The Mission: Reducing energy use for multiple benefits

June 2009
Electrical & Automation Technology;Jun/Jul2009, p10
Trade Publication
The article presents information on Mission Estate winery's energy reduction program in Hawke's Bay. The entry notes that the winery achieved the lowest Energy Benchmark (EB) of 0.11 kilowatthours per liter (kWh/L) among 24 wineries in New Zealand through winery design and operation, and its ISO 14001 certification. The section cites that Mission Estate was able to lower its capital cost and line chargers by using a 200 kilo-volt (kV) transformer, metal halide and fluorescent lamps and operating two brine systems for the brine tank temperature.


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