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It has never been easier to save energy and reduce your carbon footprint! Energy optimization of compressed air is low-hanging fruit for most industrial companies. Just do it!

Anders Sjögren,
CEO Enersize

Most opportunities to implement long-term sustainability impact take a lot of investment and change of behavior but if you have followed this thread of newsletters you know pretty well how Enersize can help you to get started with changes that really matter to our climate. Optimize your compressed air system! In the EU alone we could shut down around ten CO2 emitting power plants corresponding to 40 TWh.

Easily said, less easily done? This is exactly where Enersize’s Compressed Air Services come in. At Enersize we focus all our efforts on streamlining and making things easy. We are fully dedicated to servicing you with state of art technology in a way that gives you flexibility and insight. No proprietary stuff, no hidden catches. Pure savings and black and white numbers on your earnings.

We always follow the three-step model we have developed, and you start with performing an Xray on your compressed air system. With that, we will equip you with everything you need to continue the journey towards an optimized compressed air system. Even if you are on the other side of the world, the Xray will be undertaken the same way by our partners with Enersize’s experts performing the data analysis for you, ensuring that we can maintain the same high quality no matter where we work.

If you did not know it, optimizing your compressed air system is usually paid back within a year. Try to beat that!

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