Every facility needs a water pump to lift or transfer the water from one location to another. Normally, we purchase the pump from dealer to match our flow and head requirement. Most of the times while buying new pump, our main deciding factor is cost of the pump .We don’t pay the attention towards its efficiency and energy cost. It has been observed that many facilities install the pump with additional margin (double or triple) of flow and head. This is where we start losing our energy cost. In such case, energy efficient pump will also not give you the savings because of its operation at low efficiency point This is why it is important to know your flow and head requirement and design the pump accordingly. In energy audit of pumps, PowerTech Energy Solution helps you to design and select the pump as per system requirement

Utility Wise

• Cooling Tower Pumps
• Condenser Pumps
• Chilled Water Pumps
• Domestic or Raw Water Pumps
• Borewell Pumps

Sector Wise

• Industries
• Commercial Buildings
• Hotels, Malls, Theatres
• Residential Buildings


• Site visit of the plant

• Identification of water pumps which can be audited

• Approval from client for audit

• Energy audit of identified water pumps – It includes measurement of actual water flow, head, power consumption, study of piping system, etc.

• Preparation of audit report with cost benefit analysis

• Presentation to the plant personnel about saving potential and way to implement the project

• Submission of proposal to implement the energy saving project based on Capex and Opex (BoT) model

• Approval from client to implement the project

• Implementation of project

• Monitoring and Verification of savings


• ZERO investment for energy saving projects (No financial Risk)

• Guaranteed Energy Savings (No technical risk)

• ZERO maintenance cost (Additional saving along with reduced bills)

• Earning through % energy savings

• Reduction in CO2 emission

• Enhance working creativity by replacing old system with new energy efficient system

• Contributes sustainability and energy security

• Use of funds for business growth rather than expenditure on energy saving projects