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Energy produced and consumed calculation in SAP

Hello,

We have a captive power plant which generates electricity for the usage in the Plant in the down times. There is certain amount of power being supplied by electricity board and rest being produced by the power plant.

We have energy meters in plant and cell wise, which reads the power consumed.

I want to map this in SAP so that the same power cost can be taken to manufacturing cost for the product. I need to know power consumed unit wise and post that in SAP.

How can I map this.

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    Posted on Mar 01, 2013 at 07:06 AM

    Hi

    Create characterstic for power consumed unit by t-code CT04.

    Crete meauring point for energy meter by t-code IK01.

    enter the energy meter reading by t-code IK11.

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    Posted on Mar 01, 2013 at 07:08 AM

    There is an option to capture the Electricity consumed based on business units, you can create measuring points & create measurement documents on daily basis.

    To capture the cost of manufacturing which includes electricity as well, you can map overhead cost for the Production Order with some % of total hours for that Production order, you can capture this electricity cost.

    For this, from FICO side, Costing sheet should be defined.

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  • Posted on Mar 01, 2013 at 09:00 AM

    Hi ,

    Take power as a material and then show the consumption for eg issue to cost ctr where you want to capture this cost .

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