processes for all production areas and according to international quality standards. Clients include Beiersdorf, Boehringer Ingelheim, Symrise, Sensient, Texas instruments, etc. FELTEN has become the first supplier the holistic and process-oriented production intelligence approach. The company is present except in German-speaking Europe in the United Kingdom, France and Singapore. Think factory groupcom Wilfried Heinrich Tel. 022 33 / 61 17 – 72 fax 022 33 / 61 17 – 71 Pastorat str. 6 50354 Hurth