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Re: Energy P2



In addition to typical building shell type E2 (lighting, insulation HVAC), we've found that 
certain process E2 projects fit together well with P2 and save a substantial quantity of 
energy. Such as:

*   Prevention of steam condensate losses to the sewer;
*   Insulation of chilled tanks and process lines;
*   Reducing compressed air consumption;
*   Improving boiler efficiency;
*   Recovering heat from exhaust air;
*   Reducing power factor (i.e. capacitors) and demand shifting

Regards

Bruce

Bruce Taylor, P.Eng.
President
Enviro-Stewards Inc
1 Union Street
Elmira, Ontario
N3B 3J9

Phone: (519) 578-5100
Fax:     (519) 669-5002

www.enviro-stewards.com

On 11 Feb 2005 at 17:08, Nancy Larson wrote:

> 
> Greetings:
> 
> As P2 providers, what types of energy projects have you found to be the most useful for your 
> clients? If you have examples of efforts that did not work, I'd like to hear about those as well.
> 
> Thanks for your time and consideration!
> Nancy J. Larson, RS
> Director
> KSU Pollution Prevention Institute
> 7001 West 21st Street North
> Wichita, KS 67205
> 316/722-7721 ext. 104
> 800/578-8898
> www.sbeap.org
> NLarson@ksu.edu 
> 


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