A family owned business with a proud Perth tradition, Pacific Nylon Plastics saw an opportunity in the refurbishment of its premises in O’Connor to improve the way it did business internally.
Upon an assessment of its energy existing cost structure, Infinite Energy demonstrated how solar powering the business would reduce power use and cost.
Both Infinite Energy and Pacific Nylon Plastics took their time to fully understand the power consumption profile of the business and ensure the solar system was appropriately sized. This ensured Pacific Nylon Plastics struck the right balance and invested in a solar system to best suit their needs, whilst avoiding overcapitalising. Infinite Energy’s unique financial modelling approach and in depth understanding of the energy market, facilitated the best choice.
Pacific Nylon Plastics, which manufactures equipment for the marine industry, is now set up for the next phase of its development in the WA marine industry.
|Company||Pacific Nylon Plastics Australia|
|Installation Date||08 / 2014|
|Industry||Manufacturing, Engineering & Transportation|
|Solution||Solar Power System - System capacity 20.4 kW
|CO2- e. Abatement Per Year||26 tonnes|
|CO2 Equivalent Reduction||96 trees saved per year|
|Energy Output Per Year||33,700 kWh|
|Solar % of Consumption||44%|
|Grid Electricity % of Consumption||56%|
|Projected Payback Period||3 years|
|Year 1 Return on Investment||29%|
|10 Year NPV||$26,300|