Saving energy and improving air quality
Following an audit of the production plant’s energy use, Siemens together with Coca-Cola defined several energy-saving measures. In particular, new fans and heat recovery from high-pressure compressors were installed. This has led not only to substantial energy savings, but also to improved air quality within the buildings and to quieter operations, which has enhanced the quality of life for the surrounding residential areas. In addition, Siemens upgraded the existing building management system to the Desigo CC platform, facilitating continuous optimization of the production plant’s energy use.
“We are very satisfied with how the project went, seeing how the implemented measures are paying off in a short time. Now, we look forward to continuing to develop the project to achieve even greater efficiency gains,” said Kim Hesselius, property manager at Coca-Cola European Partners in Sweden.
“Our energy and performance services are based on a strategic
approach, utilizing value-stacking to exploit the full potential. This ensures
we deliver a positive impact right from the start as well as in the long term
for the entire organization,” said Peter Halliday, global head of Building
Performance and Sustainability at Siemens Smart Infrastructure.
For years, Siemens and Coca-Cola have collaborated on property
automation. Now, they are looking into supporting CCEP’s net-zero target goals