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Sevmash is heading for energy efficiency

19.02.2018

The experts of GCE-Energo are going to conduct an energy audit of the main production site in Severodvinsk and two subsidiaries in Yevpatoria and Adler.

The energy audit is performed in three stages:

  • Data collection
  • Visual inspection and instrumental measurements
  • Data analysis and summary

The legal framework of the project is Federal Law No.261-FZ as of November 23, 2009 «On Energy Saving and Energy Efficiency».

Registering the energy performance certificate in the Ministry of Energy and delivering the final reports to the client is scheduled for December 2018.

Based on the energy audit findings, the experts of GCE-Energo will develop the Energy Conservation Program to improve energy efficiency of PO Sevmash, JSC, one of the largest shipyards in Russia.

Reference: GCE Group is one of the worlds’ leading consultants in energy efficiency working independently of power equipment manufacturers. GCE has been providing services to enterprises using various types of energy resources: electrical energy, heat, steam, solar energy etc. Clients include major companies from oil, gas and other industries.

PO Sevmash, PJSC (a subsidiary of United Shipbuilding Corporation, JSC) is one of the largest shipbuilding complexes in Russia occupying the area of more than 300 ha. Over the years of its operation, PO Sevmash, JSC has delivered to the Russian Navy 132 nuclear submarines, 41 diesel submarines (of which 6 are completed) and 45 ships.

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