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“Saving is the second profit,” says the irrefutable thesis of a market economy. In energy-intensive industries, where the share of energy consumption in the cost of production is five percent or more, the “second profit” will be calculated with sums with many zeros. But how to find this “second profit” if, it would seem, there is nothing to save on?
Practice shows that most enterprises have the potential for energy saving, however, neither the management nor the energy service of the enterprise can independently find and realize this potential – specific knowledge and equipment are needed. Continue reading