Energy Cost Saver
For the Australian Red Meat Industry
Welcome to the Australian red meat industry’s energy cost saving tool. This tool will expedite the cost benefit analysis of proven, viable technologies and increase adoption to save on your energy costs, improve energy security, and reduce emissions.
This tool is free for everyone to use once you register – if you submit details for a project suitable for equipment financing or specific equipment, you may receive further information on some options available to you.
After you have logged in with your name and email address, select your facility type above to get started.
The producer modules will help you design a solar PV and battery, or electric vehicle solution to transition your pumping power to 100% renewable energy, and greatly reduce your diesel costs. This will save you money, protect against future fuel price increases, and reduce emissions on your farm, improving local air quality.
The feedlot modules will help you design solar PV, Li-ion, and biomass boiler solutions for your feedlot. This has potential to transition all power and thermal fuel usage to renewable, saving money, reducing emissions, improve air quality, and secure your energy supply.
The processor modules will help you design a biogas reciprocating engine for your CAL that is currently flaring gas, a biomass boiler, or solar PV. This will greatly save on power costs, and transition to cheaper, cleaner, green steam. Energy from waste and biomass will also improve energy supply security and reduce emissions.
Meat & Livestock Australia acknowledges the matching funds provided by the Australian Government to support the research and development detailed in this publication.
This is an MLA Donor Company funded project. This publication is published by Meat & Livestock Australia Limited ABN 39 081 678 364 (MLA). Care is taken to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in this publication. However MLA cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of the information or opinions contained in the publication. You should make your own enquiries before making decisions concerning your interests. Reproduction in whole or in part of this publication is prohibited without prior written consent of MLA.
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- Third parties such as where an opportunity for equipment financing or specific equipment exists that is suited to the information submitted.
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