Manufacturing is one of the most energy-intensive operations in the U.S. According to ENERGY STAR®, the U.S. manufacturing sector consumes about one-third of the energy used in the United States and contributes about 28 percent of all U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. Energy is a significant, controllable expense for most manufacturers, and energy efficiency is a direct way to reduce this cost while limiting greenhouse gas emissions.
Whether making steel, processing cranberry juice, or bagging potato chips, there is great potential for improving energy efficiency. We offer technical expertise to help you identify energy-saving measures that may apply to your industrial processes:
- Review energy use to see if there are opportunities to improve efficiency
- Conduct an audit of your operations to evaluate efficiency, including compressed air and steam systems
- Recommend ways to integrate energy efficiency into Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) policies
Mass Save experts understand the importance of reliability and productivity at your plant and want to help you use energy efficiency opportunities to take those aspects to the next level — all while saving you money.