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Jaguar Land Rover

Energy management and low-carbon generation

The challenge

Veolia is committed to helping customers reach their sustainability targets. To provide the essential electricity and heat to support vehicle production, as well as reducing energy consumption and carbon footprint, the key goals were to:

  •  Deliver low carbon energy
  •  Guarantee essential utility supply
  •  Create energy cost savings

 

The solution

Veolia is an energy specialist who analyses customer need to ensure a guaranteed supply of sustainable, efficient energy is delivered with budget certainty.

In 1995, Veolia combined heat and power units were installed to improve energy efficiency at two of Jaguar Land Rover’smanufacturing sites in the Midlands.

Veolia has 11 CHP plants delivering low-carbon electricity and heat to the Castle Bromwich and Solihull production sites.

The Veolia Eco2Synergy scheme enables cogeneration with no capital outlay or risk. The units are supplied, installed, operated and maintained by Veolia at no cost. Electricity generated is sold at a discounted price.

Benefits include reduced electricity costs. Waste heat recovered from the CHP plant provides further savings on industrial heat, heating and hot water.

Value delivered

Veolia helped Jaguar Land Rover to deliver reliable utilities to their production facilities and reduce carbon emissions. In addition to securing low-carbon energy supplies, the Eco2Synergy scheme provides significant cost savings and zero risk.

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