A power factor correction business case, sometimes referred to as a proposal, or site evaluation, articulates a clear path to an attractive return on investment as result of power factor improvement and reducing/eliminating related utility costs.
Check out a sample business case: Sample Business Case.pdf
Because power factor correction is a complex issue, our business cases are carefully built. Orpical Energy power factor business cases document and examine benefits and risks involved with both taking the action (installing power factor correction equipment) and, conversely, not taking the action. Orpical Energy business cases always present a compelling argument for why installation of corrective equipment makes sense for two main reasons:
- We do not build business cases for businesses who have an existing good power factor (0.90 – 1.0)
- We do not build business cases for businesses who are not being penalized for power factor
Often the business case for green investment projects is not made immediately clear, or worse: built with a layer of deceit. This understanding is why Orpical Energy strives to first build documentation of existing poor power factor—in areas where power factor is billed for directly—then, demonstrate easily predictable, measured savings for client approval and satisfaction.