Our all-e industry approach

An overview of external and internal sources.

Sources:

  1. Hydraulic Institute, 2022. EPRI Sees Energy Savings in Pumps.

    “That is not so surprising. Pumps account for 25 percent of all electricity consumed by industrial electric motors (and more than 50 percent in some pumping-intensive industries). While pumps are a mature and efficient technology, they are often operated inefficiently.”

  2. Grundfos calculation based on data from “European commission, 2018. Ecodesign Pump Review” report and EEA, 2020.

  3. Our World in Data, 2020. Sector by sector: where do global greenhouse gas emissions come from?

  4. Hydraulic Institute, 2023. Energy Efficiency.

    Pump systems may account for 40% of industrial energy usage, but they don’t have to..”

  5. Grundfos case. Industrial cooling: Reducing energy costs by 70%.

  6. Grundfos case. Water reuse turns wastewater into a resource at surface treatment plant.

  7. Grundfos case. Soft drink manufacturer lowers energy costs by 45%.


  8. Science Based Targets, n.d. Companies take action.


  9. Grundfos, n.d. Grundfos becomes world’s first water solutions company with approved net-zero Science-Based targets

  10. Grundfos case. Energy-efficient, less complex with remote monitoring.

  11. Grundfos case. One small change in boiler feed level control, one massive change for the better. 
  12. Grundfos case. Soft drink manufacturer lowers energy costs by 45%.

  13. Our World in Data, 2020. Sector by sector: where do global greenhouse gas emissions come from?

  14. Grundfos calculations. Maximise your energy savings and reduce operating costs with an energy check | Grundfos

  15. Grundfos calculations. Optimisation services | Grundfos

  16. Grundfos calculations. Grundfos Machine Health | Grundfos