Australian Safety Engineers is highly regarded in the WA business community. Their passion for excellence shows in everything they do and is evidenced by their hard working and dedicated team of professionals. Specialising in sales and service for fire, rescue, breathing and high pressure equipment used commonly in heavy industries such as local government, defence, mining and oil and gas.
Australia Safety Engineers (ASE) was approached by a number of solar power providers. During a process of discovery with them, the management team at ASE was referred to Infinite Energy by a business with whom it has regular dealings – Eilbeck Cranes, another of Infinite Energy’s clients in both solar power and electricity. Through consultation, Infinite Energy determined that many recommendations had been put to management at ASE and that making a clear case on the best way forward was necessary.
Working closely with ASE’s M.D. Infinite Energy made a specific system size recommendation to maximise the opportunity to reduce energy costs and obtain the best investment returns for the proposed exercise. Through the process, ASE’s management was able to make their own informed decision and satisfy themselves that the course of action being taken was the best one.
It is with great pleasure that Infinite Energy were afforded the opportunity to work with ASE who, like many other businesses in WA have seen the opportunity that solar power represents and afforded itself energy cost security in the process.
|Company||Australian Safety Engineers|
|Installation Date||09 / 2015|
|Industry||Manufacturing, Engineering & Transportation|
|Solution||Solar Power System - System capacity 39.78 kW|
|CO2- e. Abatement Per Year||50 tonnes|
|CO2 Equivalent Reduction||201 trees saved per year|
|Energy Output Per Year||66,600 kWh|
|Solar % of Consumption||42%|
|Grid Electricity % of Consumption||58%|
|Projected Payback Period||3.1 years|
|Year 1 Return on Investment||32%|
|10 Year NPV||$56,900|