Energy Saving

The industrial sector consumes the most energy in any given country. Among the most energy-intensive industries are aluminum, mining and steel.

The industrial energy cycle begins with electricity and other types of fuel supplied to a manufacturing or processing plant from an offsite power plant with electricity distributors. This energy, then flows to a central energy generation utility system and is distributed immediately for direct use.

Throughout the manufacturing process, energy is lost due to machinery inefficiencies as well as mechanical and thermal limitations. Just by limiting the wastage of these existing systems contributes to significant energy and cost savings to any organization.

DSC Engineering incorporates by design, energy saving features into each and every solution we provide. Our key considerations when undertaking any projects include safety coupled with the efficient and optimal use of energy which provides sustainable long-term solution to clients.

As a testament of our commitment in providing energy saving solutions to our clients, we emerged as one of the finalists for the Best Green Initiative Award organized by SOBA.






Black box is all you need to start saving energy.

Energy saving means reduced productivity.

Is not the time for energy saving. It’s a bad economic climate!


Every site is different. Therefore, energy requirement and the type of prohibitive issues also varies. Active energy management requires monitoring, analysing, controlling systems and processes to save energy. It is an on-going active cycle.

Energy efficiency is the easiest way for organisations to increase short and long-term cost savings. With the latest tech, it is entirely possible to make energy consumption visible and manageable.

Definitely not! Energy saving is all about using the least amount of power for maximum amount of output.

3-Step Process

With this in mind, DSC has long devised a 3-Step Process to guarantee significant cost and energy savings to any industrial plant.

Step 1: Monitor

Validate and understand utility data.

Step 2: Analyze

Accurate Metering
Energy audits, power quality audits
Identify peak energy demand that drive-up post
Provide data to negotiate lower energy cost

Step 3: Control

Implement energy efficiency initiatives

Optimise operations