Case Study: Cummins - From Goals to Greatness
Type: Case Study
Categories: Energy Efficiency, GHG Emissions, Industrial
Date Published: 9/21/2018
Source: Cummins Incorporated
Primary Topic: Energy Efficiency
"We joke that we sort of did it backwards, but it worked." This case study from the Alliance for Industrial Efficiency explores the approach taken by Cummins Incorporated in setting energy efficiency goals and then making them happen.
Since their first GHG and energy reduction goals in 2006, Cummins has set, met and re-set efficiency goals, saving about $40-$50 million a year on energy through increased efficiency.
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