Jim Till, P.E.

18-Oct-2018, 4:00-4:30PM

 
Session: Four Industrial Approaches to Apply & Save

Track I | Industrial Energy Management


Chiller Optimization Program

Jim Till, P.E.
Sr., Principal Engineer
Johnson & Johnson




James Till is Sr. Principal Engineer, Energy and Utility Systems for Johnson & Johnson, Engineering and Property Services.Jim is responsible for the development of utility system programs that are focused on reliability, safety and energy efficiency. These programs are part of J&J’s overall plan to reduce CO2 emissions by 20% by 2020.Jim supports infrastructure projects in the Consumer, Medical Device and Pharmaceutical business units worldwide.

One program, Project COLD, focuses on optimizing chiller plants to reduce the cost to generate chilled water by 30 to 40%.What makes the program unique is it includes a clear methodology to upgrade and continuously monitor J&J’s central utility plants, and to use remote experts to coach operators on how to maintain the system optimized.This program is focused on the top 60-manufacturing plants at J&J worldwide and is 60% complete.Full completion will yield $13MM/yr in savings and all implementations have an IRR of at least 15%.

Jim joined Johnson and Johnson in 1991 and has over 30-years experience in the engineering design, project management, procurement and operations of buildings that support R&D, manufacturing and workplace environments.

Jim is a licensed professional engineer in New Jersey and holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering with Rutgers University.

 


 

Track: I Industrial Energy Management | Session: Four Industrial Approaches to Apply & Save

 

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