ENERGY BOOST? NO PROBLEM
The environment for power generation companies is becoming increasingly challenging: changing fuel prices, demand constraints, tightening environmental controls and the entry of renewables into countries' energy matrices are combining to put pressure on margins.
As a result, operational excellence becomes a priority challenge, as conventional technology companies will continue to be major players in the energy supply mix for decades to come.
As a core factor in driving profitability, our focus is on ensuring the implementation of optimized operation and maintenance systems that ensure cost-effective performance and availability.
- • Operations management system.
- • Alignment of energy supply with regulatory agency requirements.
- • Fulfillment of operational and financial goals.
- • Optimization of income and profitability.
- • Reduction of fines for non-compliance with the established supply.
- • Maintenance scheduling and management model, with standards and repair routines.
- • Follow-up and control system of spare parts lifespan cycle, repairs and warranty claims.
- • Fuel process control model.
- • Reduction of scheduled and unscheduled downtime.
- • Better use of the lifespan of spare parts and critical equipment.
- • Reduction of heat rate as a result of the control of transportation processes and fuel consumption.
- • Inventory categorization and replenishment model.
- • Warehouse control system.
- • Evaluation of suppliers.
- • Balanced inventory, reducing critical excesses and shortages.
- • Increased inventory reliability.
- • Increased supplier service level.
Organizational Management and Architecture
- • Design of organizational structure aligned with the strategy.
- • Expenditure rationalization model.
- • Increased productivity and optimization of personnel costs.
- • Results-oriented culture and strategic objectives.
- • Culture of expense austerity.
“The new methodology of continuous follow-up ensures the continuation of the results in the medium and long term.”