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".....Since the installation of PowerKureTM
, we have realized electric bill reductions of $36,000. Furthermore, unlike the past, we have not experienced any power sags, surges or brownouts. PowerKureTM
has performed as specified and will be a profitable energy saving addition to any facility."
Richard McCollin, Plant Engineering, Ford
"...I appreciate the service and efficient follow up you and your staff have provided to us on the project. Famous Players Inc. is pleased with the equipment, results, and service. It is our intention to install your equipment in our recently completed theaters throughout the country and to include your equipment into famous players Inc. Standards for new construction."
Robert G. DeWolfe CET,MChE,CD National Facilities Manager, Famous Players Inc.
"The predicted savings of the PowerKureTM
system before implementation was approximately $6,600. With the actual savings of $16,500, one can see that the system exceeded expectations by 2.5 times. With these savings, and the cost of the system at just over $27,000, the resulting payback period is approximately 1.65 years.
Mike Schmidtler, P.Eng, General Manager, Pipe and Standard Products, Lafarge Construction Materials
"…Other than the reduction in energy bills, the maintenance of the motors and other electrical equipment at our facility has been significantly reduced."
Xavier Joseph, President, Narroflex
"…We saved the capital cost of increasing the size of our transformer, and showed significant savings in power usage. I would recommed your services to any significant user of electricity.
Andrew M. MacDonald, Vice President and General Manager, Torcad Limited
Based on the tests carried out on site and both the calculations from PowerKureTM
and our independent calculations it appears that the savings to be realized will actually be higher than those utilized in the projected payback analysis; thereby yielding a faster payback than anticipated.
H.H. Angus & Associates Limited, Consulting Engineers, per Husky Injection Molding