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First EnergieInnovationsPreis.NRW – top award goes to Crespel & Deiters

Crespel & Deiters GmbH & Co. KG was awarded  the first EnergieInnovationsPreis.NRW (EIP.NRW) by the sponsor, environment minister Johannes Remmel, on 29 June 2016 in Dortmund. The EnergieAgentur.NRW intends this new award to recognise companies that can demonstrate successful, innovative projects in the field of energy management systems.

“Crespel & Deiters’ submission demonstrated that an energy management system yields successes for climate protection and makes economic sense. Furthermore, the tool embodied throughout the entire organisation. 200 employees are trained annually on the subject of energy,” praised Johannes Remmel, Ministry for Climate Protection, Environment, Agriculture, Conservation and Consumer Protection of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia.

from left t right: Mr Schreiber, Dortmund Chamber of Commerce general manager, Mr Hense, Dr Christoph, environment minister Remmel, Mr Schneider, Energy Efficiency Agency Duisburg

Crespel & Deiters has not just begun to place great emphasis on energy management since its certification to ISO 50001. Obtaining starch is an energy-intensive process and so our operations have included systematic energy management for many years. The structure of Crespel & Deiters’ concept impressed by showing that an integrated view and evaluation of energy use results in long-term resource optimisation. Recording relevant users of energy in the production process makes potential savings apparent. For example, it was possible to accurately calculate and document the energy savings achieved by overhauling the two high capacity water boilers. But laying the cornerstone more than 20 years ago by meeting production power and heating requirements through combined heat and power (CHP) won great recognition.

Crespel & Deiters has not just begun to place great emphasis on energy management since its certification to ISO 50001. Obtaining starch is an energy-intensive process and so our operations have included systematic energy management for many years. The structure of Crespel & Deiters’ concept impressed by showing that an integrated view and evaluation of energy use results in long-term resource optimisation. Recording relevant users of energy in the production process makes potential savings apparent. For example, it was possible to accurately calculate and document the energy savings achieved by overhauling the two high capacity water boilers. But laying the cornerstone more than 20 years ago by meeting production power and heating requirements through combined heat and power (CHP) won great recognition.

For further information, visit: http://www.energieagentur.nrw/energieeffizienz/eipnrw

June 2016