Energy conservation should be considered as the wise and efficient use of the available energy for achieving maximum activities with productive work and profitability. Thus the conservation does not mean the curtailment in energy-use at the expense of the industrial and economic growth. It means the efficient utilization of energy resources ensuring the same level of economic and industrial activity with less inputs of energy. Sakthi Projects is one of the leading power/energy saver in Coimbatore,Tamil Nadu. We are well equiped in energy/power saving equipments in Coimbatore,Tamil Nadu.
Energy efficiency is achieved when energy intensity in a specific product, process or area of production or consumption is reduced without affecting output, consumption or comfort levels.
Energy conservation has become the catch word of every body, starting from the Government bureaucrats, technocrats to even general public. All concerns are thinking about the conservation of energy but only a few are conscious about the same. The whole gamut of energy related problems of Economic and Social Infrastructure of our societies now demands and deserves urgent, cogent and incisive consideration and attention for the improvisation of the present proactive of the consumption of energy, especially the Electrical Energy.
Under such circumstances, although the Government is expected to take measures to increase generation, the consumers also owe responsibility to utilize the energy conservatively and most judiciously. The optimum use of the electrical energy not only results in cash savings, but also improves the economy of the country substantially Thus there is urgent need for Energy Management and control, which ultimately concludes with the practice of Energy Conservation.
Why Energy Conservation?
Reduction in Natural Resources
Rise of Energy Demand
National Policy for Energy Security
Consciousness for Quality Life
Postpone zero availability date of Energy Sources for Future Generation
Electricity Used for…
Motion (motors consume 70%)
HVAC (heating, ventilation and. Air Conditioning)
Process Power Management
|Power||1 KVA to 750 KVA|
|Energy Consumption||20 to 30%|
|Working Temperate||15 deg C -60 deg C|