Demand Management, Energy Efficiency, GHG Emissions, Industrial - March 1, 2016
Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Advancing Industrial Energy Efficiency 2000-2015
This report from Energy Star details progress made by industrial plants through the program's certification process.
Inside this report, you'll learn how, since the U.S EPA expanded the program to the industrial sector in 2000, Energy Star has engaged more than 30 manufacturing sectors, partnered with nearly 800 companies and developed numerous tools to advance strategic energy management. According to Energy Star, more than 36 million metric tons of greenhouse emissions have been avoided by industrial plants earning certification. What's more, 60 trillion Btu of energy have been saved by plants achieving Energy Star's "Challenge for Industry" program.
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