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On-Demand Webcast: Energy Efficiency 2011
On-Demand Webcast: Energy Efficiency -- Watch this already recorded webcast to learn how develop cost-saving strategies.
Train Your Project Manager on Energy Efficiency -- Treating energy saving measures as project add-ons can help.
Train Your Operators on Energy Efficiency -- Provide them with the right information and listen to their ideas.
Train Your Plant Manager on Energy Efficiency -- Present your energy program in a way the plant manager can quickly comprehend.
New Energy Efficiency Standards Are Coming -- Government, industry and academia team up on program.
Creative thinking in your energy efficiency projects will give you the competitive edge during these tough times.
This quick poll asks the question: How much consideration does energy efficiency get when your site purchases motors?
Innovations Promise Better Energy Efficiency
The constant-speed approach to AC motors made a lot of sense when energy was cheap and drives technology was in its infancy. With their latest advances, adjustable speed drives can provide one of the best energy efficiency options for a plant.
Dow Corning Seeks To Increase Energy Efficiency, DOE Helps Out
Optimize Energy Costs, Part I -- Several petrochemical examples highlight energy efficiency.
Free software tools available through the U.S. Dept. of Energy can help junior engineers as well as experts achieve energy efficiency improvements.
Monitoring energy cost shouldn’t be a first or last step, but a continuous action.
New DOE report summarizes barriers to industrial energy efficiency improvements and some ways to tackle them
In an such agreement, the service provider pays for the project’s development, equipment, installation and ongoing maintenance and service costs while the operating company pays based on performance or energy savings.
Through strict efficiency manufacturers will be able to improve the bottom line.
Pay closer attention to energy efficiency and impose standards.
Current economic conditions arent quenching efforts to achieve energy savings.
The American Chemistry Council honors 13 of its member companies for implementing energy efficiency improvements.
Training Your Staff About Energy Efficiency A Chemical Processing Special Report
A plant-wide energy assessment can require large effort and resources but can yield better results than a narrower evaluation. It enabled a petrochemical plant to identify ideas for overall energy-efficiency improvements.
Consider using software tools that currently are in beta testing from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Manufacturing Office for solving energy management and efficiency issues.
It’s better to look at the entire pump operation rather than looking at only the motor or pump to improve energy efficiency.
Educate Your Peers -- Train your technical specialist on energy efficiency.