In 2016 pitt&sherry merged with KMH Environmental to form a multi-specialist engineering and environment consultancy, achieving intelligent outcomes and sustainable solutions for industry, government and communities. They’ve been doing this for over 50 years.

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About pitt&sherry

In 2016 pitt&sherry merged with KMH Environmental to form a multi-specialist engineering and environment consultancy, achieving intelligent outcomes and sustainable solutions for industry, government and communities. They’ve been doing this for over 50 years.
 

pitt&sherry Solutions

pitt&sherry offers a unique blend of technical, engineering and business skills to deliver long-term and measurable resource (energy and water) efficiencies across your business and property.
Rising energy and water costs are impacting the performance of every business today.
Analysis of available ABS data in the manufacturing sector undertaken by the Australian Alliance to for Energy Productivity (A2EP) suggests that a saving of $1 in energy cost (net of project cost) is equivalent to between $13 and $18 of sales at the factory gate. What is the energy cost impact on your bottom line?

Ask yourselves… Are you maximizing your energy input to improve your bottom line?

No matter what your industry, chances are that it costs a lot more to sell your products / services than it does to invest in energy efficiency initiatives, to have the same result on your bottom line.
pitt&sherry provides expert energy, greenhouse gas and water management strategies to commercial, industrial and public sector clients throughout Australia. Their dedicated team of energy and water experts work with you to develop clear management and implementation strategies that can be applied in the most cost-effective manner.
pitt&sherry's energy and water team specialise in:
  • Developing efficiency and productivity action plans for water and energy
  • Conducting energy audits consistent with AS/NZS Standard 3598:2014
  • Designing, developing and implementing Energy Management Systems in accordance with ISO 50001
  • Identifying energy and water saving opportunities and developing business cases for energy and water efficiency initiatives according to your business needs
  • Identifying the right energy mix for your business, building or process:
  1. Grid energy
  2. Renewable energy
  3. Stored energy
  4. Waste to energy
  5. Heat recovery from waste water and process
  • Project managing all energy and water efficiency implementation plans and projects specific to your goals
  • Planning all project, procurement and implementation phases and removing client side risk
  • Selecting technical equipment and designing process improvements
  • Measuring and verifying your post-project results according to accepted industry methodologies
  • Identifying relevant funding and financial assistance programs and streamline the application process for funding proposals
  • Developing risk mitigation and management strategies through performance guarantees

The direct benefits are:

  • Reduced operational and energy and water consumption costs
  • Benchmarking and improving energy and water productivity
  • Hedging against future electricity price increases
  • Preparation for current and future regulatory reporting (NGER, CBD, NABERS etc.)
  • Improved performance through Corporate Social Responsibility reporting
  • Optimisation of energy and water management and monitoring.
For both energy and water, pitt&sherry takes a holistic view of your efficiency opportunities. Their energy and water efficiency project model is unique and applies a process of continuous improvement through a repeatable six-step process. The needs of pitt&sherry's clients are at the forefront of all they do. 
pitt&sherry delivers business improvement and productivity gains through resource efficiency. 

Key Contacts 

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Robert Nicholson | Technical Director, Energy Services

Robert Nicholson, technical director of energy services for KMH, has an in-depth understanding of the energy efficiency and sustainability sectors, with over 14 years of senior business management and development experience in the energy efficiency and building services industries both in Australia and abroad. Leading a team of expert and experienced consultants and engineers, Robert is an advocate for energy efficiency and has worked with a number of government, large industrial and commercial clients to develop and implement cost-effective management projects and strategies in energy management, efficiency and productivity. Robert's key areas of interest include the development of energy efficiency and energy productivity strategies and their respective business cases to improve the competitiveness of Australian business through better energy utilisation.

 

 

Related PROJECT

pitt&sherry Saves LaserBond Facility 125,000 kWh with Lighting Upgrade

Key Outcomes

  • 125,209 kWh per annum in energy savings
  • 1,500 energy savings certificates (ESCs)
  • ROI of 2.4 years
  • 120 tonnes of CO2 emmissions offset per annum

pitt&sherry (incorporating KMH Environmental) was commissioned to undertake an assessment of the energy savings opportunities at LaserBond’s Smeaton Grange facilities. The initial assessment focused on opportunities within their buildings services, where their factory lighting was an obvious choice.

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pitt&sherry and Apple and Pear Taking a Bite Out of Energy Costs

Potential Outcomes

  • 200,000 MWh per year reduction in energy usage
  • Offset 225,000 tonnes CO2-e per year
  • $25.5 million in savings for the industry per annum

pitt&sherry (incorporating KMH Environtmental) has partnered with Apple and Pear Australia Limited (APAL) to successfully win an Energy Efficiency Information Grant (EEIG) project under the Commonwealth Government’s Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism.

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pitt&sherry Saves LaserBond Facility 125,000 kWh with Lighting Upgrade

Key Outcomes

  • 125,209 kWh per annum in energy savings
  • 1,500 energy savings certificates (ESCs)
  • ROI of 2.4 years
  • 120 tonnes of CO2 emmissions offset per annum

pitt&sherry (incorporating KMH Environmental) was commissioned to undertake an assessment of the energy savings opportunities at LaserBond’s Smeaton Grange facilities. The initial assessment focused on opportunities within their buildings services, where their factory lighting was an obvious choice.

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pitt&sherry Board Agenda: The Energy Uplift

Boards today have an immense role. There are few easy answers when faced with changeable, complex and diverse shareholder expectations. Ultimately, corporate performance tells the story.

 
What if there was one simple, easy way of improving multiple aspects of corporate performance?
 
Would you, as a Board member, investigate?
Boards today have an immense role. There are few easy answers when faced with changeable, complex and diverse shareholder expectations. Ultimately, corporate performance tells the story.
 
What if there was one simple, easy way of improving multiple aspects of corporate performance?
 
Would you, as a Board member, investigate?
 

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