Demonstrating an Optimized Steam and Hot Water System at the Sun-Maid Raisins Facility
This project will demonstrate an optimized hot water and steam system to reduce GHG emissions at a raisin production facility.
This project will replace the existing, oversized boiler and steam lines with hydronic water heaters, hot water distribution lines, and point-of-use steam generators at the Recipient's raisin production facility. By implementing these technologies at a large food processing facility, this project will demonstrate the potential for distributed hot water and steam systems to reduce GHG emissions, energy consumption, and operating costs at similar food processing facilities.
This project is expected to reduce GHG emissions by approximately 410 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent per year and nitrogen oxide emissions by approximately 400 pounds per year.
Key Project Members
Skyven Technologies, Inc.
Sun-Maid Growers of California