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190K Yearly Savings with Galooli’s Smart RMS Solution

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Small recurring events tend to turn into large operational expenses. Decrease your OPEX exponentially by pinpointing these causes ahead of time.

In Galooli, we provide the best solutions catering to the needs of corporations and companies that need to operate their assets from afar.

Check out the following case studies to discover how much money you can save with Galooli Power’s RMS solutions.

Total potential savings in a year based on these case studies: $191,800

Want to learn more? Contact us today.

Case study 1: Generator is running while the grid is available

The implications of a working generator while having an available grid are endless: excessive fuel consumption, air and noise pollution, additional generator maintenance etc.

Blue — Grid available

Orange — Generator running

From the graph above, we see that the generator had been running for almost 12 hours while the grid was available. Assuming this event repeats just twice in a year, expenses can run more than $75,000* for such oversight.

With Galooli’s generator management solution, alarms and notifications are configured to alert you of such inefficient power usage out-field and prompts immediate remedy of the situation, saving thousands of dollars.

*Assuming 48 hours occurrence per site in a year for a network with 1000 sites.

Case Study 2: Air Conditioning Leaks

When heat gets into a cooled room, the air conditioner works twice as hard to bring the temperature back to its previous state. This consumes much more power and decreases the lifespan of the air conditioner.

Let’s look at a case where a door was left open at a site in Latin America.

Green line: Room Temperature

Purple: Door Open

Red: Air Conditioner On

When the door is open, the temperature of the room goes up dramatically.

In terms of electricity usage, AC load increases more than 20% just when the door is open. As seen in the graph below, AC load sustains a peak at 70kV in the time that the door is left open and continues to consume maximum electricity in the next 3 hours that follow the incident. This translates to more than 20% increase in the operational expenses due to a lack of simple monitoring.

Green line: Room Temperature

Purple: Door Open

Blue & orange line: AC Load

A 20% increase in consumption of electricity, can cost up to $116,800* in additional expenses.

With Galooli’s bottom line solutions, we offer you the ability to track and monitor such incidents remotely. Receiving system feedback in real time allows you to dispense time-sensitive instruction to maintenance teams to keep doors closed while they are still on the ground. The NOC also assures that doors are closed as you verify such accurate statuses via Galooli’s ZON Control.

*Assuming 1 hour every day per site for a year for a network with 1000 sites.