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DOE EnergySavers Announcement



Greetings: 

Industrial manufacturers seeking to gain a competitive edge now have a new resource full of rapid solutions for cutting energy costs. 

The U.S. Department of Energy has launched a new Web site, Energy Savers for Industry Plant Managers and Engineers (www.energysavers.gov/industry), that offers a wide array of tips, practices, information, and software tools that, when implemented, can have immediate savings impacts on energy use in your facilities.

Features of the site include:
	20 ways to save energy now on combustion, steam, and process heating systems
	Case studies of other manufacturers who have successfully implemented energy saving programs and projects
	Steps to develop an energy management action plan
	Software tools to identify energy saving opportunities in industrial systems
	Information on plant energy assessments and technical assistance

Reducing your electric and natural gas bills can directly affect profits, and boost your company's bottom line. The Energy Savers for Industry Plant Managers and Engineers Web site (www.energysavers.gov/industry) will help you get started today!

The development of the Energy Savers Industry website was a joint effort between DOE and our Industries of the Future partners.  We thank all industry reviewers of the website for their contribution and input.

Buddy Garland
Program Manager
Industrial Technologies Program
US Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy



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