Tailoring energy management packages to meet our client’s needs means getting the best result possible. We have a long-term relationship with many of our clients meaning benefits can be tracked, goals set and targets met over a number of years.
We have pulled together some case studies that demonstrate the breadth of activities we are involved in and the benefits our clients are experiencing.
Australian company Amcor has grown to become a global leader in flexible plastic packaging. And with six sites in Australia alone, it’s a significant consumer of electricity and gas.
Smart Power have saved Goulburn Valley Water around $1 million since their initial partnership began in 2013.
Smart Power provide Cardinia Shire with end-to-end invoice management, saving them time and money.
Once plagued by inaccurate bills from energy utilities, it consolidated its billing with Smart Power to strip out invoice errors and generate ongoing savings.
Smart Power has been with Westpac since 2007 helping it realise the dream of building a sustainable future where resources are carefully managed today to support future generations.
With 19 water corporations servicing communities throughout the state, the Victorian water industry needed an electricity management solution that was flexible, wide-ranging and future-facing. Vic Water engaged Smart Power to develop a strategic plan and five-year rolling price forecast for the industry.
Orora Beverage Cans’ plant at Wiri has had an energy efficiency make-over after a group-wide energy audit by Smart Power found it to be the site most in need of some fine tuning and new energy efficient technology.
Working with Energy Select (the procurement brand operating under the Smart Power umbrella), Eden Park Trust was able to restructure its electricity and gas contracts.
In 2011 Smart Power approached Repco New Zealand regarding expanding their services from procurement and invoice verification to also include account management and bill payment.
Back in 2009, Smart Power, was engaged by Linton to undertake an energy audit of its swimming pool. The audit identified that large annual savings of 350,000kWh and 822,000 kWh could be realised if the pool covers were used at the end of each day.