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‘Simple Measures and Actions’ Produce 43% Energy Saving at Coca Cola Norway

A preventive maintenance program at Coca Cola Enterprises Norway has cut energy costs 43%, while delivering production efficiency of 93%, according to Industry Today. When Coke Norway built a new factory in 2012 and switched from returnable to recycled bottles, it expected to see energy consumption increase. However, “by streamlining the collection and analysis of data, we could focus on simple measures and actions to achieve results—such as better ventilation, turning off machines that were not in use, and extinguishing the lights,” said André Nilsen Ibenholdt, the company’s head of utilities and facilities. “Simplicity and speed are crucial, as the system relies upon employees reporting even the smallest of errors and providing updates on maintenance activities.”

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