Case Study

Indian Tailor saves $40s with ISO 50001

Raymond Limited, an Indian textiles company and tailor. With a capacity of 45.28 million meters in wool & wool-blended fabrics, the company commands a 60% market share in suiting in India and ranks amongst the first three fully integrated manufacturers of suiting in the world.

Raymond Chhindwara is a Designated Consumer (DC) as per the norms laid down by the Ministry of Power under the Perform Achieve Trade (PAT) scheme, and hence compliance to this scheme is a mandatory requirement. Under this scheme the plant was given the target to reduce its consumption by 4%.

The company used certification to ISO 50001 to control its energy performance, which it managed to reduce by 9.81%. This resulted in an annual energy cost savings of Rs. 2,550,000 (US$40,000).

Further information is available in this factsheet on the Clean Energy Ministerial website.

 

Indian Tailor saves $40s with ISO 50001

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